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::.  RULES

AGCW QRP/QRP Party
Sponsored by
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Telegrafie e.V. (AGCW-DL)

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 Date:

Annually on May 1

 Time:

1300 - 1900 UTC

 Participants:

All licensed amateurs and SWLs, mode only CW (A1A).

The use of keyboards and automatic CW decoders is not allowed.

 Frequencies:

3.510 - 3.560 kHz, 7.010 - 7.040 kHz.

 Call:

CQ QRP

 Categories:

  • A: max. 5 W out or 10 W in
  • B: max. 10 W out or 20 W in

 Exchange:

RST + QSO-No./Category.

The QSO-Number is counting irrespectively from the band being in use.
Example: 579002/A

 Scoring:

  • Every QSO with the own country counts one point.
  • QSO made with countries outside the own one counts two points.

Each QSO with a class A station counts twice. A station is allowed to be worked only once per band.

SWL logs have to contain both callsigns and at least one report.

 Multipliers:

Each DXCC-Country counts one multiplier.

 Final Score:

QSO Points times Multipliers per Band.

The Final Score is the sum of the band results.

 Note:

Non observance of the rules will lead to disqualification!

All logs must contain a declaration that the contest rules have been respected.

Send SASE or SAE plus one IRC to receive a list of the results (Be sure to add your complete postal address). The results will also be posted to the AGCW board of the Packet Radio BBS network and to the AGCW home page.

Additionally, they will be published in ’AGCW-Info’.

 Logs:

Deadline is May 31.

Manager:

Mailing address:
Carsten Steinhoefel, DL1EFD
Puetzstraße 9
D-45144 ESSEN
GERMANY

E-Mail:

E-mail:
qrp-party@agcw.de

Date of info: 30 April, 2003
Original rules updated: 1 March, 2003
Source: AGCW Web Site
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