Rules Easter Contest
Rules of the DARC Easter Contest
The Deutscher Amateur-Radio-Club (DARC) has the honor to invite all radio amateurs to participate in the annual Easter Sprint-Contest.
Please have a look into the new General Rules for DARC DXHF-Contests before you start in the contest.
1. Contest Periode
Easter Monday, 18. April 2022, 15.00-17.30 UTC
Log submission deadline: 7 days after contest.
2. Bands / Modes
|CW||3510-3560 khz||7010-7040 khz|
Each station may be worked one time on 3.5 MHz and one time on 7 MHz.
The station calling CQ must QSY after the QSO, leaving the frequency to the station which answered his/her call.
A maximum of 20 band changes or mode changes are allowed during the contest periode.
- Single operator, mixed, low power
- Single operator, mixed, high power
- Single operator, CW, low power
- Single operator, CW, high power
- Single operator, SSB, low power
- Single operator, SSB, high power
Output power: low power = up to 100 watts, high power = more than 100 watts
German stations send RS(T) and their DOK, or "NM" (no member) if they are not a DARC member. NM does not count as a multiplier.
Foreign stations send only: RS(T) + serial number
"NM" does only apply to German stations who aren´t member of the DARC and therefore have no "DOK"
5. Multiplier Points
1 per DOK per band and 1 per prefix per band
6. QSO Points
Each completed QSO counts 1 point
7. Contest awards
Certificates will be awarded to every participant as PDF-file for self-printing.
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.
The sum of the QSO points multiplied by the sum of the multiplier points.
Incorrect QSOs will be deleted.
9. Log Submission
Please submit your log in CABRILLO file format via web upload. The web upload is available at:
The receipt of the log will be automatically confirmed by an email with a message of possible errors in the log and the password for the access to your UBN-file. The logs will be part of the DCL (DARC Community Logbook). By submitting the log, the participant claims to fully accept the rules of the contest.
All entries must be sent within seven (7) days after the contest (for 2022: 25.04.2022).
for questions: email@example.com