[CQ-Contest] ARRL DX Club Rules
Christian Janssen DL1MGB
dl1mgb at wrtc2018.de
Wed Feb 20 00:58:43 EST 2019
when talking about committee meeting... Maybe ARRL wants to re-think their club competition policy for the International DX Contests in regard to clubs outside USA/Canada.
I fully understand that it makes no sense to have a DX club competition listing for Sweepstakes or VHF contests or school roundups.
But for an international contest, it should be in the foremost interest of the ARRL to gain and keep INTERNATIONAL participants.
And the world does not end in the Caribbean. There are tons of operators on the other side of the pond, organized in numerous contest clubs, just waiting to get the battle started.
73s Chris DL1MGB
Member of the Bavarian Contest Club
rjairam at gmail.com schrieb am 19.02.2019 19:47:
> I'm bringing this up at the ARRL programs and services committee
> meeting this Thursday. I do think it should be apportioned. I've also
> let Zev, N2WKS (CAC rep) aware of it so he can discuss it in their
> meetings and they can make a recommendation.
> Stay tuned...
> Ria, N2RJ
> On Tue, 19 Feb 2019 at 13:34, N4ZR <n4zr at comcast.net> wrote:
>> Last weekend, W1LWH and I operated a "classic" multi-single in the CW
>> contest. He's a member of YCCC and I am a member of PVRC. In doing
>> paperwork after the contest, I was surprised to discover that the
>> contest rules require multi-ops' score credit only be given to one
>> affiliated club. Since PVRC is less serious about ARRL DX than YCCC, we
>> decided to give the credit to that club.
>> My question is, why is this necessary? Wouldn't a rule like CQWW's be
>> better suited to our mobile society? Is this just an anachronism?
>> 73, Pete N4ZR
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