[CQ-Contest] New Contesting Classification
ed at w0yk.com
Mon Oct 3 23:28:50 EDT 2016
1. Non-remote operators are at all times communicating over wires.
2. Without wires, there would be no communications whatsoever with other
What exactly is your point, Paul?
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On 03/10/2016 21:03, Zack Widup wrote:
> Exactly! I don't know why it is so hard for some people to grasp this. If
> the path between the transmitters/receivers of both stations is via the
> aether, ionosphere, free space or whatever you want to call it, then the
> QSO is entirely by radio.
Conversations take place between people.
Telephone calls take place between people.
QSOs take place between people.
Here are two irrefutable facts about (almost) all remote
1. Remote operators are at all times communicating over
2. Without the internet, there would be no communications
whatsoever with other operators.
Those who claim that remote operation is exactly the same
as "hands-on" operation are in denial of those two facts.
Please refer to
There's no more to be said :-)
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