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results/Ergebnisse MS-Contest 2009 03.12.2010
Log DL1MAJ (dl1maj) Im BCC MS Contest 2009 konnte eine weitere Zunahme der aktiven Stationen, vor allem im Osten Europas, verzeichnet werden. Mit Zunahme der Aktivität verteilten sich die QSOs fast gleichmäßig auf den 11., 12. Und 13. Dezember, die Spitze lag an diesen Tagen stets zwischen 20 und 22 Uhr UTC. Aber auch die frühen Morgenstunden sowie der Vormittag wurde häufig für die Verbindungen genutzt. Hier lag das Maximum am 13. Dezember.

HSCW als Betriebsart wurde nur noch in wenigen Fällen  verwendet. Insgesamt wurden 2009 über 540 unterschiedliche Rufzeichen aus 44 DXCC Ländern geloggt, die Fehlerquote lag erfreulich niedrig. Hier noch die Länderbeteiligung und die Entwicklung über die letzten Jahre:

2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DXCC

Teiln.

 

DXCC

Teiln.

 

 

Year

 

DXCC

Active Stn

4L

1

 

LZ

12

 

 

1999

 

27

159

4Z

1

 

OE

5

 

 

2000

 

27

133

9A

3

 

OH

18

 

 

2001

 

23

120

9H

1

 

OK

26

 

 

2002

 

30

243

CN

1

 

OM

6

 

 

2003

 

31

327

DL

130

 

ON

8

 

 

2004

 

37

403

EA

5

 

OY

1

 

 

2005

 

39

401

EI

2

 

OZ

5

 

 

2006

 

38

458

ER

1

 

PA

28

 

 

2007

 

39

431

ES

2

 

S5

14

 

 

2008

 

41

492

EU

2

 

SM

13

 

 

2009

 

44

540

F

20

 

SP

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

G

19

 

SV

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

GI

1

 

TA

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

GM

4

 

TK

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

GW

1

 

UA

69

 

 

 

 

 

 

HA

12

 

UA9

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

HB9

1

 

UB

26

 

 

 

 

 

 

I

29

 

YL

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

IT9

3

 

YO

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

LA

5

 

YU

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

LX

1

 

Z3

1

 

 

 

 

 

 


Und hier nun die Ergebnisse vom MS-Contest 2009:

Multi-Op

Pl.

CALL

QSOs

Points

Pfx

Score

QTH Loc

RIG

1

RU1A

274

814

156

1E+05

KO48VR

1KW 14ele + 4x14ele

2

YU7MS

181

541

117

63297

KN05FG

700W, 2x10,1x10BVO,10ele

3

LA/PA5DD

187

561

102

57222

JP40KS

1KW, 15ele

4

YM3M

72

214

54

11556

KM38WN

100W, 2x DJ9BV

5

9A1CAL

49

150

46

6900

JN86DM

400W, 2x17ele

6

DL0HOF

55

144

45

6480

JO50XG

750W, 2x10ele

7

RZ4HYL

25

75

20

1500

LO42OP

200W,13ele



Single Op

Pl.

