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Technical Rules for IARU HST Championships
     

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Receiving Tests

Transmitting Tests

Radioamateur Practising Tests

IARU High Speed Telegraphy (HST) Championships shall comprise seven test as follows:

a) Reception of 5-letter groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with an initial speed of
100 marks (letters) per minute using the PARIS system.
b) Reception of 5-figure groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with an initial speed of
150 marks (figures) per minute using the PARIS system.
c) Transmission of 5-letter groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with the highest
possible speed, and best possible accurancy, using the PARIS system.
d) Transmission of 5-figure groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with the highest
possible speed, and best possible accurancy, using the PARIS system.
e) Reception of 5-character mixed text groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with an
initial speed of 100 marks (characters) per minute using the PARIS system.
f) Transmission of 5-character mixed text groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with
the highest possible speed, and best possible accurancy, using ste PARIS system.
g) The Radioamateur Practising Tests
. A competition using the RUFZ'radio amateur callsign receiving program' compiled by DL4MM and the PED'pile up trainer program' compiled by JE3MAS.

 

D - TECHNICAL

D1 Rules for Compettiion Tests

D1.1 Receiving Tests

D1.1.1

Competitors may record texts received by hand or by use of a typewriter (mecanical or electronic). The letter texts will be formed from the 26 Latin letters. The figure groups will be formed from the 10 Arabic numerals. Mixed text groups, in addition to the above letters and numerals will include the following punctuanion marks:.,?/=. Identical characters next to each other will not be sent more than twice, eg. SSGHH, 78831

D1.1.2

In normal circumstances, competitors may attempt each test only once. Exceptionally, an additional attempt may be allowed in the case of:

a) AC mains failure
b) Malfunction of test transmitting equipment.

D1.1.3

Texts will be transmitted an increasing speed until the last remaining competitor in unable to receive the transmitted message. The speed will be increased in increments of TEN marks per minute. The speed of the transmission shall be defined by the PARIS system.

D1.1.4

The frequency of the audio signal shall be within the range 700-900 Hz. Headfones with adjustable volume control, shall be provided for competitors by the Organising Society. Competitors may use their own headfones, if they wish, regarding the type given by the Organising Society.

D1.1.5

During receiving tests, all contestants shall start with the lowest speed as defined In Cl a), b) and c). When the speed becomes too high for & competitor, he/she shall remain quietly at his/her place in the test room until all other contestants have finished the test also, or until a referee makes some other decision.

D1.1.6

The sub-division of competitors into several groups according to their known skill levels may be allowed for the purpose of placing them in separate rooms. Competitors using typewriters tor receiving tests shall be placed in a special room allocated for that purpose.

D1.1.7

The Competition shall start with the reception of letter groups, follwed by figure groups, then mixed text groups.

D1.1.8

Competitors may use any symbols (shorthand, etc), written by hand, to record the signals received, and may use their own paper for this purpose. When the test is finished, the messages received must be re-written on an official form provided by the referee. Re-written messages must be written in Latin capital block letters in ink and the forms must be handed to the referee together with the original papers used for reception of the messages. After the competition the competitors may get back their original papers.

D1.1.9

When the messages received have been written by hand, a period of THIRTY MINUTES shall be allowed after each test for competitors to re-write THREE SELECTED MESSAGES received in that test. The text shall be re-written with FIVE GROUPS on each line. ONE MESSAGE only, giving the best score, shall be counted for the contest.

D1.1.10

When messages received have been typed on a typewriter, a period of TEN MINUTES shall be allowed after each test for competitors to select the best THREE MESSAGES received in that test. Each of the three messages must be signed by the competitor. If the text has been typed without breaks, the groups of five characters must be seperated by a pen. There is no limit to the number of groups on one line. ONE MESSAGE only, giving the best score, shall be counted for the contest.

D.1.1.11

Messages sent in a receiving test at a particular speed shall have the following procedural signals:

a) 5-Letter Groups
OOOOO (Oscar), the transmission speed, VVV =
b) 5-Figure Groups
00000 (Zero), the transmission speed, VVV =
(Note: figure 0 (Zero) shall be sent as FIVE DASHES)
e) 5-character mixed Groups
00000 (Zero), the transmission speed, VVV =

All messages sent in a receiving test shall conclude with AR.

EXAMPLE:
00000 100 VVV = TEXT OF MESSAGE AR
ONE MINUTE BREAK
00000 110 VVV = TEXT OF MESSAGE AR
ONE MINUTE BREAK
00000 120 VVV = TEXT OF MESSAGE AR
ONE MINUTE BREAK
etc.

