[CCF] Fwd: CQWW SSB OH5Z M/M HP
rantalaane at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 08:39:39 EDT 2018
Tällaista tällä kertaa kaakosta.
t. Juha OH6XX
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Date: to 1. marrask. 2018 klo 14.27
Subject: CQWW SSB OH5Z M/M HP
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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB
Operator(s): K9MA OG9X OH1LEG OH5CZ OH5KS OH5NQ OH5TS OH6XX OH7CW UA2FB
Class: M/M HP
Operating Time (hrs): 48
Band QSOs Zones Countries
160: 474 12 61
80: 1201 26 103
40: 2111 34 127
20: 2067 39 138
15: 879 33 131
10: 49 10 25
Total: 6781 154 585 Total Score = 7,615,395
Club: Contest Club Finland
M/M operations are just the king of multi-op's! K9MA and UA2FB joined us for
CQWW SSB this year. Always fun to meet new and old friends from contesting
We had four operating positions with either one or two radios per band.
and 80m/10m were shared during the night and day.
160m was like SSB on topband is - tedious. Beverages helped a lot in
and without them many of the QSOs wouldn't be in our log. Middle-East
from A4, A7 and HZ were booming in but really difficult to get their
On 80m we got our second rotating dipole at about 55 meter high functioning
completing our setup to be two rotating dipoles on two different towers
us to quickly change directions if needed. 80m dipole at 55m high has
surprisingly high attenuation towards the ends - more than 10 dB. Definite
highlight was KH6J on Sunday afternoon an hour before our sunset. Some kind
skew path was observed because they were loudest on our JA beverage. Nothing
heard from North.
Our 40m team OH1LEG and OH7CW did splendid job running basically everything
there was on the band. Conditions weren't anything to mention for and both
and JA were missing.
20m closed really early for us. We couldn't get NA run going during night
over the polar path. Few stations were worked with a lot of of VFO spinning
OH5Z shouting. NA stations were of course beaming to JA and getting their
attention required a lot of work. QSO total is a bit down but multipliers
quite ok. Only zone 6 missing. XE was heard but pileup couldn't be broken.
15m was a surprise. A lot of multipliers and even some runs were done. More
half of QSOs on 15m were DX's. Like 20m 15m closed really early allowing us
swap station to 80m in a good time.
10m was pretty much like expected. We had some problems with one of our
direction indicators and some of the 10m QSOs were lost while doing cable
All in all really nice contest and we will be back in CQWW CW for sure.
either M/2 or M/M.
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