[CQ-Contest] RDXC updated FAQ - Remote operation

Tom Osborne w7why at frontier.com
Tue Mar 1 14:19:56 PST 2011

Hi Doug

Getting on the honor roll is now a lot easier than it probably was when you 
got on it.

I did some checking and in 1961 there were 131 honor roll hams.  Now, 
according the the ARRL site, there are 35 pages of honor roll hams.

Come to the shack, turn on DX Summit, see if the DX is on.  If not, go back 

If they are on, computer tells me which frequency, which mode, where they 
are listening.  If I call long enough, I'll probably get them.

I've got DXCC here, but just enough to get into the WVDXC.  For the rest of 
the ones I've worked, (around 300), not all that interested in going any 

Lots different now than it was in the 50's :-)  73

> Maybe everyone should tear down their antenna farms, sell all radio and
> related equipment and DX over the internet.  Because this is the direction
> where DXing and contesting and communication (i.e. Skype) is headed.
> Doug

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