• OZ1HQ teamet gjorde et flot stykke arbejde og fik vendt resultatet til en opadgående kurve. Forhåbentlig er resultatet i 2017 det laveste vi kommer ned på.
    Foreløbigt resultat viser fremgang, så nu kan vi bare glæde os over det. Det bliver spændende at se hvordan vi klarer os i den Skandinaviske konkurrence.

    Du kan læse en detaljeret statistik på adressen http://oz1hq.dk/2018/2018-OZ1HQ/...
    Brug menuen i venstre side til at navigere rundt i de enkelte "afsnit". Menuen foroven giver adgang til detaljerede oplysninger om de enkelte QTH.

    Til dig som samler på diplomer kan du læse alt om det Danske "HQ Activity Award 2018" på siden http://www.oz1hq.dk/
    Der er stor travlhed hos diplommanager OZ4CG, så du skal lige forvente en vis leveringstid.

    En stor tak til alle de 29 operatører som var aktive på de 9 forskellige QTH'er fordelt over hele OZ Danmark.
    Husk at DU også kan være med i teamet i juli 2019 !!

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  • A Peek at Next Weekend's


    David Siddall  via contesting.com

    Below is a "peek behind the scenes" that I thought contesters would enjoy.

    Please get on the air and work all the competitors.  Submit your log immediately after the contest ends.  Your WRTC award(s) will be made automatically based upon your log -- no other application required -- and downloadable from the WRTC2018 website.  All but one WRTC award (WAWRTC) require log submission by no later than 1800 UTC Sunday (July 15).  Several are geographic-based, so your ranking will compare with others in your vicinity.

    And please: spot all the WRTC stations as much as possible, BUT DO NOT IDENTIFY to others who the operators are if you recognize them. The competitors are as adamant on this point as anybody else.  Any "bump" in a log compared to other logs will invite extra scrutiny by the judges, and computer software is very good at flagging such anomalies.

    Live webcasts of the opening ceremony on Thursday and closing ceremony on Monday are scheduled to begin at 1700 UTC.  During the event a live scoreboard will track all teams and afterward claimed scores will be posted.   Links for all will be on the WRTC home page: 

    There also will be two special broadcasts of WRTC news and information on shortwave, as I posted yesterday.  These broadcasts will use 30 GIGAWATTS (30,000,000 watts) ERP (300 KW > 20dB antenna)!  Sat. July 14 @ 11-1200 UTC and Sun. July 15 @ 0900 UTC, both on 6.070 MHz and 13.860 MHz (best for North America).

    73, Dave K3ZJ

    *WRTC2018 Activities and Information*

    *Time Schedule*
    You can find the *sequence of events* in 
    http://www.wrtc2018.de/index.php/en/competition/schedule  - Chris, DL1MGB, President of WRTC 2018 e.V. and Michael, DL6MHW, VP of WRTC 2018 e.V. are already at the site in Wittenberg to overview and participate in the final preparations for the big event. Most of the other organizers – including myself - will arrive at the latest on *Tuesday, July 10th*.

    *Wednesday* is the official arrival date. The *“Ham Widows Ball”*, sponsored by the YASME Foundation, certainly will be the highlight of the day.

    The official *opening ceremony* cum dinner will be on *Thursday,* July 12th.

    On *Friday *we’ll *raffle the sites* among the 63 competing teams

    On *Saturday, July 14th at 11:45 UTC* (13:45 local time)  the referees will open the envelopes containing the *special callsigns *assigned to the competition teams.  And, of course, at *12:00:00 UTC* a massive outburst of “CQ Test” messages will be heard on the bands….

    The contest will *end at 11:59:59 on Sunday*, July 15th and I would not be surprised if the top competitors would score in excess of 4 K QSOs in spite of the fact that the competitors may only use a maximum of 100 W of RF power.

    *Log evaluation* will start immediately after the end of the contest and will last *until 16:00 UTC on Monday*, July 16th followed by the closing ceremony and the YAESU Award Dinner.

    *The calls behind the calls*
    WRTC is all about fairness and equal chances. Thus, we are trying hard to keep the structure of the calls to be used in the competition a secret. We are trying even harder to prevent any link between the original calls of the competitors and the call signs used by the competitors during the contest from becoming known to the thousands of participants in the IARU HF championship resp. the participants of the WRTC competition.

