[CQ-Contest] CQWW impt notice: optional modification to cabrillo format
W0MU Mike Fatchett
w0mu at w0mu.com
Tue Nov 8 10:16:09 PST 2011
So a Multi/Single can break the rules and have their contacts removed
yet the other station gets to keep the contact even though the station
they worked violated the rules? So what is to stop the mult station
from running and just marking the non mults as zero pointers?
This sounds like trouble waiting to happen especially with some folks
who will stretch the rules to the max.
Explain to me how the mult station ends up working non mults?
J6M CQ WW DX CW Contest 2011
J6/W0MU November 21 - December 1 2011
W0MU-1 CC Cluster w0mu.net
On 11/8/2011 4:54 AM, kr2q at optimum.net wrote:
> I just received an inquiry (as shown below) and I thought it was worth posting here too.
> "We were M/S and find that we worked some non-mults with the mult station. What should we
> New this year for CQWW, you can now include a contact row in your cabrillo file that WILL NOT
> COUNT. This means the log checking will ignore this QSO for you, but will NOT ignore it for the
> "other guy." This way, YOUR log is clean AND the other guy does not get dinged.
> Edit your cabrillo output as follows:
> For ONLY the row (or rows) you want to be ignored, insert an "X" (no quotes" in front of the
> "QSO" portion of the row (no spaces).
> So a row that originally look like this:
> QSO: 7011 CW 2009-11-28 0000 KT3Y 599 5 YU1LA 599 15 1
> Should be modified to look like this:
> XQSO: 7011 CW 2009-11-28 0000 KT3Y 599 5 YU1LA 599 15 0
> For M/S, also note that you should change the "Transmitter ID" (last column) from "1" to "0"
> For full details (video) of the entire CQWW 2011 update, go to:
> And THANKS again to the PVRC for hosting this.
> de Doug KR2Q
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