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Scandinavian Activity Contest 2002 CW
21 - 22 September, 2002

CLAIMED SCORES

Claimed Scores collected by SM3CER from
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- Updated 2 November, 2002 at 2100 Z -

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NON-SCANDINAVIA

 4Z8EE - Op. OK1EE

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   12     9
   40:   52    21
   20:   80    30
   15:   93    32
   10:   63    27
-------------------
Total:  300   119  Total Score = 50,932

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 AK4XX - Op. OH7KD

Workin SAC:n multiband GP:lla (+muutama QSO Inv-L:lla 40:lla) 100 watilla. Ukkonen pyori QTH:n ymparilla ja rutinat olivat valilla melkoisia. Valilla tuli ukkonen paallekin ja piti vetaa antennin irti... Bandit (CW) olivat suurimman osan aikaa taysin tyhjia lukuunottamatta SAC porukkaa, ainakin minun antenneilla / QTH:ssa.

SSB osa menee Ten-Tec hamfestilla Tennesseessa. Mahdollisesti kokeilen kuuleko kukaan mobilesta (5W todennakoisesti 15m:lla... ).

73, Marko - AK4XX - OH7KD

      Band  Contacts     Mults     Score
      ----  --------     -----     -----
         7        23        15      1035
        14        42        22       924
        21        54        25      1350
        28        42        21       882
     Total       161        83     17181

    ** Note that the number of contacts includes dupes **


     Final Score : 17181

             Rig : Yaesu FT-1000MP

        Antennas : Hy-Gain AV-620, Inv-L

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 DJ8FR

   BAND   Valid QSOs   Points   Mults
_____________________________________

   80         25          25     19
   40         25          25     14
   20         38          38     20
   15         30          30     19
   10         18          18     10
_____________________________________

Totals       136         136     82

Final Score = 11.152  points.

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 DL4MCF

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   82    33
   40:   97    32
   20:  130    37
   15:  103    31
   10:   60    26
-------------------
Total:  472   159  Total Score = 75,048

TNX to all Scandinavian stations for their activity!

vy 73 de Tom, DL4MCF

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 EA4BQ

   BAND   Raw QSOs   Valid QSOs   Points   Mults
 __________________________________________________

   80CW       17          17         17      13
   40CW       43          43         43      20
   20CW       33          33         33      20
   15CW       24          24         24      12
   10CW       22          22         22      14
 __________________________________________________

 Totals      139         139        139      79


    Final Score = 10981 points.

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 ES1QD

 BAND     QSO    QSO PTS       MULT

  80       73       73          31
  40       77       77          28
  20      111      111          38
  15       78       78          31
  10       72       72          29
-----------------------------------

Totals    411      411         157  =  64,213

Equipment Description: Yaesu FT-757-GXII + PA 400 W
Ant: A4S (3 el. 3 band yagi), dipoles for 40 and 80

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 F-15922

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:    1     1
   20:   27    10
   15:   19     7
   10:    0     0
-------------------
Total:   47    18  Total Score = 846

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 F5ADH

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:   30    16
   20:   35    24
   15:   43    18
   10:    0     0
-------------------
Total:  108    58  Total Score = 6,264

Station description:
Icom IC-756, 4 W
Dipole 7 MHz, 2 el. Yagi 14/21 MHz

TNX for nice contest in CW mode, QRP. Felicitation for the stations Scandinavian for the QSO’s.

73 all stations
Pierre, F5ADH

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 F5IN

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   52    28
   40:   68    28
   20:  100    35
   15:  102    33
   10:   62    24
-------------------
Total:  384   148  Total Score = 56,832

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 F6IRF

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   37    22
   40:   78    28
   20:  114    36
   15:  112    31
   10:   56    17
-------------------
Total:  397   134  Total Score = 53,198

Rig: IC706 set to 5W - Timewave DSP
Antennas:
Newly installed Optibeam OB6-3M trapless tribander @12m
Inverted V Dipole 40/80 @17m (re-oriented N/S for the contest).
R7 vertical @6m (did not use it, as it was constantly several points below the a/m antennas)

Who said that life is too short for QRP? I don’t know, but I did enjoy it... As central Scandinavia is at ideal 1F hop distance from here, and as I have always had good performance in the North sector (sloping terrain going down to the "Fier valley" 200m lower - very good take-off with view on the "Chablais mountains" 50 kms away), I thought that QRP would be more fun... (not many stations to contact, only S&P(*), therefore a lot of time to spend trying to get through). Furthermore it would make my neighbors happy, and it would be a good test for my new antenna setup. Had just a few worries about low bands, still very noisy at this period of the year, but everything worked better than expected... (only a few stations could never copy me, and many (most of?) "Big guns" were contacted on the 5 bands).

