The United Kingdom and Ireland Contest Club

Results - 2nd October 2019 - SSB

*Finalised Results* Thanks for taking part in the second SSB contest of the 2019-20 80m contest series. Here near Inverness conditions were tough - lots of band noise, some weak signals and a lot of QRM from other stations. Things suddenly improved here with about 15 minutes to go which made a big difference. Tim G4FJK also ran our adjudication software after the contest and confirms these Results, as I managed to work enough stations to win. We welcomed some new contesters from Orkney this evening - Hamish 2M0URT, Glenn 2M0DES and Peter MM0AUP (with David MM5DWW and their mentor Ed GM0WED) We hope you all catch the 'contesting bug'! Congratulations to Graham G4FNL, thinly disguised as G4AQG, on winning the QRP Unassisted section, to Algirdas LY2BMX operating as LY4ZZ winning the LP Unassisted section, to Mark EI6JK winning HP Assisted and to Viv M0IEP (using the Swindon Club callsign G1P) winning LP Assisted. We had one submitted Cabrillo logfile, from an entrant who was at an alternative QTH, where the sent locator differed from what was actually sent, but we gave the station the benefit of the doubt and corrected it for them. Some UBN files have still to be e-mailed to entrants - pse QRX for a few days. If you are going to the RSGB Convention, quite a few members of the UKEICC team will the there, so please say 'hello' and tell us what you think of these UKEICC 80m Contests and the UK/EI DX Contests. 73 Chris GM3WOJ, Tim G4FJK - Adjudicators Next contest - 30th October - CW


Combined Results
* = Assisted Entry
Posn Call Pwr Grid Raw Dupe Bust NIL Good Total  -- Best DX --
QSOs QSOs Pts Call Km
1GM2VHIO778220080240LY4ZZ1847
2EI6JK *HIO536800068218LY4ZZ2193
3G0AAA *HIO917601075181UW1GZ2526
4MM2NHIO756300063174LY4ZZ1882
5LY4ZZLKO253500035173EI6JK2193
6EI8CEHIO626600066172LY4ZZ2107
7GM0VHIO858002078172LY4ZZ1759
8G6MCHIO948212079165EW1FM1828
9GM4JYBLIO885900257162LY4ZZ1722
10LY9ALKO263200032160EI6JK2180
11DL8UD *HJO435703054149EW1FM1192
12M2DHIO957302071148LY4ZZ1634
13PA7WWLJO325102049143OH8JGG1688
14G0BWBHIO937001168142LY4ZZ1690
15G3MXHLJO025400054129LY9A1609
16G3TXFHIO916603063122LY9A1782
17G8XHIO805921056116LY9A1959
18G3SWCHIO914500045109LY4ZZ1771
19PC3TLJO215303050107EW1FM1505
20GW5NFHIO815100051105LY9A1904
21LY4LLKO142902126100EI6JK2084
22OH1SICLKP00190001989EI6JK1962
23G4EBKLIO93430014284LY4ZZ1690
24G4EKTLIO93311003083LY4ZZ1690
25G4AFJHIO92431204082LY9A1732
26OU2PAHJO57250002579EI6JK1335
27MM1EHIO85400004076DL8UD808
28G4DDXLIO91420213973LY9A1782
29G3XLGLJO02330003368LY4ZZ1601
30DF4PDLJO30250102464LY4ZZ1326
31G4AQGQIO90300012963LY9A1837
32DG9BEOLJO43220002262EI6JK1192
33G1P *LIO91281102659LY9A1782
34EI7CCLIO63330003358OU2PA1218
35G3KNULIO93270002754LY4ZZ1690
36SE5LLJP70190101854EI8CE1610
37EI3ENBLIO62290002953DL8UD1078
38GM0AXYLIO85300003049OU2PA889
39M0MJAHIO80230002348GM4JYB891
40G3KAFHIO83240102340LY4ZZ1816
41G9Y *LJO02190001936LY9A1609
42GM0TKBLIO88270302436LY4ZZ1722
43M1CJELIO91190001934GM4JYB790
44EI7GYHIO63220102131PC3T844
45GW4WLIO83220012131PA7WW680
46M0MPMLIO91180011729GM4JYB790
47GM4MQIO75180001829G8X573
48G4BYELIO91220202028GM2V716
49G4TCILIO81210102028DL8UD844
50EW1FMHKO337000727G6MC1828
51G4BEELIO83150001527PA7WW680
52M0ITRLIO70170101624DL8UD1016
53G7CYQLIO91130001324GM4JYB790
54DO2MPSLJN588000824GM2V1463
55M0TKMLIO91160011523GM2V716
56M0RLOLIO91160021417GM2V716
572E0WHQQIO917000711GM2V716
58G0WWDLIO80140101311GM2V790
59G5UMLIO92360403210LY4L1601
60SE6KLJO6615021129EI8CE1365
61G2AA/PQJO01400310M2D465


