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UN6QDDSO LP ALL27.12.2013
UN7CNSO LP 15MFB TEST
UN9GDSO LP 10MRadio: KENWOOD TS590S, 100W Antennas: 5/4/4-el quads (28-21-14 MHz) 73!
UR3PGWSO QRP 20MTRCVR SW-2013, PWR 5W, ANT INV.V
UR5CNSO LP ALLIC-7600, PWR 100 W, Ant. A4S/A744, GP TITAN DX
UR5DANChecklogts-990
UR5ESA HP ALLIC-775DXII
UR5EDXChecklogIC-775DXII
UR5EPGSA HP ALLRIG(s): TS 870; ANTENNA(s): Cushcraft A3S, dipole, vertical
UR5FCMSA LP 15MAntenna G5RV, LW 42 meters, Rig HomeMade, Pwr 25 Watt(s)
UR5FNFSO LP ALLts-480
UR5FSTChecklogFT-718
UR5ROYSA LP ALLTX/RX - TS-590, 80W Ant - XL222, Delta
UR5VJOChecklogFT-857
US0IWSO LP ALLI am sorry, INTERNET was problems
US0TAChecklogFT-990
US5WESA HP 10MI want to thank CQ-magazine the right decision to keep ham radio out of politics
UT0FCSO LP ALLts-480
UT1PGSO QRP ALLTX: homemade 5W, ANT: dipole
UT3RSSA LP ALLTX/RX - FT-950, 80W Ant - I.V
UT5UUVSO QRP ALLHOMEMADE TRX 4W GP 10-40 VERT 40m 80-160
UT8UFSO LP 20M4 el. Yagi, IC-756PRO3, Heil ProSet HC-5
UV5EVWSO HP 80MTNX!73!!!
UW1USO LP 160MFlex-3000 100W Ant OCF Dipole. Sorry, just a few hours for contest this year!
UW1WUSO LP 10MTS-590S 100 Watts, Vertical
UX1VXSO LP 15MIcom IC-721
UX3ITSO HP ALLIC-7410, Dipole 20-15-10 m h=20 meters, cabel h=5 meters
UX4EMSHFB CONTEST THANKS
UY1IPSO LP 20MYAESU FT-450D
UY2UQSO LP 20MPOWER-100W Tnx for nice contest. Good luck!
VA3PCSA HP 10MConditions just too good to give up, chores await the work week :)
VA3RKMSO QRP ALLKX3, 5w, verticals
VA7XNLSA LP ALLLicensed in 2013
VC3VSO HP ALLContesting is another way to make use of the cottage. Great conditions and lots of stations. Looking forward to CW
VE1JSSO HP 10MConditions were great. Too bad that even after nearly 40 years, the XYL still can't remember that last week- end of October is a contest. CONDX were great and, as usual.
VE2CWQMSLANT DX LB PLUS RIG IC-706MK2G
VE2PIJSO LP 80Menter in 80m category
VE3BRSO LP ALLAbridged story: the squirrels won. Full version: Very soon into the contest (already dark outside) my only antenna, 80/40 vertical, starts to act up badly. Checked the feedline and found the spot where the coax has been literally chewed in half. I am not that much into SSB contesting, so decided to have a full night's sleep and fix things up the next morning, and so I did. Took a lot of Saturday off, but eventually got back into the contest. Guess what? Soon after dark same thing again. This time in two places, one exactly where the previous day's damage was. I fixed that Sunday morning. By this time I almost lost interest and when on Sunday after dark found the feedline chewed through again I thought it was actually funny. Those darn squirrels somehow do not like me
VE3DCMMVisitors: Dan VA3DJ, Paul VE3PMV & Jack VE3WBT Another great DX contest that the group had fun with, again this year. Murphy struck a few times with some hardware problems, rig controls quitting and some problems with a headset, still we exceeded our score from last year with a higher QSO count. Our zones and countries worked were actually down a bit. A fun contest again, with everyone working every station and getting more experience. We actually had Geogette (Scott's better half) get her feet wet and call CQ with many responses. She told me when she first started to call CQ, "I got one", another Contester born. We are getting more familiar with the strange calls, as no one was asking what country that was. The program tells you the country. Lots of fun, with some ragchewing with our visitors too. Hope to see you all for the next one. 73 Rick VE3BK
VE3EDYSO LP 160MAnother Great Contest again this year , with hardly any QRN only a few EU stations heard, and many less NA stations worked then in the previous years . Thanks to all who entered or I worked during the CQWW 2014 contest.CU next year
VE3JSOSO LP ALLjuly 17 2012
VE3KTB/VY0SA LP ALLTough to deal with propagation at 80N. 10m and 40m were both dead up here
VE3LJQSO LP ALLFirst licensed June 27, 2013
VE3SSSA HP ALLOther commitments this weekend made it hard to get on the radio. Conditions were pretty good and the time spent operating was great fun!
VE3VNSO QRP ALLStarted slow on Friday, then next morning the QSOs were coming in faster and faster. Had one monster run on 10 on Sunday thanks to the great conditions. Usually SSB QRP is pure misery, but not this time. Thank you to sunspot 12192. KX3 (5w), Explorer 14 @15m, 40-10 inv vee @14m, 80 half sloper
VE3ZYSO LP 10MNot usually an SSB op, but decided to stick my toe in. Had much fun once I got going. Great condx on 10m
VE3ZZSA HP ALLGreat contest! Great conditions!
VE5SDHSO LP ALLLicense July 2, 2013
VE6LBSA HP ALLMany US stations working simplex DX below 7.125
VE6ZCSO LP ALLDynamic solar condx made for a great contest!

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