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Worked All Europe DX RTTY Contest

Start: 2nd Full Weekend Saturday of November in 00:00 UTC (10 November, 2018 in 00:00)
Finish: Sunday in 23:59 UTC (11 November, 2018 in 23:59)
Modes: RTTY
Bands:
80m40m20m15m10m
Categories (classes):
- SINGLE-OP HIGH
- SINGLE-OP LOW
- MULTI-OP

LOW Power - Max. output 100 watts;
HIGH Power - Output higher than 100 watts.
SINGLE-OP - All bands. Only one signal permitted at any time. Single Operator stations may only operate 36 out of the 48-hour
contest period. Off times must be a minimum of 60 minutes during which no QSO is logged.
MULTI-OP - Band changes are allowed every 10 minutes; this includes all activities of a main station, including QSO & QTC traffic
and CQing. Only exception: Working of a multiplier. Other transmitters may be used in parallel to the main station to work
multipliers on other bands.
Transmitters, receivers and antennas used in the contest must be located within a 2 km diameter circle.
The use of DX spotting nets is allowed in all categories.
QTC Traffic: A QTC is the report of a contest QSO back to a European station (exception: RTTY - Only QTC traffic must be performed between different continents.). The following rules apply: - A QTC contains time, call sign and serial number of the reported QSO. Example: "1307 DA1AA 431" means that DA1AA was worked at 1307 UTC and sent serial number 431. - Each QSO may only be reported once as a QTC. The QTC may not be reported back to the original station. - Every QTC that was correctly transferred, counts one point for the sender and one point for the receiver. - Two stations may exchange up to 10 QTCs maximum. The two stations may establish contact several times to complete the quota. - QTCs are transferred by means of QTC series. A QTC series is a block of one (minimum) to ten (maximum) QTCs. QTC series are numbered using the following scheme: The first figure is the progressive serial number starting with one; the second figure denotes the number of QTCs in the series. Example: "QTC 3/7" means this is the third QTC series transmitted by this station and it contains seven QTCs. - For every QTC series that is transmitted or received, the QTC number, time and frequency band of the QTC transmission must be logged. If any of this data is missing from your log, no credit will be given for this QTC series.
A contest QSO can only be conducted between a European and a non-European station (exception: RTTY). In the RTTY portion of the
WAEDC there are no continental limits; everybody can work everybody.
Each station can be credited only once per band.
Exchanges:
RS(T) + a progressive serial number starting with 001. If the station worked does not send a serial number, log the contact with
number 000.
Points for QSO:
1 points per QSO and per each QTC.
Multipliers:
For non-European stations the multiplier is the number of countries defined in the WAE Country List (see below) worked per band.
For European stations every non-European DXCC entity counts as a multiplier. 
Exception: In the following countries up to ten numerical call areas count as multipliers:
W, VE, VK, ZL, ZS, JA, PY and RA8/RA9 and RA0 - without respect to their geographical location.
Examples: W1, K1, KA1 and K3../1 count as W1; 
VE1, VO1 und VY1 count as VE1; 
JR4, 7M4 und 7K4 count as JA4; 
ZL2 and ZL6 are two different multipliers.
Exception: RTTY - The European and non-European multipliers count for all stations.
Multiplier bonus: Country multiplier points are "weighted" by band. Multiply the number of countries worked on 3.5 MHz by four, on 7 MHz by three, and on 14/21/28 MHz by two. The total multiplier is the sum of the weighted multiplier points of all bands.
WAE Country List: 1A0, 3A, 4O, 4U1I, 4U1V, 9A, 9H, C3, CT, CU, DL, E7, EA, EA6, EI, ER, ES, EU, F, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GM/s, GU, GW, HA, HB, HB0, HV, I, IS, IT, JW, JW/b, JX, LA, LX, LY, LZ, OE, OH, OH0, OJ0, OK, OM, ON, OY, OZ, PA, R1F, RA, RA2, S5, SM, SP, SV, SV/A, SV5, SV9, T7, TA1, TF, TK, UR, YL, YO, YU, Z6, Z3, ZA, ZB. [R1M removed]
Score:
The final score is the result of total QSOs plus QTCs on all bands multiplied by the sum of all multipliers weighted by the band
bonus factor.
Logs:
By submitting an electronic log, the participant claims to fully accept the rules of the contest. A written declaration is not
necessary. 
Note: After publication of the results all logs will be put into the DARC Contest Logbook (DCL).
Hand-written logs:
After the contest use a proper logging program or LM from DL8WAA to enter your data.  
If you do not have a computer, please ask a friend or family member to import the log.
Sending of electronic logs:
Logs need to be uploaded in STF or Cabrillo-Format here: http://www.darc.de/referate/dx/contest/waedc/logupload/.
Deadline:
Log deadline is always two weeks or, more specific, the third Monday after the end of the contest.
Awards:
Continental winners will receive a plaque. Printable online certificates will be availabe for all stations on result publication.
Entries from countries split by numerical call areas for multiplier reasons (see І6) will be listed according to their reported
location within their respective geographical call area.
Stations who activate a WAE country for the WAEDC from where no log was received over the last three years will be recognized as
"WAEDC Hero" and receive a special prize. For 2015 these countries are: 1A0, 3A, 4U1V, 9H, C3, GJ, HV, JW/b, JX, OJ0, OY, R1F,
SV/A, T7, ZA, ZB.
Stations who have been in the Top-Ten/Top-Six list for at least five times can apply for a special plaque.
The WAEDC committee reserves the right to honor special contest activities with additional plaques.
DX & Contest Club Competition: The club score is calculated by adding the final results of all participating club members in all three WAE contests. To be counted, the name of the club has to be indicated in the log on a separate header line using the keyword "CLUB". The club must not be an official national amateur radio club. For a club to be listed, a minimum of three logs must be submitted. A trophy is sponsored for the top DX (non-EU) and the top EU clubs. For DL stations participating in the German DARC/VFDB-Clubmeisterschaft put your DOK in the log on a separate header line using the keyword "SPECIFIC".
Rule Violations, Penalties and Declaration:
Violation of the rules of the contest or unsportsmanlike conduct will be deemed sufficient cause for disqualification. The
decisions of the contest-committee are final.
Questions to Contest-Committee:
Messages to contest manager (no logs): waedc-info@dxhf.darc.de.
Web-site: http://www.waedc.de/
Link for original rules:
english deutch
Examples lines for Cabrillo format logs:
00000000011111111112222222222333333333344444444445555555555666666666677777777778888888888999
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012
For QSO lines:
                              -------transmitted------ -------received---------  
**** ***** ** ********** **** ************* *** ****** ************* *** ****** *
QSO: 14076 RY 2014-11-08 0000 UA8AAA        599 001    YO3XXX        599 001     
QSO:  7043 RY 2014-11-08 0005 UA8AAA        599 002    UA5GGG        599 003     

