Join us for a feedback and retrospective meeting on December 6th, at 18:30 Pacific time. We’d like to hear what went well and what could be improved, in anticipation of next year’s event.
The Repeater Roundabout is a weekend-long event held on many of our local repeaters. The goal is to meet new people and work repeaters you might not usually key up. Light up the airwaves and make some noise on the great repeaters in the Puget Sound area!
The Repeater Roundabout will begin on November 19th, 2022 at 00:00, and end on November 20th, 2022 at 23:59, Pacific time.
Anyone with a ham radio license can participate ! You don’t even have to be local; stations may participate over Echolink or Allstar if they are available.
This page was last updated on Monday November 28 at 14:12.
The contest is over ! Many thanks to those who participated; we hope you had fun. Check back next year for the next Repeater Roundabout !
Here are some stats on the contest, based on the logs received. These numbers are underestimates, because we are missing a good number of logs !
- Number of participants who submitted logs : 34
- Total number of contacts made : 1,113
- Number of unique operators contacted : 273
- Number of repeaters activated : 94
Many congratulations to our winner, K7MCK !
|Callsign||Entries||Duplicates||Base Score||Bonus Points||Total Score|
These are the total number of activations on the repeaters belonging to each club, including duplicate contacts on the same repeater.
This table shows how many contacts were made on each repeater, including duplicates. The Readability score is the average signal report across all reports for that repeater – it’s the number of the CM report, or the R in an RS(T) report.