Sponsored by the Colorado QRP Club
1800 UTC to 2359 UTC
Exchange: RS(T), State/Province/Country, First Name, and
Member # if CQC
member, power output if not ie: 579 CO Jim NR 04
Suggested frequencies: CW: 1825, 3560, 3710, 7040, 7110,
21110, 28060, 28110; SSB: 1910, 3985, 7285, 14285, 21385, 28385; No
contacts on 30, 18 and 12 meters allowed.
Classes: Single Band; Multi-band (all single operator
(away from home QTH, portable power, portable antenna)
QSO Points: CW-CQC member 6 pts, non-member 4 pts; SSB-CQC
member 3 pts,
non-member 2 pts
Multiplier: States/Provinces/Countries worked -- The same
station may be
worked on different bands for additional QSO points and multipliers.
Contacts on the same band using a different mode counts for QSO points,
but not as an additional multiplier
Names: Total of first names from Name sheet. One first
name per letter of
the alphabet. Name must be your commonly used first name.
Score: Total Score = QSO Points x Multipliers x Names
Bonus points for working Club Station W0CQC - Add 1000
points to your
FINAL score for working W0CQC
Power: Stations must use 5 watts or less output, CW or
There are no power multipliers.
Awards: To Be Determined, Highest Score in each class
Logs: Submit log postmarked within 30 days of contest
showing: Band, Mode, Time UTC, Station Called, RST Rc'd, SPC Rc'd, Name
Rc'd, Memb# Rc'd (or pwr out if not CQC member), SPC Mult., Name mult.
On a cover sheet include your name, call, SPC, CQC# (if
used. A description of your rig, antenna, and comments would be
appreciated. Also include a score recap, the calculation of your total
To Email contest logs:
Mail logs: Contest, CQC, POB 17174, Golden CO 80402-6019
For sample Log, and Name sheets, send SASE and one unit first class postate to:
Jim Pope KGØPP
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