[OhQP-mail] Questions about OHQP
jimk8mr at aol.com
Wed Aug 24 06:40:53 CDT 2016
1. Sure, do operate as a mobile, and send in a log. And operate from home as well. I’ll defer to our log checking expert should he say otherwise, but a QSO made as a mobile in your home county may show up as a dupe in the home station log, and/or for the guy you work. There is no penalty for anybody if this happens, just no credit for the second QSO.
2. Yes, the highest power used is what determines your category. You don’t get to run low power except when you can’t bust the pileup for that rare multiplier :-)
73 - Jim K8MR
On Aug 24, 2016, at 12:56 AM, Stanley Klakamp <k8ll.ham at gmail.com> wrote:
> A few weird questions about the OHQP:
> 1 - I'm planning to attend the small Hamfest at Fair Radio Sales in Lima OH this coming Saturday morning (www.fairradio.com/hamfest.php - free!). On the way home I was going to participate in the OHQP as a mobile, maybe just from noon to 1 o'clock or so. But when I get home I was going to operate from my home station. I should be able to keep track of my contacts while mobile. Should I just send that in as a check log? And then send in my home contacts as my actual entry? Or just refrain from operating mobile at all for the contest? What should I do?
> I will be in 3 different counties on the way home.
> 2 - I may operate from home on one or two bands with over 100 watts of power. But the other bands I will be operating around 90 watts. I assume I need to enter as high power even though not all my contacts will be at high power. Is that correct?
> Maybe there should be a FAQ section for questions like these on the website??? If there already is, I couldn't find it. Just a thought...
> Thanks in advance!
> Stan K8LL
> NW Ohio, USA
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