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| Contest Period:|
0800 - 1100
- A: One radio/All Band
- B: Two radio/All Band
- C: SWL/All Band
NOTE: - One radio participants have to stay on the same band five minutes after making a QSO on a new band.
- Two radio participants are only allowed to have one signal on the air at the same time but can change bands freely. Participants that have changed bands twice in less than five minutes will automatically be transfered to Class B.
- Multi operator operation is permitted in both Class A and B.
- DX spotting and alerting assistance is permitted in
RST + QSO number,
starting with 001 + name + "Happy New Year" in your native
language. Abbrevations like "HNY" are not allowed.
One (1) point per
QSO. Same station can be worked once on each
Each DXCC country on
each band except Scandinavia and each prefix-figure in Scandinavia
(SM1, SM2, LA1, LA2...) will count as one (1) multiplier on
JW, JX, LA, OH, OHØ, OJØ, OX, OY, OZ, SM and
Sum of QSO points x sum
of multipliers = TOTAL SCORE.
To the top five stations
in each class and to winners in each country if the number of QSOs is
Use separate log sheets
for each band.
Log must show: BAND, DATE/TIME(UTC), CALLSIGN, EXCHANGE MESSAGE SENT
and RECEIVED, MULTIPLIERS, and QSO points. Exception; received "HAPPY NEW YEAR"
messages do not need to be in log, but your sent "HAPPY NEW YEAR" message must
be noted somewhere in the log, e.g. in "Soapbox".
Summary sheet must show scoring, class, your callsign, name and
Multi-Op stations must show the callsign and names of all operators
Your comments will be very much
Logs must be received by
January 31 to qualify.
Mail logs to:
Ewe Håkansson, SM7BHM
or send as E-mail: