Here's how we announced the 'test back then:
Join the fun!
February 25 - 0100 through 0259 UTC (2 hours)
(Sunday evening, February 24th, North America local time)
CW Only - 3.560 7.040 14.060 MHz
Don't forget! There's an extra 1,000 "bonus" points for working either
NØCQC or WØCQC (1,000 points max, even if you work both...)
RST, state/province/DXCC country, first name, and CQC member # or power output.
Example: 579 CO Jim NR 04
CW only - no subclasses.
CW- CQC member 6 pts, non-member 4 pts
Total Score = QSO Points x Multipliers x Names
*Bonus points for working Club Station WØCQC - Add 1000
points to your FINAL score for working WØCQC
The same station may be worked on different bands for additional QSO points and
multipliers. Contacts on the same band using a different mode counts for QSO
points, but not as an additional multiplier
Stations involved in the comptetition must use 5 Watts or less output, CW. However,
it's okay to work other stations that are running more than 5 Watts. The idea is that
if you submit your log, competitevly, you need to run 5 Watts or less output power.
To Be Determined, Highest Score in each class
Submit within 30 days of contest's conclusion to: email@example.com
Please show the following:
Band, time UTC, station called, RST rec'd, SPC rec'd, Name rec'd,
Memb.# rec'd (or power out if not CQC member), multiplier, QSO points.
Include a score recap line or sheet.
Please include an alphabetical dupe sheet showing times and calls of
multiple contact stations, SPC’s and CQC Member numbers. Also include
a description of your equipment, antenna(s) used, and power output.
All submissions for CQC contests, sprints, and QSO parties must indicate
indicate entry class including e-mail 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 contest questions, soapbox comments, and ASCII text files to:
Vince Kumagai, KIØRB
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