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"The Sierra Victor Team operators are: Max VE6RST, Jerry VE6TL, Heinz, VE6LDX, John VE6MRT, Cary VE4EA, Rob VE4GV"

We want to promote fun in HF contesting and we are always on the hunt to recruit new operators

TOWER & ANTENNA DETAILS

Tower 1

  • 40M 2el Yagi at 145 feet
  • 40M 3el Yagi at 120 feet
  • 20M 5el (3) stack (120ft-80ft-50ft)
  • Inverted Vees for 160M and 80M



TOWER – 2

  • 2M 12el Yagi (h) at 95 feet
  • 10M 5el Yagi at 90 feet
  • 15M 6el yagi at 85 feet
  • 15M 5el yagi fixed SE at 50 feet

TOWER – 3

  • 70CM 18 el Yagi (H) at 68 feet
  • 2M 4 x 12 el yagis array at 60 feet
  • 6M 9el Yagi at 65 feet

TOWER – 4

  • 10M 7el yagi 48 foot boom at 90 feet
  • 40M 3el Yagi at 85 feet
  • WARC dipole

80M 4-SQUARE ARRAY

 

  • 80M 4-SQ Array with a 120 radial per vertical ground screen
  • 160M vertical with a 60 radial ground screen
  • 4-SQ short vertical RX array
  • Beverages (4) approx. 800 plus feet
     

STATION 1

This operating position is usually assigned to the run position in M/S or M/2 operating event. It is a SO2R position (Single Operator 2 Radio) for advanced operating in run and multi activites.
Main rig is (2) Yaesu FT-1000MP MkV equipped with all filters and special rcvr roofing filters
Amplifier is a QRO HF-2500DX Mark III
Dunestar bandpass filter
Digital Voice Keyer MFJ-432
AEA CW keyer c/w bencher paddles
Heil Pro headset
Logging computer operating WriteLog software - connected to the station LAN and packet TNC
Antenna availability – Tower, 1 Tower 2, Tower 4, 80M 4SQ and beverages

STATION 2

This operating position is usually assigned as the multi position in M/S or the second run station in M/2.
Main rig is a Yaesu FT-1000MP Mark V equipped with all filters
Amplifier is a QRO HF-2500DX
Dunestar bandpass filter
Digital Voice Keyer MFJ-431
MFJ CW keyer c/w bencher paddles
Heil Pro headset
Logging computer operating WriteLog software – connected to the station LAN
Antenna availability – Tower 1, Tower 2, Tower 4, 80M 4SQ and beverages

STATION 3

All-purpose operating position, usually an advanced spotting position used to qualify packetcluster spots and watch for other possible band openings.
Main rig is a Yaesu FT-1000MP and FT-847
Amplifier is a Kenwood TL-922
MFJ CW keyer c/w paddles
Heil Pro headset
Logging computer operating Writelog software – connected to the station LAN
Antenna availability – Tower 3 only

MASTER COMPUTER POSITION
This is a contest management position to ensure that the packet cluster stays operating, edit log entries, create operating reports (QSO rates, multi totals, needed mults), check for ten minute rule violations and provide Internet telnet connection should the VHF cluster fail. Plus real time space weather reports and information.

OPERATING CREED & STRAGETY


Operated by Max VE6RST

Everyone on the operating team contributes to making the team effort a success. Each team operator is "charged" with a specific task to make it all happen. Our operating creed is very much tied to a winning attitude and effort.
• WriteLog the logging software, running in a CT compatible mode
• Operating stamina, the competitive edge of staying in the chair when the band conditions get rough or slow
Through the course of the contest (it is a 48 hour event) all the operators "cycle thru" the various team tasks. That being run station op, multi stn op, spot stn op and logging support. It is imperative that the run and multi stations be staffed and focused for the entire 48-hour event. I cannot over emphasis this number one operating strategy! Also keeping in mind that run, multi and spot positions must "work" together to maximize the score.
We use the packetcluster to its full extend, all spots are chased and re-confirmed. Yet, never losing sight of constantly searching the bands for multipliers for the full 48-hour period. We have a mild understanding of the propagation for our location that occurs during this 48-hour contest and have developed an operating plan to this end. We hope to "fine tune" the plan for the loss of 10M prop anticipated for this fall and ensure that 40M is mined for every Q and multi.
The first 24 hours of operating will set the stage of a winning effort. The second night will separate the “men from boys” and the last daytime operating hours will be a race to the finish.

