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MagaZine - Free and Open Source Software

Robert Baker WB2G FE

75 Windsor Dr.

Ateo NJ 08004

CRP ARCI ANNUAL esc PARTY

2000 GMT Aprll18 to

0200 GMT April 20

The contest is open 10 all

amateurs and all ere eligible for

the awards. Stations may be

worked once per band for aso

and mu ltiplier credits.

EXCHANGE:

Members-AST, state-crcvince-country,

and OAP number.

Non-Membera-c-R'S'I, statecrovmce-countrv.

power input.

SCORING:

Each member aso counts 3

points. Non-member oscs are 2

po ints, and station s other than

WNE count 4 polntseaeh. Multipliers

are as follows: More than

100 Watts input, x 1; 30-100

Apr 4·5

Apr 8-9

Apr 11 ·1 2

Apr 15·1 6

Apr 18-19

Apr 18-20

Apr 25-26

May 2·3

May 9·10

May 10

May 16-18

May 23·24

Jun 6-7

Aug 8·9

Aug 15-16

Sep 12-13

Sep 12·13

Sap 12·14

Sap 26

Nov 8

Nov 14·15

Dec 26·31

CONTESTS

Watts, )(1 .5; 10-30 Watts, x 2;

J.l0 Walts, x 4; '·3 Watts, x S;

less than 1 Watt input, x 10.

Final score is total aso

points times total number 01

states-provinces-countries per

band limes the power multiplier.

FREQUENCIES:

CALENDAR

Novlce- 371 0, 7110, 21110,

281 10,

88B-1810 , 3985, 7285,

14285,21385,28885,50385.

CW-1810, 3560, 7040, 14060,

21060,28060,50060.

Try SSB on even hours, and

don't forget Novice frequencies.

AWARDS:

Certificates to the highest

scoring slation in each state,

province, or country with two or

more entries. Other awards will

be given depending on activity.

One certificate to highest scoring

NovlcefTechnican overall.

One certificate for th e sta tion

showing three skip contacts using

the lowest power.

LOGS AND ENTRI ES:

Send full log data, including

full name, address, and bands

used, equipment, antennas, and

power used, Entrants desi ring

results sheet and scores, please

ARRL Open CD Party-Phone

DXlYL to NAlYL Contest-CW

ARRL Open CO Party-CW

OXlYL to NAlYL Contest-Phone

YL ISSB aso Party-Phone

aRP aso Party

Helvetia Contest

County Hunters SSB Contest

Rocky Mountain Division aso Party

DARC Corona 10-Meter RTTY

Michigan aso Party

Europe and Africa Giant RnY Flash

VKJZUOceanla RTTY OX Contest

European OX Contest-CW

SARTG Wortdwlde RTTY Contest

European OX Contest-Phone

G.QRP·Club CW Actlylty Weekend

Washington State aso Party

OARC Corona 1().Meter RTTY

OARC Corona 1().Meter RTTY

European OX Contest-RTTY

G-QRP-Club Winter Sports

enclose a busrness-eeee envelope

with sufficient return postage.

Logs must be received by

May 20th to qualify. Send all

log s and data to: QRP ARCI Contest

Chairman, William W.

Dickerson WA2JOC, 352 Crampton

Drive, Monroe MI 48161.

YL ISSB aso PARTY-PHONE

0001 GMT April 18 to

2359 GMT April 19

Two six-hour rest periods are

req uired. Operating categories

Include: single operator, OXJWK

teams, and YUOM teams. Ail

bands will be used, and the

same station may be contacted

on different bands for contact

points but not as country multipliers.

Two meters may be used,

but contacts must be direct and

not through repeaters.

EXCHA NGE:

Name, RS, SSBer number,

country, state, and partner's

call. If no partner,leave blank. If

non-member, send "No Number."

FREQUENCIES:

3925, 7290, 14332, 21373,

28673. Listen for OX on 3765 and

7090. Listen for VK on 3690 on

75-meter phone, as their top frequency

Is 3700. It is requested

that stations spread out to

rel ieve congestion on 14332.

Use frequencies from 14280 to

14345. Remember the nets on

14313 and 14336. Also OX stations

use 14160 to 14190 for contacts

among themselves.

SCORING:

RESULTS

1980 MICHIGAN aso PARTY

Michlylln

W8PBO

ta.6OO

K8RO 87.235

WAlVNZ 68..70

weyv

sz..ws

KaAQM

SOMO

WAIMAM

5O,1SO

W..uoAF 42,9-48

N8ADWIII 41,1120

WBllAYW 40,8115

WB8ZJ L 37,520

Oul·of-Stal.

VE3DAP 17,784

K3HB 1.,1120

W1AQE 8,244

WMBZW 7,440

NIBNW 6,840

W3PYZ 5.740

W1ULC 5.565

WOllSBR 5,066

U CWl2 4,538

N3AHA 2,938

Score five points for each

member contacted on any continent.

Non-member contacts

count one point. Only member

station contacts count lormultipliers.

MultIpliers are each

state, country, and province.

Also, each team contacted, but

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Continued on page 117

RESULTS

1980 HELVETIA CONTEST

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OH9NV

OH3P 8

OK3KFF

OK1AVO

ON7YO

OZlBlO

PA3AFF

SM4CGM

S PflARY

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UK4PNZ

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UKSlBM

UK2WAF

UOSOWC

UP2BAW

UQ2MF

AU2ACU

V02BEO

YU2CAM

YU3A1J

Y43ZNlA

EU'DJM

OXSta~

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16,972

10.455

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17,MO

1257

5,'24

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15.147

13,572

."" 6,318

10.688

r.aeo

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4,817

35.787

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EA9GT 3.812

JAIAON

11.8&4

JT1AN 105

OMlP

)!MI

OD5LX 924

PY4Kl 7.1

UA9CAL 22,320

U06CN 2,1150

UJ&JA5 578

UL7QF

1.ll8O

UMIMBA

S40

V£2WA 2.Y2

VE3HNO 351

VE4MF

Il60

VESJQ 62.

V01AW 11,172

VK3AEW 2.592

KA1EP 11,894

N2UN 15.875

W3AAK 10.701

wsce,

2l),!.32

WSEU 187

WW A ' .120

W1UlC

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W80 A 10.082

AEtX 270

W'LHS 108

HB9BAW.fX 20,352

9G1KL 2.304

14 73 Magazine . April, 1981

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