    *Live Score Board*
    For those who cannot personally attend, one of the highlights of the event will be to watch the live scoreboard. A team of high caliber professionals *headed and coordinated by Ben, DL6RAI*, has worked hard to come up with something which we call the SCC (*score collecting computer*). There will be an SCC for each competing team and it will automatically send the score by means of mobile radio technology to a central computer. Here the scores will be configured to provide meaningful information for the thousands of WRTC fans all over the world. Of course, the calls presented in the live scoreboard will not list the actual contest calls but rather the original calls of the teams for reasons of fairness and equal chances. Neither the competitors nor the referees will have access to this i

    information. Internet and mobile phones are a strict no-no to them.

    The scores will be updated every 60 seconds!

    Our thanks go to *Dave Pascoe, KM3T, and Bob Raymond, WA1Z*, for allowing us to make use of their sophisticated software designed for the 2014 event in Boston.

    *The live scoreboard may be accessed at  http://sb.wrtc2018.de/  *

    This definitively is no kiddy stuff! We’ll rent about 16 vans and put another 3 mini-buses at our disposal in order to transport material, food, and petrol to and from the sites as well as people between  Berlin airport (TXL)and Wittenberg and its vicinity. Robby, DM6DX,

    wrtc2018atdm6dx [dot] de () is in charge of all our vehicles and mobile services.

    And there are such smallish issues like 65 portaloos needed to be hired and brought exactly (by means of exact coordinates down to the second) to the sites. Not to talk about 1,300 pieces of broom handles plus 30 km of barrier tape to seal off the competition sites from curious spectators.
    A metric ton of gasoline is needed to be brought to the sites to fuel the 65 generators providing the electric power to the competition tents. Not to talk about the 10 km of coaxial cable needed and donated by our gold sponsor Messi & Paoloni from Italy. Although very light weight, the total weight of the coaxial cables alone exceeds 1,000 pounds!

    We had subcontracted the services of an outside agency, namely DALICHOW events, to handle hotel reservations, sightseeing tours, and airport transfers. Unfortunately, the start of their involvement was everything else but smooth. *We sincerely apologize for the various initial hickups and the inconveniences caused.* In the meantime *DALICHOW Events* deliver and I feel they are coming closer to the mark. At least, I finally received
    the confirmation for the various events I had booked for my XYL Richardis and myself….

    Quite a number of fellow hams have volunteered for the *transfer service from the Berlin airport (TXL) to Wittenberg*. If you are lucky your driver will be *Ben, DL6FBL*, one of Germany's top contesters. As you know, there is no speed limit on German highways (Autobahn); yet, Ben has promised., not to exceed 200 km per hour in consideration of the feelings of our American guests….

    *Axel, DL6KVA, 
    dl6kvaatwrtc2018 [dot] de ()*  is in charge of recruiting and coordinating the more than 300 volunteers needed to get things rolling.

    Wittenberg is a *small, yet quite a historic town* with kind of limited facilities and resources. Everything is a bit tight from parking lots to hotel rooms. When deciding on the location we had to compromise to some extent between rf-quietness, availability of plots and infrastructural strength. Overall, I think we came up with a good compromise: Very quiet locations – they have all been tested by Uli, *DJ2YA, 
    dj2yaatwrtc2018 [dot] de ()* – and good sightseeing opportunities.

    Of course, the *hotels are heavily booked* but *Ralf, DK1DSA, 
    dk1dsaatwrtc2018 [dot] de ()* , in my opinion, does an outstanding job in getting things straightened out: I am sure, nobody needs to bring a tent to survive somewhere in the wilderness!

    *Opening and closing ceremonies are heavily booked out as well as dinners in the HQ-hotel*. However, I have been told that there are *many small-scale restaurants in Wittenberg*. So, my xyl and I gave up my options for dinner at the HQ hotel in favor of meeting and dining in a cozy atmosphere in one of the *restaurants within walking distance* of the HQ-Hotel.

    Wittenberg is a *socially safe* area. The only safety risks I can see have to do with environmental risks, namely

    a) the Wittenberg area at the moment is plagued by a *severe drought*. *As a consequence barbecuing at the sites as well as any kind of open fire or smoking inside or outside the tents is strictly prohibited. *Fire extinguishers are part of the set up for each site.

    b) *Heavy thunderstorms*, unfortunately, cannot be ruled out at this time of the year. On the contrary, they are likely to occur and they might be heavy. We’ve come up with a scheme to warn and to safeguard competitors at least to some extent as well as to maintain equal chances to all the competitors. Details will be provided to the referees and competitors prior to the start of the competition.

