* SP DX Contest 2011 - Final Results *

 
 
 
 Final Results 2011
>>Committee Comments
 
 Results by Countries
>> ARGENTINA
>> ARMENIA
>> AUSTRALIA
>> AUSTRIA
>> AZERBAIJAN
>> BELARUS
>> BELGIUM
>> BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA
>> BRAZIL
>> BULGARIA
>> CANADA
>> CANARY IS.
>> COLOMBIA
>> CROATIA
>> CUBA
>> CYPRUS
>> CZECH REPUBLIC
>> DENMARK
>> ENGLAND
>> ESTONIA
>> FINLAND
>> FRANCE
>> GERMANY
>> GREECE
>> GUERNSEY AND DEPENDENCIES
>> HUNGARY
>> ICELAND
>> INDIA
>> INDONESIA
>> IRELAND
>> ISRAEL
>> ITALY
>> JAPAN
>> KALININGRAD
>> KAZAKHSTAN
>> KIRGHIZIA
>> KUWAIT
>> LATVIA
>> LIECHTENSTEIN
>> LITHUANIA
>> LUXEMBOURG
>> MACEDONIA
>> MADEIRA IS.
>> MARIANA IS.
>> MARTINIQUE
>> MOLDOVA
>> MONTENEGRO
>> MOROCCO
>> NETHERLANDS
>> NEW ZEALAND
>> NORTHERN IRELAND
>> NORWAY
>> PHILIPPINES
>> POLAND
>> PORTUGAL
>> PUERTO RICO
>> ROMANIA
>> RUSSIA - ASIATIC
>> RUSSIA - EUROPEAN
>> SCOTLAND
>> SENEGAL
>> SERBIA
>> SICILY
>> SLOVAK REPUBLIC
>> SLOVENIA
>> SOUTH KOREA
>> SPAIN
>> SWEDEN
>> SWITZERLAND
>> TAIWAN
>> THAILAND
>> TURKEY - ASIATIC
>> UKRAINE
>> UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
>> UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
>> UZBEKISTAN
>> WALES
>> QRP
>> Participants' comments
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SP DX Contest 2011

Thanks for participation in the SP DX Contest 2011, in our single-country event, which still gathers a lot of interest thanks to you: contesters from all over the world.

The SP DX Contest of 2011 was in many ways exceptional. First, anyone who was on the air during the first weekend of April 2011 could experience it - the solar activity was high and the propagation on HF bands was favourable after a long, dry period. Secondly, the number of submitted logs passed the 2000 mark for the first time in the history of SP DX Contest. The history of our competition is long, as the first event took place in 1933.

Thirdly, even though it is hard to compare figures in Amateur Radio contests in general, many new scores were added to the all-time-high chart, which you can find at the end of this booklet (or document).

The statistics and figures confirm that our contest is gaining in popularity. Some of the reasons are certainly such as: improving participation from Poland, better and faster work of the Contest Committee, increasing number of awards and our informative web site. The contest receives good support from the national organization PZK, and the SP DX Club.

The exact number of handled logs in year 2011 was 2037 from 78 different DXCC/WAE entities. The real number of stations active in the contest was greater, as many casual participants do not submit their logs.

Considering the number of licensees in Poland, the antenna restrictions imposed in recent years, the overall level of man-made electrical noise and other obstacles, the activity from Poland in SP DX Contest is enviably high. This, in turn, generates higher activity from other countries. We hope that this trend will continue.

The contest website includes many statistical information, all-time records and a searchable data base. Any comments, queries, corrections and questions can be forwarded to the Contest Committee at contest_questions@spdxcontest.info

Thank you for taking part in SP DX Contest 2011 and submitting your log. We give a big hand to the sponsors of contest trophies.

Finally, please accept our cordial invitation to join us in SP DX Contest 2012, which will take place on the first full weekend of April, viz. 7 - 8 April 2012.

SP DX Contest Committee
SP7DQR, SP5UAF, SP5JXK

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

Asia. SO MIXED multiband categories (regardless of power used)

9K2HN

Polish Amateur Radio Union

DACHL countries (DL, HB9, HB0, OE). Top Single OP Score regardless of a category

DF1IAQ

SP5ES

Europe (outside SP). SO 40M PHONE

DJ0IF

SQ3LVO/SN3S

Africa. Top Score regardless of category

EA8AVK

SP8LBK

Baltics (LY, YL , ES). Top Single OP Score regardless of a category

ES5GP

SQ6NEJ

World. Top 160 Meters Score

EU3AR

SP6CZ

France. Top Single OP Score regardless of a category

F8DRE

SP9UJR

British-Irish Isles. Top Single OP Score regardless of a category

G0DVJ

Team SN0HQ

Japan. Top Score regardless of a category

JH4UYB

SP5WA

North America. SOAB CW (regardless of power used)

