[LARC-CQ] QRP Night
jleahy00 at yahoo.com
Sun May 13 07:36:57 PDT 2018
This is a once a month sprint (info below) sponsored by 4SQRP, it would be best if you would become a member prior to the event (no dues) and that way anyone that you QSO with can get some extra points. It would be good practice for the Thursday eve. net that we are trying to start up also.
CW(5w) or Phone(10w) one Sprint fits all, 7pm - 9pm Central = 8pm - 10pm Eastern. Be sure to spot yourself on QRPSpots (http://www.qrpspots.com/). If you need to use 1,200 watts go ahead just don't report it as QRP but the QRPer can count the QSO for his report.
Hope to hear you on...... lets light up Florida !
Second Sunday Sprint -
Occurs on the second Sunday of each month, 7 to 9 PM Central
Any mode, any band (except WARC & 60 mtrs) -
- Suggested frequencies: standard calling freq. plus 7122 and 3564 (CW), and 3985, 7285, and 14285 (SB).
as well as the usual QRP watering holes.
QSO's with the same station on different bands are allowed. CW and SB portions of a band count as two bands.
- Calling CQ is suggested to be "CQ 4S"
- Exchange is "RST, SPC, member number (power if non-member)"
- 5 Watts max CW, 10 Watts PEP max SB.
The station with the most contacts each month will be emailed a certificate. Furthermore, the top three stations with the most SSS contacts during the year will also receive certificates via email.
Scores are submitted via the qrpcontest.com/4sqrp website (compliments of W8DIZ).
For full details, please download the complete rules (PDF) here.
For questions, please contact John (AA0VE): SecondSundaySprint at 4sqrp.com
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