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Sv/mc-005


#1

Anyone help.
This is not registered or has it been added since.


#2

In reply to G4JZF:

Great minds think alike Graham, hi.
I’ll delete my post now.

Cheers

Mike DSP


#3

Looking at the log entries in the DB, MC would be SV8 but both stations signed SV2. In my prefix DB, Macedonia would be SV2. Confused.

73 Norby


#4

In reply to G4JZF:

Has anyone come up with the answer to this one, or have we all been April fooled, hi?


#5

In reply to GW0DSP:
Well, the accent was certainly Greek - has anyone resolved this one yet?
73 de CRIS
GM4FAM


#6

In reply to GW0DSP
Check out Kostas’s QRZ.COM entry (last updated 31-03-07) > SV2LLB
73 Cris
GM4FAM


#7

In reply to GM4FAM:

Thanks Cris, just had a butchers and it would appears to be a good one, will log it when the DB is updated.
Heard you on this am 599+40 here, lol.

73 de Mike


#8

In reply to GW0DSP:
Yep, think its good too - hope so cos SV is one of the rarer DXCC SOTAs!
You are loud here also. Exciting times to be part of SOTA - totally addictive!

73 de CRIS
GM4FAM


#9

Both the online database, and the latest version of the Greece Association Reference Manual only include 3 summits (up to MC-003) in the SV/MC region. Therefore, this doesn’t appear to be a valid SOTA activation. However, if there are revisions to the SV ARM, that include SV/MC-005 valid from say 1st April, then retrospective claims may be made by chasers and activators. I have no knowledge of any revisions, but perhaps they are on their way through cyberspace right now!

If/when these extra summits are added to the SV association, I will advise on here.

Tom


#10

In reply to M1EYP:

Thanks for that info Tom.

vy 73

mike


#11

In reply to GW0DSP:

hello Mike

we wish to update the Greek ARM and summits database entries only once per year to reduse the load of SOTA management team.

I do that on every august. This year due to increased activity and many new summits i will send the database entries next week.

good luck

73, Panos, SV1COX


#12

In reply to SV1COX:
Many thanks for the info Panos

73 Graham G4JZF


#13

In reply to SV1COX:

Hello Panos

Many thanks for the info.

73 Mike GW0DSP


#14

In reply to GW0DSP:

welcome Mike

i allready send the new excel file to Tom, M1EYP.

have a great time

73, Panos, SV1COX


#15

OK everyone, the database has now been updated, with lots of new SV/ summits. Your activator and chaser logs for SV/MC-004, SV/MC-005 etc may now be entered, and the points claimed retrospectively, as the “valid from” date covers the dates of the activations. Sotawatch 2 will be updated in due course by Jon GM4ZFZ.

Thank you all for your patience.

Tom M1EYP


#16

In reply to M1EYP:

Thank you Tom.

73, Panos, SV1COX


#17

In reply to SV1COX:
Yes, thanks to Tom for the updates.
A question on the exact callsigns used in the April activations from MC-004 and MC-005 - I have logged the following calls:-
01/04/07 (MC-005) - SV2KBB/P
07/04/07 (MC-004) - SV2LLB/P
Are these calls correct or should they be SV2KBB/2/P or SV2KBB/2 (or other?).
73 de CRIS
GM4FAM


#18

In reply to GM4FAM:

hello Cris

as i am able to know SV2KBB and SV2LLB are two different radio amateurs (Arxelaos & Kwstas) and yes i am sure they are also SOTA activators.

73, Panos, SV1COX


#19

In reply to M1EYP:

Tom SV/TH-003 and SV/TH-004 are not on database (pse see the excell file on Thrace region).

many thanks

73, Panos, SV1COX


#20

In reply to SV1COX:
Greetings Panos
Thank-you for the information! I need the EXACT call of Arxelaos and Kwstas, like SV2KBB/2 or SV2KBB/P/2 or SV2KBB/P?
73 de CRIS
GM4FAM