Topband: ARRL DXCC - 160 Meters - Station Location and Boundary
Richard (Rick) Karlquist
richard at karlquist.com
Fri Nov 23 13:37:15 EST 2018
An additional wrinkle concerning a remote RX site at
a distance within 100 km: I used to have such a
setup. The non obvious advantage of it is that it
allows for FULL DUPLEX operation ON THE SAME FREQUENCY.
This is like QSK on steroids.
Depending on the circumstances, this can be a huge
advantage. Just this morning, I lost a QSO with an
A3 station because I kept doubling with him.
If necessary, the remote RX could have
a optional loop oriented so as to null the TX site.
This is a fundamental difference vs a complete station
at a remote location. (Someone asked "what is the
I just wanted to point out that distinction.
I suppose there could be an unenforceable rule requiring
a TX lockout to prevent full duplex.
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