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  Contesting from Germany`s most southern corner

Manfred Wolf
DOK: T13
HSC #1579
AGCW #2626
RTC #56

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IARU FD CW 2004:

Call:DL1IAO/P DOK: A24
Category: OPEN B OPs: DL1IAO, DJ5MW
Hours: 24

Band QSOs QSO Pts Pts/QSO Mults /P Stns
160 102 382 3.75 19 89
80 169 586 3.47 31 123
40 326 1070 3.28 48 185
20 263 835 3.17 52 107
15 129 372 2.88 44 40
10 79 243 3.08 26 40
Total 1068 3488 3.27 220 584
-> 220 x 3488 = 767,360 (claimed score)

Equipment Description:

CT v10.0 on 486 notebook 
160m: Dipole @15m
 80m: Dipole @14m
 40m: Dipole @14m, R7
10-20m: KT32A @8m, R7 

Fieldday time again! 

This year Stefan was busy helping the OV A24 to improve their clubscore, so we had to use Stefan`s call instead of DF0WA/P as usual.

For various reasons we operated as a 2 man team and also did almost all antenna work ourselves.

Heavy rain on saturday made this a very challenging experience. (remember: the QTH is on 1000m asl.)

The sun, which came out on sunday was highly appreciated and improved the spirit of the FD-team.

Since a long time this was our first entry in OB category and finally it worked out to improve DL0DK/P`s old OB-record...

Although we used small portable towers only, the antennas worked pretty well despite of the unstable conds.
In the CW-part you don`t need high antennas, because most QSOs are from EU.

Also interesting to see that in CW part you can almost reach the same score in each category (of course depending on conds): compare our 2003 (OC) and 2002 (EK) numbers!

Let`s do it again in SSB, Stefan!

See breakdown here:



R7 on the left 2ele KLM on the right side

close-up of the "KT32A"
2ele KLM

bad weather on saturday

our FD-QTH

DJ5MW operating

DL1IAO operating

FD-team after the contest                                                                    eMail: dj5mw -at-