Ww Rules
13 décembre 2022

The purpose of this page is to answer some of the most common questions about the CQ WW DX contest rules and how some of the rules are interpreted by the CQ WW contest committee. Please send your questions via the contact form. Welcome! We`re glad you`ve decided to participate in Connect. Members come to Connect for a dose of inspiration and a non-judgmental community that helps develop healthy habits. The following rules are designed to make Connect a safe place to advance your wellness journey. Messages that are or become divisive will be deleted. Q: The rules for Multi-Two state: “A maximum of two signals transmitted on two different bands may be used at any time.” If we are working on two bands, can we broadcast on a third band to call QC or a multiplier? 3. Change the times in the log to comply with tape change rules. Recording your competitive efforts is a good exercise for any registration.

This is an opportunity to learn from your mistakes (for example, an ITL that deviates too far from your operating frequency, unconfirmed QSOs, out-of-band errors, etc.). The rules clearly state that a top 5 entry in each category MAY be subject to a WW Competition Committee request for an audio recording of your minutes. If you are unsure of your placement before the competition (or if you are surprised by the result), it is advisable to take a registration in case you are asked. Of course not. The rules state: “All participants must work within the limits of their chosen category when performing activities that may affect their submitted score.” Entering a single group means that all activities to improve your score can only take place on that band. You can work on other tapes, but you can`t ask them to QSY or create schedules. D. Explorer: The Explorer category allows amateurs to participate in the CQ WW contest while encouraging innovation in operational strategies, station design and technological customization. For complete Explorer rules, see . Questions regarding the competition rules of CQ WW DX can be directed to . For answers to many frequently asked questions, see . 4.

Contacts that do not comply with the band change rules for multi-operator inputs will be removed without additional inconvenience. If you see a post or comment that violates any of the above rules, please report it as inappropriate so our moderation team can review it. If a post is inappropriate, click the three-dot menu and tap Report Post. If a comment is inappropriate, swipe left on iOS and long press Android to report it. The CQ WW DX Competition Committee is responsible for reviewing and judging applications to the competition. Participants are expected to follow amateur radio rules and best practices. Violations of the rules of competition or unsportsmanlike conduct may result in disciplinary action by the Committee. No. A channel in the multi-single category cannot PLAY on more than two tapes at a time. The tapes used must comply with the RUN and MULTIPLY rules by 10 minutes.

No. You cannot transfer to the new tape until you are authorized to transfer QSY to the new tape. You should always follow the 10-minute rules. The rules for single operators state: “All operations and logging functions shall be performed by one person (the operator).” The CQ WW competition has two entry classes for stations with a single operator: a single operator and a single assisted operator. Welcome! We`re glad you`ve decided to participate in Connect. This is your community, so please keep it friendly and safe. By participating, you agree to comply with all of our standards and codes of conduct, which form part of our Terms and Conditions. We have highlighted some of our important rules as a reminder: 1. Multi-Single: A single transmitted signal allowed on a tape for a period of 10 minutes (run-station/signal).

Exception: One — and only one — other transmitted signal (multiplier station/signal) may be used during any 10-minute period if, and only if, it is on a different band than the transmitter on and the station is a new multiplier. Operating and multiplier transmitters are subject to independent 10-minute rules. Ten-minute periods begin with the first QSO on a group. The protocol must indicate which station/signal (run or multiplier) each QSO has done. The multiplier station/signal must not call CQ (Solicit Contacts). Be sure to read the Multi-Single FAQ section under . There are two separate and independent ten-minute rules. A ten-minute rule applies to the execution signal and a separate, independent ten-minute rule applies to the multiplier signal. Any transmission before the 10-minute period is against the rules. If you have not yet made contact with the new tape, stop immediately and wait 10 minutes. If you have created QSOs, these contacts violate the 10-minute rule and will be deleted without penalty. Calling QC “early” (before the ten-minute deadline) and not intentionally recording callers (to take/maintain a frequency) or changing hours to be limited in time is a violation of the rules and may result in disqualification.

