(Southeastern VHF Society page, right column)
Select the contest you are entering.
General Rules for ARRL Contests Above 50 MHz
General Rules for All ARRL contests
(Click on each contest announcement name to go to the sponsoring organization's
contest announcement and rules)
Starts at 1800 UTC Saturday, June 8, 2019 and
ends at 0259 UTC Monday, June 10, 2019. Exchange grid squares. All amateur frequencies 50 MHz and above.
You can view the contest rules by clicking on the blue contest
announcement line above.
Log submission deadline is now 10 days after the event. Online log submissions are now to be uploaded
via the online web app service at https://contest-log-submission.arrl.org.
Don't forget to include the club's name on a CLUB line in the cabrillo file. There must be at least three club members submitting
their entries in order for the club to be in the Club Competition.
Example: "CLUB: ALASKA VHF-UP GROUP"
(Note: The ARRL announcement mentions that DG is now the MODE indicator for digital contacts. RY and PH have
been the standard indicators for digital in recent ARRL contests, and they still can be used to indicate digital modes.
Keep in mind, though, that if you intend to keep your log available for confirming contacts in the future (QSLing),
the distinction between digital and SSB will no longer exist in your log if you use PH. This may confuse the issue if
you use Logbook of the World, for instance. Hence, I recommend using DG as the digital mode indicator in your