[CQ-Contest] NAQP multi-2 strategy

Stan Stockton wa5rtg at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 12:51:57 EST 2012


Take the same operation that goes on in a successful M/2 operation in  
a DX contest, including two rigs at each station, skimmer, etc.  Turn  
off the amplifiers and you are ready to go.

Stan, K5GO

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On Nov 29, 2012, at 9:07 AM, John Unger <w4au at verizon.net> wrote:

> I am thinking of try M/2 in the NAQP in January. I've read over the  
> rules, which seem pretty straightforward and understandable, but  
> what I don't know is the best general strategy to follow.
> The trivial approach seems to be to have each transmitter on it own  
> band at any one time and then just operate like a SO for at least 10  
> minutes on that band; maybe passing mults to the other band if  
> needed. But how do the "real" M/2 stations operate in NAQP? You  
> don't have to give away an real secrets, of course, but just some  
> general ideas and strategy would help. I can imagine having other  
> ops just listening on "off" bands and putting mults on a bandmap and  
> then one of the transmitting stations going to that band (for at  
> least 10 minutes, of course) to work those new band/mults.
> tnx es 73 - John, W4AU
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