[CQ-Contest] WRTC-2014 event scores for Russian DX Contest

w7dra at juno.com w7dra at juno.com
Tue Mar 15 21:47:57 PDT 2011

i wrote a piece about working a contest in a QSO limited division, CQWPX
SOSB 80 QRP, keymans club of japan 160 meter contest, my latest CQWW
SOSB160 QRP, where modern transievers, computer logging, accurate
frequency determination are all unnecessary. having a large antenna and a
quiet receiving set up is important though........

i went head to head with K7SS SOSB 160 QRP, with all his modern equipment
against my NC183 and ARC5 VFO we tied or i beat him depending - all
amounting to time in the chair, he wanted to go up and work the higher

i would think there are a lot of DLs living in three story walk up
apartments with a TS820 and a dipole, with his internet connection down
at the local library..............

there are a lot of amateurs who dont make much noise but contribute

mike w7dra

On Tue, 15 Mar 2011 20:48:11 -0700 <kzerohb at gmail.com> writes:
> Will amateurs be eligible to compete for any awards?
> 73, de Hans, K0HB/K7
> "Just a boy and his radio"
> -----Original Message----- 
> From: K1to at aol.com
> Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 11:50 AM
> To: wrtc2014 at lists.wrtc2014.org ; cq-contest at contesting.com
> Subject: [CQ-Contest] WRTC-2014 event scores for Russian DX Contest
> The Russian DX Contest Committee recently announced a rule change 
> effective
> with this coming weekend's RDXC.  Specifically, in order to qualify 
> for an
> award, logs must be submitted within 36 hours and also include an 
> accurate
> frequency for each QSO.  Any log that does not meet either criteria 
> will
> place no higher than 4th in its category and be ineligible for 
> awards. 
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