[CQ-Contest] 10 Meter Contest Rule Violations
wo4o at juno.com
Thu Dec 16 16:29:51 EST 1999
Is this like the law in some states whereby firecrackers *can be sold*
but they *cannot be bought*? Funny-strange stuff, actually
When the offending CQers are Dqed, this will send a strong signal.
When laws, rules, regulations are not enforced, what good are they?
For those who want these rules enforced, I suggest you collect evidence
against the offending station(s) (record the date, time, place of the
capture the identity of the offender in the act of the offense, etc.) and
formal protest with the contest sponsor and present the evidence, asking
for the offender to be DQed. There may be other steps in the process but
this is what comes to mind at the moment. (You can ask the contest
sponsor what would be considered acceptible evidence for DQ purposes
and what their proper protest procedure is.) That would be a start.
73, Ric - Wo4o
George, K5TR, said:
> You can not call CQ or solicit contacts in the 28.300-28.350
> range if you plan to submit a log to the ARRL.
> This does not stop folks from calling CQ in that range.
> It also does not stop folks from answering those CQing stations.
> Answering those stations is NOT against the rules of the contest.
> George Fremin III "I'm talkin' 'bout that outlaw X
> Johnson City, TX It's cuttin' through the air.... "
> K5TR (ex.WB5VZL)
> 830/868-2510 -- "Heard it on the X"
> geoiii at kkn.net -- ZZ Top
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