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NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

With only one (maybe two for a couple of guys) band even pretending to be open it was a quiet session.  But we managed to keep the ether alive. 

 

The upcoming weekend looks to be pretty full with things to do.  The Russian WW Digital test is there if you need a digital fix.

 

But of course for us here in W6 land there’s only one thing to do: California QSO Party!  Sponsored by our beloved Northern California Contest Club, this is  your chance to get the somewhat rare Worked All California Counties Award in one weekend.  Yes, I know you work W6s by the boatload, but some of us live in counties that are not well represented on the bands.  And there will be quite a few Expeditions to put the really rare ones on the air.  So find your bug/keyer/straight key, perhaps a microphone and join in the fun.  No diddling for this one though.

 

Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  4 Oct 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 3 Oct 2019 in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: 1805 and up (Last two minutes seem to be popular…)
-- 80/40/20/15 +84 kHz up from the band edge   <--NOTE
-- Same band dupes ok after 1 intervening Q.
-- 1 kHz QSY rule, otherwise standard Sprint rules
-- Mults per band.
-- 100W power limit

Please visit http://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html for complete rules and links to other info. If you find any problems with the web pages, please let me know so we can get them fixed.

If you would like to receive all the latest info about NS as well as a have a place for comments and questions, sign up for the NS mailing list:  https://groups.io/g/nccc-blue

Contestonlinescore.com has a slot set up for us if you’d like to make sure your logger is talking to the world.  Select NCCC NA RTTY Sprint.

Report scores to 3830scores.com, and join us at 0300Z on 3610 kHz (+/- a few for ongoing groups) for comments and questions (and dinner menus).

Diddle diddle,

Ken K6MR

_._,_._,_

 

Makrothen RTTY Contest ~ October 12/13th

Ian Parker
 

The Makrothen RTTY Contest is held each year during the second full weekend of October in three separate periods. You may operate in any or all of the periods.

The contest scores QSOs using Distance Based Scoring with a band factor for the band on which the contact is made. One point is scored for each kilometer spanned by the QSO multiplied by the band factor. Contacts on 20m, 15m and 10m count 1x, while contacts on 40m count 1.5x and on 80m count 2x.

Contacts between stations in the same grid locator square always score 100 points regardless of the band on which the contact is made.

The exchange is your 4-letter grid Locator.

The name of the contest (Makroqen) is an ancient Greek word meaning “great distance” or “some distance away”.

October 12th, 2019
0000Z – 0759Z
1600Z – 2359Z

October 13th, 2019
0800Z – 1559Z

Distance Based Scoring = more FUN!
Most contests use a scoring system based on the number of QSOs made together with the number of multipliers accumulated by each station during the contest.

Each QSO made during the contest is allocated a point score. Often the points depend on whether the station you contact is in the same country, a different country in the same continent, or a different country in a different continent.

Multipliers vary by contest but are often based on how many unique DX entities you work or the number of different CQ or IARU zones you contact.

A simple look at a world map shows that these kind of scoring systems favor stations located in particular locations.  For example, stations on the East Coast of the United States are closer to Europe with its many Hams and many different countries.  They can generate a higher average point score per QSO because they work stations in different countries and different continents.

Being closer also means they are stronger.  Contrast this with stations on the West Coast of the United States who are further away and weaker when working into Europe.

The Makrothen RTTY Contest scores based on the distance spanned by the two stations making the QSO.  Each station sends its 4-character grid locator and logs the locater received from the other station.  Each QSO in the log contains a pair of grid locators from which the distance spanned can be calculated. Each QSO gets scored using the center of each stations locator square as its effective location and then calculating the Great Circle path distance between them.  To avoid any confusion, the Makrothen RTTY Contest rules include the specific formula used to calculate the Great Circle distance.  The Band Factor recognizes that spanning distance on the lower frequency bands is more difficult due to differences in propagation, noise levels and antenna efficiency (usually lower on the lower frequency bands due to size and height limitations).

Distance Based Scoring provides a more equitable scoring system that minimizes the station location advantage that is so typical of most other HF contests.  This allows stations around the world to compete with one another on effectively the same terms making the contest more fun for all participants!

You can learn more about the grid Locator system by visiting the Makrothen Contest Resource page. https://www.pl259.org/makrothen/makrothen-resources/  This page includes a link to a Google Maps based site which will instantly show you the grid locator for your station by simply clicking on your location!  

N1MM+ and Writelog provide support for the Makrothen RTTY Contest. See the resources page for links to the software.

