[CQ-Contest] PSK31 Contest

George Fremin III geoiii at kkn.net
Wed Apr 14 16:00:45 EDT 1999

The 1st Annual TARA PSK31 Rumble

 Sponsored by the Troy ARA.

 Time:    April 17th 00:00z through 24:00z
 Exchange:     Name and State/ Prov/ DX send DXCC country prefix.
 Categories:   Run only single transmitter/ single operator.
               Novice / Tech add suffix /X

 Normal Category ---- 100 watts MAX.
 Great Category ------ 20 watts MAX.
 Super Category ------ 5 watts MAX.

 Band: 3.600 to 3.675 kHz, 7.080 to 7.100 kHz, 14.100 to 14.150 kHz,
       21.100 to 21.150 kHz, 28.100 to 28.300 kHz and 50.100 to
       54.000 kHz 
  NOTE: Please keep to these frequency recommendations leaving the
        'normal' PSK calling frequencies to 'non contest' PSKers.

 1. QSO Points:
     Stations can be worked once on each band for points. Each QSO
     scores 1 point. Novice/Tech multiply QSO points by 5.
 2. Multipliers:
     All DXCC Countries and call areas of W, VE, JA, and VK on each
     band. Category 'Great' multiply by 2. Category 'Super' multiply by 5.
 3. Scoring:
     QSO point (calculated as 1. above) x Multipliers (calculated as 2.

     Post, Band and Number of QSO's for each band, and Claimed Score
     to: psk at n2ty.org  by 1st May 1999.

     Include Category Worked, your Name, Callsign and any comments!

     Certificates/Awards to 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each category. 1st, 2nd
     and 3rd in Novice entry and an award for US States Clean Sweep....


George Fremin III                 
Johnson City, Texas             "Experiment trumps theory." 
K5TR (ex.WB5VZL)                            -- Dave Leeson W6NL
geoiii at kkn.net                             

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