-You do not need to transmit on SSB to participate.
-CW to SSB and vice verse exchanges are encouraged and count for points.
(Only one QSO between stations is allowed, i.e., you cannot work a station SSB to SSB
and SSB to CW for extra points).
-The 70 cm contest runs on Saturday 4 Feb from 0000 to 2400, and the 23 cm contest
is on Sunday 5 Feb from 0000 and to 2400.
-These are two separate contests.
_ Everyone should have one Moon pass with operation
moving from EU to NA to Asia/VK, and back to EU and NA during each contest.
-Scoring is contact points x number of two letter Grid Sectors (IO, JM, FN, EM ...) worked.
SSB to SSB contacts count as 2 points. SSB to CW (or CW to SSB) count as 1 point.
-The exchange is your Sector (IO, JM, etc.). Only the 2 sector letters need to be sent
and copied by EME.
-The exchange of signal reports and/or 4 character grids is optional and not required.
-Operation may be by single or multiple operators from one location.
No distinction for scoring will be made.
-Assisted operation is not encouraged.
-All skeds/operational announcements should be made prior to the start of the contest.
- Logs should be sent to the 432 and Up EME NL by email to firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP after
the end of the contests.
-All logs for contest awards should have been received within the month following the contest.
- The top scoring station on each band will receive an attractively framed certificate that will
be presented at the next International EME Conference (UK 2012).