Location

Panoramic View From Site

After our success in 2019, 2020 was something of a disappointment in a lot of ways with many contests and other events being cancelled or re-jigged into a pandemic friendly format. Indeed, even in 2021 a number of high profile events such as Newark Hamfest and the RSGB Convention are not going ahead or are only going ahead in a virtual format.

We were pleased, therefore, when it became apparent that VHF Field Day was going to return to the “traditional” rules and operation especially as our area of the United Kingdom did not have any special measures or pandemic rules applied to it at the time of the contest.

We returned to our most recent operating location in Clutton, part of deepest, darkest rural Bath and North East Somerset. This location offers an elevation of just under 200m above Ordnance Datum and is pretty much the highest point in the locality with a good take-off in all directions.

The site does house a cell phone tower but this did not create any significant problems.

Introduction

The Saturday team comprised (in no particular order): Paul G4PDC, Ken G4XCB, Andy G7KNA, Mark M0SKV and Greg M7BUF who was taking part in his first contest since acquiring his licence during full lockdown in 2020.

At the appointed rendezvous time of 11:00, some of the team were on site with the rest turning up almost exactly late! Despite this by 11:30 some progress was being made towards setting up antennas

AntennasAntennas

In the photos above, the 14 element beam attached to the horsebox is the 2m beam whilst the beam mounted on the disused telegraph pole is the dual band 4m/6m beam. Also visible in the right-hand photo is one of a family of goats that we have to share our field with. These lovely, inquisitive creatures are mostly harmless (as the Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy will describe Earth), however from a radio perspective they have something of a drawback and that is their innate curiosity which involves nibbling anything that is new in their environment. This can make the placement of feeders, power cables, rotator control cables and the like quite critical if we’re not to have a sudden shutdown or increase in SWR as power cables or coaxial feeder are nibbled.

Setup on the Saturday was more or less straightforward, we managed to misplace an adapter cable for one of the headphone splitters but managed to bodge a temporary fix. Setup was in the dry but later in the day once operations had begun we experienced periods of rain.

More AntennasThe Beam

The Sunday team comprised: Joe 2E0EIC (the “DX Wrangler”), Paul G4PDC, Ken G4XCB and Andy G7KNA. The weather was similar to the Saturday remaining dry during the competition period but turning for the worse in the late afternoon resulting in the crew dismantling the operation getting very wet as equipment was ferried from the operating post to the cars for transport hither and yon.

The DX WranglerCatering

Overall Saturday seemed to follow the usual pattern on 2m, there were perhaps a few less stations about and we didn’t hear EI9E at all over the weekend which was unusual. 6m was a band of two halves, the early operating period saw it acting very similarly to 2m then around 17:00 – 18:00 the band seemed to open with much longer paths becoming the norm, looking at the map of contacts in the analysis below there are clearly two distinct groups of contacts but oddly nothing into near Europe where 2m was able to make some coverage.

Sunday was more of a challenge, 2m was flat and there were few stations that we hadn’t worked on Saturday. Joe 2E0EIC who became known as our “DX Wrangler” managed to winkle out some good DX stations in Europe. It was hard work and we made slow progress getting the last 19 stations in our log to record a 3 figure QSO count, although we did get our best DX into Germany on the Sunday morning thanks to Joe.

4m seemed sparse, although 4 (14%) of the stations we worked were reporting serial numbers above 50 and 2 (7%) others were above 40 with 4 hours to go in the contest so maybe we weren’t trying hard enough. That said, we manged more contacts and more points than in 2019 when we last operated 4m with the same setup at the same location.

6m Results

The results presented below have been determined following analysis of the unadjudicated log, and will not be updated once results are known.

Number of QSOs

Table 1, below, presents the disposition of QSOs across the operating period and calculates both the average QSO/Hour and by how much each hour deviates from the average. This table when tracked over a number of years can provide an insight into the best times to operate.

Table 1 – QSOs Recorded (6m)

Day Time (UTC) Hour QSOs %age of QSOs Deviation from Average QSOs/Hour Cumulative QSOs Cumulative %age of QSOs Cumulative QSOs/Hour
 
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14:00 – 15:00 1 20 33.90% 137.29% 20 33.90% 20.00
15:00 – 16:00 2 6 10.17% -28.81% 26 44.07% 13.00
16:00 – 17:00 3 2 3.39% -76.27% 28 47.46% 9.33
17:00 – 18:00 4 8 13.56% -5.08% 36 61.02% 9.00
18:00 – 19:00 5 14 23.73% 66.10% 50 84.75% 10.00
19:00 – 20:00 6 6 10.17% -28.81% 56 94.92% 9.33
20:00 – 21:00 7 3 5.08% -64.41% 59 100.00% 8.43
21:00 – 22:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
22:00 – 23:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
23:00 – 00:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
 
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00:00 – 01:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
01:00 – 02:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
02:00 – 03:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
03:00 – 04:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
04:00 – 05:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
05:00 – 06:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
06:00 – 07:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
07:00 – 08:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
08:00 – 09:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
09:00 – 10:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
10:00 – 11:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
11:00 – 12:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
12:00 – 13:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
13:00 – 14:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 59 100.00% 8.43
TOTALS 59 100.00%  

An early flurry of contacts in the first hour saw us pick up about one third of the total number of contacts for the operating period, followed by a bit of a lull although our 6m team might have been doubling as catering staff during hour 3. An early evening resurgence saw us find another quarter of our overall contacts. We did persevere in the last hour of the 6m contest but didn’t find anything that hadn’t already been worked.

Points Scored

Table 2, below, presents the disposition of points scored across the operating period and calculates both the average points/QSO and by how much each hour deviates from the average. This table when read in conjunction with the QSO rate above can provide an insight into the best times to operate, as it is not always the most frenetic periods that yield the best distances.