K1GQ

SP2JMB

North America. SO 40M CW

K3TW/4

SP3SLA/SN3X

North America. SOAB PHONE (regardless of power used)

KU1T

SO6X/SP6IXF

Europe. SOTB MIXED

LY7M

SN3R/SP3KEY Club Team

Scandinavia. Top Single OP Score All Band regardless of a category

OH1B

SP5LM

South America. SOAB CW (regardless of power used)

PY5/SP7ASZ

SP7CVW

Russia. SO 40M CW

R3ZZ

SP3SLA/SN3X

Asia. SOAB MIXED QRP

RA9MU

SP2JMR

Europe (outside SP). SOAB MIXED HP

RK3M

SP DX Club

Europe (outside SP). MOAB MIXED

RN3F

SN2K/SP2YWL

Asiatic Russia. SOAB PHONE (regardless of power used)

RO9O

SP2JMR

Europe (outside SP). SOAB CW HP

RT3T

SP2DX

Asia. SOAB CW HP

RT9A

SP5IXI/VK6DXI/9M8DX

Asia. SOAB CW LP

RT9S

SP9PT

Poland. MOAB MIXED

SN3R

VK3CTN/SP1CTN

Poland. SOAB CW LP

SN7Q

OT73 (Warsaw) District of the PZK

Poland. SOTB MIXED

SN8R

Polish Amateur Radio Union

Poland. SOAB MIXED HP

SO6I

OT73 (Warsaw) District of the PZK

Poland. SOAB CW HP

SO6T

SP5LM

Poland. SWL MIXED

SP-0142-JG

SQ8MXS and Egzaminkf.pl Service

Poland. SOAB PHONE HP

SP6IXF

SP9UML/SO9L

Poland. SOAB PHONE LP

SP9AQF

SP5LM

Poland. SOAB MIXED LP

SQ9UM

OT73 (Warsaw) District of the PZK

Europe (outside SP). SOAB CW LP

UA4FCO

SP5UAF/SN5M

World (outside EU). MOAB MIXED

UN8LWF

SO9Q/SP9YDX Club Team

Europe (outside SP). SOAB PHONE (regardless of power used)

UR5GDX

SQ1EIX

Ukraine. Top Single OP All Band Score regardless of a category

UR5GDX

SP5ECC

Ukraine. Top Single OP Single Band Score regardless of a category

UT3SA

SP5WA

Europe (outside SP). SOAB MIXED LP

UU2CW

SP DX Club

North America. SOTB MIXED

VA3PL

OT26 (Torun) District of the PZK

North America. SOAB MIXED (regardless of power used)

VE9ML

SP1NY

Australia/Oceania. SO (Single Operator categories)

YB3XM

SP6T

Contest Awards

Number of awards in each country and category depends on the number of participants. For many years we use the following routine:

Number of participantsAwarded places
1 - 41
5 - 91-2
10 - 141-3
15 - 201-4
21 - 301-5
31 - 401-6
41 - 501-7
51 - 601-8
61 - 701-9
> 701-10

SP DX Contest 2011. 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 2011 is as follows:
2E0CNL, 2E0EET, 8S0C, BX4AD, DC2IP, DF7GG, DJ5MW, DL2BIS, DL2MDU, DL2VRL, DL7SLB, DL7USW/P, DL9NO, DM5DX, EA3BJM, EI9JF, EW6GF, F1LPN, G4GIR, HA2ERO, HA8TP, JK6MQC, K8BZ, LA7NFA, LU1FM, LY2CO, LZ1ONK, LZ9W, M0CKX, M0RTI, MM0BHX, OE5FZO, OH6GAW, OH8US, OK4MM, OM3RM, ON3CYV, OO9O, PA0RBO, PY5/SQ7FPH, R0JY, R2SA, R3GM, R9QQ, RA2FN, RK3SWB, RM8D, RU3SD, RU9YF, RW3YW, RZ9CJ, RZ9OC, SN3Q, SN5Y, SN7A, SN7F, SO5S, SO7O, SP2CWO, SP2DDX, SP2EXE, SP2QCU, SP2WGB, SP3CYY, SP3FUK, SP3IC, SP3J, SP3JWG, SP3LD, SP4LX, SP4Z, SP5AHY, SP5CIB, SP5DDJ, SP5GQX, SP5IKC, SP5LCG, SP5NVX, SP6BFK, SP6CZ, SP6EF, SP6FEK, SP6PCM, SP6TRO, SP6VWC, SP7EWL, SP7GXK, SP7JKX, SP7KDJ, SP7LIE, SP7OMS, SP7SP, SP7TEV/7, SP8EEX, SP8GEY, SP8KPK, SP8MFW, SP9CIH, SP9CTW, SP9H, SP9IHP, SP9MDY, SP9VOU, SQ1BVG, SQ1OHK, SQ4HRN, SQ5OMO, SQ6CU, SQ6LAW, SQ6ODD, SQ9E, SQ9IAL, TA2ACK, UA3OQ, UR4WWT, UR7QM, US0HZ, UX0IK, UX1IL, VU2NXM, YO4AB, YO5PBF,

