Sponsored by the Colorado QRP Club
When: 0300-0500Z Sunday, December 12, 1999 ***UTC***
For Continental US time zones this works out to:
Pacific: Saturday, Dec 12 7-9 pm
Mountain: Saturday, Dec 12 8-10 pm
Central: Saturday, Dec 12 9-11 pm
Eastern: Saturday, Dec 12 10pm - 12 midnight
Band: 40 Meters only
Power: 5 watts maximum for all entrants
(QRO stations are encouraged
to join the run, but we can't
accept your logs as a contest entry. QRP stations can work
Classes: Based on antenna type!
W - Single element wire (includes dipole, random
wires, Zepp, doublet,
inverted "V", slopers, single element loops, inverted "L", etc.)
V - Verticals (includes single element, ground
vertical, anything with vertical polarization and omnidirectional
B - Multi-element arrays/beams (includes beams,
phased verticals, V-beams, rhombics, etc.)
If you are not sure about your antenna class, send us a description
via email and we'll let you know. Operations may be conducted with different
antennas provided all antennas used are in the same class.
Exchange: RST + State/Province/Country + Antenna Class + CQC # or Power
Example: 549 CO W NR154 or 559 VA V 5W
Multiple Contacts: The same station may be worked up to three times
the contest, provided there is a minimum of 30 minutes
between QSOs with the same station.
Scoring: 3 points per QSO, the first time each station is
2 points for the second time the same station is worked.
1 point for the third time the same station is worked.
Multipliers: SPCs and the number of CQC members worked.
Second and third contacts with the same station, if made, do not
count as multipliers.
Total Score: QSO Points X SPCs X Members = Total Score
AWARDS: Certificates will be awarded to the highest scoring station
in each antenna class, and the highest scoring station in each SPC.
LOGS: Submit logs showing time UTC, callsign, exchange received
QSO points for each station worked.
0305 W0CQC CO S 5W 3 1
0312 K5AB TX V 154W 3
0336 W0CQC CO S 5W 2 0
Also include a summary sheet
giving your name, call sign, antenna
class, mailing address, a calculation of your total score. Also
include an alphabetical listing of claimed multipliers and a
description of equipment and power used. Comments are also welcome.
Logs must be postmarked or e-mailed no later than 30 days post contest.
Colorado QRP Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 17174
Golden, CO 80402-6019
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