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[CQ-Contest] BALTIC CONTEST-98 (slightly changed scoring system)

Subject: [CQ-Contest] BALTIC CONTEST-98 (slightly changed scoring system)
From: ly3ba@floyd.ktu.lt (Gediminas Lucinskas)
Date: Fri Apr 10 23:40:51 1998
Below are the rules of the traditional Baltic Contest. Slight changes in
the scoring system took place this year. Starting from BC-98, participants
outside  of Baltic 
countries gets one point for QSO's with non Baltic stations, including
their own country. 
73 and good luck in BC-98!
On behalf of LRSF  Gedas,LY3BA



           THE  34th  BALTIC  CONTEST  BC-98
                General rules of BC-98

    The Lithuanian Radio Sports Federation has the honor to invite
radio amateurs all over the world to enter Baltic Contest 1998.

1. Aim of the Contest:        To promote radio sport in the Baltic
countries and to expand relation between amateurs of the Baltic and
the world.
2. The object of the Contest: To establish as many contacts
as possible with amateur stations world wide.
3. Period:                    From 2100z May 23,1997 
                              till 0200z May 24,1997.
4. Section:                   A - single operator,CW/SSB
                              B - single operator,CW
                              C - single operator,SSB
                              D - multi operator,single TX
                              E - SWL
5. Frequencies:               CW(3510-3600)kHz,
                              SSB(3600-3650 and 3700-3750)kHz.
6. Contest call:              CW - TEST BC, SSB - CQ Baltic Contest
7. Exchange:                  RS(T) and serial number starting from 
001.Each station may be worked once in SSB and once in CW.
8. Scoring:                   For participants in Estonia, Latvia,
Lithuania each QSO with Europe counts one point and QSO with another 
continent counts two points.For participants in Europe each QSO with 
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania counts ten points, each QSO with another 
participants counts one point. For participants outside Europe each 
QSO with Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania counts twenty points, each QSO 
with another participants counts one point.
9. Final Score:               The sum of QSO points(no multiplier
no duplicate QSO).When the number of points is equal,the criteria 
for priority are:     -for better percentage of QSO confirmation,
                      -for more DX QSO.
10. Awards:                   Certificates will be awarded to the
leading stations of each section for every country (DXCC) in 
accordance with the number of participants. Winners in A,B,C,D
sections will receive trophies.  Special trophies:
                              Europe CW             R.Saltauskas LY2BG  
                              Estonia               R.Baltusis LY2BM
                              Latvia                LY7A contest team
                              Youth(until 16 years) J.Urbonas LY3BU
                              Lithuania CW          S.Zalnerauskas LY1DR
                              SWL                   V.Morkunas LY3BY
11. Logs:                     The IARU R1 standard format sheets
or send by E-mail or in 3 1/2" 144 MB Microdisk in the ASCII form,suitable 
for computer analysis. Deadline: July 1, 1998.
                              Adress: P.O.Box 210,LT3000 Kaunas,LITHUANIA.
                                      E-mail: Gediminas.Daubaris@tef.ktu.lt
We hope that the participants will enjoy the contest.
Welcome to BC-98. 73.         L R S F

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