Operating at M2W for CQ Worldwide 2007 Phone Contest

Over the weekend of 27-28th October 2007 I was at the Whitton Amateur Radio Group for the CQ Worldwide 2007 Phone Contest. I was actually there from 6pm Friday night until about 1am Monday morning.

This contest we had a more organised feel and early on we could see that we were doing better than we did in 2006. But this could also be due to running as a Multi-2 station when in 2006 we operated as Multi-Single.

We still had 2 radios, but the 2nd station could operate anything, not just multipliers and could call CQ as well.

We had a set schedule for operators and this was filled out more than 2006.

Like 2006 we had some guest operators. Vlad UA9FAR did a remarkably well. So how did the club do???


Year QSO’s Points Countries Zones Score
2007 Details 3183 4340 424 96 1,326,274
2006 Details 1738 2589 379 93 1,222,008
2005 Details 1634 2852 347 92 1,252,028
2002 Details
2718 5149 349 92 2,270,709

Bold equals Best score in that category

Field Day

On Sunday 18th September me and a few friends from my local Radio Club went up to Reigate Hill.

We were there from about 9:00am operating our Amateur Radios and for most of us was the first time we had operated away from home and clubs.

We didn’t make lots of contacts, but the experience gained will hopefully put to use on Official Field days soon, possibly helping with the Scouts ‘Jamboree On The Air (JOTA)’.

Should hopefully provide the log here soon, although I think is about 30-40 contacts in all.