The main objectives are to make as many contacts as possible and to have fun. Other objectives may include improving your operating skills, testing new equipment configurations and techniques, expanding your horizons by operating on the microwave bands and exploring radio propagation. The entrants must operate within the letter and spirit of the contest.
Scandinavian stations will try to work as many non-Scandinavian stations as possible and vice versa. All other legal prefixes according to the ITU definition of Scandinavian prefixes are good for the contest and multipliers as well. Greenland is included as a Scandinavian prefix, although it is located in North America.
Goals: to promote the traditionally good friendship between the radio amateurs. On January th, Participants: any licensed radio amateur stations or SWLs.
Contesting also known as radiosport is a competitive activity pursued by amateur radio operators. In a contest, an amateur radio stationwhich may be operated by an individual or a team, seeks to contact as many other amateur radio stations as possible in a given period of time and exchange information. Rules for each competition define the amateur radio bandsthe mode of communication that may be used, and the kind of information that must be exchanged.
Contesting Introduction. General Rules. Remembrance Day Contest.
Any 5 year improvement is available now Technology is in use Implementing to contesting takes time Recognising the unused Developing the existing Keeping the good Changing the inefficient. Better weather resistance - research projects Phasing vs. Development towards cleaner transmitter output DSP for transmit audio equalisation DSP for transmitter efficiency with linearisation.
Forthcoming contests operations are included in the tables linked-to below. Note however, this is archival data and is not, as a rule, updated. The older the record, the more likely it is that QSL routes, contact information, and links to Web pages will no longer be accurate. For operations in the forthcoming smaller contests for which I don't create dedicated tables and for operations that are not contest oriented, check the Announced DX Operations ADXO table.
Bands: 1. Ukraine also is a country multiplier for foreign stations, i. Foreign participants of the club competition can declare the result for their club regardless of the country and the distance to the headquarters of the club.