1. The Associazione Radioamatori Italiani (A.R.I.) has the honour of inviting radio amateurs from all over the world to participate in the ARI International DX Contest.
2. Aim: It is a world-wide competition: everybody can work everybody. The only exception is no QSO/HRD between Italian station are permitted.
3. Date and time: the contest will be held on each first full week-end of May starting at 1200Z Saturday and ending at 1159Z Sunday. In year 2021 the dates will be May 1-2.
I. Single Operator – CW – HIGH/LOW POWER
II. Single Operator – SSB – HIGH/LOW POWER
III. Single Operator – RTTY – HIGH/LOW POWER
IV. Single Operator – MIXED – HIGH/LOW POWER
V. Multi Operator – Single TX – MIXED & HIGH POWER only
VI. Multi Operator – Multi TX – MIXED & HIGH POWER only
VII. SWL – Single Operator – MIXED
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