[CQ-Contest] Understanding the dynamic error free RBN algorithm

Luc Moreira py8azt at dxbrasil.net
Sat Jul 20 16:52:29 EDT 2013

On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 10:24 AM, Marijan Miletic, S56A <s56a at bit.si> wrote:
> "For example in CQWW CW 2012 #1 in the world SOAB was CR3E (myself). While
> running I was spotted 1936 times, and #2 in the world was EF8M with 4534
> spots."

Maybe that means If you ID often you get more spots on RBN, but not
win the contest. Not surprising ID is been coming old fashion on
Contesting and no-ID for several Qs turning to be great skill among
operators in general.

73, Luc
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WRTC.2010 Brazilian Team Leader
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