CQWW CW e SSB CONTEST 2015 - Risultati e diplomi soci ARIPG

Report by I0ZUT:

I risultati del CQWW CW e SSB 2015, sono stati ufficializzati ed anche questa volta i soci della Sezione ARI di Perugia hanno fatto la loro bella figura !!! Di seguito i piazzamenti dei soci ARI PG nei due contest, estrapolati dal sito CQWW. Le classifiche sono interessanti da analizzare in quanto mostrano, oltre le penalità, anche gli orari di operazione. Collegandosi al sito di CQWW, si possono anche scaricare i diplomi in formato pdf.

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CALL CATEGORIA QSO RIS.FINALE DECLARED PEN. ORE OPER. CLAS.ITALY
               
I0UZF 10 NO ASS LP 1190 508344 516550 -4,2 26,9 1° di 3
IW0SAF 10 ASS HP 345 48024 54000 -11,1 7 8° di 11
IZ0DXD 20 ASS LP 513 90400 96437 -6,2 36,2 2° di 3
IZ0FUW 20 ASS QRP 403 43344 46980 -8,5 15,4 1° di 2
IK0UTM AB NO ASS HP 131 27876 29070 -4,1 3,5 32° di 46
IK0YUT AB NO ASS HP 162 21167 24318 -9,1 2,9 35° di 46
IK0VSY AB NO ASS HP 53 3102 3465 -7,9 4,3 41° di 46
IK0FUX AB ASS HP 199 77556 78526 -1,3 10,5 17° di 27
IK0XBX AB ASS HP 529 331215 345717 -4,2 10,7 10° di 27
I0ZUT AB NO ASS LP 167 37873 40016 -5,2 8,7 46° dI 146
               
      CW        
I0UZF 10 ASS LP 750 219532 229229 4,5 21,5 1° di 3
IK0EFR 15 ASS LP 649 207554 223097 -6,96 22,2 UNICO ITALY
IK0YUT 20 ASS HP 1568 527304 568160 -7,19 31,9 2° di 2
IK0FUX 40 ASS HP 613 156745 161768 -3,1 17,7 6° di 8
IK0XBX 80 ASS HP 358 49797 55348 -10,02 9 2° di 4
I0ZUT AB NO ASS LP 606 295504 314311 -5,98 21,3 5° di 64
               

Le classifiche e i log sono disponibili all'indirizzo    http://cqww.com/scoresph.htm

73 a tutti de Giampiero I0ZUT

Ricevitore SDR ARI PG

Previsioni Meteo Umbria

Risorse di RADIOASTRONOMIA ed E.M.E. by I0NAA

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