For the full rules, please see the Makrothen Rules page here: https://www.pl259.org/makrothen/makrothen-rules/

Regards,
Ian W6TCP
w6tcpian@...


Re: Subjective WWDigi / CQWW RTTY 20 Hours to 10 hour Comparison

 

It's there, right below my message in the web interface! :)  I clicked 'Like' on your message from the groups.io web view of your message. ;)  Max NG7M

Re: Subjective WWDigi / CQWW RTTY 20 Hours to 10 hour Comparison

Jamie WW3S
 

AMEN !!! 

Where is the LIKE button?


On Sep 29, 2019, at 1:17 PM, Max NG7M <ng7m@...> wrote:

So far into the CQWW RTTY at half the operating time I had in on the WWDigi FT4/8 Contest total, I have matched my QSO numbers (half the time BIC).  You can argue that the conditions for the CQWW RTTY are much worse with the solar index numbers, but there are a lot of factors to consider.  The WWDigi contest was interesting and it's hard to compare at this point, but personally, I'm finding the CQWW RTTY much more interesting.  I get to tune the dial, and use my RIT and divine the copy using multiple decoders.  RTTY isn't a CW contest as far as operating, but it's much closer to a contest where you as the operator participate in the experience actually operating the radio and being part of the human as an operator.  I can't say the same for the WWDigi contest.  Don't get me wrong, i'll be back for the WWDigi contest as it matures, but for me, I'm having much more fun casually operating the RTTY contest and making the same number of  QSO's in half the time, even with the terrible conditions.  Max NG7M

NG7M 10.5 casual hours operating at 17:00Z into the CQWW RTTY on Sunday... Max NG7M

 Band     QSOs     Pts  ZN   Cty  SP   Pt/Q
   3.5      78      93    9    8   31   1.2
     7     207     289   16   20   43   1.4
    14     222     343   17   37   36   1.5
    21      18      41    8   11    4   2.3
 Total     525     766   50   76  114   1.5
Score: 183,840
1 Mult = 2.2 Q's


Subjective WWDigi / CQWW RTTY 20 Hours to 10 hour Comparison

 

So far into the CQWW RTTY at half the operating time I had in on the WWDigi FT4/8 Contest total, I have matched my QSO numbers (half the time BIC).  You can argue that the conditions for the CQWW RTTY are much worse with the solar index numbers, but there are a lot of factors to consider.  The WWDigi contest was interesting and it's hard to compare at this point, but personally, I'm finding the CQWW RTTY much more interesting.  I get to tune the dial, and use my RIT and divine the copy using multiple decoders.  RTTY isn't a CW contest as far as operating, but it's much closer to a contest where you as the operator participate in the experience actually operating the radio and being part of the human as an operator.  I can't say the same for the WWDigi contest.  Don't get me wrong, i'll be back for the WWDigi contest as it matures, but for me, I'm having much more fun casually operating the RTTY contest and making the same number of  QSO's in half the time, even with the terrible conditions.  Max NG7M

NG7M 10.5 casual hours operating at 17:00Z into the CQWW RTTY on Sunday... Max NG7M

 Band     QSOs     Pts  ZN   Cty  SP   Pt/Q
   3.5      78      93    9    8   31   1.2
     7     207     289   16   20   43   1.4
    14     222     343   17   37   36   1.5
    21      18      41    8   11    4   2.3
 Total     525     766   50   76  114   1.5
Score: 183,840
1 Mult = 2.2 Q's


Re: CQWW - FTx frequenices?

Floyd Sense
 

FT8 is on 14.074 and FT4 on 14.080.  Both are 3 kHz wide.

On 9/27/2019 7:03 PM, Jeff AC0C wrote:
I have not been keeping up with current events.  But I see some FTx activity on the 14.08x frequency range.

What is the range these guys are using now?  They seem to be unable to hear RTTY signals based on the last few contests so I guess it's up to us to stay out of their designated frequency range.  Just not sure what that is now.

73/jeff/ac0c
alpha-charlie-zero-charlie
www.ac0c.com



CQWW - FTx frequenices?

Jeff AC0C
 

I have not been keeping up with current events.  But I see some FTx activity on the 14.08x frequency range.

What is the range these guys are using now?  They seem to be unable to hear RTTY signals based on the last few contests so I guess it's up to us to stay out of their designated frequency range.  Just not sure what that is now.

