Från Ingvar SM0OGQ kom följande tips om en kort test som är ett led i förberedelserna inför World Radiosport Team Championship som går i Ryssland 2010. Det utlovas både medaljer och diplom och kör man mer än 250 QSO och lämnar in loggen i tid får man en minnesvimpel. Reglerna är nästan de samma som för IARU-testen så det går säkert bra att köra med den inställningen i ditt loggprogram. Stationer med anropssignaler i serien R33BA-R33FZ är egna multipliers.
RRTC has a great pleasure to invite you to take part in RRTC held from 07:00
GMT July, 19th, 2008 till 14:59 GMT July, 19th, 2008. 8 hours only!
Russian operators will be back at it this weekend, as 21 different two-man
teams will use a Field Day style event to prep for the 2010 World Radiosport
The teams will be set up close together as portable stations, using an
agricultural area not far outside of Moscow. The rules the teams will use
are similar to the WRTC, which will be run in conjunction with the 2010 IARU
Rules For RRTC Outside Participants
1. Date and contest period: The Saturday of the third full weekend of July
(July 19th, 2008) beginning 07:00 UTC and ending 14:59 UTC. Both Single and
Multi operator stations may operate the entire 8-hour period.
2. Everybody can work everybody.
3. Modes: CW and SSB.
4. Bands: 7, 14, 21 and 28 MHz.
5. Band and (or) mode can be changed at any time. Only one signal is allowed
at a time.
6. Exchange: Outside participants sends RS (RST) and ITU zone number.
Russian Radio Team Championship competitors sends RS (RST) and
three-character combination, e.g. 599 XYZ.
7. Station with the same call-sign may be worked on different bands/modes,
to include both modes per band.
8. Scoring Point System: QSO with RRTC station (special call-sign series
R33BA-R33FZ) – one point. QSO with outside participant from the same ITU
zone – one point. QSO with outside participant from different ITU zone on
the same continent – three points. QSO with outside participant from
different ITU zone on different continent – five points.
9. Multipliers: ITU zone and new three-character combination received from
an RRTC team – one point for the multiplier on each band (regardless of
mode). RRTC station gives no ITU zone multiplier.
10. The score is the product of total points and total multipliers.
11. Entry categories:
A – Single operator, mixed (CW and SSB), high power
B – Single operator, mixed (CW and SSB), low power (100 W and less)
C – Single operator, SSB, high power
D – Single operator, SSB, low power (100 W and less)
E – Single operator, CW, high power
F – Single operator, CW, low power (100 W and less)
G – Multi operator team (2 or 3 operators), mixed (CW and SSB).
12. Awards: Special trophies, certificates and medals will be awarded to the
world`s top scoring stations in both the A and G categories. Certificates
and medals will be awarded to the world’s 2nd and 3rd stations in both the A
and G categories. Certificates will be awarded to the world’s top three
stations in the B-F categories. Achievement commemorative pennants will be
awarded to those participants making at least 250 QSOs and submitting email
logs to ochr(at)srr.ru. Logs must be submitted no later than 19:00 UTC, July
13. Logs: Any contest logging software can be used which supports IARU HF
World Championship. Only email logs are accepted, Cabrillo log format shall
be used according to IARU HF Championship requirements. File name should be
mycall.cbr where mycall is your callsign.
Please send the file as an attachment to email@example.com during 4 hours after
contest, for checking RRTC team 250 qso – and 4 hours sending = T-shirt RRTC
Thank you and see you in RRTC 2008