[CQ-Contest] SO2R investment.
MARTIN MONSALVO LW9EUJ
lw9euj at ciudad.com.ar
Sun May 28 15:53:41 EDT 2000
Refer to N6TR message. You'll see you don't need big bucks. You can take
advantage of this technique by using inexpensive transceivers and/or
Consider you have an average contest station: let's say you invested US$
15,000. You can enjoy SO2R with a little extra US$ 600-1000 = 4% to 6,66%.
----- Original Message -----
From: Gilmer, Mike <mgilmer at gnlp.com>
To: 'CQ-Contest' <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Friday, June 02, 2000 8:56 AM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] SO2R investment.
> >I guess the thing that bothers me
> >most about SO2R operation is
> >the fact that it provides a small
> >reward for a major cash investment.
> >Depending on your current SO1R
> >station configuration, you need about an
> >extra 100% to 200% increase in
> >cash investment to convert to SO2R, which
> >will increase your score just a few percent.
> The major cash investment at
> most competitive stations is
> not in the radio(s), but
> in the antennas.
> If this is not true at one's
> station, then investing in SO2R
> is probably a waste of money.
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