    Hartmut, DM5TI,

    *Creating pileups*
    Chris, DL1MGB and Michael, DL6MHW, have come up with a number of “award-winning *contests within the contest*”.  The details can be found in
    http://wrtc2018.de/index.php/en/activities/wrtc-2018-en . As you can easily see the choice is yours: Anything from SPRINT (who is the first one to work all the WRTC-competitors) to “long distance challenge” is available. Just make your choice!

    *Support needed*
    Well, financing the event is no longer a headache to us. Spreading the news has been accomplished as well. The only thing left – apart from keeping your fingers crossed for the flawless conduct of the event – is to create huge pileups for our competitors. They just love the pileups! Kindly help them by motivating as many fellow hams as possible from all over the world to call our competitors.

    *Closing remarks*
    I take the opportunity to thank you very much for your contribution to finance the WRTC 2018 and to make WRTC 2018 known to your compatriots. The board and my colleagues of the organizing committee are looking forward to meeting you and our guests next week and if you can’t make it, don’t forget to have a look at our life scoreboard at   http://sb.wrtc2018.de/ . I guarantee thrill and excitement!

    vy 73 de Rudy, DJ3WE

     (edited by K3ZJ)
    CQ-Contest mailing list


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  • Er du den ny HF Contester i OZ?

    Går du med en HF contester i maven og kunne du godt tænke dig at prøve udfordringen med at køre en masse QSO'er i et hurtigt tempo, ja så har du nu chancen for at være med i Danmarks største team.
    Den 14. juli klokken 14.00 dansk tid starter årets IARU HF Championship. I år afvikles samtidig WRTC (World Radio Team Championship) hvor kandidaterne samles i et område tæt ved Berlin for at finde ud af hvem der kan smykke sig med titlen "Verdens-mestre" de næste 4 år.

    I Danmark aktiverer vi vores head-quarters kaldesignal, OZ1HQ på radiostatio-ner fordelt over hele OZ Danmark. Nogle kører med flere operatører samlet og nogle kører bare med en enkelt som klarer kommunikationen.
    Vi mangler flere operatører og hvis du kan være med er du meget velkommen. Det vigtigste krav er, at du afleverer en elektronisk log som både ADIF og CBR filer. De sendes søndag eftermiddag til oz1biiatedr [dot] dk som samler alle 12 logs i én stor fælles log og beregner derefter resultater osv. Den fælleslog skal gerne være klar tidligt søndag aften, så vi kan få den tidligt afsted til WRTC.

    På hjemmesiden http://oz1hq.dk kan du se et skema med tilmeldte operatører og hvis du vil være med, eller du vil køre et af de ledige bånd/mode, så skriv hurtigst muligt til mig oz1biiatedr [dot] dk

    Kunne du tænke dig at prøve så kontakt mig !!

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    Conditions were the ( MOST BODACIOUS) that anyone can remember for WRTC2018. The high bands were (SEXY) and noise on the low bands was (GREENER) than usual. However the big stories of WRTC2018 revolved around the controversies.

    The Defending Champion Team of N6MJ and KL9A lost (4 HOURS) arguing over who would use the two radios since neither had operated using only one radio in (73) years. Finally, their referee (JOE WALSH, WB6ACU) broke up the argument by throwing a bucket of cold (RUM) on the two. They went on to win the (DILITHIUM) medal, but have not spoken to each other since.

    The team of N4YDU and N3KS was disqualified after it was discovered that they used a performance-enhancing substance from Costa Rica distilled from (KUMQUATS) and smuggled into the operating tent inside their (HEADPHONES).

    Similarly, all three Youth Teams were disqualified after they refused to give up their cellphones and claimed that they had the God-given right to use (SNAPCHAT) during the contest.

    K9VV and VE3EJ chose to drop out of the competition over a disagreement before the contest. VV heard “Laurel” while EJ heard “Yanny”.

    The team of W2GD and AA3B lost operating time when AA3B took time out to upload their log to LoTW every (FEMTOSECOND).

    The team of K3LR and DL1QQ had a major argument with the German organizers when LR brought two additional tents to hold (88) spare (FOOTSWITCHES).

    The team of VY2ZM and son KK6ZM nearly didn’t get to operate at all when JEFF forgot he had some weapons-grade (MAPLE SYRUP) in his carry-on bag and was temporarily detained at the airport by a (SUPERIOR) security guard.
    When the team finally arrived at their site, they discovered they were missing a (CW PADDLE) but they were able to make a replacement from locally-obtained (MAGNOLIA) which grows abundantly in Germany. Their score suffered when they both spent the entire contest operating on 160 meters.

