Ysselmeer 2002

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This year the Ysselmeercontest will be held on Saturday 18 may.

The fifth Ysselmeercontest will be held on Saturday 18 may.

This contest will aim on contacts on the higher microwave bands. This year the contest will be held on 24 47 and 76 GHz. 10 GHz will no longer be in the contest. Reason for this is to stimulate participants for the 47 and 76 GHz band. 10 GHz can still be used for talkback or first antenna alignment.

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Take a look at the results of the Ysselmeercontest 2001

Take a look at the photo impression of the Ysselmeercontest 2001

Take a look at the photo impression of the Ysselmeercontest 2000

Take a look at the results of the Ysselmeercontest 2000

Take a look at the Ysselmeercontest 1999

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The contest locations  from 2001


                 


The Ysselmeercontest

The contest is concentrated around the beautiful Ysselmeer, which is located in the
center of the Netherlands. The Ysselmeer ensures good microwave sites with excellent
take off to many directions. The different locations are for most microwave contacts
within reachable distance and will give good opportunities for 24 and higher tests.

If you are interested in participating please contact the organization PAoEHG
for further information.

Contact via e-mail: mailto:pa0ehg@amsat.org

Contest rules :

Stations participating must be /P without connection to mains supply,
home stations can make contacts but cannot win in this contest.

Each station can be worked once on each band

Each band where more than 2 QSO's are made contribute to the score

Time for the contest : 11.00 until 16.00 hrs local time

Bands: 24 GHz and higher frequency's,
talkback frequency suggested on 432.350 MHz or on 10 GHz.

Exchange: Callsign, RST and locator, in the log also the time and distance most be added, logs should be sent to PA0EHG before 18 may.

Winners; Each band has a winner with more than two participants.

Points are calculated by: total QRB on each band

Prize's will be rewarded at the VHF-UHF-SHF meeting.

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