PG7V Contestcalendar (dutch) http://www.contestkalender.nl/
UK DX BPSK63 Contest 2013via mail UT7FP
Dear Fellow Radio Amateurs,
The European PSK Club has the honour to invite the radio amateurs all over the world to participate in the UK DX BPSK63 Contest 2013. The objective of the contest is to establish as many BPSK63 contacts as possible between radio amateurs around the world and radio amateurs of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland including all the British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies. Everybody can work everybody for QSO and multiplier credit. We would like to invite you to take part in the contest, the rules and other information can be found at http://www.eupsk.com website.
In 2013 the new-style contest starts at 12:00 UTC on Saturday 12th January, 2013 and ends at 11:59 UTC on Sunday 13th January, 2013.
Since 2013 we only accept logs submitted through UA9QCQ web interface at http://ua9qcq.com/contests/submit_log_eng.php
We don’t accept logs sent via e-mail any longer! All logs must be submitted no later than 5 days (120 hours) after the contest.
Contest Rules, Multipliers List, Cabrillo Log Samples, MixW Setup Files, UBN Files and other info:
ENG - http://www.epc-ru.ru/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=324
RUS - http://www.epc-ru.ru/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1478&Itemid=323
73! de European PSK Club
UK DX BPSK63 Contest Committee
via mail UT7FP
EPC PSK63 QSO PartyHello Dear PSK Contesters!
The European PSK Club has the honour to invite the radio amateurs all over the world to participate in the EPC PSK63 QSO Party. The objective of the competition is to establish as many contacts as possible between radio amateurs around the world by using the BPSK63 mode. Starting time is at 00:00 UTC, and ending time is at 24:00 UTC on Sunday 18 November, 2012.
EPC members should send signal report plus EPC membership number (example – 599 EPC00001). Please make sure that you don't separate «EPC» from the «Number», and you don't use any characters between. Please make sure that your EPC number consists of 5 digits. Other stations should send signal report plus QSO number, starting 001 (example – 599 001).
Mode BPSK63 should be designated in the report as PM and in any way differently! All times must be in UTC. All sent and received exchanges are to be logged. The Contest Committee accepts logs in the Cabrillo format ONLY. Name your Cabrillo file as your call sign (for example - mm0epc.cbr, mm0epc.txt or mm0epc.log). You should send your log upload via the Web interface: http://ua9qcq.com/contests/submit_log_eng.php The contest name in the Cabrillo header must be «EPC-PSK63». All logs must be sent no later than 15 days after the contest (23:59 UTC 3 December 2012).
EPC PSK63 QSO Party Rules: http://www.epc-ru.ru/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1434&Itemid=83
MixW statistics files by R3BB for PSK63 QSO Party: http://www.digitalrus.ru/Files/StatsEUEPC.zip
Good luck to all the participants. 73!
EPC PSK63 QSO Party Contest Committee
ARR PSK63 Contest 2012
The Amateur Radio Association of Ribatejo (Associação de Radioamadores do Ribatejo) invites the radio amateurs all over the world to participate in the 3rd ARR BPSK63 Contest. The objective of this contest is to establish as many contacts as possible between radio amateurs around the world on BPSK63 mode with a little attention to the Portuguese stations. Everybody can work everybody for QSO and multiplier credit. The contest starts at 12:00 UTC on 16 th June and ends at 12:00 UTC on 17 th June, 2012. Please stay at HF frequencies recommended by EPC for PSK contacts.
The contest exchange consists of the RSQ followed by a sequential number starting with 001, such as 599 001. Contacts with the Portuguese Special Event Stations CQ3EPC and CQ7EPC, and also CT1ARR are worth 10 points; contacts with Portuguese stations are worth 5 points; contacts with other stations are worth 1 point each. The same station may be contacted again on other bands. The multipliers are DXCC countries and different Portuguese stations contacted on each band. The final score is the result of the total QSO points multiplied by the sum of the multipliers contacted on each band. Contest Rules
ACRACB RTTY contest:
Info eMail from UT7FP:
Info eMail from UT7FP:
This is a friendly reminder to those who love exotic digital modes and/or still don’t have nice RigExpert Antenna Analyzer :-).
The Annual Digifest will be held as usual on the 1st full weekend of June (2012 dates are June 2nd and 3rd ).
This is going to be Digifest’s 5th year and its popularity is growing with last year’s received LOGs number of more than 200.
Peculiarity of this Contest is the great variety of different categories of the participants in 5 digital modes: RTTY 75, BPSK 63, MFSK 16, HELLSCHREIBER, OLIVIA and the most fair points calculation based on the distance between the stations.
The Contest consists of 3 convenient periods (8 hours each) during the weekend.
To add more adrenalin into this competition a special feature will be offered to those who like competing in real time – online results will be presented on a server.
And, of course, a lot of real nice prizes, mostly RigExpert AA-230 and AA-30 Antenna Analyzers and RigExpert USB Interfaces. All prizes sponsored by RigExpert Ukraine Ltd.
Since the number of the participants is relatively small and the most populated competing area is Europe, the “far away” stations from NA, SA, Africa, Asia and Australia are at great advantage.
From the last years’ experience those stations were the most prize winners. Considering this and also to support growing participation from Europe,
the sponsors “double” the prizes – i.e. separate main prizes are now available both for Europe and for the “rest of the World”.
But wait, that’s not all! For those of you who won’t be able to win “main prize” in respected category, there will be a lot of small gifts, like T-shirts and paper awards.
All the prizes will be mailed to participants’ home addresses.
The results are usually available just 2 weeks after the end of the Contest,
So, lets just meet on the 1st weekend of June and have fun!
Complete rules can be found at http://www.mixw.net/misc/DigiFest/index.html
If you have informations about digital contests, pse to Emil, LZ3HI, or DF9AL via Contacts.