Photo: LO5D ( LU9ESD Manu )
Contest Objective: Amateurs worldwide contact and exchange QSO information with other amateurs using digital modes (Baudot RTTY, PSK, FT8/FT4, ASCII, AMTOR, and 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. Automated operation is not permitted, each claimed contact must include contemporaneous direct initiation by the operator on both sides of the contact.
Dates: First full weekend of January, but never on January 1. (January 8-9, 2022).
Contest Period: Begins 1800 UTC Saturday, ends 2359 UTC Sunday,
Contest rules are now maintained as a single downloadable document.
For contest information contact email@example.com or (860) 594-0232
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