D1.1.12

A practice (familiarisation) message shall be sent ONCE, before the first competition message is sent.

D1.1.13

Messages received shall be scored if the number of errors does not exceed FIVE. The following are classified as receiving errors:

a) Incorrect recording of a mark (character) sent. (Wrong mark.)
b) Failure to record a mark sent. (Missed mark.) There is no need to indicate the
position of the omitted mark.
c) Recording a mark not sent. (Additional mark.)
d) Recording in wrong order two characters sent. (Inversion of adjacent marks.)
e) Recording of a non-conventional sign, symbol or illegible mark.

EXAMPLE:
Message Sent: 12345 67890 34789 25371 ...
Message Recorded: 12245 678903 37489 531 ...

Errors:
Group I - one error, see a) above.
Group 2 - one error, see c) above.
Group 3 - two errors, see d) above.
Group 4 - two errors, see b) above.

D1.1.14

Scoring shall be as follows:
a) In each of the Receiving Tests (Letters, Figures, and Mixed Text), a score of 100 points shall be awarded to the competitor who receives the (classified) message sent at the highest speed in his-her category. Competitors in the same category who receive the message at a lower speed shall be scored proportionately as explained in the following example.

EXAMPLE:
If the hughtest speed in a receiving lest is 260 marks per minute, 100 points are awarded. If another competitor in the same category receives a message at a speed of 210 marks per minute, his/her score would be 210/260x100 = 8O.8 points, calculated to the nearest one tenth of a point.

b) One point for each receiving error, as defined in D1.1.13 above, shall be deducted
from the score as calculated in D1.1.14/a to give the FINAL SCORE.

D1.1.15

When the final scores of all three receiving tests are totalled to determine the realtive places of the competitors, and this results in the score of two or more competitors in one category being equal, their relative places in the table of results are determined by their scores in the reception of MIXED TEXT MESSAGES.

D1.2 Transmitting Tests

D1.2.1

Competitors may use either straight or electronic keys (single or double paddle) for the transmitting tests. They may use a straight key for one or more of the three tests, and an electronic key for the remainder if they wish. Electronic keys must have a dot to dash ratio of 1:3.

D1.2.2

The messages for transmission shall be comprised of 50 groups of 5 characters for each test (ie, letter groups, figure groups and mixed text groups).

D1.2.3

The text of a message provided to competitors for transmission shall be printed in Latin capital letters and or Arabic numerals. There shall be five groups to a line. The distance between two characters shall be the space of one character. The distance between two froups shall be the space of two characters. The distance between the lines shall be the depth of one line.

D1.2.4

THREE MESAGES (one comprising letter groups, one figure groups, and one mixed text) shall be given to competitors JUST BEFORE the transmitting tests begin. The same messages shall be given to all competitors of a category. Practice messages, using the same style of printing and layout as will be used for the tests, shall
be given to all competitors ONE DAY prior to the commencement of the transmitting tests.

D1.2.5

Competitors are allowed a period of TEN MINUTES in witch to send the three messages provided. This period commences at the time the competitor enters the test room. The transmission period for each test shall be ONE MINUTE commencing with a signal from the referee. If a competitor called by the referee fails to appear in the test room, he/she shall be called again in THIRTY SECONDS, and after a further period of THIRTY SECONDS the timing of the TEN MINUTE period shall begin. A competitor may begin transmitting at any time within the TEN MINUTE period, but at the end of that period transmitting must stop, and NO POINTS will be awarded for an unfinished message.

D1.2.6

After a competitor has connected his/her key to the test apparatus, no further assistance or advice may be given by the competitor's team trainer.

D1.2.7

Each message can only be sent once.

D1.2.8

PRIOR to the transmission of a message in the transmitting test,a competititor shall transmit his/her starting number, VVV and =.

EXAMPLE: 12 VVV = TEXT OF MESSAGE

The timing of the message shall begin after transmission of the break signal (=). After ONE MINUTE,the technical referee shall stop the transmisston. Jury controls transmission messages of a competitor from the series VVV and break signal.

D1.2.9

Transmitted messages shall be scored up to the one minute or up to the time the number of uncorrected errors exceeds THREE of the numer of corrected errors exceeds TEN. The following are classified as transmitting errors:

a) Transmission of a mark (character) not in the text provided for transmission.
b) Omission of a mark which is in the text.
c) Transmitting two characters in wrong order. (Inversion of adjacent marks.)
d) Transmission of an error sign incorrectly.

