[CQ-Contest] CQM Adjudication

Stanley Zawrotny k4sbz.stan at gmail.com
Tue May 12 10:15:40 EDT 2020

Too many statements that it has to do with cheating. It really is all about accuracy. Contests originally simulated passing traffic — accurately. That includes, not only the exchange, but, most importantly, the callsigns. Consider what it would be like if they didn’t check for accurate callsigns. Ops would just enter whatever sounded close. The most common reason for a NIL is a broken callsign. You are being penalized for not being accurate, not for cheating.

Stan, K4SBZ

"Real radio bounces off the sky."

> On May 12, 2020, at 7:52 AM, Igor Sokolov <ua9cdc at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ria,
> Can you point me to the URL where it says about penalties for NILs in RDXC?
> 73, Igor UA9CDC
> 11.05.2020 21:31, rjairam at gmail.com пишет:
>> Doesn't the Russian DX contest do something similar? I seem to
>> remember that they not only give you no credit for some QSOs but also
>> penalize you for others like NILs.
>> Ria
>> N2RJ
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