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« on: September 28, 2007, 11:58:17 AM »

From:  http://www.fists.org/c2c.html

C2C (Coast to Coast)

2007 C2C (Coast to Coast)  - 1700Z, Sep 29 to 1700Z, Sep 30:

Rules:

Each first QSO with a club gives you a point multiplier.

See Scoring rule below.

All Participants:

1. Purpose: To contact as many clubs that have FISTS numbers as possible.

2. Mode: CW Only.

3. Contest dates: runs 24 hours 1700Z, Sep 29 to 1700Z, Sep 30

(PDT 10am Sat Sept 29th to 10am Sunday Sept 30

MDT 11am Sept 29th to 11am Sunday Sept 30

CDT 12pm Sept 29th to 12pm Sunday Sept 30

EDT 1pm Sept 29th to 1pm Sunday Sept 30

Clubs will operate on their own schedules. They are not required to be on

the air the entire 24 hours of the event.

4. Bands: 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 meters. We encourage Clubs to use the

Novice segments also. Sorry, no WARC bands. Clubs will call near regular

FISTS frequencies.

5. Two categories of participants: QRP (5W or less) and QRO. All clubs will

be considered QRO.

6. Only FISTS clubs will call CQ. Clubs will call: "CQ C2C"

7. Exchange: Clubs and operators exchange the following elements:

o FISTS Members and Clubs: RST, Name, State (or 2 character prefix if DX),

and FISTS number. Clubs: Send only your club's FISTS number.

o U.S. Example: 579, Stan, VA, 2934

o DX Example: 599, Ralph, ZL, 1073

o Non-FISTS: RST, Name, State, and Power (be sure to suffix with 'W').

o U.S. Example: 459, Bill, OR, 50W

o DX Example: 569, Yuri, UA, 100W

8. Scoring for non-club operators: Points for scoring are accrued as

follows ?

o 1 point for each club worked on each band, once per band.

o For the first QSO with any club you accrue one multiplier point.

o To calculate your final score, multiply the total number of C2C club QSOs

times your multiplier points.

Examples:

o You had 20 club QSOs total. Those 20 QSOs were with 12 of the clubs

(remember that only one club QSO per band counts towards your total). Thus,

your final score is your multiplier, 12, times the total QSOs, 20 = 12 X 20

= 240 C2C points.

o You worked 15 clubs. 10 of those clubs you worked on one band, 5 you

worked on 2 bands. Your total QSOs are 10 + (5 x 2)= 20 QSOs. Since you

worked 15 clubs total, your final score is 15 X 20 = 300 C2C points.

o You worked 25 clubs on just one of the 5 bands. You worked the same 20

clubs once more each, but on one or more of the other 4 bands . Your

multiplier is then 25 (for 25 unique clubs) and you have 45 club QSOs total.

Your final score is then 25 times 45 = 1125 C2C points.

In summary

4. Your first QSO with a club counts 1 point for your multiplier and 1 point

for your total QSO count. Your total multiplier points cannot exceed the

number of clubs that are on the air.

5. You get 1 point toward your total QSO count for the same club each time

you work it on one of the other 4 bands.

6. You multiply all club QSOs times your multiplier for your total C2C

points.

 

Scoring for clubs. New this year is a more rational method of club scoring.

? 1 point for each QSO

? 1 multiplier for each state worked regardless of band

? To calculate your final score, multiply the total number of contacts by

the number of different states worked.

 

Example:

? You had a total of 80 QSO?s and 20 different states. (Remember, states

only count once regardless of band) The score would be 80 X 20 = 1600 club

points.

? The maximum number of multipliers is, of course, 50.

 

Club operators will NOT be eligible for personal points based on their QSO?s

using a club call. Club operators will be contributing to the score of their

club. Club operators can be spread out across the country much like the NAQP

teams. But they MUST NOT be on the same band at the same time. This will

require club callsign trustees to keep close track of operator times and

frequencies. Clubs will be disqualified if they are found to be transmitting

multiple signals on the same band simultaneously. This is in keeping with

the multi rule found in most contests.

 

Please submit logs in ASCII (text format) as an attachment to

fistsc2c@yahoo.com. Snail mail logs to

Paul Beringer NG7Z

4702 200th St SE

Bothell WA 98012

 

PLEASE SEND QUESTIONS AND LOGS ONLY TO PAUL NG7Z


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AE6RF
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« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2007, 04:27:20 PM »

Hear one station on the air while I was listening.

KN0WCW/5

Couldn't work them, even with 600W.

Oh well.

73 de Donald
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