MARTIN MONSALVO LW9EUJ
lw9euj at ciudad.com.ar
Tue Jun 6 18:30:28 EDT 2000
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Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2000 2:29 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Re:SO2R
> In a message dated 6/6/2000 10:00:31 Eastern Daylight Time, w7ti at jps.net
> > The two radio (or more) operator has a tremendous TIME
> > advantage over the course of a contest, literally HOURS more spent
> > than the one radio guy. That is the part of the playing field that
> > leveling.
> Get the second radio going, gain the tremendous advantage and beat the
> suckers in their own game!
> Or you wanna go back to straight key, single 807 and Windom?
> The playing field is leveled enough. What really needs fixing is the
> power, rotten signals, continental point advantage, packet use by single
> and HG1S type "clever" schemes of cheating. Lets do something about that,
> when done, then we can go and create zilions of categories to suit
> ********This is easy to eliminate, packet clusters are available even if
you are in the middle of the north pole, so unify single op assisted and
single op, sos everybody is allowed to use the latest technology and no one
cheats. This is a way to really level the playing ground .
And for those who wonder at how the HG1S cheats promote exchange rule
changes for CQWW to avoid this.It's easy nowadays, just a little imagination
and will to do it
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