The Central States VHF Society offers a Reverse VUCC for rovers. Only a few have actually applied for the award on satellite.
On Feb 27, 2019 21:03, [email protected] wrote: I found this:
6. For VUCC awards on 50 through 1296 MHz and Satellite, all contacts must be made from locations no more than 200 km apart. For SHF awards, contacts must be made from a single location, defined as within a 300-meter diameter circle.
On 2019-02-27 21:35, IAN PARSONS wrote:
I've had a look -several, actually- at the VUCC info on the ARRL webiste, but it seems incomplete at best. No mention of categories, etc. For instance, is there a separate VUCC/r award? If so, what is the criteria? Likewise, what is the radius of the circle from which you can operate and still claim credit for being active from 'home'? Do qualifying Qs have to be made from a single grid?
I'm certain I've read this info somewhere before, I just can't recall where. Or was I perhaps reading FFMA material instead?
tnx es 73
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