You’re reading an old page– these are the rules from 2011. For the latest info about this Year’s event, please start at the home page: TPQSO.com
The George S Ladd Radio Club (Golden Gate Chapter) cordially invite all Telephone Pioneers (TelecomPioneers) Amateur Radio Operators in the United States and Canada to participate in contacting as many members in as many chapters as possible, including members of the United States Telephone Pioneer Association. Phone Users: Call “CQ Telephone Pioneers”. CW and digital modes, call “CQ TP”.
Each mode is scored separately.
Each PHONE and CW/DIGITAL QSO is worth one contact point. Total score for that mode equals the contact points times Chapters worked in that mode. Only one multiplier may be taken for each chapter worked.
You may contact the same station on different bands. You may also contact the same station in your chapter on different bands.
|New this year!|
|Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011||1900-2300Z||CW, DIGITAL|
|Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011**||0100-0500Z||PHONE|
|Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011||1900-2300Z||PHONE|
|Monday, Oct. 24, 2011 **||0100-0500Z||CW, DIGITAL|
|6||50.0-50.1||50.4||50.1 – 50.3|
|2||144.08-144.1||145.6||Local Simplex or Repeater|
|222.1||223.6||Local Simplex or Repeater|
|432.1||432.6||Local Simplex or Repeater|
The last two digits of the year you became a Telephone Pioneer, (if you do not recall your Telephone Pioneer year, then use the last two digits of the year of your net credited service date) and then the chapter number (USTPA: club or chapter number). For example if you became a Telephone Pioneer in 1988, and are a member of Chapter 138, then the exchange would be “88 138”.
If possible, return summary sheets and logs via your Pioneer Amateur Radio Coordinator. Please use the summary sheet. Send your summary sheet and logs, postmarked no later than December 10, 2011, or via email to:Jim Muiter N6TP
4233 Wooster Av
San Mateo, CA 94403