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Straight Key Sprint Europe, 6 Oct 2011

The sixth SKSE edition

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Overall results

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sDXCC'sS/T/C/MBonusScore
Gold 1HA8KWFeco3447THUN30180/11/5/750732
Silver 2EA3NOLluis6653TESP30140/11/3/1175631
BonusF5DEBernard6247TFRA29170/7/4/100593
Bronze 3PA2PCHAd5217NED26130/11/3/350516
4W5ZRBert2931TLA25120/6/4/130393
5F6FWFJean8080FRA15150/10/2/30338
6LW3EXWalt3804TARG16110/9/2/525306
7UU1CCAndy3072CUKR1790/5/4/450277
8YU7DZZdravko7983SRB1390/8/3/150263
9M0TRNThomas7344CENG1890/8/2/60258
10PA1FOXAlex8265NED13100/5/2/250242
11OE3WYCWilly8326AUT1170/8/2/050217
122E0JCYJohn3605CENG11110/5/3/325214
13S52CCVince5011TSLO11100/4/3/325193
14WA5AFDGERALD8150OK1260/8/1/325185
15OH7QRErkki6379CFIN1370/3/2/825164
16W1LICWes1142TME1050/5/2/325138
16EA3VNEnric7933ESP760/4/1/150138
18KD2JCJoe710TNJ1070/3/2/50115
19YO3FVRCatalin5909BUCHAREST440/3/0/12572
20IV3KCBAndrej5637ITA440/1/2/12562
21SA5ACNJoakim7592SWE330/2/1/02559
22N3EINMatt6742TPA650/2/1/3058
23K1NVJon2609TCA530/4/0/1056
24WB2UWUFinn1708NY330/2/0/12555
25VA3AMXEric8253ON540/2/1/2047
26W0SZVEldon4999TMO420/3/0/1039
27PA3CLQJan2765NED430/2/1/0037
28PI4RAGJan5624NED330/2/1/0034
28PI4OTCJan5315NED330/2/1/0034
30KK7YJJim2728TMT210/2/0/0022
31W4FOATony641TGA220/0/0/206
32AF2ZDrew2082TNJ110/0/0/102

Results for QRP - 5 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sDXCC'sS/T/C/MBonusScore
Gold 1YO3FVRCatalin5909BUCHAREST440/3/0/12572
Silver 2WB2UWUFinn1708NY330/2/0/12555
Bronze 3VA3AMXEric8253ON540/2/1/2047

Results for QRO - 100 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sDXCC'sS/T/C/MBonusScore
Gold 1HA8KWFeco3447THUN30180/11/5/750732
Silver 2EA3NOLluis6653TESP30140/11/3/1175631
BonusF5DEBernard6247TFRA29170/7/4/100593
Bronze 3PA2PCHAd5217NED26130/11/3/350516
4F6FWFJean8080FRA15150/10/2/30338
5LW3EXWalt3804TARG16110/9/2/525306
6UU1CCAndy3072CUKR1790/5/4/450277
7YU7DZZdravko7983SRB1390/8/3/150263
8PA1FOXAlex8265NED13100/5/2/250242
9OE3WYCWilly8326AUT1170/8/2/050217
102E0JCYJohn3605CENG11110/5/3/325214
11S52CCVince5011TSLO11100/4/3/325193
12WA5AFDGERALD8150OK1260/8/1/325185
13OH7QRErkki6379CFIN1370/3/2/825164
14EA3VNEnric7933ESP760/4/1/150138
14W1LICWes1142TME1050/5/2/325138
16KD2JCJoe710TNJ1070/3/2/50115
17IV3KCBAndrej5637ITA440/1/2/12562
18SA5ACNJoakim7592SWE330/2/1/02559
19N3EINMatt6742TPA650/2/1/3058
20K1NVJon2609TCA530/4/0/1056
21W0SZVEldon4999TMO420/3/0/1039
22PA3CLQJan2765NED430/2/1/0037
23PI4OTCJan5315NED330/2/1/0034
23PI4RAGJan5624NED330/2/1/0034
25KK7YJJim2728TMT210/2/0/0022
26W4FOATony641TGA220/0/0/206
27AF2ZDrew2082TNJ110/0/0/102

Results for QRO - Greater than 100 watts

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sDXCC'sS/T/C/MBonusScore
Gold 1W5ZRBert2931TLA25120/6/4/130393
Silver 2M0TRNThomas7344CENG1890/8/2/60258

Results for SWL

No entries received in this category.

