ve3dz at primus.ca
Thu Apr 2 10:58:39 PDT 2009
Exactly my point, Chad.
I am operating the Contest, not enforcing the other countries rules and
I would leave it for the appropriate people.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chad WE9V" <chad.we9v at gmail.com>
To: "Doug Renwick" <ve5ra at sasktel.net>; <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 02, 2009 12:04 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] ETHICS
> This brings up an interesting point. Is it really the VE's responsibility
> to know that every answer to his CQs is within their band or license
> Sure, this example is a little easier, knowing that US hams can't go below
> 14150, but what if he was on 14153 and a US general class licensee call
> him? Should he quickly evaluate every caller to see if they are approved
> operate on 14153? If you say "of course not", I ask you, what's the
> difference? In either case, the US ham is operating beyond their license
> class. Why is it the VE's responsibility to police him if under 14150 and
> not at 14153?
> Chad WE9V
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