[CQ-Contest] US Call Areas as Multipliers

Radio K0HB kzerohb at gmail.com
Thu Dec 24 10:59:51 EST 2015

I'm sure, John, that you recall when FCC required you to file an itinerary when you intended portable operation, with periodic updates.

And "Additional Station" licenses so you could preserve your "home" call when the Navy sent you on DXpedition to Midway or Kansas.

I guess I'm glad that whole hassle has gone the way of certifying current activity when applying for a renewal, or getting a signature from your CO that military operations prevented amateur activity.  How many applicants falsified that certification, or worse yet, didn't bother to renew?

If the contest requires you to record my location, it also requires me to provide that info in the exchange.  

"Kay Four Big American Indian this is Kay Zero Handsome Boy --- Please copy fie nigh foe and good luck in the contest OM. QSL?"

__73, de Hans, K0HB

"Just a Boy and His Radio"™

On Thu, Dec 24, 2015 at 7:36 AM, John Laney <k4bai at att.net> wrote:

> But then every out of district station would have to sign with a 
> portable designator and some of them would never do it.  73, John, K4BAI.
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