SAC SSB OZ1ADL SOAB HP
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Mon Oct 10 02:51:37 PDT 2011
Scandinavian Activity Contest, SSB
Class: SOAB HP
Operating Time (hrs): 22
Band QSOs Mults
80: 135 34
40: 202 45
20: 421 45
15: 438 39
10: 494 37
Total: 1690 200 Total Score = 922,400
Club: Bavarian Contest Club
That was fun ...
I had originally planned other activities for the week-end, and had a less than
functional 40 m Yagi hanging @ 20 m, but had a "familiar opening", so in the
last minute I was able to turn the radio on to a wide open 10 m band - and
there seemed to be no end to the amount of North American stations pouring
I could have continued on 10 all day and evening, but also had to get a few
multipiers on the other bands, so I just kept on running and running - until I
got down to 40 m around midnight - then things slowed down significantly - and
I also had to get a couple of hours of sleep and got up and worked a bit on a
very quiet 80 m band...until the higher bands woke up a little later than
usual, it seemed...
All the while I was following OZ7X ( OZ5KF, Kristian ) who was going at pretty
high rates as well and we were both fairly busy - but when we came down to 40
m, I had to let him run away with the use of his QuadÂ's ...hi hi...
Congratulations on an excellent result, Kristian - Very well done !
Sunday was not half as busy - I think I made 10 QÂ's on 10 m - so I went down
and worked Europeans on 40 m on a dipole, but I have a feeling that I should
have searched around for some more multipliers on the other bands instead...
All in all a lot of fun and Radio Action in the Shack, while OZ1LCG & OZ1XJ
were working on an extra position for the new 15 m Optibeam outside.
Nice to see OZ up among the other Northern brethren in the higher end of SAC
:-) Take that Finland :-)
Best 73 de Jan, OZ1ADL
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