[VHFcontesting] Logging Rovers in Contests
w5prchuck at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 18:22:47 EDT 2015
AND, this rule seems to indicate you don't need the "/R" as long as it is
from a different grid.
*7.2. *Stations may be worked for credit only once per band from any given
regardless of mode. This does not prohibit working a station from more than
one grid square
with the same call sign (such as a Rover).
On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 5:08 PM, Chuck Dietz <w5prchuck at gmail.com> wrote:
> A lot of opinions, but no clarification in the rules. Yes, rovers have to
> sign "/R" so everyone will know they are not dupes, but nothing says they
> have to be logged as "/R" The only remote use would be for a rover who
> operates a non-rover entry from the same grid as he started/finished roving
> from. Far fetched, but you might lose a Q if you didn't put the /R after
> one of the contacts.
> Chuck W5PR
> On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 4:57 PM, Marshall-K5QE <k5qe at k5qe.com> wrote:
>> Hello Chuck....The /R is required for ARRL contests....that is what I
>> believe....I may be wrong.
>> GL tomorrow and Sun
>> 73 Marshall K5QE
>> On 6/12/2015 12:30 PM, Chuck Dietz wrote:
>> I think many put "/R" after a rover call when logging it in a contest. I
>> have never done that. If the grid changes, Writelog takes it. Is there
>> any necessity or rule about this?
>> Chuck W5PR
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