HamSphere 4.0 Contest Calendar
NameIndependence Day of Indonesia HamSphere 4.0 Contest 2015
DescriptionThe Proclamation of Indonesian Independence was read at 10.00 a.m. on Friday, August 17, 1945.

This is the 70th anniversary of the Republic of Indonesias independence in 1945. An archipelago that consists of over 17,500 islands, 34 provinces, hundreds of ethnic groups, dozens of dialects and a diverse culture that influences day-to-day life from dance to cuisine
The purpose of this:

a. Celebration commemorating the Anniversary of Indonesian Independence

b. Practice the skills among the members of the world as well as establish HAMSPHERE family spirit, strengthen the brotherhood and uphold sportsmanship contest Hamsphere
ModeSSB Phone
Bands10, 15, 20, 30, 40 and 80m
RulesThis contest is open for any user connected to HamSphere 4 (Trials, DX-Users and Subscribers)
Amateur radio in Indonesia consists of several areas call for the division of its territory, which consists of a prefixes:
YB / YE (Enforcement/Penegak),
YC / YF (Penggalang),
YD / YG (Beginner / Siaga).
Call areas of 0-9, where
0 = Jakarta
1 = West Java
2 = Central Java
3 = East java
4 = South Sumatra,
5 = Sumatra central, western,
6 = Sumatra north,
7 = Kalimantan
8 = Sulawesi
9 = Bali, NTT, NTB and Irian Jaya
For radio enthusiasts the callsign prefix for Indonesia is 91HS.

Contest communication language should be English, but Indonesian courtesy phrases can be used between Indonesian stations during contest. Call sign identification shall be done in English only.
ADDITIONAL RULE; after your first QSO on every new band you must to stay on this band for 15 minutes. For example if you make contact with somebody on 40 m, you can make more contacts on 40 m, but you can QSY on 20 m after 15 minutes from your first QSO on 40 m. And so on.
Score CalculationCalculation of final result will be points for valid confirmed QSOs multiply by multiplayers
SCORE: This contest will have two sections they will be:
1 - Work as many stations as possible (Highest point scoring station over all,
including R.O.W. (Rest Of World) and Indonesia
2 - Highest ranking Indonesian station (An Indonesian station with the highest
points from ROW and Indonesian contacts), a minimum of 15 participants if it
is less than the minimum limit abolished..
DUPES: on every new band

QSL EXCHANGE: Yes, without QSL card QSO will not be valid

The total score is the total number of confirmed (confirmed with a QSL card) QSO points multiplied by the total number of band multipliers (6 maximum) then multiplied by the number of Indonesian countries worked (10 maximum).
Champion 1 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 2 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 3nd: ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 4 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 5 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 6 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 7 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 8 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 9 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Champion 10 : ……….. + Charter contest awards/certificate
Max Power100 Watts
ExchangeRS + Serial Number (beginning from 001)
QSO Points5 points per QSO with operators from Indonesia
Each complete confirmed non-duplicate Phone contact with a Indonesia station is worth 3 points per band.
Each complete confirmed non-duplicate Phone contact with a R.O.W. (Non Indonesia) station is worth 1 point per band.
Extra infoIndonesian region multipliers
Start date UTC2015-08-17 00:00
End date UTC2015-08-17 23:59
Log deadline UTC2015-08-20 00:00