JAY HUDAK MEMORIAL 80M
Sponsored by the PODXS 070 Club and
Dedicated to the memory of Jay Hudak KA3X, 070 #001
PURPOSE: To work as
many stations on 80 meters as possible in a maximum six (6) hours
using PSK31 mode. This event is open to all
amateur radio operators licensed to operate on the HF bands.
ENTRY CATEGORIES: QRP 5 watts, Low Power 50 watts, Medium Power 100 watts (all powers maximum output).
MODES: PSK31 only.
DATE: Friday 12 September 2008, 2000 - 0200 (YOUR LOCAL TIME). Note that this event features a "rolling start" based on your local time
to help equalize 80m band conditions for all contest participants.
EXCHANGE: Callsign, signal report and state/province/country (SPC). Call "CQ 80m test".
BANDS: 80 meters only. Work each station only once. All contacts must be 2-way, PSK31. Cross-mode or cross-band contacts not allowed.
SUGGESTED FREQS: 3580 kHz.
SCORING: QSO points - Each contact counts one (1) QSO point, dupes count (0) points.
Each different state/province/country (SPC) worked, counted only once. Use current ARRL DXCC list for country reference. If you work your
own SPC, do not forget to take credit for the multiplier. Note also:
First U.S. station worked counts as two (2) multipliers (country and state).
First VE station worked counts as two (2) multipliers (country and province).
First Alaska station worked counts as two (2) multipliers (country and state).
First Hawaii station worked counts as two (2) multipliers (country and state).
Final score = (Total QSO Points) x (Total Different SPC's).
Top scores for each entry class from each time zone receives a certificate, highest 070 Club member score gets Top Dog. All 070 Club member entries
will receive an Attaboy for their participation in the event. For more information on the 070 Club check out http://www.podxs070.com .
Send log data showing date, time(z), exchange received and claimed score. Be sure to also include your callsign, your local time zone, mailing address, e-mail address, entry class and 070 Club member number if applicable.
Send your entry as a .txt, .doc, cbr or adi file via email (best way) to email@example.com or via post to:
Jay Budzowski N3DQU
109 S Northview Ave
New Castle, PA 16102 USA
All entries must be received by 12 October 2008. A listing of logs received and claimed scores will be posted on the the 070 website as they are received.
Entries with excessive dupes and/or errors will be listed as check logs. All entries are subject to verification.
The Penn-Ohio DX Society (PODXS) reserves the right to disqualify entries deemed not in accordance with the above rules or contrary to the spirit of this event. Questions or comments, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .