Under the patronage of the Montebelluna (TV) ARI Section, the
IQRP CLUB, an association of Italian and foreign radio amateurs
expert in the field of low power transmissions (QRP), promotes
and organizes the second edition of the
IQRP QUARTERLY MARATHON
The Marathon is World-Wide. Is possible and desirable to connect
any Italian station or foreigner during the first week of every
quarter of the 2018
From Monday 1th January to Sunday 7th January (IQRP MARATHON
From Monday 2th April to Sunday 8th April (IQRP MARATHON SECOND
From Monday 2th July to Sunday 8th July (IQRP MARATHON THIRD
From Monday 1th October to Sunday 7th October (IQRP MARATHON
from Monday 08:00 am UTC to Sunday 08:00 pm
BANDS AND BROADCAST MODES
QSO in CW, PHONE (SSB), DIGITAL MODES (RTTY and PSK) are allowed
in the bands HF,VHF, UHF
CW calls must be made as follows: CQ IQRP MAR de (CALL) QRP.
Phone calls must be made as follows: CQ IQRP Marathon from (CALL)
Maximum power allowed: 5W
3 point for each QSO in CW. 2 point for each QSO in SSB. 1 point
for each QSO in RTTY PSK. Only the Km of the QSO with greatest
QRB are considered as a multiplier, which is calculated by dividing
the number of Km by 100 (Km/100) .
A separate ranking will be drafted for each week and published
www.arimontebelluna.it. The final ranking will be the sum of
The logs of each week will be mailed within the following two
weeks only in ADIF format in attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The two locators (both of the participant and of the OM with
whom QSO with the best QRB was made) will be indicated in the
body of the message in order to calculate the multiplier. In
absence of locators no multiplier will be calculated. Printed
logs or in other formats will not be accepted.
The first three stations of the ranking of each quarter will
Furthermore the first three stations of the final ranking will
More information will be made available on the website www.arimontebelluna.it
Upon communicating his/her own log each participant declares
to have read and understood the Rules of the Marathon as well
1. to have operated according to laws and rules provided by
his/her own Country for the Radio Amateur Service
2. not to have used power greater than 5W.
3. that his/her own log can be of public domain
4. to accept any decision of the organizers.