Midwinter QSO-party

Midwintercontest 2011 final results (Dutch)

 

YL SSB

  1. GM4YMM                  4032        
  2. UX7FB             2057        
  3. IT9ESZ                1400
  4. F4GBV               572
  5. 2M0IMP               224   

 

YL CW

  1. DL5YL                900
  2. DL2FCA               882
  3. F5RPB              235  
  4. DL6KCR                  205            
  5. OK1KI                  189
  6. UX7FD                  23              

        

OM SSB     

  1. DL1DXF                360            
  2. RW3AI                5              
  3. UA3LHL              5              

 

OM CW

  1. PA2PCH                1150            
  2. HA5AZC                366              
  3. PA1HR                  365                
  4. OK1ARO               270                
  5. PA0GRU               268                
  6. PA0XAW               250                
  7. YL3DX               235                
  8. EU6AA               185                
  9. RA3NC               156                
  10. LZ2FM               84                
  11. UA3VVB               72                
  12. F9KP               54                

 

ALL MIXED

  1. PA3GQF/P               100             

 

SWL

  1. NL-8992               909             
  2. R3A-847              68              

 

CHECKLOG: DL1JHB, M5YLO, G0GFL, DL3KWR

 

Dear participants,

 

Here are the results of the Midwinter QSO Party 2011.There were 29 participants and as you can see most participated in CW. Hopefully you all had fun. The conditions were poor once again but the most heard comment was that there was not much activity. There was almost no interference with other contests this year. I was only active with PI4YLC in CW this year, due to other obligations later that day at scouting. I wasn’t able to find another YL operator to cover for me. Unfortunately there was no YL participation from the Netherlands, but this time 6 OM ‘s from PA were active!

This year there were a lot of changes in the rules. Most of you calculated the multipliers correctly, YL stations count as multiplier instead of DXCC countries.
Most logs were emailed to me in Cabrillo, which is the preferred format for entering your log. I received three paperlogs. You will also find the results on this website: http://midwintercontest.veron.nl/

Congratulations to all winners, you will receive your certificate by email.
Hope to hear you in 2012 in the next Midwinter QSO Party!

 

73 88 de Chantal-PA5YL
Midwinter QSO party manager
VERON Traffic Bureau

Email: pa5yl99@veron.nl(zonder99)