Between us, the big advantage with QRP is that you don’t have to look for signals burried in the noise - they won’t hear you anyway - if the guy calling is not "loud and clear", no need for a try, so even the 80m looked comfortable with the attenuator and the DSP set for "minimum background noise"... Anyway, congratulations to the operators who managed to copy my tiny signal especialy on the noisy 40 and 80 saturday evening. Fortunately the low bands were a lot quiter early in the morning (but low activity on 40/80 anyway - or still had too high noise to copy "standard" LP stations? - we had thunderstorms in the evening).

Good "high bands" with strong signals (a few stations full scale on 706 bargraph - without preamp, unusable below 18 Mhz anyway) - but the skip remained long on 10/15 limiting the QSO’s with stations at more than 1800/2000 kms (no OZ on 10 and very few on 15, but I did not hear many on the lower bands either... Mainly an OH/SM contest - isn’t it ?).

In short, I am happy about this first participation! Honnestly I don’t think I could have done a lot higher score with LP or even HP (95% of the stations heard were contacted anyway, and the last hours it became really difficult to find new ones). For sure I’ll join next year... (For some reason, I love the contests where the stations to contact are in the north sector... I.E. SPDX! ;-)

73’s & CUAGN next year.

(*) Spent some time reading the previous year comments on 3830...

PS Question: Am I the only one (in Europe?) hearing this strange strong noise around 3525 (several kHz wide)? Anybody knows where it comes from?

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 GØMTN

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   50    24
   40:   50    22
   20:   70    33
   15:   65    24
   10:   17    11
-------------------
Total:  252   114  Total Score = 28,728

A good contest once again. The high bands were open well (I notice the DX is always a few S points stronger when they’re not eligible for contest QSOs) and also open quite late. Conversely, it was hard work getting the QSOs in on 40 and 80.

I was upset when my trusty TS-850 failed a couple of hours in. I was about to give up completely, but changed my mind and rushed off in the car to ’borrow’ an FT-920 from my local club station. Then I realised my keying leads were non-compatible, and sent CW with the paddle for the rest of the contest. (Apologies for poor paddle sending!)

Rather difficult on 10m as always, although pleased to get what I did, and managed a few 5 band QSOs with some of the guys.

This year’s SAC was different from previous ones as this time I could put a few more names and faces to callsigns, being post-WRTC. Great to hear all those callsigns once again :-)

73,
Lee GØMTN

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 G3TXF

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   50    24
   40:   50    22
   20:   70    33
   15:   65    24
   10:   17    11
-------------------
Total:  252   114  Total Score = 28,728

SAC-CW is always an old favourite. Sorry but only able to about six hours this year.

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 G4PIQ/P

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   32    20
   40:   34    20
   20:   27    21
   15:   29    11
   10:    7     6
-------------------
Total:  129    78  Total Score = 10,062

Rig: FT-901DM, 100W, 30m E/F wire @ 4m agl.

Up to eyeballs in work, but wanted to take a few hours to hand out some points in this after the whole WRTC experience. Threw wire up in garden at home to re-create my home mega station rather than driving to contest station since this was going to allow most operating time. 10m tough as usual from here with tiny system - called lots of folks on scatter who couldn’t hear me, but SK3W who were that bit further away made into log for the only 5 bander.

Decided to operate to 10k points. Great fun all the same and hard to tear myself away back to report writing for work...

Hope to get on for SSB as well.

73,
Andy, G4PIQ

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 KØFX

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:    0     0
   20:   27    17
   15:   46    22
   10:   41    22
-------------------
Total:  114    59  Total Score = 6,726

Local QRN (power line) loud as usaul but the 10 & 15m sigs very strong. Good contest.

Rig: IC-765
Ant’s: KT-34XA and 2 el yagi on 40.

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 K1TO

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:   80    28
   20:  126    39
   15:  114    35
   10:   90    35
-------------------
Total:  410   137  Total Score = 78,090

Spent quite a bit of effort putting up some antennas for this event, since my station is in a state of major flux this season. Worked on the tower until after dark several nights this week, in fact.

