[CQ-Contest] ARRL DX Contest Multioperator Station Guidelines

rjairam at gmail.com rjairam at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 18:34:10 EDT 2020

Mind you - this is not together with the conventional M/M category. This is
separate. I think this is where the confusion lies.


On Tue, Oct 27, 2020 at 6:05 PM Jim Brown <k9yc at audiosystemsgroup.com>

> On 10/25/2020 7:23 PM, rjairam at gmail.com wrote:
> > By allowing them to stay at home and use the same call, but follow ALL
> > (every single one) of the existing M/M rules, they can still play.
> This defies logic! Operators who have stations can "play" at home using
> their own calls, which gives other contesters more stations to work. I
> see that as a big plus! What am I missing? It's not the CALL of the
> contest station, it's the station, including it's antenna system, and
> its operators, that make it competitive.
> I've operated at N6RO as part of M/M teams and as part of dozens of FD
> and county expedition teams for CQP and 7QP. The fun of doing so is the
> in-person camaraderie, learning from others, and, in the case of the
> expeditions, setting up and tearing down the stations, NONE of which
> happens under this rule change.
> The N6RO team has spent the last six months reconfigured itself to
> operate M/M remotely. More of the true spirit of ham radio,
> station-building and learning new stuff to meet new challenges. FAR
> better than driving several hundred miles to box-top operate a station
> that someone else built!
> 73, Jim K9YC
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