The United Kingdom and Ireland Contest Club

RESULTS - 2nd March 2016 - SSB

Thanks for taking part in this, our third SSB 80m contest of 2016. The band was busy and relatively quiet, and many entrants logged Leo UT2II at distance of 3000km or more. The Robot, which validates logs as they are uploaded, is getting better at identifing missing or invalid locators, and a few entrants were advised of errors and given the chance to re-submit their logs before the 1-hour deadline. The top three HP entrants were Allan GM4ZUK, Mark EI6JK, and Jonathan G0DVJ. For LP, the winners were Bryn G3SWC, Jerzy HF1D, and Dave 2E0KVJ. For QRP, the top three were Steve M9A, Graham G4FNL, and Steve GW0GEI. Congratulations to all concerned. The three remaining 80m contests in this series are as follows - 30th March 2016 CW, 6th April 2016 SSB, 27th April 2016 CW We hope you'll all join in again. UPDATE : 3rd March - we received a number of valid complaints about losing points because two entrants had forgotten to change the N1MM+ default locator IO93 to the locator that they were sending. The logs have now been rescored. 73 Paul EI5DI and Chris GM3WOJ - Adjudicators


Combined Results
* = Assisted Entry
Call Pwr Grid Raw Dupe Bust NIL Good Total  -- Best DX --
QSOs QSOs Pts Call Km
1GM4ZUKHIO878600086273UT2II2938
2EI6JKHIO536900069221UT2II3351
3G0DVJHJO029310092207UT2II2701
4GM3WOJHIO777212069204UT2II3058
5HF1DLJO733900039185UT2II1765
6G3SWCLIO917010069173UT2II2852
7GW0IRWHIO726700067172UT2II3105
8GW4JHIO737000070164UT2II3088
92E0KVJLIO807010069162SE5L1583
10EI8IQHIO626501064160UT2II3239
11EI9KCHIO636220060160UT2II3220
12G3RXQLIO847511073159UT2II2946
13GM0WEDLIO884501044139LY3UV1651
14EI2KALIO515212049136SE5L1787
15G6MC*HIO946812164136UT2II2817
16PC4H*HJO225001049131UT2II2430
17G4FJKHIO805700057129UT2II3011
18G4DDXLIO916200161123SE4E1408
19GW4BLEHIO815600155123UT2II2989
20GI0AZBLIO645502053118UT2II3204
21M9AQIO805502053111SE4E1583
22G4FZNHIO945400054110SE4E1165
23SE4ELJP703002028104UT2II2030
24G8FCQHIO925401053101UT2II2836
25EI7CCLIO634400044101UT2II3220
26G4EBKLIO935701155100SE5L1242
27SE5LLJP70221002198EI2KA1787
28G4FNLQIO90410004195UT2II2872
29EI7CDLIO63440004491PC4H813
30MI1AIBLIO65420204087UT2II3192
31M0DCGLIO83470114584SE4E1337
32G4DBWLJO01410104084HF1D975
33LA1HLLJP20200002082EI2KA1325
34MM1ELIO85460304381UT2II2940
35GW0GEIQIO72410004178HF1D1344
36G3XYFLIO94350003575HF1D1053
37G0UWSLIO91390003974HF1D1107
38SP5GDYLKO02170001773EI6JK2003
39G0MCVHIO92350103472HF1D1078
40M4P*LIO91321003171UT2II2852
41G0AZELIO81340003467HF1D1240
42GM3XHIO88250102467SE4E1041
43G4CXQLIO81330003366GM0WED780
44PA3DBS*LJO21250102459SE4E1178
45EI3ENBLIO62320003257PA3DBS831
46UT2II*HKN98300602455EI6JK3351
47PE4BASQJO33270212455UT2II2294
48EI7GYLIO63320003254GM3X610
49G0MDRLIO91270002754GM3X790
50G8AFNLIO80300102954GM3X891
51G4GNKLIO91260002649GM0WED790
52SQ9ZBCLKN09120001248EI9KC1982
53G3ZBUQIO91250002545GM3WOJ716
54G7HYSLIO81210002137GM3WOJ681
55EI5DILIO63160001626G0DVJ548
56M6VPWQIO91120001226GM4ZUK681
57GM4UBJQIO751200012222E0KVJ573
58G0FPULIO92140101320GM4ZUK571
59M0RLOLIO91180201618GM3X790
60EI7GEB*LIO639000913GM3X610


