[Moon-Net] [Moon] ARRL contest Microwave leg.

Zdenek SAMEK-OK1DFC ok1dfc at seznam.cz
Mon Sep 23 22:22:58 CEST 2019

Hi EME gang, I was QRV during MW part with new offset dish 2,4m. More you 
can find, if interesting, on my web, in section 10 GHz. I have worked 28 
QSOs. RX performance of new dish is excellent and I really join. Pity that 
activity were so low. Worked stations are:


 OZ1LPR, DL0EF #23, RA3EME #27 JT, F5VKQ #28 JT -9/-12, F4VTA #29 JT -10/-
 11, W3SZ #30 JT -9/-15, SP6JLW , G4NNS #24, OK1CA -8/R-14, OK2AQ 0,8571429,
 UR5LX , JA1WQF, SP3XBO #25, OK1CA, ZS1LS #31 JT -12/R-14, HB9Q -9/R-14, OK1
 KIR -6/R-10, 9A5AA #26 #25DXCC, KN0WS #32 JT -16/R-19, SM2CEW #27, K2UYH -
 13/R-13, WA9FWD #28, PA0BAT #32 JT, DB6NT , VE4MA , OH2DG, DF1OI , VE4MA #
 33 JT -17/R-14

I heard twice Paul WA6PY in QSO, but did not find him with CQ. If anybody 
want try QSo and do the test, send me email. 

73 and GL to all

Zdenek - OK1DFC
QRV EME 144 MHz - 24 GHz
WAC 432 - 1296 - 2320 MHz
WAZ #9 - WAS 432 #29
DXCC 432 - 1296 MHz

---------- Původní e-mail ----------
Od: Ingolf, SM6FHZ via Moon <moon at moonbounce.info>
Komu: Peter Blair <g3ltf at btinternet.com>
Datum: 23. 9. 2019 21:49:15
Předmět: Re: [Moon] ARRL contest Microwave leg. 
"Hi all.
I was on 6cm only and I can second Peter's comment about activity from an
6cm perspective. 6cm seems to have lost popularity a lot from previous
years. I managed to make the following QSO's; Sept 21: OK1CA, UR5LX,
#VE6BGT and VE6TA, Sept 22: JA4BLC, G3LTF, UA6PTW and #F5IGK. All on CW,
without any logger soliciting.
Great pleasure to work 2 new stations without any pre-notice. Very nice
surprise, thanks a lot and warm welcome to 6cm EME! Hope you will enjoy it.
I heard no other stations on the band, but understand I missed a few. Maybe
because I did not call CQ constantly on a empty band nor took a hound-hour
pass Saturday morning (but I spent 45 minutes early Sunday morning and went
back to resting after that).
No US stations heard in this ARRL contest, quite an surprise as well.
I understand running multi-band during this contest is a masterpiece in
compromising, trying to satisfy all constraints with bands and Moon
availability for all different stations. It turns out like all compromise,
dissatisfaction in a lot of places :-)
At Least I got time for the final touch in painting the house done during
the w/e. That satisfies me :-)
73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ


Den sön 22 sep. 2019 kl 23:10 skrev Peter Blair via Moon <
moon at moonbounce.info>:

> I started on 13cm and worked (all CW) UA3PTW, OK1KIR, RA3EME, SP6OPN,
> and KL6M. I changed the feed to 6cm before the end of the 1st pass and
> worked VE6TA, K2UYH and HB9Q. At MR on the second pass I worked UA3PTW and
> JA4BLC and later SM6FHZ and VE6BGT #. I then changed the feed to 9cm and
> worked WA6PY, OH1LRY, KL6M, SM3BYA, LZ1DX, K2UYH and HB9Q. Activity seemed
> down on previous years on these bands, especially 13cm but maybe because
> more were concentrating on 3cm. Conditions were good, near moon-set on 6cm
> , close to the doppler reversal point and with very slow libration, I was
> getting some amazing ssb echoes on the peaks.
> Thanks to all for the nice QSOs
> 73, Peter G3LTF
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