RSSGB2RS Contest News

Contest News – 19 April 2015

| April 17, 2015

Today, the 19th, the UK Microwave Group 2nd Low Band Contest runs from 1000 to 1600UTC. Using all modes on the 1.3 to 3.4GHz bands the exchange is signal report, serial number and locator. The 2015 YU DX Contest takes place this weekend in two sections. The first session ended at 0459 today, the 19th, […]

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Contest News – 12 April 2015

| April 10, 2015

Today, 12th April, the first 50MHz Contest runs from 0900 to 1200UTC. Using all modes the exchange is signal report, serial number, locator and postcode. The Worked All Britain Data contest takes place today, 12th April, from 1200-2200UTC. This is on 3.5, 7 and 14MHz bands and the exchange is signal report, serial number and […]

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Contest News – 5 April 2015

| April 2, 2015

Sunday, the 5th, the first RoPoCo contest takes place from 1900 to 2030UTC. Using SSB on the 3.5MHz band you send a signal report plus, for your first QSO, your own full postcode. In subsequent QSOs you send the postcode that you received in each of your previous QSOs. Should you receive a postcode that […]

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Contest News – 29 March 2015

| March 27, 2015

Please note that contest times are given as UTC, which is an hour behind local clock time in the UK now that British Summer Time came in at 1am on the 29th. The second—and final—major American contest is the SSB leg of CQWW WPX running for 48 hours ending at 2359UTC tonight, the 29th. Everybody […]

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Contest News – 22 March 2015

| March 20, 2015

The BARTG HF RTTY Contest ends its 48 hour run at 0200UTC on Monday 23rd. It is on the 3.5 to 28MHz bands. Exchange a signal report, serial number and the time. The Russian DX Contest runs for 24 hours ending at 1200UTC on today, the 22nd. There are lots of entry categories, mostly for […]

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Contest News – 15 March 2015

| March 13, 2015

The Commonwealth Contest ends its 24 hours run at 10am today, the 15th. As ever there are DXpeditions to some countries that you don’t hear on the bands every day, so for most of us—even if we are not making a serious entry—there are some new or rare ones to work. Using the 3.5 to […]

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