Operators of contest and special event stations:

4O3A: YU1YV; 4X0A: 4X1VF; 8S0C: SM0MPV; 8S6A: SM6DPF; 9K2HN: SP4R; CR5BWW: CT1BWW; DM3F: DH5FS; HF800Z: SP6CES; HG30LP: HG0LP; HG6C: HA6IAM; HG8C: HA8EK; HS0AC: HS0/OZ1HET; SA1A: SM1TDE; SD3A: SM3FJF; SE6N: SA6AXR; SE6Y: SM6DED; SE7A: SM7YII; SF3A: SM3CER; SF5X: SM5EFX; SI3A: SM3LIV; SI5S: SM5NVF; SI5Y: SM5BKK; SK6HD: SM5BKK; SM0A: SM0AIG; SM0Q: SM0OGQ; SM6V: SM6VAO; SM6Z: SM6BZE; SN1A: SP1EG; SN1C: SP1RFC; SN1J: SP1MWF; SN1T: SQ1RET; SN1Z: SQ1EIX; SN2M: SP2XF; SN2Q: SP2HYO; SN2R: SP2QCR; SN2Z: SP2JNK; SN3C: SP3ASN; SN3Q: SP3FLQ; SN3S: SQ3LVO; SN3X: SP3SLA; SN4F: SP4TKO; SN4W: SP4ICP; SN5A: SP5AZN; SN5B: SP5SSB; SN5J: SP5JXK; SN5N: SP5KP; SN5O: SP5BYC; SN5V: SQ5EBM; SN5Y: SQ5WAA; SN7A: SP7MOA; SN7F: SP7LFT; SN7O: SP7IVO; SN7Q: SP7GIQ; SN7S: SP7IDX; SN8B: SP8CUR; SN8F: SP8FHK; SN8L: SQ8JCB; SN8M: SP8MI; SN8Q: SP8IMG; SN8R: SP8ONZ; SN9L: SQ9NIS; SN9N: SQ9ZM; SN9P: SQ9GAI; SN9R: SP9BRP; SN9U: SP9UMJ; SN9Y: SP9UOP; SN9Z: SP6EQZ; SO1D: SP1JPQ; SO2D: SP2IKP; SO2F: SP2CNW; SO2O: SQ2GXO; SO2W: SP2GWH; SO4P: SP4DEU; SO5D: SP5DZC; SO5S: SP5SS; SO6C: SP6CIK; SO6I: SP6JIU; SO6T: SP6T; SO7A: SP7MOC; SO7L: SP7UWL; SO7O: SP7DQR; SO8A: SP8BRQ; SO8L: SQ8JLU; SO8N: SP8HZZ; SO8O: SP8AJC; SO8R: SQ8JLA; SO8T: SP8TJU; SO9D: SP9DLY; SO9G: SP9DTE; SO100MSC: SP2FAP; SP0PZK: SP5JTF; SP3ZIR: SQ3JPV; TA7/KM8W: R5GA; TM0X: F4BKV; US5E: UR7EQ; UT3L: UR5LO; UT3N: UT3NK; UT8L: UY5LQ; UU1K: UU0JM; UW2F: UT0FT; UZ0U: UY5ZZ; UZ2L: US4LS; YQ5Q: YO5OHO; YT9M: YU1PJ; YU5T: YU1JU.