73/jeff/ac0c
alpha-charlie-zero-charlie
www.ac0c.com

FW: WWROF webinar on CQWW RTTY posted

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

FYI …

 

Ed, below is the text of a post I just made to CQ-contest if you would like to circulate it to the RTTY forums.
Mark



-------- Forwarded Message --------

Subject:

WWROF webinar on CQWW RTTY posted

Date:

Fri, 27 Sep 2019 05:35:22 -0500

From:

Mark - N5OT <r-emails@...>

To:

cq-contest@... <cq-contest@...>



The highly successful webinar presented by Ed, W0YK on Tuesday (nearly 100 registered) has been posted to the World Wide Radio Operators Foundation website here:

https://wwrof.org/category/webinar-archive/

We reviewed the 32-year history of the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest and described the few distinctive rule differences from the CQ WW CW/SSB DX Contests.  The various participant resources were examined along with the log submittal process (including a sample log), Log Check Reports (LCRs), the Scores Database and awards.  There are approximately 40 minutes of Q&A at the end of the webinar.

This is the 84th webinar in this series <https://wwrof.org/category/webinar-archive/>.  If there are other topics you would like to suggest for future webinars, feel free to let us know about it!

73 - Mark N5OT
n5ot@...

The World Wide Radio Operators Foundation is dedicated to improving the skills of amateur radio operators around the world, utilizing education, competition, advancement of technology and scientific research, promoting international friendship and goodwill, and preparing them to better serve society in times of communication need.

For more information visit www.wwrof.org

CQ WW RTTY Contest

Thomas Giella
 

For my fellow amateur radio operators that do RTTY contesting, this weekend is the CQ WW RTTY contest. The contest runs from 0000 UTC Saturday 28 to 2359:59 Sunday September 29, 2019, https://www.cqwwrtty.com/rules.htm .

 

This is the first big RTTY contest of the fledgling fall-winter season.

 

Radio wave propagation conditions don't look real good right now. The 15 and 10 meter bands will be poor thanks to the seemingly eternal low sunspot number (0) and low solar flux index number (~65) and the lower bands of 80 and 40 meters will be poor thanks to increased E layer absorption in association with an incoming ionosphere storm.

 

The Ionospheric storm is in association with an earth facing mid latitude coronal hole (#938).

 

20 meters will be the best daytime band and 40 meters the best night time band.

 

During the contest the Kp index will be as high as moderate (Kp-6) geomagnetic storming to isolated strong geomagnetic storming (Kp-7).

 

Maybe all of our skyward transmitted RTTY RF will improve the day time propagation via the F2 layer.Open-mouthed smile

 
73 & GUD DX,
Thomas F. Giella, W4HM
Lakeland, FL, USA

https://groups.io/g/w4hmradiowavepropagationforecast
https://www.facebook.com/thomasfranklingiellaw4hm



CTY-2914 Country Files - 25 September 2019

Jim Reisert AD1C
 

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 25 September 2019:

http://www.country-files.com/cty-2914-25-september-2019/

For installation instructions, start at:

http://www.country-files.com/

Hover your mouse over the word Contest in the menu, then select the
software you are using.

To install the file, follow the link to your software at the top of the page.

If you are interested in a bigger CTY.DAT for everyday logging, you can get
it here:

http://www.country-files.com/big-cty-25-september-2019/

Note that the release notes (and Version Entity) for this larger file are
different than what is shown below. There is a separate link to them.

As a reminder, there is an RSS feed of the latest country file announcements:

http://www.country-files.com/feed/

Here are the release notes:

25 September 2019 (CTY-2914)
VER20190925, Version entity is North Cook Islands, E5/n

Added/changed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* 9M4SJSM is East Malaysia, 9M6
* EA8BFH/4 and EA8BFH/P are both Spain, EA
* TO1J is Martinique, FM
* TX7T is Marquesas Islands, FO/m
* GB4FFS is Scotland, GM
* GB0VK, GB2RSG and GB4OST are all Wales, GW
* 7Z1AL/ND is Saudi Arabia, HZ
* K6KKW, KD4GVR, KD7GWI, KE6TIX and KG4TZD are all Hawaii, KH6
* KD2NPD, KD7OOS, KE7PXV, KF5UBP, KN4RXC and N7DKL are all Alaska, KL
* LU9FNI/F is Argentina, LU
* LU3YA/V is Argentina, LU in ITU zone 16
* SV0XAZ is Crete, SV9
* UA3LMR/P is in ITU zone 29, not ITU zone 30
* UA3LMR/P is in CQ zone 16, not CQ zone 17
* R0CAF/3, R70MRK, R75YBO, R9OM/6, R9YU/3, RA9DF/4/P, RA9DF/6/P, RA9WU/6,
RW9JZ/6 and UB5O/4 are all European Russia, UA
* RO75RK is European Russia, UA in ITU zone 19
* RA4RU/9 and UA9SUV/8 are both Asiatic Russia, UA9 in ITU zone 20
* RU9MV/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 25
* R1FW/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 34
* VK6MB/5 is Australia, VK in ITU zone 55
* VK3ZK/8 is Australia, VK in CQ zone 29, ITU zone 55
* VK3ZK/6 is Australia, VK in CQ zone 29, ITU zone 58

