Subject: Announcing the first DominoEx Contest
A late addition to the 2006 Contest Calendar.
Please Spread The Word!
Purpose : This contest is intended to test the viability of DominoEX
as a digital contest mode, since it compares favourably to RTTY
and may better under certain conditions. Digital mode experimenters
RTTY contesters are encouraged to participate and provide feedback
MODE : DominoEX Only.
Bands: 160,80,40,20,15, 10
CLASSES: 1. Single Operator Multi Band
2. Single Operator Single Band
MAX Power: 100 Watts
Exchange: RS(T) report plus a progressive contact three-
number starting with 001 for the first
contact. Your log MUST show the
correct serial number sent and received
for each contact.
QSO Points: Contacts between stations on different continents
are worth three(3) points on 28, 21, and 14 MHz and six (6) points
and 3.5 MHz.2. Contacts between stations
on the same continent but in different countries, and contacts with
maritime mobile stations, are
worth two (2)points on 28, 21, and 14 MHz
and four (4) points on 7 and 3.5 MHz.3. Contacts between stations in
the same country are worth one(1)
point on 28, 21, and 14 MHz, and two (2) points on 7 and 3.5
Multipliers: The multiplier is the number of "valid" prefixes
worked. A prefix is counted only once regardless of the number of
times the same prefix is
worked.1. A prefix is the letter/numeral combination which forms the
first part of the amateur call. Examples: N8, W8, AB8, DL5, DJ2,
HG1, WD200,WF96, 3DAØ, GB75, ZS66,
U3, etc. Any difference in the numbering,lettering, or order of same
shall constitute a separate prefix
Score Calculation: Single Operator: All Band score = total contact
points from all bands multiplied by the number of different
prefixes worked (prefix multiplier; prefixes are counted
only once). Single Band score = total contact points on the band
entered multiplied by the number of different prefixes worked
Submit Logs by : August 1, 2006.
Email Logs to: dominoexcontest@...
Post Log Summary: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mfsk/
Mail Logs To: (none)
Find Rules at :