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BARTG  *  GB2ATG  *  NEWS  *  BARTG  *  NEWS  *  GB2ATG  *  BARTG
This is the - British Amateur Radio Teledata Group - News Broadcast Service
for all Amateurs and Short Wave Listeners interested in RTTY Amtor, Pactor
and Packet Radio.

This news is broadcast during the first full week commencing Monday each
month, to the following schedule..

Evening transmissions at 1930 GMT. on 3.584 MHz. Mark. +/- for QRM.
RTTY on Monday-AFSK, Wednesday-AFSK and Friday-FSK
Pactor-FEC on Tuesday.
Amtor-FEC on Thursday and Saturday.

Morning transmission at 1000 GMT. on 7.041 MHz. Mark. +/- for QRM.
RTTY on Sunday-AFSK.

An edited version of this bulletin is available on the Packet network as a
BARTG at GBR. file thanks to: Andy (G3ZYP) at GB7MXM.#36.GBR.EU.

It is also posted on the "INTERNET" system via the INFO-HAMS list on UCSD.EDU.
thanks to Iain (G6ARO) who is available on the "JANET" network as
Iain@HUMBER.AC.UK

News for March 1994. Bulletin No. 015. (all times are GMT).

BARTG Information.
Due to pressure of other work, Ian Wade (G3NRW) is unable to continue editing
"Packet International" and has resigned his position on the committee. The
Packet pages will continue under another author.

Andy (G3ZYP) has volunteered to adopt the work of BARTG Publicity Officer.
This will relieve some of the pressure from BARTG Secretary Ian Brothwell
(G4EAN).

RTTY DX Activity.
14 MHz.
6W6JX and ZL3AFT 0830,
SU1AH 1000
ZA1MH 1300
OD5PL 1400
J28JJ and YB3AQF 1500
TA5C and 5B4VX 1530
A45XC and 4U1ITU 1600
XU7VK and EA8BUT 1630
ZS6NW 1730
FG5FI 1800
C91AI and CO2AW 1830
3Y0PI, CX3ABE, PY3QA and P43VLP 1900
EA8AKL and VP8BFH 1930
FM5GN and V50CM 2000
ZP5FGS 2200
S92ZM 2300

21 MHz.
CU1AC 1630

Pactor Activity.
3.5 MHz.
T91EZG 2030

QSL Information.
4U1ITU via IK2NCJ.
C91AI via CT1DGZ.
OD5PL via HB9CRV.
3Y0PI via AA6BB.

Contests.
The BARTG VHF/UHF RTTY contest open to all in CQ zones 14 and 15 runs from
1000 until 1500 on Sunday 10th April.
144 - 432 - 1296 MHz bands excluding repeaters.
Exchange message is Time of QSO (GMT), RST report and Maidenhead Locator.
Score in accordance with the distance chart for 144 and 432 MHz.
0 to 50 Km = 1 Point.
50 to 100 Km = 3 points and pro-rata.
For 1296 MHz score 1 point per Km.
Separate classes for (A) Single operator. (B) Multi operator and
(C) Short Wave Listener.
Entry logs must be post marked no later than May 9 to qualify.

Full rules and copies of sample log and summary sheets available from the
BARTG Contest Manager by enclosing a SASE A4 size to:-
John Barber (G4SKA) P.O. Box 8, Tiverton, Devon EX16 5YU.


The SARTG Amtor contest starts Saturday April 16 with 3 periods of operation.
0000-0800 Saturday April 16.
1600-2400 Saturday April 16.
0800-1600 Sunday April 17.
All 5 HF bands 80 to 10 metres. Stations may be contacted once per band for
QSO points and multiplier credit.

This contest is Amtor only using FEC mode for CQ calls and ARQ for contest
exchange. Contest exchange in any other mode is subject to disqualification.

Exchange message is RST - Own name - and three digit QSO serial number
starting 001.

Classes:
(A) Single operator all bands.
(B) Single operator single band.
(C) Multi operator single TX all bands.
(D) Short Wave Listener all bands.
A single operator all band may also enter a single band class.

Scoring:
(5) Points for QSO with own country.
(10) Points for QSO with other countries in own continent.
(15) Points for QSO with other continents.

Multipliers:
Each country on the current DXCC countries list including the first contact
with - W - VE - VK - and JA - plus each call district in - W - VE - VK - and JA
- count as separate multipliers on each band.

Total score = Sum of QSO points times sum of multipliers on each band.

Short Wave Listeners use same rules but based on stations and messages copied.

Logs must be received by June 10, 1994 and must contain a separate sheet for
each band plus an overall summary sheet. Copies of the full rules are available
from the editor with SASE please.

Send completed logs to:
SARTG contest manager.
Bo Ohlsson (SM4CMG). Skulsta 1258, S-710 41 Fellingsbro. Sweden.

Thanks this month to..
G3ZYP and G4BMK.


BARTG caters for all DATA interests with information-components-kits -ready
built units and software from experts. Members receive a 120 page quarterly
journal devoted to data modes. Beginners guides for most data modes are
available. The group sponsors HF and VHF RTTY contests, administers its own DX
and members award scheme and runs an annual rally.

This copy of BARTG News is posted by Iain Kendall (G6ARO) who can be contacted
via Internet e-mail at.. iain@humber.ac.uk Items for inclusion in the
broadcast may also be mailed to this address, as well as any queries regarding
membership or services offered by BARTG.

Copy of the news as distributed by G0ARF 940301






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