A.R.I. 90 YEARS AWARD

 IQ0PG “attivatore” per la regione Umbria  APRILE 2017

1° Aprile 2017 ore 00:01 UTC il primo qso di IQ0PG (Op. Roberto IK0VSY) con UA6AON, apre le operazioni dell’attivazione di IQ0PG in rappresentanza della Regione Umbria (insieme a IQ0GH per Città di Castello e a IQ0TE per Terni) nel A.R.I. 90 YEARS AWARD

Tutti i giorni, per diverse ore al giorno, su più bande e modi in contemporanea (come una vera e propria DXpedition, ma operata nel tempo libero), si sono alternati a microfoni, tasti e tastiere, I0FSP, I0KWX, IK0AZG, IK0EFR, IK0PUL, IK0UTM, IK0VSY, IK0XBX, IW0QO, IZ0ABD, IZ0BVU, IZ0DXD, IZ0PAD che, con una costanza e professionalità eccellenti, hanno consentito di ottenere un risultato di tutto rispetto:

Qso totali fatti:                      4.491

Bande attivate:                     160-80-40-30-20-17-15-10-2 metri

Modi operativi usati:              SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31, JT65 e FSK441

Country DXCC collegati:        100

Ore di attività “On Air”:         95:00

Nominativi unici:                  3.511

Qso in SSB:                         3.527

Qso in CW:                          732

Qso in DIGITAL:                   232

Cliccando sul link www.ik0xbx.com/sh5/2017%20DXPDN%20IQ0PG si potranno analizzare tutti i numeri dell’attivazione, log completo e statistiche a non finire per capire meglio le operazioni fatte, basta cliccare sui vari link per vedere mappe, dati, grafici.

Guarda le mappe dei countries collegati da IQ0PG U90ARI1-->>

I qso sono stati caricati già durante le operazioni sul log on line clublog.org in modo da dare la possibilità ai corrispondenti di verificare la validità dei loro qso e poter poi richiedere direttamente on line (OQRS) la qsl di IQ0PG.

Tutti i qso sono stati confermati su LoTW e su Eqsl.cc, in attesa che vengano stampate le QSL dedicate appositamente a questa attivazione che ha visto attribuire alla IQ0PG lo speciale codice “SASC” U90ARI1 valido per il nuovo Diploma Delle Sezioni 

 

Un ringraziamento va a tutti gli operatori che hanno dato la loro disponibilità di tempo all’attivazione, in particolare a Roberto IK0VSY che da solo ha realizzato oltre 1.800 QSO, costantemente presente in radio.

I collegamenti fatti da ciascun operatore sono stati, in ordine alfabetico:

I0FSP  63 – I0KWX 102 – IK0AZG 201 – IK0EFR 117 – IK0PUL 76 – IK0UTM 101 – IK0VSY 1.822 – IK0XBX 900 – IW0QO 14 – IZ0ABD 103 – IZ0BVU  144 - IZ0DXD 519 – IZ0PAD 329 

73 de Francesco IK0XBX

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