World Wide Contest Ari Basso Ferrarese 2018 IQ4FF-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CW, RTTY, SSB: 15th-16th December 2018: Starts: 1400 UTC Saturday Ends: 1400 UTC Sunday Objective: To contact as many other amateurs as possible during the 24-hour-lasting contest. Operating time: 24 hours Single Operator: can operate for 24 hours - Multi Operator: not admitted. Bands: Two bands:7 and 14 MHz. Contest Exchange: RS (T) report, plus the sequential number of contacts, starting with n.001 for the first contact. Score: The final score is the result of the total QSO points CW, RTTY, SSB multiplied by the number of Jolly-station contacted. The Jolly-stationts IQ4FF will operate during the whole contest and each Station counts 100 multiplier points. Example 1: 7 QSO count 7 points A Jolly-Station counts 100 multiplier points Total 7x100 = 700 points. Example 2: 9 bilateral QSO count 9 points 2 Jolly-Stations count 200 points, which means 9x200= 1800 points. Example 3: 100 bilateral QSO count 100 points Without any Jolly-Station contacted, the total score is 100 points. QSO Points: Each Station can be contacted three (3) times on each band to get the QSO point: a QSO in CW, a QSO in RTTY and a QSO in SSB. All logged QSO, independently from zone, country or continent, count one point (1) . The placing on the graded list will be based on how many QSO have been logged, multiplied with the number of Jolly-Stations contacted. Independently from the operative mode, those who scored the greatest amount of points will enter the graded list. Multiplier: The Multiplier is a number that will be released from the IQ4FF Stations (ESS: 599 100). Each Station will be counted only once for each band. Entry Categories: Single Operator: one person (the operator) performs all operating and logging functions. There is no limit on band changes. Only one transmitted signal is permitted at any time. Multiplier Stations: 1: jolly IQ4FF station 2: jolly I4JEE station 3: jolly IZ4OSH station 4: jolly Ik4RDP station 5: jolly IZ4ISC station 6: jolly IZ4SJI station Call: CW: CQ BF TEST RTTY: CQ BASSO FERRARESE TEST. SSB: CQ BASSO FERRARESE. LOG INSTRUCTIONS: Electronic submission of logs is required for all entrants who use a computer to log the contest or prepare contest logs. The log MUST show the following for each contact: correct date and time in UTC, frequency (or band), call sign of the station worked, exchange sent (RST+sequential number), and exchange received. A log without all required informations may be reclassified to Checklog. Contacts should be logged at the time they are completed. Competing stations must provide actual frequencies for all contacts in the log. The CABRILLO file format is the standard for logs. Failure to fill out the header correctly may result in the entry being placed in the wrong category or reclassified as a Checklog. CW,RTTY,SSB logs in CABRILLO format must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org m , entering only your “CALL” in the “Object” field of the e-mail . Instructions for NON-CABRILLO electronic logs: If you are not able to submit a CABRILLO format log, please use an ADI file or please contact the Contest Director at email@example.com for assistance with submitting another format. Entry Confirmation: All logs received will be confirmed via e-mail. After logs validation, each Operator will get his/her scoring via e-mail, and the final ranking will be published on: https://iq4ff.jimdo.com/ The first three classified will get an award.