[CQ-Contest] AGCW-QRP Winter/Summer Contest
Felix J. Riess
felix at dl5xl.de
Tue Dec 26 05:39:27 EST 2000
AGCW - QRP Winter/Summer Contest
QRP WINTER CONTEST: 1st complete weekend in January (January 6-7, 2001)
QRP SUMMER CONTEST: 3rd complete weekend in July (July 21-22, 2001)
Time: Saturday 1500 UTC to Sunday 1500 UTC.
One or more breaks of a total length of 9 hours must be
taken. The longest one of the breaks must be at least
five hours long.
Participants: All licensed amateurs and SWLs. Single-OP only, only
one single TX and one single RX or one single TRX is
allowed at any given time. Mode is only CW (A1A). The
use of keyboards and automatic CW decoders is not
Call: CQ QRP TEST
Klassen: VLP: Very Low Power = max. 1W Output or 2W Input
QRP: Classic QRP = max. 5W Output or 10W Input
MP: Moderate Power = max. 25W Output or 50W Input
QRO: High Power = more than 25W Output or 50W Input
Exchange: RST, QSO-number, category e.g. 579001/QRP
Bands: 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m
Scoring: QRO station with QRO station: 0 points
QRO station with MP station: 2 points
QRO station with QRP station: 2 points
QRO station with VLP station: 2 points
MP station with MP station: 2 points
MP station with QRP station: 2 points
MP station with VLP station: 2 points
QRP station with QRP station: 3 points
QRP station with VLP station: 3 points
VLP station with VLP station: 3 points
Multipliers: one multiplier point for every DXCC country per band
Final Score: Sum of QSO-points multiplied by sum of multiplier
points of all bands used
Logs: Columns: UTC, Call, exchange sent, exchange received,
multiplier points, QSO points. Separate log sheets for
each band are required.
Cover sheet: own call, address rig and power used in
the contest, final score claimed, word of honor to have
obeyed this contest's rules, operator's signature.
Violation of the rules of the contest will be deemed
sufficient cause for disqualification.
There are awards for the first, second and third place
in each class and placement cards for each entrant.
Deadline: February 10 resp. August 31 (arriving date at contest
manager's address!). Checklogs are welcome as well as
any comments by participants.
Send SASE or SAE plus one IRC to receive a list of the
results (Be sure to add your complete postal address).
The results will also be posted to the AGCW board of
the Packet Radio BBS network and to the AGCW home page.
Additionally, they will be published in 'AGCW-Info'.
Manager: Lutz Noack, DL4DRA
E-Mail: qrp-test at agcw.de
Note: Rules will be revised in 2002.
CQ-Contest on WWW: http://lists.contesting.com/_cq-contest/
Administrative requests: cq-contest-REQUEST at contesting.com
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