To correct an error, a competitor shall transmit the ERROR SIGNAL, ie, a series of not less than six dots, and then retransmit the entire group in which the error has occurred. If a competitor transmits the same group or line twice by mistake, this does not count as error.

D1.2.10

During the transmitting tests, referees and competitors placed in separate rooms. The technical referee, who supervises and/or assist competitors to connect their keys to the transmitting apparatus, and controls the timing of each test, shall remain in the room with the competitors. All tests transmitted shall be recorded on a tape recorder for checking purposes.

D1.2.11

A Jury of five INTERNATIONAL CLASS REFEREES shall determine separately the number of transmitted marks the number errors/corrections and the multiplier of messages. Where there are differences, the highest and lowest of the five calculated multipliers will be omitted adn the awarded multiplier shall be the arithmetical mean of the remaining three.

The referee who registers the score shall be nominated as the leader of the referees.

D1.2.12

Scoring shall be as follows: In each of the Transmitting Tests (Letters, Figures, and Mixed Text), a score of 100 points shall be awarded to the competitor who transmits the message at the highest speed in his/her category. Competitors in the same category who transmit the message at a lower speed shall be scored proportionately as expained in the following example.

EXAMPLE:

If the highest speed in a transmitting test is 230 marks per minute,100 points are awarded. If another competitor in the category transmits a message at a speed of 180 marks per minute, his/her score would be 180/230x100=78,3 points, calculated to the nearest one tenth of a point. The calculated speed scores shallthen be modified by a multiplier based on the number of uncorrected errors and the number of corrected errors (and considering the uneven keying) as defined in the Appendix B.

EXAMPLE:

One uncorrected error and three corrected errors = a multiplier of 0.92 (supposing there is no deduction for uneven keying). If the competitor above has one uncorrected error and three corrected errors, his/her final score will be 78.3 x 0.92=72.03 (=72) points.

D1.2.13

When the final scores of all three transmitting tests are totalled to determine the relative places of the competitors, and this results in the score of two or more competitors in one category being equal, their relative places in the table of result are determined by their scores in the transmission of MIXED TEXT MESSAGES.

D1.3 Radioamateur Practising Tests

a) Amateur Radio Callsign Receiving Test

This test Is taken on IBM compatible computers in the presence of two Jury Members who are from different countries. Competitors make two attempts to receive 50 callsigiis generated by the program and the best attempt shall be taken as the competitors entry. Competitors will not compete under their own callsign but under a callsign drawn at the test location before the test. They shall enter this callsign and the serial number of the test attempt in the computer (where indicated on screen) before taking the test.

EXAMPLE:
First attempt - HA3NU/1
Second attempt - HA3NU/2
The starting speed is 100 PARIS for the Junior categories and 350 PARIS for the others. The competitor with the best results in the Calisign Receiving Test is awarded a score of 100 point. Other competitors are scored proportionately as in the following example.

EXAMPLE:
The best score in the test is 31,225, for which the competitor is awarded 100 points.
Another competitor, scoring 30,110 is awarded 96.4 poinis calculated as: 30,110/31,225x100 = 96.4, calculated to the nearest one tenth of a point.

b) The Pile up Trainer Test
This is taken on IBM compatible computers in the presence of two Jury Members who
are from different countries. Competitors are allowed two attemps and the best attempt shall be taken as the competitor's entry. Competitors make as many contacts as possible in a period of 5 minutes, timed by referees. The menu of the program shall be set as follows:

contest type: CQ WW
training type: pile up trainer (no contest)
callsign optional
serial number optional
transmitting mode keyboard or paddle
pile up level medium
number of stations 4
bandwidth 4 KHz

When the program has started the competitor may adjust the speed receiving/transmitting by using the cursor keys (arrows up/down) within a graded of 10. The received tone can be adjusted by the Pg up/down keys. The jury has the right to modify the settings of the menu, but any change made must be consistent for all entrants in a particular category. The competitor with the highest number of contacts is awarded of 100 points and the other entrants are scored proportionately lower.

Example: The best competitor makes 47 contacts and will get 100 points. Another one makes 43 contacts, he/she will get 43/47x100 = 91,4 calculated to the nearest one tenth of a point. The sum of points obtained in the two tests gives the score for Radio Amateur Partising Test. If two or more competitors obtain the same score, their relative places shall be determined by the best result(s) of their lesser scoring attempt(s).

