EUCW Fraternizing CW QSO Party
DATE: Second full weekend of May
TIMES: Saturday: 10:00 - 12:00 UTC
Sunday: 18:00 - 20:00 UTC
BANDS: 80, 40, 20, 15, 10 mtrs
3530-3550 kHz, 7015-7035, 14030-14050 kHz,
21030-21050 kHz, 28030-28050 kHz
PARTICIPANTS: All amateur radio stations and SWLs
CLASSES: A: members of EUCW clubs - QRP Power Output
B: members of EUCW clubs - LOW POWER Power
Output 100W maximum
C: non members - QRP Power Output 5W maximum
D: non members - LOW POWER Power Output
CALL: CQ EUCW TEST
EXCHANGE: Class A and B: RST/Name/Club/Membership no.
Class C and D: RST/Name/NM
Class E logs info of both stations
SCORING: Classes A, B, C, D: 1 Pt per QSO
Class E: 3 Pts for a complete info set.
Stations may be logged once per day and band.
Final score: QSO points x multipliers
MULTIPLIERS: 1 multiplier point for each EUCW club (also associated
EUCW clubs) per day and band. A participant
may represent only one EUCW club during the
LOGS: Electronic logs (ADIF, ASCII, Excel, Cabrillo, STF file)
via email preferred. Cover sheet: Callsign, Name,
Address, Class, Club, [Email], Station Setup;
Summary sheet with total score. A log sheet must
contain: Date, UTC, Band, Callsign, Exchange,
Points, Multi Send log to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Send paper logs to:
Werner 'Joe' Jochem, DK7VW
D-66606 Sankt Wendel
Deadline: June, 30.
CLUB SCORE: Places 1 to 10 in each class count 10 to 1 points. For
each club and class a maximum of 4 participants
are eligible. The club with the highest summary
score will receive a special certificate.
AWARDS: Places 1 - 3 of each class.
EUCW Clubs: http://www.eucw.org/eucw.html (mbr)
http://www.eucw.org/liaison.html (assoc. mbr)
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