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OL0ESO HP 80MGreat to overcome the best result from 80 M from last year...
OL4MSO LP 10MWithout linear this year. On 10m with 100 Wtts and LW only.
OM7RCSO LP ALLIC-751A+CUSHCRAFT R-7000 + LW
ON4KLGSO LP 15MI enjoyed very much my first individual participation to this amazing contest. I will be there next year.
ON6TJSO LP 20MI UTILIZE ONLY THE S & P METHOD FOR THE FUN TO FIND ALL MY CONTEST FRIEND. MY AGE IS 65 AND I HOPE COME BACK AGAIN IN 2002. THE TIME ON IS 27H00. BEST 73 TO ALL!
OT1PMSH46 Hours op. Other breaks due to technical problems (linear and pc.). Notes have been lost due to bad sector on floppy disk. Could not check the log AS USUAL with the notes on the floppy. We had also a offset of two hours in the log , which has been corrected
OZ5URSO LP ALLRig, Icom IC-751 - output 90w. Ant, Loop
OZ5WQMMGood condx, small problems with equipment, just making qso's
P29IOSO LP ALLBand conditions were excellent in PNG. It's amazing how many stations activate their station during the WPX, proving the bands can deliver some excellent signals. More operating is what required for the future of this hobby and calling CQ,instead of playi
PA0RCTSO HP ALLFirst time in the WPX, to try my new Linux contest program. Worked with 400W and a single wire loop (I guess that puts me into TS) Was great fun. 80, normally my best band, was almost empty in EU, although working US was as easy as always.
PJ2USO HP ALLMy first Single Op DXpedition. The Russians and former Soviet Union countries just kept coming.
PY2NYSO HP ALLFirst WPX Single-All High Power with 700 watts and fighting against PY2YU. He won again... Maybe next year!! See you...
PY4VBSO HP 10MTS140S TL922 = 600W CUBICAL QUAD 5 ELEM 10M BAND
RA0AMSA HP 20MEquipment,FT1000mp,TL922,PRO-95 (40m up)
RA0BASO HP 20M********* Many thanks for the nice Contest ! *********
RA3DOASO LP 15MNew QTH is working great!
RG9OSO LP ALLrest period 00,00-00,58, 23,57-02,07, 14,50-23,59 GMT TRCVR FT-77 (90 watts), ANT 7 el. LGPA (10,15,20) dipole (40,80)
RV3LOSO LP ALLThanks to all old mans for good contacts,but don't have a many free time.
RV6LFESO LP 40MIt was a great pleasure to work this year event. Thank you very much.
RW9TASO HP ALLSO-AB-unasisted rest periods; 26 may 00-01 hrs, 12-14 hrs, 22-24 hrs. 27 may 00-01 hrs, 10-11 hrs, 15-24 hrs final- 16 hrs
RZ9AESO HP ALLTIME NOTES 26 MAY 2001 TIME ON, 01.30 TIME OFF,22.51 27 MAY 2001
S51TASA HP ALLic775dsp 3el/3el tribander, 2el loop 40m, dipol 80/160m, AMP gu43b
S54ASO LP 40MTarget over 1000 contacts and/or over 1.5 million points not achieved yet.
S56ASO HP ALLRemove any mention of SOP pauses for lean Cabrillo format. It takes the mathematician to make such a "standard format"!
SM2JEBSO LP 20MRig used KenWood TS-440S 100 W Ant. 4 el monoband yagi.
SM2TSO LP ALLMy best score in WPX. Nice conditions.
SM6EQOSO QRP 40MRig, EleCraft K1... Ant, 10 meter vertical on balcony of the appartment house supported by a 11m fishing pole and with radials inside the appartment... This was my first contest ever!!!
SP5DDJSO QRP 40MI was wondering if I could make any contact using such a little power (0.7W) on 40 meters in typical contest QRM. I made 38 QSOs having little time to operate. The longest contact I made was UA9 - who responded immediately. I had a great time.
SP5ULVSO LP ALLIt was very fine to log a few "new one" DXCC entities during contest pileups!
SV1DKLSO LP 20MPropagation was excellent both days. JA's and K's with great signals during all openings.
TE1WSO QRP 40MKeko (TI5KD) got his newly designed 2 element 40 Meter Quad up just in time for my QRP contest effort. It was amazing to have European stations come back to my 5 watt CQs!
UA4FERSO LP ALLOPERATING TIME DAY1 00.00-07.79 10.17-23.59 OPERATING TIME DAY2 00.00-05.34 06.36-09.41 14.08-19.46 RIG, FT1000MPMV (100W MAX) ANT, C31XR (1 FEEDER), DIPOLES
UA9AFSSO LP 15MTIME NOTES 27-May-01 Time on , 00,47 Time off, 09,47 Time on , 11,39 Time off, 18,59
UA9XCSO LP 10MEquipment - tr-r "FT-840", ant - Z10
UR5FCMSO LP 40MTRCVR - 50 W , ANT - DIPOLE
VE2OWLSO LP 20MI wish I could've spent more time on this contest ... 73's
VE3HGSA LP ALLNever was "one" with the contest. Quit midday Saturday. Will meditate on shortcomings and do better next time.
VE6LBSO LP ALLFT-1000D, HF9VX, YPLog
VE7AVSO HP 20MONLY 8 HOURS OF GREAT CONDITIONS
VE7FOSO HP ALLThe next chapter in the continuing saga of VE7FO's attempt to create and operate a credible contest station, given the following constraints: Station I live on a 33x120 city lot I live with a woman
VE9DXSO LP ALLAfter gone into work at 4 AM, I came home - Obviously tired - Somewhere along the way I must have worked a couple and not logged them. I know for fact that I worked HS0ZCW on 15 but I see he is not in the log. My fault, not his. I wonder how many others I
VK3VPSO QRP ALLMy first CQ WPX. Great fun but with only very limited power it was very tough going. I was very haoppy to make as many contacts as i did. Many thanks and please feel free to treat this a a Checklog. VK3VP
VK4TTSO LP 10MG'day to all contesters
VK5GNSO HP ALLThanks again fer running contest. Pity we cannot have 30 hours agn!
W0BRMSHI put out an open invitation on the local repeater for operators/observers - trying to drum up interest in contest style activity for field day. The computer techie with the two month old Tech license was impressed with the CW operation on WL - his wife
W0ETTSO LP ALLCondx on 15m to EU were very good, even late at night and early morning hours - W0ETT
W1TOSO LP ALLHad limited time due to family visits.
W1ZTSA HP ALLBest conditions on 15m I have ever heard. Great activity and operators this year.
W4BQFSO HP ALLLots of storms, but good band condx.
W4FMSSO LP 10MGREAT 10M RUN ON SUNDAY MORNING. TnX all for the Q's.

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