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PostHeaderIcon Awards VHF

PostHeaderIcon 46th Marconi Memorial Contest VHF IARU Region 1

L’ A.R.I. (Associazione Radioamatori Italiani) is proud to invite all I.A.R.U. Region 1 Societies to take part to:

46th Marconi Memorial Contest VHF IARU Region 1

November 3r – 4th 2018 (14 :00 - 14 :00 UTC)

The Contest is organised by A.R.I. to commemorate, as a Man and as a Scientist, GUGLIELMO MARCONI.


1) PARTICIPANTS: All radio amateurs with regular permit to transmit. Participants have to operate in compliance with the rules and the spirit of the contest using an output power not greater than that permitted by their country license.

2) DEFINITIONS:

Station: set of antennas, transmitters and receivers used during the contest on each frequency band (i.e. multiband setups are composed of multiple stations).

Location: geographical area with diameter of no more than 500 meters where the station resides during the contest.

Call Sign: identification of the station during the contest. Added prefix and/or suffix do not generate different call sign (i.e. S50AAA/p or DL/S50AAA are the same call sign as S50AAA).

Operator: an individual that operates the station during the contest using the station’s call sign. Operator may reside inside (local operator) or outside (remote operator) the location. During the contest an operator may operate only stations that form one entry.

Entries:

  • MULTI operator: stations from the same location, operated by more than one operator and using one callsign on all bands.
  • SINGLE operator: stations from the same location, operated by the same operator and using one callsign on all bands, with no operational assistance of another person during the contest.
  • 6 HOURS: stations from the same location, operated by any number of operators and operating according to the 6 hours’ time rule. The 6 hour time segment can be divided into maximum two periods. The time of the first QSO sets the start time of the first period. When operating in two periods, the pause between the periods must be longer than 2 hours. The first time difference of 2 hours or more between two consecutive QSOs marks the pause segment. Only the QSOs that fall into the combined 6 hour time segment will be counted for points. Participants are welcome to operate longer than 6 hours and in such case they shall send their complete log (the contest robot will automatically extract the 6 hours part from the log, while the rest of the log entries will be used for cross-checking purposes).
  • LOW POWER: multi or single operator entries, transmitting with total of up to 100 W PEP from the transmitter and using only one directional or omnidirectional antenna system. The same antenna must be used for transmit and receive. Directional antenna system is a single directional antenna or a group (array) of single directional antennas, grouped together to achieve maximum obtainable gain in a given direction (that is, all the antennas in the group shall be pointed in the same direction). Omnidirectional antenna is an antenna with a radiation pattern that has approximately the same gain in all azimuth directions.

3) SECTIONS:

SINGLE (SO): single operator entries.

MULTI (MO): multi operator entries.

SINGLE LOW POWER (SO-LP): single operator low power entries.

MULTI LOW POWER (MO-LP): multi operator low power entries.

6 HOURS (6H): 6 hours entries.

Only one signal on the band is allowed at any time.
Station must operate from the same location throughout the contest time.

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PostHeaderIcon ARI CLUBs (Sezioni) Award 50 MHz - VHF - UHF - SHF

The award can be requested by all the OM'S and SWL who are member of A.R.I. or a Radio Society which is member of I.A.R.U., and can demonstrate to have had QSOs with stations affiliated with ARI.

We consider valid all QSOs after January the 1st 1997.

There is only Fixed category in each way (SSB, CW, Mix, or Sat) There are not valid QSO via repeater or transponder earth based.

 

Ultimo aggiornamento (Martedì 18 Settembre 2018 15:33)

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PostHeaderIcon C.D.M Award V/U/SHF

A.R.I. (The Italian Amateur Radio Association) sponsor, starting from January the 1st 1993, the "C.D.M." award.

The C.D.M. award is given to the operators of Amateur Radio Station who can prove to be associated to I.A.R.U and that have made 2 ways contacts/HRD on CW, SSB or Mixed (SSB and CW) with other stations that are in the award list with the following rules:

144 MHz 20 provinces and 10 countries for OM/SWL

432 MHz 15 provinces and 5 countries for OM/SWL

1296 MHz 10 provinces and 5 countries for OM/SWL

2304 MHz & Up 10 provinces and 3 countries for OM/SWL

All the 110 Italian provinces are valid for the award.

Ultimo aggiornamento (Lunedì 06 Marzo 2017 14:28)

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PostHeaderIcon Mediterranean Certificate (C.D.M.) 50 MHz

A.R.I. (The Italian Amateur Radio Association) sponsor, starting from January the 1st 1993, the "C.D.M." award.

