2010 Moscow, Russia

WRTC 2010 Russia logo

WRTC 2010 Russia logo

WRTC 2010 was held in Moscow, Russia, organized by Soyuz Radioljubiteley Rossii – the Russian National amateur radio society. 48 teams representing 24 countries participated. For the first time in WRTC history, all operating sites were as equal as possible, using flat fields with no significant location advantages. Volunteers from radio clubs all over Russia installed identical antennas and tents at each site. All competitors operated “Field Day style” using portable electric generators.

Also new in WRTC 2010, both operators were allowed to operate at the same time, interleaving contacts, as long as only one transmitted at a time, an operating style borrowed from the Russian Radiosport Team Championship (RRTC). Most participants used a triplexer or diplexer to enable the tri-band Yagi antenna to be shared by both transceivers at the same time without interference.

First place: Vladimir Aksenov RW1AC and Alexey Mikhailov RA1AIP of Russia

Second plage: Tõnno Vähk ES5TV and Toivo Hallikivi ES2RR from Estonia

Third place: Dan Craig N6MJ and Chris Hurlbut KL9A from the U.S.A.

Visit the WRTC 2010 Russia official website.

More Info

Place WRTC
Call Sign
Operators Score
1 R32F RW1AC/RA1AIP 4 098 162
2 R33A ES5TV/ES2RR 4 084 889
3 R33M N6MJ/KL9A 3 942 904
4 R39D S50A/S57AW 3 907 540
5 R34P K5ZD/W2SC 3 889 908
6 R32K RV3BA/RA3CO 3 776 544
7 R32R LY9A/LY6A 3 615 024
8 R31X UA3DPX/UA4FER 3 594 820
9 R37M G4PIQ/G4BUO 3 558 636
10 R36C LY9Y/LY7Z 3 502 044
11 R33L VE3DZ/VE3XB 3 494 064
12 R38F UA9AM/RU9WX 3 472 950
13 R33G N2NT/K3LR 3 445 825
14 R31U UU4JMG/UR0MC 3 417 154
15 R34O HA3OV/HA6PX 3 389 750
16 R36Y OH2UA/OH4JFN 3 348 636
17 R34W OM3BH/OM3GI 3 316 098
18 R39M N2IC/N6TV 3 306 000
19 R32C DL6FBL/DL3DXX 3 259 720
20 R37L YO3JR/YO9GZU 3 241 690
21 R37Q 5B4WN/5B4AFM 3 176 899
22 R34C VE3EJ/VE7ZO 3 156 659
23 R36O RX9TL/RL3FT 3 132 600
24 R38O UN9LW/UN7LZ 3 059 836
25 R31A K6XX/N6XI 3 059 256
26 R36F UA9CLB/UA9CDV 3 056 132
27 R38K N5DX/K5GO 3 051 171
28 R38X RW6HX/RW6HA 3 043 110
29 R31D N4TZ/N5AW 2 917 434
30 R34D UA9ONJ/RO9O 2 893 623
31 R32Z K1ZM/K1LZ 2 883 624
32 R32O YV1DIG/W2GD 2 881 142
33 R37A W4PA/K6LA 2 863 900
34 R32W IK2QEI/IK2NCJ 2 850 850
35 R31N VE7CC/VE7SV 2 836 990
36 R36Z OH6UM/OH7JT 2 826 820
37 R38N OE3DIA/OE6MBG 2 782 195
38 R36K 4O3A/4O7NT 2 729 580
39 R38W OM2VL/OM3RM 2 460 692
40 R37P I2WIJ/IK1HJS 2 452 533
41 R39A YT1AD/YT3W 2 363 631
42 R37U PY8AZT/PY2NDX 2 292 269
43 R34X RA3DOX/RV3FM 2 149 552
44 R39R VK2IA/VK6LW 2 024 358
45 R34Z 9K2RR/9K2HN 1 982 231
46 R33U JK3GAD/JH4RHF 1 951 796
47 R36W F6BEE/F5JSD 1 743 714
48 R33Q EA8CAC/EA8DP 1 729 761

More details at www.wrtc2010.ru.

WRTC-2010 is for the first time Field Day style competition.

All competitors will be located in the same geographical area within 40 x 30 km where height differences are not greater than 40 meters. All competitor locations will be separated at least 500 m from each other. (read more…)

1. Contest Period
The WRTC 2010 will be held during the IARU 2010 HF Championship.

Start: Saturday 10 July 2010 1200 UTC (1600 Local time)
End: Sunday 11 July 2010 1200 UTC

2. Frequencies/Bands
3.5, 7, 14, 21, 28 MHz (read more…)

Overview – This is a summary of the operator selection criteria and evaluation formulas for WRTC-2010. Each competitor may submit up to eight results from the contests in section 1. Each result is calculated according to sections 2 through 4. Application criteria and team distribution are described in sections 5 through 9. (read more…)