ARI INTERNATIONAL DX CONTEST 2019

Sono stati pbblicati i risultati dell' ARI INTERNATIONAL DX CONTEST 2019. Il pdf con la classifica completa ed i commenti dei partecipanti, è scaricabile dal sito dell'ARI Nazionale al seguente link: http://www.ari.it/images/stories/ContestHF/8-ARIDX2019-RisultatiItalia.pdf  L’edizione 2019 è stata caratterizzata dalla propagazione ai minimi, con condizioni in generale peggiori rispetto agli ultimi anni. Questo si è visto specialmente in 10 e 15 metri dove i contatti sono stati pochissimi. In controtendenza la partecipazione, che aumenta attestandosi a 1296 log ricevuti - 321 log italiani (+ 13% rispetto allo scorso anno) 975 log DX (+14% rispetto alla passata edizione). 

La Sezione ARI DI PERUGIA, con i propri operatori è riuscita a coprire 10 delle 11 categorie previste.... un bel risultato in termini di partecipazione.

I piazzamenti dei soci che hanno inviato i loro log, sono i seguenti:

IK0YUT 10° SOP CW HP  -  I0ZUT 26° SOP CW LP  -  IK0VSY 24° SOP SSB HP   

IZ0DXD 19° SOP SSB LP  -  IU0LRV 40° SOP SSB LP  -  IZ0FWD 4° SOP RTTY HP

IK0UTM 24° SOP RTTY LP  -  IK0XBX 6° SOP MIX HP  -  I0ZUG 24° SOP MIX LP

IQ0PG 15° MOP MIX  -  IU0LRV 12° ROOKIE  -  I0KWX 4° SWL

SEZIONE DI PERUGIA 16° Su 120 

Ringraziamo tutti i partecipanti per avere dedicato il loro tempo al contest, consentendo alla nostra Sezione di classificarsi, con i migliori punteggi di ciascuna categoria sommati fra loro, al 16. posto, su 120 sezioni partecipanti.

Invitiamo i soci ad allenarsi per partecipare all'edizione 2020 (2 e 3 maggio 2020), con l'obiettivo di ottenere un risultato ancora più performante e tornare, come era un tempo, fra i primi 3 classificati nella categoria sezioni.

73 de IK0XBX

Ricevitore SDR ARI PG

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