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RCC Field Day CW

Start: Saturday of 1st full weekend of June in 15:00 UTC (04 June, 2022 in 15:00)
Finish: Sunday in 14:59 UTC (05 June, 2022 in 14:59)
Modes: CW
Bands:
160m80m40m20m15m10m
Categories (classes):
- SINGLE-OP PORTABLE
- SINGLE-OP PORTABLE RESTRICTED
- SINGLE-OP QRP PORTABLE
- MULTI-ONE PORTABLE
- MULTI-ONE PORTABLE RESTRICTED
- FIXED

FIELD PORTABLE AND MOBILE STATIONS:
SINGLE-OP PORTABLE - Single operator. Without restrictions on the transmitter power (determined by the license), as well as the type
and number of antennas.
MULTI-ONE PORTABLE - Many operators. Without restrictions on the transmitter power (determined by the license), as well as the type
and number of antennas.
Scoring in these categories is conducted separately among Russian stations, among stations located within the IARU Region 1 (including
Russia), and among stations located outside of the IARU Region 1.
SINGLE-OP QRP PORTABLE - Single operator. The output power is no more than 5 watts, without restrictions on the type and number of
antennas used. It is not necessary to transmit the identifier "/QRP" in the callsign.
SINGLE-OP PORTABLE RESTRICTED - Single operator - "restricted class." Maximum power - 100 watts. Only one single-element antenna
(dipole, vertical or loop) for all bands should be used. This antenna should be fed by a single transmission line and may contain
traps and/or replaceable parts. For this antenna, no more than two suspension points are allowed, up to 15 meters high at the
highest point. The height is determined relative to the level of the ground surface on which the operator's workplace is located.
It is not allowed to use additional passive elements (reflectors, directors), as well as phased feeding of antenna elements leading
to an increase in the gain.  
MULTI-ONE PORTABLE RESTRICTED - Many operators - "restricted class." Maximum power - 100 watts. Only one single-element antenna
(dipole, vertical or loop) for all bands should be used. This antenna should be fed by a single transmission line and may contain
traps and/or replaceable parts. For this antenna, no more than two suspension points are allowed, up to 15 meters high at the
highest point. The height is determined relative to the level of the ground surface on which the operator's workplace is located.
It is not allowed to use additional passive elements (reflectors, directors), as well as phased feeding of antenna elements leading
to an increase in the gain.
FIXED STATIONS:
FIXED - Stationary stations, regardless of their location, as well as all stations that do not meet the "General requirements for field
portable and mobile stations".
General requirements for all participants and for all stations:
- The operation of a FIXED station must be from a single station location where transmitters, receivers, computer equipment, other devices
connected to receivers/transmitters (except antennas) are located within a circle of a diameter no greater than 500 m. Antennas must be
physically connected by RF transmission lines to the transmitters (amplifiers) and receivers.
- The operation of a field portable (/P) station must be from a single station location where transmitters, receivers, computer equipment,
other devices connected to receivers/transmitters (except antennas), as well as electric power sources, are located within a circle of a
diameter no greater than 500 m. Antennas must be physically connected by RF transmission lines to the transmitters (amplifiers) and receivers.
- All transmitters, receivers, antennas, computer equipment, other devices connected to receivers/transmitters, as well as electric power sources
of land/river mobile (/M), maritime mobile (/MM) and aeronautical mobile (/AM) stations must be located on board the corresponding land/river,
maritime and aeronautical vehicle. Transmitters, receivers, antennas, computer equipment, other devices connected to receivers/transmitters, as
well as electric power sources of pedestrian mobile (/PM) stations, regardless of the identifier used in the callsign (/P, /M or /PM), must be
carried exclusively by the operator of such a mobile station (the vehicle in this case is the person himself) and/or carried by a non-motorized
vehicle driven by the mechanical efforts of the operator of such a mobile station (and/or carried by horse-drawn, animal-powered or animal-powered
pack vehicle controlled by the operator of such a mobile station). There are no restrictions on movement during the contest period for land/river
mobile, maritime mobile and aeronautical mobile stations. However, if transmitters, receivers, electric power sources and antennas of a mobile
station of any kind are partially or completely located outside (overboard) of the vehicle, then such a station is considered field portable (/P)
station. The operation of such a field portable station must be from a single station location and such a station is subject to a restriction on
the location of the station equipment in a 500-meter diameter circle.
- If a land/river, maritime or aeronautical vehicle is permanently moored or stationary (e.g. a museum ship), then the station installed on such a
vehicle is considered FIXED.
- If a callsign and/or an identifier in a callsign changes during the contest (for example, the station first operated from the field with the
callsign UA1AAA/P, and then from a stationary (home) position with the callsign UA1AAA, or first as UA1AAA/P, and then as UA1AAA/M), then this is
considered as separate participations/entrances in the contest. In this case, separate contest logs should be submitted for each participation/entrance
and each participation/entrance should have its own numbering of QSOs in the transmitted exchange serial numbers.