High Power - Unassisted Low Power - Unassisted QRP - Unassisted
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1GM4ZUKIO8786273
2EI6JKIO5369221
3G0DVJJO0292207
4GM3WOJIO7769204
5GW0IRWIO7267172
6GW4JIO7370164
7EI9KCIO6360160
8EI8IQIO6264160
9G4FJKIO8057129
10GW4BLEIO8155123
11G4FZNIO9454110
12G8FCQIO9253101
13G0MCVIO923472
14GM3XIO882467
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1HF1DJO7339185
2G3SWCIO9169173
32E0KVJIO8069162
4G3RXQIO8473159
5GM0WEDIO8844139
6EI2KAIO5149136
7G4DDXIO9161123
8GI0AZBIO6453118
9SE4EJP7028104
10EI7CCIO6344101
11G4EBKIO9355100
12SE5LJP702198
13EI7CDIO634491
14MI1AIBIO654087
15G4DBWJO014084
16M0DCGIO834584
17LA1HLJP202082
18MM1EIO854381
19G3XYFIO943575
20G0UWSIO913974
21SP5GDYKO021773
22G0AZEIO813467
23G4CXQIO813366
24EI3ENBIO623257
25G8AFNIO802954
26G0MDRIO912754
27EI7GYIO633254
28G4GNKIO912649
29SQ9ZBCKN091248
30G7HYSIO812137
31EI5DIIO631626
32G0FPUIO921320
33M0RLOIO911618
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1M9AIO8053111
2G4FNLIO904195
3GW0GEIIO724178
4PE4BASJO332455
5G3ZBUIO912545
6M6VPWIO911226
7GM4UBJIO751222


High Power - Assisted Low Power - Assisted QRP - Assisted
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1G6MC*IO9464136
2PC4H*JO2249131
3UT2II*KN982455
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1M4P*IO913171
2PA3DBS*JO212459
3EI7GEB*IO63913
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 


Soapbox

Checklog received with thanks from Ray G3XLG. Very noisy band tonight--like 40m having a bad hair day. -- EI2KA Good fun, noisey band-keep up good work at getting results within hour-causes great excitement. Other contests should do it. -- EI6JK Getting more accustomed to SD less finger trouble -- EI7CD Great fun -- EI8IQ Deep QSB at times. DQRM again mostly at the start. Spent time explaining which contest and where to find details to 3 stns who asked. -- G0DVJ great contest -- G0MCV Good contest. Not as much band noise as last time. -- G3RXQ Good conditions & plenty of activity! -- G3SWC condx getting better. good fun. -- G3ZBU THE BEST NIGHT YET MORE INTER G WHILE EU ERE VERY WEAK. WORKED ALL IN MY TEAM AND IN MY CLUB THAT WERE ON. QUITE A FEW NEW ONES AS WELL. SD WORKED PERFECTLY. -- G4DDX Still learning the basics about 80m. Signals dropped so much in the first 15mins, I thought the antenna had come down. But things picked up after that. -- G4FJK Could hear the dx but not work it. Must get more height SD very gd. -- G7HYS used SD large fonts this time- much better enjoyable contest -- G8AFN 1st effort on this contest fab fun and sensible exchanges -- G8FCQ Having scoring problems with my log program tonight -- GI0AZB last 10 min -- GM3X noisy tonight,thanks to all with good ears who can hear me :) -- GM4UBJ Good start then got quiet after 30 mins -- GM4ZUK Late coming on by a few mins and antenna tuned for cw so decided to try qrp 5w unconnected section for a change. Pleasantly surprised that I managed to run a few times with 5w! -- GW0GEI Started at 100w until some wally started jamming so I put the amp on -- GW0IRW late start due to other things going on..... S&P'd around for a bit with occasional 'runs'. Audio on line as usual. -- GW4BLE Fantastic contest. -- HF1D very useful logging -- M0RLO Didn't appreciate G6MC starting to call CQ 300Hz above me without asking if the frequency was in use. Exceptionally poor form.... -- MI1AIB Noisy band again but enjoyed the chase -- MM1E Again a great contest. This time I tried QRP. I doubt every worked station has my call correct. Many thought to work with PA7BAS. But that's not my call.Heavy QRM sometimes. Best DX UT2II but again I hope he had my call correct. 73 Bas -- PE4BAS sorry having audio problems with my rig -- SE5L


Some Statistics

Total QSOs: 1508 Cross Checked QSOs: 1061 Long distance QSOs : EI6JK in IO53 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3351 km EI8IQ in IO62 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3239 km EI7CC 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 UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3204 km MI1AIB in IO65 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3192 km GW0IRW in IO72 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3105 km GW4J in IO73 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 3088 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 GW4BLE in IO81 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2989 km UT2II in KN98 worked GW5NF in IO81 at distance of 2989 km G3RXQ in IO84 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2946 km MM1E in IO85 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2940 km UT2II in KN98 worked G0UJK/A in IO85 at distance of 2940 km GM4ZUK in IO87 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2938 km G4FNL in IO90 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2872 km G3SWC in IO91 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2852 km M4P in IO91 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2852 km G8FCQ in IO92 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2836 km G6MC in IO93 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2824 km G0DVJ in JO02 worked UT2II in KN98 at distance of 2701 km