Dominic Smith ⇓

REF 2011

An entry in the REF contest in February 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

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□ About the contest

This contest took place from 06:00 UTC on 26 February 2011 until 17:59 on 27 February 2011.

I entered this contest as M0BLF in the SOSB (40m) LP category.

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

Equipment

Rig

□ The Rigs and Antennas used in the entry

I operated using a FT-1000MP, with 100 W. Antennas: Dipole.

Claimed score

□ The summary of points I made during the contest

Contest         : REF Contest
Callsign        : M0BLF
Mode            : PHONE
Category        : Single Operator (SO)
Overlay         : ---
Band(s)         : Single band (SB) 40 m
Class           : Low Power (LP)
Zone/State/...  : DX
Locator         : JO02AF
Operating time  : 2h38

 BAND   QSO DUP DXC DPT  POINTS   AVG 
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   80     0   0   0   0       0  0.00 
   40    39   0   0  35      39  1.00 
   20     0   0   0   0       0  0.00 
   15     0   0   0   0       0  0.00 
   10     0   0   0   0       0  0.00 
--------------------------------------
TOTAL    39   0   0  35      39  1.00 
======================================
         TOTAL SCORE : 1 365

Dupes are not included in QSO counts neither avg calculations

Operators       : M0BLF
Soapbox         : 


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Write-up

□ My comments about the contest

Unfortunately, I did not have as much time as I hoped for this contest. I operated for only a couple of hours on Saturday, and had hoped to return to the shack to continue on Sunday. A flat bicycle tyre prevented this, unfortunately.

QSL Information

QSL Stamp

□ How to get a QSL-Card for a Contest QSO

Left: Me operating M4A in CQWW SSB 2003, Right: Me at Two Bridges, which is near my home QTH on Dartmoor.
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