IAC 144Mhz 2015-2016

Negli ultimi mesi, ogni primo martedì del mese, puntuali, ci siamo ritrovati dalle 21.00 alle 23.00, orario locale, presso il container di Agello per passare un paio d’ore in compagnia, davanti alla radio accesa in VHF a chiacchierare amabilmente fra amici sgranocchiando sempre qualcosa di buono...; la partecipazione al contest IAC VHF è solo una scusa per trascorrere un po’ di tempo insieme, ma anche i risultati, alla fine, hanno un loro valore.

Sul sito www.ari.it sono stati pubblicati i risultati dello IAC 2015, ovviamente la nostra sezione non ha ottenuto risultati di alta classifica, abbiamo iniziato molto tardi e con uno spirito ben diverso da quello della competizione, ma non siamo ultimi HI.  I risultati completi sono visibili all’indirizzo: http://www.ari.it/images/stories/VHF2015/2015_IAC_Annuale_144.pdf 

Di seguito i risultati ottenuti dal nostro gruppo (composto anche da amici non soci ARI):

63° posto per IK0XBX                    9 partecipazioni su 12 mesi         20.398 Km 

129° posto per IQ0PG                   3 partecipazioni su 12 mesi         6.846 Km 

178° posto per IK0YUT                  1 partecipazione su 12 mesi       1.554 Km 

179° posto per IZ0MQN               1 partecipazione su 12 mesi       1.554 Km 

187° posto per IK0PUL                  1 partecipazione su 12 mesi       1.017 Km 

188° posto per IZ0DXD                  1 partecipazione su 12 mesi       1.017 Km 

204° posto per I0KWX                   1 partecipazione su 12 mesi       177 Km 

La sezione ARI di Perugia, con una sola partecipazione su 12 mesi (per partecipare come sezione occorre inviare almeno 3 log ogni mese), si piazza al penultimo posto in classifica, 11° posto,... con ottimi margini di miglioramento per il 2016 !!! Non mancheremo a nessun appuntamento, saremo presenti sia come IQ0PG sia con i nostri call individuali, tutti i mesi, per passare tempo con veri amici e per divertirsi in radio ! 

Gli appuntamenti per il 2016 saranno: 

2 febbraio – 1° marzo – 5 aprile – 3 maggio – 7 giugno – 5 luglio – 2 agosto – 6 settembre – 4 ottobre – 1 novembre – 6 dicembre 

Volta per volta concorderemo luogo, orario e menù della serata, magari in estate si potrebbe organizzare qualche grigliata all’aperto con operazioni in quota.

Per il prossimo appuntamento del 2 febbraio, considerando il periodo carnevalizio, non sarebbe una cattiva idea farci fare compagnia da frappe, strufoli e brighelle … l’antenna ad Agello è sempre con il rotore scollegato, se le condizioni meteo non saranno buone potremmo anche valutare le operazioni dalla Sezione, con i limiti orografici della zona che ci condizioneranno sicuramente nelle direzioni migliori. 

Grazie a tutti ed a presto, per continuare l’avventura !!  Francesco IK0XBX

 

 

 

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