2017-08-28 I participated in the SCC RTTY 2017 contest from the radioclub location 2 months ago
Again this year had the SCC RTTY contest in the same weekend as the barbeque of the radio club so the solution was to work in the contest from the location of the radio club. I set up with the endfed antenna in the available field. That field is close to some houses so I had some interference. And the main problem was that the computer control between the laptop running fldigi (the contest logging software) and the radio regularly gave problems, usually leaving the radio in transmit mode. The laptop and the computer interface aren't shielded very well which is probably a reason, combined with the use of the endfed antenna which is known for causing interference since it's an asymmetric antenna. In the end I made 53 contacts. Less than the number of contacts in previous SCC RTTY contest but I had limited time and local noise was higher than I expected. For a next time I am working on a common mode choke to limit interference to the computer and maybe some noise. And probably next time I contest at the radio club I will try to use a different antenna location. Update 2017-10-13: The Slovenian Contest Club is quite fast with publishing the results of the SCC RTTY championship 2017 and the results are: 53 contacts valid (100%), multiplier 35, qsopoints 111, 3885 points total, rank #95 world, #73 europe and #6 Netherlands.