CVADX 60ª Edition – 2019 – Rules

 

BRAZILIAN ARMY
COMMUNICATIONS SCHOOL

 

                                                               

 

COMMUNICATIONS SOCIETY  – CRAEC

http://www.cvadx.org

PT2CVA – Official Station

President

Antônio Anderson Silva Marques – 1º Ten

Secretary

Rodrigo C. Tibúrcio da Silva – SGT

60th Green and Yellow Competition – CVA

(CW – 3rd weekend of August)

(SSB – 4th Weekend of August)

Organizers

PT2AC – Glauber

PS7DX – Ed

 

 

REGULATION OF THE GREEN AND YELLOW CONTEST (1.2)

Last modified 18 / December / 2018

 

DATE:

Mode Event Time

CW – START – Third Saturday full of August (17/08/2019) 21:00 (UTC)

CW – END –     Third Sunday full of August (18/08/2019) 21:00 (UTC)

SSB – START – Saturday Room full of August (24/08/2019) 21:00 (UTC)

SSB – END       Fourth Sunday full of August (25/08/2019) 21:00 (UTC)

 

CATEGORIES

2.1 Categories for modes, CW and SSB:

OBS: For all categories: The log presented must be compatible with the classes of the operators. The operation (to score) of persons not carrying COER, as well as of holders of COER in QRG not authorized to its class, is forbidden.

2.1.1) YL Single Operator YL (YL Class A, B or C) Exclusive to Women Amateurs, All operation and registration works are performed by one person (the operator). The output power shall not exceed the maximum power allowed by the legislation in force in the country. Award (1st place national for each class, A, B and C and 1st place international).

2.1.2) Single Operator – Single Band High Power: 10, 15, 20, 40 and 80m (SOSB HP): All operation and registration works are performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The output power shall not exceed the maximum power allowed by the legislation in force in the country. It is allowed to operate in more than one band and choose only one of them to compete, however, the complete log must be sent. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally)

2.1.3) Single Operator – Single Band Low Power (up to 100 w): 10, 15, 20, 40 and 80m (SOSB LP): All operation and registration work is performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The total output power should not exceed 100W. It is allowed to operate in more than one band and choose only one of them to compete, however, the complete log must be sent. (Award for 1st place national and 1st place international).

2.1.4) Single Operator –   QRP all Bands (up to 5 w) (SOAB QRP): All operation and registration works are performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The total power output should not exceed 5w (Award for the 1st place national and 1st place international).

2.1.5) Single Operator – All Bands High Power (SOAB HP): All operation and registration work is performed by one person (the operator). The output power shall not exceed the maximum power allowed by the legislation in force in the country. (Award for 1st place national and 1st place international).

2.1.6) Single Operator – All Bands Low Power (SOAB LP): All operation and registration works are performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The maximum output power should not exceed 100 watts (Award for 1st place national and 1st place international).

2.1.7) (MULTI OP MIL): More than one person may contribute to the final score during the official period of the competition, either civilian or military. military, operating stations within Military Organizations, Armed Forces or Auxiliary, Audits of the Military Justice of the Union, Building headquarters of the Superior Military Tribunal and Boards of Military Service in the municipalities. Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The output power shall not exceed the maximum power allowed by the legislation in force in the country. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally).

2.1.8) Single Military Operator – All Bands Low Power (SOAB MIL LP): (Active military, Reserve remunerated, EB R/2 Aspirants, Officers and Sergeants R/2 or Retired of the three Armed Forces and Auxiliary Forces – Military Police and Military Fire Brigade). All operation and registration work is performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The maximum output power should not exceed 100 watts. The call sign licensed on behalf of the operator (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally.

2.1.9) Single Military Operator – All Bands High Power (SOAB MIL HP): (Active Military, Reserve remunerated, Officers and Sergeants R/2 or Retired of the three Armed Forces and Auxiliary Forces – Military Police and Military Fire Brigade ). All operation and registration work is performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The output power shall not exceed the maximum power allowed by the legislation in force in the country. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally).

2.1.10) Single Operator of the Auxiliary Network of the Brazilian Army – All Low Power Bands (SOAB RAEB LP): Exclusive for Brazilian Radio Hammers members of the Brazilian Army Auxiliary Network (RAEB) project and listed in the CRAEC register . All operation and registration work is performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The maximum output power should not exceed 100 watts. The call sign licensed on behalf of the operator. (Award for 1st place national).

(List of registered in RAEB)

2.1.11) Single Operator of the Auxiliary Network of the Brazilian Army – All Bands High Power (new category (SOAB RAEB HP) Exclusive to Brazilian Radio Hammers members of the Brazilian Army Auxiliary Network (RAEB) project and listed in the CRAEC All operating and registration work is performed by one person (the operator) Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time Maximum output power must not exceed 1000 watts The call sign licensed in the name of the operator. (Award for 1st place national).

