[CQ-Contest] Help w/ Logging

Bob Naumann - N5NJ n5nj at gte.net
Wed Dec 17 14:08:28 EST 2003

If there is no log to prove that he's "Not In Log", the qsos would stay.

The problem arises where there is a log for the station claimed, but the qsos are not confirmed in the log.

Therefore, they are by definition NIL or, "Not In Log".

From: "Dale Martin" <kg5u at hal-pc.org>
Date: 2003/12/17 Wed AM 09:51:36 CST
To: "CQ-CONTEST" <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Subject: RE: [CQ-Contest] Help w/ Logging

That seems unfair.

What about when W4ABC works a bunch of stations (SSB, CW, or Both), but
doesn't submit a log at all?

What happens to the stations he worked?  Do they get similarly assessed?

dale, kg5u

> Mike, I think you mis-understood the question.
> If W1XYZ makes 4 SSB QSOs, but doesn't submit them with his "CW"
> log, then
> the four stations who worked W1XYZ on SSB will get NILs for those
> QSOs.  He
> *must* include them in his log.
> 7 3- Jim AD1C

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