 

     
 

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IARU High Speed Telegraphy (HST) Championships shall comprise seven test as follows:

a) Reception of 5-letter groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with an initial speed of
100 marks (letters) per minute using the PARIS system.
b) Reception of 5-figure groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with an initial speed of
150 marks (figures) per minute using the PARIS system.
c) Transmission of 5-letter groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with the highest
possible speed, and best possible accurancy, using the PARIS system.
d) Transmission of 5-figure groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with the highest
possible speed, and best possible accurancy, using the PARIS system.
e) Reception of 5-character mixed text groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with an
initial speed of 100 marks (characters) per minute using the PARIS system.
f) Transmission of 5-character mixed text groups for a period of ONE MINUTE, with
the highest possible speed, and best possible accurancy, using ste PARIS system.
g) The Radioamateur Practising Tests
. A competition using the RUFZ'radio amateur callsign receiving program' compiled by DL4MM and the PED'pile up trainer program' compiled by JE3MAS.

 

D - TECHNICAL

D1 Rules for Compettiion Tests

D1.1 Receiving Tests

D1.1.1

Competitors may record texts received by hand or by use of a typewriter (mecanical or electronic). The letter texts will be formed from the 26 Latin letters. The figure groups will be formed from the 10 Arabic numerals. Mixed text groups, in addition to the above letters and numerals will include the following punctuanion marks:.,?/=. Identical characters next to each other will not be sent more than twice, eg. SSGHH, 78831

D1.1.2

In normal circumstances, competitors may attempt each test only once. Exceptionally, an additional attempt may be allowed in the case of:

a) AC mains failure
b) Malfunction of test transmitting equipment.

D1.1.3

Texts will be transmitted an increasing speed until the last remaining competitor in unable to receive the transmitted message. The speed will be increased in increments of TEN marks per minute. The speed of the transmission shall be defined by the PARIS system.

D1.1.4

The frequency of the audio signal shall be within the range 700-900 Hz. Headfones with adjustable volume control, shall be provided for competitors by the Organising Society. Competitors may use their own headfones, if they wish, regarding the type given by the Organising Society.

D1.1.5

During receiving tests, all contestants shall start with the lowest speed as defined In Cl a), b) and c). When the speed becomes too high for & competitor, he/she shall remain quietly at his/her place in the test room until all other contestants have finished the test also, or until a referee makes some other decision.

D1.1.6

The sub-division of competitors into several groups according to their known skill levels may be allowed for the purpose of placing them in separate rooms. Competitors using typewriters tor receiving tests shall be placed in a special room allocated for that purpose.

D1.1.7

The Competition shall start with the reception of letter groups, follwed by figure groups, then mixed text groups.

D1.1.8

Competitors may use any symbols (shorthand, etc), written by hand, to record the signals received, and may use their own paper for this purpose. When the test is finished, the messages received must be re-written on an official form provided by the referee. Re-written messages must be written in Latin capital block letters in ink and the forms must be handed to the referee together with the original papers used for reception of the messages. After the competition the competitors may get back their original papers.

D1.1.9

When the messages received have been written by hand, a period of THIRTY MINUTES shall be allowed after each test for competitors to re-write THREE SELECTED MESSAGES received in that test. The text shall be re-written with FIVE GROUPS on each line. ONE MESSAGE only, giving the best score, shall be counted for the contest.

D1.1.10

When messages received have been typed on a typewriter, a period of TEN MINUTES shall be allowed after each test for competitors to select the best THREE MESSAGES received in that test. Each of the three messages must be signed by the competitor. If the text has been typed without breaks, the groups of five characters must be seperated by a pen. There is no limit to the number of groups on one line. ONE MESSAGE only, giving the best score, shall be counted for the contest.

D.1.1.11

Messages sent in a receiving test at a particular speed shall have the following procedural signals:

a) 5-Letter Groups
OOOOO (Oscar), the transmission speed, VVV =
b) 5-Figure Groups
00000 (Zero), the transmission speed, VVV =
(Note: figure 0 (Zero) shall be sent as FIVE DASHES)
e) 5-character mixed Groups
00000 (Zero), the transmission speed, VVV =

All messages sent in a receiving test shall conclude with AR.

EXAMPLE:
00000 100 VVV = TEXT OF MESSAGE AR
ONE MINUTE BREAK
00000 110 VVV = TEXT OF MESSAGE AR
ONE MINUTE BREAK
00000 120 VVV = TEXT OF MESSAGE AR
ONE MINUTE BREAK
etc.

