1st Russian WW MultiMode Contest

Dear Fellow Radio Amateurs,

The Russian Digital Radio Club has the honour to invite the radio amateurs all over the world to participate in the 1st Russian WW MultiMode Contest 2014. The objective of the contest is to establish as many contacts as possible between radio amateurs around the world and radio amateurs in Russia.

We invite all fans of digital modes to take part in contest from 12.00 UTC on Saturday 15th November till 11:59 UTC on Sunday 16th November, 2014. Types of modulation: BPSK63, CW, RTTY, SSB. The repeated contacts are permitted on different bands and different modes providing that a contact will be made not earlier than in 3 minutes. The output power should not exceed 10 watts on 160 meters and 100 watts on other bands. The operator may change the bands no more than 10 times within calendar hour (with zero on 59-th minute of each hour). Only one transmitted signal is permitted at any time.

Bands: 160 m, 80 m, 40 m, 20 m, 15 m, 10 m.

Prizes and certificates in all categories:

  • SOAB – BPSK63-CW-RTTY-SSB
  • SOAB – BPSK63-CW-RTTY
  • SOAB – BPSK63-CW-SSB
  • SOAB – BPSK63-RTTY-SSB
  • SOAB – CW-RTTY-SSB
  • SOAB – BPSK63-CW
  • SOAB – BPSK63-RTTY
  • SOAB – BPSK63-SSB
  • SOAB – RTTY-SSB
  • SOAB – CW-RTTY
  • SOAB – CW-SSB
  • MOAB – BPSK63-CW-RTTY-SSB

The certificate of the PARTICIPANT to all participants who have not borrowed prize-winning places, under condition of carrying out not less than 100 test (confirmed) QSOs.

You should send your log upload via the Web interface. All logs must be sent no later than 14 days after the contest (23:59 UTC on 30th November 2014).

73! de Russian Digital Radio Club


Filed under: Ham Radio Tagged: contest, digital
Jeff Davis, KE9V, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Indiana, USA.

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