Koledar tekmovanj

Italian Activity Contest (2.3 GHz & up)
May 28 @ 19:00 – 23:00

Contest rules

Italy: http://www.ari.it/en/contest-vhf-up/iac/regolamento.html

SP Activity Contest – Open Class (2.3 GHz & up)
May 28 @ 19:00 – 23:00

ZRS junij V-U-S C’TEST
Jun 1 @ 14:00 – Jun 2 @ 13:59


Italian Activity Contest (144 MHz)
Jun 4 @ 19:00 – 23:00

Contest rules

Italy: http://www.ari.it/en/contest-vhf-up/iac/regolamento.html


SP Activity Contest – Open Class (144 MHz)
Jun 4 @ 19:00 – 23:00

9A Digital Activity Contest (VHF)
Jun 5 @ 17:00 – 20:00


VHF-UHF FT8 Activity – 144 MHz
Jun 5 @ 17:00 – 21:00
ZRS sked (VHF)
Jun 5 @ 19:00 – 20:00

ZRS VHF sked se odvija na S5 VHF repetitorjih

IARU R1 ATV c’test
Jun 8 @ 12:00 – Jun 9 @ 17:59




IARU Region 1 ATV Contest 10/11 June 2023

The next IARU Region 1 ATV Contest runs from 1200 UTC on Saturday 10 June until 1800 UTC on Sunday 11 June.  The rules are unchanged from last year, as any changes will need to be approved at the IARU Region 1 General Conference in October 2023.

The 2023 rules can be found at https://wiki.batc.org.uk/images/5/5c/2022_ATV_Contest_Rules.pdf and a guide on how to enter is also on the Wiki at https://wiki.batc.org.uk/IARU_ATV_contest .

It’s really easy to participate – you just need to exchange a 4-number code by video with the other stations.  The code must only be sent by video, but you’ll need to exchange a report, serial number and locator by some other means (sound on the video, talkback etc).  Choose a sensible 4-number code, not all the same like 2222 or sequential like1234.  Codes such as 2234 are OK.  You’ll need a different code for each band.

Submitting an entry only needs you to fill in the details on the spreadsheet that can be downloaded from here: https://wiki.batc.org.uk/File:ATV-contest-log-callsign-20230610.xls .  Save the file on your computer, and change the filename to include your callsign.  Then open it, enable macros (to calculate the scoring), and fill in the summary sheet.  Then log the contact in the tab for each band.  Remember that reports must be a P2 to count for points – you would not have been able to see the numbers if it was only a P1.  Save the file and check the scores on the summary sheet; then e-mail it to your country coordinator or at*@ia*****.org.

The Contest runs across all bands from 432 MHz upwards.  All ATV modes are acceptable within the licence regulations: DATV, FM ATV (use your new IC-905!) or even AM with appropriate filtering.  Please make an effort to participate even if you only have one contact.  It all helps to show that we are making use of the bands.

This will be my last year of organising and scoring the contest on behalf of IARU Region 1.  I will have been doing it for 7 years, so it is time for somebody else to take on the task.  Please, if you think that you might have the time to give something back to the hobby and encourage its development, let us know by e-mailing at*@ia*****.org .  I will be on-hand to provide help and assistance for the first year.

Dave, G8GKQ


IARU Region 1 ATV Contest 8/9 June 2024

Dear VHF managers,
The message below is about the IARU ATV contest. Please pass this on to the ATV contest manager within your association.
Everyone is hereby invited to participate in the IARU Amateur Television Contest. It will be held from June 8, 2024 12:00 UTC to June 9, 2024 18:00 UTC.
You can view the rules of this television competition here: https://www.iaru-r1.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/05/Rules-IARU-R1-ATV-Contest.pdf.
Logs must be submitted on the latest version of ATV Contest Excel form. The latest version of this form is version 6 and can be downloaded here: https://www.iaru-r1.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/05/ATV-contest-log-IARU-V6-2024-4-21.xls
This email address is the same as in previous years and can also be used for questions.
In addition to the well-known talkback channels in the 144 MHz frequency band also the internet chat channel DXSpot can also be used to make skeds: https://dxspot.batc.org.uk/
The 50 MHz band has been newly added to this competition to stimulate reduced bandwidth digital amateur television modes.. This band is known for sporadic-E radio propagation where average distances of 1500 km are possible.
Initially, the DVB-S2 symbol rate 125k mode is most commonly used on 51.7 MHz for DATV. See the IARU-R1 band plan for the agreements that have been made on the use of 50 MHz and DATV.
The zello VOIP channel “50MHz Digital Amateur Television” can also be used to make skeds or to meet each other
73 Rob PE1ITR
Italian Activity Contest (432 MHz)
Jun 11 @ 19:00 – 23:00

Contest rules


Italy: http://www.ari.it/en/contest-vhf-up/iac/regolamento.html