locked Re: Spotting
All major cluster software packages have provision for stopping user receipt of spots while still staying connected. For example, AR Cluster V6 uses SET DX OUTPUT OFF/ON.
I disagree with Al that
connection = assistance, while at the same time I wouldn't be
surprised if some contest adjudicators take this position. I
think they are operating on the theory that it is just too hard
to prove *receipt* of spots, as opposed to connection to a
cluster. I suppose the same logic would apply to having a
1500-watt amp on the desk during a 100-watt contest. How can
they tell I did not turn it on?
Fact is, power cheating
is much more common, IMO, and we all know how hard that is to
73, Pete N4ZR
Check out the Reverse Beacon Network at <http://reversebeacon.net>, now spotting RTTY activity worldwide. For spots, please use your favorite "retail" DX cluster.
On 1/23/2020 12:00 AM, AB2ZY wrote: