[CQ-Contest] Monitor Your Steam Out - save some for the Contest !

Jukka Klemola jpklemola at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 13:28:53 PDT 2011

Tjänare Mats !
('Yo Mats !' for the English reading audience)

Returned from traveling.

Reasonable, responsible or how one would put it.

It is to play by the country's own rules.
I do not know any country allowing more than 1500W.

About Russia, maybe the limit is below 1500W.
Maybe also in Sweden and many other countries.

What comes to CQ WW CC, there is an internal email thread on the subject.
Maybe it will output a change to 2012 rules.
Maybe not.

One of the enigmas is where to measure the output power?
As a wannabe humorous Finn, my expression is something like the output
is measured at the output.

Jukka OH6LI

2011/10/14 Mats Strandberg <sm6lrr at gmail.com>:
> Jukka.
> Can you as a member of the CQWW CC specify what you exactly mean with the
> expression "amplifier at reasonable level"? Is that 1.5 kW for US stations,
> 1 kW for OH and UA stations or something else?
> RA/SM6LRR, Mats
> 2011/10/14 Jukka Klemola <jpklemola at gmail.com>
>> Hello Everybody !
>> It is most refreshing to see sentiments building up right before the CQ WW
>> SSB.
>> I hope a great majority will have an adequate level of Steam left for
>> the Contest itself !
>> Keep your act, head and amplifier at responsible levels.
>> 73,
>> Jukka OH6LI
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