[CQ-Contest] Cross-Entity Remote for Contesting and DXCC
xv4y at nature-mekong.com
Thu Jan 22 19:19:50 EST 2015
This is a very exciting news as it opens new way of financing DXpeditions.
Every DXpedition could bring it's own "time share" remote station located a few meters from the operating positions.
"VIP Donators" could use it in a priority order given by the amount of their donation.
This would ensure :
- QSOs on all bands for the biggest donators (even 160m is possible in daytime)
- Bigger donations as you want to be sure to have enough time to use the "remote station" on all the needed bands.
Yannick DEVOS - XV4Y
> Le 23 janv. 2015 à 00:00, cq-contest-request at contesting.com a écrit :
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> Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2015 07:29:58 -0600 (CST)
> From: Ron Notarius W3WN <wn3vaw at verizon.net>
> To: pokane at ei5di.com, cq-contest at contesting.com
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Cross-Entity Remote for Contesting and DXCC
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> The Board voted based on the recommendation of the DXAC.
> The DXAC based their decision on input from the ARRL members. At least in theory.
> Of course, it would have been nice if the DXAC rep from each Division had at least made a token effort to gather input from the membership. All i can tell you is that I never heard a whisper regarding a request for input -- neither as a Member or as a Newsletter Editor who would have printed such a request to inform people.
> Ultimately, though, it doesn't matter. Either YOU have integrity in how YOU operate in contests, chase DX, and apply for awards... or YOU don't.
> If YOU don't, your accomplishments are meaningless. If YOU do, then they are not. (And I mean "YOU" as in the reader, not in Paul or any one individual specifically)
> 73, ron w3wn
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