It is early December so the 35EUDXF Activity Month of November is history.
And for sure it was and activity month…….
Daily the various 35EUDXF Special Event Stations were to be found on the various bands and modes.
An estimated total of OVER 45000 QSO’s prove there have been plenty of activity.
Some feedback from the 35EUDXF operators:
OQ35EUDXF went well for me. I was mostly QRV in FT8, due to my busy work schedule, but managed more than 2500 QSO’s.
The thing that I wanted to test has worked flawless. I coupled my N1MM logger with the Clublog “live” and this worked nice!
Got some nice mails from stations that wanted a sced with me to gain the award… Nice to see people do everything to get into the log, hihi
73’s Marc, ON6CC, OR3A
I had a great experience when operating PB35EUDXF in the month of November. A lot of stations around the globe were searching for EUDXF S.E.S. so I hope they may have worked a lot of us and have scored enough points to request one of the different Awards available.
Thank you all for another great EUDXF activity and see you next time.
73 Bob PB5X
OE35EUDXF; I have had consistently positive experiences with the activity, I was a few days off cause of QRL and CQWW weekend but I managed to log 7123 QSOs. Unfortunately, the callers in CW compared to my EUDXF activations in the years 2016 and 2018 have declined significantly, without cluster spot no traffic at all but I must say that 40m and 80m was always good for big CW pile ups. In contrast to the FT8 operation where always quickly a pile up has come about. The QSL cards are printed and I start already with the dispatch of the OQRS requested bureau and direct QSLs.
73 Jo OE6VIE
So also “the other side” had a great time…
I allready received approx 150 35EUDXF award applications and still daily new ones come in. As soon as all logs are availble for checking the awards will start coming out. Hopefully before Xmas.
More info on the 35EUDXF Award: click here
As a temporary Russian resident Dominik Dl5EBE aka. R4BE activates verious RDA’s from his “mobile shack”.
And yess, the heater does work 🙂
Look for R4BE/m in the CW portion of the band
The winners of the ‘Roy Stevens G2BVN Memorial Trophy’ were announced during the meeting of the IARU Region 1 Conference on October 24, 2021. Hans Blondeel Timmerman (PB2T) and also Ole Garpestad (LA2RR) have been added to the illustrious company of winners of this trophy. The coveted trophy is awarded to radio amateurs who have best illustrated the work and dedication of Roy Stevens (G2BVN) in international amateur radio. Radio amateurs from all over the world are eligible. The decision regarding the award of the trophy was made by an independent panel, chaired this year by SARL Secretary Dennis Green (ZS4BS).
Hans Blondeel Timmerman (PB2T) was chairman of IARU Region 1 from 2008 to 2014 and the secretary for the last four years. Before that, Hans Blondeel Timmerman was a member of the Executive Committee from 2002 and chairman of the Region 1 External Relations Committee. Hans Blondeel Timmerman has been IARU Satellite Advisor since 2016 and chairs the global IARU panel that coordinates frequency allocations for satellites in amateur frequencies. In addition, he has been widely involved in ITU and CEPT affairs. He has also led activities related to critical agenda items for amateur radio services in CEPT matters in preparation for the World Radio Conferences.
The EUDXF is proud to have Hans PB2T as a Board Member and we like to congratulate him with this well deserved award!