[VHFcontesting] Operating both from home and as a rover

Jonesy W3DHJ mailserver at jonz.net
Thu Jun 11 11:36:56 EDT 2020

On Thu, 11 Jun 2020, Bob K0NR - email list wrote:
> On 11-Jun-20 4:57 AM, Steve Kavanagh via VHFcontesting wrote:
>> "When you’re operating fixed, you’d use the callsign without the /R.  when
> rover, you’d use the /R.  You’d submit two logs, one as a fixed station, or one
> as rover.  When sending your callsign, you’d have to append the /R when rover
> and they’d log you as such.  They will not get penalized as dupes as they
> worked and logged you as 2 distinct callsigns."
>  You will likely encounter some confusion over the air because anyone
>  that has worked you with one callsign configuration may assume the
>  same callsign for subsequent radio contacts. Most logging programs
>  will automatically pop up the previous callsign worked. Not a
>  showstopper but something to be aware of.

Don't forget, and remember to tell others, that there is _no_ penalty
for dupes in the VHF contests..  Just log it and move on.

W3DHJ/r this weekend...
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