    Another last-minute team was sponsored by Remote Ham Radio. They were allowed to stay home and connect to a remote WRTC station in Germany. Their operation came to an abrupt halt when (IRISH) hackers took over the station and transmitted music by (ABBA) on all bands at full power until the (TUNER) exploded.

    Hackers from (CROATIA) also attacked the Reverse Beacon Network and replaced all frequencies of spotted stations with 14074, causing the FT8 community to (STOMP ITS FEET).

    All the teams from the U.S. West Coast dropped out of contention in the log-checking process since on average they copied (64) percent of the European callsigns wrong.

    A major crisis arose when the German hosts ran out of beer on Sunday and had to substitute (5-HOUR ENERGY).

    In the end, the Germans awarded the Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals to the team of K1DG and N2NT because they were the (MOST HANDSOME) operators in the contest and had bribed the judging committee with (186,000) (GRENADE LAUNCHERS).

    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Created at the DAYTON.

    I created an advance version of the WRTC2018 results, and used crowd-sourcing technology. I know the DLs will be busy after the contest, so I thought this might help them a bit.
    I wrote the basic article, and asked the audiences at various gatherings to supply important missing words (shown in parenthesis and CAPITALIZED). Thanks for your help!

    73, Doug K1DG
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  • WRTC 2018 - Tillæg til OZ 1/2018

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    WRTC 2018 nærmer sig og det foregår lige nede ved vores naboer - DL-Land.
    Denne artikel er et tillæg til artiklen i OZ Januar 2018.

    Her kan du se Roadshow http://www.edr.dk/files/wrtc_roa...
    og du kan se en video fra WRTC-2014
    Billeder til at vise i en roterende box: 
    Vedhæftede filer
    Tilhørende filer: 
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  • Hi folks,
    you find a video showing  the first antenna training in 2016 on our facebook page
    https://www.facebook.com/wrtc2018   (<-- without login)
    and on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmizrmCbCu4&t=6s
    the music is by Normam DL3ZAA
    73 de Michael, DL6MHW
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  • The Organizing Committee of the World Radiosport Team Championship
    (WRTC) 2018 in Germany is opening the application process for qualified individuals that would like to serve as referees. WRTC is unique among amateur radio competitions in that it places an on-site Referee with every operating team. Application may be sent until October 31, 2017.
    The primary responsibility of the referee is to monitor the competitors to confirm that they are following all of the WRTC rules. The referee may be required to make a ruling as to whether equipment can be replaced. Referees also serve as a communication back-up to report the score of their team on a regular basis for the online scoreboard.
    The referee selection process is being led by Ulf Ehrlich, DL5AXX. "We are looking for qualified contesters to serve as referees. With the rules allowing both operators to transmit simultaneously the role for each referee is really challenging. " The referee application form can be downloaded from the WRTC 2018 web site at http://wrtc2018.de/index.php/en/qualification/referee-application
    Referee qualifications include:
    -Ability to travel to Germany in July 2018 -Fluency in English (all committee business is conducted in English) -Ability to effectively monitor two audio streams at the same time -Proficiency in both CW and SSB contesting -Ability to stay awake and focused for the full 24-hour contest period -Ability to send SMS text messages No hearing impairments -No disqualification in the WRTC 2018 qualification period
    The Referee application period closes on October 31, 2017 and announcement of the Referees and alternates is scheduled for December 1, 2017. You may send your application as well as your questions related to the WRTC 2018 Referees role directly to applicationatwrtc2018 [dot] de .
    Michael Höding, DL6MHW
    Vice-President, Fundraising, PR
    Phone: +49 39201 20779
    E-Mail: dl6mhwatwrtc2018 [dot] de
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  • Wittenberg/Jessen 27th February 2017


    WRTC 2018 is coming - 500 days to go

    Often the WRTC is rightly referred to as the Olympic Games of Radio Sport. “Olympiad” originally meant the the period between the actual Olympic Games. There are now just 500 days in our “Olympiad” until the opening ceremony. A lot has already happened - but there is still a lot left to be done and time flies.

