[CQ-Contest] Multiband Antenna separation for Multiplierstation...

Douglas Ruz / CO8DM co8dm at frcuba.co.cu
Mon Oct 10 17:50:28 EDT 2016

QSL Dave,

Yes...I understand now.

Many thanks to you and all others for explanation about M2 category.

C U on the bands !!!.

73 and GL,

Doug, CO8DM
T48K Team
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: David Siddall 
  To: CQ-Contest 
  Cc: Douglas Ruz / CO8DM 
  Sent: Saturday, October 08, 2016 10:23 PM
  Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Multiband Antenna separation for Multiplierstation...


  "Yes, in Multi-Two stations you have 2 Running stations but you can install few Multipliers stations only to work Multipliers...sometimes you find Multipliers in one of the bands you have a Running station."

  Hi Doug,

  To be clear about CQWW rules: unlike in the Multi-single category, there is no free "multiplier" station allowed in the multi-two category. If this isn't clear from the rules (http://www.cqww.com/rules_es.htm), see the
  FAQ (in English) at: http://www.cqww.com/rules_faq.htm.  The relevant part says:

  "Q: The rules for Multi-Two state "A maximum of two transmitted signals on two different bands may be used at any time." If we are working on two bands, can we transmit on a third band to call CQ or call a multiplier?
  If you want to start transmitting on a third band, you must stop transmitting on one of the other bands. There is no exception.


  CU on the bands!

  73, Dave K3ZJ

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