Finally we got a longer rainscatter opening here in the northern part of Europe.

But I managed only to work 4 different stations during the 3 hours, no one qrv !!

Signals were weak in the start at 18:02z, but at 20:15z the signal were really huge, did work Daniel(DL3AIE) with 59 on SSB, very easy to read.

Also managed to work 2 tropo qso’s.

All worked with 15W and 48 cm.

Radar map from first qso with DL3IAE :

dl3iae-10-08-2015

Here my log :

QSO worked by OZ7Z on all bands
Type of propagation: All Mode: All mode
From 10/08/2015 to 10/08/2015 Distance over: 0 Km.


DATE TIME CALLSIGN LOCATOR TX RX BAND MODE PRO. REMARKS QRB
10/08/2015 18:02 DL3IAE JN49DE 52s 52s 10 GHz CW RS 647
10/08/2015 18:24 DK7QX JO42KH 539 559 10 GHz CW TR 298
10/08/2015 18:31 DL3IAS JN49EJ 52s 53s 10 GHz CW RS 624
10/08/2015 18:47 DK2MN JO32MC 55s 55s 10 GHz CW RS 364
10/08/2015 19:03 DL7QY JN59BD 41s 51s 10 GHz CW RS 644
10/08/2015 20:03 DL3IAE JN49DE 57s 57s 10 GHz CW RS 647
10/08/2015 20:18 DL3IAE JN49DE 59s 59s 10 GHz SSB RS Easy to read 647
10/08/2015 20:25 DL3IAS JN49EJ 57s 57s 10 GHz SSB RS Easy to read 624
10/08/2015 21:29 DL5EBS JO31LH 529 529 10 GHz CW TR 445

Number of QSO listed: 9

OZ1ALS 144 MHz NAC July 2015

Here the result from August, we worked with 4x4 and 4x6 and 1000W. We had someproblems with the 4x4. not working 100% because of some antenna mismatch.

QSOs:             213
QSO points:       92302
Points:           126802
Average pts/QSO:  595.31
Average qsop/QSO: 433.34
Points/50 QSOs:   21514


  WWLs: 69
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JO31:  6503  15    JN68:  1523   2    JN67:   803   1    JO46:   569   3    
JO10:  5202   8    JO40:  1494   3    JO64:   760   4    JO69:   539   1    
JO20:  4702   8    JO99:  1470   2    JO23:   755   2    JO83:   532   1    
JO21:  3976   8    JN38:  1451   2    JP71:   752   1    JO66:   510   2    
JO42:  3682  12    JO41:  1437   4    JO01:   732   1    JO61:   500   1    
JO32:  3280   9    JO33:  1406   5    KO06:   714   1    JO71:   492   1    
JO50:  3263   6    JO70:  1301   2    JO76:   701   2    JO87:   455   1    
JN49:  3188   5    JO68:  1237   3    IO92:   699   1    JO51:   368   1    
JO02:  2753   4    JO81:  1172   2    JO67:   699   2    JO45:   366   4    
JO43:  2102  11    JO73:  1136   3    JP70:   699   1    JO52:   332   1    
JN39:  1992   3    JO74:  1122   3    JO89:   691   1    JO54:   304   3    
JO59:  1959   4    JO94:  1105   2    JO80:   680   1    JO63:   294   1    
JN69:  1806   3    JO62:  1066   3    JN48:   671   1    JO75:   287   1    
JO22:  1782   4    JO60:  1051   2    JN79:   643   1    JO53:   145   1    
JO11:  1754   3    JO78:  1004   2    JO92:   622   1    JO44:    26   1    
JO82:  1596   3    JN37:   874   1    JO57:   597   2    
JO30:  1564   3    JO86:   860   2    JO55:   597   5    
JO58:  1562   5    JO65:   814   4    JO79:   579   1    

  DXCCs: 12
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  DL: 34506  87      SP:  7285  15       G:  4184   6      LA:  1959   4    
  SM: 13019  31      ON:  7149  12      OK:  3788   6      HB:   874   1    
  PA: 11246  26       F:  5475   8      OZ:  2103  16      YL:   714   1    

  Hours
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Hours                         Points                          QSOs   AVG pts/QSO
17-18:[*******************]36401 : [*******************] 86 :  423  odx HB9MFM
18-19:[**************     ]27623 : [**************     ] 61 :  452  odx SK0EN
19-20:[*********          ]19316 : [**********         ] 44 :  439  odx SM4DXO
20-21:[****               ] 8962 : [*****              ] 22 :  407  odx DL6MFK

  TOP 10 DX QSOs:
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HB9MFM        JN37SG  873 km by OZ1ALS 
DL6MFK        JN67JX  802 km by OZ1ALS 
DM5TI         JN68FF  770 km by OZ1ALS 
SK0EN         JO99JX  765 km by OZ1ALS 
DL3RBH        JN68IK  751 km by OZ1ALS 
SM4DXO        JP71SB  751 km by OZ1ALS 
F4FCW         JN38FO  748 km by OZ1ALS 
G3MLO         JO01MD  731 km by OZ1ALS 
G6UW          JO02AF  721 km by OZ1ALS 
G4NBS         JO02AF  721 km by OZ1ALS 

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During the VUSHF Fieldday at OZ1ALS, we had some portable 3cm equipment with us, so why not work some RS qso’s. I worked OK2A, but with 2 test leads instead of a cw-key, it can be a challenge.

Here OZ7Z is working OK2A  (also on picture OZ9DT(left) and OZ1LPR. Video by OZ1ALF) :