D1.1.12

A practice (familiarisation) message shall be sent ONCE, before the first competition message is sent.

D1.1.13

Messages received shall be scored if the number of errors does not exceed FIVE. The following are classified as receiving errors:
a) Incorrect recording of a mark (character) sent. (Wrong mark.)
b) Failure to record a mark sent. (Missed mark.) There is no need to indicate the
position of the omitted mark.
c) Recording a mark not sent. (Additional mark.)
d) Recording in wrong order two characters sent. (Inversion of adjacent marks.)
e) Recording of a non-conventional sign, symbol or illegible mark.

EXAMPLE:
Message Sent: 12345 67890 34789 25371 ...
Message Recorded: 12245 678903 37489 531 ...

Errors:
Group I - one error, see a) above.
Group 2 - one error, see c) above.
Group 3 - two errors, see d) above.
Group 4 - two errors, see b) above.

D1.1.14

Scoring shall be as follows:
a) In each of the Receiving Tests (Letters, Figures, and Mixed Text), a score of 100 points shall be awarded to the competitor who receives the (classified) message sent at the highest speed in his-her category. Competitors in the same category who receive the message at a lower speed shall be scored proportionately as explained in the following example.

EXAMPLE:
If the hughtest speed in a receiving lest is 260 marks per minute, 100 points are awarded. If another competitor in the same category receives a message at a speed of 210 marks per minute, his/her score would be 210/260x100 = 8O.8 points, calculated to the nearest one tenth of a point.

b) One point for each receiving error, as defined in D1.1.13 above, shall be deducted from the score as calculated in D1.1.14/a to give the FINAL SCORE.

D1.1.15

When the final scores of all three receiving tests are totalled to determine the realtive places of the competitors, and this results in the score of two or more competitors in one category being equal, their relative places in the table of results are determined by their scores in the reception of MIXED TEXT MESSAGES.

D1.2 Transmitting Tests

D1.2.1

Competitors may use either straight or electronic keys (single or double paddle) for the transmitting tests. They may use a straight key for one or more of the three tests, and an electronic key for the remainder if they wish. Electronic keys must have a dot to dash ratio of 1:3.

D1.2.2

The messages for transmission shall be comprised of 50 groups of 5 characters for each test (ie, letter groups, figure groups and mixed text groups).

D1.2.3

The text of a message provided to competitors for transmission shall be printed in Latin capital letters and or Arabic numerals. There shall be five groups to a line. The distance between two characters shall be the space of one character. The distance between two froups shall be the space of two characters. The distance between the lines shall be the depth of one line.

D1.2.4

THREE MESAGES (one comprising letter groups, one figure groups, and one mixed text) shall be given to competitors JUST BEFORE the transmitting tests begin. The same messages shall be given to all competitors of a category. Practice messages, using the same style of printing and layout as will be used for the tests, shall
be given to all competitors ONE DAY prior to the commencement of the transmitting tests.

D1.2.5

Competitors are allowed a period of TEN MINUTES in witch to send the three messages provided. This period commences at the time the competitor enters the test room. The transmission period for each test shall be ONE MINUTE commencing with a signal from the referee. If a competitor called by the referee fails to appear in the test room, he/she shall be called again in THIRTY SECONDS, and after a further period of THIRTY SECONDS the timing of the TEN MINUTE period shall begin. A competitor may begin transmitting at any time within the TEN MINUTE period, but at the end of that period transmitting must stop, and NO POINTS will be awarded for an unfinished message.

D1.2.6

After a competitor has connected his/her key to the test apparatus, no further assistance or advice may be given by the competitor's team trainer.

D1.2.7

Each message can only be sent once.

D1.2.8

PRIOR to the transmission of a message in the transmitting test,a competititor shall transmit his/her starting number, VVV and =.

EXAMPLE: 12 VVV = TEXT OF MESSAGE

The timing of the message shall begin after transmission of the break signal (=). After ONE MINUTE,the technical referee shall stop the transmisston. Jury controls transmission messages of a competitor from the series VVV and break signal.

D1.2.9

Transmitted messages shall be scored up to the one minute or up to the time the number of uncorrected errors exceeds THREE of the numer of corrected errors exceeds TEN. The following are classified as transmitting errors:

a) Transmission of a mark (character) not in the text provided for transmission.
b) Omission of a mark which is in the text.
c) Transmitting two characters in wrong order. (Inversion of adjacent marks.)
d) Transmission of an error sign incorrectly.