    Current facts and figures

    • 60% of needed funds have been raised
    • 11 ham fairs have been visited
    • 94 presentations given in clubs and at meetings
    • > 40 articles published in magazines and newspapers
    • 80 conference calls have taken place
    • > 1,000 WWQR Awards issued
    • 58,000 QSOs with D*0WRTC have taken place
    • Several major sponsoring contracts are in place
    • 23 international ambassadors have been assigned
    • 14 national ambassadors have been assigned
    • 40 Tents have been Sponsored
    • 3 Teams have been Sponsored
    • The qualification process is finished
    • The competition rules are drafted
    • 160 possible sites have been evaluated
    • Antennas, masts and rotators have been selected and tested
    • The first large test session has been completed
    Several of the component projects are approaching a stable state however some projects are requiring more work than expected. We are on schedule and are proud to be the host. A great number of volunteers support the organisation of the WRTC and dedicate many hours of their time for this very special event.

    Voices and feelings from the team

    DL1RTL - Heiko (Volunteer): As a volunteer during the test day 2016 I have already helped in a team to set up a site For me WRTC 2018 offers the unique chance of being part of a genuine international championship.
    DL9ZWG - Wolfhard (Treasurer): To me the WRTC 2018 means I have the opportunity to be a small part of a large group of “maniacs” who organise this extraordinary Amateur Radio Sport event in Germany. I particularly appreciate the fact that in the WRTC all teams have to compete under almost identical conditions (including similar site conditions).
    DK9VZ - Wolfgang (Fundraising): I am very glad that we got the chance to present the international event WRTC here in Germany. I really don’t have a lot of free time but I´d like to contribute as much as I can to the success of WRTC 2018.
    DL3DXX -Dietmar (Log checking): I introduced computer aided log checking in the 90`s for the WAEDC together with DL2DN. Invented STF log description as internal log format long before Cabrillo came up but never made it public. WRTC 2018 means for me to organize log checking of WRTC participants with the special characteristic that checking must be done during 24 hours time frame. This is a new approach for me and requires not only to get the checking software running but furthermore to install a team of helpers to define the checking procedures and to split the work among all team members with the approach to check as much as possible during the given time to make checking procedures fair for all teams.
    DJ3WE (Fundraising): It is most fascinating for me that - for the first time in my life - I can and may make use of all my skills, be it amateur radio or the command of the English language as well as playing and negotiating on an international stage. There is one particular matter that occasionally makes me sweat, the high expectations worldwide regarding our organisational skills given that we are up to now a very small group, too small..
    DL1MGB (President): For me as a part-time organizer of DXpeditions WRTC 2018 is like 65 DXpeditions; a major difference is that we don't have to travel anywhere in 2018, rather the world comes to us! - for me WRTC 2018 is a perfect, unrestricted, way to bring together a lot of different ham radio groups into one large project.
    DJ2YA (): For WRTC2018 I will be doing my best to provide the same “level playing field” for each location as well as helping with translations into English. As a WRTC-veteran (San Francisco, Bled and Florianapolis) I consider WRTC 2018 in Germany as the pinnacle event.
    DL4ST - Steffen (Volunteer): As a member of the DARC district board for Saxony-Anhalt I am proud that a portion of our members are commited to taking an active role in the organisation and preparation of the WRTC.
    DM6DX - Robby (Ambassador-Berlin / Camping): As regional ambassador I have recruited a complete team of volunteers… … the accommodation requirements are on track and before the test days in June we will have choosen the final tent model. ...the chairs can be evaluated soon. Just purchasing 130 suitable desk lamps has proved to be quite a challenge.
    DK4QT - Dieter (AC-Member): I would like use my capabilities to support the WRTC team and help to ensure a successful WRTC 2018. During 2017 I will advertise the event to possible WRTC helpers in DARC District N.
    DJ9MH - Hajo (WRTC Award): Since the WRTC in California I have followed this championship attentively and worked its competitors. In Bled my xyl and I had the chance to have a closer look at the event. I attended the initial meeting of “WRTC 2018 e.V” which resulted in my allocation as an WRTC award manager and administrator of the special WRTC call signs
    DJ6DC (Consultant): I am the designer of the basic concept ”outdoor Facilities” I manage all interface definitions and operational plans and where possible also financial contributions... for me the WRTC 2018 is the pinnacle and a trend-setting event.
    DF8XC (Volunteer): WRTC 2018 gives me the chance to get to know the leading contesters.
    DL2MLU (PR): To contribute to something great, to be there and live the experience.
    DL8OBF - Uwe (AC-Member): I am a member of the Advisory Committee for the WRTC 2018. I am also responsible for the competition-rules and response to any related questions raised. I am pleased to see the WRTC in Germany and to have the opportunity to display our hospitality to the visitors..
    DL2RSF - Wolfgang (Volunteer): After applying to become a volunteer I joined a teamonthe test day at Jessen. For me erecting antennas is particularly exciting and interesting. Good health provided I’ll certainly take part in the test daysin2017 and in any case in the actual event in 2018. Once more I’ll be looking forward to making friends with other volunteers and participants
    DL9GFB - Franz (Consultant): I will be available as needed, to help with any "jobs" during WRTC 2018 WRTC 2018 = Most important event for Ham Radio in Germany!
    DL2MLU Luise (Fundraising - Kacheln): For me WRTC means to contribute to something great, to be part of it and enjoythe experience
    DK1DSA Ralf (Volunteer, Hospitality): As a radio amateur in Wittenberg I’m happily looking forward to such a great event in my home region. I am curious about the world’s best contesters andthis veryexciting contest with its field-day characteristics, of which,until now,I have only been able to read about. In 2018 I’ll be volunteerthereas everything can be reached on foot orbicycle.
    DL6RAI - Ben (IT-Manager): Providing IT services before and during WRTC 2018 requires special know how. We are happy to have built a great team that maintains several different web sites, provides 65 logging computers for the online-scoring function and created a custom web-based application to manage data and documents of the 65 different sites. Expectations are high and we are working on meeting them.
    DM5EE - Uli (Volunteer): WRTC 2018 will put the German amateur radio community in the limelight and many friends from all over the world will gather here for the competition. It is a huge event that will present many challenges preparing for it but which will be a lifetime experience that I am anxiously looking forward to.
    DH8BQA - Olli (PR-Team): Wrote few articles on WRTC technical related matters for German HAM magazines cqDL and FUNKAMATEUR. Assisting antenna director every now and then. Wish I had much more time available for WRTC organization. WRTC 2018 will be THE biggest event in German Amateur Radio history, at least from a contesting perspective.