Breakdown by QTH

QTH's ranked by total score

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1FRA2449312NED549863
3ESP2377694HUN130732
5ENG2294726LA125393
7ARG1163068UKR117277
9SRB11326310AUT111217
11SLO11119312OK112185
13FIN11316414ME110138
15NJ21111716BUCHAREST1472
17ITA146218SWE1359
19PA165820CA1556
21NY135522ON1547
23MO143924MT1222
25GA126

QTH's ranked by number of entries

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1NED5498632ENG229472
3ESP2377694NJ211117
5FRA2449316MT1222
7SLO1111938HUN130732
9OK11218510NY1355
11GA12612UKR117277
13CA155614FIN113164
15SRB11326316SWE1359
17ME11013818ON1547
19MO143920AUT111217
21ARG11630622BUCHAREST1472
23PA165824ITA1462
25LA125393

Participants ordered by callsign

2E0JCY, AF2Z, EA3NO, EA3VN, F5DE, F6FWF, HA8KW, IV3KCB, K1NV, KD2JC, KK7YJ, LW3EX, M0TRN, N3EIN, OE3WYC, OH7QR, PA1FOX, PA2PCH, PA3CLQ, PI4OTC, PI4RAG, S52CC, SA5ACN, UU1CC, VA3AMX, W0SZV, W1LIC, W4FOA, W5ZR, WA5AFD, WB2UWU, YO3FVR, YU7DZ

Soapbox


From GERALD WA5AFD, SKCC #8150

Thanks to all! Enjoyed the sprint although DX was difficult to hear. Had better success on 20 meters but also tried 10 and 15 using 100 watts to a 3 element yagi. Thanks to F5DE for the extra effort to hear my weak signals and look forward to hearing everyone on again during the future sprints. 73, Gerald WA5AFD

From Alex PA1FOX, SKCC #8265

Upper band conditions were fine this time. Despite my small wire antenna (13 meters) I worked quite a lot of stations this time. Thanx for the fun!

From Eldon W0SZV, SKCC #4999T

Rough going but did manage to get Argintina, Hungary, NJ and WA. Not too bad for 2pm local time

From Bert W5ZR, SKCC #2931T

15 Meters was great for most of the first hour, then it just died. 20M was very noisy. Heard no one on 40M. It is the middle of the afternoon here so no sigs on 80M.

All in all it was a fun sprint with a lot of searching.

Thanks to all who heard me. 73 Bert


From Andy UU1CC, SKCC #3072C

My first SKCC Sprint after the long delay and my very first SKSE ever. I'm glad to return, for sure :)

From Matt N3EIN, SKCC #6742T

Good signals on 20 meters from Jean, Thomas, Lluis and Ad today in PA. See you later on the WES!

Matt-N3EIN Ten-Tec C21/G5RV Lite/SKCC Key


From Joe KD2JC, SKCC #710T

Good propagation. 20 was the band. Thanks to all that worked me. 73

From Feco HA8KW, SKCC #3447T

I had vy noisy bands but managed to contact a couple of SKCC members. I have never heard YO3FVR yet but this evening a stable 579 could be sent him! Sometimes condx came up so that even west coast US could be heard on 15m and 20m. Suddenly WL7WH appeared with 599! QSO was OK! Nice surprise was VK4TJ in the end of sprint on 20m!

TNX for everyone for participation!

