[CQ-Contest] Defining CQ's Operating Time
w2ev at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 22 21:58:21 EDT 2006
If the term were defined, then programmers could code
to address it. Unfortunately, it appears to be a rule
without a meaningful definition. There are several
such rules, so it is in good company. :)
--- "Gerry Treas, K8GT" <k8gt at twmi.rr.com> wrote:
> Except that for logging, your time doesn't start
> until the first QSO in
> the log. Then after that listening time counts.
> There is no present
> way to log listening time prior to first QSO, at
> least with computer
> 73, Gerry K8GT
> Rex Maner wrote:
> >For ARRL contest its Listening time in SS to be
> counted as operating time.
> >Read the rules.
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Ev Tupis" <w2ev at yahoo.com>
> >To: "CQ-Contest eMail Remailer"
> <cq-contest at contesting.com>
> >Sent: Friday, September 22, 2006 2:09 AM
> >Subject: [CQ-Contest] Defining CQ's Operating Time
> >>Since this is a CQ-sponsored list, I would like to
> >>a CQWW question. Based on the document found at
> >>URL: http://www.cqww.com/WW%20Rules%202006.pdf
> >>In Section VIII, there is a reference to requiring
> >>single operator stations to operate for 12 hours.
> >>Based on a recent posting to this list where a
> >>can park on 10-meters and "wait for the band to
> >>I wonder...
> >>How is the term "operate" defined and "operating
> >>calculated for the purposes of meeting this rule?
> >>Ev Tupis, W2EV
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