w9sz at prairienet.org
Tue Feb 13 00:35:09 EST 1996
>ps: W3ZZ came to your defense on the VHF test callsign
>discussion. Now I know why: you 2 eat anchovies together.
>Of all the things I've put in my mouth, I can't stomach
>anchovies and escargot.
Is this finally the big carefully-guarded secret of the big-time CONTESTERS?
"A pizza to go, hold the anchovies? I'm afraid you have the wrong number...
I spell my name -- DANGER!"
>From Mr. Brett Graham" <bagraham at HK.Super.NET Tue Feb 13 06:35:48 1996
From: Mr. Brett Graham" <bagraham at HK.Super.NET (Mr. Brett Graham)
Date: Tue, 13 Feb 1996 14:35:48 +0800 (HKT)
Subject: 3rd Asia-Pacific Sprint
Message-ID: <199602130635.OAA06942 at is1.hk.super.net>
The Asia-Pacific Sprint Contest Committee would like to announce the third
running of this spectacular radiosporting event:
Objective: For stations outside the Asia-Pacific region to work as many
Asia-Pacific stations as possible within the 2 hour time limit.
For stations inside the Asia-Pacific region to work as many
stations as possible, anywhere in the world, within the 2 hour
(A complete list of the Asia-Pacific countries is defined below)
Winners: Each DXCC country, each continent plus one overall.
Winners receive a cool Asia-Pacific contest T-shirt.
(Sponsorship of prizes is solicited - if interested, please
send an e-mail to ap-sprint at dumpty.nal.go.jp)
Date: 24 March 1996 (future events will be held on the second Saturday of
February [8 Feb 97], the second Saturday of June [9 June 96] & the
third Saturday of October [20 Oct 96])
Time: 1230-1430 UTC
Bands: 20m & 40m only
Mode: CW only
Power limit: 150W output
Entry categories: Single operator, Single radio only
Contest exchange: RST + Serial number beginning with 001
Duplicate contacts: Same station may be worked only once on the per band
Multipliers: Prefixes per WPX rules (once only - not once per band)
QSY rule: Called station (usually CQer) QSYs at least 1 kHz after a QSO
Final Score: Number of QSOs x Multipliers
Asia-Pacific countries for this contest (coutries from Asia side Pacific
Rim to 180 degrees longitude):
3D2(all), 1S/9M0, 9M2, 9M6/8, 9V, BV, BV9(Pratas), BY, BS(Scarborough),
C2, DU, FK8, FW, H4, HL, HS, JA, JD1/Ogasawara, JD1/Marcus, KC6(Belau),
KH2, KH9, KH0, P29, T2, T30, T33, UA0, V6/KC6, V7, V85, VK1-9(all except
VK9X & VK9Y), VS6, XU, XV/3W, XX9, YB, YJ, ZL(all except Chatham & Kermadec)
Results will be posted to: CQ-CONTEST at TGV.com
AP-SPRINT at dumpty.nal.go.jp
CQ Contest Magazine
Rules and results will be distributed by an automated info-server.
Send a request e-mail to: info-contest at dumpty.nal.go.jp
with the command in the body: #get ap-sprint.rule
All logs must contain complete QSO information plus a summary sheet
and your T-shirt size. Electronic logs are gladly accepted by e-mail! The
log & summary sheet must be in ASCII format (no binary files, please).
Sample entry format is shown below.
Post your entry to:
JAs - Tack Kumagai non-JAs - James Brooks
P O BOX 22 15 Balmoral Road #03-08
Mitaka Singapore 259801
Tokyo 181 SINGAPORE
Email: 9v1yc at equator.lugs.org.sg
Log deadline: E-mail - 72 hours after end of contest
Post - Postmarked no later than 7 days after contest
Sample Summary Sheet
ASIA PACIFIC CW SPRINT CONTEST
BAND QSOs POINTs PREFIXES
(TYPE or PRINT)
Any ASCII file output from CT/TRLOG/NA/ZLOG etc logging software
will be accepted.
BAND MM/DD/YY HHMM CALLSIGN RSTNR RSTNR NEW POINT
SENT RCVD MULT
20 09/30/95 1310 JE1CKA 599001 59917 JE1 1
40 09/30/95 1312 9V1YC 599002 59916 9V1 1
40 09/30/95 1316 VS6BG 599003 59922 VS6 1
20 09/30/95 1317 JE1JKL 599004 59931 1
73, VS6BrettGraham aka VR2BG bagraham at hk.super.net
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