In March 2013 the group entered its first major contest and secured a first place in England as a result. We entered the Multi-Single category which was all band and high power. We had an ELecraft K3, driving an Expert 1k-FA to 400W. Antennas were a Jaybeam TB3 at 35 feet, a Cushcraft MA4080 and …
This contest was run by Darrell G0HVQ as SO40m Band QSOs Pts ZN Cty 7 406 869 17 57 25 Total 406 869 17 57 25 Score: 86,031
For CQWW CW 2012 M0VSQ was activated from the station of M0PCB as a Single Operator All Band High Power entry. The station was active for 20 hours across all bands, though other commitments cut the time active a bit short. It looks like we came 6th in the category in G, there were some …
We’ve not entered this contest before, and it seemed like it could be fun given how band conditions had been in the previous few weeks. On Saturday afternoon we got the beam up at QTH G0HVQ and found there were issues with it, replacing the two driven element tips with ones that Darrell had in …
M0VSQ/P was be active again in the RSGB SSB Field Day event over the weekend of 1st/2nd September 2012. Last year we entered the open section, though this time around we decided to concentrate on entering the restricted section, sticking to 100W of transmitter power and a single element antenna. The equipment used was an …
The group took part in the contest for the first time over the weekend of 12/13th May 2012. Operating from the QTH of M0TAY we had some teething problems with a new radio that we’d not really used before, but after a slow start we managed 179 QSOs in the end with 100W from an Icom IC-9100 and an …
Some new events have been identified for the group to enter, the calendar has been updated to reflect these. M0VSQ looks like it is about to take off!