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  • Larry Makoski
    Tomorrow night is the May 2013 edition of the Run For The Bacon. That friendly lil ol QRP Sprint sponsored by your friends at the Flying Pigs QRP Amateur
    Message 1 of 4 , May 18, 2013
      Tomorrow night is the May 2013 edition of the Run For The Bacon. That friendly lil' ol' QRP Sprint sponsored by your friends at the Flying Pigs QRP Amateur Radio Club International. Join us for a spell to have some fun and to say "Hi" to friends, old and new.

      If you're coming back from Dayton and have some energy left - join us (maybe on that new radio you just bought?) If you didn't go to Dayton - then have at it and have fun!

      The time is the same as always:

      East coast - 9:00 to 11:00 PM local time
      Midwest - 8:00 to 10:00 PM local time
      Rockies - 7:00 to 9:00 PM local time
      West coast - 6:00 to 8:00 PM local time

      The rules are at:

      http://fpqrp.org/pigrun/

      73 de Larry W2LJ
      FP# 612
      QRP ARCI# 4488
    • Larry Makoski
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      Message 2 of 4 , May 16, 2015

        Sunday Night is the June Run for the Bacon, a 2 hour QRP Sprint, sponsored by the Flying Pigs Amateur Radio Club, International.

        The Sprint runs from 9:00 - 11:00 PM EDT.

        Stations are worked once per band, but can be worked on multiple bands for QSO and S/P/C credit.

        Exchange: RST, SPC (State/Province/Country), FP# (non-members send power)

        QSO Points: Member = 3 points, DX members = 5 points, non member = 1 point

        SPC Multipliers: State/Province/Country total for all bands. The same SPC may be worked on multiple bands for SPC credit.

        Fifty (50) members worked Multiplier: Work 50 or more piggies = X 2 multiplier The same piggie may be worked on multiple bands for credit toward this multiplier.

        Power: QRP only ( qrp defined as 5 watts or less RF transmitter output)

        Final Score: (Total QSO points) * (total SPC) * 2 (if 50 or more members worked)

        Suggested Frequencies CW: 1812, 3562, 7044, 14062, 21062, 28062
        ***SPECIAL NOTE *** also check out 7104 KHz +/- an experimental new piggie frequency

        Logs summaries can be entered via the Auto-Logger on the Flying Pigs Webpage




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