CONTEST PERFORMANCE

CQWW DX SSB SCORES – Multi Single Class as VE6SV
YEAR QSOs ZONES CTYs Score  
1982 1,801 106 227 1,268,730 VE5GF
1983 2,341 91 176 1,311,711 VE5GF
1986 1,102 79 139 512,082 VE5GF
1987 1,102 89 154 512,082 VE5GF
1988 3,368 113 264 2,924,389 VE5GF
1989 2,675 100 220 1,802,249 VE5GF
1990 3,090 87 271 3,051,279 VE6SV
1992 3,850 146 411 5,089,309 VE6SV
1993 3,141 130 325 3,199,156 VE6SV
1994 1,629 86 162 830,800 VE6SV
1995 3,203 104 228 2,371,808 VE6SV
1996 2,530 107 288 2,229,380 VE6SV
1997 3,561 116 321 3,363,152 VE6SV
1998 3,381 134 351 3,596,760 VE6SV
1999 3,957 157 481 6,332,788 VE6SV
2000 3,657 152 467 5,289,355 VE6SV
2001 3,560 147 458 4,705,690 VE6SV
2001 3,133 132 380 3,264,000 CK6SV
2004 3,289 138 385 3,435,064 VE6SV
2006 3,089 123 341 3,094,416 VC6R
2007 2,979 93 223 1,806,256 VC6S
2008 3,138 118 327 2,873,365 VC6R
2009 3,248 116 310 2,822,250 VE6SV
2010 3,115 141 390 3,782,844 VC6A
2011 4,726 173 537 7,401,750 VE6SV
2012 4,516 166 479 6,777,660 VE6SV
2013 5,134 181 561 9,316,552 VE6SV

CQWW DX CW SCORES – Multi Single Class

1998 3,411 135 353 3,293,024 VE6SV
1999 3,632 158 446 4,845,288 VE6SV
2000 3,149 152 450 4,137,546 VE6SV
2001 1,895 122 327 1,795,102 VE6SV
2002 2,398 126 356 2,291,740 VE6SV
2007 1,838 105 254 1,266,911 VC6S
2009 2,540 152 386 2,918,650 VC6R
2011 3,871 181 558 6,526,848 VE6SV
2012 2,114 143 345 2,383,880 SOHPALL-VE6RST OP

CQWW WPX SSB – Multi Single Class

YEAR QSOs PREFIXES SCORE    
1989 3543 803 4,811,324 VE5GF  
1991 2153 707 3,961,321 VE6SV  
1993 3284 794 6,339,296 VE6SV  
1994 2443 756 4,622,940 VE6SV  
1996 2708 821 6,033,529 VE6SV  
1997 1635 564 2,324,808 VE6SV  
1998 2730 827 5,955,227 VE6SV  
1999 3429 978 9,173,640 VE6SV  
2000 4028 1085 12,773,705 VE6SV CURRENT CDN  RECORD
2001 3397 1139 10,253,278 VE6SV  
2002 3004 1073 8,737,439 VE6SV  
2003 2404 843 4,996,461 VE6SV  

ARRL INTERNATIONAL DX SSB
YEAR QSOs COUNTRIES SCORE

YEAR QSOs COUNTRIES SCORE    
1997 599 152 272,688 VE6SV Multi-Single
1998 2495 299 2,223,663 VE6SV Multi-Two
1999 1640 251 1,233,414 VE6SV Multi-Single
2002 4070 442 5,368,974 VE6SV Multi-Two
2003 1619 335 1,619,030 VE6SV Multi-Two

ARRL INTERNATIONAL DX CW

1999 1345 242 976,470 VE6SV Multi-Single
 
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