[CQ-Contest] High Rate Dual Radio CQing

Martin , LU5DX lu5dx at lucg.com.ar
Wed Dec 2 16:05:46 EST 2015

TO7A did it for some years.

Thing is, this type of operation requires a constant flow of stations on
both bands. If you have to constantly be sending  CQ TEST to keep up the
rate, you rather focus on running on one band and S&P on another.
It is also preferred to have stations with good signals calling in, being
far away from EU and USA doesn't help at all.
Signals this far South are usually pretty degraded.
Anyways, it's lots of fun!

In my case I've started doing it in CQ WW CW 2009. You can see it starting
around 17z the first day. http://cqww.com/publiclogs/2009cw/lp1h.log


Martin LU5DX

On Wed, Dec 2, 2015 at 4:33 PM, john at kk9a.com <john at kk9a.com> wrote:

> Running on two radios simultaneously has been done in previous years and
> there is at least one station in the Caribbean doing it in phone contests.
> John KK9A
> To:     sawyered at earthlink.net
> Subject:        Re: [CQ-Contest] High Rate Dual Radio CQing
> From:   Matt Murphy <matt at nq6n.com>
> Date:   Wed, 2 Dec 2015 10:32:16 -0600
> I agree. It's extremely impressive.  Was there a rule change that allowed
> this to happen this year, or did N6MJ and Ct1BOH come up with the idea?
> Can't wait to see if my brain can do it using a simulator.
> 73
> Matt NQ6N
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