* SP DX Contest 2005 - Final Results *

 
 
 
 Final Results 2005
>>Committee Comments
 
 Results by Countries
>> ANTARCTICA
>> ARGENTINA
>> AUSTRALIA
>> AZERBAIJAN
>> BALEARIC IS.
>> BELARUS
>> BELGIUM
>> BRAZIL
>> BULGARIA
>> CANADA
>> CANARY IS.
>> CROATIA
>> CZECH REPUBLIC
>> DENMARK
>> ENGLAND
>> ESTONIA
>> FINLAND
>> FRANCE
>> GERMANY
>> GREECE
>> GUERNSEY AND DEPENDENCIES
>> HONG KONG
>> HUNGARY
>> ICELAND
>> INDIA
>> INDONESIA
>> IRELAND
>> ISRAEL
>> ITALY
>> JAPAN
>> KALININGRAD
>> KAZAKHSTAN
>> KIRGHIZIA
>> LATVIA
>> LIECHTENSTEIN
>> LITHUANIA
>> LUXEMBOURG
>> MADEIRA IS.
>> MARITIME MOBILE
>> MARTINIQUE
>> MOLDOVA
>> NETHERLANDS
>> NEW ZEALAND
>> NORTHERN IRELAND
>> NORWAY
>> POLAND
>> PORTUGAL
>> ROMANIA
>> RUSSIA - ASIATIC
>> RUSSIA - EUROPEAN
>> SCOTLAND
>> SERBIA
>> SICILY
>> SLOVAK REPUBLIC
>> SLOVENIA
>> SPAIN
>> SWEDEN
>> SWITZERLAND
>> TAIWAN
>> TURKEY - ASIATIC
>> TURKEY - EUROPEAN
>> UKRAINE
>> UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
>> WALES
>> QRP
>> Participants' comments
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Country: BALEARIC IS. Number of logs: 0 (in this checklogs - not listed here).

SP DX Contest 2005

We are glad do announce the final results of the SP DX Contest 2005. Thanks for participation in the SP DX Contest 2005. Our single-country event still gathers a lot of participants from all over the World. It is possible thanks to all of you: contesters from all over the world.

The time when the SP DX Contest 2005 took place was a very special time in Poland. Our great Polish Pope John Paul II died on Saturday night, April 2. When it happened a lot of us cancelled contest operation: for some hours or to the end of the contest.

In 2003 we decided to bring new categories into the rules: THREE BAND, SO AB MIXED QRP, LOW POWER and HIGH POWER categories. It is usually very hard to spread the changes in the contest rules. We tried to publish new rules and give as much information as possible. However there are still logs with wrong categories which do not exist any more. In such situations the score was recalculated to the possibly similar category. If we had to make a decision which category to choose we always decided to choose the one where the final score was better.

We experience the part of solar cycle which is not too good for new contest records. Sometimes there are very good propagation but usually not during contests. This year we had no logs in SO 10 meters entries. But we have new categories since 2003 and as you can see there’s still a lot of place for new records even when propagation does not cooperate with us. We would like to mention VE3QAA who has exactly the same number of valid QSOs (262) as in 2004 but this year he had better multiplier.

TROPHIES, PLAQUES, SPECIAL AWARDS

Every year we have special trophies or plaques sponsored for the best scores in a category, best CW score, best score from a continent etc. The awarded "category" is always the decision of a donor. Sponsored "categories" are not the same as contest categories. We have trophies for the best continental scores, best YL score etc. This year the following plaques were donated:

Donated section

Winner

Donor

Africa. The top score (regardless of categor)

EA8ASJ

SP8LBK

SOAB PHONE LP. World (outside SP)

GM0NTL

SP5XVY

SO TB Mixed. Europe (outside SP)

IT9VCE

PZK HQ

SO categories. Japan (trophy for the highest score among all Single Operator categories, regardless of mode or power used)

JH4UYB

SP5WA

SO TB Mixed. North America

K3TW

SP8BRQ

SOAB MIXED. North America (trophy for the highest score regardless of power used)

K3WW

SP5MXZ

SOAB PHONE HP. World (outside SP)

ON5GQ

SP6IXF

SOAB MIXED LP. Asia

RK9CR

SP9P

MOAB MIXED. World (outside SP)

RT9W

SP5ZCC/SN5Z

SO 40M CW. World (outside SP)

S57DX

SP5XVY

SOAB MIXED HP. World (outside SP)

UA3QDX

SP2FAX (SO2R)

SOAB MIXED LP. World (outside SP)

UA4FER

SP2FAX (SO2R)

SO 20M CW. World (outside SP)

UA4SAW

SP2B

SO AB CW LP. Europe (outside Poland)

UA6LTI

SP5UAF

SOAB PHONE LP. Asia

UA9ACJ

SQ5IRO

SO TB Mixed. World (outside SP)

UA9CSA

PZK HQ

SOAB CW HP. World (outside SP)

UA9SP

SP7GIQ (SN7Q)

SOAB SSB. North America (trophy for the highest score regardless of power used)

VE3DXP

SP7VC (SN7V)

SOAB CW. North America (trophy for the highest score regardless of power used)

VE3QAA

SP5TAT/AG4VP

Autralia/Oceania. The highest score (regardless of category)

VK8AV

SP6T

Countries

There are: 1198 participants who submitted their logs. Logs came from 64 countries.

