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On Oct 6, 2008, at 9:58 AM, Jim Danehy wrote:
> Does the ARRL question the "Rovers" that take part in the ARRL    
> VHF   contests ? I am unaware of any of those operations from rare  
> grids being challenged or disallowed. Someone please correct me if I  
> am in error on that opinion.

This is a moot point. In the VHF contests rovers are only allowed to  
operate from one grid at a time. So if a rover is straddling grids, he  
must chose one or the other to send as an exchange and move a  
reasonable distance, I think 100 Meters, before the rover can operate  
in another grid.

Rover operation in contests is more restrictive than other times, not  
less. I rove and I know. - Duffey
James Duffey
Cedar Crest NM

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