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Autumn Series 80m Contests:
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NARC remained in the overall lead after the first five published results with a points difference of 3938 points.
Previously our lead of more than 4200 points was reduced considerably by our closest rival, the Three As CG who decisively won the 2nd CW contest. However, the NARC Data contesters did an excellent job and scraped back 2940 points.
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The results for the DATA contest on Wednesday 14/10/20 have been published and in spite of not having Roger's usual high scores this time we did manage to pull off the win.
NARC 10532 points with 18 logs.
3As CG 7592 points with 11 logs.
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Thursday 29th October is the next event in the Autumn Series and will be SSB and we shall really need as many logs as possible.
If we are to stand any chance of winning this series we must have as many contacts as possible for this event.
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Please submit a log on behalf of NARC even for just a few contacts, every point counts towards the end result.
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We put our clocks back at 02:00 am on Sunday 25th October, don't be caught out with your clocks at the wrong time.
Bear in mind that the contest starts one hour later in terms of UTC, so propagation on 80m may not be as good as earlier in the month.
So, make a prompt start at 20:00 utc as propagation may worsen before the 21:30 utc finish.
You may check the foF2 critical frequency by visiting the Propquest website:
http://www.propquest.co.uk/graphs.php
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What's next?
The rest of the 80m Autumn Series dates:
Thursday 29th October SSB.
Monday 2nd November DATA.
Wednesday 11th November SSB.
Thursday 26th November CW.
Rules:
https://www.rsgbcc.org/hf/rules/2020/rautumn.shtml
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The CQ WW DX SSB Contest takes place this weekend.
Begins on Saturday 24th October at 00:00 utc and ends at 23:59utc on Sunday 25th.
Six bands will be in operation 160m through 10m.
High, Low and QRP power categories, exchange RST and CQ Zone (14).
Rules below:
https://www.cqww.com/rules.htm
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Other contests worldwide may be found on the website for the Contest Calendar by Bruce WA7BNM.
https://www.contestcalendar.com/weeklycont.php#9858
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The Friday evening Contest Net at 20:00 local time will continue at the usual time but will change frequency to 145.275MHz to make way for a new GB2CW Beginner's class which will be held on the usual 145.250MHz frequency at 20:00.
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Please help your club by operating in the Autumn Series contests on 80m.
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73 John G8VPE

 

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