This page contains links to general information and blog postings about the World Radiosport Team Championship (WRTC).
|WRTC||High Bands||Low Bands||Ant Height|
|1990 Seattle||Stations at homes. Wide variety of antennas from 2-element Quads to stacked monoband Yagis||Inv V Dipole (only 40m)||10-20 m|
|1996 San Francisco||Stations at homes. Wide variety of tribanders||Inv V Dipole (only 40m)||10-20 m|
|2000 Slovenia||Equal trap-tribanders, ECO Italy||Windom (FD4)||12 m (on hilltop)|
|2002 Helsinki||JP tribanders (2/2/2)||2 Inv V Dipoles||10 m|
|2006 Brazil||8-element log periodic||40m: 2-element Yagi, 80m: Inv V||18 m|
|2010 Moscow||HF-37 tribanders (2/2/3)||2 Inv V Dipoles||12 m|
|2014 New England||Cycle-24 tribanders (2/2/4)||2 Inv V Dipoles||12 m|
|2018 Germany||Spiderbeam tribanders||2 Inv V Dipoles||10 m|
– Official WRTC website –
We collect information about past WRTC events before it’s disappears into the internet black hole, and you are hereby invited to join us. Please use the contact form on this website to contact us if you are interested in helping out.
- Much information is already collected but we still need more information from the early WRTC’s. 1990 needs special attention as we barely have any information at all. Photos are also very welcome for all events.
If you want to share your own WRTC story, we will be more than happy to put it on here.
WRTC.info was maintained by Bjorn, LB1GB until 2014 when it was transferred to the current team!