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    RRTC Contest

    Rules of RRTC Contest 2019
    1. Date and contest period: The Saturday of the third full weekend of July (July 20, 2019) beginning 07:00 and ending 14:59 UTC. Both Single and Multi operator stations may operate the entire 8-hour period.
    2. Everybody can work everybody.
    3. Modes: CW and SSB.
    4. Bands: 7, 14, 21 and 28 MHz.
    5. Band and mode can be changed at any time. Only one signal is allowed at a time.
    6. Exchange:
    Outside participants sends RS (RST) and ITU zone number.
    RRTC and BRTC competitors sends RS (RST) and three character combination, e.g. 599 ABC...XYZ.
    7. Station with the same call-sign may be worked on different bands.
    8. Scoring Point System:
    QSO with RRTC and BRTC station (sends three character combination in exchange) – one point.
    QSO with outside participant from the same ITU zone – two point.
    QSO with outside participant from different ITU zone – three points.
    9. Multipliers:
    ITU zone and new three-character combination received from an RRTC or BRTC team – one point for the multiplier on each band (regardless of mode).
    RRTC and BRTC station gives no ITU zone multiplier.
    10. The score is the product of total points and total multipliers.
    11. Entry categories:
    A – Single operator, CW, high power.
    B – Single operator, CW, low power (100 W and less).
    C – Single operator, SSB, high power.
    D – Single operator, SSB, low power (100 W and less).
    E – Single operator, mixed (CW and SSB), high power
    F – Single operator, mixed (CW and SSB), low power (100 W and less).
    G – Multi operator team (2 or 3 operators), mixed (CW and SSB).
    12. Awards and Logs:
    Certificates will be awarded to the world’s top three scoring stations in every category.
    Achievement commemorative certificates will be awarded to those participants who will make at least 100 confirmed QSOs, including 30 QSOs with RRTC competitors, and submit their logs to http://www.ua9qcq.comsubmitted no later than 19:00 UTC, July 20, 2019.
    Any contest logging software can be used which supports IARU HF World Championship.
    No paper logs accepted. Cabrillo log format shall be used according to IARU HF Championship requirements.
    File name should be «mycall.cbr» or «mycall.log» where «mycall» is your callsign.
    Please submit logs to http://www.ua9qcq.com
    73 Al 4L5A
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