Table 2 – Points Scored (6m)

Day Time (UTC) Hour Points Average Points/QSO %age of Total Points Deviation From Average Points/QSO Cumulative Points Cumulative Percentage of Points
 
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14:00 – 15:00 1 5152 257.60 13.85% -59.15% 5152 13.85%
15:00 – 16:00 2 1592 265.33 4.28% -57.92% 6744 18.13%
16:00 – 17:00 3 1533 766.50 4.12% 21.56% 8277 22.25%
17:00 – 18:00 4 7820 977.50 21.02% 55.03% 16097 43.27%
18:00 – 19:00 5 17884 1,277.43 48.07% 102.59% 33981 91.34%
19:00 – 20:00 6 2267 377.83 6.09% -40.08% 36248 97.44%
20:00 – 21:00 7 954 318.00 2.56% -49.57% 37202 100.00%
21:00 – 22:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
22:00 – 23:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
23:00 – 00:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
 
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00:00 – 01:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
01:00 – 02:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
02:00 – 03:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
03:00 – 04:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
04:00 – 05:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
05:00 – 06:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
06:00 – 07:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
07:00 – 08:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
08:00 – 09:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
09:00 – 10:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
10:00 – 11:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
11:00 – 12:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
12:00 – 13:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
13:00 – 14:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 37202 100.00%
TOTALS 37202 630.54 100.00%  

Although the first 2 hours accounted for 44% of our total contacts it only accounted for 18% of our total claimed points, these contacts were relatively local and this trend continued, all be it less dramatically due to the limited number of contacts during hours 3 and 4. By the end of hour 4 we had worked over 60% of our total contacts but only amassed 43% of our total claimed points. Then came hour 5; hour 5 coincided with a change in the band. Not only did hour 5 provide 23% of the total stations worked but it also accounted for 48% of the total claimed score.

Distances Worked

Tables 3 and 4, below, present a summary of the distances worked. The best DX on 6m was SM2EKM at 2117km

Table 3 – Distances Worked (6m)

Distance Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Stations Worked
Dist ≤ 1km 1 1.72%
1km < Dist ≤ 5km 2 3.45%
5km < Dist ≤ 10km 1 1.72%
10km < Dist ≤ 20km 3 5.17%
20km < Dist ≤ 50km 5 8.62%
50km < Dist ≤ 100km 10 17.24%
100km < Dist ≤ 200km 9 15.52%
200km < Dist ≤ 350km 6 10.34%
350km < Dist ≤ 500km 0 0.00%
500km < Dist ≤ 750km 1 1.72%
750km < Dist ≤ 1000km 0 0.00%
1000km < Dist ≤ 1500km 6 10.34%
1500km < Dist ≤ 2000km 13 22.41%
2000km < Dist 1 1.72%
TOTALS 58 100.00%

Distribution of Distances

Table 4 – Statistical Analysis of Distances Worked (6m)

Quantity Value Population
Mean Distance (km) 641  
Median Distance (km) 156  
Mode (km) 14 3
1 Standard Deviation 742.36 65.52%
2 Standard Deviation 1,484.73 100.00%
3 Standard Deviation 2,227.09 100.00%

The distribution of distances shows two distinct peaks. There is a peak around 100km with 10 stations being in the 50km – 100km range and a further 9 being in the 100km – 200km range which corresponds to the early hours of the contest when there was a lot of similarities between 6m and 2m. Then there is a second peak in the 1500km – 2000km range which shows what happened as the band opened and good European stations became available.

Countries Worked

The tables below show the number of stations from each country with a specific breakdown for UK stations. The tables are generic allowing flexibility in the website code rather than aspirational in terms of the countries we expect to contact.

Table 5A – UK Stations Worked (6m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
England G, GX, 2E, M, MX 34 57.63%
Special Events GB 0 0.00%
Isle of Man GD, GT, 2D, MD, MT 0 0.00%
Northern Ireland GI, GN, 2I, MI, MN 0 0.00%
Jersey GJ, GH, 2J, MJ, MH 0 0.00%
Scotland GM, GS, 2M, MM, MS 1 1.69%
Guernsey GU, GP, 2U, MU, MP 0 0.00%
RSGB 2013 Centenary Stations GV, 2V, MV 0 0.00%
Wales GW, GC, 2W, MW, MC 4 6.78%
Club Stations (included above) GX, MX, GT, MT, GN, MN, GH, MH, GS, MS, GP, MP, GC, MC 0 0.00%
SUB-TOTAL United Kingdom Stations 39 66.10%

Table 5B – Non UK Stations Worked (6m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
Andorra C3 0 0.00%
Austria OE 0 0.00%
Belgium ON, OO, OP, OQ, OR, OS, OT 0 0.00%
Croatia 9A 2 3.39%
Cyprus 5B, C4 0 0.00%
Czech Republic OK, OL 1 1.69%
Denmark 5P, OZ 0 0.00%
Eire EI, EJ 0 0.00%
France (inc Overseas Territories) F, TM, TO, TX 0 0.00%
Germany DA, DB, DC, DD, DF, DG, DH, DJ, DK, DL, DP, DR 0 0.00%
Gibraltar ZB, ZG 0 0.00%
Greece J4, SV 0 0.00%
Hungary HA, HG 3 5.08%
Italy I, IA, IB, IC, ID, IE, IF, IG, IH, IK, IL, IN, IP, IR, IT, IV, IW, IX 0 0.00%
Liechtenstein HB0 0 0.00%
Lithuania LY 2 3.39%
Luxembourg LX 0 0.00%
Monaco 3A 0 0.00%
Netherlands (inc Antilles) PA, PB, PD, PE, PI, PJ 0 0.00%
Norway LA, LB, LC, LG, LI, LJ, LN 0 0.00%
Poland HF, SN, SO, SP, SQ, SR 5 8.47%
Portugal (inc Azores) CT, CU 0 0.00%
San Marino T7 0 0.00%
Sardinia IM, IS 0 0.00%
Slovak Republic OM 0 0.00%
Slovenia 7S 0 0.00%
Spain (inc Overseas Islands, Territories, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla) AM, AN, AO, EA, EB, EC, ED, EF, EG, EH 2 3.39%
Sweden 8S, S5, SE, SH, SI, SJ, SL, SM 4 6.78%
Switzerland HB, HE 0 0.00%
Ukraine UT 1 1.69%
Vatican City HV 0 0.00%
SUB-TOTAL Non United Kingdom Stations 20 33.90%

Table 5C – Summary of Stations Worked (6m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
SUB-TOTAL United Kingdom Stations 39 66.10%
SUB-TOTAL Non United Kingdom Stations 20 33.90%
TOTAL MATCHED All UK and Non UK Stations 59 100.00%
Unmatched Callsigns Possible Log Errors or Foreign Special Event or similar Stations 0 0.00%
FINAL TOTAL All Stations inc Unmatched Callsigns 59 100.00%

We had to amend the spreadsheet that produces the tabulation and web code to take Ukraine, Lithuania and Croatia into the table, so these were clearly a first for us on 6m.

Location of Stations Worked on 6m

Submitted Log

Once the submission date has passed, we will publish our full submitted log. If any information is received post submission updates will appear in the “Notes” column.

We normally get round to uploading our Field Day contest logs to eQSL.cc, but otherwise do not exchange QSL cards in this event. If you wish to QSL traditionally please send information via the RSGB Bureau.

