CENTENNIAL QSO PARTY 

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Il 25 Marzo , sul sito  LOTW , l'ARRL ha comunicato di aver completato i controlli dei log relativi agli Award che l'associazione ha proposto per questo (definito eccezionale per la partecipazione che ha avuto) evento. Infatti nel loro database figurano:per il  CENTENNIAL POINTS CHALLENGE 36056 nominativi di cui 1616 italiani, mentre per il WAS, fatto con le Stazioni portatili W1AW/x, i nominativi sono addirittura 199822 di cui 1366 italiani. In effetti il 2014 con l'iniziativa dell'ARRL, più varie spedizioni DX, è stata un'annata eccezionale per il radiantismo in HF. Per quel che riguarda le attività di casa nostra, credo che potremo ritenerci soddisfatti, anche se la partecipazione non è stata eccezionale, una dozzina di Award dovremmo averli guadagnati. 

Il WAS/x (il più difficile) in teoria anche chi avesse mirato solo alle stazioni che rappresentavano gli stati utili per l'Award, sarebbero stati sufficienti 50 punti per aggiudicarselo, ma era difficile per chi non era adeguatamente attrezzato, per chi non utilizzava tutti i modi e tutte le bande;  anche collegamenti con 200 stazioni W1AW/x non garantivano il successo. Noi purtroppo abbiamo solo 5 nominativi che hanno superato i 50 punti e non credo che con questo credito, si possa avere l'opportunità dell'aggiudicarsi il diploma. Il sottoscritto con 191 collegamenti, tutti in CW, ha solo 44 stati. Di sicuro IK0FUX e IK0XBX con l'alto punteggio raggiunto avranno centrato l'obbiettivo, altri, non crediamo. Per il Centennial Points challenge invece, abbiamo una pioggia di diplomi come si potrà vedere dalle liste estrapolate dal LOTW. Sono di varii livelli,I K0XBX con  i suoi 20095 punti ha raggiunto il quarto livello, il più alto, alcuni il terzo, altri il secondo e anche il primo. Comunque complimenti a tutti partecipanti che con la loro presenza hanno dimostrato che la nostra Associazione è sempre viva e presente in tutte le attività. 

                                             CLASSIFICHE FINALI

  CENTENNIAL POINTS CHALLENGE                                   W1AW/1,2,3 4 ecc.

     CALL                    PUNTI                                                     CALL            PUNTI

  IK0XBX                    20097       (4° liv.)                               IK0FUX         620

  I0ZUT                       10714        (3° liv.)                             IK0XBX        375

  IK0YUT                     9164        (3° liv.)                               I0ZUT           191 (44 STATI)

  IK0FUX                     8235         (3° liv.)                              IK0JRH         162

  IW0SAF                     7191         (2° liv.)                             IK0UTM         56

  IK0EFR                      5280         (2° liv.)                             IZ0FUW          22

  IZ0FUW                     2541         (1° liv.)                             IW0SAF          18

  IQ0PG                        1559         (1° liv.)                            IK0EFR          16

  IK0UTM                     1265         (1° liv.)                             IK0YUT         12

  IZ0DBA                     1089         (1°liv.)                               IZ0FWD         12

  IK0JRH                     1084         (1°liv.)                               IQ0PG             11

  IZ0FWD                     872                                                  IZ0GUS            7

  IZ0GUS                       88

  IW0QPP                       6       -  sui diplomi oltre il livello ,sarà stampato  anche il punteggio raggiunto

 

  I livelli del CENTENNIAL    

  sono:   1000   punti     1° liv.

             3000   punti     2° liv.       

             7500   punti     3° liv.

            15000 punti     4° liv.    

 73,I0ZUT

 

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