Helvetia Contest 2019. Ready?

Active during Helvetia Contest 2019 as HB9CVD

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Are you ready for the International Helvetia Contest 2019?

Dates are 27 – 28 April 2019 at 13:00 UTC – 12:59 UTC.

I will be participating from the North-west of the country, just a step away to the French border from canton Neuchâtel (NE) in a multi-operator effort, with HB9EOU, HB9HLI, HB9HLM, HB9CVC, HB9TRY , HB9TWY . 

The callsign used will be HB9CVD to honour the memory of Philippe, father of HB9HLM André. Philippe became very recently a SK.

Please look for us and remember that the new Helvetia is an any-to-any contest, so please be active on the bands during theses 24hrs.

We will be on www.cqcontest.net 

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PY0F – first operation in 2019 – ARRL CW

Good to see such a good activity from PY0F. Keep up the good work.

Noronha Contest Group

The contesting calendar for 2019 just began and PY0F is once again on the air!

This time, the contest was not our main goal. Since last CQWWs contests we had a lot of new ideas and so we prepared ourselves to put the station “in test” but not “in contest” once again – Hi!.

The main goals for this contest were:

  • Test the new RemoteQTH RX Antenna System;
  • Setup a 200m long beverage antenna in NA direction;
  • Setup and test a new and exclusive power distribution system for the linear amplifiers;
  • Stress the Alpha 374 linear after a long QRT on the bench;
  • Test the 4O3A HP BPF filters, specially the triplexer with 2 x 1kw signals in;
  • Test crossband interference between two HP stations running the actual antenna system;
  • Try to have some fun between all of that tests… tests.. and tests… Hi!

Ville and Renner met up in…

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ARUKR Official WEB Page

Thanks to EX7DY Dmitriy, the Amateur Radio Union of the Kyrgyz Republic (ARUKR) is steadily increasing its presence on the web by adding and updating content over:

  • Internal association communications and Documentation
  • Introducing every single member of the association by publishing QSl card and capital information such as RIG, location, antenna etc.
  • International news
  • EX HF contest (coming soon in February)
  • and more…

Should you wish to visit the site (in Russian language only) click www.qrzex.com

D4C invites youngsters of YOTA program

Proud to be part of this outstanding Contest team.

This article has been just published at http://www.d4c.cc web site

 

EX0DX – final & stats

Final numbers of a few days of activity #ex0dx

Activities are now over and as I wrote on my qrz.com page I saw some comments that I was deaf. Yes this is true as I have QRM from various sources here in my urban QTH, mainly from HV Line just opposite my road, ranking from S7 to S9+10. I let you imagine the fun.

Log is updated to LOTW as for now,  with 795 QSO records.


DXCC vs. QSO number

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QSO by band
DXCC worked per band and total

EX0DX – part 3

Less CW, more ft8 now.

In the last two days I have put the focus on CW activity again especially on 20 and on 40m. A total of 104 CW and 12 SSB QSO were made again with lot of struggle.

Glad to have contacted old friends, some of them working on foreign countries such as LZ/S55M and DL/KU1CW.

I am reaching the last day of activity, tomorrow the 9th of January, and I am now focusing on #FT8 contacts.

Once more I do apologize for my poor sensitivity, but on the other hand I am glad that my signal is good audible with my simple Multiband vertical; this leaves lots of room for a station improvement in a new location in Bishkek during the current year (target).

73, Andrea #ex0dx