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DL3PWSO LP ALL2014 LICENCE
DL4EBASO LP ALLRX=IC 7400, TX=IC7400, Antenne: 3 Element Beam von Fritzel FB33, und Langdrath W3-2000. Leistung: 100 Watt
DL4FAPSO HP ALLDrake TR7 & PA
DL4JLMSA HP ALLVery good conditions especially on 10m
DL4NNSA HP ALLKenwood TS-480 SAT, Elecraft KPA 500, 3 element SteppIR, Kelemen Dipol
DL4ZASO LP ALLYaesu FT-450 SteppIR / FC-102 Loop 168 Meter Umfang
DL5JRASO LP ALLTCVR: TS 590-S (80 Watt) ANT : Lazy Quad (80-10m)
DL5KUDSO LP 15MICOM7400 80W DIPOLE UP 10M. S&P ONLY; NO TELNET/CLUSTER; NO BANDMAP. VOICE FROM THE SOUNDCARD, SOME 20 QSO WITH THE MICROPHONE. N1MM+ DID A PERFECT JOB FOR ME ! THANKS TO THE CREATORS !
DL5ZBSO LP ALLTRX Icom 756 proIII ANT TA33M,FD4 and Inv"V"
DL7FUASO LP ALLKenwood TS-50, Dipol W-8010 7m over ground
DL7VRGSO LP ALLNice contest, see you all next year, 73 Matt !
DL9GTBSA HP ALLTX/RX: IC-7400 + ME1200-H, Ant: GPA-30. G5RV, Vertical 80m
DL9LFSO LP ALLFT1000MP Field Vertical GAP Titan DX
DM4EESO LP ALLTX: TS950SDX 100W Ant: OB11-5, Rotary Dipol ; Vertical R8 ; Doublete 2X 20 m
DM7DUSA LP ALLLic.Date: 11.10.2005
DN3CXSA HP ALLThis was my 2nd contest and it was much fun. I'm 8 years old and since 1 year a SWL. My Dad made my supporters. TNX 73/88 Nele De1NBK/DN3CX
DO1BKISO LP ALL09.09.2014
DO1DJJSO QRP ALLTNX for ufb contest
DO1FFESA LP ALL2014
DO3EFSO LP ALLRookie 2012
DO3MKBSA LP ALLRookie Class E since 21.02.2012
DO4TPSO LP 15Mtnx fer contest fb condx :-)
DO5SBSO LP ALLROOKIE DATE FIRST LICENSED 07.11.2013
DO6CCSO LP ALL2012
DO6LESO LP ALLErstlizenz am 13.03.2014
DO9MJSO LP 15MROOKIE - First Licence at 2012 TNX fr great Contest de DO9MJ
DU1UGZSO HP 20MCould not finish the contest but I hope I have done enough. I am leaving for a workshop in Jakarta Indonesia tomorrow so I have to pack and get ready for an early morning flight
DU1VHYSO LP 15M70 - 90 watts and a dipole. had lots of fun. restored my faith on 15 meters
DU7HFChecklogTS440s 20-Watt Only. With Di-Poor Wire Antenna, 7-Yard Up
DU9BXMSLOUR FIRST TIME, VERY NICE!
DV5HTSO LP ALLMy first ham radio operation while in the Philippines. Did not make a lot of contacts but had a great time. Need a better antenna system, but it worked!
DX150MMMTHANK YOU VERY MUCH. IT WAS FUN
EA2EASA QRP 15MRig: Yaesu FT-817, Antenna: 5El yagi at @12m. Thanks to Julen EB2AM to let me use his station. Eskerrik Asko..!