In any case, you must log every QSO you create, regardless of time violations. There must be 60 consecutive “empty” minutes. The deviation “time B minus time A” of 1459 – 1359 = 60 does not pass the 60-minute test, since only 59 consecutive minutes are actually “empty” – the last minute “empty” is 1458, not 1459. Leaving a deviation from the minimum number of “empty” minutes is always the surest way to ensure that the rules of the minimum break in leisure are followed. Make sure and don`t lose a multiplier or a large part of your logbook because you were a minute too fast to create a QSO! By submitting a CQ WW DX Contest Protocol and taking into account the efforts of the CQ WW DX Contest Committee to review and evaluate such protocol, an entrant unconditionally and irrevocably agrees that: 1) has read, understood and agrees to be bound by the Contest Rules, 2) operates in accordance with all rules and regulations, regarding amateur radio for the location of the station, (3) agrees that protocol admission may be made available to the public, and (4) agrees that the granting of disqualifications and other decisions of the Committee be official and final. If an entrant is unwilling or unable to accept the foregoing, the entrant shall not submit the entry or submit the entry solely as a checklog. Q: How do I know if I need to register my contest process to comply with the rules? OR = Both. The club area is defined as the country in which the club is located, plus the area within a radius of 400 km around the center of the club. This allows a club located on the border of two countries to have members outside the country where the club is located. Q: If I am a single operator, can I use the reverse beacon network (RBN) or DX cluster to search for locations of my own call sign? 1. Single transmitter (MULTI-ONE): Only one transmitted signal is allowed on a band. The transmitted signal can perform a maximum of 8 band changes per clock hour (00 to 59 minutes).

1. Sole proprietors: QSO is prohibited from seeking assistance of any kind (see VIII.2). I. OBJECTIVE: Amateurs from all over the world should contact as many other amateurs in as many QC zones and countries as possible. If your logging software does not export a Cabrillo file, please use the ADIF converter under to convert your ADIF protocol to Cabrillo. Q: What should we do if we use more than one computer and the computer clocks are not synchronized? How can we accurately determine the 10-minute period? B. Multi-operator categories (all-band operation only): An unlimited number of operators is allowed. Q: What happens if we QSY have a new group to name a necessary multiplier, but it takes 2 minutes to break the pile-up? Does the clock start when we first broadcast on the new tape or when we do the QSO? 3. Youth (YOUTH): The operator was 25 years of age or younger at the start of the competition. Specify the year of birth in the SOAPBOX field. Q: Is the Rookie Overlay category based on operator license or station license? No, please do not delete QSOs from your logbook! This will result in the loss of credit from the other station that treated you for contact.

II. BANDS: Only six bands: 1.8, 3.5, 7, 14, 21 and 28 MHz. Spending time filling out your band card in a free time is not in keeping with the spirit of the category. You cannot use the DX cluster as a classic operator. E. Checklog: Entry submitted in support of the log audit. The entry has no score in the results and the journal is not published. Yes. Your Single Band Score will be used for traditional publishing.

For the overlay score, all scores are calculated like all band scores. When you work with one group and make contacts with other groups, all your QSOs count towards your overlay score. This section covers many questions we receive about the Multi-Single category. It is the participant`s responsibility to ensure that their clocks are synchronized with a time standard (such as WWV,, Winbox tools, etc.) and with each other. Q: I sent a journal, but I can`t find my certificate online. What is going on? Yes! Please save all contacts you establish, even if they are duplicates. Like what. XX9XX works with K5ZD, but registers it as K5ZB. K5ZD recorded XX9XX correctly. Later, XX9XX runs K5ZD again.

This time, it records K5ZD correctly. K5ZD recorded the second double QSO and gave it a draw score. In this case, the protocol verification software gives K5ZD a good qso and a dupe (no penalty).