VHF National Field Day 2021 – (6m Band) Log

Date (UTC) Time (UTC) Station Worked Band Mode Sent Received Locator Distance
(km)
Notes Points
RST Serial RST Serial
03/07/21 14:14 MW0OMB 6m SSB 59 001 59 005 IO81hn 63   63
03/07/21 14:17 G3RDQ/P 6m SSB 59 002 59 005 IO81aa 106   106
03/07/21 14:18 GW5NF 6m SSB 59 003 59 001 IO81kq 55   55
03/07/21 14:18 G3TKF 6m SSB 59 004 59 004 IO81ri 1   1
03/07/21 14:20 G0DRX 6m SSB 59 005 59 001 IO81rj 5   5
03/07/21 14:22 GW4CC/P 6m SSB 59 006 59 002 IO71un 124   124
03/07/21 14:23 G4ELJ 6m SSB 59 007 57 006 IO91ph 128   128
03/07/21 14:24 G7OGG 6m SSB 59 008 59 003 IO81qw 66   66
03/07/21 14:25 G4DMC 6m SSB 59 009 59 002 IO81wi 29   29
03/07/21 14:32 G3XDY 6m SSB 59 010 59 010 JO02ob 271   271
03/07/21 14:34 UT3VF/P 6m SSB 59 011 59 004 KO20vs 1969   1969
03/07/21 14:35 G4ALE/P 6m SSB 59 012 59 017 IO91xg 175   175
03/07/21 14:38 MW0OMB 6m SSB 59 013 59 007 IO81hn 0   0
03/07/21 14:39 G4KZD 6m SSB 59 014 59 004 IO91ru 149   149
03/07/21 14:39 G0WYD 6m SSB 59 015 59 002 IO91df 60   60
03/07/21 14:42 2E0GCK 6m SSB 59 016 59 006 IO81vn 33   33
03/07/21 14:43 G8IBP/P 6m SSB 59 017 59 009 IO91gs 89   89
03/07/21 14:45 M3FGR 6m SSB 55 018 59 004 IO91cn 57   57
03/07/21 14:49 G1KAR/P 6m SSB 59 019 59 012 JO00dr 210   210
03/07/21 14:52 EA7JUR 6m SSB 59 020 59 004 IM87wh 1562   1562
03/07/21 15:00 M0LJT 6m SSB 59 021 59 001 IO81rl 14   14
03/07/21 15:19 G4NKT 6m SSB 59 022 59 001 IO81rl 14   14
03/07/21 15:25 EA5IWZ 6m SSB 59 023 59 012 IM98pb 1485   1485
03/07/21 15:34 M3VBH 6m SSB 59 024 59 004 IO80qw 47   47
03/07/21 15:38 M7BBZ 6m SSB 59 025 59 001 IO81qj 8   8
03/07/21 15:39 G5BBL 6m SSB 59 026 59 003 IO81vh 24   24
03/07/21 16:28 M5W 6m SSB 59 027 59 022 IO80gw 79   79
03/07/21 16:57 SP2WDW 6m SSB 59 028 59 048 JO94hi 1454   1454
03/07/21 17:00 G0ARC/P 6m SSB 59 029 59 025 IO91eh 64   64
03/07/21 17:04 G2BQY/P 6m SSB 59 030 59 076 IO81rf 14   14
03/07/21 17:07 G3MDD/P 6m SSB 59 031 59 042 IO91qs 141   141
03/07/21 17:38 M0BAA/P 6m SSB 59 032 59 068 JO01kj 238   238
03/07/21 17:45 SM2EKM 6m SSB 59 033 59 006 KP05uw 2117   2117
03/07/21 17:49 SE5S 6m SSB 59 034 59 048 JP90eh 1631   1631
03/07/21 17:55 LY0NAS 6m SSB 59 035 59 010 KO24or 1880   1880
03/07/21 17:59 SP8AWL 6m SSB 59 036 59 001 KO11gg 1735   1735
03/07/21 18:00 G0SKA 6m SSB 59 037 59 056 IO91oq 127   127
03/07/21 18:02 SM0KFV 6m SSB 59 038 59 001 JO89tn 1556   1556
03/07/21 18:12 G0GGG 6m SSB 59 039 59 001 IO81ve 30   30
03/07/21 18:13 HA4ND 6m SSB 59 040 59 004 JN97mj 1617   1617
03/07/21 18:16 SP7MJL 6m SSB 59 041 59 014 KO02cf 1562   1562
03/07/21 18:24 G8IB/P 6m SSB 59 042 59 001 IO91vl 163   163
03/07/21 18:28 SP5FKW 6m SSB 59 043 59 016 KO02nf 1624   1624
03/07/21 18:29 9A8D 6m SSB 59 044 59 017 JN95lm 1706   1706
03/07/21 18:30 HA7LW 6m SSB 59 045 59 008 JN97wm 1669   1669
03/07/21 18:32 9A2MW 6m SSB 59 046 59 036 JN75vw 1471   1471
03/07/21 18:38 LY1KAP/P 6m SSB 59 047 59 130 KO25vl 1919   1919
03/07/21 18:39 S51DI 6m SSB 59 048 59 056 JN76vl 1441   1441
03/07/21 18:53 SP2WIW 6m SSB 59 049 59 073 JO82uu 1389   1389
03/07/21 18:55 HA7SQ 6m SSB 59 050 59 013 JN97nq 1610   1610
03/07/21 19:27 G2OP/P 6m SSB 59 051 59 110 IO91gi 76   76
03/07/21 19:43 G5LK/P 6m SSB 59 052 59 111 JO01qd 274   274
03/07/21 19:46 OK2PVF 6m SSB 59 053 59 086 JN99gu 1493   1493
03/07/21 19:52 G3IOI 6m SSB 59 054 59 003 IO81rj 5   5
03/07/21 19:55 G3VEF/P 6m SSB 59 055 55 021 IO91ja 101   101
03/07/21 19:59 G6IPU/P 6m SSB 59 056 59 061 JO02qv 318   318
03/07/21 20:00 G4BRK 6m SSB 59 057 55 009 IO91hp 88   88
03/07/21 20:07 G0FBB/P 6m SSB 59 058 59 073 JO01ld 245   245
03/07/21 20:45 GM4ZUK/P 6m SSB 59 059 55 152 IO86rw 621   621
TOTALS 59 37202 0 Contact(s) lost due to Log Errors 37202
Best DX (Pre-Adjudication) SM2EKM 2117km Error Rate = 0% 0.00%
Best DX (Post-Adjudication) SM2EKM 2117km  

4m Results

The results presented below have been determined following analysis of the unadjudicated log, and will not be updated once results are known.

