[CQ-Contest] Funny/strange things heard in 'WPX
ab7echo at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 18:07:21 EDT 2021
You were using a prefix from the same country or DX entity ... so no
problem. KH6 operating from Ohio represents a different DX entity.
WR8AA is the same country/entity as the U.S. 3rd call district.
On 6/1/2021 1:17 PM, N4ZR wrote:
> The rule says, "The portable prefix must be an authorized prefix of
> the country/call area of operation." It goes on, "KH6XXX operating
> from Ohio must use an authorized prefix for the U.S. 8th district
> (/W8, /AD8, etc.)".
> Does this mean that my use of the callsign WR8AA from the third call
> area without a /3 suffix will be disqualified? There were certainly
> few to no US stations in WPX signing "/#"to denote their actual call
> area. In fact, I logged exactly one in over 1100 QSOs.
> 73, Pete N4ZR
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