Ended up with: 10 - 4L @ 56’, 15 - 4L @ 73’, 20 - 4L @ 85’, 40 - 1L @ 60’ (took up the DE from a 40-2CD), 80 - nothing.

I’ve enjoyed the SAC, particularly CW, for a long time and vowed at some point in my life to make a serious effort at it. Coming off the WRTC in OH seemed like the ideal timing and I encouraged many others to get on as well in recognition of the great hospitality and friendship shown by all of Scandinavia during our visit this summer. The level of activity from WRTC participants was high, as there was an informal competition among the OHs to work as many of us as possible. It was great to hear so many familiar folks on the air! We had lots of Florida Contest Group activity on as well.

The effects of Hurricane Isidore were negligible during the contest (let’s just hope that Isidore’s effects on us all end up being negligible this week). QRN levels were lower than expected, even with no storm brewing, although I suppose that coming out of summer into the fall season has a lot to do with that.

Unlike W1, it is still quite hot in FL with frequent thunderstorms, so it still feels like summer here. Even with low QRN levels, I listened on the EU Beverage on 40 all the time as it had a slightly better S/N ratio.

K7SV and I were nip and tuck on our QSO numbers well past the halfway point - nice job Larry - then he disappeared. Of my 410 QSOs, exactly 2 were from answers to my CQs. I sure tried CQing a lot, but the S&Pers just were not there for me. Had 321 Qs at the halfway point and 89 the rest of the way. Was pleasantly surprised at how well the single 40M element worked at just 60’. I think I worked everything I heard on 40 with it, and in fact worked almost everything I heard on all bands.

Seemed like pretty decent condx. I imagine an aurora could wipe this contest out completely, although I think that is still pretty rare in September.

For what it’s worth, QSOs by country, then # of 4-banders, 3-, 2-, 1-, and number of stations worked:

SM  - 144  13-18-13-12  56
OH  - 138  18- 7- 8-29  62
LA  -  58   9- 4- 3- 4  20
OZ  -  47   7- 3- 1- 8  19
OHØ -  14   3- 0- 0- 2   5
OY  -   6   1- 0- 1- 0   2
TF  -   3   0- 1- 0- 0   1
ALL - 410

 51 4-banders
 33 3-banders
 26 2-banders
 55 1-banders
165 total stations worked

73, Dan

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 K3SV

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   5      5
   40:  16     13
   20:  21     15
   15:           
   10:           
-------------------
Total:  42     33  Total Score = 2,772

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 K2SX

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   13     9
   40:   40    21
   20:   81    32
   15:  103    33
   10:   54    26
-------------------
Total:  291   121  Total Score = 48,037

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 K3WW

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    6     6
   40:   60    25
   20:   57    26
   15:   71    32
   10:   45    21
-------------------
Total:  239   110  Total Score = 40,810

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 K4BAI

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:    4     3
   20:   61    30
   15:   68    31
   10:   52    27
-------------------
Total:  184    91  Total Score = 17,472

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 K4RO

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:   10    10
   20:   24    15
   15:   64    29
   10:   56    26
-------------------
Total:  154    80  Total Score = 13,200

First try at the SAC. Lots of big signals CQing and great ops. After I worked everyone CQing, there were not very many stations answering my CQ’s, although I felt loud. Sorry to have missed the night time openings, but other activities prevailed.

Nice contest - C U next year.

- Kirk K4RO

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 K5KG

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    2     2
   40:   71    26
   20:   94    33
   15:  105    33
   10:   74    30
-------------------
Total:  346   124  Total Score = 61,008

This is the first time I worked the SAC half-way seriously. Lots of fun; the Scandinavian ops are excellent, and provide lots of chase! Spent a lot of time moving ops to get the mults. 80m was rough due to QRN and no RX antenna. Otherwise, the other 4 bands were pretty good, especially 10m during the final 45 minutes.

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 K5YAA

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:   43    20
   20:   43    23
   15:   90    32
   10:   50    23
-------------------
Total:  226    98  Total Score = 30,282

Good band conditions and station activity from Scandinavia.

