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UT8IBUSO LP ALLFirst licensed in november 2015
UV2IZSO QRP ALLElecraft KX3 Ant 2 El Yagi 7 Mhz GP 3.5-7 Mhz
UW1USA LP 160Mtrcvr FLEX-3000, Inv L Antenna Manu thanks for the great contest!
UW5EJX/MMSO QRP 15MI am worked in contest from MT KATYAVALA. Luanda Angola CQ ZONE 36
UX5MCSA HP 160MTNX 73!
UX8ZASO QRP 20M5 WATTS, GP
UY3USO LP ALLIC-756PRO3, Multi band Yagi
UZ1WWSO LP ALL73!
UZ7MSA QRP 20Mrig icom 756 @ts-590 ant 160&80 inv.v &gp 40 3QQ 22 up 20 4qq &4qq 15 6QQ , 10 6 qq
VA2YAFSO LP ALLRookie 2017
VA3MWSA HP ALLFlex 6600 with RF-Kit B26 amp all 100% remoted
VA3NUSO LP ALLConditions and propagation was better than expected. Great experience
VA3TTZSA LP 20MFirst licensed December 10,2015
VA7DGTSO LP 20MFirst time contest participation
VA7FCSA QRP ALLWOW 1ST QRP ENTRY AMAZING HOW WELL I WAS HEARD !
VA7FFTSO HP 80MGeneral DX log
VC3RSO HP ALLActivity was higher and conditions were a bit better than expected. My SteppIR controller died just before the contest so I operated on 15M using my 2 element 40M yagi and on 20M with a quickly constructed sloping dipole off the 80 ft SOAPBOX: tower. This worked OK but a bit frustrating not having the yagi on 20M. Looking forward SOAPBOX: to CQWW CW from Vancouver Island as VE7VR
VE1JSSO LP ALLHit and miss. An hour here, an hour there, but still good fun
VE2BHHSO HP ALLI am not a contest person, my log is a paper logbook. It was fun and your e-mail helped me to upload my few QSO's. 73 Guenther VE2BHH
VE2NCGSO LP 15MRookie category, licenced in april 2016
VE3CVSO LP ALLPretty good conditions across all bands for a SFI of 69!
VE3DCMMVisitors This is one of the Contests we enjoy, working DX as well as our many friends, South of the border. Thanks to our Operators, we beat last year QSOs and Score. Propogation was not alway the best and sometimes only one way it seemed but our we were able to pull them out, even though difficult at times. Thanks to everyone that participated and especially to all the DX station, and especiallly our friends to the South. 73 Rick VE3BK
VE3FTMSO HP ALLAgain, work gets in the way, enjoyed short time on SD works well as usual
VE3MJDSA LP ALL 3/23/2017
VE3PNSO HP 40MDespite PC crashing after about 4 hours had fun
VE3RCNSO LP ALLA temporary antenna a few feet above the ground
VE3SCNSO LP ALLFirst Licensed on 08 February 2017
VE3UTTSO HP ALLREMOTE OPERATION
VE3XKZSA LP ALL2017
VE5SFSA LP ALLFun to work some DX. Fun to run Europeans on day 2 with LP
VE6IVNSO HP ALLHad fun with my 600watts thanks again
VE6SVMSHThe 25th running in the same shack and core operators
VE6TNSA HP ALLThis was my first real contesting effort in many years. I had a lot of fun. Thanks to everyone who participated.... we are all winners
VE7BGPSO LP ALLI had a lot of fun participating in this contest with a vintage IC-720A and classic IC-751A oldie Icom radios
VE7DAYSA LP 40MUsing 50 MHZ yagi on 40
VE7WNKSA LP ALLGud cdx. New tribander. EU FB ears
VE7ZZVSO LP 20Muse for confirmation
VE9CBSO HP ALLThese low-sunspot conditions were tough!
VE9EXSA HP ALLI had a pleasant time as I was just trying to make a few contacts, test my station, and experience this part of solar cycle I was licensed in 2010. I have not operated much in the past few months and I found it interesting how 20 m shut down around supper time
VE9UNBMSLIt was good to see how VE9UNB performs in the largest contest of the year. Brent VE9EX had no success in the first 30 minutes of the contest on 40 m. However, on Saturday Brent VE9EX got the first four QSOs on 15 m. Stephen VE9QLE got the last four QSOs on 20 m and 40 m, which are much harder bands to use at VE9UNB due to the noise
VK2GRSO HP 15MDifficult copy with deep QSB on Weak stations from NA and EU on 15m. 15m Antenna 4 element wide spaced monoband Yagi at 12m, TS-990S Radio
VK2HBGSO LP 20MActual TX Power: 100watts
VK2IGChecklogStation TS-480HX @ 200W PEP and 5-band Spiderbeam. I am submitting my log so the VK6 gets credit for my one QSO. Conditions not good in the hours after contest started. Many high power stations hearing each other, very difficult for us lower power stations to be heard. Ionospheric prognosis suggested it would be JA, NA and EU working each other for the weekend ... so gave it away. Looking forward to the CW contest in November!
VK3BDXSA HP ALLFirst every entry into this contest
VK3BSPSO LP ALLActual TX Power 100W
VK3GKMSHPlease note that our K3BV contacts (two different zones) are contacts that are probably uniques as i dont believe he operated in the contest except to work us via remotes in East and West coast USA. Please remove these contacts from the log if the committee deem them to be invalid for any reason
VK3IOSO HP ALLGreat conditions and signals on 40m here. Thanks all for qso's until next year
VK3KTTSA HP ALLHi only a casual contester dx'er there were no opening in vk3 on 15m or 10m
VK4ATHSO LP 40MActual TX Power: 100w
VK4QHSA HP ALLMostly S&P this year with a few little runs at times

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