Number of QSOs

Table 1, below, presents the disposition of QSOs across the operating period and calculates both the average QSO/Hour and by how much each hour deviates from the average. This table when tracked over a number of years can provide an insight into the best times to operate.

Table 1 – QSOs Recorded (4m)

Day Time (UTC) Hour QSOs %age of QSOs Deviation from Average QSOs/Hour Cumulative QSOs Cumulative %age of QSOs Cumulative QSOs/Hour
 
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14:00 – 15:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
15:00 – 16:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
16:00 – 17:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
17:00 – 18:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
18:00 – 19:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
19:00 – 20:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
20:00 – 21:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
21:00 – 22:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
22:00 – 23:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
23:00 – 00:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
 
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00:00 – 01:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
01:00 – 02:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
02:00 – 03:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
03:00 – 04:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
04:00 – 05:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
05:00 – 06:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
06:00 – 07:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
07:00 – 08:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00% 0.00
08:00 – 09:00 1 1 3.57% -82.14% 1 3.57% 1.00
09:00 – 10:00 2 7 25.00% 25.00% 8 28.57% 4.00
10:00 – 11:00 3 9 32.14% 60.71% 17 60.71% 5.67
11:00 – 12:00 4 8 28.57% 42.86% 25 89.29% 6.25
12:00 – 13:00 5 3 10.71% -46.43% 28 100.00% 5.60
13:00 – 14:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 28 100.00% 5.60
TOTALS 28 100.00%  

Not a great deal of a pattern to comment upon. The single QSO in the first hour was a test QSO to make sure the transverter setup was performing as expected. Then bacon sandwiches were served for breakfast at which point operations ceased!

After that the QSO rate was reasonably constant although we switched between calling CQ and “hunt and pounce” operating.

Points Scored

Table 2, below, presents the disposition of points scored across the operating period and calculates both the average points/QSO and by how much each hour deviates from the average. This table when read in conjunction with the QSO rate above can provide an insight into the best times to operate, as it is not always the most frenetic periods that yield the best distances.

Table 2 – Points Scored (4m)

Day Time (UTC) Hour Points Average Points/QSO %age of Total Points Deviation From Average Points/QSO Cumulative Points Cumulative Percentage of Points
 
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14:00 – 15:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
15:00 – 16:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
16:00 – 17:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
17:00 – 18:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
18:00 – 19:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
19:00 – 20:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
20:00 – 21:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
21:00 – 22:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
22:00 – 23:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
23:00 – 00:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
 
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00:00 – 01:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
01:00 – 02:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
02:00 – 03:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
03:00 – 04:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
04:00 – 05:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
05:00 – 06:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
06:00 – 07:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
07:00 – 08:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 0 0.00%
08:00 – 09:00 1 64 64.00 2.16% -39.42% 64 2.16%
09:00 – 10:00 2 204 29.14 6.90% -72.41% 268 9.06%
10:00 – 11:00 3 832 92.44 28.13% -12.49% 1100 37.19%
11:00 – 12:00 4 1232 154.00 41.65% 45.77% 2332 78.84%
12:00 – 13:00 5 626 208.67 21.16% 97.52% 2958 100.00%
13:00 – 14:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 2958 100.00%
TOTALS 2958 105.64 100.00%  

Hours 4 and 5 were when the better DX was worked, however there is little to speak about in terms of patterns.

Distances Worked

Tables 3 and 4, below, present a summary of the distances worked. The best DX on 4m was M0NFD/P at 355km

Table 3 – Distances Worked (4m)

Distance Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Stations Worked
Dist ≤ 1km 1 3.70%
1km < Dist ≤ 5km 1 3.70%
5km < Dist ≤ 10km 0 0.00%
10km < Dist ≤ 20km 3 11.11%
20km < Dist ≤ 50km 4 14.81%
50km < Dist ≤ 100km 8 29.63%
100km < Dist ≤ 200km 4 14.81%
200km < Dist ≤ 350km 5 18.52%
350km < Dist ≤ 500km 1 3.70%
500km < Dist ≤ 750km 0 0.00%
750km < Dist ≤ 1000km 0 0.00%
1000km < Dist ≤ 1500km 0 0.00%
1500km < Dist ≤ 2000km 0 0.00%
2000km < Dist 0 0.00%
TOTALS 27 100.00%

Distribution of Distances

Table 4 – Statistical Analysis of Distances Worked (4m)

Quantity Value Population
Mean Distance (km) 110  
Median Distance (km) 71  
Mode (km) 14 2
1 Standard Deviation 98.47 74.07%
2 Standard Deviation 196.94 96.30%
3 Standard Deviation 295.41 100.00%

The distribution is more or less a typical “normal distribution” bell curve, although this is slightly distorted by the fact that the histogram bins at the shorter distances are smaller than the histogram bins above 100km. The mean is above the median but not significantly so.

Countries Worked

The tables below show the number of stations from each country with a specific breakdown for UK stations. The tables are generic allowing flexibility in the website code rather than aspirational in terms of the countries we expect to contact.

Table 5A – UK Stations Worked (4m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
England G, GX, 2E, M, MX 27 96.43%
Special Events GB 0 0.00%
Isle of Man GD, GT, 2D, MD, MT 0 0.00%
Northern Ireland GI, GN, 2I, MI, MN 0 0.00%
Jersey GJ, GH, 2J, MJ, MH 0 0.00%
Scotland GM, GS, 2M, MM, MS 0 0.00%
Guernsey GU, GP, 2U, MU, MP 0 0.00%
RSGB 2013 Centenary Stations GV, 2V, MV 0 0.00%
Wales GW, GC, 2W, MW, MC 1 3.57%
Club Stations (included above) GX, MX, GT, MT, GN, MN, GH, MH, GS, MS, GP, MP, GC, MC 0 0.00%
SUB-TOTAL United Kingdom Stations 28 100.00%

