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US5EFUSO QRP 20MRig: mini SW2012; Ant: Delta
US5EOISA LP ALLTEN-TEC OMNI 7 GAP-TITAN DX
US6CQSO LP ALLTS-140S, abt 50 Wtts
UT1QQSO HP ALLMY 73! AND GOOD LUCK ALL HAMs! TS590+PA-HM+VERTICAL
UT2TSO LP ALLGood contest ! 73!
UT3IJSA HP 80Mts-2000 +PA 800 ant OB3-11&R9
UT4LWSA LP ALLSDR trcvr SunSDR2-PRO, PA 100 W. Antenns 160,80,40 - dipole Up18m, fider 70m. 20,15,10 - Spider Up 10m, fider 30m
UT5AXSO LP 160MIC-746 Ant GP 160-30 m Band
UT5CWSA LP 10M73!
UT5IZChecklog73!
UT5UQVSO LP ALLAnt: A wire V-beam, arms abt 42m, the angle - 50 degrees, up - 52m, 75 Ohm cable, 1:9 baloon. Equipment - IC-756PRO, homemade tuner
UT5UUVSO QRP 80MHOMEMADE TRX 4 WTT ANT VERT 40M
UT5ZYSO LP 80MFT-1000MP ANT. INV
UT7AXAMSHTNX CONTEST
UT7KFSO LP 160M73!
UT8ASSO LP 40MTRX - MiniYes + PA 100 W, Ant - Vert Delta 85m prm
UT8MMSO LP 160Mhm-90w.ant-dipole
UW1USA LP 160Mtrcvr FLEX-3000, OCF Dipole Antenna
UX1CLSO LP 20MTNX 73!
UX1CWSO LP 40MFT-107m Delta 80m Vertical key. TNX 73!
UX2IJSA LP ALL73!
UX7QDSO LP 20MRIG(s)20 watts and a magnetic loop at home
UY5MBChecklogIC756,PA 80WTTS ANT GP
UY5VASA LP ALL73!
UY7LMSO LP 40Mic-718 80w TNX 73!
UY7LUSO LP ALLYAESU FT 950 input 100 watts
VA1MMSO HP ALLSo much fun I wish there was a spring version of CQWW CW
VA7DZMSLGreat contest! NO Europeans worked here on the Wet Coast of BC. Short 10m openings and good 80m propagation were nice surprises, 20 and 40 were the money bands for us
VE2EZDSA HP ALLFT-950+AL-811H+microHAM DIGI KYER II AT2K+80m dipole+40m delta-loop+15m ground plane
VE2THSO QRP ALLNice conditions,had fun again running QRP, see you nect time, 72/73, Michel VE2TH
VE3JSQSA LP ALLMore fun with a few sun spot
VE3RCNSO LP ALLA G5RV laying on the roof
VE3VEESA HP 20MQRT many hours due to local QRM, but still enjoyed the contest very much
VE3XDSA LP ALL25 watts into attic dipoles
VE3ZZSA HP ALLGreat contest as always. A lot of fun!
VE5SDHSO LP ALLLICENSE DATE JULY 2 2013 i'm a blind Ham and haven't got a logging program so hope this is ok i'm not sure what my claimed score is, i didn't find the bands open to EU very much, maybe next year? i think i have one dupe with NR4M oops
VE7BGPSO LP ALLI had a lot of fun operating this contest on a blustry November weekend with 3 radios my FT-897D a vintage FT-757GX and the Venerable old IC-751A. 73 Gerry
VE7FOSA HP ALLWow, what a wild ride. I haven't been able to do much serious contesting for the last couple of years as my wife has serious health problems. Didn't have time to mount a competitive effort so decided to try out a couple of things. I've always wanted to record my contests but never got around to it. The recent NCJ article by K6XX showed me the way. So, I bought the recommended voice recorder and tried it out. He was right about the instructions being rather obtuse but I finally figured it out. The other thing I tried was SO2V as my K3 has two receivers and N1MM+ does a good job of supporting it. After some fumbling around I started to get the hang of it without too many blunders (such as calling CQ right on top of, I think, W7WJ after I'd just worked him in S&P mode). Seems I did 434 Qs on the Run receiver and 78 on the Mult. Boy, I gotta do this some more. One thing which took me totally by surprise was that I was generating pileups deeper than I've ever done before. Rather like the expeditions experience with a continuous wall of sound while trying to pick out call fragments so I could make Qs. I guess that with Eu missing lowly VE7's suddenly appeared much more attractive. I had rates and runs way, way, way beyond anything I've done before in 20 years of contesting. Best 10 min rate - 168 Best 30 min rate - 138 Best 60 min rate - 133 Best run - 280 Qs in 2-1/4 hrs Not bad for an ancient op on a 33 ft x 120 ft city lot 73, Jim VE7FO
VE7GLMSHCondx were up and down and generally poor. Not our usual score
VE7VRSO HP ALLCan't do much about propagation...fun anyway
VE8NSDSO LP ALLWas great to see 15 open, 10 was a wasteland
VE9CBSO HP ALLThis is my first time submitting a log in the "Classic" category. I didn't plan this, it was thrust upon me. At 2330 on day 1 of the contest, my amplifier broke down. The rotten conditions and these equipment problems together broke my spirit
VE9HFSA HP ALLHustler 6BTV and 500 watts
VK2BJSO HP ALLHF 2el yagi What fantastic conditions on 40 - 10. 80 mediocre 160 poor
VK2BPLSO LP ALLActual TX Power: 100
VK2ELSO LP ALLActual TX Power: 100w OLD, OLD TIMER OPERATING FROM RETIREMENT VILLAGE WITH MAG LOOP ANTENNAS ON BALCO
VK2GRSO HP ALLExcellent band conditions at a low noise rural QTH, with a great band openings for 15m and 10m Radio TS590S Antennas A 2 element triband beam at 6m, a 4Square for 40m, an 80m dipole, and for 160m an inverted L
VK2IGSO HP ALLTcvr Antennas Very enjoyable contest, alternately CQing and searching-&- pouncing in "antique" operating mode - i.e, without a spotting list! I should have read the rules more closely, and dropped the Tx output power to 100W so I could enter the Low Power category 73, & Tnx for managing the contest!
VK3FMSO LP ALLTwenty metres absolutely dead here-worst I have ever experienced. On the other hand, fifteen metres was very good. As always, great fun, even with a multi-band vertical and just 100 watts
VK3GKSA QRP 40MVery surprised EU was hearing my QRP 5w on 40m during the contest

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