[VHFcontesting] Difference between types of Rover?
callbill at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 12 12:55:16 EDT 2018
Zack and all, I looked that one up too.. Seems like the unlimited is meant to be the "multi-multi" of rovers? pretty much anything goes. Is the 3.5.7 exemption meant to deal with "grid circling"? seems like it might be. As far as 3.5.3.. what the heck is that? "roving" where you hook up to AC power and antennas a many different sites? I guess maybe that's still "roving" but do stations actually DO that??
bill, K1DY sometimes /R (classic I guess)
From: VHFcontesting <vhfcontesting-bounces at contesting.com> on behalf of Zack Widup <w9sz.zack at gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2018 3:56 PM
To: Larissa Reise; VHF Contesting Reflector
Subject: Re: [VHFcontesting] Difference between types of Rover?
It appears to me that Classic Rover allows only two operators at most and
can operate on any and all VHF+ bands.
Limited Rover permits only two operators using only the four lowest bands.
Unlimited Rover can use more than two operators and is exempt from these
"*3.5.3.* Rover vehicles must transport all the equipment, power supplies,
and antennas used at each operating site."
"*3.5.7. *A rover may not make more than 100 QSOs with any other one rover."
73, Zack W9SZ
On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 10:35 AM, Larissa Reise <ve3kgc at gmail.com> wrote:
> Every year I like to participate in the ARRL June VHF QSO Party contest as
> a Rover. They've been loving my submissions as Unlimited Rover. Now, I can
> see the difference between Limited and Unlimited Rover categories, but why
> is there a separate category for Classic Rover? What are the differences?
> I've been back and forth through all the applicable rules and I just can't
> see much difference.
> Larissa VE3KGC
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