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I. Objective Promotion of low-power operation. Participation is open to all radio amateurs and SWLs.
II. Dates Annually on 1st May from 1300 to 1900 UTC.
III. Bands 80m (3510-3560kHz), 40m, 20m (14000-14060kHz), 15m, 10m.
The IARU-Region-I band plan must be adhered to!
IV. Categories Category A: Up to 5W output
Category B: Up to 20W output
V. Operation Only CW (A1A).
Only single OP. Only one TX and RX or TRX is allowed to be operated simultaneously. The use of decoders or reader software is not allowed.
  2. Both call signs have to be sent at the start of a QSO.
    Example: DL1ABC de DL9XYZ.
  3. EXCHANGE: RST report plus a progressive 3-digit serial number starting at 001/category. Example: 579001/A
VI. Scoring
    Each station is counted once per band. A CW QSO with class A counts 2 points. A CW QSO with class B counts 1 point. QSOs with QRO stations will not be counted.
  2. MULTIPLIERS: Each DXCC country, including your own, counts as a multiplier once per band. QRO worked multiplier do not count.
  3. TOTAL SCORE: QSO points on each band multiplied with the sum of multipliers. The end result is the sum of the individual band results.
VII. LOG-Submission
  1. ELECTRONIC LOGS: We prefer electronic logs (stf or Cabrillo). Only ASCII-Files accepted. A cabrillo Example-File is here. The filename should include both call sign and class, e.g. dj4fv_a.cbr
    Send your log per e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. A free software can be found online at (only german version available).
    UCX-Log ( or LM ( are also have the ability to create correct Cabrillo-files.
  2. MANAGER: Udo Witte, DJ4FV, Sandbreite 7, D-49134 Wallenhorst, Germany.
    E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  3. DEADLINE:  Logs should arrive at the manager no later than 20st May.
Logs received via e-mail will be confirmed via e-mail. Otherwise, please consult the manager.
Each participant who submits his log via e-mail will receive a list of results, as will  those participants who have sent a SASE.  The results will be published on the AGCW homepage.