CONTEST DELLE SEZIONI 2015

Report di Francesco IK0XBX:

Dopo la partecipazione di IQ0PG al contest ARI DX il 13 e 14 giugno 2015 abbiamo partecipato anche al Contest delle Sezioni, per permettere alla nostra stazione di sezione di partecipare anche alla Coppa ARI. Consapevoli di non poter competere con stazioni ben più attrezzate, esperte e geograficamente meglio messe, abbiamo partecipato in maniera “light”, permettendoci anche il “lusso” di dormire la notte per riprendere la domenica mattina dopo una buona colazione e un caldo caffè … Gli operatori che hanno dato “voce” alla IQ0PG sono stati IK0AZG, IK0EFR, IK0XBX, I0KWX, I0FSP, IZ0MQN, IK0PUL con Gianni IK0AZG che ha fatto la parte del leone presenziando praticamente per tutta la durata delle operazioni. 

Il contest si è svolto praticamente quasi tutto in fonia...; al solito gli italiani sono “pigri” in CW e RTTY e si faticato molto riuscire a spostare le stazioni dai “soliti” 40 SSB alle altre bande e/o modi, per lavorare qualche moltiplicatore in più, nonostante tutto dai declared score IQ0PG è a metà classifica, 12° posto con quasi 200.000 punti e 400 qso (faremo meglio il prossimo anno dai !!!). Hanno inoltre partecipato al contest, anche IK0XBX come Singolo Operatore Mixed High Power (nelle ore in cui non ha operato la IQ0PG), I0ZUG come Singolo Operatore Mixed Low Power, IK0VSY e IW0SAF come Singolo Operatore SSB High Power, IW0BHE come Singolo Operatore SSB Low Power coprendo un totale di 5 categorie e facendo conseguire anche questa volta alla Sezione di Perugia il diploma di partecipazione che si ottiene partecipando con diverse stazioni ad un minimo di 5 categorie diverse. 73 de Francesco IK0XBX 

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