Bill Tippett btippett at
Thu Jul 17 23:09:09 EDT 2003


from Ian Godsil VK3JS, Contest Manager

Saturday, 19 July, 2003 0800 - 1100 UTC

Object: P2, ZL and VK stations to make as many contacts as possible on 160
metres. DX stations are encouraged to participate, but may only work P2, ZL
or VK.

Categories: Single Operator; Multi-operator; SWL

Sections: CW only; SSB only; MIXED

Frequencies: CW: 1810 - 1840 kHz

SSB: 1843 - 1875 kHz

(Note: Guard band 1840 - 1843 kHz. Contacts not permitted)

Exchange: RS(T) plus serial number beginning at 001.

Reworking: To make best use of time, stations may be reworked once per mode
in each hour, provided that the contacts are not consecutive.

Score: For P2, ZL, VK -

One point for QSO with own call area;

two points for other call areas in ZL or VK;

three points for Pacific Islands (ZK1, VK9)

For stations outside P2, ZL, VK or Pacific Islands -

five points per QSO.

Multiplier: For P2, ZL, VK -

total number of VK, ZL and P2 call areas worked once per band, plus OTHER
DXCC countries.

For stations outside P2, ZL, VK -

total number of P2, ZL and VK call areas worked.

Final Score: Total QSO points times total multipliers.

Certificates: to top scorers in each mode, call area of ZL and VK and in
each DXCC country.

Logs: Please show full QSO details of call worked; mode; time UTC; exchange.
Include Summary Sheet showing operator's callsign; name; mailing address;
category and section entered; points claimed and a signed Declaration.

Logs submitted electronically need only show operator's name in lieu of
signature, but must show all other information.

Send Logs: 1. By mail to -

Ian Godsil VK3JS,

363 Nepean Highway,

CHELSEA, 3196,


2. By e-mail in ASCII/Cabrillo format to: 
<>vk3js at

by 16 August, 2003

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