The C.D.M. award is given to the operators of Amateur Radio Station who can prove to be associated to I.A.R.U and that have made 2 ways contacts/HRD on CW, SSB or Mixed (SSB and CW) with other stations in countries/Italian provinces that are in the award list. For the "mixed" category a combination of 20 Italian provinces and 10 DXCC countries of the lists below.

Ultimo aggiornamento (Lunedì 06 Marzo 2017 14:28)

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PostHeaderIcon I.I.A. - Italian Islands Award V/U/SHF

The I.I.A. Award will be released from ARI to all OM and SWL that can demonstrate their membership to A.R.I. or to a IARU affiliate Society, and that should have made connections/listening with marine Islands and different Groups

Only connections/listenings made starting from January the 1.st 1980 are considered valid.

The award can be requested for:

1. Fixed Stations

2. Portable Station

3. Via Satellite (any input-output mode).

QSO made through terrestrial repeaters or transponders, except linear transponders on board of, are not considered valid.

For the award request the following type of connections/listening are needful:

Ultimo aggiornamento (Lunedì 06 Marzo 2017 14:01)

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PostHeaderIcon W.A.I.P. - Worked All Italian Provinces 50 MHz

A.R.I. (The Italian Amateur Radio Association) sponsor, starting from April the 1st 1990, the "W.A.I.P. VHF" award (H.A.I.P. for SWL) for 50 MHz band.

The award can be requested by all the OM'S and SWL who are member of A.R.I. or a Radio Society which is member of I.A.R.U., and can demonstrate to have had QSOs with at least 40 different Italian provinces.

All the Italian provinces are valid for the award.

For the following provinces are valid QSOs only after January the 1st 1993: Biella (BI), Crotone (KR), Lecco (LC), Lodi (LO), Prato (PO), Rimini (RN), Verbania (VB), Vibo Valentia (VV)

For the following provinces are valid QSOs only after June 15th 2004: Fermo (FM), Barletta-Andria-Trani (BT), Monza-Brianza (MB)

For the following provinces are valid QSOs only after February 4th 2016: Sud Sardegna (SU)

The award is available in SSB, CW or mixed (SSB & CW). For the  "mixed" category a combination of 10 provinces worked on CW and 30 worked on SSB, or vice versa is accepted. The award will be available for PSK31 and all digital modes contacts starting on January the 1st 2001.

The WAIP award will be delivered to every OM/SWL who will send to the Award Manager:

1) a signed and dated letter with which the sender shows that all the national rules about operating a station have been accomplished.

2) Another separate list with all the claimed QSOs. It must contain date, time, mode of emission, frequency, call-sign of each of the worked station.

3) Copy of the amateur radio Licence

4) There is no need to send QSL cards, it's enough that the list of QSOs is certified by the national VHF manager or two others licensed amateur radio. The award manager may, in any case, ask for the original QSLs.

5) The award fee is 10,00 €, it includes package and postage.

For more info don't hesitate to e-mail or send a message to the addresses below.

A.R.I. VUSHF Award Manager
IØJXX Sandro Marziali

i0jxx(at)i0jxx.it

I0JXX Sandro Marziali – Via Renzo da Ceri 157 - 00157 Roma - ITALY

 

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PostHeaderIcon W.A.I.P. - Worked Al Italian Provinces V/U/SHF

A.R.I. (The Italian Amateur Radio Association) sponsor, starting from January the 1st 1959, the "W.A.I.P. VHF" award (H.A.I.P. for SWL), and from January the 1st 1975 the "W.A.I.P. UHF and SHF" awards, with also RTTY QSO starting from 01.01.1986, furthermore also PSK31 and all digital modes starting from January the 1st 2001.

The award can be requested by all the OM'S and SWL who are member of A.R.I. or a Radio Society which is member of I.A.R.U., and can demonstrate to have had QSOs with at least the requested provinces number.

All the Italian provinces are valid for the award.

For the following provinces are valid QSOs only after January the 1st 1993: Biella (BI), Crotone (KR), Lecco (LC), Lodi (LO), Prato (PO), Rimini (RN), Verbania (VB), Vibo Valentia (VV)

For the following provinces are valid QSOs only after June 15th 2004: Fermo (FM), Barletta-Andria-Trani (BT), Monza-Brianza (MB)

For the following provinces are valid QSOs only after February 4th 2016: Sud Sardegna (SU)

 

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