Table 5B – Non UK Stations Worked (4m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
Andorra C3 0 0.00%
Austria OE 0 0.00%
Belgium ON, OO, OP, OQ, OR, OS, OT 0 0.00%
Cyprus 5B, C4 0 0.00%
Czech Republic OK, OL 0 0.00%
Denmark 5P, OZ 0 0.00%
Eire EI, EJ 0 0.00%
France (inc Overseas Territories) F, TM, TO, TX 0 0.00%
Germany DA, DB, DC, DD, DF, DG, DH, DJ, DK, DL, DP, DR 0 0.00%
Gibraltar ZB, ZG 0 0.00%
Greece J4, SV 0 0.00%
Hungary HA, HG 0 0.00%
Italy I, IA, IB, IC, ID, IE, IF, IG, IH, IK, IL, IN, IP, IR, IT, IV, IW, IX 0 0.00%
Liechtenstein HB0 0 0.00%
Luxembourg LX 0 0.00%
Monaco 3A 0 0.00%
Netherlands (inc Antilles) PA, PB, PD, PE, PI, PJ 0 0.00%
Norway LA, LB, LC, LG, LI, LJ, LN 0 0.00%
Poland HF, SN, SO, SP, SQ, SR 0 0.00%
Portugal (inc Azores) CT, CU 0 0.00%
San Marino T7 0 0.00%
Sardinia IM, IS 0 0.00%
Slovak Republic OM 0 0.00%
Slovenia 7S 0 0.00%
Spain (inc Overseas Islands, Territories, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla) AM, AN, AO, EA, EB, EC, ED, EF, EG, EH 0 0.00%
Sweden 8S, S5, SH, SI, SJ, SL, SM 0 0.00%
Switzerland HB, HE 0 0.00%
Vatican City HV 0 0.00%
SUB-TOTAL Non United Kingdom Stations 0 0.00%

Table 5C – Summary of Stations Worked (4m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
SUB-TOTAL United Kingdom Stations 28 100.00%
SUB-TOTAL Non United Kingdom Stations 0 0.00%
TOTAL MATCHED All UK and Non UK Stations 28 100.00%
Unmatched Callsigns Possible Log Errors or Foreign Special Event or similar Stations 0 0.00%
FINAL TOTAL All Stations inc Unmatched Callsigns 28 100.00%

Given the distances worked it is not suprising that all the contacts were within the United Kingdom

Location of Stations Worked on 4m

Submitted Log

Once the submission date has passed, we will publish our full submitted log. If any information is received post submission updates will appear in the “Notes” column.

We normally get round to uploading our Field Day contest logs to eQSL.cc, but otherwise do not exchange QSL cards in this event. If you wish to QSL traditionally please send information via the RSGB Bureau.

VHF National Field Day 2021 – (4m Band) Log

Date (UTC) Time (UTC) Station Worked Band Mode Sent Received Locator Distance
(km)
Notes Points
RST Serial RST Serial
04/07/21 08:37 G0ARC/P 4m SSB 59 001 59 006 IO91eh 64   64
04/07/21 09:37 G4FKA 4m SSB 59 002 59 007 IO81sm 20   20
04/07/21 09:38 G0FBB/P 4m SSB 59 003 59 025 JO01ld 0   0
04/07/21 09:38 G3VEF/P 4m SSB 59 004 58 005 IO91ja 101   101
04/07/21 09:48 G3TKF 4m SSB 59 005 59 009 IO81ri 1   1
04/07/21 09:51 M0LJT 4m SSB 59 006 57 001 IO81rl 14   14
04/07/21 09:56 G3IOI 4m SSB 59 007 59 006 IO81rj 5   5
04/07/21 09:59 MW0OMB 4m SSB 59 008 59 010 IO81hn 63   63
04/07/21 10:06 G4DMC 4m SSB 59 009 58 005 IO81wi 29   29
04/07/21 10:09 G8CUL 4m SSB 59 010 59 015 IO91jg 94   94
04/07/21 10:09 G4ALE/P 4m SSB 59 011 59 029 IO91xg 175   175
04/07/21 10:13 2E1EMK 4m SSB 59 012 59 011 IO91bi 47   47
04/07/21 10:16 G5LK/P 4m SSB 59 013 59 043 JO01qd 274   274
04/07/21 10:28 M3VBH 4m SSB 59 014 57 002 IO80qw 47   47
04/07/21 10:53 G0IUE 4m SSB 59 015 59 008 IO81vk 25   25
04/07/21 10:56 G8CMU 4m SSB 59 016 55 012 IO81rw 65   65
04/07/21 10:57 G2OP/P 4m SSB 59 017 59 048 IO91gi 76   76
04/07/21 11:02 G3CNO 4m SSB 59 018 59 022 IO90lu 119   119
04/07/21 11:05 G3TCR/P 4m SSB 59 019 59 013 IO91jg 94   94
04/07/21 11:12 G2BQY/P 4m SSB 59 020 59 052 IO81rf 14   14
04/07/21 11:15 G0VHF/P 4m SSB 59 021 57 071 JO01pu 271   271
04/07/21 11:26 G4CIZ 4m SSB 59 022 59 014 IO91fg 71   71
04/07/21 11:32 G4DDK 4m SSB 59 023 57 005 JO02pa 275   275
04/07/21 11:35 G3XDY 4m SSB 59 024 55 023 JO02ob 271   271
04/07/21 11:44 G6DOD 4m SSB 59 025 54 013 IO90jr 117   117
04/07/21 12:05 G3CKR/P 4m SSB 59 026 59 066 IO93ad 204   204
04/07/21 12:08 G3LVP 4m SSB 59 027 59 008 IO81wv 67   67
04/07/21 12:11 M0NFD/P 4m SSB 55 028 53 064 IO94mj 355   355
TOTALS 28 2958 0 Contact(s) lost due to Log Errors 2958
Best DX (Pre-Adjudication) M0NFD/P 355km Error Rate = 0% 0.00%
Best DX (Post-Adjudication) M0NFD/P 355km  

2m Results

The results presented below have been determined following analysis of the unadjudicated log, and will not be updated once results are known.

Number of QSOs

Table 1, below, presents the disposition of QSOs across the operating period and calculates both the average QSO/Hour and by how much each hour deviates from the average. This table when tracked over a number of years can provide an insight into the best times to operate.

Table 1 – QSOs Recorded (2m)

Day Time (UTC) Hour QSOs %age of QSOs Deviation from Average QSOs/Hour Cumulative QSOs Cumulative %age of QSOs Cumulative QSOs/Hour
 
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14:00 – 15:00 1 31 31.00% 272.00% 31 31.00% 31.00
15:00 – 16:00 2 14 14.00% 68.00% 45 45.00% 22.50
16:00 – 17:00 3 12 12.00% 44.00% 57 57.00% 19.00
17:00 – 18:00 4 9 9.00% 8.00% 66 66.00% 16.50
18:00 – 19:00 5 5 5.00% -40.00% 71 71.00% 14.20
19:00 – 20:00 6 6 6.00% -28.00% 77 77.00% 12.83
20:00 – 21:00 7 4 4.00% -52.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
21:00 – 22:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
22:00 – 23:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
23:00 – 00:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
 
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00:00 – 01:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
01:00 – 02:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
02:00 – 03:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
03:00 – 04:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
04:00 – 05:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
05:00 – 06:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
06:00 – 07:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
07:00 – 08:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
08:00 – 09:00 Shutdown 0 0.00% -100.00% 81 81.00% 11.57
09:00 – 10:00 8 6 6.00% -28.00% 87 87.00% 10.88
10:00 – 11:00 9 5 5.00% -40.00% 92 92.00% 10.22
11:00 – 12:00 10 4 4.00% -52.00% 96 96.00% 9.60
12:00 – 13:00 11 2 2.00% -76.00% 98 98.00% 8.91
13:00 – 14:00 12 2 2.00% -76.00% 100 100.00% 8.33
TOTALS 100 100.00%  

A familiar pattern on the Saturday, an initial flurry of activity in the first 2 – 3 hours sees almost 50% of the total contacts being made in the first 2 hours but after that activity dwindles and after hour 4 each of the remaining 8 hours is less than the average number of QSOs per hour in the contest in some cases by a significant margin. Sunday was particularly slow with very few new stations either responding to CQ calls or being found during hunt and pounce operations but our “DX Wrangler” Joe 2E0EIC was able to winkle out a few good ones.

Points Scored

Table 2, below, presents the disposition of points scored across the operating period and calculates both the average points/QSO and by how much each hour deviates from the average. This table when read in conjunction with the QSO rate above can provide an insight into the best times to operate, as it is not always the most frenetic periods that yield the best distances.

Table 2 – Points Scored (2m)

Day Time (UTC) Hour Points Average Points/QSO %age of Total Points Deviation From Average Points/QSO Cumulative Points Cumulative Percentage of Points
 
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d
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14:00 – 15:00 1 2098 67.68 13.61% -56.11% 2098 13.61%
15:00 – 16:00 2 3059 218.50 19.84% 41.70% 5157 33.44%
16:00 – 17:00 3 2867 238.92 18.59% 54.94% 8024 52.04%
17:00 – 18:00 4 2116 235.11 13.72% 52.47% 10140 65.76%
18:00 – 19:00 5 544 108.80 3.53% -29.44% 10684 69.29%
19:00 – 20:00 6 999 166.50 6.48% 7.98% 11683 75.77%
20:00 – 21:00 7 657 164.25 4.26% 6.52% 12340 80.03%
21:00 – 22:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
22:00 – 23:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
23:00 – 00:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
 
S
u
n
d
a
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00:00 – 01:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
01:00 – 02:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
02:00 – 03:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
03:00 – 04:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
04:00 – 05:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
05:00 – 06:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
06:00 – 07:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
07:00 – 08:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
08:00 – 09:00 Shutdown 0 0.00 0.00% -100.00% 12340 80.03%
09:00 – 10:00 8 586 97.67 3.80% -36.66% 12926 83.83%
10:00 – 11:00 9 751 150.20 4.87% -2.59% 13677 88.70%
11:00 – 12:00 10 823 205.75 5.34% 33.43% 14500 94.03%
12:00 – 13:00 11 787 393.50 5.10% 155.19% 15287 99.14%
13:00 – 14:00 12 133 66.50 0.86% -56.87% 15420 100.00%
TOTALS 15420 154.20 100.00%  

As in previous years although the first 2 hours accounted for 45% of our total QSOs they only accounted for 33% of our total points. By the end of the fourth hour however the proportion of QSOs and the proportion of points scored begins to track more consistently. We didn’t take advantage of an early start on the Sunday morning that has paid dividends in previous years.

Distances Worked

Tables 3 and 4, below, present a summary of the distances worked. The best DX on 2m was DF0MU at 682km

Table 3 – Distances Worked (2m)

Distance Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Stations Worked
Dist ≤ 1km 1 1.00%
1km < Dist ≤ 5km 2 2.00%
5km < Dist ≤ 10km 1 1.00%
10km < Dist ≤ 20km 4 4.00%
20km < Dist ≤ 50km 17 17.00%
50km < Dist ≤ 100km 21 21.00%
100km < Dist ≤ 200km 27 27.00%
200km < Dist ≤ 350km 17 17.00%
350km < Dist ≤ 500km 6 6.00%
500km < Dist ≤ 750km 4 4.00%
750km < Dist ≤ 1000km 0 0.00%
1000km < Dist ≤ 1500km 0 0.00%
1500km < Dist ≤ 2000km 0 0.00%
2000km < Dist 0 0.00%
TOTALS 100 100.00%

Distribution of Distances

Table 4 – Statistical Analysis of Distances Worked (2m)

Quantity Value Population
Mean Distance (km) 154  
Median Distance (km) 118  
Mode (km) 47 3
1 Standard Deviation 143.68 84.00%
2 Standard Deviation 287.35 95.00%
3 Standard Deviation 431.03 97.00%

The distribution of distances worked follows a fairly traditional “normal distribution” bell curve if the small number of very short distance contacts are ignored. However, this distribution is skewed because the lower “bins” are covering a smaller range that the larger distances. Nevertheless the distribution is similar to those seen in previous years.

Countries Worked

The tables below show the number of stations from each country with a specific breakdown for UK stations. The tables are generic allowing flexibility in the website code rather than aspirational in terms of the countries we expect to contact.

Table 5A – UK Stations Worked (2m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
England G, GX, 2E, M, MX 79 79.00%
Special Events GB 0 0.00%
Isle of Man GD, GT, 2D, MD, MT 0 0.00%
Northern Ireland GI, GN, 2I, MI, MN 0 0.00%
Jersey GJ, GH, 2J, MJ, MH 2 2.00%
Scotland GM, GS, 2M, MM, MS 2 2.00%
Guernsey GU, GP, 2U, MU, MP 0 0.00%
RSGB 2013 Centenary Stations GV, 2V, MV 0 0.00%
Wales GW, GC, 2W, MW, MC 8 8.00%
Club Stations (included above) GX, MX, GT, MT, GN, MN, GH, MH, GS, MS, GP, MP, GC, MC 1 1.00%
SUB-TOTAL United Kingdom Stations 91 91.00%

Table 5B – Non UK Stations Worked (2m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
Andorra C3 0 0.00%
Austria OE 0 0.00%
Belgium ON, OO, OP, OQ, OR, OS, OT 2 2.00%
Cyprus 5B, C4 0 0.00%
Czech Republic OK, OL 0 0.00%
Denmark 5P, OZ 0 0.00%
Eire EI, EJ 1 1.00%
France (inc Overseas Territories) F, TM, TO, TX 3 3.00%
Germany DA, DB, DC, DD, DF, DG, DH, DJ, DK, DL, DP, DR 1 1.00%
Gibraltar ZB, ZG 0 0.00%
Greece J4, SV 0 0.00%
Hungary HA, HG 0 0.00%
Italy I, IA, IB, IC, ID, IE, IF, IG, IH, IK, IL, IN, IP, IR, IT, IV, IW, IX 0 0.00%
Liechtenstein HB0 0 0.00%
Luxembourg LX 0 0.00%
Monaco 3A 0 0.00%
Netherlands (inc Antilles) PA, PB, PD, PE, PI, PJ 2 2.00%
Norway LA, LB, LC, LG, LI, LJ, LN 0 0.00%
Poland HF, SN, SO, SP, SQ, SR 0 0.00%
Portugal (inc Azores) CT, CU 0 0.00%
San Marino T7 0 0.00%
Sardinia IM, IS 0 0.00%
Slovak Republic OM 0 0.00%
Slovenia 7S 0 0.00%
Spain (inc Overseas Islands, Territories, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla) AM, AN, AO, EA, EB, EC, ED, EF, EG, EH 0 0.00%
Sweden 8S, S5, SH, SI, SJ, SL, SM 0 0.00%
Switzerland HB, HE 0 0.00%
Vatican City HV 0 0.00%
SUB-TOTAL Non United Kingdom Stations 9 9.00%

Table 5C – Summary of Stations Worked (2m)

Country Callsign Groups Number of Stations Worked Percentage of Total QSO
SUB-TOTAL United Kingdom Stations 91 91.00%
SUB-TOTAL Non United Kingdom Stations 9 9.00%
TOTAL MATCHED All UK and Non UK Stations 100 100.00%
Unmatched Callsigns Possible Log Errors or Foreign Special Event or similar Stations 0 0.00%
FINAL TOTAL All Stations inc Unmatched Callsigns 100 100.00%

9% of European contacts is similar to other years, and no new countries were worked this year.

Location of Stations Worked on 2m

Submitted Log

Once the submission date has passed, we will publish our full submitted log. If any information is received post submission updates will appear in the “Notes” column.

We normally get round to uploading our Field Day contest logs to eQSL.cc, but otherwise do not exchange QSL cards in this event. If you wish to QSL traditionally please send information via the RSGB Bureau.

