[CQ-Contest] KH7X in AZ
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Wed Nov 7 06:12:12 EST 2018
Speaking of NP3X, did anyone see the 3830 submission ? He was clearly sending VI as the exchange , but his 3830 says he was in PR .....also look at NP2X, he was sending PR, but his submission says VI ?!?!....even stranger, the guest op of 3X was from VI, and the guest op of 2X was from PR?!?!?!
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> On Nov 6, 2018, at 12:25 PM, Jeff Clarke <ku8e at ku8e.com> wrote:
> The same reasoning could probably be used for NP3X (Not NP2X) operating from VI. Technically they are all US call signs. Another good example is all the one by one K calls (for example K1B in the Baker Islands) that have been used for DXpeditions to US territories.
>> On 11/6/2018 12:07 PM, Randy Thompson K5ZD wrote:
>> It is a valid callsign for use in the USA.
>> This would be an issue in a contest like CQ WW where the multiplier status is determined by the callsign. In Sweepstakes, the section is part of the exchange so including extra portable info is not required.
>> Which is good, because neither you or I sent /0 or /1 as part of our call last weekend.
>> Randy, K5ZD
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>>> In SS this weekend, I worked KH7X in AZ. is it OK (contest rules,
>>> legally, morally) not to sign /W7?
>>> Barry W2UP
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