fredag den 4. marts 2016

scQRPions: QRP Challenge Rules

scQRPions: QRP Challenge Rules: Starting January 1st 2016, and each year thereafter, we will be embarking on a challenge to work (not confirm) 100 DXCC entities in 100 days or less.

Remarks from OZ1BXM:

I discovered the QRP Challenge yesterday. You need to work 100 DXCC entities during 100 consecutive days or less. Your start-date and end-date must be within the calendar year 2016.

May-June-July is a good choice for QRP Challenge participation.
The rules of the QRP Challenge are pretty much the same as for the ARRL QRP DXCC diploma. Club membership is not necessary. QSL-cards are not needed - you simply submit a signed log. As of today, there are 13 participants, and only one from Europe. N4MM is in the lead - he worked 100 DXCC in just 8 days!

The QRP Challenge is backed up by the North Carolina DX & Contest Club (NCDXCC), South Carolina DX Association (SCDXA), and Greer Amateur Radio Club (GARC) in South Carolina. Program coordination is by Ariel Jacala NY4G.

I feel tempted to participate. As you can see in the figure above, the months of May-June-July are well suited for an European station like me as there are 4 major contests during this period.

Regards from OZ1BXM Lars Petersen

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