[CQ-Contest] This Saturday is the North American QSO Party on RTTY

Victor Androsov victor.androsov at gmail.com
Wed Feb 21 20:22:27 EST 2018

Hi all,

The Contest Online Score Board link to the NAQP RTTY contest
There is also NAQP RTTY board on the http://cqcontest.net/view/readscore.php
as well.

As you may have noticed during the last ARRL DX CW both real scoring sites
were sharing 100% of incoming postings. That was an outstanding historical
event - Real Score Cluster in action! There were over 350 entries were on
both boards. Great thanks to Dmitry, R4WW and Bruce, WA7NMB who were
working hard to make this happened!

I have just one small reminder regarding all the incoming contests. The
most effective way to send your score to the cluster is to configure your
logger with the distribution server link. See
for more details.

73 es GL in the contest!


The https://contestonlinescore.com/ member

On 20 February 2018 at 17:25, K6UFO Mark Aaker <k6ufo at arrl.net> wrote:

> The North American QSO Party on RTTY will be Saturday Feb 24, 2018.
> Its a friendly party with an exchange of Name and State (Province/Country).
> Party-time is 1800 UTC February 24 to 0600 UTC February 25, 2018.
> California-time that's Saturday February 24 from 10 AM to 10 PM PST.
> Five bands, 10m to 80m. QSOs and Multipliers count again on each band!
> "Move" someone to another band for more Points and Multipliers!
> Single-operators can use up to 10 of 12 hours, 100 watts, and no
> assistance.
> Multi-operators can operate all 12 hours, 100 watts, WITH assistance.
> Rules, records, results and more at the National Contest Journal:
> <http://ncjweb.com/naqp/>  http://ncjweb.com/naqp/
> Any club or group of friends can form a Team of two to five
> single-operators.
> Register your Team before the contest starts at the "Team Registration"
> link at:
> <http://ncjweb.com/rttynaqpteamreg/>  http://ncjweb.com/rttynaqpteamreg/
> RTTY Practice will be available on Thursday and Friday night:
> Thursday night, there is the weekly NCCC Sprint on RTTY:
> 5:45 PM PST (0145 UTC Friday) for 30 minutes.
> This follows the North American Sprint exchanges and NS rules.
> <http://ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html> http://ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html
> Friday night, February 23 we'll have an actual NAQP RTTY Practice:
> 9:30PM EST, 6:30PM PST, (0230 UTC Saturday) for 30 minutes.
> Use your NAQP messages and the bands that are open for you:
> 14.080, 7080 and 3580 kHz and up as needed.
> Then, the NAQP starts Saturday morning, 1800 UTC (10AM PST).
> After the contest, upload your log on the NCJ's "Upload Logs" page,
> which helps you get full credit for your efforts.
> <http://ncjweb.com/naqplogsubmit/>  http://ncjweb.com/naqplogsubmit/
> Logs are due in 5 days, ending Friday March 2 at 0600UTC.
> I am also interested in any good stories and photos of your operation,
> especially photos of the happy operator, or group of operators.
> See you on RTTY, Saturday February 24, 2018.
> Mark Aaker K6UFO
> NAQP RTTY Contest Manager
> k6ufo at arrl dot net
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