Re: entering logs UKAC
Paul Selwood G3YDY
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“is there really any point in us mortals entering a log?” YES
So now you start try to climb up the table by making improvements to your system and operating technique. Quite minor changes to each of these can make a big improvement in QSO’s numbers/distances worked. A few years ago in the 2M UKAC I was running at 70ish QSO’s one change to technique had the immediate effect of increasing this to between 90 and 100 QSO’s – That was when I was really keen, I don’t go flat out like that anymore.
From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io <UKMicrowaves@groups.io> On Behalf Of militaryoperator via Groups.Io
Just checked to see what logs received for 23cm on 15th. !!!wow!!
With entries with 90, 80, 70 and 60 odd contacts, is there really any point in us mortals entering a log?
Would seem if your not on a hill or got a big tower with multi operators its a waste of time.
Is there a section for single operators, from modest locations with modest antennas?
Was going to drag stuff out for tomorrows 13cm. Might just go to the pub instead.
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