[CQ-Contest] UBN/Log disclosure (was: Re: RES: D4B QRT)
kd4d at comcast.net
Sun Oct 9 18:38:55 EDT 2005
In some contests, I enjoy competing without using the packet
clusters. I do not support removing my ability to do that
and to compete with stations who are also not using the
I am not in favor of eliminating the single operator categories
from the contests that I operate. Or, were you advocating
eliminating the use of packet clusters altogether by eliminating
the existing "assisted" categories and making all assisted
stations multi-operator again? I also do not support that.
Perhaps you wish to remove low power and QRP categories as well?
The same argument seems to apply...in fact, we also need to remove
the rules about obeying the terms of our licenses for power output
since that is also unenforceable. :-)
jukka.klemola at nokia.com wrote:
>> -----Original Message----- From: cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com
>> [mailto:cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of ext Braco
>> if you ask me i will remove unassisted category beacuse it´s
> I share this opinion. That is my personal opinion.
> If someone opposes, please explain why. Please explain how you can
> tell the rule has been followed.
> What if somebody sends in the assisted log but has not used any
> spotting network? ..I have done that when I saw very little chance
> for winning my category. So I won the world & made new EU record for
> the assisted category !
> Assisted category is history already now, whether the contest
> sponsors publicly admit that or not.
> Some contests show that now. They are the pioneers.
> I my opinion the spotting system User Interface better be really
> flawless, or it will slow the operator down and thus reduce the
> 73 Jukka OH6LI
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