We'll need volunteers to operate Colorado QRP Club call signs WØCQC and NØCQC to provide lucky operators with extra bonus points throughout the contest! Although each call sign can be transmitted simultaneously they need to be under the control of different operators at different locations.
This is a great opportunity to learn a bit about contesting during a short (and pleasant) two hour sprint so why not volunteer? (Contact Webmaster)
December 10 - 21:00 through 22:59 UTC, 2017 [2 hours]
(2 Hours on Sunday afternoon, 14:00-15:59 MST, North America)
20 meters only (on or around 14.060 MHz - please spread out as needed)
try "CQ SR"
5 Watts maximum for anyone wishing to submit a log for scoring.
(Those not wishing to compete can run any amount of power authorized by law although we'd still like to encourage you to use QRP!)
RST and SPC (State, Province, or Country)
Example: 559 CO
1 point for each contact with any station (one time each).
5 points, each (for a total of 10 points), for contacting WØCQC and/or NØCQC
Submit logs showing time, callsign worked, exchange, and QSO points for each station worked.Log Example:
Call Sign RST/RST SPC QSO Points 2104 WØCQC 579/579 CO 5 2131 KH6JDO 439/559 HI 1 2140 NØCQC 599/589 CO 5 2237 WN6CDA 589/589 CA 1 2250 WBØJNR 599/599 CO 1 Total 13
Please exclude all duplicate contacts and advise us of your power output. Although not required, we would also appreciate
a description of your equipment, antenna(s), location (QTH), and if you were using a renewable energy source (solar, wind,
hydro, geothermal, etc.) Please provide a current email address.
Logs must be emailed no later than 30 days after the contest. Logs received after this deadline will be used as check logs only.
Email soapbox comments logs (in spreadsheet format like the above example) to:
Vince Kumagai, KIØRB email@example.com
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