Here's how we announced it back then!
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Sponsored by the Colorado QRP Club
Date & Time: December 13, 2009 - 21:00 through 22:59 UTC [2 hours] (Sunday afternoon, 14:00-15:59 MST, North America)
Band: 20 meters only (on or around 14.060 MHz - please spread out as needed).
Mode: CW only.
Call: try CQ CSR
Power: 5 W maximum.
W - WIRE: single element wire; including dipoles, random wires, Zepp, doublets, inverted V, slopers, single element loops, inverted L, etc.
V - VERTICAL: verticals; including single element, ground plane, trapped vertical, or anything with vertical polarization and more or less omnidirectional pattern.
B - BEAM: multi-element arrays/beams; including beams, multi-element loops, phased verticals, V-beam, rhombic, etc.
P - PORTABLE: non-mobile temporary field station; may use any type of antenna.
Exchange: RST + SPC + Class + CQC Member # -or- Power Output. (SPC = State, Province, or Country)Example: 559 CO V 132 -or- 559 CO V 5W
Multiple contacts:The same station may be worked up to three times during the contest, provided a minimum of 30 minutes has elapsed since the last QSO with the same station.
Scoring:3 points for first contact with a station.
2 points for second contact with the same station.
1 point for third contact with the same station.
100 points, one time only, for working club station WØCQC. The second contact with WØCQC, after half an hour,
is 2 points, while the third contact is worth 1 point (A secret operator from somewhere within Colorado, whose name and call sign will be identified after the 'test, will be operating club station WØCQC throughout the entire sprint...).
Multipliers:All multipliers count once. Multipliers are SPC’s and CQC members worked.
Final Score:QSO Points x SPC x CQC Members = Total Score.
Submit logs showing time, callsign worked, exchange, and QSO points for each station worked, show totals of multiplier points.
Time Call Sign SPC RST/RST Antenna Member or Power QSO Points 2004 WØCQC Colorado 579/579 V 132 100 2011 KH6JDO Hawaii 439/559 W 5 3 2040 WØCQC Colorado 599/589 V 132 2
Please include an alphabetical dupe sheet showing times and calls of multiple contact stations, SPC’s and CQC Member numbers. Also include a description of your equipment, antenna(s) used, and power output. All submissions must indicate entry class including e-mail address.
Deadline: Logs must be emailed no later than 30 days after the contest. Logs received after this deadline will be used as check logs only.
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