[CQ-Contest] Working dupes
Bob Naumann - W5OV
W5OV at W5OV.com
Thu Feb 2 08:11:54 EST 2006
I have not heard of any contest robot that *does not* work as N6TR
Until one exists that behaves otherwise, I think it is safe to assume that
they all work like this.
This model has become the de facto "standard". It makes sense. It's a good
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Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2006 5:59 AM
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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Working dupes
--- Tree <tree at kkn.net> wrote:
> If the QSO shows up in both logs at some point - there can't be any
> NIL deductions. Essentially what the software has to do is count the
> first "QSO" as the dupe.
>From what I understand (which may be wrong), this
applies only to the "robot" that Tree knows about.
There is nothing keeping anyone else from writing their own that treats it
There is a Cabrillo spec. There is no Cabrillo Robot Spec, fwiw. It is
best to ask for each event for which you participate.
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