CALL

QSOs

Points

Pfx

Score

QTH Loc

RIG

1

OH1XT

149

435

102

44370

KP01UK

600W, 2x 5WL

2

SP4MPB

105

313

86

26918

KO03HT

500W, 4x13ele

3

UT2UB

104

312

81

25272

KO40UO

600W, 10ele

4

LZ2FO/2

103

309

76

23484

KN14KA

500W, 15ele

5

RX1AS

103

292

76

22192

KO59FX

1KW, 4x20ele, 16ele

6

YL2AO

84

250

71

17750

KO16DK

500W, 13ele

7

RA3WDK

75

225

59

13275

KO81BR

800W, 13ele

8

SP6GZZ

68

204

58

11832

JO80FX

200W, 14 ele

9

UR6EC

70

201

53

10653

KN78XM

1KW, 15ele

10

UY9VY

63

189

54

10206

KN68DM

400W, 2x16ele

11

F/PA2CHR

67

199

51

10149

IN99IL

500W, 10ele

12

DL1RNW

63

189

52

9828

JO62GH

300W, 4x10ele

13

UT5ST

57

171

44

7524

KN28IW

300W, 10ele

14

YL3HA

44

132

39

5148

KO26DW

200W, 4x9ele

15

DK5OX

43

125

41

5125

JN59MO

100W, 10ele

16

DL1MAJ

39

117

38

4446

JN68AH

750W, 2x17ele

17

UR3EE

36

108

35

3780

KN88DC

1KW, 15ele

18

LA4YGA

38

114

33

3762

JO39RC

800W, 9ele

19

F6BEG

34

98

32

3136

JN25JS

250W, 2x12ele

20

UT8AL

33

99

30

2970

KO61WP

90W, 20ele

21

LA0BY

32

94

28

2632

JO59FW

250W, 9ele

22

UR4LQ

31

93

27

2511

KO80BC

300W, 12ele

23

I5TWK/8

27

81

27

2187

JN70FS

700W, 18ele

24

US8ZAL

27

81

25

2025

KN66AU

50W, 12ele

25

DJ2QV

27

81

24

1944

JN58UA

600W, 8ele I0JXX

26

OZ1PIF

26

78

24

1872

JO65AN

300W, 17ele

27

LZ1DP

25

75

21

1575

KN22ID

200W, 10ele

28

YO2BBT

23

69

22

1518

KN05WG

300W, 10ele

29

YO5OHY

21

63

21

1323

KN17SP

150W, 16ele

30

RA4NCX

21

63

18

1134

LO49JM

200W, 10ele

31

DL4KUG

30

40

27

1080

JO64PB

100W, 15ele

32

LZ1JH

20

56

19

1064

KN12PQ

100W, 8ele

33

RN4AT

17

51

16

816

LN29LA

1KW, 4x17ele

34

LZ1OA

16

48

15

720

KN22TK

2x12ele,600W

35

RV3YM

15

43

15

645

KO63QQ

1KW, 4x9ele

36

DM5TI

14

42

13

546

JN68FF

50W, 7ele

37

UA6AGK

13

39

12

468

KN96DQ

100W, 9ele

37

DL2RUG

13

39

12

468

JO62OJ

150W, 10ele

37

LZ2ZY

13

39

12

468

KN13OT

100W, 2x 9 ele

40

DK5MB

13

39

11

429

JN68BI

500W, 17ele

41

ON4KHG

12

36

11

396

JO10XO

300W, 12ele

42

RZ6DD

9

27

8

216

LN04MX

75W, 12ele

43

RZ3AAO

8

24

8

192

KO86VA

50W, 3 ele

44

UA9SL

8

24

7

168

LO71NS

800W, 4x12 ele

44

IT9VDQ

8

24

7

168

JM68PD

500W, balcony8JXX2

45

DF8IK

7

19

6

114

JO30JT

600W, 11ele

47

RA4FER

6

18

6

108

LO23NE

100W, 2x2 HB9CV, 2ele Quad

48

LZ5GM

4

12

4

48

KN32QL

100W, 7ele

49

G4BRK

4

12

4

48

IO91HP

50W, 7ele

49

DF0BV

3

9

3

27

JN68AH

180W, 11ele

49

SW1NZX

3

9

3

27

KM17VV

50W, 17ele

49

UE3ISS

3

9

3

27

KO67WU

50W, 19ele

53

RU2FM

2

6

2

12

KO04GQ

100W, 9ele


Teamwork:

RU1A

RU1A, Alex + RU1AC, Alexey

YU7MS

YT7AC, Stanko, YU7KB, Branislav,YU7MS, Miska, YU7ON, Zoran, YU7PAA, Ilija

LA/PA5DD

PA5DD, Uffe, OZ2M, Bo

YM3M

LZ1ZX, Dimitar, LZ1GHT, George, LZ1KQ, Krassimir, LZ1OB, Bogdan

9A1CAL

9A4RJ, Pepi, 9A5RJ, Joza, 9A5AVW, Vlatko, 9A1CAL, Zvonko

DL0HOF

DL9NDW, Harald, DD2SR, Stefan, DL2GX, Kurt

RZ4HYL

RA4HT, Alex, RU4HY, Vlad, RA4HGN, Serge


Checklogs:

DL8EBW

DR5O

LZ1AG

RF3T

SP6NVN

SW4LRJ/2

UA3RAW

YL2GDA


comments:

IT9VDQ:

Back to Sicily again from Sardinia first days of october, still no antennas on my roof; but it is impossible for me do not partecipate to the BCC Geminids Contest,so put my 8JXX2 antenna inside balcony and was active in the peack. Few qso, butalways very funny!

