The United Kingdom and Ireland Contest Club

RESULTS - 6th April 2016 - SSB

Thanks for taking part in the last SSB contest of the 2015/16 series. The band was very noisy with a number of nets in progress. There was also a noticeable absence of any QSOs over 2500km. The VK0EK DXpedition was spotted in Japan on 3775kHz which resulted in some of the Eu 'band police' arriving there to defend that frequency against imagined intruders! It is worth remembering that the scores posted here immediately after the log submission deadline are *provisional* scores, to be followed a.s.a.p. by the finalised scores/results. We had some unexpected problems with the adjudication this time, for which we apologise. One logfile contained errors which prevented accurate adjudication of all the logfiles - we've accepted the entry this time, but will classify all logs with errors as Checklogs in future. It is entirely the responsibility of the entrant to ensure that their entry is correct, in terms of the structure and content of the Cabrillo logfile. The log submission robot is very good at screening logs and alerting an entrant when their logfile is wrong - we will be updating it to avoid this sort of unusual log error getting through in future. As an example of the unexpected log errors we sometimes encounter, one entrant in this contest sent the wrong locator to the first 3 stations that they worked, then changed to sending the correct locator for the rest of the contest ! Congratulations to Ark EI0PL (EI9KC) on winning Overall and the High Power section, to Stewart G3RXQ on winning the Low Power section and to Steve G3ZVW on winning the QRP section. The final contest of this series is on 27th April 2016 on CW 73 Chris GM3WOJ - Adjudicator


Combined Results
* = Assisted Entry
Call Pwr Grid Raw Dupe Bust NIL Good Total  -- Best DX --
QSOs QSOs Pts Call Km
1GW4BLEHIO816930165150SP5GDY1645
2G6MCHIO947513071144SQ9ZBC1603
3G3RXQLIO846200062136SQ5NWI1601
4SE5LLJP702600026131EI5KG1610
5G0DVJHJO026600066125S5/PA3BHF1283
6G3SWCLIO915400054117SP5GDY1510
7PC4H*HJO224100041113SQ5JUP1085
8GI0AZBLIO644801047108DF3XZ1183
9G0MCVHIO925301052107SQ9ZBC1574
10G3ZVWQIO80460004693SE5L1583
112E0KVJLIO80600215792DF3XZ1016
12EI5KGHIO62520105188SE5L1610
13G4EBKLIO93441004386S5/PA3BHF1456
14M0DCGLIO83440014380SE5L1337
15G3RSDLIO93470104679DF6RI943
16G4DDXLIO91390003973DF6RI879
17EI8IQHIO62400103971HF1D1476
18PE4BASQJO33230002368EI8IQ945
19G0VQRLIO91320003258GI0AZB523
20G4GNKLIO91290002956SE5L1408
21G2BKZLIO91270002753SE5L1408
22GM0AXYLIO85270002753SE5L1197
23G0AZELIO81300003051HF1D1240
24EI7CCLIO63250002551SE5L1538
25S5/PA3BHFLJN75100001045GM3WOJ1913
26SP5GDYLKO02120001244EI0PL1872
27F4VQTQIN98190001942GM3WOJ1037
28HF1DLJO73240302142EI8IQ1476
29SQ5NWILKO02100001038EI0PL1872
30M0SHKLJO02220002238GM3WOJ676
31DF6RILJN59160101538EI0PL1323
32SQ5JUPLKO02100001037EI0PL1872
33GU0UVHLIN89190001936GI0AZB620
34G7HYSLIO81190001932GM3WOJ681
35M0TPALIO82230102231GM3WOJ571
36SQ9ZBCLKN097000730EI0PL1982
37G6GLPLIO80210102027OP5T572
38MW0TBILIO81180001827GI0AZB429
39M0RLOLIO91190011826GM3WOJ716
40M6VPWQIO91160001626GM3WOJ716
41G0CPALIO91170101622GM3WOJ716
42M6LFL*QIO92160101516GI0AZB456
43G0MDRLIO91200301715GI0AZB523
44EI7GEBQIO63100001013G0MCV418
452E0WEKLIO91150201311GM3WOJ716
46G0FPU*HIO923000342E0KVJ262
47HB3YKULJN46100013G6MC1136


