The United Kingdom and Ireland Contest Club

RESULTS - 3rd February 2016 - SSB

Thanks for entering the second SSB contest of 2016. Here near Inverness conditions were very noisy - the band was busy with contest QSOs, nets, data transmissions and QRN - I found it difficult to find a clear enough frequency. There was a good turn-out with 75 logfiles received. Congratulations to Leo UT2II on winning Overall and High Power, to Mark EI6JK on being the leading UK/EI entrant, to Bryn G3SWC on winning the Low Power section and to Steve M9A (G3ZVW) on winning the QRP section. Congratulations also to Dale 2W0ODS on entering his first contest! The log submission robot has a new feature - it is rejecting incorrect Cabrillo logfiles more enthusiastically than in the past. A common problem is the mode being wrong e.g. CW instead of PH. We are also still seeing entrants entering 0000 where no Grid / Locator has been received - this will lose them points - please leave the field blank or enter -- The next contest in the series is on 24th February on CW. 73 Chris GM3WOJ and Paul EI5DI - Adjudicators


Combined Results
* = Assisted Entry
Call Pwr Grid Raw Dupe Bust NIL Good Total  -- Best DX --
QSOs QSOs Pts Call Km
1UT2II*HKN984500144458EA7VPG3793
2EI6JK*HIO538600086308UY2IF3351
3GM4ZUKHIO879310191303UT2II2938
4LX1NOHJN395600056222UY2IF2327
5GW4BLEHIO81117171108209SV1IYA2564
6GM3WOJHIO775702055191UT2II3058
7G3TXFHIO918401083191UT2II2852
8G3SWCLIO9183010821889H3AY2094
9G4FJKHIO806600066176UT2II3011
10G0DVJHJO028601184174LZ1FCN1984
11EI2KALIO515600056172UT2II3397
12G3WPHHIO917721074154LZ1FCN2068
13G6MC*HIO946804064144UY2IF2817
14PC4HHJO225402151141UT2II2430
15GI0AZB*LIO643900039125UY2IF3204
162E0KVJLIO806814063118LZ1FCN2170
17GW9JLIO725601055113EA7VPG1778
18M9AQIO806102059111UY2IF3011
19M0VKYHIO82562105399SE5L1415
20M4P*LIO91420004296UT2II2852
21G3RXQLIO84430004396UY2IF2946
22SE5LLJP70230202188EI6JK1642
23G4FNLQIO90490204786UT2II2872
24G4DBWLJO015112048859H3AY2002
25G4DDXLIO91510204985UT2II2852
26G4PIQLJO02370113583UT2II2701
27GM0WEDLIO88250002581UT2II2943
28LZ1FCNLKN12140001481GM3WOJ2579
29G4CXQLIO81440014379UT2II2989
30G4EBKLIO93430004378LX1NO711
31G8FMCLIO91340013370UT2II2852
32EI7CCLIO63310003167UT2II3220
33M0SARLIO91320003267UT2II2852
34UY2IF*LKN98110101062EI6JK3351
35G0AZEHIO81310013060UT2II2989
36EI9KCLIO63290022759UT2II3220
37MM1ELIO85300022857UT2II2940
38M0DCGLIO83340103357UT2II2957
39G4RCDLIO93361103457UT2II2824
40G4CRFLIO91280102757UT2II2852
41G0UWSLIO91290012857UT2II2852
42GM4UBJLIO75210102056UT2II3066
43HF1DLJO73180101756UT2II1765
44G0MCVLIO92280002855LX1NO653
45LY3UVLKO14130001355EI6JK2084
46G0LWULIO84270002754SE5L1264
47EI3ENBLIO62210002150UT2II3239
48F4VQT*QIN98220002249UT2II2923
49M0ACMLIO91241002346UT2II2852
50SQ6NEJ*LJO81120001243EI6JK1770
51M0MPMLIO91190001941GM3WOJ716
52G0MDRLIO91220012139GM3WOJ716
53G2BKZLIO91181001738UT2II2852
54S57KM*LJN769000935EI6JK1877
55SQ5NWILKO027000730EI6JK2003
56G4GNKLIO91180101729UT2II2852
57GM0AXYLIO85120001228EI2KA597
58G0CPALIO91150001528GM4ZUK681
59EI7GYLIO63160011528UT2II3220
60G4MEMLIO94160001626LX1NO781
61LA1HLLJP208000825G4FJK1221
62MW0TBI*LIO81190101825GM3WOJ681
632W0ODSLIO81190111723GM3WOJ681
64OZ4NALJO469000923EI6JK1196
65SQ9ZBCLKN099001822EI6JK2114
66M6VPWQIO91110001121GM4ZUK681
67G8AFNLIO80130001321GM3WOJ790
68G7HYSLIO81110001121LX1NO743
69G7PVZLIO91120001218GM4ZUK681
70M0COPLIO82140101315PC4H543
71EI5DILIO637000710G0DVJ548
72G0NJS*LIO911002087G3HAY587
73M0TPALIO83500056GM4ZUK446
742E0JJNLJO01200022GW4BLE278
75M0PCRLIO90902072GM4ZUK790


