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EW7MSA HP ALLChecklog
EW8DXSA HP 80MTNX
EW8OMSO HP ALL73 ! TNX
EX8BNSO LP ALLic-746
F/E72TSA LP 40MFlex3000 and vertical. Condx are in descending trends comparing to last years. Thank you all for qso, and hope will have more luck next time. 73 de F/E72T Fudo
F/G4BJMSO HP ALLQTH nr Niort, Poitou Charentes, France K2 500W 160m half wave, 80m delta, 40m GP, 20/15/10m delta
F/W1NNSO LP ALLThis operation qualifies for the contest expedition award. Operation was from a 300 year old windmill in the department of Gers, France. All antennas were erected during a two-day setup period immediately before the contest and were taken down the day after the contest
F4GFTSO LP ALLunfortunately could not participate the second day
F5NTZSO LP ALLThanks for this CW contest. Xavier F5NTZ
F6DDRAQ 80MFTDX12000 Yaesu with 5 watts Antenna vertical 1/4 wave hight 20m, 48 radials 20m
F6GCISO LP ALLof time off time off time off time
F8KLYMSLHuge signals from EU stations on 10 !
G0DVJSA HP 40MFT2000, 400w, double wavelength horiz wire loop @11m
G0EFOSA HP ALLRelaxed entry. Very good manners throughout. S-D worked well
G0MTNSA HP 20MAfter a long time QRT (I&#039;d fallen out of SuperCheckPartial) I was glad to be QRV for a few hours!
G0SFJSO LP 160MI also called SQ2HEB, 9A1A and ES4Q, but they could not hear me. I called LY7M and OL4A who heard something but could not copy me. IC728 and wire antenna
G3LHJSO QRP 15MUsual low sun spot activity on 15M at times it sounded like 6M with sigs going S9 - nil, no Stateside on Saturday for Qrp, but lots of them on Sunday thank goodness, thanks guys for pulling my Qrp sig out of the contest activity, enjoyed the Contest very much
G3LIKSO LP ALLVery QSB over whole weekend but enjoyable contest Pleased 28 opened up on Sunday for some good QSO&#039;s Had family commitments so could only do part time As one gets older night time is for bed Good to have SD for logging
G3VAOSA LP 160MHad new op in shack and was disgusted by the number of stations who did not respond to QRS reqests - 25wpm plus is no way to attract new commers to the hobby
G3VDBSA LP 80MADJUDACATOR - Treat 10m QSOs as checklog
G3VYISO LP ALLGreat activity and 10m open!
G3YMCSO QRP ALLConditions poor, litte DX around
G3ZGCSA HP 40MI went on a cruise Saturday so was only able to operate for a few hours
G4ASA HP 40MPart time effort with emphasis on 40m. Conditions to NA rather poor
G4WQISA LP 20MA very enjoyable contest. Had to fit operating times around family activities. Looking forward to next time
G4XEESA LP ALLFirst competition entered and first time used N1MM. WOW
G5NAQ 20MPortable operation with KX3 with internal battery (5W), par endfed wire in a sloper configuration on a 12m spiderbeam. Some great ears out there who picked me out, although I am sure RBN helped guide them. I used N1MM+ with the KX3 for the first time which allowed keying with a single USB cable. Used the decoder a bit as my CW is not brilliant (hence assisted cat). Great fun being able to work everybody
G6NSO LP 80MTime too limited for a serious entry so just came on to give away PFX
GK3MPDSA HP 20MFIRST CONTEST
GK4AMTSA HP 20MGood to air the special `Cornwall County 2016` GK prefix !
GM2YSA LP ALLGreat contest again, mixed conditions with stateside fading in and out
GM4UYZSA LP 20MJust managed a few QSO&#039;s this year due to ther commitments
GS8VLSO HP ALLSporadic E on 10 and 15 helped a lot. Another enjoyable event
GW4BLESO LP ALLjust a few Qs
GX0GHKMSLShame condx wasn&#039;t too great, high QRN on 40-160, but some nice DX got in our log. We found a lot of stations are sending unnecessarily fast, and don&#039;t reduce their speed, asking for repeats on info can triple the time it takes to complete, than if a stn were to match our speed, a steady-ish 20wpm. Main objective for us was to have fun, which we did. Thanks for all the Q&#039;s, and to the contest organisers. 73/GL - Finningley ARS, GX0GHK
HA2MNSO LP 20MShort time was given to take part this year. On the other hand I had a problem with the antenna that was partly detroyed. Many thanks for Q&#039;s, see you next time! Rig TS-530SP running 80 W and the ant can be called a long wire laying partly down on the roof
HA3DXSA HP 15MSleep deficit.First day was better for JA the second better for USA
HA3FUTSA LP ALLHello world!
HA3OUSA HP ALLRIG, YAESU FT-2000, AMERITRON AL-811 AMP [PWR 4-500W OUT] ANT, H/M 5Band HF6V VERTICAL (single feed line from the transmitter)
HA5NBSO QRP 80MIC 756 PRO IIII. 5 W INV.V ANT
HA5VJSO LP ALLI had only few hours of free time, but enjoed the contest
HA6NLSA LP ALLICOM756pro 100w 3el yagi GP-s, Dipoles
HA9RPSO LP 20MIC730, MONOBAND GP
HA9TASO QRP 20MMAGNETIC LOOP, QRP CHECKLOG
HB20AAMSLElecraft K3 100 Watts Antennas - Force 12 C-4s (2 el. on 28/21/14 MHz- Dipole on 7 MHz) Dipole 3,5 MHz - Inverted L for 3,5 and 1,8 MHz
HB9AYZSO LP ALLPower output 25 Watts. - Antenna 14 m wire with 1:9 UNUN
HB9CPSSO LP 160MTerrible QRN
HB9FBPSA LP ALLMy first time on WPX CW , amazing contest, but now i&#039;m tired. See you next year 73 de HB9FBP Francesco
HF50BRPSO LP ALL73`s! Jan
HG5OSO QRP 80MRIG: FT817 ANT: 9 BAND TRAP DIPOLE
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