For QTC lines:
                              --your call-- QTCnr      --corr. call- -------QTC info--------
**** ***** ** ********** **** ************* *****      ************* **** ************* ****
QTC: 14084 RY 2014-11-08 2138 UA8AAA        1/2        DL8WPX        0000 YO3XXX         001
QTC: 14084 RY 2014-11-08 2138 UA8AAA        1/2        DL8WPX        0005 UA5GGG         003
Examples head for Cabrillo format logs:
SINGLE-OP HIGH
SINGLE-OP LOW
MULTI-OP

SINGLE-OP HIGH (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: DARC-WAEDC-RTTY
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP
CATEGORY-POWER: HIGH
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

SINGLE-OP HIGH (Cabrillo 2.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 2.0
CONTEST: DARC-WAEDC-RTTY
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA
CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP HIGH
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1, Chelaybinsk, 454111, Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

SINGLE-OP LOW (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: DARC-WAEDC-RTTY
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP
CATEGORY-POWER: LOW
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

SINGLE-OP LOW (Cabrillo 2.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 2.0
CONTEST: DARC-WAEDC-RTTY
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA
CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP LOW
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1, Chelaybinsk, 454111, Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

MULTI-OP (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: DARC-WAEDC-RTTY
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: MULTI-OP
OPERATORS: UA8AAA UA8BBB
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

MULTI-OP (Cabrillo 2.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 2.0
CONTEST: DARC-WAEDC-RTTY
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA
CATEGORY: MULTI-OP
OPERATORS: UA8AAA UA8BBB
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1, Chelaybinsk, 454111, Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

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