[CQ-Contest] M/S 10 Meter Contest - Question for Entrants

Bob Naumann - N5NJ n5nj at gte.net
Tue Dec 18 21:48:09 EST 2001

I have to admit that I don't really like multi-single very much, but what
we're describing here is basically multi-2: on 2 modes - not bands.

Multi-single is supposed to, at least from the view at the receiving
antenna, appear to be just one transmitter with a bunch of guys sharing the
operating chair.

If you want to work guys on both modes at the same time, petition for a new
multi-2 class.

If you don't, all those guys who have a ball operating at a single-op
station won't be even close.

I'm also disappointed in the "ruling" on the definition of multi-single for
this contest.  It goes against all other precedents that are close to this
situation, like in IARU for example where multi-singles do have a 10 minute
rule that does apply to mode as well as band changes.

Bob N5NJ

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