EA3FFSA QRP ALLTHIS YEAR A SPECIAL PROP IN 10M EVEN IN LATE HOURS HOPE TO MEET US NEXT ONE
EA3QPSA HP 15MNice contest. Some blackouts during Saturday and Sunday morning due to Sun conditions interesting backscatter propagation conditions listening Mediterranean stations 9+ beaming to USA
EA4DXPSO LP ALLNice contest, after seven years in QRT due to family problems. See you next year!. RIG: Icom IC-706MKII PWR: 80 W ANT1: 10/15/20 m - ECO AVT vertical ANT2: 40/80 m - homemade dual band wire dipole
EA4GJJSO LP ALL19/03/2012
EA4GPZSO LP ALLFirst licenced 3 july 2014
EA4KRSO HP 20MTNX to Julen, EB2AM, to give me the chance to use his station one more time
EA6/DK5IRSO LP ALLIcom IC-7000 Ant. Multiband GPA + Tuner 5m above the ground
EA6/GM0EGIM2A very late decision was made to find somewhere overseas to operate CQWW SSB for the first time. A quick check of the flight prices and we purchased tickets to EA6 and worried about finding a QTH later. Much squinting at google maps and a good qth was found. We went with 5 people, 2 K3's, 2 KPA 500's and a bunch of wire antennas that would fit in our cases. VDA's were used right on the water for 10-15-20 and GP's for 40/80 made from wire on Spiderbeam poles. 160m was a low inverted L on Sat and it was frankly rubbish. We loaded up the 80m antenna for the Sunday and it was much better until the ferrite choke overheated. The 10 character call was a nightmare for mults. Running was ok but most stations seem to have a limit of 6 characters then they can't process any more and needed 2, 3 and even more repeats at times. Other than that, the main house RCD tripped with 40 minutes to go. Turned out the box was inaccessible. We had great fun and are planning another O/S site for next year, with a short call of course
EA6SXSO LP 40MNot much spare time and main equipment broken. So just few hours with my small IC7100. Bad conditions and LP make every QSO a hard flight. Thanks guys for your patience with my weak signal. 73
EA8/LY2IJSO HP ALLMy big thanks go to Alex LY3UM / EA8DBM who made this operation possible! Equipment - R9 vertical + K3 + Acom1000, so entered new subcategory - "NO tribander - just wire"
EB1DJSO LP 10MVery Good Conditions Esporadic Propagation spread in 28Mhz. My Setup, ICOM IC-7K, ANTENNA TAGRA BT-104 7/8 WAVE J-POLE
EB3WHSO LP ALLHello everyone; I've really enjoyed contesting with such good propagation conditions. I hope to compete in 2015 with high power and make Running. Thanks very much for organize it. 73 es 44 Juanjo, EB3WH
EC1DDSA LP ALL
EC4AASO QRP 15MQRP Rig: YAESU FT-817ND Power: 5 w Antenna: Wire (8 m long) + remote tuner (LDG RT-100)
ED4AAMSHGreat Contest, Awaiting the next
EF8OSO LP ALLIC-756PROIII - GPA-50(vert 10/15/20) - dipole 40/80
EI1ASO LP ALLThis was until now my best SO2R contest experience in low power all band category. I am still learning and got new ideas to improve the SEARCH station in the future. The propagation was wonderful and the 10 meter band was the best one specially to work North American stations (3 points per QSO). The Spiderbeam antenna which is a 4 elements full size on 10 meters worked also perfectly and I got answer from mobile and QRP stations with a real S9. I performed very good RUN with 2 major peaks up to 153 and 162 QSO/hour. I also beat my rate record with 6 QSO/min during one minute and 4 QSO/min during 10 minutes. Unfortunately, I slept too much according to my planning, this is due to the heavy physical work I did to raise alone the antenna park the week before. I may enter in the TOP3 europe but could lose the head position due to this. Secondly, my number of QSO on 40m band is too low as it was very difficult to find a clean frequency to call, therefore I missed some possible additional multipliers. Anyway, I took my revenge from last year where all the high bands antennas were destroyed 10 hours after the begining of the contest by the St Jude storm. See you next year ! Olivier ON4EI/EI1A
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