|"Vytautas Magnus trophy" rules|
|Written by Ricardas (LY2FN)|
|Thursday, 11 March 2010 18:55|
New Year "Vytautas Magnus Trophy" contest
Organizer: Vytautas Magnus University Radio Club - VMU RC
The purpose: to glorify the name of Vytautas Magnus, to increase the activity of the Club members, to promote HF and VHF ham radio.
Date and time: annually, the first Sunday after the New Year, at 0700- 0800 UTC.
Bands: 80m and 2m. Frequencies :
Modes: CW, Phone (SSB, FM)
Participants: any licensed amateur radio station or SWL from Lithuania or other country.
In the Single Op entry only one signal may be transmitted at any time.
Exchange: RS(T) + QSO serial number (starting with 001) + six character WW grid square locator (i.e. KO14XV). The serial numbering shall be continuous through all bands.
Points: 1 point for each QSO.
One QSO per each mode on each band is permitted with the same station.
A QSO will still be counted as valid where another station has not submitted a contest log, but has made at least two more QSOs with other stations, and these QSOs have been reported in their relevant logs.
Contacts via active repeaters are not permitted.
Multiplier: different WW grid square locators worked separately on each band.
Total score: Sum of QSO points on both bands multiplied by the sum of multipliers on both bands.
Short Wave Listeners (SWL):
For paper logs:
Log shall contain a callsign and a name of participant, contest category, name of the Club entry, WW locator, number of QSOs, claimed score and a declaration that the entrant has operated strictly in accordance with the rules of the contest and within conditions of the license.
QSO log may look as follows:
Band Time Call Sent Received
The name of the log file must contain your CALL and file extension shall denote the data format (call.xxx). Accepted data formats (xxx) are: cbr- cabrillo, log - CGLOG, dat- n6tr, txt - plain ASCII text.
- Certificate of participant (in electronic format) will be awarded everyone entrant who make 10 confirmed Qso and sent a electroic log
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