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IBM QSO PARTY 2012 SCORES

 

Last Updated   24 November 2012

 

2012 IBM QSO Party - Received Scores

 

Europe

Callsign

Score

Points

Multiplier

IBM QSO

Non_IBM

QSO

 

 

 

 

 

 

OH2LU

660

60

11

14

14

G2DSY

162

27

6

7

1

F6HMJ

40

10

4

5

0

OH2SS

8

4

2

2

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                      

North America

Callsign

Score

Points

Multiplier

IBM QSO

Non_IBM

QSO

 

 

 

 

 

 

AA6Z

4008

167

24

61

7

K0VH

3024

168

18

45

45

W7LZ

2358

131

18

43

21

K2CIB

1482

144

13

33

33

WA3AFS

938

67

14

25

5

W0RY

468

52

9

21

1

W0CJ

385

55

7

26

3

  AI6RE

266

38

7

16

6

W0LY

114

19

6

8

0

W5PDB

36

12

3

6

0

VE9IBM

36

12

3

4

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pacific/Asia/Africa/South America

Callsign

Score

Points

Multiplier

IBM QSO

Non_IBM

QSO

 

 

 

 

 

 

LU7DSU

535

65

9

11

10

ZL1GWE

108

27

4

5

2

JF3GFH/1

15

15

1

3

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SKUNKED!

The following IBM stations participated but were not able to work any stations.  Poor propagation is a major reason for this.  Had we scheduled one week earlier it would have been a different story. 

 

HB9IIG

M0WDL

SM5CS

SQ6JNY

VK2XE

 

 

SOAPBOX:

 

AA6Z:  It was great to hear lots of good activity and reasonable conditions this year.  After two years hiatus I wasn’t sure how things would go.  I missed a few callsigns that I have worked lots in the past, but the propagation was somewhat funny.  Thanks to all who participated.

 

W0RY:  Fun to be in the IQP once again with an antenna (20 mtr dipole laying on the shingles of roof).

 

W0CJ:  Conditions were a bit odd but it was fun to work everyone that we could.

 

VE9IBM:  This was our first attempt at this contest. I had a couple of old friends who recently retired from IBM and got their Ham license, so this was a good introduction to contesting and logging for them.

 

W5PDB:  Well, at least I was present.  K2CIB and W0CJ didn’t hear my PSK signal on 20 meters.

 

G2DSY:  The sun did not fall kindly upon us, but as always I enjoyed the event.  Here the LF bands were pretty dead in the early hours.  The HF bands were not very active until 12:00 when the Ukrdainian contest started and Middle Eastern stations were heard.  15 M sounded the most promising and about 1500 it began to open up to the States.  As the Grey Line went through I worked AA6Z and the other stations and nothing after that.

 

K0VH:  Many thanks to all who organized and participated in the 2012 event. I was on mostly from 1400-2300z 20-10m SSB and some psk31 too. I really enjoyed working many IBMers and it was great to work a few in EU, SA & one ZL despite erratic HF propagation. Please send me any comments for future IQPs.

 

K2CIB:  Really enjoyed getting together again in a mini-contest.  Met many old friends and made a few ones.  Conditions stunk, but did what we could! Running 300W and vertical

 

W0LY:  Great Event!

 

JF3GFH/1:  This is the first time for me to take part in the IBM QP.  I'd like to make more contacts next year!

 

 

 List of all IBM Participants from submitted logs:  (taken from logs I received.  Who did I miss?)

 

Europe

 

CT1BOL

F6HMJ

F/FO5QB

G2DSY

G3OZT

G0UKB

HB9IIG

M0ACL

M0WDL

OH1TS

OH2LU

OH2SS

SM5CS

SQ6JNY

 

 

North America

 

K1MR

K1RX

W1SWM

K2CIB

N2LHW

W2UHA

WA3AFS

W3HGT

W3WDK

N4MM

KM4NS

KM5H

WA5LOC

W5PDB

KF5SA

WB6OVH

AI6RE

AA6Z

W7IBM

W7LZ

N7TO

W8EMD

W9FHQ

K9IBM

K9YLI

WN0ARD

W0CJ

KQ0J

W0LY

W0PKA

AA0RS

W0RY

K0VH

VE2TSM

VE3CRU

VE3EVV

VE7QC

VE9IBM

 

  

Pacific, South America, Africa, Asia

 

JF3GFH/1

LU7DSU

VK2XE

ZL1GWE