MMMonVHF and DUBUS 144 MHz Meteorscatter-Sprint Contest (World Wide)

 

 

144 MHz Meteorscatter Sprint Contest 2014

Final results

 

The 2014 edition of the "144 MHz Meteorscatter Sprint Contest 2014" was held from August 12, 2014, 00:00 GMT until August 13, 2014, 23:59 GMT. The final results for this contest are as follows:

 

Class 1: QRP (ERP < 1500 Watts)

 

Rank Call Locator

Claimed

QSO

Claimed

Score

Error

QSO

Final Score
01  RW3XR KO73FU 87 117455 6 117863
02  RM1A KO59BU 57

89891

7 90235
03  LY2BUU KO15XU 34 44069 1 44025
04  UT3UX KO50HJ 29 36625 5 36859
05  YL2DA KO06MM 17 21274 2 21220
06  RK1AS KP40UE 12 20022 4 19875
07  OZ6GH JO65BM 18 18777 1 18771
08  EA1HRR IN83JJ 12 16903 0 16903
09  F5GXX IN95LP 13 15115 2 15129
10  DH6DAO JO41CN 12 14255 0 14255
11  IW7DEC JN81GF 10 13689 1 13578
12  RA1WZ/P KO57AS 9 13184 0 13184
13  YL2IV KO06OL 10 12232 4 12161
14  UR6EM KN67RV 7 10314 0 10314
15  DR50RRDXA JO41CN 2 1357 0 1357

 

Class 2: QRO (ERP > 1500 Watts)

 

Rank Call Locator

Claimed

QSO

Claimed

Score

Error

QSO

Final

Score

01  RU1MS  KO48VR  159  230082  20  228848
02  LY8O  KO24FO  113  147552  7  147988
03  UR7D  KN18EO  115  136706  12  136643
04  HB9FAP  JN47PH  102  134235  3  134283
05  YL2AO  KO16DK  97  130088  2  130175
06  LA0BY  JN59FW-FX  35  48681  1  48176
07  LY2SA  KO24UG  34  45847  3  45863
08  UT2UB  KO50HC  33  44419  7  44348
09  YL2PJ  KO36QM  26  35517  1  35443
10  PA4VHF  JO32JE  25  34222  1  34134
11  PA3FYC  JO31AF  26  32223  3  32279
12  PA3AIW  JO21RX  18  23348  3  23333
13  LZ5GM  KN32RM  16  23022  4  22961
14  LZ1VPV  KN22TK  12  17044  4  17007
15  OE1ILW/3  JN77TX  14  16470  2  16355
16  YO2BBT  KN05UK  14  15250  2  15250
17  F8GGD  IN95UQ  9  14574  0  14574
18  UT6EN  KN67RW  9  14300  1  14300
19  LZ1DP  KN22TK  8  9039  1  9072
20  UR3GS  KN66QR  3  4331  0  4331
21  LZ3V  KN12PQ  2  1408  1  2816

 

As contestmanager for the 2014 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

 

On december 7th, between 07.00 UTC and 08.00 UTC, the award for each participant has been sended to the E-mailadress from which the log has been sended. In case you did not receive your award with 24 hrs, please notify the awardmanager and the award will be sended again. Be aware you have at least 4.5 mB free space in your mailbox.

 

 

 

SOAPBOX

 

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HB9FAP

I hope that you enjoyed the perseids 2014 as we did. We have had a lot of fun. Despite what almost every year many say... my opinion is that '14 perseids were fine. There were at least 2 peaks in the night from tuesday to wednesday were it was clearly easier to work stations with quite small RIGs and many qsos were really very easy and fast.
We have been quite surprised to see in the statistics, at the end of the contest, that 8 stations >2000 km and 3>2100 were logged. As always the QSO with Peter SM2CEW is an "quite easy one" at the distance of 2186 km... it is really amazing what can be heard in JN47 from Peter via MS! Also this time he suprised me with a >20 seconds burst. I am wondering if the activity this year was growing compared to the past years, it seems to me that in the most countries the MS digital activity is still growing.
I'd like to thank HB9CAT Marco and HB9EFK Nick to be part of my team, originally it was supposed that I would be alone, but more or less in the last second they could join me for at least part of the contest.
Vy 73s es CU next year!
HB9FAP - Fabio

 

EA1HRR

EA1HRR

 

EA1HRR_2

EA1HRR_3

 

PA4VHF

For the first time since years I was seriously active in MS on 144MHz in FSK441 mode.       
I had to re-learn a lot, like frequency errors, equipement drifting and procedures.       
I also learned that 2000km+ QSO's is not only a 4-yagi thing, even with single yagi and modest power at both sides these qso's turned out to be possible.       
Of course several new squares and very pleased about the good activety from UA, UB, LY, YL, but missed the Scandinavians and SE Europe. 

 

UR7D

In first time started in MS-SPRINT. Time-to-time static storm killed MS reflection. Very good activity from DL,G,PA.   

 

 

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