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Post by LA5KO » 21 Feb 2018, 08:16


Nå kommer årets første store SSB contest !

Testen starter kl 00:00z den 3. mars og går til kl 23:59z den 4. mars.

Regler i sin helhet finner du her:

Resultater fra i fjor finner du her:

Norske rekorder finner du her:

I fjor var det bare 4 deltakerlogger fra LA, med ikke mer en drøyt 100 QSOer, så da blir LA virkelig en populær multiplier !

LN8W stiller sannsynligvis i Multi/Single-klasse tenker jeg, avhengig av hvor mange som har lyst til å være med. Si fra hvis DU har lyst til å være med.

73 de Roy / LA5KO

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Re: ARRL DX SSB 2018

Post by LA5KO » 05 Mar 2018, 10:58

Ja, ja, det var den testen.

Nedenfor er resultatet fra LN8W. Jeg poster flere LA-resultater hvis de kommer på 3830.

Call: LN8W
Operator(s): LA5KO LA6GIA LA9QL LB8MH
Station: LA8W

Class: M/S HP
QTH: Rakkestad JO59oj
Operating Time (hrs): 20

 Band  QSOs  Mults
  160:   11     9
   80:   42    18
   40:   48    20
   20:  893    58
   15:    1     1
   10:    0     0
Total:  995   106  Total Score = 315,138
Club: LA Contest Club


20 hours of operation as given by the log program says it all. We stayed at the radio much longer without getting any Qs, although we also had a few hours off.
And I think we worked almost everyone we heard. One QSO on 15m, and that was the only stn we heard. The only really open band was 20m, and that gave us lotsa fun. 40m was a dissappointment, MUF going down before sunrise in America.

Very happy to be joined by some HF contest rookies this time, since none of the regular ops could join. Very happy to see new ops at LA8W/LN8W work with good rate in pileups, and it seems to me the error rate was low, - thats good !
Thank you, guys.

Had maybe some audio problems on 40m, and low band RX antennas maybe harmed by the snow, otherwise station was working fine. I think Murphy stayed in the skies this time - but there he also did a good job !
We're looking forward to get some bigger antennas up, though.

Thanks for all the QSOs, in particular those of who had to be patient for us getting everything correct in the log. Really, THANK YOU !

73 de
Roy / LA5KO

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