COUNTRY

Participants

ANTARCTICA

1

ARGENTINA

2

AUSTRALIA

4

AZERBAIJAN

1

BALEARIC IS.

1

BELARUS

18

BELGIUM

10

BRAZIL

6

BULGARIA

19

CANADA

22

CANARY IS.

1

CROATIA

8

CZECH REPUBLIC

21

DENMARK

2

ENGLAND

19

ESTONIA

2

FINLAND

5

FRANCE

20

GERMANY

64

GREECE

3

GUERNSEY AND DEPENDENCIES

2

HONG KONG

1

HUNGARY

12

ICELAND

1

INDIA

2

INDONESIA

2

IRELAND

6

ISRAEL

3

ITALY

20

JAPAN

23

KALININGRAD

1

KAZAKHSTAN

8

KIRGHIZIA

1

LATVIA

13

LIECHTENSTEIN

2

LITHUANIA

9

LUXEMBOURG

1

MADEIRA IS.

1

MARITIME MOBILE

2

MARTINIQUE

1

MOLDOVA

1

NETHERLANDS

19

NEW ZEALAND

1

NORTHERN IRELAND

1

NORWAY

4

POLAND

501

PORTUGAL

1

ROMANIA

11

RUSSIA - ASIATIC

63

RUSSIA - EUROPEAN

94

SCOTLAND

4

SERBIA

7

SICILY

5

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

8

SLOVENIA

3

SPAIN

9

SWEDEN

14

SWITZERLAND

4

TAIWAN

1

TURKEY - ASIATIC

2

TURKEY - EUROPEAN

2

UKRAINE

49

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

52

WALES

2

Checklogs

Thanks for sending your logs for checking purposes. It helped us a lot to check the accuracy of sumbitted contacts. Please note that logs without all required information were also used only for checking purposes. The list of checklogs for SP DX Contest 2005 is as follows:
AB2TC, DH2URF, DL1DTF, DL2KUF, DL4JYT, EA1CS, EA7HE, F2NZ/P, F6DRP, G3VQO, G4KHM, HA1DAE, HA3OD, HA5AZZ, HF1IARU, HF4IARU, IK0OTJ, IK1PMR, LZ1DM, N1NN, PY5ZHP, RA1AFT, RA9DZ, SM4FYX, SN3R, SN6W, SO5O, SO7S, SP1RKZ, SP2BME, SP2DX, SP2EXE, SP2FUD, SP2GJV, SP2HNL, SP2ILQ, SP2PI, SP2QCU, SP2US, SP2UV, SP2WN, SP2WXV, SP3BGD, SP3DTB, SP3E, SP3FAR, SP3IQ, SP3LAU, SP3MIZ, SP3NX, SP4BPH, SP4DDS, SP4DZT, SP4GDC, SP4GFG, SP4JWD, SP4LXC, SP5ALP, SP5BR, SP5BTN, SP5BWO, SP5CGN, SP5EWY, SP5GDY, SP5ICS, SP5IKC, SP5IXS, SP5LCC, SP5SA, SP5UAF, SP5XSD/1, SP6CJK, SP6EF, SP6EQZ/9, SP6FJ, SP6IXF, SP6IXU, SP6MQO, SP7FBB, SP7FBQ, SP7HQ, SP7IIT, SP7TF, SP8BRQ, SP8DHJ, SP8FNA, SP8FPK, SP8FUX, SP8HXN, SP9BNM, SP9CVY, SP9DLY, SP9DNO, SP9EEC, SP9GAY, SP9GFI, SP9GPW, SP9GR, SP9HML, SP9HZF, SP9KDA, SP9MQB, SP9RTI, SP9UMJ, SP9UOP, SP9WLC, SP9XCN, SQ1WO, SQ3JVX, SQ4CUM, SQ5BB/1, SQ5FWR, SQ5TA, SQ6FHP, SQ8LUV, SQ9ANS, SQ9CWO, SQ9HZM, SQ9ITC, SQ9ITH, SQ9JKW, UN7BN, UR4UGL, UT3NF, VA3IX, W1/SP2FF, WJ9B, YL2GTD, YO9FYP, YU1AAV, YZ1A,

Thanks for participation in SP DX Contest 2005. We hope to see you callsign next time also.
 
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SP DX Contest Committee