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 K5ZD

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   28    20
   40:   73    27
   20:   87    31
   15:   67    30
   10:   47    21
-------------------
Total:  302   129  Total Score = 65,016

Operated more than usual to repay the hospitality the OH gang showed us at WRTC.

The quality of operating in this contest is excellent. Great operating skills and big signals.

OH5BM was loudest on 10m all of the time.

SK3W was very strong on 80m. The LA and OZ stations were loud at their sunrise.

Others were all weak.

The best signals I have ever heard from Scandanavia on 40m at 23Z. All of the big stations were well over S9 with very little flutter.

SM5CEU and OZ1LO also had big big signals.

Five band QSOs with SK3W, OH2BH, OH2U, OH9MM, OH2PM, SM4F, OH1F, SM3Z, 8S5X, and OH5CW. Stayed up so late working the low bands that I could not wake up for 10 and 15m at the end so missed finishing more 5 banders. :(

See you in SSB next week!

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 K7SV

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    5     4
   40:   63    28
   20:  106    36
   15:  106    34
   10:   76    27
-------------------
Total:  356   129  Total Score = 63,468

I’ve often said that I start the contest season with the California QSO party, but in reality it has started the past six or seven years with SAC CW for the very reason already stated by others - terrific operators. I had planned to get on only for a few hours to play with my newly automated SO2R, but condx were so good, decided to make another honest effort.

Initial opening on ten was scatter from almost due east, but quickly opened on a direct path. Didn’t think I was going to work any of the folks on 80 with low power and dipole at 60 feet or so, but worked SK3W fairly early, and had four others with good ears in the log before I called it a day around 03Z.

I figured WRTC must have established some interest in the contest because stateside activity was certainly up, and a good number of the stations heard were over in OH for the event. Great to hear two OYs and a TF active. Again, a most enjoyable contest!

73 de Larry K7SV

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 KC1F

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:   38      
   20:   80      
   15:   85      
   10:   34      
-------------------
Total:  237   107  Total Score = 33,491

Hello to all the Scaninavian ops I met at WRTC 2002 !

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 KM3T

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:           
   20:   34    17
   15:   39    24
   10:   31    14
-------------------
Total:  104    55  Total Score = 5,720

Only limited time on but this is always a fun contest. Only antenna up right now is 20-10 but will be on all bands this weekend. Lots of fun chasing other WRTC 2002 participants!

73, Dave KM3T

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 KQ2M

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   0      0
   40:   9      9
   20:  23     12
   15:   3      3
   10:   0      0
-------------------
Total:  35     24  Total Score = 1,212

Just a few minutes to participate before the family woke up. Glad to give a few q’s to support the SAC and especially to say HI to my new OH friends.

73 Bob KQ2M

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 KU8E

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:  10      9
   20:  28     15
   15:  14      9
   10:           
-------------------
Total:  52     33  Total Score = 2,376

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 LU7DW

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   0      0
   40:   5      5
   20:  22     17
   15:  20     13
   10:  13     10
-------------------
Total:  60     45  Total Score = 5,625

Equipment Description: Icom IC-751A. Alpha 76A
Antenna: 4 Elements yagi @ 12 meter, Inverted Vee

Not to much time in contest, only enter in the contest to say hello to all the WRTC friends...

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 LY1DS

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   13    10
   40:   25    15
   20:   32    20
   15:   23    15
   10:    7     7
-------------------
Total:  100    67  Total Score = 6,700

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 LY2XW

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   76    31
   40:   69    27
   20:   82    35
   15:   26    20
   10:   11     9
-------------------
Total:  264   122  Total Score = 32,208

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 LZ2BE

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:           
   20:           
   15:           
   10:           
-------------------
Total:  422   150  Total Score = 63,300

RIG was FT-890AT, 1 kW linear and multiband Vertical. Condx was very good especialy on 15/10m.

Thanks to all Scandinavians for the good operation!

73 de Bob

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 N2ED

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    2     2
   40:   18    15
   20:   45    27
   15:   40    20
   10:   35    19
-------------------
Total:  140    93  Total Score = 14,900

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 N2NL

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:   46    24
   20:   67    26
   15:   56    25
   10:   15    11
-------------------
Total:  184    86  Total Score = 23,736

Operated from home (antenna-hater neigborhood) with stealth setup, to support the SAC guys after their wonderful hospitality during WRTC. It was fun to work all the guys and to be able to finally put a face to the call, after meeting so many of them a couple months ago.

Very frustrating most of the time. If someone was calling at the same time as me, I lost out. Doesn’t matter if the other caller was running a potato powered QRP rig into a coat hanger. The 10m mag mount CB antenna is going into the trash! Used hamsticKS for 15/20 with slightly better results. Once darkness arrived it got better when I was able to put up the 40m Stealth Phaser (tm) and I felt like I was on even ground with everyone else.

Lots of activity from the FCG crowd and USA WRTC competitors.

I guess I’m in the M/S category since I used packet.

73, Dave N2NL

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 N4BP

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:   49    25
   20:   97    34
   15:  102    33
   10:   84    32
-------------------
Total:  332   124  Total Score = 53,320

FT-1000MP, AL-1500
TH7-DXX @ 65ft, 40M dipole @ 35ft
NA 10.57

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 N6WS

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   0      0
   40:   1      1
   20:  20     12
   15:  33     19
   10:  11     11
-------------------
Total:  65     43  Total Score = 2,881

Equipment: Yaesu FT1000 MkV
Antenna(s): Cushcraft X9, 40m dipole

I had a good time. Thanks to SK3W for my lone 40m Q. The Scandinavian 40m signals were good here, but my 5W into a dipole just couldn’t be heard by most stations there.

TU es 73,
Bill

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 N6ZZ

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:   32    18
   20:   89    33
   15:  109    34
   10:   66    24
-------------------
Total:  296   109  Total Score = 39,240

A pleasure to work a fine group of operators from the Scandinavian countries. To echo N2NL, I also spent a significant amount of time in this event, to acknowledge the hospitality experienced during WRTC-2002.

It was good to hear 10 meters open to this part of the country during this event. 40 was pretty rough from here with plenty of QRN. I listened on 80 several times, but never heard anything from Eu.

73 - Phil, N6ZZ

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 NA4K

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:    0     0
   20:   27    17
   15:   46    22
   10:   41    22
-------------------
Total:  114    59  Total Score = 6,726

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 NF4A

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:    6     5
   20:   26    17
   15:   60    27
   10:   42    22
-------------------
Total:  134    71  Total Score = 10,366

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 NU4B

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:           
   20:  19     14
   15:  28     16
   10:  30     18
-------------------
Total:  77     48  Total Score = 3,696

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 OE5FDM

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:           
   20:           
   15:           
   10:           
-------------------
Total:  21     17  Total Score = 357

Some days before this contest I upgraded to Shortwave-Licence. Now this was my 1st Shortwave-Contest. I spent not much time on this contest. Only to give some Scandinavian any point. But it was great fun.

See you in next Contest!
73 de Daniel OE5FDM

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 ON4CHK

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:   14     6
   20:   31     7
   15:   19     6
   10:    0     0
-------------------
Total:   64    19  Total Score = 1,216

Station description:
Kenwood TS-570D, 95 W
Vertical R-7000

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 PAØFEI

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:   7      7
   20:  10     10
   15:   6      6
   10:           
-------------------
Total:  23     23  Total Score = 529

I am not (yet) an experienced CW-operator. Nevertheless it was a pleasure to participate. Good activity on all bands.

73 de Jelke, PAØFEI

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 PAØJED

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   15    11
   40:   37    18
   20:   67    26
   15:   46    13
   10:    7     6
-------------------
Total:  172    74  Total Score = 12,728

Rig: IC-746.
Antenna: Dipole, open feeders @ 10 mtrs and 2 x 6 mtrs vert dipole.
Logging with TR.

73 Jan PAØJED

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 PA3AAV

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:   42    19
   20:   67    26
   15:   58    23
   10:   44    25
-------------------
Total:  211    93  Total Score = 19,623

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 PA5AT

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   56    28
   40:   48    21
   20:   79    34
   15:   54    16
   10:    3     3
-------------------
Total:  240   102  Total Score = 23,664

This time - just for fun partissipation... in between painting the living room... hi

Most activity during the evening time on 80 m’s - I like the small L-antenna here working great on the low-bands... Still no automatic tuner available - so I had to choose - 80 m or 40 m! As this contest was fun only - certainly the lowest band for me is the most fun - even with more 40 m activity I could have gained much more points... hi

See you in CQ RTTY, next week, if I manage to have the refurbishing work finished by next weekend...

