[CQ-Contest] SKED

Randy Thompson K5ZD k5zd at charter.net
Tue Oct 23 00:38:59 EDT 2012

Hello Luc,

The concept of the Multi-Two category is very simple.  Two stations. Only
two transmitted signals at any time. Each station can have 8 band changes
per hour. 

There is no minimum time to remain on a band. You can make one QSO and then
QSY to another band if you want.


Randy, K5ZD

> -----Original Message-----
> From: CQ-Contest [mailto:cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of
> Luc Moreira
> Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2012 5:08 PM
> To: k5zd at charter.net; Contest Reflector
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] SKED
> 2012/10/21 Randy Thompson K5ZD <k5zd at charter.net>:
> > You can only have two
> > bands active at one time in the M2 category
> Randy,
> thanks for answer. I forgot to mention it, but all questions refer to
> M/2 category.
> I'm not sure what make one band "active". I searched for definition on
> rules, but I couldn't find it. I don't want to guess what it's right from
> top of my head. So, I have two more questions:
> - I suppose when I transmit on one band it becomes "active" (I mean no
> QSO made, just TX), and when I stop transmit on that band, it's no longer
> "active", that's right?
> - What is minimal time to be on "active band" before I make a new "band
> active"?
> PS. I'm aware about max 8 band-changes for each transmitter (It means
> Running) on clock hour.
> 73, Luc
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