144 MHz Meteorscatter Sprint Contest 2015
FINAL LIST OF RECEIVED LOGS
The 2015 edition of the "144 MHz Meteorscatter Sprint Contest 2015" was held from August 12, 2015, 04:00 GMT until August 14, 2015, 23:59 GMT. Sofar, the following logs have been received:
Class 1: QRP (ERP < 1500 Watts)
Class 2: QRO (ERP > 1500 Watts)
It was very much fun for me and I took holidays for the Perseids and I wanted to make as many QSOs as possible. I liked the activity and called myself many times CQ on 370 and was pleased that a lot of stations answered on my CQ.
I am very happy about working ZB2 first time for me on 144Mhz.
During my CQ-Calls (of course with splitted RX) I found out, that you can run WSJT twice. So I was able to monitor the 370 and my split QRG at once. This increased my effectiveness of QSOs worked.
RU1A (Alex,RU1AA; Serge,RU1AF)
Sorry, we could not work during the night 12/13 due strong thunderstorm.Strong QRM was few hours before and after this thunderstorm and we sorry, if we could not received any stations, called us.
MS Perseides 144MHz expeditionto the rare Poland (KO13, KO14 ) and Lithuanian (KO23) square.
Team: Slávek OK1CU, Pavel OK1MU, Standa OK1CID, Jindra OK1NOR, Olda OK1UGP and Jan OK2ZAW.
It is the fourth time when the members ofOL7M contest team went to MS dxp and this year wevisited rare squares in northeastern Poland and southwest Latvia.
During this trip we run over 2100km bytwo cars. We started QRV 2 days as SP/OK1MU fromKO13NX square. There were made on 144 MHz 102 MS+ 3 EME QSOs and on 50 MHz 51 Es QSOs. Than we moved exactly few meters to KO14NA as SP/OK1CID for just short 14 hours QRV and made others 50 MS QSO. Subsequently, we moved from Poland to Lithuania to our main objective square from this year, which was KO23BX. For the nex 3 days we loged 213 MS + 6 EME QSO under LY/OK2ZAW and LY/OK1CU call.
Totaly made on 144 MHz 365 MS QSO and 9 EME QSO with the only 11 el. YAGI and 450W PA, TRX IC-746PRO.
Thanks for ALL QSOs and see you on Perseides 2016 !
More info and pictures :
Did not make so many contacts this time. I was hunting for new squares but this starts to become challenging as it often involves long distance and/or stations using low power. I had a couple of unsuccessful trials when I was in JO59IX. Not sure I was QRV during the peak, reflections never lived up to usual “Perseid style”. Was lucky to complete with IW7DEC Roberto over 2123km, quite a long distance for medium power. Nice and unusual QSO also with TF3CY Benedict who produced big reflections over 1742km. Thanks for all contacts!
Victor, LZ1NY, was active near Sofia in KN12OP. The team was visited by Bulgarian "Nova TV" and they made short broadcoastvideo dedicated to Perseids and radio-amateurs.
The video can be found on this URL: http://vbox7.com/play:39b6fd92dd&start=0
Like every year the fun is not missed ! Thank you for all the fun .Thanks to my friends IZ7EYA and IU7BPO for their valuable support.