>>>My question is; If this is a contest inviting worldwide participation, why
>>>is there not at the minimum a full 24 hours of competition period?
Same questions from me and others UA0/RA0 Russian stations...
73! de Eugene RA0FF
Thu, 18 Dec 2014 08:10:46 -0700 от "Milt -- N5IA" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>Although it is difficult to work Russian stations (UA0 excepted) from my
>location in southwest USA, I find it very strange that the hours of the
>contest operation do NOT include any night time hours at my location.
>The sun sets at 0010 UTC at my location this time of the year. Consequently
>there is absolutely no opportunity to effectively participate in this
>My question is; If this is a contest inviting worldwide participation, why
>is there not at the minimum a full 24 hours of competition period?
>73 de Milt, N5IA -- Also operator of N7GP
>Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2014 2:23 AM
>Subject: Topband: RUSSIAN 160 METER CONTEST
> Dear friends,
>RUSSIAN 160 METER CONTEST will be held from 20.00 to 24.00 UTC, on the 19th
>The Rules of the Contest are at
>Current Rules were approximated with RDXC Rules, and any RDXC software may
>be used in this contest.
>In previous years, various ideas were discussed, both negative and positive,
>positive ideas predominated, - even from those who are against Rules
>Operators from almost 50 Russian oblasts participated in the last Contest.
>Please note: THERE IS NO 10-minutes rule for club stations.
>Welcome to participate in RUSSIAN 160 METER CONTEST !
>Vlad / R7LV mailto: email@example.com
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