High Power - Unassisted Low Power - Unassisted QRP - Unassisted
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1GM2VIO7780240
2MM2NIO7563174
3EI8CEIO6266172
4GM0VIO8578172
5G6MCIO9479165
6M2DIO9571148
7G0BWBIO9368142
8G3TXFIO9163122
9G8XIO8056116
10G3SWCIO9145109
11GW5NFIO8151105
12G4AFJIO924082
13OU2PAJO572579
14MM1EIO854076
15M0MJAIO802348
16G3KAFIO832340
17EI7GYIO632131
18EW1FMKO33727
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1LY4ZZKO2535173
2GM4JYBIO8857162
3LY9AKO2632160
4PA7WWJO3249143
5G3MXHJO0254129
6PC3TJO2150107
7LY4LKO1426100
8OH1SICKP001989
9G4EBKIO934284
10G4EKTIO933083
11G4DDXIO913973
12G3XLGJO023368
13DF4PDJO302464
14DG9BEOJO432262
15EI7CCIO633358
16G3KNUIO932754
17SE5LJP701854
18EI3ENBIO622953
19GM0AXYIO853049
20GM0TKBIO882436
21M1CJEIO911934
22GW4WIO832131
23M0MPMIO911729
24G4BYEIO912028
25G4TCIIO812028
26G4BEEIO831527
27M0ITRIO701624
28G7CYQIO911324
29DO2MPSJN58824
30M0TKMIO911523
31M0RLOIO911417
32G0WWDIO801311
33G5UMIO923210
34SE6KJO66129
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1G4AQGIO902963
2GM4MIO751829
32E0WHQIO91711
4G2AA/PJO0110


High Power - Assisted Low Power - Assisted QRP - Assisted
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1EI6JK *IO5368218
2G0AAA *IO9175181
3DL8UD *JO4354149
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 
1G1P *IO912659
2G9Y *JO021936
  Call Grid  Good
QSOs
Total
Pts
 


Soapbox

Usual S8-S9 of noise. FT-817 EFLW -- 2E0WHQ Band was very quit but not so many Station in the Contest use SD as almost thanks. -- DL8UD Band in good shape,good activity.Used vertical 66ft. -- EI6JK Band condx changed for latter part of contest SD worked FB -- EI8CE TNX & 73! -- EW1FM hard graft with 3 watts ! -- G2AA/P Poor conditions most signals very weak. -- G3KNU Very heavy local QRM.Sorry to those I missed. -- G3MXH Plenty of QRN tonight and very weak sigs inter-G -- G3SWC Inter-G conditions awful. But nice to work several EIs. -- G3TXF lots of static making copy difficult -- G4AFJ Conditions rather poor and very noisy. -- G4BEE Condx very poor. Noisy. Used SD V21.13 -- G4BYE Very poor conditions with little inter G skip and GM was poor and also EU was not good untill later. Altogether a hard evening which does not bode well for next year. I used SD as usual which made things a little easier. -- G4DDX That was hard work, much qsb. lots of very weak unworkable signals. -- G4EBK Terrible noise and band died towards end. Thanks to all for trying. -- G4TCI Good evening -- G6MC Condx not good and the band very noisy here. Apologies to the YL and SM stations that didn't make it. Must put up a RX antenna. -- G8X Quiet contest this evening - first I've tried since putting a proper 80m antenna up. Enjoyable though, if hard work! -- G9Y Great contest. Thanks to the organisers. -- GM4JYB first 30 mins fine ..last half hour I was unreadable ! -- GM4M SD for logging very easy to use -- M0ITR dire condx -- M0MPM Very high QRN & poor band conditions -- M0RLO Thanks for the Q's - 73 Phil -- M2D Very little EU tonight -- MM1E 73 de OH1SIC/SM5SIC Göran -- OH1SIC First time and I had a lot of fun... But too much QRN and QSB. -- PC3T BAD CONDS AND A LOT OF QRM FROM WHERE?? HOWEVER NICE TO BE BACK AGAIN. I HAVE MOVED MY ANTENNA A BIT, HOPE THE PROBLEMS WITH PEOPLE UNDER OUR APARTMENT WILL STOP BLAMING FOR THE FEEDER TO MY ANTENNA!!! -- SE5L


Some Statistics

Total QSOs: 1289 Cross Checked QSOs: 906 Long distance QSOs (Over 2500 km) G0AAA in IO91 worked UW1GZ in KN66 at distance of 2526 km