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Saint-Petersburg Open VHF Championship 2018 Rules

Saint-Petersburg Open VHF Championship 2018

Saint-Petersburg and Leningradskaya oblast regional branches of Russian radioamateur Union (SRR) hereby invites all licensed radio amateurs to participate in Saint-Petersburg Open VHF Championship.

1. Period.

1.1. June 16, 2018, 15:00-19:00 UTC.

2. Participants.

2.1. All licensed radio amateurs.

2.2. Every competitor should make at least one contact with Saint-Petersburg city or it's region (Leningradskaya oblast). This requirement may be ruled out by the decision of the organizers.

Any callsign of Saint-Petersburg and it's region consist of any russian prefix, digit "1" and then the first letter of suffix must be one of "A"-"M". For example UA1DZ, UA1MU, RK1AA, RO1A, RX1CD, UA1CKC.

3. Bands and modes.

 3.1. 144, 432 and 1296 MHz: CW, SSB and FM in accordance with IARU Region 1 bandplan.

4. Contacts.

4.1. Duplicate contacts are allowed only on the different bands.

4.2. Mixed, EME, MS and repeater contacts are not allowed.

4.3. Skeds are allowed.

4.4. The exchange of numbers outside the amateur bands is not allowed.

5. Exchange.

5.1. RS(T), serial number of contact and QTH-locator, for example 599 001 KO59EX.

5.2.Real RST reporting is recommended.

6. Points.

6.1. 1 point for each kilometer of the distance between stations on 144 MHz.

6.2. 2 points for each kilometer of the distance between stations on 432 MHz.

6.3. 4 points for each kilometer of the distance between stations on 1296 MHz.

If distance is less than 1 km then also 1, 2 or 4 point according to the band. 

6.4. 500 additional points for each new WWL square on every band.

7. Classes

7.1. Participants are divided into 6 classes:

A. Classes for the participants from Saint-Petersburg.

  • A0. Multi operators;
  • A1. Single operator, all bands, all modes;
  • A2. Single operator, 144 MHz band, all modes;
  • A3. Single operator, limited setup.

B. Classes for the participants outside Saint-Petersburg.

  • B0. Multi operators;
  • B1. Single operator, all bands, all modes;
  • B2. Single operator, 144 MHz band, all modes;
  • B3. Single operator, limited setup.

Limited setup in A3 and B3 classes is:

  • only one antenna by band (no stacks!),
  • only one mast or tower,
  • no more than 50 watts,
  • no technical support team.

7.2. Only one of the classes is allowed to apply.

7.3. Among all participants regardless of their location the results will be summarized in the overall standings in two additional classes:

  • C0. Multi operators;
  • C1. Single operator.

The first three places in each of these classes can be claimed only by participants, who will be confirmed with at least 5 QSOs on 432 and/or 1296 MHz.

7.4. The maximum number of operators in "Multi operators" classes is three operators.

7.5. The number of technical assistants in all classes is unlimited, but they are not allowed to take direct part in the radio operating during the contest.

8. Logs.

8.1. Logs are accepted only by e-mail.

8.2. The format of the log for foreign participants: EDI (REG1TEST).

8.3. Participants who sent logs not in the required format, and who won prizes at the same time, will not be awarded.

8.4. For each QSO, the UTC time, the range (144, 432 or 1.2G), the type of work, the callsign of another station, the received and transmitted exchange numbers must be indicated.

8.5. It is desirable to describe the used equipment and antennas.

8.6. Each log resubmission with the changed data on QSOs list and / or the changed claimed class is subject for penalty by the withdrawal of 10% of the points. The change in the log data about the participant and his radio station is not subject for penalty.

8.7. Deadline for the logs: 18:00 UTC June 26, 2018. Logs received later, for consideration are taken by a special decision of the panel of judges.

8.8. The log submission is certified declaration in compliance with these Rules and the National Regulations of the radio amateur service.

9. Logs checking.

9.1. Logs checking is carried out by a method of the overall crosschecking of the logs received.

9.2. QSOs are not counted if:

9.2.1. the another station log is not received;

9.2.2. the QSO attributes (time, band, mode, callsigns and exchange numbers, including QTH-locators) do not match.

9.3. If there are systematic errors in the log, the decision remains with the contest jury.

9.4. Estimated date of the preliminary results publication is June 27, 2018.

9.5. The disclaims on the results of the contest are accepted within 10 days from the date of publication of the preliminary results. Then the results will be approved.

9.6. The decision of the contest jury is final.

10. Awarding.

10.1. Prizewinners in the C0 and C1 classes are awarded with cups and diplomas.

10.2. Prizewinners in A0, A1, A2, A3, B0, B1, B2 and B3 classes are awarded with medals in case they do not qualify for the prizewinners in the C0 and C1 classes.

10.3. For awarding in multi-band classes it is necessary to have confirmed at least 5 QSOs on 432 and 1296 MHz.

10.4. If several operators took part in the operating the radiostation - prizewinner, each of operators can be additionally awarded with a medal.

10.5. Awards can be replaced by the organizers of competitions and differ from those specified in these Rules.

10.6. Participants who publicly make claims to the awards of the organizers of the competitions, as well as the way they are awarded, are awarded solely with the awards given by the Committee for Physical Culture and Sports of the Government of St. Petersburg to award prizewinners in the overall standings. At the same time, the presentation of awards is carried out strictly on the terms of the organizers.

10.7. Participants from St. Petersburg and Leningradskaya oblast are awarded during the annual meeting of the St. Petersburg and Leningradskaya oblast's regional branches of the Union of Radio Amateurs of Russia. Participants from other regions of Russia and foreign countries can receive theirs awards at the QSL- bureau of the St. Petersburg and Leningrad regional branches of the Union of Radio Amateurs of Russia during its opening hours after the annual meeting unless a centralized mailing distribution of awards is made.

11. Submissions.

11.1. E-mail for logs (only for logs!): vhf_logs@alrs.info

11.2. Online log submission link: http://www.alrs.info/viewpage.php?page_id=29

11.3. E-mail for questions to the contest jury: vhf@alrs.info

11.4. Web: http://www.alrs.info/vhf



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