[CQ-Contest] [RTTY] why checklog?

Ktfrog007 at aol.com Ktfrog007 at aol.com
Mon May 23 16:07:04 EDT 2016

Sometimes I operate without much serious intent or maybe just to  run some 
experiments with my station, ending up with a small number of  QSOs.  I'll 
send in a CHECKLOG as a courtesy to the sponsors and  participants so they'll 
know I was legit, not a busted call or a unique (or,  geez, log padding).  
It's easy to make a Cabrillo and email it off.   Just trying to be helpful.
Ken, AB1J
In a message dated 5/23/2016 18:42:51 Coordinated Universal Time,  
wk6i.jeff at gmail.com writes:

I am  writing up the RTTY Roundup article, and in looking at the results
data  there is a fairly high number of checklogs.

I know some of the more  typical reasons why one would submit as checklog -
you operated outside the  rules (like choosing to run high power in an
NAQP), or maybe you just don't  give a darn about a score - but I'm
wondering about the other reasons that  maybe aren't so typical.

Any insights appreciated. 73 jeff  wk6i

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