Signed original logs (or copies of original logs) must be submitted separately for CW and SSB. Single operator and multi-single logs must be submitted in chronological order. Multi-operator multi-transmitter stations use separate serial numbers for each band.
Logs to be filled in the following order:
Date and time UTC, Band, Station worked, Exchange sent, Exchange received, Multipliers and Points.
SWL-log must contain:
Date and time UTC, Band, Station heard, Message sent by Station heard, SWLs own report, Station worked by Station heard, Multipliers and Points.
All entries must be followed by a summary sheet showing station callsign, contest category, name of operator(s) and address. Indicate number of QSOs per band less duplicates, number of duplicates per band, multipliers per band, QSO-points per band and final score. A Single Op. log not showing the power category will be counted as High Power.
All entrants must submit a multiplier check list for each band with more than 200 QSOs.
DUPLICATE CHECK LIST.
Possible duplicate QSOs must be shown in the log and counted for zero (0) points. Each entrant shall submit a duplicate check list for each band with more than 200 QSOs. Duplicate check list to contain worked stations listed e.g. by DXCC-countries.
Electronic submission of logs is encouraged - and in fact required - for all top scoring entrants and all who use a computer to log or prepare the logs. The CABRILLO format is preferred. Please ensure that you fill out all of the header information. If you submit a CABRILLO log, no additional summary sheet is required. (However, if you like to compare your claimed scores with others before the final results are published, you are encouraged to enclose your summary sheet as well).
CLICK HERE for more information on the CABRILLO format.
If you cannot submit a CABRILLO log, you may submit the ASCII output from most of the popular logging programs such as LAØFX, NA, OH2GI, SD, TR and Writelog. If the log is not in CABRILLO format, a separate summary sheet is required. Please name your files with yourcall and the file type.
Example: 7S3A submits a CABRILLO file. It should be named 7S3A.LOG. If 7S3A chose to submit a non CABRILLO file such as TRs .dat file, he should name the log file 7S3A.DAT and the summary file should be 7S3A.SUM.
Logs sent on disk should be on 3.5", 1.44 Mb disks.
Logs submitted via e-mail should in the Subject: line include mode (CW or SSB), your callsign and the category you are entering, e.g., SOMBHP, SOMBLP, MOST, etc.
All logs received via e-mail will be confirmed via e-mail.
Basic rules: Only one QSO on each line. Each line must contain following information: Date and Time (full) UTC, Band, Mode, Station worked, Sent (full) exchange, Received (full) exchange, Multiplier (if applicable) and Points (dupes to be marked with (0) zero).
Computerized logs must be checked for typing accuracy. Please leave all your QSOs in the log, dupes included. The log checking software will find the dupes and mark them with zero points.
If you send log on disc, paper log is not mandatory. Summary sheet must always be on paper (not when using e-mail). Disc must be clearly labelled with call, contest name, class and date of the contest. CW and SSB portion can be on same disc. Please use file-names like: OH9A.DAT or OH9A.CW or OH9A.SSB and OH9A.SUM