[CQ-Contest] Speaking about power violations
kk at cg.yu
Sun Oct 29 20:25:58 EST 2000
I'd rather not make any specific accusations, but will freely claim that 3
out of 6 stations in top six EU are violating power regulations. If you need
a list of callsigns, don't hesitate to contact me. Maybe a pix too?
However, some guys are shrewd enuf, and have special permits for several
weekends to run as much as they can manage. If The Committee is gg to limit
HP maximum, there is a chance to have many nice Amps available for DX
market, since their owners will all become HONEST, all of a sudden. All they
needed was actually written limit in the rules.
Nice fairy tale.
One Anonymous Operator
> Following the thread about power violations one might be very
> interested = to take a look at the results of last year CQWW CW 1999.
> In 160 m Low Power SOSB Category we have a station which finished
> first in the world with 94 822 pts. This station comes from EU and =
> second European station in this category has 18 550 pts. The next EU
> stations = in this=20 category have close result to the second runner,
> but still 5 - 6 times = less than the "winner". This "winner" must
> have been operating with some very very big antennas ???? So, I could
> hardly believe a low power was used=20 to achieve a score of over 94 K
> on top band from Europe. =20 See you all from LZ5Z ( M/S) after 48
> hours. =20 de Wally LZ2CJ
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