Dominic Smith ⇓


An entry in the ARRL DX SSB contest in March 2011
This page is archived. It was last modified in February 2011 and it will probably not be updated.
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The Contest


□ About the contest

This contest took place from 00:00 UTC on 5 March 2011 until 23:59 on 6 March 2011.

I entered this contest as M0BLF in the SOAB HP category.

QTH: G6UW, Cambridge, England
IOTA: EU-005, Great Britain



□ The Rigs and Antennas used in the entry

I operated using a FT-1000MP, with 400 W. Antennas: Stepp-IR.

Adjudicated score

□ The summary of points I made during the contest

For the first time ever, I had a perfect log. Absolutely zero points lost during the adjudication process. Wow.

The final result was 43,026 points, including 202 QSOs and 71 multipliers. This meant that I was 10th place (of 26) in England in the Single-Operator category, and 181st (of 709 entrants) in Europe in that category.


□ My comments about the contest

This was just a quick play in the contest for a few hours on the Saturday, S & P operating only.

Conditions were disappointing on 10m, where only 1 contact was made despite the recent increase in solar activity. It was good to see 15m in good shape, however, which had the additional benefit of keeping 20m relatively orderly.

Multipliers worked

The US States / Canadian provinces contacted are those in blue below:


Multipliers table


Multipliers table


Only Prince Edward Island (PEI) was worked on 10m.

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