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Just Ahead In Radiosport:

from The ARRL Letter on April 3, 2014
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Just Ahead In Radiosport:

- April 4 -- NS Weekly Sprint

- April 5 -- LZ Open 40 Meter Contest

- April 5 -- PODXS 31 Flavors Contest (Digital)

- April 5 -- Missouri QSO Party

- April 5-6 -- Mississippi QSO Party

- April 5-6 -- Worldwide EME Contest

- April 5-6 -- QRP ARCI Spring QSO Party (CW)

- April 5-6 -- SP DX Contest (CW, SSB)

- April 5-6 -- EA RTTY Contest

- April 5-6 -- Montana QSO Party

- April 6 -- OK1WC Memorial Contest

- April 7 -- VHF Spring Sprints (All modes)

- April 9 -- NAQCC Monthly QRP Sprint (CW)

- April 9 -- CWops Monthly Mini-CWT Tests

- Apr 12 -- EU Spring Sprints (CW)

- Apr 12 -- New Mexico QSO Party

- Apr 12 -- Georgia QSO Party

- Apr 12-13 -- Japan International DX Contest (CW)

- Apr 12-13 -- Yuri Gagarin DX Contest (CW)

- Apr 13 -- International Vintage Contest (CW)

- Apr 13-14 -- Straight Key Weekend Sprintathon

- Apr 15 -- VHF Spring Sprints

- Apr 17-22 -- Lighthouse Spring Lites QSO Party

Visit the Contest Calendar for details.


The ARRL Letter

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Just Ahead In Radiosport:  
by K9ZF on April 7, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
Tonight! 4/7/2014 is the 2 Meter Spring Sprint! Get on the air and make some noise!!

Very brief summary of Two Meter Spring Sprint Rules:

a. 2 Meters only
b. Any transmit modes: FM, SSB, CW, etc (NO Repeater Use)
c. Single Operator or Rover Entry only
d. Scoring: 1 point per QSO times total Number of different Grid Squares
e. Exchange: Callsigns & Grid Square

Complete Sprint rules & entry submission info are available at this url:
Note in particular rule "7.0 Assistance": you ARE PERMITTED to make schedules
by means of telephone, packet, internet, or on an amateur radio frequency.

73 & have fun,

Amateur Radio Emergency Service, Clark County Indiana. EM78el
The once and future K9ZF /R no budget Rover
***QRP-l #1269
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