CQWW CW e SSB CONTEST 2016 - Risultati e diplomi soci ARIPG

Report by I0ZUT: 

Dell'eccezionale risultato di IZ0DXD, nel contest SSB 2016, eravamo stati informati dallo stesso autore al quale rinnoviamo i complimenti per aver raggiunto il successo in una categoria difficile e soprattutto impegnandosi al massimo, operando ben 44 ore delle 48 della durata del contest. Sia in SSB che in CW ci sono stati altri radioamatori che si sono impegnati in questi eventi, considerati i più importanti dell'anno, chi con più chi con meno fortuna, anche in base alle attrezzature disponibili, al tempo, ecc. Comunque l'importante è partecipare anche in queste occasioni che richiamano oltre 30.000 radioamatori da tutto il mondo. Per la Sezione ARI di Perugia i nominativi attivi sono più o meno sempre gli stessi, con un paio di piacevoli novità: IK0PUL e IW0QO. E' la prima volta che li troviamo nelle classifiche del CQWW.  In CW non ci sono stati grandi risultati di classifica ma alcune stazioni hanno collegato oltre 100 paesi DXCC (IK0FUX, IK0XBX, IK0YUT). 

Di seguito, i dati pubblicati dal sito CQWW http://cqww.com/scoresph.htm


CQWW  SSB 2016 

             Classifica    Categoria    qso     score     ore operaz   cty  dxcc * 

IZ0DXD    1° di 27     soab ass lp    829    390906          44              93 

IK0XBX   14° di 33     soab ass hp   267    126910          6,9             85 

IK0FUX   15° di 33     soab ass hp   202      77408          9,2             77 

IK0YUT   24° di 33     soab ass hp   128      23433          2,2             36 

IW0SAF  29° di 33     soab ass hp   103       8280           2,5             34 

IW0QO    3°  di  4      sb 40 ass hp  119     11480           5,2             59 

IK0EFR(J42T) 1° unico Grecia  multiop.      5730 qso       48             165 


CQWW  CW 2016 

             Classifica    Categoria    qso     score     ore operaz   cty  dxcc * 

IK0FUX     5°  di 8    sb 40 ass hp    498        115736          22,7       113 

IK0XBX    12°di 21    soab  ass hp    267       157132           7,9         108 

IK0EFR    1° di  3     sb 21 ass hp    199         43359           10,9         70 

IK0UTM    2° di  3    sb 21 ass hp      13            481            0,5           7 

IK0PUL    1° di  2     sb 21        lp      58          8804            3,9          45 

IK0YUT  11°di  21    soab ass  hp     496       166830           14,9        98 

I0ZUT      4°di  37  soab non ass lp   583       246170            21          83  

I0UZF (IO5O)  2° di 2  multiop         4979     7594860           48         162 


* i cty dxcc sono conteggiati solo in una banda.

73 a tutti de Giampiero I0ZUT

Ricevitore SDR ARI PG


Previsioni Meteo Umbria


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