144 MHz Meteorscatter Sprint Contest 2016
Received logs (last update: Sep. 15th 2016, 23:59:59 GMT) Any logs submitted after this last update will be considered as checklog. Deadline to send logs is closed.
Class 1: QRP (ERP < 1500 Watts)
Class 2: QRO (ERP > 1500 Watts)
SF3NR (see pictures in the soapbox)
UT2UB (see pictures in the soapbox)
YT1X (see picture in soapbox)
The 2016 edition of the "144 MHz Meteorscatter Sprint Contest" was held from August 11, 2016, 22:00 GMT until August 13, 2016, 21:59:59 GMT. The final results for this contest are as follows:
|Class 1: QRP (ERP < 1500 Watts)|
|Class 2: QRO (ERP > 1500 Watts)|
As contestmanager for the 2016 edition of the "144 MHz Meteorscatter Sprint Contest" I certify that the results above are thrue and correct to my best knowledge and belief.
Frank Veldhuijsen, PA4EME
Awards will be send to the participants between Dec. 7th and Dec. 9th. If a participant did not receive an award after Dec 9th, please notify the contestmanager.
Here comes the SF3NR group contest log with some pictures.
The main priority was to activate JP92 from a great qth wich was at SM3LIC land
as it is private area also the hill topp where SK3MF is located on are on a private fenced area wich clearly is meaning private region.
The idea to activate JP92 came as I have seen how many have tried to do as /p and landed on a camping site low terrain below somethin , yeah abit of mission impossible..
1 year ago I planted a idea why not to get over and do the ms sprint from JP92fw but I wanted green light from both of SM3LIC and SM3UZS that we wanted to do and lukely I knew thrue my father OH6PA SM3LIC/Hans so I asked kindly if it was possible and yes it was a go.. then as we got industry holidays in july/august shift it fitted perfectly to do it, while the idea started to grow all went in as a train , the beast at place we heard was in good shape and ready to go. then came the Bonus.. OH6ZZ/Jussi wanted to do join on aswell and this time without his own radio gears, what a bonus it went SM3VAC /Magnus came along too and wanted to run even if he had QRL but that fitted in well ,so 3 operators did do the thing of it, this operation wouldnt been possible from a such great QTH and setup if we would not have had help from Hans and Johan..
We made total qso then I count started MS and EME qso also some double and NC almost 250 MS qsos and 9 EME ,
this tripp I hope also gave some boost to local SM3:s which visited that MS qso can be done even if its big or small setup..
TNX goes to following:
SM3LIC and SM3UZS enginering and club(SK3MF) staff
OH6PA with the supplying co organizer
OH6ZZ OH VUSHF Manager
SM3VAC Magnus great fellow and hopefully we will hear him from JP82 soon
SM3RIU Stefan awell did get the bug and will make JP93 on
SM3RAB Ulf will shurely pop on some above mentioned loc :-)
following info if its missing had a struggle as its not a standard log setup
operators oh6zz, oh6ktl,sm3vac
station f736r mgf 1302 homebreuw preamp
amplifier 2 x 3cx1000a7 in pararell...
antennas 6 x 15 cuedee
qth Vallenvagen 43
SE 870 30 NORDINGRA
qsl Manager OH6PA/Ben Found on Buckmaster or Hamcall
regards o OH6KTL/Lasse
Pictures by OH6PA
SF3NR, 200 meter ASL seaview
SF3NR antenna park
OH6KTL, SM3UZS and SM3LIC
OH6PA, OH6ZZ and OH6KTL
SM3RIU, OH6ZZ and SM3VAC
SM3RIU, OH6PA and SM3VAC
SM3UZS and SM3LIC
SM3UZS and SM3VAC
Thanks for all QSO's and see you in 2017!
We dedicated this activity in memoriam of my wife XYL Ceci/LZ2CI (SK at age 50).
A special callsign LZ0C was issued to me.
We spent a week in the mauntines but we had to QRT during the maximum of the meteors because of terrible weather/rain and wind/ and high static noise.
CU you all next year.
On behalf of LZ0C/LZ9X team - Krassi/LZ1KQ
Great activity and a lot of fun during this dx-pedition in C3. As you know, the radio MS-activity wasn't only on 144MHz, but also on 70MHz and 50MHz. So we had to be very busy.
Mni tks to all staton's who did work us or who did follow us as SWL.
This year again I participated /p , operating from nice place in mountain Lyulin, and very close (less than 10km) from home.
Working outdoors gives opportunity to combine contest participation, visual monitoring the Perseids shower....
I invited many friends to join me even for a short time, but to get acquainted with MS activities. Thanks for all who visited contest site - more than 15 people!
So we spent a pleasant night under the stars in spite of technical problems with power generator and ( relatively ) low temperatures.
Here you can find my photo album with pictures: