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results/Ergebnisse MS-Contest 2008 20.11.2009
Log DL1MAJ (dl1maj) Hier sind die Ergebnisse des MS-Contests 2008. Wir konnten einen neuen Teilnehmerrekord bei den aktiven Stationen bzw. DXCC-Gebieten verzeichnen. Leider spiegelt sich das nicht in den eingereichten Logs wieder.
2008 was another year with great operation and a growing number of Meteor Scatter enthusiasts allover in Europe. We could not find a real maximum in our "TOP 7" statistic, the first night started with a great number of good MS-contacts, nearly the same at the following 2 nights... Now we are anxious to see the 2009 propagations!
Multi Op

Pl. CALL QSOs Points Pfx Score QTH Loc RIG
1 RZ1AWT 312 872 166 144.752 KO48VR 1KW, 4x14ele, 10ele, 14ele
2 LY2WR/P 185 555 113 62.715 KO24FO 2x11ele, 1KW
3 LA/PA5DD 183 549 95 52.155 JP51BL 1KW, 15ele
4 YU7KB 150 450 105 47.250 KN05FG 700W. 2x10+10+11ele
5 IQ3AZ/p 129 387 86 33.282 JN66PB 16ele, 500W
6 DL0HOF 59 155 45 6.975 JO50XG 2x10ele, 700W
7 LZ9X 19 57 19 1.083 KN22TK 1K7, 4x 5WLYagi

Single OP

Pl. CALL QSOs Points Pfx Score QTH Loc RIG
1 EI/ON5GS/P 128 384 71 27.264 IO55XC/IO65JG 200W, 4x6ele
2 US2YW 107 321 79 25.359 KN38AL  100W 2x9ele
3 LZ2FO/2 99 287 69 19.803 KN14KA 1KW, 15ele
4 UT2UB 91 273 68 18.564 KO40UO 600W, 10ele
5 RA3WDK 90 268 66 17.688 KO81BR 800W, 13ele
6 S51AT 71 213 57 12.141 JN75GW 600W, 16ele
7 DJ9YE 73 200 60 12.000 JO43HV 300W, 17ele
8 YL2GJW 65 195 59 11.505 KO06RM 300W, 9ele
9 YL2OK 59 177 50 8.850 KO37AS 300W, 4x9ele
10 PA3ECU 53 159 42 6.678 JO32CF 500W, 2x8ele
11 YL3HA 46 136 38 5.168 KO26DW 250W, 9ele
12 LZ1ZP 37 111 36 3.996 KN22ID 200W, 13ele
13 DM2ECM 38 110 33 3.630 JO62GJ 250W, 11ele
14 DK5OX 38 97 34 3.298 JN59MO 100W, 10ele
15 F6BEG 32 96 30 2.880 JN25JS 300W, 2x12ele
16 YL2HA 31 93 30 2.790 KO26CV 200W, 4x17ele
17 UT8AL 32 94 29 2.726 KO61WP 100W, 21ele
18 ON4KHG 32 92 28 2.576 JO10XO 300W, 12ele
19 I5TWK/8 31 91 28 2.548 JN70FS 500W, 18ele
20 F4CWN 30 90 28 2.520 JN03PV 200W, 17 ele
21 ON6NL 30 88 27 2.376 JO21UE 120W, 13ele
22 DL4EBV 29 87 27 2.349 JO31HK 300W, 16ele
23 YO2BBT 31 83 24 1.992 KN05WG 300W, 10ele
24 UY9VY 26 78 25 1.950 KN68DM 400W, 32JXX2
25 DK7DR 27 81 24 1.944 JN47DP 300W, 12JXX
26 DL3WW 29 79 24 1.896 JO50FL 500W, 9ele
27 UT5ST 26 78 23 1.794 KN28IW 50W 9ele
28 DL4KUG 26 76 22 1.672 JO64PB 50W, 15ele
29 YO5TP 24 72 22 1.584 KN16SS 500W, 16ele
30 PE1NFE 24 70 21 1.470 JO32KR 200W, 8ele
31 DL1MAJ 21 63 20 1.260 JN68AH 750W, 2x17ele
32 DL8BDU 23 69 18 1.242 JO43AA 750W, 15ele
33 EW1CD/2 19 57 16 912 KO34RC 50W, 16ele
34 DL2RUG 16 48 16 768 JO62OJ 150W, 10ele
35 RW6AG 16 48 14 672 KN95NA 1KW, 4x 13ele
36 LZ2PI 15 45 14 630 KN23XU 100W, 7ele
37 DF0BV 14 42 14 588 JN68AH 100W, 11ele
38 DJ2QV 15 45 13 585 JN58UA 600W, 6ele
39 DL1RTL 14 39 14 546 JO62PH 100W, 13ele
40 YO5OHY 16 46 11 506 KN17SP 150W, 16ele
41 PA0BWL 12 36 12 432 JO21SS 50W, 9ele
41 DL4NAA 12 36 12 432 JO40OC 100W, 15ele
43 EA1CKL 12 36 11 396 IN82SL 250W, 17ele
44 DL1RMO 11 33 11 363 JO62HD 100W, 2x11ele
45 RZ6DD 10 30 10 300 LN04MX  
45 SP3IYM 10 30 10 300 JO82KL 80W, 10ele
47 RA4SD 12 20 11 220 LO36WP 65W, 9ele
48 G4AEP 8 24 7 168 IO91NJ 200W, 15ele
49 DJ8EW 7 21 7 147 JN58WH 100W, 8ele
49 LZ5GM 7 21 7 147 KN32QL 100W, 7ele
51 EU6AF 6 18 6 108 KO35LA  
52 IS0/IT9VDQ 4 12 4 48 JM48LW 100W, 8ele
53 DL4YAO 3 9 3 27 JN58WI 300W, 12ele
53 UA3RAW 3 9 3 27 LO02RR 50W, 11ele
55 DL6MAO 2 6 2 12 JN68AH 50W, 11ele
55 UA6AQN 2 6 2 12 KN96VC  

Checklogs: DK5EW, S51WX, YU3LT, YT3I

Kommentare/comments:

LA/PA5DD:

Hi

Another December - another fun BCC contest. We are happy to participate one more time. Before arriving in JP51 which is a much sought after square according to Most Wanted VUSHF DX www.rudius.net/mwd/144m.php also JO69 is. So we decided to do 18 hours stop en route to JP51 to work some of the stations looking for that square and make some points for the Most Wanted Contest www.rudius.net/mwd/contest.php In JO69 we also used VUSHF DX-peditions Shouts www.rudius.net/dxp/shouts with great success as it help the overall throughput so as many stations as possible could benefit from our stopover.

Skiing conditions offered loads of snow but it was rather foggy this year. But skiing is like BCC - always fun :-)

We managed to work about 190 QSOs including some dupes and we are sure that many got a new square. So despite the difficult take off which is always the case in Norway during winter the trip was a great success.

So, if you are looking for DX then VUSHF DX is your place! www.rudius.net/dxp

You can see more from the trip at on our homepages
PA5DD: home.hccnet.nl/uffe.noucha
OZ2M: www.rudius.net/oz2m

73
Uffe, PA5DD, and Bo, OZ2M - www.rudius.net/dxp

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ON6NL:

Hello!

Big fun again this contest! Propagation and activity were a lot better than during Perseids. The BCC procedure (IARU-R1 procedure officially) is now almost standard so your initiative payed off. The "do not communicate about a QSO" rule is hard to maintain as non-participant like to spot the QSOs they made. I think it is specially important to be very strickt about the "do not talk DURING a QSO" rule. Sometimes people are talked through a QSO. This is not bad to teach somebody how MS works, but for a contester and serious DXer this can hardly be regarded as making a QSO without online help! Hope you can work with the included log text below. If you need it I can send you any other layout.  Thanks again for a great contest! See you again next year for sure!

Happy new year 2009,

73 de Anton, ON6NL

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PE1NFE:

Hi,

Herewith my log for the 2008 BCC MS contest.
Thanks for organizing again. It was a lot of fun! Although I could not participate for the total time, I could improve my score compared to last year. Also worked some nice new squares thanks to all these guys that spend a lot of their time somewhere at "the end of the world".
Best regards, and best wishes for the new year!

73 Frank PE1NFE
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YU7KB:

Hello MS Friends,
This year we used my call sign YU7KB operating from our old location KN05FG. We improved our antenna system this time, using 2x10 el BVO + 10 el BVO + 11 el Yagi.
I expected higher activity than last year especially during the weekend but it just didn't happen.  During the whole contest we had very strong wind that made lot of problems to portable antenna systems and caused power outages resulting in several malfunctions in our equipments. We want to thank to everybody with whom we had a QSO as well as to others who were trying to do so. We published some photos at http://www.yt7c.org.yu/Galerija/bcc08yu7kb/index.htm

Best regards, YU7KB Contest Team:

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DL0HOF:

Lots of Fun...nice as everytime on MS...no brute force and ignorance...
Very Hard for a central European Station as all world wants DX only , except other BCC participants.
No tech Problems this Year...only the Heating on the last 2 nights was a mess...

73 Harald

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LY2WR/P

Comment:

Because it is practically impossible to enforce the "no sked" rule, and because it is disputable what actually constitutes the "sked" ("pse continue", "CQ dir North" "waiting for RRR" - is part of sked or not? Even a simple ":)" smile can give a clue - yeah man, I hear you, keep calling you are next), and to simplify things, we propose the following change to the rules:

All QSO, sked or random, count 1 point. The only restriction - sent/received report can not be announced on internet. Use of DX-Cluster, ON4KST-chat and other communication channels are allowed and encouraged. Use of CQ-QSY system is recommended and will be widely used anyway by most stations, as this is much more effective method, than working in the .370 mess.

73 to all and thanks for QSO!


Rytis, LY4U

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DK5OX:

Thanks to all friends for the big fun.
See you again in BCC MS 2009
73's Boris

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YL2GJW

Hello, to all MS Fans!

Thanks all BCC and no BCC participants for QSO's!

This was my second BCC contest. It was very nice and I get a good experience. During the contest I used my "receive" 9 el. YAGI antena in that I didn't have enough time for set up my main antenas - its were laid on the ground. The antena works very well at the main peak of shower - 13-DEC-2008. The larger antenna should be useful for other contest days but anyway I made few nice QSO - Z35Z, EI4DQ, F1NSR, F6KBF, F5VHX,.....
Best wishes for and happy new year and a merry Christmas!
73! De Ivo/YL2GJW

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YO5OHY

Thanks to all for the nice QSOs! I hope to work in every BCC Contest, year by year, excellent contest!
Greetings from Romania to all friends.

73&GL, ZOLI; ERR

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DJ2QV:

QRV from new QTH near Munich with small 6 ele Yagi on the balcony. Not much time available but I remember more acitvity from previous years. Not many stations were calling CQ on 370. Luckily I had a few stations coming back to my CQ on Saturday.
Hope to see you next year - 73 Maik

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EI/ON5GS/P

...ALL qso's were achieved after 1 CQ385 and then stay on this frequency and pileup followed. I suppose that makes all qso's worth 3 points??? (ok they might have spot me a few times in the dxcluster HI i cannot help, i had no packet, no internet, no help)

129 x 3 x 71 = 27477 points

I took a few great pictures of the harsh circomstances during contest. Heavy winds, snow, lots static hail, blown over antennas and beautifull country. If you want i can send a few.

Best 73, thanks for a great adventure contest in europe's northwest corner.
ON5GS
Dirk

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I5TWK/8

HRD many signals. For instance the following stns were listened at my qth and qso attempted but unsuccessfull or not complete:
YO5TP, LZ2PI, SP8UFT, OK1DIX, PA7RP, PA3ECU, PA3DRL, OE3FVU, YT1VP, UY0UP and more others.

Think this year interest in BCC contest was recovered, owing many partecipants from East Europe from somewhat rare or difficult to work squares. Anyway our "old-timers" like more to pont their antennas to east, so in Southern Europe signals from OK/HA/DL/OE are short and rare, and we should need very high power to try backscatter with them, otherwise no qso is possible. Of course many "little pistols" running only 25 to 50 W and made a lot of contacts from YO-LZ-SP-UA....

Condx were good to very good, expecially on short and sidescatter paths behind the peak time (2300Z 13th Dec) and until 0300Z of 14 dec. Abruptly condx went down in the morning of 14th until contest finished, with some good burst but very rare, unuseful for the contact! In the past I remember that Geminids were less randomly active, and condx were sustained usually at least to 15 or 16th of December. Anyway 33 QSO is a very good performance from JN70, taking also in count my equipment limits and, expecially, constant noise (QRN) that I suffer from 350° to 15°, where most reflections from Northern Europe takes places... Consequently my activity was mainly directed to East and North-east.

Hope in next year we can activate JN60 or JM79 sqr, so hope in stronger interest and activity toward South.

