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13th Stew Perry Topband Distance Challenge - 2008

15. srpna 2008 v 13:59 | Petr, OK1RP |  Home
   13th STEW PERRY TOPBAND DISTANCE CHALLENGE - RULES   
      
   PLEASE NOTE:   
   Effective in 2008, the low power and QRP score multipliers have   
   been changed to 1.5 and 3. This does not affect the QSO point   
   multiplier that is received for working low power or QRP stations,   
   which remains at 2 and 4.   
      
   1. Contest period:  1500Z December 27th to 1500Z December   
   28th,2008. Operate for a maximum of 14 hours.  Off times are   
   30 minutes minimum and a maximum of four off periods are   
   permitted.   
   A separate warm-up even will be held on October 18th/19th with   
   the same time period and entry categories.   
      
   2. Bands and mode: 160 meters CW only.   
   
3. Categories: Single operator or multi-operator. Remote or
   Cluster spotting shall not be used.  All transmitting and receiving   
   antennas used must be within 100 km of each other.  Use of   
   skimmer like devices are okay for the multi-operator category only.   
   
4. Exchange: Four character grid square (i.e. CN85).
   
5. QSO Points: The number of QSO points for each contact depends
   on the distance between the two stations.  This is computed by  
   taking the distance between the centers of the two grid squares.   
   Count a minimum of one point per QSO and an additional point  
   for every 500 kilometers distance.  For example, a QSO with  
   a station 1750 kilometers away will count for 4 QSO points.   
   No additional distance for long path is allowed.   
   
QSO Points are multiplied by 2X if you work a low power station
   and 4X for working a QRP station.  This is done based upon  
   received logs and is computed automatically during the log  
   checking process.   
   
Do not worry if your logging software does not compute the
   QSO points. Our automated log checking software does this.   
   
6. Score: Final score equals the total number of QSO points.
   There is  no multiplier for different grids worked.  Stations 
   running 5 to 100 watts output multiply their score by 1.5.  
   Stations running less than 5 watts multiply their score by 3.  
   Scores will be grouped by category.   
   
7. Reporting: Your log can be sent via the internet to
   TBDC@CONTESTING.COM using the Cabrillo format before January   
   31st, 2009.  Paper entries can be mailed to   
   BARC 15125 SE Bartell Rd;   Boring, OR  97009.  If possible, please   
   provide an electronic copy of your log.  You can use the tool   
   INSTEW.EXE to generate a Cabrillo log from your paper log.    
   It can be found at http://web.jzap.com/k7rat/stew.html.   
   
Logs for the warm-up event are due by November 18th.
   
8. Plaques will be awarded for categories we have sponsors for.
   To volunteer to sponsor a plaque, contact Lew Sayre, W7EW   
   at w7ew@arrl.net.   
   A list of the plaques sponsored can be found on the web   
   at http://jzap.com/k7rat/stew.html.   
   
There are no plaques or other awards for the warm-up event.
      
   9. Results are published on the web in September or October.    
   Look for an announcement on the topband and contest   
   reflectors.  Warm-up results will be published before the real   
   event in December.   
73, Petr OK1RP
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