CQ WW VHF 2019 6m og 2m 20-21 juli

Published: Wednesday, 17 July 2019

CQ Logo Den 20-21 juli er det igjen tid for CQ WW VHF ContestCQ Logo

 

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Bånd: 6m og 2m

Tid: 1800 UTC til 2100 UTC

Klasser:

  1. Single Operator - All Band. Only one signal allowed at any one time; the operator may change bands at any time.
  2. Single Operator - Single Band. Only one signal allowed at any one time.
  3. Single-Operator - All-Band QRP. There are no location restrictions - home or portable - for stations running 10 watts output or less.
  4. Hilltopper. This is a single-op QRP portable category for an all-band entry limited in time to a maximum of 6 continuous hours. Backpackers and portables who do not want to devote resources and time to the full contest period are encouraged to participate, especially to activate rare grids. Any power source is acceptable.
  5. Rover. A Rover station is one manned by no more than two operators, travels to more than one grid location, and signs "Rover" or "/R" with no more than one callsign.
  6. Multi-Op. A multi-op station is one with two or more operators and may operate 6 and 2 meters simultaneously with only one signal per band.

 

Rapportering: Kallesignal og 4 bokstaver for lokator f.eks LA1XYZ JP50

 

Poeng beregning: 

1 poeng for hver QSO på 6m og 2 poeng per QSO på 2m.

 

i.e.

One (1) point per QSO on 50 MHz and two (2) points per QSO on 144 MHz. Work stations once per band, regardless of mode. Multiply total QSO points times total number of grid locators (GL) worked.

Rovers: For each new grid locator visited, contacts and grid locators count as new. Final Rover score is the sum of contact points made from each grid locator times the sum of all grid locators worked from all grids visited.

Example 1. K1GX works stations as follows:

50 QSOs (50 x 1 = 50) and 25 GLs (25 multipliers) on 50 MHz
35 QSOs (35 x 2 = 70) and 8 GLs (8 multipliers) on 144 MHz

K1GX has 120 QSO points (50 + 70 = 120) x 33 multipliers
(25 + 8 = 33) = 3,960 total points.

Example 2. W9FS/R works stations as follows:

From EN52: 50 QSOs (50 x 1 = 50) and 25 GLs (25 multipliers) on 50 MHz
From EN52: 40 QSOs (40 x 2 = 80) and 10 GLs (10 multipliers) on 144 MHz
From EN51: 60 QSOs (60 x 1 = 60) and 30 GLs (30 multipliers) on 50 MHz
From EN51: 20 QSOs (20 x 2 = 40) and 5 GLs (5 multipliers) on 144 MHz

W9FS/R has 230 QSO points (50 + 80 + 60 + 40) x 70 multipliers
(25 + 10 + 30 + 5) = 16,100 total points

Logger:

Logger må sendes innen 27 juli til epostadresse This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. og heading Kallesignal 

Log entries must be submitted by July 27, 2019 to be eligible for awards. Submit your electronic log in the Cabrillo format created by all major logging programs. Send via e-mail attachment to < This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. >. Subject line:Callsign [the call used in the contest] only.

 

 

 

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