[CQ-Contest] Blind Mode for N1MM Bandmap
k7zd at qwest.net
Sun Oct 24 16:29:39 PDT 2010
It's so obvious. No one is saying technology isn't a great thing.
Many of us are just simply saying don't care to compete against using
the "ears" of others to find mults, etc. Why all the acrimony?
Comparing the advance of electronic keyers, contest logging SW, etc
isn't relevant to this discussion. Doesn't matter if you have a
"Superstation" or dipole. The OP is still doing the work of finding
the Good Stuff.
For the average contester like me, I have just as much "fun" as the tech
guys doing it myself (altho when I have very limited hours
available due to family issues and may do assisted next weekend).
Helps the club total score, and that's a good thing. Right? GRIN
Seems like this will never end.. I hope at least in the major 'tests
they keep a clean unassisted category. If not, so be it. I can't
imagine wanting to spend precious "chair time" competing against
folks who have 25 mults before I even hit the air..
Sorry if I offended the easily offended!
73, Gary K7ZD
On 10/23/2010 4:10 PM, VR2BrettGraham wrote:
> There is a big difference between the operator somehow finding out
> himself that there is energy on some frequency& figuring out what that
> energy might be by himself, compared to being told somehow that there is
> energy on some frequency& any suggestion to him about what that energy
> might be...
> It is absurd to have a competition based on something that folks clearly
> do not see the same. This discussion is about subverting the rules as
> well as fleshing out where the line is so as to not cross it. All
> depends upon your interpretation of what that competition is about.
> The root problem is blatantly obvious. The disease continues to go
> 73, ex-VR2BG/p.
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