[CQ-Contest] Moroccan Mystery
n6tj at sbcglobal.net
Thu Apr 5 19:31:03 EDT 2007
It appears that the 5D5A operation is the legitimate one. Apparently the
bogus CN3A posting is by a disgruntled ?? to further stimulate the
not-so-loving disagreements between the 5D5A (@CN3A site) Italian operators
and the Italian operators @ D44AC who are soon moving to the formerly
world-class D4B site.
Will we soon have a battle of Italian Kilowatts for world supremacy? (I'm
taking bets on that one!) Anyone for on-site inspections???
Isn't life wonderful?
Jim Neiger N6TJ
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Pruett" <k8cc at comcast.net>
To: "'CQ-Contest Reflector'" <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 8:55 PM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Moroccan Mystery
> Perhaps somebody can explain to me how this can be:
> CN3A 10221 1659 36 40,653,889 Ops: IK2QEI,IK2SGC,SV8CS
> 5D5A(@CN3A) 6197 1385 48 32,907,600 Ops: IK2QEI,IK2SGC
> How do three operators make 16000 QSOs with as two multi-single entries
> using separate callsigns from one station?
> The 5D5A entry appears in line with the other top M/S scores, but CN3A
> is over the top, and claiming only 36 hours operating time?
> It will be interesting to see how this one turns out when the
> logchecking is done...
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