[CQ-Contest] LY9W ? - time to ban SCP?

Doug Renwick ve5ra at sasktel.net
Sun Aug 2 20:53:02 EDT 2015

Contesting has become so convoluted that there is little point in even
competing.  So many ways to cheat, some legal, some illegal.  What's even
the point of submitting a log?  You have no idea what technical assists the
other stations are using.  One thing you can be sure of is that it is not a
level playing field.  So my advice is to play the contest with your own
rules and have fun.  Don't even submit a check log as it is insignificant
compared other cheating methods.


-----Original Message-----

On 8/2/2015 13:34, JIM NEIGER wrote:
> Let me get this straight, Ken:  Your country of Trans-Slobavia has no 
> rules on your maximum transmitted power. Ergo, even though CQ WW DX 
> Contest rules say no more than 1500 watts, (1) you're not going to 
> send in a log, or (2) "want to be considered for an award", it's 
> therefore OK to fire up your Big Boomer 50 KW rig??
> Terrific.
> Jim Neiger   N6TJ

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