73! Feco HA8KW #3447T


From Jon K1NV, SKCC #2609T

This was my first try with the DX version of SKS. I am limited with a 5-BTV trap vertical clamped to a chain link fence which is a lot like running QRP when trying to work DX. 10M and 15M were the only bands on which contacts were made. The 20M band seemed relatively dead although WL7WH was very busy working DX there.

Thanks to Walt, LW3EX, for enlivening 10M. Stan, ZL2BLQ, provided a memorable QSO with "319" reports both ways. He also operated as club station ZL2SWR (4465T) but I didn't count that as a separate QSO since I couldn't find anything specific in the rules concerning this.

I hope to have better antennas for upcoming sprints.


From Finn WB2UWU, SKCC #1708

Thanks to Thomas who managed to copy my QRP signal and thanks

to Bernard who answered my call one minute before the end of

the sprint. Great fun. 73 and thanks to all who keeps the bands alive with CW.


From Drew AF2Z, SKCC #2082T

No time; lucky to squeeze in one QSO-- thanks Jean F6FWF!

From Eric VA3AMX, SKCC #8253

My first SKSE - Band was noisy and my signals were not getting so far. I heard OE, UU, HA, SM and other countries but no luck to have them on my log. So far, was fun and entertaining afternoon here in Ottawa. 72's Eric

From Erkki OH7QR, SKCC #6379C

Thanks for qso's, hope cuagn sn 73 de Erkki

From Ad PA2PCH, SKCC #5217

rather good dx such as AK and Argentina

From Wes W1LIC, SKCC #1142T

Always nice to work some stations for the first time. Some operators seem to need training on proper operation. If I have answered someone's CQ, when our contact is finished, it is HIS frequency, not mine. No matter how many times YOU call me on HIS frequency, I will NOT answer you. The same SKCC station did it three times during this SKSE. You know who you are.

From Bernard F5DE, SKCC #6247T

A great pleasure, as usual, to be active for this SKSE.

I was glad to give bonus points to 21 different stations:

PA2PCH (2 bands), HA8KW (2 bands), YU7DZ, UU1CC (2 bands), EA3NO (3 bands), PA1FOX (2 bands), S52CC, IV3KCB, EA3VN (2 bands), YO3FVR, LW3EX, OE3WYC (2 bands), VE3CWU, GM3ZDH, SA5ACN, OH7QR, 2E0JCY, W1LIC, VK4TJ, WA5AFD and WB2UWU just in time before 21:00 UTC !

Three keys were used, depending on the correspondant CW speed : a German Baumuster Straight Key, a Lionel J-36 and a Vibroplex Original bug keys.

Running here was about 60 Watts into a multiband GP antenna.

A big thank you everybody for giving me a pleasant two hours SKCC traffic.

Now I look forward meeting you again for the WES coming next Sunday the 9th !

73 and good luck to all !

Bernard.


From Lluis EA3NO, SKCC #6653T

Sorry, an error in the program I''m using ZR SKCC Sprinter, manually recalculate.

the program gives an error in the final calculation of the multipliers


From Willy OE3WYC, SKCC #8326

20m was a bit rough today. So I tried 80m and was lucky to work our bonus station also here. 73 willy

From Enric EA3VN, SKCC #7933

A fun sprint, and good practice for my fist ( maybe not for your ears, sri ). Thanks to all. 73 es dx, Enric

From Thomas M0TRN, SKCC #7344C

Another nice SKSE! Thanks to everyone I worked, especially Finn WB2UWU for great QRP DX, and sorry to K1CYQ for a busted QSO, I lost your QRP signal completely when an Italian station started calling CQ within 100Hz of our QSO :(

Overall better conditions than last time, but still hope it picks up!

Many thanks to Feco HA8KW for doing an excellent job as deputy sprint manager for this month, and to Bernard F5DE for being a great bonus station!


From Zdravko YU7DZ, SKCC #7983

Hello, maybe be better but QUAD is broken.

73 for all. YU7DZ, Zdravko.

YU7DZ's soapbox image


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