VHF/UHF/SHF Committee

Marconi Memorial Contest 2015 - Results

You can find the final results for the Marconi Memorial Contest VHF CW 2015 at the following link.

Thank you to all, we received near to 900 logs from 28 different countries of IARU Reg. 1.

In the single op category wins DK6AS followed by OE5D  and OM5AW.
In the multi op category wins DA0FF followed by OM6A and OM3W.
In the 6 Hours single op wins OE2M followed by IU4AZC and S53X.
In the 6 Hours multi op wins IW5BUX/4 followed by E74DNO and IZ3VTH.

 
The Marconi Memorial Contest Committee decided to create an I4XCC Memorial Award for 2015 for the Single Operator that made
the best DX during the contest, if there are two stations with the same qrb the winner is the one that achieved the best score.
 
John G4ZTR wins the award in memory of I4XCC for this year.
 
During the next HamRadio Messe in Friedrichshafen (Germany), there will be the Prizing Ceremony.
The ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 25th at 13:00 local time at the ARI Official booth
 
Alex IV3KKW on behalf of the MMC Committee

Invitation to Marconi Memorial VHF Contest

ARI is proud to  invite you all to take part to the 43rd Marconi Memorial VHF Contest.

Contest will start on November 7th 14:00utc and will end on November 8th at 14:00utc.

Full rules here

 

Thank you for your participation

73 Alex IV3KKW

ARI VHF & Up Manager

ATV contest/activity weekend, results!

Dear ATV operator,

This was the first time that the IARU contest was held in June, with the extended time period, possibility to gain points by getting portable and/or remote and the new (Excel) log sheet.

The number of stations that send in their logs:

in 2014: 33,

in 2015 it is 42!

We should consider this as a promise for next year.

Please click here for the final results. As you can see IQ3ZB is the winner this year, congratulations to the team with this result!

Several countries with (some) ATV activity are missing in the results. This is a pity because such an activity weekend is fun for everyone operating ATV.

Please see the map with all participating ATV stations in the ATV contest of 2015.

Also check-out www.dxspot.tv especially during the contest (you can look back a half year).

Hopefully you all enjoyed this ATV activity weekend and spread it around so we have next year even more participants. Having fun is most important!

To get others enthusiastic, you probably have to SHOW that ATV is fun! Not only in HAM meetings but also you could send a picture with your activity and some additional text to your national HAM magazine. May be you could get inspired by the new website http://eatf.org/" href="http://eatf.org/">http://eatf.org/