Submitted by AE3D on Sun, 08/09/2020 - 10:37 MDC QSO PARTY SUMMARY SHEETThis form will serve as the Summary Sheet for all online entries NOTE: Please fill in this form top to bottom, as the availability of some options will change depending on your answers to the various pull down menus. Full Name (or Club or group name) * Call Sign * Location MDCNon-MDC Maryland ARC For your club to win our In-State Club Trophy we need to know which Maryland ARC(s) you belong to. Name As You Want It To Appear On Your Plaque Or Certificate * Address * City * State or Province (If applicable) Zip Code or Postal Code (if applicable) Country If outside the US and Canada E-mail * Category A-ClubB-RoverC-OddballD-MobileE-QRPF-StandardF-AmplifiedF-Unlimited Maximum Power Used * - Select -QRPLOWMEDHIGH Various Maximum Power Used levels may be used in your category. Therefore we need to know which applies to you. For this purpose QRP is up to 5 watts., LOW is over 5 watts and up to 150 watts, MED is over 150 watts and up to 600 watts, and HIGH is over 600 watts but still legal. Maryland DC Jurisdication from which I made my contactsSELECT ONLY ONE Maryland DC Jurisdication from which I made my contactsSELECT ALL THAT APPLY Maryland DC Jurisdication from which I made my contactsSELECT ONE OR TWO Maryland DC Jurisdication from which I made my contactsSELECT THREE OR MORE MDC County's Worked 1-Allegany 2-Anne Arundel 3-Baltimore City 4-Baltimore County 5-Calvert 6-Caroline 7-Carroll . 8-Cecil 9-Charles 10-Dorchester 11-Frederick 12-Garrett 13-Harford . 14-Howard 15-Kent 16-Montgomery 17-Prince George 18-Queen Anne 19-St Mary . 20-Somerset 21-Talbot 22-Washington 23-Wicomico 24-Worcester 25-District of Columbia Endorsement(s) YL VHF UHF Only . Licensed Youth Youth With Control Operator The Maryland Club Participation Award: In 2020 the Anne Arundel Radio Club inititated The Maryland Club Participation award in a blatant attempt to get more of Maryland's ARRL affiliated ham radio clubs involved, especially those in the less amateur active counties in our state. We realized that bigger clubs generally meant higher participation, not because of their higher participation rates, but because of their sheer membership numbers. So we came up with a formula that awards clubs based not only on total points earned by their members, but also on the percentage of that clubs members that entered the event. This formula may be tweeked over the next few years, but we are pleased with it's initial results. To make your points count toward your club's total all you have to do is tell us what ARRL club or clubs (up to three) you wish your points applied to, and by what percentage. This in no way will affect your score in the category you have entered. We will do our best to divide your points accordingly. If you list two or three clubs, and either fail to tell us the percentages, or the ones you give us don't add up to 100% we will apportion the points as we see fit. This will most likely result in a relatively even distribution. Finally and most important, in order for your club to participate, your club President, or another officer acting on their behalf must supply us with your clubs membership total as of the end of Field Day weekend two month prior to our contest. Totals may be sent via USPS to AARC, PO Box 308, Davidsonville, MD 21035 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will accept such totals, until we cease accepting entries for that year's Maryland DC QSO Party. ARRL Club #1 % of Points ARRL Club #2 % of Points ARRL Club #3 % of Points NOTE: The percentages above must add to 100. If they don't, we will apply the points evenly between the clubs listed. If you wish to apportion points between more than 3 clubs, please email the details to email@example.com as such a request is beyond the capability of our webform. Be aware we are fraction adverse, and will use the nearest whole number in both percentages and point totals. MDC County's Worked 1-Allegany 2-Anne Arundel 3-Baltimore City 4-Baltimore County 5-Calvert 6-Caroline 7-Carroll . 8-Cecil 9-Charles 10-Dorchester 11-Frederick 12-Garrett 13-Harford . 14-Howard 15-Kent 16-Montgomery 17-Prince George 18-Queen Anne 19-St Mary . 20-Somerset 21-Talbot 22-Washington 23-Wicomico 24-Worcester 25-District of Columbia States Worked Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois . Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana . Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania . Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Canadian Provinces Worked Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick . Newfoundland & Labrador Northwest Territories Nova Scotia . Nunavut Ontario Prince Edward Is. . Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon DX Entities Worked: (Total number of DX entities worked excluding Hawaii, Alaska, Canada and the United States) DX Entities Worked * List of DX Entities Worked List of all DX Countries worked. NOTE: Alaska, Hawaii, Canada and the United States are considered invalid as DX entities for the Maryland DC QSO Party. (Each country should in order consist of the call sign of the station worked, a comma, the country name, a semicolon and a space.) CW QSOs (Quantity) * - Each QSO using CW Mode will be worth 3 points Digital QSOs (Quantity) * - Each QSO using any Digital Mode will be worth 2 points Phone QSOs (Quantity) * - Each QSO using Phone Mode will be worth 1 point each Bonus for Contact w/Host W3VPR * YesNo Bonus for Oddball station submitting picture * YesNo Bonus for Working All 25 MDC Entities * YesNo Bonus for online submission * Yes Oddball Pictures * Please include your CALL SIGN somewhere in the file name, and upload your Oddball Pictures so we can give you 50 bonus points. Should you win, don't be surprised if we ask you for permission to publish your picture on our website and/or newsletter in order to help publicize the Maryland DC QSO Party. Files must be less than 2 MB.Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png bmp tif. We have provided capability for you to upload two log files as needed. The uploading of at least one of the two logs is required, and only contact listed on those logs will be considered as part of your contest activity. You may upload either or both as applicable. The Logs entry should be contain all contacts made in modes other than FT8, and the FT8 Logs are for you to upload your logs from WSJT-X using FT8. In both cases if you have no applicable contacts then a log is not required. NOTE: You may alternately choose to export your WSJT-X log into ADIF format, and import it into the program you used for your other contacts. The choice is yours. Please include your CALL SIGN somewhere in the file name(s), and insure that both files have different file names, so that the second does not replace the first in our files, but rather is added to it. Please use Cabrillo Format if possible, using the .log or .txt file types. Otherwise you may upload using Microsoft Excel or LibreOffice Calc formats as listed below. Logs Files must be less than 2 MB.Allowed file types: txt xls xlsx ods log. FT8 Logs Files must be less than 2 MB.Allowed file types: txt xls xlsx ods log. To minimize errors your scores will be calculated automatically by computer using the information provided on this form and the same method described in the rules. Scores will be posted online as soon as possible after all entries are received. Good luck, and 73s.