[CQ-Contest] Counting DC as a Multiplier and Not as Part of Maryland.
xdavid at cis-broadband.com
Mon May 21 21:40:57 EDT 2007
I don't get it. How is that any different than any modest station
having to compete against a bigger one in their same state? What's so
special about DC (other than the original argument regarding it's legal
Steve Hanlon wrote:
> There is no incentive for Eric or any of the other residents of DC to
> get on the air for a contest if the competition is the whole of
> Maryland. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying Eric or the others in DC
> don't have big signals, but they can never compete with the larger
> stations in the same categories in Maryland. I applaud those that do
> operate from DC given the handicap they have to deal with in terms of
> limited station space.
> -Steve, WM3O - a proponent of DC as an NAQP mult.
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