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4K7ZMSHRIG(s): FT-897D; ANTENNA(s): DELTA of 80m band & 3 EL. QUAD
4L1MASO LP ALLNice to be able to join this world-wide Contest
4M6CQSO QRP ALLreally have a hard time tryng work station with 5W tnx to all that hear me see next year
5B4AIFSO HP 20MI used MRP40 to decode and wintest to send. Did just for fun to give points away
5X1NHSO HP 10MWell done 10M - great contest put all my eggs in the 10M basket and it went well Some prety horrible operating from continuous callers Used SD - worked well until my keyboard packed up
5Z4EESO HP ALLRules should be changed to forbid split frequency operation during the contest. Stations should be allowed to to work stations on their frequency only. Bands are too congested and there is no room for stations to listen up or down for stations calling on top of other stations
7K1CPTSO QRP ALLRig: K3 Elecraft Power: 5-Watts Ant: loop , Dipole 10mh
7N4CPTSO QRP ALLI found QRP can also be very enjoyable in the International Contest
8J2NDP/2SA LP ALLNagoya Kougakuin Calege 60th Anniversary Special Stahtion. Thankyou 73! Yoshi(opJK2VOC)
8S0WSA HP ALLQTH Muskoe island Loc JO99BA
9A2DISO LP 10MKenwood TS-450s with Ground Plane Antenna Age: 70
9A2USA HP 80MFT-1000MP Mark-V Field, 1kW, slooper / inverted-V, 4 beverages 2 w/l
9A3JHSO QRP 40MTX/RX: K2 Elecraft PWR: 5 W ANT's: phased verticals + wires AGL: 0m ASL:270m
9A6JOYSA HP ALLKenwood TS480 ANT dipol
9M2BDXSO LP ALLActual output was 50 watts. Thank you for organizing the contest :-)
9M2JKLMSHActual output was 100 watts. Thank you for organizing the contest :-)
9M6XROSO HP ALLMy Rig: Transceiver Yaesu FT-1000MP and KW-1000 Linear @ 400w. Antennas up 27m (HF) 2-el Lightning Bolt Quad (LF) Butternut HF2V Vert. Many thanks to the organisers. 73 from Borneo to all participants!
A71EMSO HP ALLThanks to Juma for last-minute guest op invite! What a great contest!
A73ASA HP 10MAntenna is OB9-5 just 3 ele on 10m Radio is FT-2000 Power limited to 1500w from DX2-sp 2 weeks before the contest I made an order for 7 ele 10m monobander for this activity but when I called the company they said that it will take long time to make the antenna as long as it is not available in the store so I decided to use the OB9-5. The target was to make more than 3000 QSOs but I'm still happy with this results, also the best rate was Saturday about 204 Q/h. On Saturday the band was open from early morning till about 3 hours after sunset but Sunday opened very late and closed early just after sunset. Moments: worked 9N7DX @ 16:39 wroked J39BS @ 14:51 long bath GL to all and see you on other activities 73 de A71BX
AA6AESO LP ALLFirst CQ Contest a lot of fun!
AA6KSA LP ALLMy first CW only contest. A fun effort!!
AB7ZUSO LP 10MLP Entry (90 watts)
AB8FJSO QRP 15MWow, 15 meters was fantastic! Sunday morning found activity up to 21.150 Mhz. It has been years since I have made CW contacts in the old US Novice sub-band. Rig used was my Ten-Tec Argonaut II at 5W to an end-fed wire. Maximum power output used was 5W
AD5MNSO LP 10MTen Meter Band only
AD6DSA LP ALLA LOT OF FUN WITH LESS THAN 80W AND A VERTICAL
AE3JSO QRP ALLI operated portable from the salt marshes near Port Penn Delaware. My station an IC-703 with 250hz filter and 250 Ah battery. Antenna #1 58 ft vertical with an Icom AT-120 antenna coupler at the base with thirty sixty foot radials. Antenna #2 A 1970s vintage Mosley TA33 Jr on a twenty eight foot fiberglass ladder
AE5XSA HP ALLA lot of fun, as always - even more so due to the great conditions on 10 & 15 meters
AH0KTSA LP ALLThank you for your call
AH7CSO HP 15MI have never worked 39 zones in one contest before. I was very excited when I found VE2EKA(ZONE2) and got a call from JW1CCA(ZONE40) in the last hours
AI9TSA HP 10MGreat conditions!!
AJ4CGSA HP ALLExcellent 10 Meter propagation
BA1SNSO LP ALLRig: FT1000, Pwr: 100W, Ant: Inv Vee DP (4B) FB PROPAGATION, VY NICE CONTEST, EXCEPT MY POOR ANT ON 20M BAND
BD1PWGSO HP 80M300W
BD3OMSO LP 20M100W
BD4QASO LP 20M100W
BD4UMSO LP 20MPOWER:90W
BW/DJ3KRSO LP ALLNOTE MY CALL BW/DJ3KR IS NOW DIFFERENT TO LAST YEAR (BW3)
BX100SO HP 40MOperated 1 day only due to business commitment. W/VE east coast was still difficult to work from Taiwan even if the CONDX was pretty good
C4ZSO LP 10MWHOOPEE - WHAT A BLAST - 10MTRS WAS ROCKING!. Don't we just love this hobby and especially this great contest. No equipment issues and SD is a great logging prog for simplicity of use, avoiding keyboard messups
C5AMMsee comments on 3830
C6AQQSO LP ALLhdd failed, log may have errors from difficult recovery process. OK to use as checklog if unreadable or otherwise hosed up
CO8ZZSO LP 80MGreat contest!... Despite I missed several common multipliers from AS, OC, AF and even from EU, I enjoyed the competition as always. Hope propagation improves next year...will see you all then...!
CR6TSO HP 20MMy 10th CQWWCW from Portugal!
CS2WM2We worked with single element loops for 10m/15m/20m/40m and a 20m high gp for 80 and 160m. This was an antenna test of our IOTA expedition set up
CT1ANOSO LP 40MKenwood TS2000 100 Watts + Rot Dipolo
CT1BOLSA HP 10MBeing a SSB Operator, this was my 1st experience in CW Contesting, Glad!
CT1BQHSO LP 15MAlways a pleasure, after some years of absence, in spite of a very modest setup
CU2JTSO HP 10MSome of the high profile stations did not identify for several minutes It is quite annoying having to wait on a frequency for up to 10 minutes before the station discloses its callsign. I gave up on a few of them and probably lost a few multipliers and I indeed hope they missed CU as well.
CW2ASO LP 10MSO LP 10M NON ASSISTED
DB0RCMSHUnfortunately DL8RDS got sick. So he was only available for a short time. Hours were lost for sleep. We had to close some hours before the contest ends. But personal record for DL1KSE in result for this contest. Many thanks for all the great hospitality by the very friendly operators of DB0RC
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