All five HF stations running in the shack tonight :
From left to right, M0LCM on 20m SSB, G4HUN on 40m SSB, M0VFC on 17m CW, M0DEG on 30m CW and G3ZAY on 15m CW.
This is the current antenna farm at GS3PYE/P :
See if you can spot the …
We reserve the right to add, change or delete antennas during the week 🙂
Just to complete the picture, this is the view from the base of Flossies mast, looking north-east :
This is what it looks like from the top of the hill :
Paul M3JFM has posted some videos of GS3PYE/P contacts, recorded from his home in Oxford, UK. The GS3PYE/P operators include Pete 2E0SQL, Rob M0VFC and Steve M1ACB.
Please go to Paul M3JFM’s YouTube Channel to view the videos.
Juan YV4BCD also recorded GS3PYE/P on 20m from Venezuela (Operator Colin G4ERO).
GS3PYE/P – 20m (from Venezuela)
We have analysed the GS3PYE/P and GS6PYE/P logs using Clublog and are extremely happy to report that we had a total of exactly 9100 QSOs from 108 DXCCs and 7380 distinct callsigns. The number of countries per band was as follows :
If you have a Clublog account, you can view the full analysis here
We are all incredibly grateful for the 7380 individual stations who called us while we were operating from the Isle of Arran. We would also like to especially mention the 266 QSOs with M3, M6 and /QRP stations – it really was great to speak to you.
The dxpedition was a very enjoyable success because so many people took the time to contact us, many of them making the extra effort to work us on a number of different bands. Thank you.
Bob G1SAA was busy recording time-lapse videos of some of the GS3PYE/P operators while we were on Arran. He’s posted them, together with more videos of the shack and antennas, on the Camb-Hams YouTube Channel
Here are some direct links to videos of some of the operators in action :
A signed packet of GS3PYE/P DXpedition custard is up for sale at the Magnum Radio Rally in Irvine.
Flossie made the trip with us of course. It was a little difficult to get her up the lane to the cottage on Arran with more than a little tree pruning required.
Things were easier on the way back down the track, if a little wet after the thunder storms.