General requirements for field portable and mobile stations: - The location of the field portable (/P) station must be at least 100 meters away from the nearest buildings and points of the mains power grid. (This rule does not apply to land/river mobile (/M), maritime mobile (/MM), aeronautical mobile (/AM) and pedestrian mobile (/PM) stations.) - The power supply of the station equipment must be provided from batteries, renewable sources of electricity (solar panels, wind generators, hydro generators), gasoline or diesel electric generators. These sources of electricity must be located within of the location of the field portable station (within a circle of a diameter no greater than 500 m) or on board the vehicle and these sources of electricity must not have connections to the mains power grid. - No stationary structures (buildings, towers, geodetic signs, etc.) should be used to mount antennas. - It is not allowed to use existing or previously installed equipment. The installation of antennas and other equipment of the station must begin no earlier than 24 hours before the start of the contest. (This rule does not apply to land/river mobile (/M), maritime mobile (/MM), aeronautical mobile (/AM) and pedestrian mobile (/PM) stations.)
Stations that do not meet the above requirements should participate in this contest only in the FIXED category. Field portable, land/river mobile, maritime mobile, aeronautical mobile and pedestrian mobile stations should use a callsign with the appropriate identifier: /P, /M, /MM, /AM, /PM. Without such an identifier, a station should participate in this contest only in the FIXED category.
It is highly desirable that field portable and mobile stations provide the organizers with information about their planned operation before the start of the contest.
It is allowed to have a single radiated signal at any given time in all categories and subcategories. At the same time, only one transceiver (transmitter) is allowed in all categories and subcategories with one operator (Single-Op), and no more than two transceivers (transmitters) are allowed in all categories and subcategories with more than one operator (Multi-Op) and in the FIXED category. If a station with one operator uses SO2R technology, then such a station should participate in this contest only in the Multi-Op/Portable, FIXED categories or in the Multi-Op/Portable-Restricted subcategory (taking into account the above requirements).
Same station may be worked once per band.
Exchanges:
RS(T) + serial number, starting with 001.
Points for QSO:
For stations located within the IARU Region 1:
2 points per QSO with a stationary (FIXED) station located within the IARU Region 1;
3 points per QSO with a stationary (FIXED) station located outside of the IARU Region 1;
5 points per QSO with any field portable (/P), land/river mobile (/M), maritime mobile (/MM), aeronautical mobile (/AM), 
pedestrian mobile (/PM) station.
For stations located outside of the IARU Region 1:
2 points per QSO with a stationary (FIXED) station located outside of the IARU Region 1;
3 points per QSO with a stationary (FIXED) station located within the IARU Region 1;
5 points per QSO with any field portable (/P), land/river mobile (/M), maritime mobile (/MM), aeronautical mobile (/AM), 
pedestrian mobile (/PM) station.
Notes: The concept of "Field portable and mobile station" when scoring points for communications applies to any station using a callsign with the identifier "/P" or "/M" or "/MM" or "/AM" or "/PM", regardless of whether this station meets the above-described "General requirements for field portable and mobile stations" or does not. A station located exactly on the border of the IARU Region 1 (for example, in Antarctica, at the South Pole) is considered to be located in the IARU Region 1.
The IARU Region 1 includes: - the whole of Europe; - Africa (except for the islands located east of 60 degrees east longitude and south of the equator, that is, such territories as 3B9, FT#X, FT#Z, VK0/Heard, VQ9 and the African part of 8Q7); - the entire territory of the former USSR (4J, 4L, EK, ER, ES, EW, EX, EY, EZ, LY, RI1F, UA1/3/4/5/6/7, UA2, UA8/9/0, UK, UN, UT, YL); - the entire ITU zone 39 (A4, A6, A7, A9, E4, HZ, JY, OD, TA, YI, YK, ZC4, 4X, 5B, 7O, 9K); - Mongolia (JT); - a part of Antarctica located between 20 degrees west longitude and 60 degrees east longitude (through the zero Greenwich meridian).
Multipliers:
Each DXCC country and each federal district of the Russian Federation give 1 point for the multiplier on each band. One QSO with a Russian
station can give 2 points for the multiplier (1 point as a DXCC country plus 1 point as a federal district of the Russian Federation).
Non-land stations (/MM, /AM) do not give points for the multiplier.
Score:
The final result is determined by multiplying the sum of QSO points by a common factor.
Logs:
Accept electronic logs in CABRILLO, which can be downloaded via the Web interface or send by e-mail. Allowed
electronic logs in formats other than CABRILLO, but such logs are only accepted via e-mail and only as CHECKLOG. 
QSO are given in chronological order, the scoring is optional. On the summary sheet (or in the header of the log) indicated
personal data of the participant and a description of the equipment/antennas. All participants of the working conditions in the
field, must submit photos of his work station. Photos should be sent e-mail fd@qrz.ru.
In the judicial decision field party who has not submitted photographs, can be moved to another category/subcategory. If the
submitted photographs and indicated in the log equipment/antennas in doubt a participant of the relevant requirements to work
in a category/subcategory, then such member can be moved to another category/subcategory.
Field parties should also indicate in the log the location of its position (with reference to the nearest locality or
geographic coordinates).
Specify the name of the contest:
- For CW Field Day, which takes place the first full weekend of June: FD-RCC-CW
- For Phone Field Day, which takes place the first full weekend of September: FD-RCC-SSB.
For the Russian participants - postal address and the name and patronymic name is desirable to specify in Russian (Cyrillic). 
Participants from other countries, it is desirable to specify this information in English (Latin - Latin letters). 
For information on the equipment used, and the location of the antennas in the CABRILLO can be specified in the rows SOAPBOX in