op Ulli, PA5AT

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 RA3CW

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   88    31
   40:  104    32
   20:  122    38
   15:  114    35
   10:   79    32
-------------------
Total:  507   168  Total Score = 85,176

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 RK4FF

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   85    31
   40:  108    31
   20:  131    37
   15:  120    33
   10:   93    34
-------------------
Total:  537   166  Total Score = 89,142

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 RK9CWW - Ops. RA9CMO, RZ9CO, UA9CIR

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   85    32
   40:  107    32
   20:  136    39
   15:  136    38
   10:   95    37
-------------------
Total:  559   178  Total Score = 167,676

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 S57AD

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   9      8
   40:  41     19
   20:  32     17
   15:   0      0
   10:   0      0
-------------------
Total:  82     44  Total Score = 3,608

RIG: FT-920 (100W)
Antennas: A3S @ 20m, 80/40 dipoles @ 18m

Part time effort after club’s picnic (barbecue party) at S59DKR. Condx seemed pretty fair in despite of high rain-static noise at lower bands. Some US stations I heard were even stronger than Scandinavians.

Thanks for Qs and thanks to guys from S59DKR club for hospitality and for using their nice station setup.

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 SP2PIK - Op. SQ4GXO

Band:   QSO:   Mult:

3.5      84     33
7        93     31
14      108     33
21       31     22
28       16     12

Total:  332    131

Score: 43,492

TRX: TS-850S/AT 100 W out
Antennas: inv v 3.5/7 MHz [only:(]

WWYCers in log: OH4R, OH4U and OZ1AA on 4 bands, OH1F on 3 bands. Heard also DL1IAO.

It was hard to fight on high bands with wire antennas and 100 w :( Heard many stations on 21 and 28 but worked only a couple.

I’ll be glad to see some scores from non scandinavia especially LP.

73 & GL
Mark SQ4GXO

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 SP3KEY - Op. SP3RBR

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   92    32
   40:   91    30
   20:  111    36
   15:   69    27
   10:   16    12
-------------------
Total:  379   137  Total Score = 51,923

See you next weekend.

73 SP3RBR

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 SP7GIQ

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   48    23
   40:   75    27
   20:   72    32
   15:   74    30
   10:   57    23
-------------------
Total:  326   135  Total Score = 44,010

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 SP8NR

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   67    27
   40:   86    30
   20:   93    33
   15:   56    29
   10:   22    16
-------------------
Total:  324   135  Total Score = 43,740

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 SQ4NR

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   61    29
   40:   81    29
   20:   66    29
   15:   30    20
   10:   18    15
-------------------
Total:  256   122  Total Score = 31,232

Very nice contest... I was working for only 7 hours with TS-850SAT (100 W) and vertical for 15m and 10m, dipole for 40m and dipole for 80m which was tuned for 20m also. Thanks for all Scandinavian stations for QSOs.

73!

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 T93Y

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:    0     0
   20:   79    33
   15:   91    32
   10:   44    22
-------------------
Total:  214    87  Total Score = 18,618

Equipment: KENWOOD TS-690SAT + KENWOOD DSP-100
Antenna: Cushcraft R-6000 @80m
Logging: P-III@850 + Writelog v10.35f

73’s Boris T93Y

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 UN4L - Op. RN9AO

      BAND     QSO   QSO PTS  PTS/Q    MULT

      160        0        0   0.0        0
       80       66      198   3.0       27
       40       89      267   3.0       28
       20      111      111   1.0       34
       15      112      112   1.0       35
       10       95       95   1.0       33
     --------------------------------------

     Totals    473      783   1,66      157 = 122.931

RIG: FT-990 + 1 KW
ANT:
80 - 2 phased dipole
40 - 3 el Yagi
20 - 3x3x3 el Yagi
15 - 3x3x3 el Yagi
10 - 5x5 el Yagi

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 VA3PL

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:          
   40:   5     3
   20:  16     4
   15:          
   10:          
-------------------
Total:  21     7  Total Score = 147

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 VE3BUC

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:   13     9
   20:   57    27
   15:   95    34
   10:   40    16
-------------------
Total:  205    86  Total Score = 19,866

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 VE3CR

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:    6     5
   20:   61    25
   15:   63    28
   10:           
-------------------
Total:  130    58  Total Score = 8,236

Part time only. Great fun due to great ops in Scandinavia!!

