[VHFcontesting] Changes to ARRL VHF Contest Rules
callbill at hotmail.com
Wed May 27 06:31:45 PDT 2009
Hi Geoff, Long time.. You could certainly go out as "unlimited", right? Or am I misinterpreting the "new rules" somehow?
> From: gkrauss at stny.rr.com
> To: vhfcontesting at contesting.com
> Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 09:17:50 -0400
> Subject: Re: [VHFcontesting] Changes to ARRL VHF Contest Rules
> Well, that screws me!
> I was all set to go Ltd. with 10 GHz (20w) and 24 Ghz (2W), and 144/223 as
> liaisons, for my 4 bands, but that's apparently not possible now. So, 1/2/3
> call-area folks looking for FN11/12/21/22 on 10/24 ... maybe next year, if
> the rules allow it.
> Geoff WA2GFP FN22ab
> ----- Original Message ----- > The ARRL Programs and Services Committee
> approved the following VUAC's
> > recommendations to the ARRL VHF Contest program:
> > 1) Limited Rover: Limited Rovers will now be able to enter only on the
> > four lowest bands for any given ARRL VHF contest. For January, June and
> > September, this means 6 Meters, 2 Meters, 220 MHz and 432 MHz. For the
> > August UHF Contest, this means 220 MHz, 432 MHz, 902 MHz and 1.2 GHz.
> > These changes take effect immediately, and have been noted on the ARRL
> > web site. Stations planning to enter as limited Rover in the 2009 ARRL
> > June VHF QSO Party should take note.
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