High Power - Unassisted Low Power - Unassisted QRP - Unassisted
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1GM4ZUKIO8791303
2LX1NOJN3956222
3GW4BLEIO81108209
4G3TXFIO9183191
5GM3WOJIO7755191
6G4FJKIO8066176
7G0DVJJO0284174
8G3WPHIO9174154
9PC4HJO2251141
10M0VKYIO825399
11G0AZEIO813060
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1G3SWCIO9182188
2EI2KAIO5156172
32E0KVJIO8063118
4GW9JIO7255113
5G3RXQIO844396
6SE5LJP702188
7G4DDXIO914985
8G4DBWJO014885
9G4PIQJO023583
10GM0WEDIO882581
11LZ1FCNKN121481
12G4CXQIO814379
13G4EBKIO934378
14G8FMCIO913370
15EI7CCIO633167
16M0SARIO913267
17EI9KCIO632759
18MM1EIO852857
19M0DCGIO833357
20G4RCDIO933457
21G4CRFIO912757
22G0UWSIO912857
23GM4UBJIO752056
24HF1DJO731756
25LY3UVKO141355
26G0MCVIO922855
27G0LWUIO842754
28EI3ENBIO622150
29M0ACMIO912346
30M0MPMIO911941
31G0MDRIO912139
32G2BKZIO911738
33SQ5NWIKO02730
34G4GNKIO911729
35EI7GYIO631528
36G0CPAIO911528
37GM0AXYIO851228
38G4MEMIO941626
39LA1HLJP20825
402W0ODSIO811723
41OZ4NAJO46923
42SQ9ZBCKN09822
43G7HYSIO811121
44G8AFNIO801321
45G7PVZIO911218
46M0COPIO821315
47EI5DIIO63710
48M0TPAIO8356
492E0JJNJO0122
50M0PCRIO9072
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1M9AIO8059111
2G4FNLIO904786
3M6VPWIO911121


High Power - Assisted Low Power - Assisted QRP - Assisted
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1UT2II*KN9844458
2EI6JK*IO5386308
3G6MC*IO9464144
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1GI0AZB*IO6439125
2M4P*IO914296
3UY2IF*KN981062
4SQ6NEJ*JO811243
5S57KM*JN76935
6MW0TBI*IO811825
7G0NJS*IO9187
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1F4VQT*IN982249


Soapbox

Very noisy tonight -- EI2KA Great contest ,conditions were good,a bit noisy at times. Keep up good work UKEICC -- EI6JK Nice contest -- G0CPA Again some DQRM carrier - perhaps he just targets me? -- G0DVJ great great -- G0MCV no many EI stations tonight -- G0NJS Great to be able to work DX on 80 with a 20 mtr Quad! -- G2BKZ Very noisy -- G3RXQ Good contest & plenty of activity! -- G3SWC Very noisy. One station insisted he was in JO91 ...so thats what I logged HI HI -- G4DBW Very noisy but a little better than trh cc on monday Had problem copying again due to solar panels but enjoyed the evening. Used SD as usual. -- G4DDX High noise level for the last few days made it very difficult this evening. So apologies if it was hard work calling or if I just couldn't hear you. Using the FT2000D with 200w o/p to a inv.Vee @ 20ft. -- G4FJK Just a few mins at the end of the event. Amazing Medium Delayed echoes started to form at the end. K3, 100W, Dipole @ 18m -- G4PIQ Very noisy -- G7HYS Only on for a sort time. Enjoyed it so back next time for the QRP CW event. -- G7PVZ thought I would use computer with large screen decided to try FLRIG for controlnot a good idea Tx got set to 1w level took time to realise what was going on. then decided to use old netbook so after 40 mins i got started. -- G8AFN First attempt at a UKEICC contest! A bit manic compared to my usual VHF contests; but fun! -- G8FMC Excellent event again, really enjoyed the buzz -- GI0AZB 80m aerial just 5 mtrs above ground after the storms -- GM0AXY Like drawing teeth -- GM0WED I had to move from qrp to low this evening as no one could hear me !Skip started to go long by the end with my higher inverted L better by the end -- GM4UBJ Long Skip tonight -- GM4ZUK Activity seemed down this evening and high noise level at times. Running in low power section so noticed fewer eu stations calling - possibly conditions or maybe lower power not being heard. -- GW9J 100W: G5RV at 35ft: difficult conditions -- M0DCG High noise level, but good fun -- M0MPM Very noisy and difficult band tonight -- MM1E


Some Statistics

Total QSOs: 1496 Cross Checked QSOs: 1055 Long distance QSOs - over 3000km UT2II in KN98 worked EA7VPG in IM76 at distance of 3793 km EI2KA in IO51 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3397 km EI6JK in IO53 worked UY2IF in KN98 at distance of 3351 km EI3ENB in IO62 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3239 km EI7CC in IO63 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3220 km EI7GY in IO63 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3220 km EI9KC in IO63 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3220 km GI0AZB in IO64 worked UY2IF in KN98 at distance of 3204 km GM4UBJ in IO75 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3066 km GM3WOJ in IO77 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3058 km G4FJK in IO80 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3011 km G4FJK in IO80 worked UY2IF in KN98 at distance of 3011 km M9A in IO80 worked UY2IF in KN98 at distance of 3011 km M9A in IO80 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3011 km UT2II in KN98 worked M0HHG in IO80 at distance of 3011 km UT2II in KN98 worked G4CLN in IO80 at distance of 3011 km