[CQ-Contest] An evil reason behind fishy spots?

David Robbins K1TTT k1ttt at arrl.net
Fri Apr 11 20:59:36 EDT 2003

> Then there's KAOS (KG5U's Access of Service attack):
> I, in my contest QRPness, come on a big pileup.  hmmm...can't break
> log on to the local cluster with a bogus call, spot a much rarer
> say a YI 20 or 30 kHz up the band, and log off.  I re-log on as
> bogus caller, spot the YI yet again, log off. One or two more times,
> suddenly the pileup I'm wanting to break has broken itself and I step
> to
> make the Q and/or mult with the pilee (who is still wondering what
> happened
> to his pileup) and move on to the next QSO.

If you have time to do this to work one multiplier you aren't making
very efficient use of your station anyway.... or you are just a DXer in

David Robbins K1TTT
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