[CCF] Fw: CQWW CW OH6XX M/2 HP
jukka.klemola at nokia.com
Tue Nov 29 08:17:36 EST 2005
Skooret melkein tasan.. Luulen.
@OH4A, 3600 kusoa ja minun käsitys skooresta on 3.7M.
Mies Jyväskylästä, OH4II, oli pääoperaattori.
Minä tinasin ja kannoin ruokaa ja välillä vähän workinkin.
>From: ccf-bounces at contesting.com
>[mailto:ccf-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of ext Juha Rantanen
>Sent: 29 November, 2005 15:05
>To: CCF Reflector
>Subject: [CCF] Fw: CQWW CW OH6XX M/2 HP
>No tulipahan taas workittua. Ja taisi tulla uusi OH rekordi
>jos kukaan muu ei workkinut M/2 luokassa.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <webform at b4h.net>
>To: <3830 at contesting.com>; <oh6xx at sral.fi>
>Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 2:46 PM
>Subject: CQWW CW OH6XX M/2 HP
>> CQ Worldwide DX Contest, CW
>> Call: OH6XX
>> Operator(s): OH6GLE, OH6XX
>> Station: OH6XX
>> Class: M/2 HP
>> Operating Time (hrs): 48
>> Band QSOs Zones Countries
>> 160: 274 11 59
>> 80: 994 28 116
>> 40: 665 34 119
>> 20: 1123 34 122
>> 15: 217 31 114
>> 10: 36 5 12
>> Total: 3309 143 542 Total Score = 3,785,995
>> Club: Contest Club Finland
>> Yet another field day style two man multi op operation by
>us. Decided to
>> run M/2
>> so we didn't have to mind about the ten minute rule in M/S.
>> left us
>> both FT1000MP's with amps, one tribander each and shared low band
>> On 160m we did quite satisfying result. The antenna was a
>> lower end
>> about 3-4 meters from ground. Still the high end was at
>about 55 meters
>> from ski jumping hill we have been using for years now. 160m
>dipole is a
>> antenna hung this way.
>> On 80m we used the same inv-v we have been used to in past
>few years. The
>> feedpoint is at about 60 meters above ground and it shows in
>> We have
>> been very satisfied with this antenna and never felt weak on
>the band. The
>> problem is that one end of wire is pointed directly to 310
>> is W/VE
>> from us. Well that is the only way we can erect the whole thing.
>> On 40m we used another sloper which more or less looks like
>> radial. It pretty much works like crap. We were surprised to
>get as many
>> multipliers as we got. The runs were marginal. The antenna
>is maybe the
>> best we
>> can put up now as we have to put the whole station up in
>> which isn't too long time at this time of year in OH.
>> 20m was our best band yet again. Sometimes it feels like we
>> much time on 20m but then again many times that is the only
>band we are
>> at least some decent runs. This time more than half of 20m
>QSOs were DX's
>> is great.
>> 15m was open but not good enough for our small setup to get any runs
>> going. The
>> mult total is rather good eventhough no zones 3 and 4 were
>> 10m was open to Germany and Chech Republic. Out of 36 QSOs
>about 25 were
>> there. The rest of them are the other 10 mults.
>> The tribanders used were Force12 C3 and WRTC tribander by
>> used quite a few stubs in eliminating the interstation
>> succeeded very well thanks to W2VJN's book. N1MM logger
>crashed a couple
>> times but nothing too serious. Had to restart laptops couple
>> because of
>> lost mouse control and lost internet connection through
>> Everything went well and we'll be back. We are too hard
>headed to quit.
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