[CQ-Contest] CQWW Multiplier Station
km0l at tfs.net
Tue Oct 26 22:25:54 EDT 1999
As long as you are not taking contest credit for a SSB contact in a CW
contest there should not be anything wrong with soliciting contacts on SSB.
As long as the actual contact for contest credit is made on CW in the CW
This does seem to be a waste of time tho- a serious contest station would
be better utilized making CW contacts instead of making skeds with SSB
73 de K0OU Steve in KC
> From: Henry Heidtmann <n4vhk at summitschool.com>
> To: cq-contest at contesting.com
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] CQWW Multiplier Station
> Date: Tuesday, October 26, 1999 12:31 PM
> Hans Brakob - K0HB wrote:
> > Hey, everything that *I* didn't think of first is "against the spirit"
> > the rules. So long as all the contacts are CW, there is nothing in
> > the rules against this idea.
> > Hokey, yes...... illegal, no.
> > 73, Hans, K0HB
> I have to disagree, Hans-
> The rule states that you cannot operate outside your category for the
> If your category is CW, that means CW. Operating SSB during a CW contest
> operating outside your "category" and hence, "illegal" according to the
> of the contest.
> "All entrants must operate within the limits of their chosen category
> performing any activity that could impact their submitted score."
> FWIW, I think comparing this situation to packet is indeed a stretch.
> But hey, whatever loads ur plate.... ;-}
> CU all this weekend from the illustrious Zone 5.
> Henry, N4VHK
> W4WS M/S
> Winston-Salem, NC
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