144MHz FMAC
Date 1 Jan 19 Time 1900-1955 (UTC)
Date 5 Feb 19 Time 1900-1955 (UTC)
Date 5 Mar 19 Time 1900-1955 (UTC)
Date 2 Apr 19 Time 1800-1855 (UTC)
Date 7 May 19 Time 1800-1855 (UTC)
Date 4 Jun 19 Time 1800-1855 (UTC)
Date 2 Jul 19 Time 1800-1855 (UTC)
Date 6 Aug 19 Time 1800-1855 (UTC)
Date 3 Sep 19 Time 1800-1855 (UTC)
Date 1 Oct 19 Time 1800-1855 (UTC)
Date 5 Nov 19 Time 1900-1955 (UTC)
Date 3 Dec 19 Time 1900-1955 (UTC)
Introduction These contests are intended to provide a place where stations who have FM equipment can come on and get a feel for contesting, and hopefully move-on over time to more conventional contesting on SSB. As such - we've tried to make the rules simple and equipment requirements simple and are open to non RSGB members
Band Contest activity should only take place between 144.5125 MHz - 144.7875 MHz and 145.200 MHz - 145.400 MHz. There are gaps left here specifically to ensure that space remains on the bands for non-contest participants during these short events. Please take care to avoid interference to other established QSOs / data links etc. FM deviation should be set suitable for 12.5 kHz channel spacing.
Mode FM
Exchange RS(T), Serial Number (starting at 001 on each date) and a 6 character (e.g. IO92JL) locator
Scoring One Point per Kilometre
UK Contest Callsigns Not allowed
Sections
10W

10W with no antenna restrictions (recommended but not mandatory that vertical polarisation is used)
50W

50W with no antenna restrictions (recommended but not mandatory that vertical polarisation is used).
General Rules
General Rules for all RSGB VHF/UHF/SHF contests can be found here
Special Rules for this Contest
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a. The individual entries by a club's members to the FM activity contests, all count towards a society's overall score for an FMAC championship. To maximise the club score, it's important for the club contest organiser to get as many members to come on for as many sessions as possible.

b. Club members must either operate within or have their home QTH (as shown on their Ofcom validation document) within a circle of radius 80km from their Club's Virtual Meeting Place to have their score count towards the club score. However, members may be based outside the 80km radius if there are no other AFS with that 80km . Stations must state their UK&CD Postcode or UK&CD QTH locator of their home QTH when entering their log. There is no distance restriction on where their station is operated.

c. Stations enter the FMAC contests in the normal way, but need to choose an AFS (affiliated society) name when uploading their log. Entries to all sections of the FMAC count towards the overall club score which is the simple sum of the normalised scores of each team member operating that month.

d. Stations who enter on behalf of an affiliated society must be members of the affiliated society, but not necessarily RSGB members themselves.

e. The maximum number of sessions that will count towards the final individual scores will be EIGHT. Only the lowest scoring entries are discarded.

f. All sessions will count towards the total club score.

g. All clubs taking part must be Affiliated to the RSGB.

g. A list of all affiliated societies that have registered for RSGB Contests can be found here http://www.rsgbcc.org/cgi-bin/afs.pl
Entries
Adjudicator
Ian, G0FCT
Entry Date Within 7 days
Log Entry Upload your log here
Log Generator Transcribe your log online here
Claimed Scores Enter your claimed score here
Results
Web Results Date of results 17/03/19; Available here
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