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2011 6M JT6M Challenge Results
2011 6M JT6M Challenge Final Results
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PositionCallLocatorTotal Score
1SM7FJEJO65ML600
2OZ8ZSJO55RT546
3S57TWJN75EX442
4SP9HWYJO90NH395
5OE5MPLJN78CJ382
6ON6NLJO21UE334
7GM8OEGIO86NM313
8G1CWPIO90WX307
9EA3AKYJN11AK293
10EA2ARDIN93AH275
11S59AJN76XQ266
12LA3EQJO28XJ241
13GD6ICRIO74PF233
14SM2CKRKP03DT221
15EA3LLJN01NE213
16UW8SMKN28IV207
 G0LFFIO90WX207
18ON6LEOJO21UE197
19PC7MJO32GF165
20EB1EHOIN73DM157
21OZ1DLDJO45RL156
22G4BRKIO91HP152
23SM5EPOJP80MC143
24S58PJN76ID134
25S51AYJN86FN129
26G4FJKIO80HV127
27GM4VVXIO78TA122
28GW4MBNIO71PR121
29LA2MOAJP50HW117
30F1TMYJN14MC112
31SM/OH5LID/JP84JP84WX109
32IW8FFXJN70HR94
33SM/OH5LID/JP85JP85XA93
34OH1MNKP10FO84
35YO5LDKN17WW73
 EA1ARIN70PP73
37LA/OE9ICIJP43EM72
38F4EZJJN05DK69
39OH5LIDKP41KL68
40OH5LID/KP17KP17UE54
41OH5LID/KP21KP21GJ48
42SM/OH5LID/JP94JP94QX46
 LA9AKAJP99MS46
44SM/OH5LID/KP06KP06WC45
45UT5JAJKN64SM44
46SK0CTJO89XJ31
47G4SPDIO91PF27
48IW9FRAJM68GA21
49OE1SMCJN88DD20
50OH5LID/KP25KP25QH15
51LA5NNAJO38MA13
52EI7IXIO53FT6
 IZ7AUHJN80PL6
54SP1JPQJO73HI3
 G4ASRIO81MX3
56F5TMJJN03VP1
Congratulatons to SM7FJE on winning the 2011 6M JT6M Challenge !!!
  • Summary
    The winner of the 2011 6M JT6M Challenge is Bo, SM7FJE who worked a total 226 grids, with a score of 600 points. Congratulations Bo ! 55 stations from 20 countries entered a score, logging a total of 3121 contacts from 314 grids with 511 different stations.
  • Total Entries (scoring) = 55
  • Total Grids worked = 314 (4 digit grid e.g. IO90)
  • Total QSO's entered = 3121
  • Total Unique calls worked = 511
  • Total Countries Worked = 50 in 4 continents
  • Best DX - OE5MPL JN78cj <> ZS6BTE KG33xv=8364km
  • For full list of 6M grids/stations worked click here
Countries/Stations worked
4O 1 LY 1
9A 2 LZ 9
9H 1 OE 12
CN 1 OH 32
CT 3 OK 17
CU 1 OM 4
DL 21 ON 13
E7 1 OY 2
EA 34 OZ 32
EA6 1 PA 16
EA8 3 S5 9
EI 7 SM 41
ES 4 SP 21
F 24 SV 7
G 34 SV9 2
GD 2 T7 2
GI 2 TA 1
GM 14 TF 1
GU 1 UR 16
GW 4 YL 9
HA 11 YO 7
HB9 6 YU 5
I 39 Z3 1
IS0 2 ZS 1
K 2    
LA 29    
Continents/Grids/Stations worked
Continent Grids Stations
Africa 2 2
Asia 1 1
Europe 309 506
North America 2 2


Top 10 Grids Worked
Grid No. QSO's
JO55 46
JO65 43
JN78 41
JO21 38
IO90 35
JN75 35
JO03 33
JO54 32
IO86 31
JO90 31
  • 2011 6M JT6M Challenge Winner - Bo, SM7FJE (JO65ml) - 226 Grids worked - 600 points.
Bo worked a total of 41 countries in 226 grids including 3 "wet grids" with GM0KZG/MM.
Best DX worked was EA8AQV in IL28fc QRB :3804 km, Prop Mode was multi hop ES.

RIG : Yeasu FT-920 – 100 W RF, Yeasu FT-1000MP Mark-V + FTV1000 – 100 W RF, Yeasu FT-2000D – 200 W RF
ANT : 4x9 el, 2 wl, M2 with elevation 24 m agl (very limited usage in the challenge), 1x9 el, 2 wl, M2 with elevation 14 m agl
SM7FJE Shack

SM7FJE Antennas
Bo commented : The 2011 JT6M Challenge opened a new door on 6 meters for me. Due to frustration over the poor 6m propagation I decided to try it. During the Quadrantids my antenna (the single yagi) was pointing east all the time because of rotator problems and the big array too (storm secured). I soon discovered that my friend Henrik, OZ8ZS, just across the small waters separating OZ and SM was a keen and dedicated player, so the competitive part of me decided to give him a fight. Very soon both Henrik and myself were blamed for hunting everybody entering the KST cluster, which we did, but those who “never did so – just worked on random” soon forgot their own words and followed ;o)
It was fun to se how reliable the mode was, when both stations knew the procedure and how many rookies we introduced JT6M to. Having several, up to 1 hour, skeds with EA1YV (IN52) before we finally made it was great fun. This is so far my best distance worked on pure MS.The sad thing is the limited number of station on this mode and the chaos on 50.230 during weekends and showers.

Thanks to everybody for a great challenge and a special thanks to Henrik teasing me to spend many hours on a “dead”, but still magic, 6m band.
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