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das Resultat kam am 18.September - Danke

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SV8 - 5./6.Juni 2021 - Aegean 6m Contest CW SO QRP

Every year frist weekend in June the Aegena 50MHZ Contest is held.

This year I would like to participate, first I have the FT-818 (QRP Radio) which covers the 6m band, 2nd I have build a 6m bazooka, 3nd I have read the rules and I am able to produce the EDI for Log Format.

Antenna:
Days before I checked the 2019 prepared Bazooka - pulled up on the mast of my ship.
But the resonant qrg was too high - and I was not able to bring them down to abt 50100 kHz.
So I decided to construct a new one.
But also the new one was not exactly on 50100 kHz - but with the tuner it matches to 1:1.2
The bandwith is abt 200 kHz enough for the CW Part of the band.
The used RG58 is too thin for wider bandwith.
 
Placed the FT-818 with Tuner and a Lipo 8 Ah in the cockpit of the Ship.
The Antenna connection straight down to the tuner.


Contest:
Saturday 13:00 UTC - I listend and hear some station calling.
Then worked abt every 10-15 Min a station.
First one was 9H - Malta.
Until 17:00 UTC I had 17 QSO in Log, 15 in CW and 2 in SSB.
Then made a rest for dinner.
After dinner after 18:00 UTC only few stations heard and could make one QSO only.
I replied some back - but they din'd copy my QRP Signal.  
Sunday 08:00 started again to listen.
Made 10 QSO until 12:00 UTC - then the band becomes quiet and I closed the contest.

At the begin I used the Wolfwave for check the sigs in Waterfal. It helps a lot for tuning to the exactly Frequency.
But the sidetone is delayed - this made me confuse when I keyed and I connected the headset directly to the TX output.
Most time I used SV8/HB9FIH only - without /QRP - because using a prefix, and at the end an appendix is vy hard to recognize for the takers. Sometimes if I feelt the connectionn is well I used /QRP.
TX power was always maxima 5 Watts.

The longest distance was to Germany to JO40JP reached 1890 km
I worked abt 7 hrs,
made 27 QSO, 23 in CW and 4 in SSB
reached 19 different LOC's
made abt QSO 30'000 Points (without the Muliplicators)
see the different chart pictures.
Lets see which final result ........

LOG:
During the contest I wrote the QSO to a paper log (I was sure not to make hunderds of QSO)
After installing the recommended N1MM logger and another (VUCS) - I recognized that my favourite Log Software covers this contest (an the export in EDI format) too, so I put them into UCXLog.

 

 

my EDI Log:
[REG1TEST;1]
TName=AEGEAN SIX 2021
TDate=20210606;20210606
PCall=SV8/HB9FIH
PWWLo=KM39GC
PExch=KM39GC
PAdr1=Makri Gialos (Marina)
PAdr2=81100 Mitiline
PSect=SINGLE-OP
PBand=50 MHz
PClub=
RName=Erich Rieder
RCall=
RAdr1=Tannstrasse 14
RAdr2=CH-8820 Waedenwil
RPoCo=8820
RCity=Switzerland
RCoun=Greece
RPhon=
RHBBS=erich.rieder@hb9fih.org
MOpe1=
MOpe2=
STXEq=FT-818
SPowe=5
SRXEq=FT-818
SAnte=Bazooka (Sloop on Saling Ship)
SAntH=6;0
CQSOs=27;1
CQSOP=30531
CWWLs=19;0;1
CWWLB=0
CExcs=0;0;1
CExcB=0
CDXCs=10;0;1
CDXCB=0
CToSc=30531
CODXC=DL5AXX;JO40JP;1890
[Remarks]
My first 50MHz Contest.
First had some timing problems (key and tone), after enjoyed the 6m fun.
(I called sometimes with /QRP most time not, bc callsign with prefix)
73 de Erich
[QSORecords;27]
210605;1308;9H1PI;2;599;001;599;002;;JM75FW;1122;;N;N;
210605;1325;9A4W;2;599;002;599;003;;JN89SI;1345;;N;N;
210605;1332;SZ8LES;1;599;003;599;008;;KM39GC;1;;N;N;
210605;1344;9A2DS;2;599;004;599;001;;JN83HQ;971;;N;;
210605;1410;UR5ECW;2;599;005;599;001;;KN78ML;1245;;N;N;
210605;1425;UT8IO;2;599;006;599;004;;KN87UC;1268;;N;;
210605;1433;LZ6M;2;599;007;599;005;;KN34NA;549;;N;N;
210605;1447;4X6FR;2;599;008;599;009;;KM72KG;1069;;N;N;
210605;1500;UY5QZ;2;599;009;599;008;;KN77NT;1190;;N;;
210605;1515;UT2QQ;2;599;010;599;008;;KN77SI;1171;;;;
210605;1525;UT7EL;2;599;011;599;002;;KN77EN;1133;;;;
210605;1532;US7UU;2;599;012;599;004;;KO50RB;1279;;N;;
210605;1603;UZ4E/P;1;599;013;559;024;;KN77AR;1134;;;;
210605;1610;UY3E;2;599;014;599;024;;KN78PO;1267;;;;
210605;1634;US8ZAL;2;599;015;599;024;;KN66AU;971;;N;;
210605;1648;C4I;1;599;016;599;295;;KM64HV;715;;N;N;
210605;1834;SP2GUB;2;599;017;599;006;;JO94RD;1756;;N;N;
210606;0809;UT1IC;2;599;018;599;006;;KN87VX;1338;;;;
210606;0818;4Z4KX;2;599;019;599;001;;KM71JX;1088;;N;;
210606;0827;UR7VA;2;599;020;599;004;;KN68DM;1144;;N;;
210606;0840;SQ6H;1;599;021;599;017;;JO80SH;1433;;N;;
210606;0850;UT7E;2;599;022;599;038;;KN78MM;1248;;;;
210606;0858;SP5CCC;2;599;023;599;001;;KO02OH;1525;;N;;
210606;0906;DL5AXX;2;599;024;599;007;;JO40JP;1890;;N;N;
210606;0934;SP/UT4EZ/P;2;599;025;599;011;;JO80CA;1462;;;;
210606;0945;I3KAN;2;599;026;599;001;;JN62KS;1217;;N;N;
210606;1200;UT1IC;2;599;027;599;029;;KN78VX;0;;;;D
[END; UcxLog 8.13]

 
 
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