[CQ-Contest] Two Single operators, one club call sign

Mike Fatchett W0MU w0mu at w0mu.com
Fri Mar 4 07:58:31 PST 2011

I think what he was asking is if it was possible to run two single band 
entries using the same club callsign.  I see many issues with this.  I 
believe using separate calls is the only way to do this.

On 3/3/2011 11:03 PM, w5ov at w5ov.com wrote:
> Yes.
> This is called "Multi-Two" or "Multi-Operator, Two Transmitter".
> Here's what you "mist" (sic):
> 2.3.2.Multioperator, Two Transmitter:
> maximum of two transmitted signals at any given time, on
> different bands.
> transmitter is limited to 6 band changes (maximum) in any
> clock hour. Unused band changes from radio one may not be transferred to
> radio two.
> clock hour is from zero through 59 minutes.
> changes are defined so that, for example, a change from 20
> meters to 40 meters and then back to 20 meters constitutes two band
> changes.
> of the 6-band change rule or improper logging will
> result in an entry reclassification to the Multioperator Multitransmitter
> class.
> transmitters may work any and all stations; the second
> transmitter is not limited to working new multipliers only. However, a
> station may only be worked once per band regardless of which transmitter
> is used.
> of the two transmitters must keep a separate, chronological
> log for the entire contest period.
> Cabrillo log must indicate which transmitter made each QSO in
> this category.
>> Contesters,
>> Just wandering about this one:
>> Is it possible for two single operators, lets say one SO on 40 meter and
>> the
>> other SO on 20 meter, to use the same club call sign during the upcomming
>> ARRL International DX contest?
>> I guess there could be some problems when submitting the logs to the
>> robot.
>> There is a good chance the robot will only use the last uploaded log and
>> disregard the log which was oploaded first since both logs are submitted
>> with the same call sign.
>> Can't find anthing in the rules about this one (yes, I have read all 3(!)
>> sets of rules on the ARRL website;-)) but I could have mist it.
>> Best 73,
>> Maarten PD2R
>> --
>> dldledememt
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