LA/PA5DD

Another fun trip and this time we were three operators allowing for a bigger effort. This year we were also active on 50 MHz and 70 MHz. The latter was a new band in Norway in November 2009. We managed to work 53 QSOs mainly on MS and also work 11 Most Wanted Contest points www.rudius.net/mwd/contest.php
On 144 MHz we made our best result ever despite a slower start then usual. Furthermore were we subject to the volatile automated fuses in the cabin. Time after time we have to reset them. On 12 at 2040 UTC the mains supply to the cabin was lost. At first we thought it was a fuse on the external high voltage line. Fortunately we managed to locate an automated fuse placed on the outside of the cabin. Some 20 minutes we were back on air. In total we made 18 Most Wanted Contest points.
During daytime we were skiing in Hemsedal that was recently chosen as the number one alpine skiing location in Norway. OK it is not the Alps but why not combine both radio and skiing?
So after another successful 2009 trip where should we go in 2010? Please help us in the planning by telling what squares and DXCCs you would like to work. Do this at VUSHF DX-peditions Most Wanted DX www.rudius.net/mwd/update.php
You can see more from the trip at on our homepages
PA5DD: home.hccnet.nl/uffe.noucha/exped/jp40ks.htm
OZ2M: www.rudius.net/oz2m

US8ZAL

Thank for contest! It is my first MS contest. I have learn work after half of contest, hi!
Merry Christmas!
73! US8ZAL
Vladimir

F/PA2CHR

Had a nice time running this contest from a summer holiday house in Normandy. The QTH was at sea level, but takeoff was very good to N/E and E. There was a DX-cluster announcement from RA3WDK that he received a burst: 140/2 from me at 2631 km! I decided to go to the IN99 square because it was wanted by > 40% of the stations and I hope I was able to work a lot of them. A bit strange: I just worked a few stations from the Scandinavian region¡­¡­. OH and SM station produced good signals at my QTH. When taking down the antenna after the contest the owner of the house told me that I produced 'nice TVI' all over the weekend; also at the neighbours: I was very glad they did not complain earlier!

CU all next year, best 73's,

Chris Ploeger, PA2CHR

F6BEG

There was good activity, but difficult to work stations over 1800 km. The peak was shorter than last year and around 05 UTC on 14 December as expected, but lasted around 30 minutes only. It seems, that more and more stations are active in Russia and Ukraine and many antennas are beaming east and north-east, not good for F- stations!

73, Ger¨¢rd

9A1CAL

Unfortunately we were unable to cover full contest time. Lot of wx problems, snow & ice on antenna, especially last contest day when we had difficulties even to reach location. Activity from G, DL and some other countries was lower as expected.

Merry Xmas & HNY de Zvonko

¡¡

YM3M

Dear friends,

Thank you for the realized QSO.
Unfortunately, we didn¡¯t manage to realize our initial plans because of some problems that occurred in the supply which made us work with 100W only (transceiver). I hope we can organize an expedition the next year, an expedition with which we can make those, who couldn¡¯t realize QSO with us, glad.

73! LZ1KQ

DL8EBW / OP of DR5O JO31NF:

Hallo dear MS friends,
thanks for all the nice MS activity during the past GEMINIDS MS Shower. I was on with DR5O Call for some hours but most of time was used (together with team member IV3NDC) to update the MMMonVHF MS-Prop. Page http://www.mmmonvhf.de/ms.php
We was able to setup an up to date MS Square OVERVIEW during these METEOR SHOWER and pass comments who was where qrv. In detail please do check:
http://www.mmmonvhf.de/upload-news/DL8EBW/STORY/OVERVIEWGEMINIDS2009.pdf
In case of any further activities you will be very welcome to
use the VHF-DX-Portal MMMonVHF ( http://www.mmmonvhf.de/ )
We do wish you and your families a very good new year 2010
and hope to meet you where ever we or you will be qrv!
73 de Guy DL8EBW
TEAM of MMMonVHF

I5TWK/8

Hi BCC guys!
Here a good WX accompanying Geminids shower this year. Low noise and good sigs specially from East.
Peak as predicted. Heard some other guys but didn¡¯t worked them as they mainly pointing toward UA-SV-YM3M special call and so on.. Worked also three more stations by sked, so they are not in the above log.
Definitely my WWloc is dead, think no more interest in it. I think next year will attempt to activate some less used locator and hope to be more listened on my frequency from interested square hunters.
That¡¯s all folk, thanks and compliments for your organization efforts.

Best wishes for an happy new year 2010.

73¡¯s de Carlo I5TWK/8

YL2AO

Tnx for the nice contest!
Happy New Year!
73! Juris YL2AO

RU1A

The activity was as good as last year.Our result turned out to be lower,as after few ours we lost two LNA's ,new chinese connectors in commutator was to blame.,and we had to work with one antenna. We used wideband receiver for some first hours,which got signals from two antennas with LNA's. We were very pleased it's operation. BCC contest we like very much, maybe much better than EME contests now,especially Alexey, and hope the europeans like it too.
The peak of the shower was in the evening December 13.

Alex RU1AA, Alexey RU1AC



G4BRK

... Not a big score, but hard to do random MS with QRP from a poor QTH!

73, Neil




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