IOTA SWL Contest
Sponsored by the Radioascolto SWL Club
July 25/26 2020
For the next future it's annulled. Our beloved Dan Rolla is now Silent Key in Nov 2020. We keep this web page in his memory. RIP
1200 - 1200 UTC
80, 40, 20, 15, 10 m.
CW, SSB, MIXED.
RST + QSO number, starting with 001 + IOTA Reference number, if applicable.
Three (3) points per non-island QSO heard, fifteen (15) points per island QSO heard. Same station can be heard once on each band and mode.
Each IOTA reference on each band and on each mode.
Sum of QSO points x sum of multipliers = TOTAL SCORE.
Rule of Correspondents:
The callsign of correspondent may not appear more than three consecutive times. There must be at least one other QSO before a series of one to three callsigns is repeated.
Certificate to the top station in each category.
Contest participants may claim «no-QSL» credits (max 50) for IOTA awards. Contact the IOTA SWL Contest Manager email@example.com apply for.
CABRILLO format is preferred.
To generate Cabrillo the user friendly program SWL_DQR_Log by SP7DQR is available at:
Logs in Excel or in TEXT (with columns separated by spaces) are acceptable.
Log must show: FREQUENCY, MODE, DATE, TIME(GMT), CALLSIGN OF STATION HRD, EXCHANGE MESSAGE SENT BY STATION HRD and CALLSIGN OF CORRESPONDENT.
Hand-written logs are not recommended but still acceptable. Official forms can be requested to the IOTA SWL Contest Manager.
E-mail logs must be received within 3 days of the end of the Contest. Hand written logs must have the postmark within the same date.
E-mail logs to: ...
or mail logs to:
IOTA SWL Contest Manager
Dan Rolla, I1-12387
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