RSSGB2RS Contest News

Contest News – 13 May 2018

| May 11, 2018

This Sunday, the 13th, the RSGB 70MHz CW contest, VHF CW Championship event, takes place from 0900UTC to 1200UTC. Using CW only on the 4m band, the exchange is signal report, serial number and postcode. Also today the Worked All Britain 40m Phone contest runs from 1000UTC to 1400UTC on the 7MHz band. Using SSB […]

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Contest News – 6 May 2018

| May 4, 2018

The ARI International DX contest ends its 24 hour run this Sunday, the 6th, at 1200UTC. Using CW, phone, RTTY on the 3.5 to 28MHz contest bands, signal report and serial number forms the basic exchange, with Italian stations also sending their province code. Also ending its 24 hour run this Sunday, at 1400UTC, is […]

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Contest News – 29 April 2018

| April 27, 2018

The RTTY leg of the Polish DX Contest continues until 1200 UTC this Sunday, 29 April. The bands for this are 3.5MHz to 28MHz. The contest exchange is a signal report and serial number. Polish stations also give their province code. The RSGB 144MHz FM Activity Contest takes place on Tuesday, 1 May from 1800 […]

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Contest News – 22 April 2018

| April 20, 2018

The British Amateur Radio Teledata Group’s Sprint 75 Contest takes place from 1700 to 2100 UTC this Sunday on the 3.5MHz to 28MHz bands. All activity is on 75 bauds RTTY and the contest exchange is a serial number only. On Tuesday, 24 April the RSGB SHF UK Activity Contest takes place from 1830 to […]

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Contest News – 15 April 2018

| April 13, 2018

The First 50MHz Contest takes place this Sunday morning, 15 April, from 0900 to 1200 UTC. Exchange signal reports, a serial number, your six figure locator and the first two letters of your postcode. All modes can be used, but most activity will be on single sideband. The Worked All Britain Data Contest takes place […]

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Contest News – 8 April 2018

| April 6, 2018

The SP DX contest ends its 24-hour run today, the 8th, at 1500UTC. Using CW and SSB on all the contest bands from 1.8 to 28MHz, signal report and serial number forms the exchange, with SP stations also sending their Province code. Today also sees the UK Microwave Group Low Band Contest 2, which runs […]

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