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YD2DSVSA LP ALLFirst Licensed March 1st, 2018
YD3KNJSO QRP 40MThis is my first CQ WW CW CONTEST, and I really enjoyed it. I operated OUTDOOR QRP
YD8UYJSA LP 15MFIRST LICENSE JANUARY 2017
YG2UFASA LP 15MAR Licence-General Class 07/09/2017-07/09/2020
YL2EASO LP 40MPoints in log only for 40M
YL2GPSO LP 160MPoints in contest only for 160M
YL2IPSA LP ALL73 !
YL2JRSO LP ALLit was nice!
YL2PPSA HP 160MPoints only for 160M
YL2QVSA LP ALLTNX Contest! 73!
YL3FWSO QRP 80MTRX - SunSDR Ant - Inv. V.(10m up) Tnx & 73!
YO2BLXSO LP ALLFT897 100W ANT:INV.L,INV.V ,HEX BEAM
YO2ISSO LP 15MIC-7300, 80W, 41m sloping wire. 73 Szigy
YO2MJZSO LP 40MICOM IC-730, PWR 100W, ANTENNA DIPOLE
YO3BASO LP ALLNice contest as allways :) 73's Cosmin/YO3BA
YO3JWSO LP 80MTNX QSOs!
YO4BEXSO LP ALLI OBSERVED THE CONTEST RULES TCVR HOME MADE 100W DIPOLE AND VERTICAL ANT
YO4RSTSO LP ALL73
YO4SISO LP ALLRIG: TS-450SAT 100 W: ANT: FD4 & LW 41m
YO5AXFSO LP 80MFT-897D 100W RIG, W3DZZ ANT
YO5NYSO LP ALLGOOD CONTEST
YO5TPSO LP 160MNICE CONTEST
YO7NSPSO LP ALLTNX 73!!!
YO8SAOSO LP 80MTS-480SAT 100W, End Fed Half Wave Antenna
YP5ASA HP 40MFT-950 + PA 300 W DELTA LOOP V
YR1918BBSA LP ALLFTDX3000, 80 W ANTS: INV V 3,5 MHz, GP 7 MHz, LZA 6-3
YR8DSO HP ALLCategory is SOAB HP Classic 24 hours. No skimmer/cluster used. Thanks everybody for QSO's. CU next one. CW forever. 73' Alex YO8TTT
YT5LMM73
YT9WSO LP 15M4EL. QUAD & FT1000MP
YU1MLSO LP 80M73
YU3EEASO LP 80MRookie, date first licensed 27. February 2016
YU5RSA HP 20M5 el YAGI @ 30m
YV6BXNSA HP ALLConditions were much better than I had expected.I kept checking for any 10 and 15 meter opening and finally found few on Sunday-the band was open to north and south america quite few european 40 and 20 were excelent with huge pile up up that slow down my run to 1 or 2 qso per minutes so need improve that point manage pile up fast ...no 80m because q lack of antena
YW4DSO HP 15MLost last 8 hours due power blackout at prime time
Z35YSO HP 40MRig: IC-7300 Linear amplifier: SB-220 more than 40 years old, about 500W. Antenna: Dipole, about 8 meters above the ground
ZA/OU2ISO LP ALLAlbania Contest EXpedition Rig = Elecraft K3 - 100 Watt Ant = Windom 160-10m My CAT interface broke after two ours operation so I had to use the paddle for the rest of contest. It worked out OK (I think myself o) TNX QSOs and Vy 73
ZL2AGYSO QRP 40MTime for something different this year, so it was QRP on 40mx. I must be crazy, but it was a real challenge, to say the least. I thought 40mx was in good shape both days, and I was only hit on a couple of occasions by my enemy - rain static. Rig was K3/P3 at 5w out to an elevated quarter wave vertical with 7 elevated horizontal radials. I might not do this again next year...!!!
ZL2RXSA HP ALLCONDX BETTER THIS YEAR ENJOYED IT THANKS
ZL4NRSA HP ALLConditions very poor on all bands
ZL4TTSA HP 15MCondx in southern NZ were terrible this year
ZR2ASA LP ALLFirst contest from Southern Hemisphere. Lots of local QRN but lots of fun too. Tnx to my host Andrew, ZS2PA!
ZS2NFSO LP ALLUsed my ICOM 736 barefoot with 100 watts. Put up some new antennas for this contest. Used an 80m inverted L with about 45 feet up and 45 feet out, seemed to work better than the dipole I used to use. Made up a pair of 40m MOXONs spaced side by side by about 5/8 wavelength and fed in phase beaming short path to North America, height about 50 feet agl. This antenna really kicked butt! Also had a vey low and 45 degree sloping MOXON for Asia. Used a 4 el yagi on 20m at about 21m high and this was very good as usual. Had a 3 el yagi at 23m for 15m which works well but the bands were not their usual self what with hardly any sunspots. Ten metres was a real bust but managed 5 qso's with great difficulty. I had a 5 el yagi for ten but didn't really help. It was a real challenge to work 80m into Europe but made a few contacts in any case. Thanks to all who make the contest a reality. Looking forward to next year!

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