kzerohb at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 13:25:22 EDT 2013
Nothing has been said which persuades me that it is "bad" for the operator
to be remote from the station, whether the station is across town, across
the state, across the continent, or across an ocean from the operator.
I am not a rich man. Some day I may be reduced to a home without space for
antennas to contest. Remote operation may be my only way to enjoy ham
radio. Why do you care where the radio is located, so long as the contest
entry reflects that location and the pertinent rules of the regulatory
body(ies) are observed.
73, de Hans, K0HB
In a message dated 6/17/2013 10:35:14 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
f5vhj at orange.fr writes:
Although the rich big boys would not like this rule, there should be a rule
“The remote operator must be the same DXCC county as the operating
location of the transmitters and receivers.”
Short and sweet. Not ambiguous as to both elements, where Joe is and where
the RF is transmitted and received.
This will prevent Joe Blow from “renting” or using a station in a
favourable location without having to have gone through the grief, travel
and money that would be expended otherwise.
Radio Sport should not be based on how much money or how clever someone
can be to do less then the other person in order to compete.
One person spend the time and energy to go to P4 and operates, a second
person is remote into a station on P4.
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