[amsat-bb] FW: AO-7 DX-list NEW-UPDATE
Pierre van Deventer
pierrevd at icon.co.za
Mon Mar 2 21:15:03 PST 2009
Hmmmm beter QSL kry en aan stuur, ek is nog nie eers mooi op die lys nie en
hy wil my afhaal Hi...
Ek het nog nooit QSL van PY2UNU ontvang nie ? Ek dink ek het direk ge QSL !!
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On
Behalf Of SV1BSX
Sent: 03 March 2009 01:32
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] AO-7 DX-list NEW-UPDATE
the new updated "AO-7 DX-List" is already uploaded and we have 2 NEW
Records for the 1st & 2nd place of the "Longest Distance QSO" via AO-7!!!
The 1st "New WW Record" has been achieved by W4FDU and LU2DPW on CW-Mode.
The distance between the 2 stations (EL89TP <> GF05GI) is 7537 Km, about 99
Km more than previous record ! Well done !
The 2nd place has been also changed with a second New-Record of 7524 Km by
AA4FL and LU2DPW
(....LU2DPW "strikes" once again !).
The previous Record (7438 Km) by Joe, K3SZH and Fabio, PY4AJ, it's now in
the 3rd place of DX-List.
Congratulations to all operators ! Great competition !
For more details visit the new URL of page:
....and a few "Tips":
Please keep in mind, I have set a new "Limit" for each operator in order to
send me NO more than 2 QSOs maximum.
So, please send me just your "first two" best DX contacts - no more- in
order to keep the List as short as possible (and interesting !).
The participation does not have meaning if includes a lot of contacts for
each one operator, there is not any sense to send me somebody 5-10 QSOs and
the most of these with a distance lower than 6500 Km.
We looking for the "Longest distance DX-QSOs" via AO-7 - NOT for a....
Long-long boring List.
Actually, after a few months I will keep into the DX-List ONLY the
confirmed QSOs . Thus, in my new page only these QSOs (Highlighted with
Yellow-color) have "counting" - including the foto of QSL-card.
The NON CONFIRMED QSOs are already without any number (counting) in the 1st
column and they will be erased the next year from the list, if the concerned
operators don't send me the relative QSL-cards. That it was a request by
several operators which have already Confirmed QSOs and I agree with that,
it's absolutely fair. As they used to say:
"The Final Courtesy of DX-QSO is a QSL Card" !
BTW I am fully surprised about the complete absence of MODE-A in the DX-List
! Nobody? Why that?
After a few weeks the Old-girl will enter in new eclipse-period, so we will
lose the 24/7 "switching" between Mode-A & B.
Finally, pse check your personal entries (...if you have) in the DX-List and
let me know for any possible error -particularly- in the "Distance (Km)" and
"Locator" columns. The most participators have different programs, they
don't use the "TinyLocator" for the distance-calculation and thus, I need to
re-calculate several entries in order to make an accurate DX-List.
That is not easy if I have 10-15 new entries per update, so ...."don't shoot
the pianist" !
Just let me know about the fault and I will correct it ASAP.
Thanks in advance
73 de Mak, SV1BSX
Email: sv1bsx "AT" yahoo .gr
URL : http://sv1bsx.50webs.com
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