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In reply to F5JKK:

The activity at 0900 “CQ DMA” was not a SOTA Ref Eric - it was GMA only (German Mountain Award), DM/SX-100, which is identical to a SOTA Ref.

73
Roy G4SSH

It was valid until the end of 2008, when the non P100 summits were removed from the DM SOTA ARM.

Tom M1EYP

In reply to M1EYP:

However, the activity at 1202 “CQ SOTA” from DM/SX-109 was a valid SOTA

In reply to G4SSH:
YEP that’s rules

In reply to G4SSH:
How about DM/SX-011 at about 1516? Was that one okay Roy?

In reply to G4WSX:

You can check quite easily. Click the database link at the top of a SOTAwatch page. Then select Summits>list all summits. In the drop down box find the country, in this case “Germany (Low Mountains) DM”, the other drop down list will update with the regions for this association and from that you select “Saxony (SX)”. See if the summit reference is in the table.

DM/SX-011,Scheibenberg,807,2647,12.92472222,50.53888889,8

Andy
MM0FMF

Or go to the SOTAwatch page for that summit. If it is no longer valid, a line of red text will tell you that.

http://sotawatch.org/summits.php?summit=DM/SX-011
(Valid)

http://sotawatch.org/summits.php?summit=DM/SX-100
(Invalid)

Tom M1EYP

In reply to G4WSX:

Yes, that was CQ SOTA and a valid Ref
73 Roy

In reply to G4SSH:
Thanks Roy and Andy.

In reply to G4WSX:
Yes many thanks Roy, Tom and Andy - And Wolfgang who was on 2 summits :o)
one good and the other (good to work)
Eric