[CQ-Contest] Really QRP?
w9sz at prairienet.org
Tue Nov 8 07:55:32 EST 2005
Heehee - maybe a new addition to the exchange, too?
Monitoring power could wreak havoc in the ARRL DX contest for the DX
stations: "But you sent '100'. Your web interface says you're running 95
Maybe the DX would have to change the power sent each time as
fluctuations in the power level occurred?
73, Zack W9SZ
On Mon, 7 Nov 2005, K6VVA - Contester wrote:
> Ev, W2EV, wrote
> > Wouldn't it be cool if (some day) logging software
> > interfaced directly with the final amp and reported
> > actual RF output to an Internet web page during the
> > process of real-time score reporting?
> My thoughts for several years have been that an all-Internet based
> contesting system could monitor connection speeds, and instead of QRP-LP-HP
> categories, there would be something absolutley verifiable like:
> 1. DU (Dial-UP)
> 2. DSC (DSL-Cable Modem)
> 3. HSB (High-Speed Broadband)
> Umh, maybe add one more:
> 4. BPL
> (cough, cough :-)
> Rick, K6VVA
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