SAC SSB 12-13 October

SAC CW is over and logs are received by the log Robot. Today we have received more than 1100 logs. But we still need more logs. Deadline is  6th of October, so please upload your log if you haven’t done it already.

The SAC SSB is 12-13 October 1200-1159 UTC and all the Scandinavians are eager to meet new and old friends on voice also! Inspire others to get on the air by announcing your activity by filling in a simple form. Go to:

Check out the rules at And no we are not kidding: Read the rules! You will maximize your fun by knowing the rules. For instance, remember not to transmitt in the 3790-3800 kHz frequency window. All QSO’s made there will be worth zero, so don’t go there and waste your time!

Check out last years results and set up a new personal goal! Look at to see both your own and your friends scores.

Finnally, we encourage you to connect your logging program to the site for realtime scoreboard. It will make your participation even more exiting! It’s easy to get it going, just follow the instructions for your software.

73 & CU in SAC SSB
SAC Contest Committe



SAC 2013

The Contest Committee proudly invites all radio amateurs to the 2013 Scandinavian Activity Contest, which take place as follows:

  • CW: 21 – 22 September, 12:00 UTC – 11:59 UTC
  • SSB: 12 – 13 October, 12:00 UTC – 11:59 UTC

The rules are the same as last year, no changes has been made 2013. But please remember the frequency band rules. “On 3.5 MHz, Region 1 stations must not transmit below 3510 kHz on CW or above 3790 kHz on SSB.” QSO:s made in these regions will be removed when the score is calculated. So don’t go there and waste time.

Closing date for log submission is two (2) weeks after CW and SSB contest respectively. Our Log Robot will take care of your log and if you see anything wrong, you may re-submit your log again.

Share your plans with others by announcing your activity here by filling in the Announcement Form . Both Scandinavians and non-Scandinavians are welcome to inspire your friends by telling your plans. Those who have already signed up can be seen at:

While preparing for this years “Polar Battle” you may want to look at former years results. Continue reading

SAC 2012 Survey Results

The SAC 2012 Survey Result is now available.

After SAC 2012, a web-based worldwide survey in English was undertaken to gauge the feelings and thoughts of radio amateurs concerning SAC, its current state, and envisioned future development. An invitation to respond to the survey was sent by e-mail to hundreds of former SAC participants and to the CQ-Contest reflector. A total of 219 responses were received, constituting a reliable base for forming a good understanding of how SAC is currently regarded.

The contest committee extends a warm thanks to all who participated in the survey. As a whole, it appears that most respondents appreciate SAC and the efforts that have been undertaken to develop the contest. Criticism and constructive suggestions were also received, and they serve as a valuable aid in the further development of SAC rules, awards, promotion, etc.

Download and read the SAC 2012 Survey Results (PDF)

SAC Contest Committee
Ingemar SM5AJV, team leader
Bjørn LB1GB
Peter OZ3ABE