VHF National Field Day 2021 – (2m Band) Log

Date (UTC) Time (UTC) Station Worked Band Mode Sent Received Locator Distance
(km)
Notes Points
RST Serial RST Serial
03/07/21 14:07 G0GKH 2m SSB 59 001 59 002 IO81vh 24   24
03/07/21 14:08 M0JCE 2m SSB 59 002 59 001 IO81mj 30   30
03/07/21 14:09 G8GRS 2m SSB 59 003 59 003 IO81qj 8   8
03/07/21 14:10 MX0IOA 2m SSB 59 004 59 002 IO81pd 26   26
03/07/21 14:11 G4DMC 2m SSB 59 005 59 002 IO81wi 29   29
03/07/21 14:12 M7LAN/P 2m SSB 59 006 59 001 IO82wj 120   120
03/07/21 14:15 M1BAZ/P 2m SSB 59 007 59 002 IO80up 81   81
03/07/21 14:16 G3TKF 2m SSB 59 008 59 003 IO81ri 1   1
03/07/21 14:17 G0DRX 2m SSB 59 009 59 001 IO81rj 5   5
03/07/21 14:18 2E0GCK 2m SSB 59 010 59 002 IO81vn 33   33
03/07/21 14:19 G6BPC 2m SSB 59 011 59 003 IO81vr 48   48
03/07/21 14:19 G1OVK 2m SSB 59 012 59 001 IO82ve 96   96
03/07/21 14:20 G7OGG 2m SSB 59 013 59 002 IO80qw 47   47
03/07/21 14:21 G6HUI 2m SSB 59 014 59 003 IO81wl 33   33
03/07/21 14:21 G4CTU 2m SSB 59 015 59 003 IO82uj 118   118
03/07/21 14:22 G8OHM 2m SSB 59 016 59 003 IO92aj 123   123
03/07/21 14:23 G7GVV 2m SSB 59 017 53 001 IO91ir 96   96
03/07/21 14:24 MW0AXA 2m SSB 59 018 57 004 IO81fm 72   72
03/07/21 14:25 2E0WSR 2m SSB 59 019 59 004 IO81ge 67   67
03/07/21 14:26 OS7JA 2m SSB 59 020 59 007 JO11mb 391   391
03/07/21 14:28 G3HRH 2m SSB 59 021 59 003 IO91ha 90   90
03/07/21 14:29 M0DNA/P 2m SSB 59 022 59 002 IO82wj 120   120
03/07/21 14:30 G3CNO 2m SSB 59 023 59 010 IO90lu 119   119
03/07/21 14:31 G0WYD 2m SSB 59 024 59 003 IO91df 60   60
03/07/21 14:36 2E1EMK 2m SSB 59 025 59 003 IO91bi 47   47
03/07/21 14:40 G4NKT 2m SSB 59 026 59 002 IO81rl 14   14
03/07/21 14:41 M0RCE 2m SSB 59 027 59 001 IO81ql 16   16
03/07/21 14:43 G4YVM 2m SSB 59 028 59 007 IO91cc 60   60
03/07/21 14:46 MW0MCG/P 2m SSB 59 029 59 004 IO81ln 42   42
03/07/21 14:58 G4JBH 2m SSB 59 030 59 010 IO80qw 47   47
03/07/21 14:59 G3ZXX 2m SSB 59 031 59 002 IO81tb 35   35
03/07/21 15:01 GJ8CEY 2m SSB 59 032 59 006 IN89xe 244   244
03/07/21 15:06 F4VPL/P 2m SSB 59 033 57 003 IN87vs 400   400
03/07/21 15:10 GJ7LJJ/P 2m SSB 59 034 57 003 IN89ui 224   224
03/07/21 15:16 G0ARC/P 2m SSB 59 035 59 061 IO91eh 64   64
03/07/21 15:19 OR6T 2m SSB 59 036 59 065 JO20kv 520   520
03/07/21 15:21 G2BQY/P 2m SSB 59 037 59 043 IO81rf 14   14
03/07/21 15:23 G0FBB/P 2m SSB 59 038 59 019 JO01ld 245   245
03/07/21 15:25 M0BAA/P 2m SSB 59 039 59 095 JO01kj 238   238
03/07/21 15:31 G4KPZ 2m SSB 59 040 59 022 IO92wk 205   205
03/07/21 15:33 GW6TEO 2m SSB 59 041 59 002 IO71lp 177   177
03/07/21 15:37 G3MDD/P 2m SSB 59 042 59 009 IO91qs 141   141
03/07/21 15:41 G0SAC/P 2m SSB 59 043 59 053 IO91xg 175   175
03/07/21 15:50 G4GTH/P 2m SSB 59 044 59 007 IO90dx 72   72
03/07/21 15:53 EI7T/P 2m SSB 59 045 59 006 IO62ji 340   340
03/07/21 16:01 G4CBZ 2m SSB 59 046 59 005 IO90xt 185   185
03/07/21 16:06 G8OFA 2m SSB 59 047 59 007 IO91dc 65   65
03/07/21 16:13 M5MK/P 2m SSB 59 048 59 045 IO92ra 157   157
03/07/21 16:18 PA4VHF 2m SSB 59 049 59 025 JO32je 649   649
03/07/21 16:21 G7LEE 2m SSB 59 050 59 001 IO81pd 26   26
03/07/21 16:27 G0ORG 2m SSB 59 051 59 012 JO02lb 254   254
03/07/21 16:35 G1EZF 2m SSB 59 052 55 010 IO93ft 282   282
03/07/21 16:37 G4IJD 2m SSB 59 053 57 009 IO83tu 279   279
03/07/21 16:38 G3YHF 2m SSB 59 054 59 006 IO92bk 129   129
03/07/21 16:39 G4JHV 2m SSB 59 055 55 003 IO84qp 367   367
03/07/21 16:43 G8TRS/P 2m SSB 59 056 59 011 IO92ep 157   157
03/07/21 16:54 G0OLE/P 2m SSB 59 057 59 022 IO93px 317   317
03/07/21 17:04 G4ZAP/P 2m SSB 59 058 59 159 JO01pu 271   271
03/07/21 17:09 G3PYE/P 2m SSB 59 059 59 076 JO02ce 211   211
03/07/21 17:14 F8KGU 2m SSB 59 060 59 145 JN19bq 379   379
03/07/21 17:24 MM0CPS/P 2m SSB 59 061 59 059 IO85ss 492   492
03/07/21 17:32 G7TGK 2m SSB 59 062 59 008 IO82wc 89   89
03/07/21 17:41 GM3HAM/P 2m SSB 59 063 55 051 IO74wv 408   408
03/07/21 17:46 M7TXR 2m SSB 59 064 59 009 IO92jo 167   167
03/07/21 17:49 G4SUX 2m SSB 59 065 59 001 IO81xk 36   36
03/07/21 17:59 MW0OMB 2m SSB 59 066 59 008 IO81hn 63   63
03/07/21 18:04 G6DTW 2m SSB 59 067 51 019 IO91uh 157   157
03/07/21 18:07 M7AJG 2m SSB 59 068 51 001 IO91ff 71   71
03/07/21 18:08 G3TCR/P 2m SSB 59 069 59 007 IO91jg 94   94
03/07/21 18:23 G3VEF/P 2m SSB 59 070 59 040 IO91ja 101   101
03/07/21 18:49 G7RHF 2m SSB 59 071 57 007 IO82qk 121   121
03/07/21 19:00 F1CBC 2m SSB 59 072 59 018 JN09bo 272   272
03/07/21 19:09 2W0JMK 2m SSB 59 073 59 008 IO71pv 162   162
03/07/21 19:24 G5LK/P 2m SSB 59 074 59 214 JO01qd 274   274
03/07/21 19:40 G3IOI 2m SSB 59 075 59 002 IO81rj 5   5
03/07/21 19:48 G0UJK 2m SSB 59 076 59 008 JO01cj 191   191
03/07/21 19:56 G1IVL 2m SSB 59 077 59 001 IO82ue 95   95
03/07/21 20:17 M0XG/P 2m SSB 59 078 59 050 JO01hv 227   227
03/07/21 20:19 G3CKR/P 2m SSB 59 079 59 161 IO93ad 204   204
03/07/21 20:32 M3FGR 2m SSB 59 080 59 021 IO91cn 57   57
03/07/21 20:41 M0WID 2m SSB 59 081 59 007 IO91wf 169   169
04/07/21 09:32 G8IB/P 2m SSB 59 082 59 023 IO91gs 89   89
04/07/21 09:53 G0LGS 2m SSB 59 083 59 009 IO81wv 67   67
04/07/21 09:54 M0TXE 2m SSB 59 084 59 016 IO82oq 150   150
04/07/21 09:56 G5BBL 2m SSB 59 085 57 003 IO81vh 24   24
04/07/21 09:57 G3UDA 2m SSB 59 086 59 019 IO82oq 150   150
04/07/21 09:58 G4KXP 2m SSB 59 087 59 002 IO82wg 106   106
04/07/21 10:01 G0GEP 2m SSB 59 088 59 010 IO92cm 140   140
04/07/21 10:06 G8CUL 2m SSB 59 089 55 023 IO91jo 97   97
04/07/21 10:08 M0PNN 2m SSB 59 090 59 022 IO82ts 158   158
04/07/21 10:29 G1YFG 2m SSB 59 091 59 001 IO82uj 118   118
04/07/21 10:52 M1MHZ 2m SSB 59 092 59 035 IO92wv 238   238
04/07/21 11:17 GW3UZS 2m SSB 59 093 59 002 IO81jm 50   50
04/07/21 11:24 DF0MU 2m SSB 59 094 59 364 JO32pc 682   682
04/07/21 11:39 GW1YBB/P 2m SSB 59 095 59 052 IO81kw 77   77
04/07/21 11:45 G0LTG 2m SSB 59 096 59 057 IO81rf 14   14
04/07/21 12:38 PA1T 2m SSB 59 097 59 442 JO33jf 668   668
04/07/21 12:52 G4XZL 2m SSB 59 098 57 032 IO90mx 119   119
04/07/21 13:30 GW0JLF 2m SSB 59 099 59 018 IO82lg 108   108
04/07/21 13:47 2E0JWJ 2m SSB 59 100 59 008 IO81vg 25   25
TOTALS 100 15420 0 Contact(s) lost due to Log Errors 15420
Best DX (Pre-Adjudication) DF0MU 682km Error Rate = 0% 0.00%
Best DX (Post-Adjudication) DF0MU 682km