[OhQP-mail] Help - Selecting OQP sites in rarer counties-

Jimk8mr at aol.com Jimk8mr at aol.com
Mon Sep 20 10:43:09 EDT 2010

I'm not sure what you mean by handling the call sign at multiple QTHs in  
different counties.
OhQP allows only one location for a call sign, unless the station is a  
Mobile or Rover, moving between temporarily set up stations in more than one  
(The Pennsylvania QSO Party in recent years has allowed stations in  
different counties use the same callsign at the same time , i.e. K8MAD/MONR and  
K8MAD/NOBL.  This is not allowed in OhQP).
So just use a different call at each location. The scores count for the  
club compeition.

Note that in OhQP, portable operations are allowed anywhere in the state,  
unlike many contests where there is a 175 mile limit from the club center. 
So in  OhQP a club from Cincinnati could operate an expedition to Ashtabula 
county and  count it toward the club total.
73  -  Jim  K8MR
In a message dated 9/20/2010 9:17:03 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
w3hkk at roadrunner.com writes:

I notice  more clubs operating  several stations from several different 
counties,  and am looking for a few basic tips that  I could apply to the local 
club  at the next OQP.  


-how did you handle the club call  sign at multiple QTHs in different 
How does that affect the Club  score?

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