INTEREST  GROUP  RTTY   

INTEREST GROUP RTTY

IG-RY WORLD WIDE RTTY CONTEST 2021


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OBJECTIVE
The „Interest Group RTTY“ (IGRY) was founded in January 2017 to promote
and safe RTTY Mode. Therefore we invite all amateur radio stations
worldwide to contact as many other amateur radio stations as possible using
RTTY Baudot Mode (45,45)
A pdf document and the N1MM+ udc file is to download here →o←

DATE & TIME
Every year the 2nd full weekend of April, from Saturday 12.00z to Sunday 18.00z.
In 2021: 10-11th April

PERIOD OF OPERATION:
30 hours. Single Operator stations may operate 24 of the 30 hours – off times must be a minimum of
60 minutes during which no QSO is logged. Multi-operator stations may operate the full 30 hours.

BANDS
Five bands only: 3.5, 7, 14, 21 and 28 MHz. Observance of established band plans is strongly
encouraged.

CATEGORIES
SINGLE OPERATOR Categories: One person (the operator) performs all operating and logging
functions. Only one transmitted signal is permitted at any time.

A - Single-Op HIGH POWER All Bands (SO-HP-AB) (The output power may not exceed 1500 Watts)
B - Single-Op LOW POWER All Bands (SO-LP-AB) (The output power may not exceed 100 Watts)

MULTI OPERATORS : Any number of operators is allowed. Only one transmitted signal is permitted at
any time.
C - Multi-Op Single Transmitter only (MS) (The output power may not exceed 1500 Watts)

About maximum output power:  PLEASE FOLLOW THE LEGAL REGULATIONS OF YOUR COUNTRY !!

BAND CHANGES
A band change is allowed after 10 minutes. The time counts from the first QSO logged on one band
until a QSO is logged on another band. This rule is ALSO valid for Single OP entries. (This also means
SO2R or something like this is not possible)

EXCHANGE
RS(T) report + four-digit number of the YEAR OF OPERATOR'S FIRST EVER OFFICIAL AMATEUR RADIO
LICENCE (Multioperator station should use the year of the oldest licence e.g. one OP was licensed
1990 and the others later than 1990, than you choose 1990)

MULTIPLIERS
Multipliers are different four-digit numbers of the year of operator's first ever official amateur radio
licence. The multiplier is counted once per band.

QSO POINTS
Each completed valid contact count 1 point.
The same station may be worked once per band.

TOTAL RESULT
The total result is : (number of valid contacts) X (number of valid multipliers)

LOGGING
Only electronic logs in Cabrillo format are accepted.


LOGGING SOFTWARE RECENTLY

N1MM+ ( above a downloadable udc file to the N1MM website )

UCX Log up from Version 8.09

DXLog ( go to http://dxlog.net/sw/files/download/contest/IG-RY.txt for module ).

QARTEST

WriteLog ( you have to download the Third Party, go to https://writelog.com/downloads/third-party )

MixW ( attention, the band timer is not running, please read rule about " Band Changes ", the dll file is to 

               download at http://www.digitalrus.ru/  )


AWARDS & Trophies
Certificates will be E-mailed to the Top Ten of each category and to continental winners.

Sponsored wooden plates and plaques for the first three rankings in each category:


A: 1st place DF2SD sponsoring a wooden plate

     2nd place DO6SR sponsoring a wooden plate

     3rd place DJ4MH sponsoring a plaque

 

B: 1st place M3AWD sponsoring a wooden plate

    2nd place F4DVX sponsoring a plate

    3rd place DJ4MH sponsoring a plaque

 

C: 1st place LX1ER sponsoring a wooden plate

    2nd place PB7Z sponsoring a wooden plate

    3rd place DJ4MH sponsoring a plaque


LOG DEADLINE
All entries must be sent WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS after the end of the contest via E-mail to
[email protected]

LOG CHECKING

For broken calls (bust) and QSOs which do not appear in correspondent's log (NIL), the QSO point is
removed.
Any question can be E-mailed to    [email protected]

GENERAL RULES
Terms of Competition for all categories:

a) All entrants must operate within the limits of their chosen category when performing any activity
that could affect their submitted score.
b) They must operate according to all rules and regulations to amateur radio for the station location.
c) All operation must take place from one operating site. Transmitters, receivers and antennas must
be located within a 500-meter diameter circle (remote receivers outside the station location are not
permitted).
d) Remote operation is permitted if the physical location of all transmitters, receivers, and antennas
are at one station location. A remotely operated station must obey all station license, operator
license, and category limitations. The call sign used must be one issued or permitted by the
Regulatory Authority of the station location. Remote receivers outside of the station location are not
permitted.
e) Any public QSO alerting assistance is allowed for all categories. This includes, but is not limited to,
DX Cluster-type networks, local or remote Skimmer and/or Skimmer-like technology and reverse
beacon network.
f) Self-spotting or asking to be spotted is not permitted.

We wish you good luck in the contest, vy 73 de IG-RY Contest Team !

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