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IARU HF World Championship   2017   Jul 8   Claimed Score

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Call: OF1ØØHQ
Operator(s): 4O3A 9A5K OG9X OHØXX OH1HS OH1MA OH1MM OH1NOA OH1TM OH2BCI OH2BH OH2BU OH2MM OH2PM OH5CZ OH5NQ OH5TS OH5WH OH6KZP OH6MW OH6XX OH7EA Z61DX
Station: OF1ØØHQ

Class: Headquarters HP
QTH:
Operating Time (hrs): 24
Location: Northern Europe

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandCW QsPh QsZonesHQ Mults
160:3421921032
80:8277052442
40:159412364159
20:182820074862
15:7735093243
10:372124826
Total:57364773163264Total Score13,844,194

 

Club: Contest Club Finland

Comments:     [email]     2017-07-12 23:49:10
After several months of preparations, the unique callsign OF100HQ hit the airwaves in the IARU HF World Championship last Saturday. The callsign reflected Finland's centennial celebration of its independence this year, and naturally endowed the operators with a particular sense of national pride and gratitude. During the past 100 years, Finland as part of the Nordic nations has developed into the home of one of the world's most happy, secure, and technologically advanced people. So indeed there is much for us to be grateful for: http://stat.fi/ajk/satavuotiassuomi/suomimaailmankarjessa_en.html The stations participating in the HQ effort were located throughout Finland, and for the first time, all of them were networked in Win-Test configuration. This provided great camaraderie, particularly through the chat window. Even the "graveyard shift" workers got to enjoy a rapidly evolving log although all they could do was press F1, eat rye bread, and cheer others on! The network worked flawlessly, the stations worked flawlessly much of the time, and we fortunately avoided all thunderstorm-related problems. Band conditions were lousy, but even with less than 100 years of radio operating experience, we've "gotten the message" about that by now... Station locations and operators were as follows: OH1F -- 40SSB, 15SSB, 10CW (op. OH1HS OH1MM OH1NOA OH1TM) OH1TX -- 80SSB (op. OH6KZP) OH2BH -- 80CW (op. OH2BH OH2MM OH7EA Z61DX) OH2PM -- 40CW (op. OH2PM OH1MA) OH5Z -- 160SSB, 20SSB, 15CW, 10SSB (op. 4O3A 9A5K OG9X OH2BU OH5CZ OH5NQ OH5TS OH5WH OH6MW OH6XX) OH8X -- 20CW (op. OH0XX) OH9W/OH2BCI -- 160CW (op. OH2BCI) Thanks to everyone for the QSOs, especially the 21 stations with all 12 band/mode slots worked. Thanks also to all station hosts, and particularly to Timo OG9X, Timo OH1NOA, Martti OH2BH, and Juha OH6XX for the general preparations related to the operation. QSL via OH2BH. On behalf of the team, Kim OH6KZP