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Re: Grid Rules


I've not operated as a rover station in several years now, but back when I
did, we were not allowed to claim more than one grid square at a time. These
rules may have been modified since then, but I don't think so as it would
appear to give an unfair advantage to the guy in the corner and the guy's
that work him. I never worked from a corner, but I did work from the border
of two squares and I remember that I had to choose one square and would have
to move "X units distance" from there to claim the other square. I don't
recall now either "X" or the "units distance". This was about 7 or 8 years
ago now.

You might want to post your question on one or more of the VHF, UHF,
Microvave or Weak-signal reflectors, as those guy's need to keep up with the
grid rules. They'll know the answers.

73'  Chris  WB6HGW  DM04uc

-----Original Message-----
From: Gary "Joe" Mayfield <gary_mayfield@hotmail.com>
To: amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Date: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 6:51 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Grid Rules

>I was doing a little planning for 2001 and had a question about grid square
>1.  I am under the impression I can locate in a corner where 4 grid squares
>meet and provide all 4 grids with each contact.  Is this correct?
>2.  How close do I need to be to the corner?  Within 100 feet? 100 yards?
>3.  What has to be located on or near the corner?  Me?  My antenna?  My
>transmitter?  (Can't put all of those in exactly the same place!)
>Hoping to put EN 04, 05, 14, 15 on in 2001.
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