To contact in CW as many ham
radio stations including PRO-CW-CLUB members; facility to obtain the
awards issued by our club. More 7 MHz traffic would help to protect this
band against intruders.
Our contest promotes the ham
radio skills and talent and NOT computers performances.
Yearly, first Saturday and
Sunday of October.
2007: October 6 and 7.
Two periods: Saturday 1600 –
1800 UTC and Sunday 0600 – 0800 UTC.
with same station may be repeated during the second period.
7 MHz, recommended 7005 and
Single Op – YO
– outside YO
– QRP, max. 5W.
members (including QRP’er members)
RST + serial number beginning
with 001. PRO-CW members transmit RST+PRO.
Additional points can be
achieved using QTC traffic, which consists of: time/call/serial number
report, sent by PRO-CW-CLUB members to non members. I.e.: 0612/YO6ZZZ/025
Only a maximum 3 (three)
reported QTC’s are permited each period to the same station. One QSO
reported represent one QTC. A record of all QTC’s send is required: I.e.:
QTC 3/2 is QTC nr 3 and has 2 QSO reported (additional 2 points).
QSO with EU: 2 points. QSO
with DX: 4 points. Each QSO with PRO-CW-CLUB members count double, as 4
and 8 points. Each confirmed QTC sent or received values 1 point.
All countries worked
according DXCC + WAE and all YO districts worked (YO2, YO3, etc).
WAE countries: 4U1V,
GM/Shetland, IT, JW/b Bear Island.
The sum of points (period1 +
period2) multiplied by the sum of multipliers (period1 + period2).
Top three participants of
each categories will be awarded if there are more or equal than 10
participants listed. Top one if there are less 10 participants listed in
the category. More awards will be considered by contest committee if
necessary. A special trophy will be awarded if more of 150 participants
in the contest.
Using any classic keying
system like buzz-bugs, vibroplexes, el-keys and classic memory el-key
(ram), the final score will be multiplied with 1. Using classic (straight)
keys, the final score will be multiplied
by 1,2. Participants must
specify the keying system used in the summary sheet.
In case of keyboards and
computer usage, the final score will multiplied by 0,75.
Permission to use computer is
granted only post-contest to write the log (as typewriter) and/or send the
log via e-mail.
Violation of any contest
rules; duplicate QSO’s of 2% or more; Illegible logs.
The final results will be
published by our site
and by <Radiocomunicatii si
Radioamatorism> (Romanian Radio Federation official magazine).
Paper logs, (sheets and
summary you can download from our site), and electronic logs.
All logs no later 20 days
after contest (postal date).
Mail: Ioan BRANGA YO2RR