[CCF] Vl: [CQ-Contest] RV: PED PILE UP SIMULATOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
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From: MARTIN MONSALVO LW9EUJ <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, April 28, 2000 4:17 AM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] RV: PED PILE UP SIMULATOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
> PED PILE-UP SIMULATOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
> SPONSORED BY LU-CONTESTERS Y 599001 MAIL LISTS
> 1)objective:for hams arround the world to achieve the highest possible =
> score utilizing ped cw pile-up simulator, according to the present =
> 2)entrants: licensed ham operators from all over the world.
> 3) contest dates:
> a.. 1st. contest: speed contest may 20-21, 2000.
> b.. 2nd.contest: competition level 2. june 10-11, 2000.
> c.. 3rd.contest: competition level 4. june 17-18, 2000.
> d.. 4th. contest:competition level 6. july 1- 2, 2000.
> e.. 5th. contest:competition level 9. august 19-20, 2000.
> 4) contest time:within the given dates, entrants can choose a two hour =
> strip, to take part in each one of the contests. the hour strips you =
> picked up, must be comunicated to the organizer together with the =
> registration form.=20
> hour strips must start o=b4clock at either: 00:00, 02:00, 04:00, 06:00, =
> 08:00,10:00,12:00, 14:00, 16:00, 18:00, 20:00, 22:00.=20
> 5) registration: you must register to enter the championship by e-mail =
> to: firstname.lastname@example.org , before, may 14th 2000.
> a.- in the subject line put: registration ped cw 2000
> b.- text in the body of the message: your callsign, your name, hour =
> c.- example:
> callsign: (yours)
> name: (yours - first, middle, last)
> club afiliation: (yours)
> i shall take part in the following dates and times:
> 1st. contest, may 20, from 8:00 utc to 10:00 utc.
> 2nd. contest, jun 11, from 20:00 utc to 22:00 utc.
> 3rd. contest, jun 17, from 02:00 to 04:00 utc.
> 4th. contest, july 1 from 14:00 to 16:00 utc.
> 5th. contest, august20, from 100:00 to 12:00 utc.
> 6) exact starting time comunication: withing the first five minutes of =
> every the time strip you selected, an e-mail will be sent to you, =
> telling you when to start the contest. (e.g. if you selected may 20th =
> from 05:00 utc to 07:00 utc, to do 1st. contest, between 05:00 and =
> 05:05 utc an e-mail will be sent to you telling you the actual starting =
> time for you to do that contest)
> the message from organizer would look like this:
> (your callsign) 1st contest starts at: 05:20 utc. good luck.
> 7)time limit:once you have received the e-mail comunicating the starting =
> time for a given contest, you have two more minutes(maximum) than the =
> time stated in the message to start your contest.=20
> taht means that if the message states 05:20 utc for you to start the =
> contest, you can actually start it no later than 05:22 maximum.
> a.- the starting time of your contest will be the time ofyour first =
> logged qso. we strongly recomend you to read. time setting, point 9).
> b. those entrants whose satarting time exceeds the time limit will not =
> score any points in that contest.
> 8) logs:=20
> a.- logs must be sent via e-mail to email@example.com . you must send a =
> message with the .log .sum .ini files attached, within the three =
> following minutes to the time of your last contact. we believe it is =
> enough time to exit ped, start your e-mail program, attach the requested =
> files, and send.
> b.- if your mail server fails and you can not send the files withing the =
> time limit we will not sum your points for that contest.
> c.- if our mail server fails and we can not receive your mail before the =
> time limit we will sum your points for that contest anyway,once we =
> receive your log.
> 9) time setting:to avoid time diferences between organizer and entrants, =
> all entrants computer clocks time must be set using wwv. time must be =
> expresed in utc.
> 10) program version. settings & status.(.ped) files
> a.- all entrants shall use the same program version, in this case v =
> 5.19, and it must be the copy distributed by the organizer. all program =
> files will be sent to you with the e-mail comunicating exact starting =
> time of your contest, thus once you have received the corresponding =
> mail, you have to copy the attached files under your ped directory. we =
> strongly recomend you to previously create a folder to copy the program =
> files you=b4ll receive via e-mail.
