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Statistics @ OE5EEP/P


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The current situation of continuous bad weather prompted some statistical musings on my 2009 SOTA activations. The results might be interesting (although not surprising) for some of you.

In 2009 I did activate 48 summits for a total of 191 activator points which contains also 3 seasonal bonus points. I achieved a total of 1063 QSOs or an average of 22.15 QSOs per activation.

From these 1063 QSOs were 944 CW, 79 FM and 40 SSB. This clearly reflects my main interest for CW.

The band split is as follows: 550 QSOs on 10MHz, 368 on 7MHz, the rest is distributed over 14, 28, 3.5 and 144 MHz. No other bands were used in 2009 SOTA activations.

My 1063 QSOs were with only 385 different chasers and this is the hit list of chasers working OE5EEP/P (all modes, all bands):

Call No_QSOs
G4SSH 32
DL1FU 21
SM6CMU 20
OE5LFL 18
G4WSX 17
G4OBK 16
DL6KVA 15
G3WPF 15
G4ELZ 15
ON4CAP 15
9A7W 14
DF5WA 14
DL2EF 14
G0TDM 14
9A4MF 13
F6FTB 13
G0NUP 13
OE5PGL 13
ON4ON 13
EI7CC 12
F5SQA 12
DL7VKD 10
DL8YR 10
S51ZG 10
UT4FJ 10
(just showing stations with >=10 QSOs)

Not surprising these are all familiar calls. I would guess that this list would not look much different for any other CW SOTA activist located in central Europe.

73 Heinz (desperately hoping for better weather)