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New to Contesting ? See More New Contester Info !
What preparation do you do?
30 Contesting Tips
 
Contesting News See More Contesting News!
The Spurious Emissions Band at Dayton (2017)
The Pin One Problem, Live at the Visalia Contest Dinner (2017)
QRP ARCI Spring QSO Party April 9,10 2016
RSGB ROtating LOcators Contests
Maine 2 Meter FM Simplex Challenge
YCCC Funds Matching Gift for WRTC2018
New contest: UKEICC
2016 Montana QSO Party
Winter Field Day
Announcing the new UKSMG Winter Marathon
 
Articles More Articles
SN0HQ
Henryki, SM0JHF visits SN0HQ during the IARU contest
A Visit With S57DX
Henryk - SM0JHF at the shack of S57DX
Montenegro landmark
A visit with Ranko, 4O3A
Slovak Contest Group
Henryk - SM0JHF visits OM8A
The Paper log, SO2R and SDR generations
CT1BOH shares his views of three contest generations.
OM0M
The Dozen Dashes Contest Radioclub in Slovakia by Henryk Kotowski (SM0JHF)
A visit with Tibor, HA7TM
Join Henryk Kotowski, SM0JHF, on a tour of HA7TM
IARU HF 2011
IARU HF 2011 Contest with the SN0HQ team.
SP7VC
Let's meet SP7VC! By Henryk SM0JHF
OM7M - Low Bands Contest Club
A tour of OM7M - presented by Henryk SM0JHF
SO2R - advice needed!
I am seeking advise from anyone who has experience in operating SO2R.
When is the contest over?
An editorial by K5ZD.
Let's Meet SP4Z
SP5ZCC also known as SN5Z
 
Survey More Surveys
Recently the RDXC committee reclassified P3F to high power from low power without publicly providing strong evidence that any infraction had occurred. They concluded was that the contestant was running HP on 80/40m but not full-time, just 10 minutes here and there without any convincing evidence. It appears they used the RBN as their source of information. Should the RXDC contest have to publicly provide convincing evidence before reclassifying a station from LP to HP?
[237 votes since 2016-10-08]
  Yes.
  Yes - boycott RDXC until it does
  Yes - boycott and drop from WRTC until it does
  No
  Don't known
  Don't care
 
WA7BNM Contest Calendar WA7BNM Calendar Home
Classic Exchange, PhoneFeb 18-21
Run for the Bacon QRP ContestFeb 19
QRP Fox HuntFeb 21
Phone FrayFeb 21
CWops Mini-CWT TestFeb 21-22
AGCW Semi-Automatic Key EveningFeb 21
RSGB 80m Club Championship, CWFeb 22
NCCC RTTY SprintFeb 23
QRP Fox HuntFeb 23
NCCC SprintFeb 23
CQ 160-Meter Contest, SSBFeb 23-25
REF Contest, SSBFeb 24-25
UBA DX Contest, CWFeb 24-25
South Carolina QSO PartyFeb 24-25
North American QSO Party, RTTYFeb 24-25
High Speed Club CW ContestFeb 25
SARL Digital ContestFeb 25
North Carolina QSO PartyFeb 25-26
 
Contest Tips More Tips!
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Help with contest robot scoring (2)
audio settings (2)
Software for antenna rotators (1)
Use GPS to probe the ionosphere in real time? (2)
need source for telescoping mast clamps (3)
 
 
2017 Dayton Contest Forum DL1MGB
DL1MGB President of WRTC-2018 Organizing Committee DL1MGB

 
2017 NCCC Awards Banquet WC6H & WX5S
WC6H & WX5S WC6H & WX5S

 
2017 Visalia Contest Dinner W6PH & WA1Z
W6PH & WA1Z W6PH & WA1Z

 
2017 Visalia International DX Convention W0AIH & ZL3IO
W0AIH & ZL3IO W0AIH & ZL3IO

 
Speakout View More Topics
A post-contest accuracy report for cluster spotting?
Operating with spotting assistance is not for everyone, but for those who use it, what do you think about there being a published "accuracy" report for spots made during contests?
 
Spotlight HB9AA Helvetia contest 2004
HB9AA Helvetia contest 2004 Antenna mast @ 20m + dipoles 40/80/160m

 
Strays Gday, pass us a stray!
Contesters who try to be moral luminaries are often those who forego the ordinary pleasure of operating themselves and find compensation in interfering with the pleasures of others. (apologies to Bertrand Russell)
N2MG
 
Stations W6XR Multiplier Tower 2001
W6XR Multiplier Tower 2001 This is the 72' multiplier tower at W6XR. An 80 rotatable dipole, 2 el 40 on 24' boom and a C19XR tribander keep the multiplier station busy. A local 2 mtr. repeater antenna lives here too. Circa 2001.

 
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North Carolina QSO Party 4.0
LY0HQ Lithuanian IARU Contest Team 5.0
K4WDR Amateur Radio Station 3.0
D4B Contest Station 3.5
W4AAW Totally Remote M/M Amateur Radio Contest Station 3.7

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