High Power - Unassisted Low Power - Unassisted QRP - Unassisted
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1GW4BLEIO8165150
2G6MCIO9471144
3G0DVJJO0266125
4G0MCVIO9252107
5EI5KGIO625188
6EI8IQIO623971
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1G3RXQIO8462136
2SE5LJP7026131
3G3SWCIO9154117
4GI0AZBIO6447108
52E0KVJIO805792
6G4EBKIO934386
7M0DCGIO834380
8G3RSDIO934679
9G4DDXIO913973
10G0VQRIO913258
11G4GNKIO912956
12G2BKZIO912753
13GM0AXYIO852753
14EI7CCIO632551
15G0AZEIO813051
16S5/PA3BHFJN751045
17SP5GDYKO021244
18HF1DJO732142
19DF6RIJN591538
20M0SHKJO022238
21SQ5NWIKO021038
22SQ5JUPKO021037
23GU0UVHIN891936
24G7HYSIO811932
25M0TPAIO822231
26SQ9ZBCKN09730
27G6GLPIO802027
28MW0TBIIO811827
29M0RLOIO911826
30G0CPAIO911622
31G0MDRIO911715
322E0WEKIO911311
33HB3YKUJN4613
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1G3ZVWIO804693
2PE4BASJO332368
3F4VQTIN981942
4M6VPWIO911626
5EI7GEBIO631013


High Power - Assisted Low Power - Assisted QRP - Assisted
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1PC4H*JO2241113
2G0FPU*IO9234
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1M6LFL*IO921516


Soapbox

arrived on frequency 30minutes before start to have a few qso`s ,, 20mins in a german stations asking me to qsy as dx was near , but on listening they had qsy`d up to work ja ,, i got continuosly jammed , sorry to those that tried -- 2E0KVJ Great fun from Club station QTH -- EI0PL Good bit of fun, great idea, first entry but will do again. Well done to all -- EI5KG Great Craic -- EI8IQ QRP 4W into G5RV -- F4VQT Weird propagation - dead zone between DL & S5! Much noisier than usual at this QTH. Sorry to those QRP who I couldn't pick out. -- G0DVJ fantastic -- G0MCV I forgot the contest was on, missed the start managed to give a few points away. -- G0VQR Very busy SD a great help -- G2BKZ 2030 time for bed -- G3MZV Thanks to everyone for the QSOs. Particularly nice to work some unfamiliar callsigns tonight. -- G3ZVW lost my voice so had to use rig files to give call and report untill i corrupted the button when S&P. Must apologise to fellow operators for the abrupt call and report. Manged to run for 15mins at the end just! Used SD as usual without any problems. -- G4DDX Challenging but enjoyable. SD very good. -- G7HYS Great fun tonight, my logger software played up for the first three contacts, a quick reboot cleared it, sorry to the French station, too much QRM to let me be comfortable for the locator :( -- GI0AZB somewhat different style here this evening....decided to do more S&P in the hope of finding more distant stations but didn't quite work out that way. Mainland Europe - that is stations outside UK and EI appeared few and far between. For some reason had more dupes than usual, why that is I have no idea. And how did I miss Chris GM3WOJ, we spoke just before the start and heard you about but never made a Q! See everyone back in September on SSB, for the next 80m series. -- GW4BLE band very noisy -- M0DCG great -- M6LFL Very hard time. Cdx seem not to be good. My locator JO33 sometimes hard to get. Many get it as JO32. Had the idea there were not too many stations on the band this time? Signals were not too strong as well. It's a miracle I did make any contacts with QRP I think. Used a Yaesu FT817, 5W, Turner +3B mike and 84m horizontal loop on 7m agl. -- PE4BAS Lots of QRN. Thanks for the contest! -- S5/PA3BHF


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