[amsat-bb] Field day power from BEV?
fwinder at fuse.net
Thu Jun 16 16:55:47 UTC 2016
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> On Jun 16, 2016, at 11:22 AM, Peter Laws <plaws0 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 8:06 AM, Joe <nss at mwt.net> wrote:
>> If all contacts are made using a power of 5 Watts or less, but the power
>> source is from a commercial main or from a motor-driven generator, the power
>> multiplier is 2.
>> If any or all contacts are made using an output power up to 150 Watts or
>> less, the power multiplier is 2
>> That can't be right.
> The multiplier is 2 if your highest [powered station puts out 150 W or less.
> The multiplier is 5 if your highest [powered station puts out 5 W or
> less UNLESS you are powering it from commercial power or an engine
> Seems clear to me.
> 7. Scoring:
> Scores are based on the total number of QSO points times the power
> multiplier corresponding to the highest power level under which any
> contact was made during the Field Day period plus the bonus points.
> 7.2. Power multipliers: The power multiplier that applies is
> determined by the highest power output of any of the transmitters used
> during the Field Day operation.
> 7.2.1. If all contacts are made using a power of 5 Watts or less and
> if a power source other than commercial mains or motor-driven
> generator is used (batteries, solar cells, water-driven generator),
> the power multiplier is 5 (five).
> 7.2.2. If all contacts are made using a power of 5 Watts or less, but
> the power source is from a commercial main or from a motor-driven
> generator, the power multiplier is 2. If batteries are charged during
> the Field Day period using commercial mains or a motor-driven
> generator the power multiplier is 2 (two).
> 7.2.3. If any or all contacts are made using an output power up to 150
> Watts or less, the power multiplier is 2 (two).
> 7.2.4. If any or all contacts are made using an output power greater
> than 150 Watts, the power multiplier is 1 (one).
> 7.2.5. The power multiplier for an entry is determined by the maximum
> output power used by any transmitter used to complete any contact
> during the event. (Example: a group has one QRP station running 3
> Watts and a second station running 100 Watts, the power multiplier of
> 2 applies to all contacts made by the entire c
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