for E-mail submission of JARL contest
This guideline shows the e-mail submission form of the All Asian DX Contest.
You can submit your summary/logs by an e-mail as an attached file or a text body.
We recommend that all of participants should submit their summary/logs in accordance with this guidelines.
But in the case of All Asian DX Contest, we accept any kinds of e-mailed submission for all participant's convenience who use any kind of logging software.
The reason why we prescribed an E-mailed submission format is to make our reception and checking the submission efficiently and fairly.
The exceptional reception causes us the unexpected extrawork. So we request you again to submit your logs/summary on our recommendation described below.
Anyway, if you send a submission on our format, that will be analyzed automatically and immediately, so that you can receive a reply mail of an acknowledgement or an error.
JARL E-mail submisson format
All data fields must be written between <tag> and </tag>.
"tag" repesent the meaning of the field.
This year, any text type form of logsheet is acceptable. The form may include header, footer and QSO lines. QSO line can be consisted from the terms of "Station worked", "Date", "Time", "Frequency" or "Band", "Exchange sent", "Exchange received", "New multiplier" and "QSO Points".
If you don't mention the term "Exchange sent" in the QSO lines, you must denote about the number sent, for example "All number sent were 599+# (your age)" on the Comment field in the summary.
If you are a CT user, *.all logs are preferable for us. Please send them NOT AS AN ATTACHED file but copy & paste between
If the QSO points described on *.all file don't match the new rule, you should re-calculate your appropriate score and write it on your summary sheet. Don't forget writing your exchange sent on your summary sheet, because *.all file doesn't have it.
<COMMENTS>All number sent were 59950</COMMENTS>
For NA, TR-log or any other kinds of logging software users, please pay attention just like CT users.
*Please refer to this example.
<SUMMARYSHEET VERSION=R2.0> <CONTESTNAME>ALL ASIAN DX CW</CONTESTNAME> <CATEGORYCODE>SOAB</CATEGORYCODE> <CATEGORYNAME>SingleOP Muitiband</CATEGORYNAME> <CALLSIGN>8J1RL</CALLSIGN> <ENTITY>ANTARCTIC</ENTITY> <OPCALLSIGN>7K5ABC</OPCALLSIGN> <TOTALSCORE>604986</TOTALSCORE> <ADDRESS>1-14-5,SUGAMO,TOSIMA-KU,TOKYO,JAPAN 170-8073</ADDRESS> <NAME>TARO TOSHIMA</NAME> <EMAIL>firstname.lastname@example.org</EMAIL> <LICENSECLASS>1st CLASS(JAPAN)</LICENSECLASS> <POWER>500</POWER> <EQUIPMENT>TT-300S,RR-50,1.9/3.5=INV,7=2ele,14-28=5ele</EQUIPMENT> <COMMENTS>All number sent were 59950</COMMENTS> <OATH>I have observed all rules for above mentioned contest as well as all regulations for Amateur Radio in my country. The particular in this sheet and in any accompanying sheets are correct and true to the best of my knowledge. I agree to be bound by the decisions of the JARL Contest Committee.</OATH> <DATE>30,JUN,2000</DATE> <SIGNATURE>TARO TOSHIMA</SIGNATURE> </SUMMARYSHEET> <LOGSHEET TYPE=CT> All ASIAN DX CONTEST Page 1 CALLSIGN: 8J1RL MODE: CW BAND: ALL DATE TIME NUMBER FREQ CALL RCVD NEW MULTS PTS 17-Jun-00 0010 1 28000 JA3ATJ 599 60 JA3 1 17-Jun-00 0015 2 28000 7L1ETP 599 24 7L1 1 17-Jun-00 0222 3 21000 HL1AAA 599 00 HL1 1 17-Jun-00 0913 4 7000 JK1JHU 599 35 JK1 1 18-Jun-00 1214 5 3500 RA0XX 599 40 RA0 2 18-Jun-00 1216 6 3500 JA1RL 599 38 JA1 2 18-Jun-00 1300 7 3500 JA1ZLO 599 20 2 Totals This Page: 7 6 10 Cumulative Totals: 7 6 10 </LOGSHEET>
for DX(outside Asia) Stations
SO160 , SO80 , SO40 , SO20 , SO15 , SO10
for Asian Stations
SO160HP , SO160LP , SO80HP , SO80LP , SO40HP , SO40LP , SO20HP , SO20LP , SO15HP , SO15LP , SO10HP , SO10LP
SOABHP , SOABLP
How to send your application
Please insert your call sign as the title.
Send e-mail to:
Deadlines for submissions:
For more information
If you have any question on this guideline, please feel free to ask JARL Contest Committee.
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