(List of registered in RAEB)

2.1.12) Multi – Operator – Single Transmitter All Bands Low Power (MULTI ONE LP): More than one person can contribute to the final score during the official period of the competition. Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The output power should not exceed 100 W (one hundred watts). The log presented must be compatible with the classes of the operators. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally).

2.1.13) Multi – Operator – Single Transmitter All Bands High Power (MULTI ONE HP): More than one person can contribute to the final score during the official competition period. Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The output power shall not exceed the maximum power allowed by the legislation in force in the country. The log presented must be compatible with the classes of the operators. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally).

2.1.14) Multi – Operator – Two Transmitters (MULTI – TWO): More than one person can contribute to the final score during the official competition period. A maximum of two transmitted signals is allowed at any time in different bands. Any of the transmitters can work any and all stations. A station can only be operated once per band regardless of which transmitter is used. The output power shall not exceed the maximum power allowed by the legislation in force in the country. The log should indicate which transmitter made each QSO (column 81 of the QSO CABRILLO model (n1mm) for contests module CVADX stations two), The displayed log should be compatible with the classes of the operators. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally).

2.1.15) HQ (LABRE and Associations Recognized by IARU) (HQ): More than one person may contribute to the final score during the official period of the competition. Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The output power shall not exceed the maximum power allowed by the legislation in force in the country. When the operation is not at the association’s headquarters, the station must have its license. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally).

2.1.16) TEEN Single Operator (up to 17 years) (TEEN): All operation and registration work is performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. The total output power should not exceed 100W. The call sign licensed on behalf of the operator. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally).

2.1.17) OVERLAY: SUBCATEGORY CW and SSB

  1. a) ROOKIE (rookie-single operator): to participate in this category, the operator must have been licensed three (3) years or less from the date of the competition. Indicate the date of the first license in the SOAPBOX field and never have participated in the CVA DX with another call sign. All operation and registration works are performed by one person (the operator). Only one transmitted signal is allowed at any time. (Award for 1st place nationally and internationally).
  2. b) Demonstration (Demonstration): for the inclusion in this category, the station, in local open to public visitation and the electric power of the local concessionaire can be used. More than one person can contribute to a final evaluation during the official competition period. (Award for the 1st national and international post).

2.1.18) Classification of clubs: (Award for the 1st national and international). The name of the club indicated must be EXACTLY equal to a certain number of sites in the CVA DX Contest, without any accent or any other character.

  1. EXCHANGE
  2. a) Director Station (PT2CVA),

RST + CVA (599 CVA or 59 CVA)

OBS: President, Secretary of CRAEC and Organizers of the CVA contest, can send the exchange “CVA” and the QSO will be worth 10 points. (all are “hors concours”)

RST + CVA (599 CVA or 59 CVA)

  1. b) LABRE stations and Associations of amateurs recognized by IARU

RST + HQ (599 HQ or 59 HQ)

  1. c) Stations located in Military Units or Single Military Operator

RST + MIL (599 MIL or 59 MIL)

  1. d) Brazilian stations

RST + UF (599 RN or 59 RN)

* RN is a UF of Rio Grande do Norte.

  1. e) QRP stations

RST + QRP (599 QRP or 59 QRP)

  1. f) YL stations

RST + YL (599 YL or 59 YL)

  1. g) TEEN stations operated by radio amateur with age less than or equal to 17 years.

RST + TEEN (599 TEEN OR 59 TEEN)

  1. h) RAEB stations (Radio amateur friend of the Brazilian Army, registered in the RAEB project.

See here a RAEB list

RST + RB (599 RB or 59 RB)

  1. i) Demonstration Stations (demonstration)

RST + FD (599 FD or 59 FD)

  1. j) DX stations

RST + DX (599 DX or 59 DX)

QRP: 599 QRP or 59 QRP

MIL: 599 MIL 59 MIL

YL: 599 YL or 59 YL

HQ: 599 HQ or 59 HQ

TEEN: 599 TEEN OR 59 TEEN

FD: 599 FD or 59 FD

  1. k) General Call: CQ CVA …
  2. Points:

All confirmed QSOs with a station per band will be validated.

  1. a) Brazilian stations

Between the stations of Brazil = 2 pts.

Contact Brazil and DX = 3 pts.

  1. b) DX Stations

QSO without stations in same country = 1 pt

QSO Between stations of different countries = 1 pt

Contacts with stations in Brazil = 3 pts.

  1. c) All Stations

CRAEC  Station (PT2CVA), President, Secretary and Organizers of the CVA = 10

Contacts with station MIL, YL, TEEN, FD, MIL, HQ or RB = 5 pts. (regardless of country) Contacts with offers QRP = 3 pts. (regardless of country).