Russian or English. 
Each sent by e-mail and log to each email with photographs sent to a private reception in the confirmation log/photo. If such
confirmation is not received within 3 working days, you can duplicate the log/photos to address ru3se@yandex.ru.
Confirm the reception of logs uploading via the Web interface robot sent automatically to your e-mail address specify when
uploading the log. 
Note. It is understood that the parties agree to use the opportunity to share their logs with country managers HF Field Day in
other countries (for judging purposes).
Sending of electronic logs:
Logs may be upload via Web interface or may be sent to e-mail: fd@qrz.ru.
Deadline:
The deadline for submitting the contest log is no later than 5 days after the end of the contest (the next Friday after the contest, 23:59 UTC).
Contest logs submitted after the 5-day deadline can only be accepted as checklogs.
Logs submitted after the completion of the judging will not be accepted.
Awards:
The Russian Contest Club sponsors the following awards for each of the contests (CW and SSB):
- a cup (or other valuable prize) and a diploma for the 1st place among stations that have operated from the territories and countries
of the IARU Region 1 in the Multi-Op/Portable category;
- a cup (or other valuable prize) and a diploma for the 1st place among stations that have operated from the territory of the Russian
Federation in the Multi-Op/Portable category, if in this category the winner among Russian stations differs from the winner among the
stations of the IARU Region 1;
- a cup (or other valuable prize) and a diploma for the 1st place among stations that have operated from the territories and countries
of the IARU Region 1 in the Single-Op/Portable category;
- a cup (or other valuable prize) and a diploma for the 1st place among stations that have operated from the territory of the Russian
Federation in the Single-Op/Portable category, if in this category the winner among Russian stations differs from the winner among the
stations of the IARU Region 1;
- a diploma for the 1st place among stations that have operated from territories and countries located outside of the IARU Region 1 in
the Multi-Op/Portable category;
- a diploma for the 1st place among stations that have operated from territories and countries located outside of the IARU Region 1 in
the Single-Op/Portable category;
- diplomas for the 1st places in the FIXED category and in each of the subcategories;
- diplomas for the 1st places in Russia and in the federal districts of the Russian Federation in each of the categories and subcategories
(for stations from Russia);
- diplomas for the 1st places in DXCC countries in each of the categories and subcategories (for stations outside of Russia);
- electronic certificates will be made available for download for everyone that submits a contest log (except checklog).
At the discretion of the director (contest manager) of the contest, diplomas may be issued for other significant results.
Any organization or individual can sponsor any other awards to the entrants of this contest. Such an organization or individual should inform
the director (contest manager) of the RCC HF Field Day about their desire to become such a sponsor by e-mail fd@qrz.ru or ru3se@yandex.ru
An entrant who is transferred to another category/subcategory by a judge’s decision may be deprived of the right to any awards. In this case,
the award is awarded to the next entrant according to the result.
Notes. 
1) After the publication of the official results on the website http://fd.qrz.ru/ and/or on the website http://fd.contest.ru/ entrants who have
won awards are recommended to provide in e-mail to fd@qrz.ru or ru3se@yandex.ru the correct postal address for sending these awards. Cups
or other valuable prizes are sent to entrants by registered postal delivery. Diplomas are sent to entrants by simple postal item. If a simple
postal item with a diploma for some reason did not reach the addressee, then the entrant can request the re-sending of his/her diploma.
2) Diplomas for the 1st places in the DXCC countries and in the federal districts of the Russian Federation are sent to entrants if these entrants,
after the publication of official results, inform by e-mail fd(at)qrz.ru or ru3se(at)yandex.ru about his/her desire to get his/her diplomas, or,
if in Cabrillo logs of these entrants explicitly indicate the desire to receive a diploma (there is a CERTIFICATE: YES line there).
Rule Violations, Penalties and Declaration:
Declaration.
Providing a log, the participant agrees that he:
1) you have read and understood the rules of these competitions and are willing to obey them
2) worked in accordance with all rules and regulations concerning Amateur radio by location station
3) agreed that its UBN-file can be published openly 
4) agreed that all judicial decisions are official and final.
If a participant does not intend or may not agree with all the above the participant should not provide the log, or it is only
the log for the control (check log).
Violation of the rules, the license terms, unsportsmanlike conduct are sufficient condition for disqualification the participant. In the case of providing false or incomplete data about their radio station, the participant may be moved to another category/subcategory or to CHECKLOG and/or disqualified. Any decision of the jury is final.
Web-site: http://fd.qrz.ru/
Link for original rules:
english russian
Examples lines for Cabrillo format logs:
000000000111111111122222222223333333333444444444455555555556666666666777777777788
123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901
                              -------transmitted------ -------received---------  
**** ***** ** ********** **** ************* *** ****** ************* *** ****** *
QSO:  7029 CW 2013-06-01 1500 UA8AAA/P      599 001    SP9XXX        599 001     
QSO: 14024 CW 2013-06-01 1505 UA8AAA/P      599 002    UA5GGG/P      599 004     
Examples head for Cabrillo format logs:
SINGLE-OP PORTABLE
SINGLE-OP PORTABLE RESTRICTED
SINGLE-OP QRP PORTABLE
MULTI-ONE PORTABLE
MULTI-ONE PORTABLE RESTRICTED
FIXED

