| Date: 08 March 2004 11:56 -0800 | From: email@example.com | To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com | Subject: ARRLDX SSB M4A(@G6UW) M/2 HP | | ARRL DX Contest, SSB | | Call: M4A | Operator(s): G0WAT, G3ZAY, G4AXX, G4EAG, G4JVG, G4KNO, M0BBB, M0BLF, M0TDG | Station: G6UW | | Class: M/2 HP | QTH: Cambridge, UK JO02af | Operating Time (hrs): 47 | | Summary: | Band QSOs Mults | ------------------- | 160: 9 7 | 80: 224 37 | 40: 454 49 | 20: 746 59 | 15: 556 56 | 10: 0 0 | ------------------- | Total: 1989 208 Total Score = 1,241,136 | | Club: Cambridge University Wireless Society & Granta Contest Group | | Comments: | | The first joint effort in this contest from the Cambridge University | Wireless Society (G6UW / M4A) and the Granta Contest Group (M0CAM / M4R). | | | It was good fun, but conditions were poor. The worst hour (11 QSOs!) was | in the first hour of the contest, but fortunately things did pick up at | times, especially once we were on the cluster (thanks to everyone who | spotted us). 20M and 15M performed well when they were open. 40M was | much better on the second night than on the first, and 80M performed | steadily during darkness hours. We need better antennas on 160M for | future years, especially if 10M stays this dead (0 QSOs) for a while. | Not a bad first effort though. | | Personally, as a young op, it was a great insight to listen to operators | with many more years experience, chiefly using our equipment, so thanks to | the Granta Contest Group for coming to show us how it is done. | | Congratulations and thanks to the other stations for a good contest, | particularly from M0BBB and myself (M0BLF) to the other WWYCers out there. | | | Posted using 3830 Score Submittal Forms at: | http://www.hornucopia.com/3830score/Click on a thumbnail below to see the picture.
The shack door, Woop Woop II.