> b.- .ped file: the file that generates callsigns during a sesion is the =
> file with .ped extension, , . different .ped and .ini files will be used =
> in every contest, callsigns cointained in the .ped files will not be =
> real callsigns, they may look like: w30d, lu33t,k11ar, etc, etc.
> c.-settings & status for each contest (they, will be contained in the =
> ini file we send to the entrants)
> c1.- for the speed contest we well send use the following settings:
> c1a.- pile up trainer =3d 1
> c1b.- competition level=3d 0
> c1c.- japanese split =3d -
> c1d.- pile up generator =3d 1
> c1e.- demonstration =3d 1
> c1f.- mode=3d dxpedition
> c1g.- time limit =3d 10(min)
> c1h.- callsign: ( a fantasy callsign will be used ,e.g. w6r123adzx5t2)
> do not worry about the length of the callsign we send with the program, =
> in the dxpedition mode you don=b4t need to send your callsign at all). =
> furthermore, the callsign we submit will vary from one contest to other.
> c1i .-number: what ever (it isn=b4t exchanged in dxpedition mode).
> c1j.- randomize=3d shuffle
> c1k.- status:
> keyer=3d off
> delay=3d -94msec.
> width=3d 1khz.
> vol=3d any (you can set it, after you started the contest)
> speed=3d the starting speed will be 36 wpm, of course you can change it =
> to go faster if you want.
> reference: as a matter of information only. we tell you that tha highest =
> number of q=b4s and score we are aware of is: 102 and 5698, using the =
> above mentioned settings and status.
> c2. settings and status for the 2nd contest: competition level 2.
> c2a.- competition level =3d 2
> c2b.- mode =3d dxpedition
> c2c.- time limit=3d 10
> c2d.- randomize=3d shuffle
> c2e.- status is automatically set by the program
> c3. settings and status for the 3rd contest: competition level 4.
> c3a.- competition level =3d 4
> c3b.- mode =3d dxpedition
> c3c.- time limit=3d 10
> c3d.- randomize=3d sheffle
> c3e.- status is automatically set by the program
> c4. settings and status for the 4th: competition level 6.
> c4a.- competition level =3d 6
> c4b.- mode =3d dxpedition
> c4c.- time limit=3d 10
> c4d.- randomize=3d shuffle
> c4e.- status is automatically set by the program
> c5. settings and status for the 5th contest: competition level 9.
> c5a.- competition level =3d 9
> c5b.- mode =3d dxpedition
> c5c.- time limit=3d 10
> c5d.- randomize=3d shuffle
> c5e.- status is automatically set by the program
> note: desqualification:
> all those who attempt to modify settings, all those who try to use other =
> settings, other .ini or .ped files, will be automatically desqualified.
> the following hams will not take part in the championship
> 12.-results: final results will be sent to the following e-mail =
> reflectors: cq-contest(contesting.com), contest (qth.net), =
> lu-contesters(egroups.com), 599001(egroups.com), withing the following =
> 30 days after the 5th.contest.
> 13.certificates wil be awarded to the top ten scoring stations of the =
> championship and the top five clubs.
> 14. club competition: this particular contest is no exception, and =
> obviously there is a club competition.
> each participant, is allowed to declare his/her club afiliation in the =
> e-mail they submit the requested files, after every contest.
> they same criteria used in cq contest will be used to consider what a =
> club is.
> what follows are the rules of cq contest about club competition, thus =
> you must comply with them.
> cq ww dx contest rule "x"
> x. club competition:
> 1. the club must be a local group, and not a national organization
> 2.competition is limited to members operating within a local =
> geographic, area defined as within 275 km radius from the centr of the =
> club area......
> the dxpedition criteria won=b4t be considered, because no one of you =
> will travel to other country to use ped in this championship.
> 3. to be listed, a minimum of 3 logs.....
> there is no need to send a list of club members and their score, but if =
> you want, feel free to do so.
> we would like to thank je3mas for advice and tips to guarantee all =
> entrants logs security, to avoid log violations / change of settings, to =
> verify settings used by each entrant, etc.
> question and coments to firstname.lastname@example.org
> organized by lu-contesters and 599001 mail lists
> answers to the questions you will possibly ask, will be sent to all the =
> people who received the rules.
> feel free to re-send the rules to your friends and clubs. we thank you =
> in advance for promoting this championship.
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