[CQ-Contest] PSK31 Contest Announcement
Antony J. Heatwole
aheatwole at hns.com
Thu Aug 31 10:10:21 EDT 2000
[Forwarded from PSK31 and WriteLog reflectors by Tony Heatwole, N3FX]
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2000 07:07:22 -0400
From: "Andrew J. O'Brien" <obrienaj at netsync.net>
Subject: Psk31 contest
Announcing the 2nd Annual CCCC PSK31 Contest:
Sponsored by the Chautauqua County Contest Club and the Digitalradio
DATE: 0000 UTC September 2, 2000 2359.59 UTC September 2, 2000
Objectives: Have fun and work as many PSK31 contacts from around the world
as you can!
Bands: 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 m.
A: Single Operator / All Band
B: Single Operator / Single Band
C: Multi Operator / Single TX / All Band
D: SWL / All Band
Single operator all band may also enter as a single band entry of their
DX spotting and alerting assistance is permitted in all classes.
PSK31: BPSK or QPSK ONLY (no PSK63F)
RST + QSO number, starting with 001.
QSO with own country, 5 points.
QSO with other countries in own continent 10 points.
QSO with other continents 15 points.
Same station can be worked once on each band.
In VK, VE, JA and W, each call area will count as separate country.
Each DXCC country on each band, including first contact with Australia,
Canada, Japan and USA. Additionally, each call area in VK, VE, JA and W will
count as one (1) multiplier on each band.
Stations operating from call areas other than their call ID, are asked to
use '/x' for their actual call area, i.e. K5DJ/1.
Software Support for Scoring: Contest supported by Mix32 software and
RCKRtty software. The contest uses SARTG WW RTTY Contest scoring format
which may be supported by other contest software .
Sum of QSO points x sum of multipliers = TOTAL SCORE.
E-certificates awarded to the top stations in each class, country and
district, if the number of QSOs is reasonable.
Due to cost, lost mail, printing hassles, returned mail , broken computers,
Murphy's law, and other difficulties , we will no longer send paper
certificates via regular mail
Logs: Logs must be submitted in ASCII format Use separate log sheets for
Log must show: BAND, DATE/TIME (UTC), CALLSIGN, EXCHANGE MESSAGE SENT and
RECEIVED, MULTIPLIERS, and QSO points.
Summary sheet must show scoring, class, your callsign, name and address.
Multi-Op stations must show the callsign and names of all operators
Please advise of any club participation, your score will be added to the
aggregated score of your club.
Your comments will be very much appreciated.
Logs must be received by October 30 to qualify.
Mail logs to:
E-mail: logs to obrienaj at netsync.net
or via regular mail to :
PSK CONTEST , Andrew O'Brien KB2EOQ, 9082 Concord Drive
Fredonia, NY 14063 . USA (NO GREEN STAMPS!!!)
Results published : Claimed Scores Page :
Thanks to Scandinavian Amateur Radio Teleprinter Group for contest format
World-Wide All Bands P43P
Europe -All Bands YU7YG
Asia - All Bands JA6UBK
N. America - All Bands NB1B
Africa - All Bands VQ9IO
Aus-NZ - All Bands VK2BGL
S-Central America- All Bands LV5V *
Single Band- World Wide 20M P43P
Single Band -World Wide 15M ER0F
Single Band-World Wide 10M G4ZKJ
Single Band- Europe 20M IT9GKQ
Single Band-Europe 15M ER0F
Single Band -Asia 20M JA3CMD
Single Band-Asia 15M JE3HHT
Single Band- N. America 20M K4GMH
Single Band -N. America 15M WB0TEV/5
Single Band -Australia/NZ 20M VK3EW
Single Band -South/Central America 20M HK3WGQ*
Single Band -South/Central America 15M PY3CRX
CQ-Contest on WWW: http://lists.contesting.com/_cq-contest/
Administrative requests: cq-contest-REQUEST at contesting.com
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