NS Ladder XIV - "Contesting on the Edge". Tonight at 0230Z (Fri)
*Trying a last minute notification approach this week. *
*Date & Time:*
1930 Pacific 2030 Mountain 2130 Central 2230 Eastern
Time -- Thursday Night
30 minutes exactly.
Great prep for NA Sprints and multiple chances to win the famous W0YK
- 160, 80, 40 and 20m 40 KHz up from band edge or 1815 [please
- 100 watts maximum
- Sprint format,
- mults per band
- 1 KHz QSY rule.
- Contact stations once per band i.e. no same-band duplicate Q's.
- Score reports to http://www.hornucopia.com/3830score/ (Tks, WA7BNM)
[Note we will request logs from time to time to verify accuracy]
1) Strictly observe the time limits . . see
http://www.ncccsprint.com/rules.html paragraph "Time".
2) After 2nd Q of couplet, please leave a pause for the cq'ing
stn to ask for fills.
Setup: Hank, W6SX, has generously provided the F-Key configuration
file he uses for N1MM, both for the CW and RTTY Sprint to serve as
examples of a successful SO1V configuration. Links below.
Awards: Bottles of CA Pinot Noir wine from the famous W0YK vineyard
awarded [alternate prizes for those <21] by a weighted random drawing.
Thus from an awards standpoint, no SO1R "penalty" in this contest.
Note: our downloadable score base, available weekly and flagged for
SO2R use, allow a participant to generate personalized rankings by
selectable criteria. Minimum 5 weeks required for awards. .
additional entries in drawing table for 1st, 2nd place scores in
division and for perfect 8-wk participation. Divisions . . see map at
nccc-blue reflector: All are invited to join this low-volume
reflector for discussing NS and NS Ladder topics. Sign up at:
http://www.kkn.net/mailman/listinfo/nccc-blue Phil, W6PK will see
73 Matt NQ6N, Guest Conductor
questions to email@example.com
or any Advisory Group member. N6ZFO, N4AF, N6WM, K6UFO, W4NZ, K4BAI,
W9RE, N3BB and W0BH
p.s. Join the fun in the NS RTTY Sprint which starts one hour earlier,
on the same day as the CW contest. See the separate announcement.
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