Removed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* BD7JZC/UT3GF and VK5GG/BA8MM in China, BY
* TX5EG in Marquesas Islands, FO/m
* GB0FFS, GB50GT, GB50WAB, GB5RO and GB60ATG in Scotland, GM
* GB0MSB and GB200TT in Wales, GW
* IZ1ESH/EMG and IZ1GDB/EMG in Italy, I
* K8GU in United States, K
* K3NW, K6MIO, KC0YIH and W7RXZ in Hawaii, KH6
* AK4CM, KI6BGR, N4AVX, N7XEA and WH6DPL in Alaska, KL
* LU1AGP/D, LU1EW/D, LU8EB/Y, LU9BGN/D and LU9ERA/H in Argentina, LU
* SV94MIKIS, SV94THEO and SX94MIKIS in Greece, SV
* R0XAD/6/P, R100F, R100WWS, R65VLZ, R8FF/3, RD9CX/6, RK30DR, RT9K/6,
RT9T/1, RW9WJ/P and UE00S in European Russia, UA
* R30SIB, R3YAB/9/P, R63RRC, R66IOTA, RA/DJ8QP, RA/DK2AI, RA/DK2AI/0
and RK3AW/4 in Asiatic Russia, UA9
* VK2IO/8, VK5HYZ/6 and VK5WTF/8 in Australia, VK
* VK9APX in Lord Howe Island, VK9L

73 - Jim AD1C

--
Jim Reisert AD1C, <jjreisert at alum.mit.edu>, http://www.ad1c.us

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Just short of double digits, but a lively session.  If you have  been checking the contest calendar, you’ll note that the upcoming weekend has the Big Kahuna of RTTY tests:  CQ WW RTTY.  Are you ready?  Should be plenty of activity.  So please join us Thursday evening and make sure your diddle machine is ready for the weekend.


Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  27 Sept 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 26 Sept 2019 in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: 1805 and up (Last two minutes seem to be popular…)
-- 80/40/20/15 +84 kHz up from the band edge   <--NOTE
-- Same band dupes ok after 1 intervening Q.
-- 1 kHz QSY rule, otherwise standard Sprint rules
-- Mults per band.
-- 100W power limit

Please visit http://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html for complete rules and links to other info. If you find any problems with the web pages, please let me know so we can get them fixed.

If you would like to receive all the latest info about NS as well as a have a place for comments and questions, sign up for the NS mailing list:  https://groups.io/g/nccc-blue

Contestonlinescore.com has a slot set up for us if you’d like to make sure your logger is talking to the world.  Select NCCC NA RTTY Sprint.

Report scores to 3830scores.com, and join us at 0300Z on 3610 kHz (+/- a few for ongoing groups) for comments and questions (and dinner menus).

Diddle diddle,

Ken K6MR

Re: [NCCC] CQ WW RTTY Practice

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

I don’t understand the question, but Friday is 27 September, not 29 September in the original posting below.

 

Ed W0YK

 

From: Rick <WU6W@...>
Sent: Tuesday, 24 September, 2019 14:37
To: ed@...; cq-contest@...; RTTY@groups.io; NCCC@groups.io; 'Writelog Reflector' <writelog@...>; N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: RE: [NCCC] CQ WW RTTY Practice

 

Someone once said “you want the real answer – follow the money”

Who is doing the study and what is their end game ?

