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CONTEST PERIOD From 0000Z March 3, 2018 though 2359Z on March 11, 2018. BANDS Allowed bands are 80m, 40m, 15m, 10m and 2m MODE CW/A1. Use of mechanical keying is encouraged. CLASSES OF STATIONS **PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THERE ARE NOT CLASSES OF COMPETITION. THERE WILL NOT BE SEPARATE LISTS OF NV-1 and NV-2 SCORES** **CLASS ONLY REFERS TO HOW TO LOG YOUR CONTACT IN THE LOGGER FIELD LABLED "Your Station".** NOVICE-1 Up to 75W plate input and crystal frequency control NOVICE-2 Everything else NOTE: Basically, any station not xtal controlled is Novice-2. Novice-2 can include ANY equipment, including modern. EXCHANGE Call, Name, QTH, SPOTTING, SKED PAGES, SOCIAL MEDIA Spotting, sked pages and social media for announcing frequencies, and arranging contacts is approved and highly encouraged for NRR. The official NRR sked page may be found at: http:///n8fq.org/sked/index.php?board=nrru REGISTERING and ENTERING: To officially enter the event, sign up for, and use the online logger program. 2018 ONLINE LOGGER SIGNUP LOGS The 2018 online contest logger is the only acceptable logger for 2018. Sorry, no paper logs, index cards or cocktail napkin logs accepted. 2018 ONLINE LOGGER SIGNUP EMAIL CONTEST SOAPBOX COMMENTS AND PHOTOS TO: ars.W7PAZ@gmail.com AWARDS Participation certificates to all stations submitting a log. Award certificates to top scoring stations. NOVICE-1 VizKey awarded by drawing. NOVICE-2 Vintage Hi-Mound Bug awarded by drawing. Must submit at least 10 contacts in class to qualify.
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AF4K CRYSTALS Co.
VIZ KEY Co.
SND TUBE SALES Co.
WA7BNM Contest Calendar SKCC CALENDAR
*** FIRST PLACE QRP 5W: AK4JA, Bobby Drummond 10986 Points ***
*** FIRST CLASS NOVICE 60W: WN4IEA, William Spurlock 24,300 Points ***
*** FIRST PLACE GENERAL >60W: WB9EGZ, Dave Milke 21,802 Points ***
WD4NKA ALL THINGS WIRELESS & LETTERPRESS story about NRR 2017
VE3LYX Don's Story of NRR 2017
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