[CQ-Contest] Very Slight Type Corrected- S/O and S/O (A)
n3bb at mindspring.com
Tue Jun 3 17:31:41 EDT 2008
From Randy Thompson:
"Here is your assignment. Propose new rule wordings for single op and single
op assisted that are simple, easily understood/translated to multiple
languages, will be widely accepted by the contest community, and makes it
clear what the difference is between assistance and not assistance. Oh, and
it needs to apply equally for SSB, CW, and RTTY."
Operates the amateur radio equipment alone. All reception and transmitting
is done in accordance with the contest rules and the rules of his/her
licensing authority. No logging, receiving or alerting assistance of any kind
is allowed including external spotting, arranged schedules, or any decoding
devices other than natural human capability may be used, except for RTTY,
where "non-human ear" decoding of incoming signals is allowed if the
decoding is done within the usual bandpass of the receiver.
Single Operator Assisted
Same as Single Op except the use of receiving or alerting assistance may be
used including external spotting, as well as decoding devices other than
natural human capability.
Jim George N3BB
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