 

Rick/WU6W

 

From: main@NCCC.groups.io <main@NCCC.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ed Muns, W0YK
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2019 9:51 PM
To: cq-contest@...; RTTY@groups.io; NCCC@groups.io; 'Writelog Reflector' <writelog@...>; N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [NCCC] CQ WW RTTY Practice

 

The overall World Wide DX contest season opened at the end of August with the inaugural WW Digi DX Contest.  However, as always, the venerable CQ World Wide DX Contest season opens this weekend with the RTTY mode.   The following practice sessions provide an opportunity to check out equipment, software, operator, etc.:

 

Thursday, 26 September, 2000-2100z (Thursday evening, EU time)
Friday, 29 September, 0300-0400z (Thursday evening, NA time)

 

Use whichever bands work for you at each time slot.  Use regular contest messages and be prepared to have someone alert you that the contest starts a day later.  Some people program a message memory with “PRACTICE FOR CQ WW” or similar.

 

Rules are available at http://www.cqwwrtty.com/rules.htm in English and several other languages thanks to a number of volunteer translators.


MixW users please note the instructions at http://www.cqwwrtty.com/logs.htm#MixW_Notes which explain how to setup the logger prior to the contest so that a proper Cabrillo formatted log file
can be created after the contest.

Submit your log using the web tool at http://www.cqww.com/logcheck/ which checks your log format in real-time for convenient and quick fixes, as needed, before submitting to the robot for you.

Ed W0YK

P.S.  Don’t miss the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest webinar:

2019-09-24 1900 UTC (Tuesday afternoon USA, Tuesday evening EU) Register
2019-09-25 0100 UTC (Tuesday evening USA, Wednesday morning EU) Register


CQ WW RTTY DX – Legacy Digital Contesting
Ed Muns, W0YK, Presenter

 

We will review the 32-year history of the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest and describe the few distinctive rule differences from the CQ WW CW/SSB DX Contests.  The various participant resources will be examined along with log submittal, Log Check Reports, the Scores Database and awards. Questions and discussion will be fielded at the end. The webinar is being offered at two different times to reach as many people worldwide as possible.

 

 

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CQ WW RTTY Practice

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

The overall World Wide DX contest season opened at the end of August with the inaugural WW Digi DX Contest.  However, as always, the venerable CQ World Wide DX Contest season opens this weekend with the RTTY mode.   The following practice sessions provide an opportunity to check out equipment, software, operator, etc.:

 

Thursday, 26 September, 2000-2100z (Thursday evening, EU time)
Friday, 29 September, 0300-0400z (Thursday evening, NA time)

 

Use whichever bands work for you at each time slot.  Use regular contest messages and be prepared to have someone alert you that the contest starts a day later.  Some people program a message memory with “PRACTICE FOR CQ WW” or similar.

 

Rules are available at http://www.cqwwrtty.com/rules.htm in English and several other languages thanks to a number of volunteer translators.


MixW users please note the instructions at http://www.cqwwrtty.com/logs.htm#MixW_Notes which explain how to setup the logger prior to the contest so that a proper Cabrillo formatted log file
can be created after the contest.

Submit your log using the web tool at http://www.cqww.com/logcheck/ which checks your log format in real-time for convenient and quick fixes, as needed, before submitting to the robot for you.

Ed W0YK

P.S.  Don’t miss the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest webinar:

2019-09-24 1900 UTC (Tuesday afternoon USA, Tuesday evening EU) Register
2019-09-25 0100 UTC (Tuesday evening USA, Wednesday morning EU) Register


CQ WW RTTY DX – Legacy Digital Contesting
Ed Muns, W0YK, Presenter

 

We will review the 32-year history of the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest and describe the few distinctive rule differences from the CQ WW CW/SSB DX Contests.  The various participant resources will be examined along with log submittal, Log Check Reports, the Scores Database and awards. Questions and discussion will be fielded at the end. The webinar is being offered at two different times to reach as many people worldwide as possible.

 

WWROF Webinar: CQ WW RTTY DX - Legacy Digital Contesting

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

 

2019-09-24 1900 UTC (Tuesday afternoon USA, Tuesday evening EU) Register
2019-09-25 0100 UTC (Tuesday evening USA, Wednesday morning EU) Register


CQ WW RTTY DX – Legacy Digital Contesting
Ed Muns, W0YK, Presenter

 

We will review the 32-year history of the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest and describe the few distinctive rule differences from the CQ WW CW/SSB DX Contests.  The various participant resources will be examined along with log submittal, Log Check Reports, the Scores Database and awards. Questions and discussion will be fielded at the end. The webinar is being offered at two different times to reach as many people worldwide as possible.







NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

 

A little short on stations last week, but also pretty light for the Real RTTY Sprint this past weekend.  Apparently the date got mangled at some point so it caught many off guard.  Still a good time.  And yes, my utility FINALLY fixed my line noise so I’m back in play.

