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Just check the On Air Activity on the 4S website, scroll down to SSS....... it’s all there including the rules of engagement.
If you need a parachute and don't have one you probably won't need one again.
On Jan 12, 2019, at 17:09, John Lonigro <jonigro@...
See the rules. They are posted on both the 4SQRP website
) as well as on the score reporting website
4SQRP Contest Coordinator
On 1/12/19 3:33 PM, Michael McEwen
I have never before had a chance to try SSS. Is
there a list of preferred ssb and cw frequencies on 20 and 40?
Thanks for the
reminder John, ya gotta love it ! I’m in First ;-).
I try to do the SSS each month. This time the first half or
so I’ll try SSB on 20m and then switch to CW (10w, 5w) .
Thanks for your efforts in the SSS?
If you need a parachute and don't have one you probably won't
need one again.
> On Jan 11, 2019, at 21:33, John Lonigro <jonigro@...>
> I know you are getting automated reminders now, but I
thought I'd remind everyone that the score spreadsheet has
been reset. Everyone in the club is tied for 1st place.
Also, everyone in the club is tied for last place. We all
have an equal chance to win the coveted (but cheap) 4SQRP
certificate. If you wish to seriously compete in the 2019
SSS, you need to get on the air every month if possible. If
that's not possible, remember that there are monthly winners
as well. Each month you have an equal chance to finish first,
regardless of your activity (or lack thereof) the rest of the
> John, AA0VE
> 4SQRP Contest Coordinator