[CQ-Contest] Speaking about power violations

Vladimir V. Sidorov eu1sa at belsonet.net
Tue Oct 31 15:08:24 EST 2000

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Îò: Gérard Parat <gerard.parat at detexis.thomson-csf.com>
Êîìó: CQ-Contest <CQ-Contest at contesting.com>
Äàòà: 31 îêòÿáðÿ 2000 ã. 13:45
Òåìà: Re: [CQ-Contest] Speaking about power violations

>One more question about power rules. In Europe, each country has its own
>regulation about power limitation. So, considering two stations belonging
to the
>"lower" and "highest" countries, are they competing in the same HP category
>I know there is is only in a few dB difference (i.e. 400W for Netherlands
>300W for Italy) but it would nice to collect info from all european
countries in
>a single table for statistical purpose.

BELARUS: usually 500 W for the A (top) class licence. A 1 KW permission for
major contests is obtainable.

"Walt", EU1SA

>P.S.: Antennas are still standing at F6BEE (formerly TM2Y) after wind storm
>73 Gérard f6fgz

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