 

The upcoming weekend looks be pretty much digital free, but several QSO parties and other smaller tests.  Please join us Thursday evening and get a shot of RTTY keyboarding fun.

 

Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  20 Sept 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 19 Sept 2019 in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: 1805 and up (Last two minutes seem to be popular…)
-- 80/40/20/15 +84 kHz up from the band edge   ßNOTE
-- Same band dupes ok after 1 intervening Q.
-- 1 kHz QSY rule, otherwise standard Sprint rules
-- Mults per band.
-- 100W power limit

Please visit http://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html for complete rules and links to other info. If you find any problems with the web pages, please let me know so we can get them fixed.

If you would like to receive all the latest info about NS as well as a have a place for comments and questions, sign up for the NS mailing list:  https://groups.io/g/nccc-blue

Contestonlinescore.com has a slot set up for us if you’d like to make sure your logger is talking to the world.  Select NCCC NA RTTY Sprint.

Report scores to 3830scores.com, and join us at 0300Z on 3610 kHz (+/- a few for ongoing groups) for comments and questions (and dinner menus).

Diddle diddle,

Ken K6MR

 

 

Re: NA RTTY Sprint

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

The Logs Received page is now live.

 

Ed W0YK

 

From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ed Muns, W0YK
Sent: 15 September, 2019 10:06
To: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RTTY] NA RTTY Sprint

 

The NA RTTY Sprint log upload page is now working on the NCJ website.  Please submit your logs there.  If any problem, just email the log directly to me.

 

Also, you can now register Teams, or just send your Team list directly to me.

 

The root problem is that the September RTTY Sprint should have been this coming Saturday (00-04 UTC Sunday 22 September).  I mistakenly put last night (15 September) in the Rules and the WA7BNM Calendar.  The website was correctly programmed for next weekend.

 

73,

Ed W0YK

 

From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ed Muns, W0YK
Sent: 15 September, 2019 08:49
To: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] NA RTTY Sprint

 

I apologize for the RTTY Sprint Log Upload not working on the NCJ website.  I’m working on getting it fixed.  Please QRX for the fix or just email your log directly to me.

 

Thanks,

Ed W0YK

RTTY Roundup results article

jeff stai wk6i
 

Re: NA RTTY Sprint

Ken K6MR
 

We had two “Sprints” in one weekend!

 

Ken K6MR

 


From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> on behalf of Ed Muns, W0YK <ed@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 15, 2019 10:05:55 AM
To: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [RTTY] NA RTTY Sprint
 

The NA RTTY Sprint log upload page is now working on the NCJ website.  Please submit your logs there.  If any problem, just email the log directly to me.

 

Also, you can now register Teams, or just send your Team list directly to me.

 

The root problem is that the September RTTY Sprint should have been this coming Saturday (00-04 UTC Sunday 22 September).  I mistakenly put last night (15 September) in the Rules and the WA7BNM Calendar.  The website was correctly programmed for next weekend.

 

73,

Ed W0YK

 

From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ed Muns, W0YK
Sent: 15 September, 2019 08:49
To: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] NA RTTY Sprint

 

I apologize for the RTTY Sprint Log Upload not working on the NCJ website.  I’m working on getting it fixed.  Please QRX for the fix or just email your log directly to me.

 

Thanks,

Ed W0YK

Re: NA RTTY Sprint

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

The NA RTTY Sprint log upload page is now working on the NCJ website.  Please submit your logs there.  If any problem, just email the log directly to me.

 

Also, you can now register Teams, or just send your Team list directly to me.

 

The root problem is that the September RTTY Sprint should have been this coming Saturday (00-04 UTC Sunday 22 September).  I mistakenly put last night (15 September) in the Rules and the WA7BNM Calendar.  The website was correctly programmed for next weekend.

 

73,

Ed W0YK

 

From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ed Muns, W0YK
Sent: 15 September, 2019 08:49
To: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] NA RTTY Sprint

 

I apologize for the RTTY Sprint Log Upload not working on the NCJ website.  I’m working on getting it fixed.  Please QRX for the fix or just email your log directly to me.

 

Thanks,

Ed W0YK

NA RTTY Sprint

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

I apologize for the RTTY Sprint Log Upload not working on the NCJ website.  I’m working on getting it fixed.  Please QRX for the fix or just email your log directly to me.

 

Thanks,

Ed W0YK