73
Eric, VE3CR

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 VE3DZ

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    0     0
   40:   62    27
   20:  108    35
   15:  111    35
   10:   47    21
-------------------
Total:  328   118  Total Score = 53,336

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 VE3XAX

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:           
   20:           
   15:           
   10:           
-------------------
Total:  211    93  Total Score = 27,435

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 VE7ASK

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:           
   40:   2      2
   20:  21     14
   15:  18     10
   10:   2      2
-------------------
Total:  43     28  Total Score = 1,204

Lots of very loud OH stations, great operators from across Scandanavia, and conditions that seemed quite good. Many thanks to all who heard my 80W and had the patience to complete a QSO.

73 - Bud, VE7ASK

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 VE9DX

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   12    11
   40:   52    26
   20:   56    26
   15:   25    15
   10:   26    26
-------------------
Total:  171    92  Total Score = 27,508

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 W1TO

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    1     1
   40:   46    26
   20:   31    19
   15:   40    24
   10:    8     7
-------------------
Total:  126    77  Total Score = 16,940

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 W4SAA

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   0      0
   40:  25     17
   20:  15     13
   15:  14     12
   10:   0      0
-------------------
Total:  54     42  Total Score = 4,326

Operated portable at a friends home in Okeechobee FL where I have my second radio set up for him to explore the ham bands. He is studying for his ticket.

We both enjoyed the SAC. And although Dick can not copy CW yet, he thinks it’s neat and wants to give CW contesting a try. The setup is an IC-765 into a 5 band traped vertical up 12 ft with 3 elevated radials cut for 40m.

The location is very quiet and hears well. Did hand logging and hand keyed for the first time in several years. Wanted to keep it simple and show the basic idea.

Signals were generally strong and the operators were snappy. Made a great impression here. Thanks for a fine contest.

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 WB6BWZ

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:          
   40:          
   20:          
   15:   1     1
   10:          
-------------------
Total:   1     1  Total Score = 1

Made this QSO during a quiet moment in the Washington State "Salmon Run" QSO Party.

Also attempted to QSO an Icelandic station - first time I ever heard one - but couldn’t break through the pile ups with QRP and wire antenna.

FT-817 QRP xcvr, 5 watts, to 28-ga insulated OCF stealth antenna up 40 feet in trees next to interstate in downtown Atlanta (Georgia) industrial area.

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 WC4E

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:    5     5
   40:   56    25
   20:   69    25
   15:   71    26
   10:   32    25
-------------------
Total:  233   106  Total Score = 37,630

Great to work so many of our Scandinavain friends. Great activity, signals and operators! OZ1LO was one of loudest on 20M!

73
Jeff WC4E

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 YL2LY

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   86    31
   40:   92    28
   20:  107    38
   15:   93    32
   10:   75    28
-------------------
Total:  453   157  Total Score = 71,121

Very good propagation on all bands, many stations from Scandinavia. Thanks to all Scandinavian Operators for good job, special on 10 and 15 m!

73 de YL2LY

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 YO9HP

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:   27    17
   40:   56    25
   20:   92    36
   15:  100    33
   10:   32    20
-------------------
Total:  207   131  Total Score = 40,217

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 Z32AF

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
-------------------
   80:  23     13
   40:  40     22
   20:           
   15:           
   10:           
-------------------
Total:  63     35  Total Score = 2,170

Limited time of operation. Just wanted to give some MP’s to Scandinavian stations. Terrible QRN on 80 mtrs. Hope to have more time for SSB part.

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SCANDINAVIAN
ACTIVITY
CONTEST


RECEIVED LOGS

Claimed Scores
CW

CW 2002

CW SOAPBOX
SCANDINAVIA


CW SOAPBOX
NON-SCAND


Claimed Scores
SSB

SSB 2002

SSB SOAPBOX
SCANDINAVIA


SSB SOAPBOX
NON-SCAND

Date of info: 25 Sep, 2002 Source: 3830 Mail Reflector
TOEC Mail Reflector
E-mails.

Scandinavian Activity Contest
RECEIVED LOGS
CLAIMED SCORES CW:  2002    CW SOAPBOX SCANDINAVIA    CW SOAPBOX NON-SCAND
CLAIMED SCORES SSB:  2002    SSB SOAPBOX SCANDINAVIA    SSB SOAPBOX NON-SCAND

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