[CQ-Contest] ARRL DX Contest Multioperator Station Guidelines

Hans Brakob kzerohb at gmail.com
Sun Oct 25 20:38:07 EDT 2020

How is that so?

This scheme allows a group of scattered operators to operate from their home station as a geographically distributed “multi op” using a common call sign.

As an example, a group of Minnesota Wireless Assn (Est. 1910) operators could all stay home and sign “W0AIH” for the weekend instead of using their own personal call.

These are the same operators who, pre-COVID, would have gathered at “The Farm” for the weekend.

How does this give “more people the opportunity to play”?

73, de Hans, KØHB
“Just a Boy and his Radio”™

rjairam at gmail.com writes:

> This accommodation gives more people the opportunity to
> play this go around.

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