0000 - 0800 UTC Saturday
UKRAINIAN DX DIGI Contest 2020
I. Single Operator – CW – HIGH/LOW POWER
II. Single Operator – SSB – HIGH/LOW POWER
III. Single Operator – RTTY – HIGH/LOW POWER
IV. Single Operator – MIXED – HIGH/LOW POWER
VII. SWL - Single Operator – MIXED
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Date and period: The first full weekend of December 14/15, 2019 ) from 06:00 UTC on Saturday till 18:00 UTC on SundayPeriod of operation: 36 hours. Single Operator stations may operate for only 24 of these 36 hours – off times must be a minimum of 60 minutes during which no QSO can be logged. Multi operator stations may operate for the full 36 hours.
A new Call is born, DQ9Y :
the first own Club Call of the
Hope to see you soon down
the log ...
All logs MUST be received no later than 7 days after the contest.
For rules info please click → here ( pdf document )
LOW BANDs-part includes 2 rounds:
the First round is 18:00-20:59 UTC,
the Second - 21:00-23:59 UTC (02 March);
HIGH BANDs-part includes 2 rounds:
the First round is 08:00-10:59 UTC,
the Second - 11:00-13:59 UTC (03 March).
LOW bands mean: 1,8 , 3,5 and 7 MHz,
HIGH bands - 7, 14, 21 and 28 MHz.
The new Contest Cup Certificate for 2019
RTTY Roundup 2018
" Amateurs worldwide contact and exchange QSO information
amateurs using digital modes (Baudot RTTY, PSK, FT8, ASCII, AMTOR, Packet—attended operation only) on 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 meter bands. Any station may work any other station. Stations may be worked once per band, regardless of mode.
First full weekend of January, but never on January 1. Begins 1800 UTC Saturday,
ends 2359 UTC Sunday (January 5-6, 2019). "
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In best condition
our team with a lot of man power in the WAE SSB DxContest 2018 .
Yes, we can contesting other modes as well hi ;-)
Sunday 16th September 17:00z to 20:59z
All logs MUST be received no later than 7 days after the contest.
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congrats to our IG-RY Team
DRCG WW RTTY Contest 2018 - the Club Competition
UKRAINIAN DX CLASSIC RTTY CONTEST 2018
Sponsored by: Ukrainian Contest Club (UCC)
Date & time: The 3-rd full weekend of June (in 2018 it will be on 16-17 of
June). 12:00 UTC Saturday to 11:59 UTC Sunday.
Bands: 3.5 - 28 MHz (excluding WARC bands).
Modes: RTTY (45.45 baud rate)
for more Infos please copy this link urdxc.org/rtty/eng.htm
Organized by: Unión de Radioaficionados Españoles (URE).
To participate in this contest, the specific bases of the competition must be complied with, as well as the General Regulation of URE Competitions.
Participants: Any radio amateur anywhere in the world with a valid licence.
Dates: From 16:00 utc on Saturday 7th to 16:00 utc on Sunday 8th April 2018.
Mode: RTTY Baudot (Teletype).
Bands: 10, 15, 20, 40 y 80 meters,
in the segments recommended by the IARU for this mode.
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IG-RY Members on Tour
Marathon Cup 2018
0000Z-2400Z, December 16th 2017
OK DX RTTY Contest is a project of the
Czech radio amateurs - contesters.
There is a standing high
participation of the OK stations for long time. It has found a firm
place among the world's contests
many years ago.Milos OK1MP
OK DX RTTY Contest Director
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The Makrothen RTTY Contest is under new management, and the
results of the 2016 running of the event are available on the Pizza Lovers 259
website. The Makrothen menu at the top of the page lets users navigate to the rules, results, logs received, certificates, and more. The results of the 2015 event are now being compiled.
Waldemar Kebsch, DK3VN, and others created the Makrothen RTTY Contest, which
continued for many years.
RTTY Contest Manager Stu Phillips, K6TU, credits Scott Mcleman, MM0LID,
who handled logs and scoring for 2016, as well as RTTY stalwarts Jeff
Stai, WK6I, Ed
Muns, W0YK, and Don Hill, AA5AU, for their guidance and assistance.
The Makrothen RTTY Contest is held each year during the second full weekend of
October in three separate periods. Operators may participate in any
or all of the
periods. The contest employs distance-based scoring, with a band factor for the band on which the contact is made. ( Info by ARRL News )
October 14th, 2017
0000Z – 0759Z
1600Z – 2359Z
October 15th, 2017
0800Z – 1559Z
The North American QSO Parties are favorites of
seasoned operators alike. The NAQPs are low-power only (no amplifiers
which makes for a lot more breathing room on the bands. Small
stations can generate very
effective “runs” in the NAQP contests.
Multipliers count once per-band, which makes for an exciting format, as
be “moved” from band to band. The NAQPs allow stations from all parts of North America to be in the running for the top spots. The 12 hour format allows participants to do some great contesting, yet still have time for other activities during the weekend. Participants can enter in the single op or
multi-op categories and also have the
opportunity to combine up to five separate single op scores
into a team score. (Text from Webside)
RTTY: 1800 UTC July 15th to 0600 UTC July 16th, 2017
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RSGB 3.5MHz Club Championship Contests
" A series of short evening contests on 3.5MHz, promoting competition between affiliated Societies " says and promises the RSGB Contest
Committee - for sure, there are to find some short evening contests where
is included RTTY mode as well, for a fully year .....
Look at RSGB 3.5MHz CCC for detailed informations.
Spring Digital - held on the last full weekend in April. 0001 UTC Saturday
through 2359 UTC Sunday.
IG-RY Team active as DP7D during CQ WPX RTTY Contest 2017
Dieter (DF2SD), Marco (DJ4MH) and Frank (DL1REM) were
active from the DP7D Contest Station
between Muenster and the PA border. We had
some help from DC2YY, DH8AF and DL3SF. We decided to enter the M/2 category
with 2 stations running on different bands, but without any
As the station setup was ready (thanks to DL1REM) we could start with pre-contesting beer on
Friday afternoon. After some Einbecker
and Krombacher beer, we were ready to start at 0000z
with 40m (DF2SD) and 80m (DJ4MH). In the morning time, we changed operators for the first
were not too good, but on the livescoring table we were able to see, that we
a good job. Unfortunately we had some problem to set up our livescore and started late to post our scores at www.cqcontest.net .
Saturday afternoon we recognized that the 40m dipole
had some SWR problems, we lost some
QSOs while searching the reason.
After 24 hours we had nearly 2000 QSOs in our log,
this was not too bad, be we were sure to reach our target score of 10 million
points, as 9,5 million is the usual high score for German M/2
teams. On Sunday
we were able to bring another 1300 QSOs in the log and we reached a claimed
score from 12,293,100 points – this means the second best German result in M/2
We contacted stations from 113 different DXCC-countries.
We used N1MM with MMTTY & 2tone connected to 2 x IC-756 Pro3.
We had much fun with our small IG-RY team.
Thanks to all callers and see you in the next RTTY-Contest.
Mexico int. RTTY 04. to 05. February 2017, a
short report by DF2F :
It's a nice warm up
Contest one week before the CQ WW WPX RTTY. It
have been nice to see that
some short DX openings
were possible else on the
15m band. We can only hope that the ConDX will be better or at least the same. We'll see ...
We wishing all the best luck and we hope to catch you all on the bands ! vy 73 de Dieter DF2F DF2SD.
snowy greetings from Robert DO6SR