SINGLE-OP PORTABLE (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: FD-RCC-CW
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA/P
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP
CATEGORY-STATION: PORTABLE
LOCATION: CB-48
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

SINGLE-OP PORTABLE RESTRICTED (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: FD-RCC-CW
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA/P
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP
CATEGORY-STATION: PORTABLE
CATEGORY-OVERLAY: RESTRICTED
LOCATION: CB-48
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

SINGLE-OP QRP PORTABLE (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: FD-RCC-CW
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA/P
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP
CATEGORY-POWER: QRP
CATEGORY-STATION: PORTABLE
LOCATION: CB-48
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

MULTI-ONE PORTABLE (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: FD-RCC-CW
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA/P
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: MULTI-OP
CATEGORY-STATION: PORTABLE
CATEGORY-TRANSMITTER: ONE
OPERATORS: UA8AAA UA8BBB
LOCATION: CB-48
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

MULTI-ONE PORTABLE RESTRICTED (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: FD-RCC-CW
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA/P
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: MULTI-OP
CATEGORY-STATION: PORTABLE
CATEGORY-TRANSMITTER: ONE
CATEGORY-OVERLAY: RESTRICTED
OPERATORS: UA8AAA UA8BBB
LOCATION: CB-48
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

FIXED (Cabrillo 3.0 format):
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: FD-RCC-CW
CALLSIGN: UA8AAA
CATEGORY-STATION: FIXED
LOCATION: CB-07
NAME: Ivan Ivanov
ADDRESS: ul. Lenina 17-1
ADDRESS-CITY: Chelaybinsk
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 454111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: Russia
EMAIL: ua8aaa@yandex.ru

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