droese at necg.de
Tue Jun 25 14:04:31 EDT 2013
> If you remote across borders, don’t you need at a minimum the proper
> license to do that?
Where is the difference to being there in person?
> New rule proposal: for all remote contest operations, have the operator
> submit evidence of proper licensing, similar as is done for DXCC approved
> operations, you have to prove you had permission to operate a station from
> the location/country you remote to. And also prove that you really
> operated a remote station located where you claim it is located.
What's the difference to being there in person? Why don't you demand that
evidence from DXpeditions being (or claiming to be) there in person? What
makes them more trustworthy?
73, Olli - DH8BQA
Smlining more and more with every new post on the topic ... ;-)
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