[WRTC2018] WRTC2018 Digest, Vol 13, Issue 2

Jouko Häyrynen jouko.hayrynen at kolumbus.fi
Tue Oct 6 13:16:06 CEST 2015


Hi,

About subreceivers.
Are you assuming that referees should listen 4 receiver signals + 2 tx signals?
Who is going to handle this for 24 hours or shall we forget referees and just
record everything?

About bands and antennas.
Forget 160m, please. Even 80m is tough enough during summer season and from experience
80m antenna is a compromise. You may consider a shortened vertical …

73s
Jouko
PS. remember SAC SSB on coming Sat/Sun!

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>   1. Competition Rules (Michael Hoeding, DL6MHW)
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>   3. Re: Competition Rules (Katsuhiro Kondou)
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> Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2015 10:25:31 +0200
> From: "Michael Hoeding, DL6MHW" <dl6mhw at wrtc2018.de>
> To: wrtc2018 at lists.wrtc2018.de
> Subject: [WRTC2018] Competition Rules
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> Hello,
> 
> as we learned from the WWROF webinar we have decided to define M2 for 
> WRTC2018 following the Boston 2014 rules.
> 
> We ask you for your input to
> a) the use of subreceivers
> b) add 160-m to WRTC
> (160-m will deliver Europe wide acivity with some 100 QSOs and many DXCC 
> and HQs)
> 
> 73 de Michael, DL6MHW
> -- 
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> Michael H?ding, DL6MHW
> Vice-President, Fundraising, PR
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> Message: 2
> Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2015 10:37:02 +0200
> From: "Marijan Miletic" <s56a at bit.si>
> To: <wrtc2018 at lists.wrtc2018.de>
> Subject: Re: [WRTC2018] Competition Rules
> Message-ID: <AF29BAAADCF64FB6923C1697F00F879B at LENOVO7>
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> a) Team should mainly listen to each other for mults sharing.  SubRX might
> be allowed for more fun.
> 
> b) Adding 160m to WRTC FD setup is great task for organizers!  82m long
> antenna with max. height of 10m and separate coax doesn't emit a lot of RF
> at 100W drive.  Summer QRN would be high.  Even 80m might be badly affected.
> 
> 
> 73 de Mario, S56A, N1YU
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: WRTC2018 [mailto:wrtc2018-bounces at lists.wrtc2018.de] On Behalf Of
> Michael Hoeding, DL6MHW
> Sent: 6. oktober 2015 10:26
> To: wrtc2018 at lists.wrtc2018.de
> Subject: [WRTC2018] Competition Rules
> 
> Hello,
> 
> as we learned from the WWROF webinar we have decided to define M2 for 
> WRTC2018 following the Boston 2014 rules.
> 
> We ask you for your input to
> a) the use of subreceivers
> b) add 160-m to WRTC
> (160-m will deliver Europe wide acivity with some 100 QSOs and many DXCC 
> and HQs)
> 
> 73 de Michael, DL6MHW
> -- 
> 
> Michael H?ding, DL6MHW
> Vice-President, Fundraising, PR
> Phone: +49 39201 20779
> E-Mail: dl6mhw at wrtc2018.de
> http://www.wrtc2018.de
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> Message: 3
> Date: Tue, 06 Oct 2015 17:54:46 +0900 (JST)
> From: Katsuhiro Kondou <kondou at voyackey.net>
> To: wrtc2018 at lists.wrtc2018.de
> Subject: Re: [WRTC2018] Competition Rules
> Message-ID: <20151006.175446.136168668.kondou at voyackey.net>
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> In article <5613857B.5090506 at wrtc2018.de>,
> 	"Michael Hoeding, DL6MHW" <dl6mhw at wrtc2018.de> wrote,
> 	on "Tue, 6 Oct 2015 10:25:31 +0200";
> 
>> as we learned from the WWROF webinar we have decided to define M2 for
>> WRTC2018 following the Boston 2014 rules.
> 
> Unable to join the webinar, since it was too early in the morning for us(JA).
> 
>> We ask you for your input to
>> a) the use of subreceivers
>> b) add 160-m to WRTC
>> (160-m will deliver Europe wide acivity with some 100 QSOs and many
>> DXCC and HQs)
> 
> I may need to consider preparing another radios other than TS590SG, if
> the use of subreievers is allowed.  For my situation, it'd be ok with
> the use panadaptors instead.
> -- 
> Katsuhiro 'Don' Kondou, JH5GHM
> 
> 
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> Message: 4
> Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2015 11:00:02 +0200
> From: Filipe Lopes <ct1ilt at gmail.com>
> To: wrtc2018 at lists.wrtc2018.de
> Subject: Re: [WRTC2018] Competition Rules
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> 
> Hi
> 
> I think that if subreceivers are to be allowed, one should be able to do
> SO2R too with 2 radios, meaning each team member should be allowed to do
> SO2R.
> 
> Not everyone is willing to change radios to be competitive with others who
> can afford >5000? radios...
> 
> 
> 73's Filipe Lopes
> CT1ILT - CR6K
> F4VPX - TM3M
> 
> 2015-10-06 10:54 GMT+02:00 Katsuhiro Kondou <kondou at voyackey.net>:
> 
>> In article <5613857B.5090506 at wrtc2018.de>,
>>        "Michael Hoeding, DL6MHW" <dl6mhw at wrtc2018.de> wrote,
>>        on "Tue, 6 Oct 2015 10:25:31 +0200";
>> 
>>> as we learned from the WWROF webinar we have decided to define M2 for
>>> WRTC2018 following the Boston 2014 rules.
>> 
>> Unable to join the webinar, since it was too early in the morning for
>> us(JA).
>> 
>>> We ask you for your input to
>>> a) the use of subreceivers
>>> b) add 160-m to WRTC
>>> (160-m will deliver Europe wide acivity with some 100 QSOs and many
>>> DXCC and HQs)
>> 
>> I may need to consider preparing another radios other than TS590SG, if
>> the use of subreievers is allowed.  For my situation, it'd be ok with
>> the use panadaptors instead.
>> --
>> Katsuhiro 'Don' Kondou, JH5GHM
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>> http://lists.wrtc2018.de/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/wrtc2018
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