Operators of MOAB MIXED Stations

A61ZX: A61ZX, A61AB, A61BM
DL0FTL: DL2DRM DH5ABC
LZ4UU: LZ2PS,LZ4UU
OK2KYC: OK2AIA, OK2BUC, OK2MBO, OK2MBP
PG2AA: PG2AA, NL9554
S59T: no data
SK7OA: SG7A, SM7LXV
RN3F: RK3AW, RK3FM, RW3F
RZ4FWW: UA4-677-148, RK4FL, RO4F
RK4HYT: RA4HBS, R4H-40, R4H-31
RK2FXB: PETROVA ELENA, PETRIOV VLAD
RK9Q: RW9QA, RW9QC, UA9QFF
RK9SWF: RA9SG, RW9TA, RA9ST
RK9CYA: RK9CR, UA9CMP
UN8LWF: UN7LZ, UN9LAB, UN7LAA
UW3E: USE-073, US6EX, UV5EOZ
UR4PWC: US-P-369, UT4PZ
UT1KWA: UT1KY, UT5KDS, Aleksandr
UX8IXX: UX8IX, US8IDX
YR2X: YO2LEA, YO2MIA, YO2LGV
SN3R: SP3HRN, SQ6NTM
SP6YAQ: SP5HNK, SQ8MZW, SQ6ILS, SQ6NEF, SQ6MS
SN9V: SP9GFI, SP9NWN, SQ9CIE
SN9W: SP9UML, SP9CCD, SP9JZT, SP9JQA, SP9HVV
SP9KDA: SP6GCU, SP6OJG, SP9LJE, SP6MQO, SP6-8522
SP9PZD: SQ9PM, SP9LJD, SP9IKF
SP2KPD: SP2IJ, SP2DKI
SP6ZDA: no data
SN7H: SQ7MZH, SQ7LRT, SQ7NNL, SQ7IQM, SP7Q
SP9KAT: SQ9BDV, SP9OUV, SP9FV, SP9BXU, SP9BFC, SQ9JXE, SP9HQI
SO3RM/1: DL2JRM, DL5SE
SP1KRF: Maciek, SP1IVL, SQ1DWS
SP5ZIM: SP5VYI, SP5GRU
SN9F: SP9EMI, SP9HML
SN5T: SQ5ABF, SQ5ABG
SN9K: SP9MDY, SP9-31018
SP9PEX: SP9HXA, SP9TTX, SQ9NKK
SP1KV: no data
SN1D: SP1RKT, SP1GZF
SP4PBI: SP4Z, SP4INT
SP6PYP: SP6AAT, SQ6PMA, SQ6PWJ
SP6PZG: no data
SP8ZBX: SP8NFZ, SQ8NGV
SP2PMK: SP2MSF, SP2IMB, SP2UKX
SP2ZFT: SP2BRI, SP2FAV
SP6PLH: no data
SP9PTA: SP9LAS, SP9IEK
SP1KZE: SP1MWN
SP8KEA: SP8LZC, SP8CIE
SP9PKM: SQ9JKW

SP DX Contest 2011. Countries and Number of Participants

There are: 2038 participants who submitted their logs. Logs (including checkogs) came from 77 DXCC/WAE Entities. Below you can see the table showing entities which were present in the SP DX Contest and number of participants (logs) from each entity.

COUNTRY

Participants

ARGENTINA

4

ARMENIA

1

AUSTRALIA

8

AUSTRIA

3

AZERBAIJAN

1

BELARUS

13

BELGIUM

23

BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA

8

BRAZIL

24

BULGARIA

18

CANADA

24

CANARY IS.

2

COLOMBIA

1

CROATIA

13

CUBA

1

CYPRUS

2

CZECH REPUBLIC

36

DENMARK

7

ENGLAND

42

ESTONIA

8

FINLAND

11

FRANCE

23

GERMANY

118

GREECE

6

GUERNSEY AND DEPENDENCIES

1

HUNGARY

21

ICELAND

1

INDIA

2

INDONESIA

4

IRELAND

11

ISRAEL

3

ITALY

30

JAPAN

39

KALININGRAD

7

KAZAKHSTAN

10

KIRGHIZIA

1

KUWAIT

1

LATVIA

14

LIECHTENSTEIN

1

LITHUANIA

23

LUXEMBOURG

1

MACEDONIA

2

MADEIRA IS.

2

MARIANA IS.

1

MARTINIQUE

1

MOLDOVA

2

MONTENEGRO

1

MOROCCO

2

NETHERLANDS

48

NEW ZEALAND

2

NORTHERN IRELAND

1

NORWAY

12

PHILIPPINES

2

POLAND

804

PORTUGAL

5

PUERTO RICO

1

ROMANIA

27

RUSSIA - ASIATIC

83

RUSSIA - EUROPEAN

168

SCOTLAND

7

SENEGAL

1

SERBIA

12

SICILY

2

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

13

SLOVENIA

6

SOUTH KOREA

1

SPAIN

20

SWEDEN

47

SWITZERLAND

5

TAIWAN

2

THAILAND

2

TURKEY - ASIATIC

6

UKRAINE

104

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

1

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

76

UZBEKISTAN

1

WALES

1

Thanks for participation in SP DX Contest 2011. We hope to see you callsign next time also.
 
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SP DX Contest Committee