  1. d) Validation of QSO

With station that is not delivered log – will be valid if the call sign appears in at least 5 validated logs

With the same station in different bands – it will be valid since the QSO in another band has been made in the interval of 10 minutes or more

Indicatives presented in only 01 (one) Unique Logos called UNIQUES and as QSO registry errors.

  1. MULTIPLICATORS:

Two types of multipliers will be used:

M1) Multiplier for different Brazilian UF contacted by band.

Example PY1CJ logged at 28,000 Hz and 14,000 Hz add two (2) multipliers

M2) A different multiplier per country computed only once in all bands.

Example N1MM logged at 28,000 Hz and 14,000 Hz sum 01 (one) multiplier.

Attention: Without N1MM module like configurations with change “MIL, YL, TEEN, FD, MIL, QRP, HQ or RB”, but without programming of calculation of the CVA, like those included like counted like multipliers normally.

Permitted contacts with the facilities of the own country for multiplier credit.

Federative Units:

  • State UF                               State UF                               State UF
  • Acre AC                                Alagoas AL                           Amapá AP
  • Amazonas AM                  Bahia BA                               Ceará CE
  • Federal District DF         Espírito Santo ES              Goiás GO
  • Maranhão MA                  Mato Grosso MT                Mato Grosso MS
  • Minas Gerais MG            Pará PA                                  Paraíba PB
  • Paraná PR                          Pernambuco PE                  Piauí PI
  • Rio de Janeiro RJ             Rio G Sul RS                          Rondônia RO
  • Rio G Norte RN                Roraima RR                          Santa Catarina SC
  • Sao Paulo SP                     Sergipe SE                             Tocantins TO
  1. FINAL SCORE:

The final score is obtained by the following formula:

Total of the final score = sum of QSO points of all bands x [M1 (UF per bands) + M2 (Countries worked from all bands)

  1. PENALTIES:
  2. a) – Incorrect annotation of the Indicative: loss of QSO to the person who wrote the wrong one;
  3. b) Incorrect Exchange annotation: loss of the QSO to the wrong recorder;
  4. c) – QSO DUPE: there is no penalty but only one QSO will be validated;
  5. d) –Incorrect band: loss of QSO for both;
  6. e) – QTR in excess of 5 minutes: loss of QSO for both;
  7. f) – Shipment of logs on paper or formats not accepted by the verification system (it is allowed that the radio amateur can correct his Log refused by the system of calculation, until September 9);
  8. g) -The use of the DX Cluster is allowed, but the auto-spot is prohibited: loss of 100 points per proven auto-spot;
  9. h) Call QRG station “occupied” by another station: If intentional and proven by recording, loss of 100 points for the offender.
  10. i) -The operation (to punctuate) by persons without COER is forbidden: Reclassification for Check Log;
  11. j) – The operation (to score) of COER holders in QRG not authorized to its class is restricted: Reclassification to Check Log.
  12. k) – Violation of the rules of the contest or the legislation on amateur radio or even unsportsmanlike conduct may lead to a disqualification or reclassification to check log category.
  1. RESOURCES

The CX DX CONTEST Organization will only accept appeals, up to 5 (five) days after the publication of the “Claimed Scores” and until 48 hours after the final result is disclosed, by e-mail

9.DECLARATION:

By submitting your participation log on the CX DX CONTEST you agree that:

1) you have read and understood the rules of the contest and agree to follow them,

2) you have operated according to all the rules and regulations pertaining to your country’s amateur radio amateur,

3) your log can be opened to the public and,

4) All actions and decisions of the CVA DX Contest Committee are official and final …

10.LOGS AND RESULTS:

1) All logs should be sent via web http://www.cvadx.org/logcheck.html or via e-mail: (CW)  cw@cvadx.org    and (SSB)  ssb@cvadx.org  by 23:59 on September 9 of the year of the contest. The submission or resubmission of any log after this date will be considered late log

2) The log should be sent in the Cabrillo 3.0 format, putting in the subject of the e-mail only the code and mode of participation, for example: PS7AA CW or PS7AA SSB

3) The Recommended Software for Logging is N1MM, https://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.ph

4) The results will be posted on the CVA DX website (www.cvadx.org).

5) CVADX participation certificates will be made available for download at the time the results are released.

6) Competitors in categories YL, QRP, HQ, TEEN, RB, MIL, must complete LOCATION with the corresponding exchange

Example:

LOCATION: YL

6) Beginning in 2019, the CVADX Contest will make public all logs received in order to show transparency of the CVA contest, and will allow participants to study the logs for better strategies and techniques.

note:

Check logs will not be released. These records are sent to help the competition committee and will not have the score published in the results.

The disclosed logs will have the Address and EMAIL fields removed. Whenever possible, we try to find email addresses in SOAPBOX and remove them to protect participants’ privacy.

The published logs will be “used” in the CVADX calculation process.

All records will be in Cabrillo format. You will be able to read them using any text editor or viewer.

GOOD COMPETITION!

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