Best 73's

Carlo I5TWK/8

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IS0/IT9VDQ

I mooved to Sardinia first days of march and after two weeks already I was qrv on HF; just with some dipoles to be active in contest, for not-competitive activity, BUT I realized how much difference there is between IT9 and IS0! Althoug with 80w and bad antennas, the interest for "IS0" country it is always very high, expecially on CW and in RTTY, so it is very funny to pop-up, saturday afternoon or sunday, in contest for some very exciting pile-up!!!!! BUT I was craving for "Meteor Scatter", so why not to begin for Geminids shower?
The "summer home" it is perfect in JM48, so in few days I arranged a very little set-up to be finally QRV! Must drive for about 50km to be qrv, after QRL and 50km to back in Cagliari in the nigth, but :-))) My intensions was to be "fully" active in BCC, but when I realized the BIG interest for JM48 (in the chat, via e-mail and with some telephone call too), after some BCC qso I preferred to stop the contest to be free to "help" as many JM48 request as possible. Some peoples got their new Dxcc and many other new square. As usual, a lot of call and fun on my side.
MY apologies goes to all friend I was not able to have a qso with, but in some periods (many periods) I letterally had an huge pile-up, with many friends on the screen at same time! Sorry for that, but I will be qrv in JM48 for the principal shower, so I hope to give a chance to all! Marry Xtmas and happy new 2009! See you for Quadrantids!

Gius, IS0/IT9VDQ

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LZ2FO

I WAS REALLY SORRY THAT I COULD NOT FINISH THE CONTEST . ALSO I DID NOT MANAGE TO SEND MY LOG UP TO THE DEAD LINE. ALL THAT IS ONLY BECAUSE I HAD TO ENTER THE HOSPITAL. I RETURNED BACK AT HOME ON JANUARY 11TH.
THANK'S TO ALL FOR THE NICE TIME I HAD IN THE BCC- MS CONTEST. SEE YOU IN 2009.


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LZ9X

...We had a nice BBQ and lots of home made grape brandy and white and red wine made by LZ1DP and LZ1KQ.
73 Marry Xmas and Happy New Year to all VHF friends.

Savi/LZ1UK

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PA0BWL

...It has been fun working with qrp in the contest.
I am busy updating the equipment and will be qrv in upcoming events.

73 Wil

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PA3ECU

I had again a lot of fun in this contest! Itried to be QRV as long as possible, but sometimes I also had to sleep hi! This year I called "CQ 367" most of the time with a fixed antenna direction. I noticed, that either the conDX were worse than last year or the OP´s try to save time,when they cut out the final RRR´s while my QSO´s. At the end I missed a lot of points in my result! Thank you for all the work, that you have with the contest! I will meet you next year again while the BCC MS Contest!

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all!

73 Ruud PA3ECU


statistics:
  2005   2006   2007   2008
  DXCC Teiln   DXCC Teiln   DXCC Teiln.   DXCC Teiln.
  3A 1   9A 1   9A 2   9A 3
  3V8 1   DL 116   DL 98   9H 1
  9A 4   EA 8   EA 8   CN 1
  CT 1   EI 1   EA6 1   DL 120
  DL 94   ES 3   EI 2   EA 5
  EA 4   EW 1   ER 1   EI 4
  EI 2   F 20   ES 3   ER 2
  ER 1   G 16   EU 2   ES 2
  ES 4   GM 1   F 17   EW 3
  F 18   GU 1   G 18   F 20
  G 19   GW 1   GM 3   G 13
  GM 4   HA 13   GW 3   GD 1
  GW 2   I 26   HA 10   GU 1
  HA 14   IS0 2   I 19   GW 1
  HB9 1   IT9 1   IT9 1   HA 10
  I 17   LA 5   LA 3   HB9 2
  IS0 1   LY 1   LY 3   I 21
  LA 3   LZ 15   LZ 17   IS0 1
  LY 2   OE 8   OE 5   LA 4
  LZ 12   OH 18   OH 18   LY 3
  OE 5   OK 30   OH0 1   LZ 11
  OH 22   OM 7   OK 23   OE 6
  OK 17   ON 4   OM 3   OH 14
  OM 3   OZ 11   ON 7   OK 21
  ON 9   PA 32   OY 1   OM 6
  OZ 12   S5 9   OZ 13   ON 11
  PA 39   SM 15   PA 37   OZ 11
  UA 33   SP 16   S5 9   PA 37
  UA9 6   SV 4   SM 10   S5 11
  UA2 1   TA 1   SP 15   SM 6
  UB 8   TK 1   SV 2   SP 20
  S5 8   UA9 4   TK 1   SV 4
  SP 14   UA 32   UA 35   TK 2
  SV 2   UB 10   UA9 4   UA2F 1
  TA 1   YL 5   UB5 9   UA6 48
  YL 2   YO 10   YL 3   UA9 7
  YO 5   YU 8   YO 8   UB 26
  YU 7   Z3 1   YU 15   YL 6
  Z3 1         Z3 1   YO 13
                    YU 12
                Z3 1


Year   DXCC Active Stn
1999   27 159
2000   27 133
2001   23 120
2002   30 243
2003   31 327
2004   37 403
2005   39 401
2006   38 458
2007   39 431
2008   41 492




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