This topic has probably been discussed before, but I did a Google search and cannot find what I’m looking for.
Based on the General Rules, my understanding is that there are no restrictions on where a chaser and their radios can or must be, other than they cannot be inside a summit’s activation zone if the summit’s activator wishes to count a QSO with that chaser for credit. This means that I could:
- Chase from my vehicle while driving across the USA and on into Canada.
- Chase from any summit anywhere in the world.
- Fly to Europe with my KX3 and chase from there.
- On the way to Europe, drop my KX3 off at a friend’s house in New York and use it as a remote base to chase while I’m in Europe.
- Same as #4 but also use someone else’s remote receiver in Canada while chasing from Europe using my KX3 in New York.
All of the above assume compliance with any applicable radio regulation in the countries involved. The last two are obviously silly examples, but I’m just trying to cover all the bases. Is my understanding correct?