[Cwo] CW Open team signups
ad6e at arrl.net
Tue Aug 9 14:23:53 PDT 2011
It's only a question of precision. It ends at
2359:59.999999999999999999999 or there about...
Thus the minute 0000 (or 2400 for those picking nits) is not allowed ! At
the other end, the minute 2000 is not only allowed, but encouraged.
If you don't have a direct link to NBS, then a suitably calibrated Rubidium
standard is acceptable.
73, Alan AD6E
On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 1:13 PM, Hank Garretson <w6sx at arrl.net> wrote:
> Also, the time "0000" is not really a legal time since the second session
>> ends at 2359z :-) I know, this is nit picking...
> Sorry, I can't help myself. Speaking of nits.
> Does the session end at 2359:00 or does the session end at 2359:59 or does
> the session end at 2400:00?
> I suspect the intent is for a session to be exactly four hours long. In
> which case, the session should end at 2359:59 or 2400:00 (or 0000:00).
> Ski Exuberantly,
> Hank, W6SX
> Mammoth Lakes, California
> Elevation 8083 feet in John Muir's Range of Light
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