[ct-user] CT9.81 - CQWW M2 Category
Jim White, K4OJ
Thu, 03 Oct 2002 15:03:56 -0400
I am confused (so what else is new)
If you have more than two stations and want to do the new M2 category
how does the computer know which the third 3rd position becomes (1 or 0)
when it goes live. For reasons of station configuration I think a lot
of us will like this new category and have been set up as multi-multi's
with feedlines routed to different positions in the room (or rooms in my
case - we set up two or three stations on the patio for m-m, it would be
easier to dedicate some of those positions to one band or another than
to make it two physical positions only).
As far as an algorithm for knowing if you are within the rules can you
count total band changes for all stations and make the total number of
band changes 16 within a given hour and a mandatory maximum of two
simultaneously transmitted signals at any one time?)
I am glad I do not have to right the programs, but sure am glad you do -
thanks for everything, Ken - CT made contesting fun again for a lot of
people, I cannot imagine operating without the computer doing the
drudgery ever again.
>I have added the new M2 category to CQWW. The Cabrillo output now has an
>extra '1' or '0' at the end of each QSO line. This indicates station one
>or station two.
>As in the ARRL M2 category, it is very important that you use the RUN1
>and RUN2 text commands to identify the stations. You can also toggle a
>station, or QSO with ALT-Y. The band field in each RUN2 QSO is white on
>blue. RUN1 QSO's have the usual black on cyan band label.
>RUN1 and RUN2 are not identified by computer number because some
>operations setup more than two operating positions then use two at a
>time for M2 operation.
>CT9.81 can be found at www.k1ea.com/ctvault.
>73, Ken K1EA
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