quarta-feira, 2 de maio de 2012


Caros colegas
Mais um ano em que a Escola de Gouveia, representada por Paulo Sousa -
CT1FUH vai representar a Rede dos Emissores Portugueses e Portugal na
competição entre escolas em mais uma edição do EUROPEAN SCHOOL EVENT
no dia 5 de Maio de 2012.
Os nossos agradecimentos pelo projecto e empenho junto dos alunos que
operam a estação CS5GVA.
( Mais informações sobre os operadores deste ano de 2012, em:
http://cs5gva.blogspot.pt/2012/03/operadores-em-2012.html )
73 Carlos Nora, CT1END
Presidente de Direcção da REP
The Annual School Club EU – Day (May 5th) 2012
The annual School Club EU – Day activity on May 5th is supposed to
bring contacts with and among school amateur radio club and training
stations as well as contacts with every other station from all over
Europe (WAE list).
The activity is a great way to get young operators on the air from
their school shacks using their training call signs (or the school
club's call sign for irrelevant messages only – according to national
law). Very often a new operator will be intimidated by the fear of not
knowing what to say to the stranger on the other side of the radio.
The exchange of information helps to overcome this fear in a low
pressure contest format, it should not be made a "5-9-contest",
Operators are encouraged to take more time to chat beyond the exchange
of the necessary details.
A certificate of participation will be issued for stations that send
an excerpt from the log of the day. There is also the chance of
winning one of the fantastic prizes issued by AATiS.
(1) Object: All stations exchange QSO information as below with as many stations
as possible, especially school club stations or training stations (DNprefixes).
(2) Period of Activity: 5th May 2012 – 08:00 till 14:00 UTC = 6 hours
a maximum of 60 minutes for scoring (see 6)
(3) Entry Classes: (1) UHF/VHF/SHF only (2) HF only
(4) Frequencies Stations participating should use the following
frequencies for first contact (+ / - QRM):
40m – 7.070 MHz; 20m – 14.270 MHz 15m – 21.270 MHz etc.
(5) Exchange: Your call sign, RS (T), your WW-Locator. (For example:
DF0HH 59 JO43po)
(6) Scoring and multiplier: calculate the distance for each QSO within
60 minutes of your choice with any station from EU-Countries (WAE
list), e.g. JO43po <> J=22lk = 317 kms. Multiply the summary of
distances with the number of EU-countries operated within the period
of activity (6 hours) on this day.
Stations may be contacted once each on PHON,CW and DIGI-MOD (Packet,
RTTY, PSK31,...)
Repeater contacts are allowed. Give the repeater's call sign and locator.
(7) More info: Participants may use a computer program to calculate
the locator distances. The latest version of HAMEUTAG – a specially
written program for EU-DAY - is available for download from
Fonte: Rede dos Emissores Portugueses- REP

Message: 1
Date: Wed, 2 May 2012 06:09:13 +0100
From: Jo?o Costa > CT1FBF <ct1fbf@gmail.com>
Subject: ARLA/CLUSTER: Campeonato Europeu de Radioamadorismo Escolar
To: Cluster-ARLA <cluster@radio-amador.net>

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