To correct an error, a competitor shall transmit the ERROR SIGNAL, ie, a series of not less than six dots, and then retransmit the entire group in which the error has occurred. If a competitor transmits the same group or line twice by mistake, this does not count as error.

D1.2.10

During the transmitting tests, referees and competitors placed in separate rooms. The technical referee, who supervises and/or assist competitors to connect their keys to the transmitting apparatus, and controls the timing of each test, shall remain in the room with the competitors. All tests transmitted shall be recorded on a tape recorder for checking purposes.

D1.2.11

A Jury of five INTERNATIONAL CLASS REFEREES shall determine separately the number of transmitted marks the number errors/corrections and the multiplier of messages. Where there are differences, the highest and lowest of the five calculated multipliers will be omitted adn the awarded multiplier shall be the arithmetical mean of the remaining three.

The referee who registers the score shall be nominated as the leader of the referees.

D1.2.12

Scoring shall be as follows: In each of the Transmitting Tests (Letters, Figures, and Mixed Text), a score of 100
points shall be awarded to the competitor who transmits the message at the highest
speed in his/her category. Competitors in the same category who transmit the message at a lower speed shall be scored proportionately as expained in the following example.

EXAMPLE:

If the highest speed in a transmitting test is 230 marks per minute,100 points are awarded. If another competitor in the category transmits a message at a speed of 180 marks per minute, his/her score would be 180/230x100=78,3 points, calculated to the nearest one tenth of a point. The calculated speed scores shallthen be modified by a multiplier based on the number of uncorrected errors and the number of corrected errors (and considering the uneven keying) as defined in the Appendix B.

EXAMPLE:

One uncorrected error and three corrected errors = a multiplier of 0.92 (supposing there is no deduction for uneven keying). If the competitor above has one uncorrected error and three corrected errors, his/her final score will be 78.3 x 0.92=72.03 (=72) points.

D1.2.13

When the final scores of all three transmitting tests are totalled to determine the relative places of the competitors, and this results in the score of two or more competitors in one category being equal, their relative places in the table of result are determined by their scores in the transmission of MIXED TEXT MESSAGES.

D1.3 Radioamateur Practising Tests

a) Amateur Radio Callsign Receiving Test

This test Is taken on IBM compatible computers in the presence of two Jury Members who are from different countries. Competitors make two attempts to receive 50 callsigiis generated by the program and the best attempt shall be taken as the competitors entry. Competitors will not compete under their own callsign but under a callsign drawn at the test location before the test. They shall enter this callsign and the serial number of the test attempt in the computer (where indicated on screen) before taking the test.

EXAMPLE:
First attempt - HA3NU/1
Second attempt - HA3NU/2
The starting speed is 100 PARIS for the Junior categories and 350 PARIS for the others. The competitor with the best results in the Calisign Receiving Test is awarded a score of 100 point. Other competitors are scored proportionately as in the following example.

EXAMPLE:

The best score in the test is 31,225, for which the competitor is awarded 100 points. Another competitor, scoring 30,110 is awarded 96.4 poinis calculated as: 30,110/31,225x100 = 96.4, calculated to the nearest one tenth of a point.

b) The Pile up Trainer Test

This is taken on IBM compatible computers in the presence of two Jury Members who are from different countries. Competitors are allowed two attemps and the best attempt shall be taken as the competitor's entry. Competitors make as many contacts as possible in a period of 5 minutes, timed by referees. The menu of the program shall be set as follows:

contest type: CQ WW
training type: pile up trainer (no contest)
callsign optional
serial number optional
transmitting mode keyboard or paddle
pile up level medium
количество станций 4
ширина полосы 4 KHz

После запуска программы участник может регулировать скорость приёма/передачи, используя клавиши управления курсором (стрелка вверх/стрелка вниз) с шагом 10 зн/мин. Тон принимаемого сигнала регулируется клавишами Page up/Page down. Судейская бригада вправе изменить настройки меню, но все настройки должны быть одинаковыми для всех участников каждой категории. Участник с максимальным числом связей получает 100 очков, число очков остальных участников рассчитывается пропорционально.

Например: Лучший участник провел 47 связей и получит 100 очков. Другой провел 43 связи, он получит 43/47x100 = 91,4 округляем до одной десятой очка. Сумма очков, набранная по двум упражнениям, даёт общий зачет по КВ-тесту. При получении одинакового результата у двух или более участников, их относительные места определяются результатами в худших попытках.

 
     
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