Januari, 2012

  • 9 Januari

    Contesters’ Code of Conduct

    http://www.dx-code.org/contest.htmlContesters’ Code of Conduct                                                • The primary aim of a contest QSO is to exchange only the essential QSO information (normally callsigns, reportsand contest-specific information such as …

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  • 7 Januari

    DARC 10m-Contest – Official Rules

    http://www.darc.de/referate/dx/contest/10m/en/rules/DARC 10m-Contest – Official RulesRev. 10th Dec 2011, DK9TN The Deutscher Amateur-Radio-Club (DARC) has the honor to invite radio amateurs all over the world to participate in the annual DARC 10m contest. Contest period 2nd Sunday of January, 0900-1059 UTC, 8th January 2012 Band and modes CW : 28.000 to 28.190 …

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  • 7 Januari

    THE EUROPEAN CW ASSOCIATION

    http://www.eucw.org/eu160.htmlTHE EUROPEAN CW ASSOCIATION ON5ME-EUCW 160m CW party To promote an increase in activity throughout Europe and even the World, the Union Francaise des Telegraphistes has proposed a joint Top-Band contest. The date is normally the first weekend of January each year except when the 1st January falls on the …

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  • 7 Januari

    2012 ARRL RTTY Roundup Rules

    http://www.arrl.org/rtty-roundup 2012 ARRL RTTY Roundup Rules 1. Objective:  Amateurs worldwide contact and exchange QSO information with other amateurs using digital modes (Baudot RTTY, ASCII, AMTOR, PSK31 and Packet— attended operation only) on 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 meter bands. Any station may work any other station. Stations may be worked …

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  • 6 Januari

    DXCC Rules

    http://www.arrl.org/rules DXCC Rules The DXCC List is based on Clinton B. DeSoto’s, W1CBD, landmark 1935 QST article, “How to Count Countries Worked, A New DX Scoring System.” DeSoto’s article discussed problems DXers had in determining how to count the DX, or entities, they had worked. He presented the solution that …

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