23 agosto 2006

Nuevos cambios en el DXCC

Hace unos dias se ha producido un cambio en las bases del DXCC, y mas concretamente en los criterios de acreditación.

En pocas palabras indica que los logs de una operación, no pueden ser publicos en ningun medio, internet, convenciones, etc. Y de ser asi, esa operación puede no ser válida para acreditar ante el DXCC. Esto excluye los logs online siempre y cuando no muestren la informacion completa del QSO.

El texto original es este:
"The presentation in any public forum of logs or other representations of station operation showing details of station activity or other informationfrom which all essential QSO elements (time, date, band, mode and callsign) for individual contacts can be derived creates a question as to the integrity of the claimed QSOs with that station during the period encompassed by the log. Presentation of such information in any public forum by the station operator, operators or associated parties is not allowed and may be considered sufficient reason to deny ARRL award credit for contacts with any station for which such presentations have been made. Persistent violation of this provision may result in disqualification from the DXCC program".


La fuente original aquí.

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