The Nordic Radio Amateur Union

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SSA Portabletest

Welcome to SSA Portabeltest 2014

Vår: May 18, 0700-100 UTC

Høst: August 17, 0700-1100 UTC


 All radioamateurs in JW, JX, LA, OH, OHØ, OJØ, OX, OY, OZ, SM and TF are invited to this portabel contest.

Sponsored by Sveriges Sänderamatører (SSA)

ONLY for Portabel stations !!!
New frequency limits on 40 m SSB from May 2010!
*** 7060 - 7130 kHz ***


Vår: May 18, 0700-100 UTC

Høst: August 17, 0700-1100 UTC

The Sunday in the third full weekend in May
0700 - 1100 UTC
CW: 3525 - 3575 and 7010 - 7040 kHz.
SSB: 3600 - 3670 and 7060 - 7130 kHz.

Mode: CW and/or SSB.

Only portable stations are allowed to participate.

• Single Operator - CW [SINGLE-OP-CW]
• Single Operator - SSB [SINGLE-OP-SSB]
• Single Operator - Mixed [SINGLE-OP-MIXED]
• Multi Operator - CW [MULTI-ONE-CW]
• Multi Operator - SSB [MULTI-ONE-SSB]
• Multi Operator - Mixed [MULTI-ONE-MIXED]

To be recognized as Single Op. you must do the whole operation
yourself without help. (You can of course be accompanied with persons making coffee and so on, but they are not allowed to help you put up the antennas and work the radio).

If you are using a club call you will always be recognized as
Multi Op., even if you are alone.

Only one transmitter is allowed in all classes.
(The Cabrillo Categories are shown after each class).

Contest call: CQ SMP DE SM3XYZ/P

Outside own district for instance: SM3XYZ/2/P
Contest message:

You have to know your longitude and latitude of your portable QTH and translate that into the LOCATOR.

Only QSO with portable stations in JW, JX, LA, OH, OHØ, OJØ, OX, OY, OZ, SM and TF will count.

Each station can be contacted once per band on each mode.
Each QSO with such a portable station will give distance points in Swedish mil (10 km).

You don’t need to calculate the score yourself.
The Contest Committee will do that for you with the help of a
log checking program.

Final score:
The QSO-points will be added and multiplied with the Power Multiplier
as follows:

• Mult. 01: More than 64 W
• Mult. 02: 16 - 64 W
• Mult. 03: 4 - 16 W
• Mult. 04: 1 - 4 W
• Mult. 05: Less than 1 W

All is output power.
(Exactly 4 W. is mult. 03 and 3.99 W. is mult. 04).

Example: If you have used an output power of 2 W, your total
QSO-points will be multiplied with 4 to get the final score.

A portable station is any amateur radio station outside the ordinary
QTH, with a portable power source such as a car battery, solar power
or a generator and which antennas are temporary.

A mobile station is recognized as a portable station in this contest.

Frequency, mode (CW or SSB), date, time in UTC, msg sent, station worked, msg received and ev. mil-points (not needed). Don’t forget to mark your class (Single Operator or Multi Operator and CW or SSB or Mixed). Write your call and whole address and the calls and names of all the other operators.

All logs received via e-mail will be confirmed via e-mail.

A listing of logs received can be found on SM3CER Contest Service at: -

• SMP 2012 Spring Part:
• SMP 2012 Autumn Part:

The listing will be updated frequently.

It’s also nice to have a short story about your highlights, problems
or whatever before, during and after the contest. Pictures are also

The logs should be postmarked not later than 14 days after the

E-mail logs to: sm3cer(at)

 N1MM logger supports SMP


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