I enjoyed the competition. From my point of view the maximum was not as intended.
It's amazing how many colleagues heard me, but didn't respond to my CQ.
It is also noticeable that many people do not know the MS working procedure.
Congratulations to the winners and I wish everyone good health.
73 de Bane YU7KB - KN04ax
Thank you for organising such a nice contest!
I hope to have more time to compete next year.
73 and see you next year
Here you can find all photos during the event: https://photos.app.goo.gl/t1UUr4GXUyKqTRim7
As usual the accent is - to promote ham radio, contesting and particular MS...among young and older friends!
Thanks for your work
73 and greetings from Victor and the whole team
It was disturbing that many close stations called, in direct mode. It is always disturbing but during the meteor scatter activity even more.
Those who called me through tropo I did not want to listen to I answered to the others to make the frequency clearer.
I do not understand, this mode was invented for the MS connections and the used frequency as well. There are other mode for traditional
connections (cw, ssb …) and a lot of free frequency.
Others did not like either.
This year from home QTH only with QSO#s above 1500km
Thank you for the processing of the logs.
Best 73's, Horst DF9PX
In 2023 the Perseids (007 PER) will be active from July 17-August 24; maximum on Sunday August 13, 07.00 UTC to 14.00 UTC. The "traditional" broad maximum will be that Sunday August 13, 02.00 UTC to 21.00 UTC. The Perseids produced strong activity throughout the 1990's and enhanced activity in 2016 due to passages through seperated dust trails. A fillament crossing occured on August 123, 2018, around 20.00 UTC. High activy after the main peak was reported during recent returns as on August 14, 2021, with a sharp increase delayed by 1.5 days of the predicted maximum and 0.7 days later than 2018 and 2020.
On August 14, 2023 between 01.00 and 02.45 UTC Earth will pass an old trail of dust released in 68 BC (Vaubaillon, 2022).
The timeframe of the 2023 edition of the contest will be choosen to take advantage of the enhanced periods and the available free time of participants during the weekend. For now it is sheduled for Saturday August 12th, 2023, 04.00 UTC until Monday August 14th, 2023, 03.59 UTC.
Detailed information about meteorshowers can be found on the website of the International Meteor Organization (IMO). The International Meteor Organization (IMO) was founded in 1988 and has more than 250 members now. IMO was created in response to an ever growing need for international cooperation of meteor amateur work. Two members of MMMonVHF are IMO-members: Frank, PA4EME and Massimo, IV3NDC.