[CQ-Contest] Field Day Rules
sawyered at earthlink.net
Fri Jun 3 18:56:36 EDT 2016
>From the Field Day Rules:
"The use of switching systems that allow for lockouts
in order to use multiple transmitters (i.e., an "octopus") in an attempt to
enter a lower-number-of-transmitters
class are prohibited (i.e. using 2 transmitters that can transmit
simultaneously, with two operators, and a lock-out
system and entering class 1A). The use of simulcasting devices which allow a
single operator to key and transmit on more than one transmitter at a time,
"The use of more than one transmitter at the same time on a single band-mode
It is hard to understand what the intent of these rules are. Is traditional
SO2R operation allowed? It kind of seems so but is hard to be sure.
Can a "Multi-Single" style system be used which would have a run and second
radio interlocked be used? It would seem not. But only because there is
more than one operator?
Anyone with an idea or knowledge?
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