[CQ-Contest] ARRL DX Contest Multioperator Station Guidelines

Igor Sokolov ua9cdc at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 03:05:37 EDT 2020

It does indeed. We worked distributed multy single in CQWW SSB as RF9C 
and managed to attract a guy who never worked in contests before (let 
alone MS category). There is a psychological barrier exists for some 
people when it comes to joining experienced contest team. This barrier 
is a lot easier to overcome when one works from his/her home shack. He 
really liked it and we plan to have more team members in CQWW CW.

73, Igor UA9CDC

26.10.2020 5:38, Hans Brakob пишет:
> 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”™
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> rjairam at gmail.com writes:
>> This accommodation gives more people the opportunity to
>> play this go around.
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