g.m.mcadams at comcast.net
Wed Apr 1 12:41:05 PDT 2009
14.196 is not out of US allocations.
14.147 maybe but not .196
Unless the caller is not an Extra or Advanced. Yeah I know, our band
slices for various licensees are very
confusing, even to us, so how could we expect anyone else to understand
So, if you were telling W and K's to go away when you were in our phone
band, you lost
a lot of Q's
73 Gary WG7X
Glenn Wyant wrote:
> That " might " have been me , I was on 14196.8
> After a dozen or so W's had called me and I had wasted time
> telling them their error, I got tired of that and just make a quick qso.
> Not my fault they strayed to low.....
> Glenn VA3DX
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Doug Renwick" <ve5ra at sasktel.net>
> To: "'W0MU Mike Fatchett'" <w0mu at w0mu.com>; <cq-contest at contesting.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2009 1:06 PM
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] ETHICS
>> I get the same feeling that integrity is gone. Let me share an example
>> from the last WPX test, although minor, shows a disturbing mindset. A
>> very well known VE contester was running on 20m well outside the US
>> band. A US station called him outside his band and the VE station gave
>> him an exchange and continued. I would have told the W station that he
>> was out of the band and that I can not work you here. I also doubt it
>> very much that the VE contester didn't know what frequency he was on.
>> IMO I get the feeling that many, many rules are broken during any
>> contest ... it seems now to be a way of life. As Mike says 'win at any
>> I'll run the race and I will never be the same again.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> Integrity in the sport seems to be waning with an emphasis on winning at
>> any cost.
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