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CQ WW 2014 Raw Scores

Raw scores for både SSB og CW er ute. Dette er stillingen før loggsjekk.
CW / Single-Op Low All Bands / Europe
   1  OR2F............4,117,256 (ON8LDS)
   2  LY8O............3,912,779
   3  LI8W............3,049,596 (LB1GB)
   4  EA4KD...........2,940,960
   5  YU1EL...........1,744,575
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WRTC 2018 qualification process

The WRTC2018 will consist of up to 63 two-operator teams coming from qualifying regions around the world. The qualifying process is based on results in selected ham radio contests over two years. Team leaders are selected based on their 12 best scores compared to others in their region. See team selection for more information on the regions and qualifying process. http://www.wrtc2018.de/en/qualifying Vårt område EU#1 har fått tildelt 5 plasser. Her er listen over tellende konkurranser. Kvalifiseringen begynner med ARRL i februar 2015....
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Webinar – Cost of a decibel

The World Wide Radio Operators Foundation (WWROF) is please to present the following Webinar. Title: Cost of a decibel Presenter: Jukka Klemola OH6LI Date: Sunday, December 7 Time: 19:00 UTC Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2749673335168046849 Everybody has pondered how to improve the contest station for the best possible rate of decibels per money spent. Jukka OH6LI shares some highlights how OH4A and OH0V have been balanced for achieving the best performance while moderating the budget. Food for thought about making and improving your contest station. 73 Ken K4ZW...
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CQ Reconsiders Policy on Crimea in CQ Contests

In response to requests from a large number of contesters around the world, CQ has reconsidered its decision regarding the acceptance of logs from stations in Crimea in CQ-sponsored contests. As CQ Publisher Dick Ross, K2MGA, explained, “a large portion of the contesting community felt that we were unfairly denying our fellow amateurs in Crimea of the opportunity to fully participate in our contests. Since the country list for CQ contests is based on a combination of the Worked All Europe (WAE) and ARRL DXCC lists, and the ARRL has already adopted a policy regarding Crimean stations in its award and contest programs, we will amend our policy to be consistent with the ARRL’s DXCC policy.” “Therefore, the listings of Crimean stations submitting logs for CQ contests will be based on the call sign under which they have operated. If they used Russian-issued calls in the contest, they will be listed under Russia; if they used Ukrainian-issued calls in the contest, they will be listed under Ukraine. This change reflects not only the desire of many contesters around the world, but also of a large majority of members of the CQ World Wide DX Contest Committee.” http://cqnewsroom.blogspot.no/2014/10/cq-reconsiders-policy-on-crimea-in-cq.html...
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EU HF Championship resultater 2014

Resultatene fra EU HF Championship 2014 er publisert. UBN-rapporter er også tilgjengelig for allmennheten: http://lea.hamradio.si/scc/euhf/2014/euhfc14.htm Selv om jeg fulgte godt med(trodde jeg i hvert fall ;-)) så gikk jeg i fella med “Exceeded Band Changes per Hour”. Det er en viktig regel å få med seg. Jeg skylder på loggprogrammet ;-) Resultater: http://lea.hamradio.si/scc/euhf/2014/euhfc14.htm...
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CQ Policy on Crimean Stations Using Russian-Issued Call Signs in CQ-Sponsored Contests

After considerable deliberation, CQ has determined that the best course of action regarding Crimea and CQ contests is to follow the lead of the United Nations and the United States government, both of which continue to consider Crimea to be part of Ukraine, until such time as the political situation there is resolved. Therefore, Logs will not be accepted for any CQ contest from stations in Crimea operating with Russian-issued call signs. Contacts made by others with those stations will be removed from contestants’ logs without penalty. No contact or multiplier credits will be given. We fully realize that our action may very well disenfranchise several Crimean contesters who use Russian prefixes instead of Ukrainian prefixes. As regrettable as that may be, our action is consistent with international law, as well as with our own Rules. Source: http://cqnewsroom.blogspot.com/2014/10/cq-policy-on-crimean-stations-using.html...
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Ny site oppe og går

Hei, Du ser nå på den nye siten. Det mangler en del gamle saker som er helt uinteressante nå, så har ikke tatt jobben med å flytte over de. Det aller viktigste er med. Brukere flyttes også over om litt. Nyhetsbrevet kommer til å komme fra en tjeneste som heter MailChimp. Vi må bare lære oss hvordan den fungerer først. Det er allerede nå mulig å melde seg på listen. Husk at den er både for medlemmer og ikke-medlemmer. God høstferie! Bjørn LB1GB...
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Webinar – Gray Line Propagation on the Low Bands

The World Wide Radio Operators Foundation (WWROF) is pleased to present A Long Overdue Review of Gray Line Propagation on the Low Bands with Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA. Carl will trace the origin of gray line propagation, and show that there is a problem with the current explanation that propagation along the terminator is efficient. He will then provide an alternative explanation for gray line that satisfies both observations and ionospheric physics. Date: Thursday, September 11 Time: 9 PM EDT (Friday, September 12 – 01:00 UTC) Registration: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/582697442 Ken K4ZW...
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