    About WRTC 2018

    The World Radiosport Team Championships (WRTC) are held every four years and assemble more than 60 two-operator-teams of the world’s best radio contesters on a level playing field. Quite different from their usual contesting they must use identical equipment in the same geographical region eliminating all variables except their personal skills. Previous WRTCs were held in Seattle/USA (1990), San Francisco/USA (1996), Slovenia (2000), Finland (2002) Brazil (2006) Russia (2010) and New England/USA (2014).
    Michael Höding, DL6MHW
    Vice-President, Fundraising, PR
    Phone: +49 39201 20779
    E-Mail: dl6mhwatwrtc2018 [dot] de
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  • WRTC Sponsorerede Teams

    Her kan du se en liste over de kvalificerede hold til WRTC-2018 i Tyskland.
    Bemærk at vores finske ven OH6KZP Kim, er teamleder på et af holdene i Europa region #1.

    Er du interesseret i at deltage skal du være hurtig til at sætte et hold (2 mand).
    Der er endnu åbent for tilmeldinger.

    Sponsorerede hold er en lang tradition i WRTC og en væsentlig del af fundraising. Dedikerede contestere, der ikke har kvalificeret sig, får chancen for at deltage i WRTC. Som vi kunne se i WRTC 2014, konkurrerer Sponsorerede Teams på lige fod med kvalificerede hold og flere af dem har opnået top scores.
    Vi har allerede tildelt tre af fem sponsorerede hold men har modtaget flere anmodninger end der er plads til. Derfor fastsættes fristen for anmodninger til den 21 Februar 2017 Kl. 23:59 UTC.
    Efter den uformelle sponsor anmodning og WRTC 2018 kommissionen har modtaget anmodningen, udformes en formel aftale som definerer rammerne. Derefter overfører sponsor et depositum på 15.000 Euro til en klientkonto for at vise alvoren af ​​ansøgningen og sender den formelle ansøgning som afspejler målene i teamet:
    1. Konkurrenceevne
    2. Støtte af amatør radio Contester og ånden i WRTC konkurrence
    3. Forbedring af teknologi og stationsbetjening
    Efter en positiv afgørelse fra WRTC 2018 organisationskomité vil det sponsorerede hold blive informeret og pengene overføres til WRTC 2018 konto. Hvis ansøgningen ikke bliver accepteret vil de 15.000 euro blive tilbageført hurtigst muligt.
    Vigtig bemærkning: Ifølge WRTC 2018 kvalifikations regler vil en DQ (Diskvalificering), i en af ​​de kvalificerende konkurrencer også udelukke operatøren fra et sponsoreret hold.
    Alle ansøgninger skal sendes til contactatwrtc2018 [dot] de

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  • WRTC-2018 Standings er opdateret - Klik for at se.
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