[CQ-Contest] [NCCC-blue] Thursday NCCC practice

Chadd Knowlton chaddkn at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 7 12:06:04 PDT 2010

two dumb questions: 
1) You guys have probably done this before and probably have some implicit rules.  For instance, I assume I have to work another station between the dupes.  In other words, I can't just camp on a frequency with DanWa and give exchanges at 100 wpm for 30 minutes.  Is that right?
2) Okay, I should just wander around on the web and find this answer, but I figure one of you will know it off the top of your head.  Where in N1MM can I tell it to allow dupes?

-Chadd KK7S
> Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2010 21:16:20 -0700
> To: nccc at contesting.com; nccc-blue at kkn.net; cq-contest at contesting.com
> From: kenkeeler at jazznut.com
> Subject: [NCCC-blue] Thursday NCCC practice
> Thanks for the input on NCCC-Blue, for suggestions on several 
> formats which we will rotate through until the next Ladder (when is that?)
> So this week, Thursday, Oct. 8Z, 0230-0300Z, four bands 
> 160-20m, DUPES OK! 100w, 1 Khz. qsy, mults count on all bands.
> That should provide unlimited QSO rates for the hot-shots.
> In future weeks, we'll probably drop 20m from the mix. But band 
> planning is always part of any contest, including NS, so stay tuned.
> N6RO
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