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RU3PUSO LP 40MICOM IC-746PRO, GP 10m UP
RU3XBSO LP ALLTRX: IC-7400 Ant: Inverted V (80, 40); GAP-Titan-DX-8
RU3XYSO LP ALLIC-746, Delta Loop, Sloper, Dipole
RU3ZVSO LP ALLTNX FOR CONTEST 73!
RU9CXSO QRP ALLEquipment Description: TRX IC-750as PWR OUT 5 WATT ANT DELTA LOOP
RU9UGSO LP ALLRIG IC-756PRO3,ANT.INV.VEE,PWR 100W
RV3DBKSO QRP ALLTX 4 Watts, Ant Magnetic Loop (indoor)
RV3DHCSO LP ALLThank you for the Contest. It was my first CW contest. I&#039;d like to be in contest CQ-WPX-CW 2010. 73! DE Anton (Tony) RV3DHC.
RV3LOSO LP 10MGood contest! See you in the next year!
RV3MISA HP ALLnice contest!
RV6LCISO LP ALLFT757GX, anten: IV 40-20 - 1 cable. 10 m.high
RW3AISO QRP ALLIcom 7800 pwr 5 watts, Ant: ECO 7+, LW 120m
RW4AA/9SO QRP ALL20m was GREAT here. 866Q include 22Q by CQ_mode is new records for my QRP. 10m was open here 1st time this year, QSOed 40 southern neighbours mostly. Enjoyed contest. Thanks for all.
RW4WZSA HP ALLRIG: FT1000MP MARK V + VL 1000 ANT: 5 BAND GP
RW6FOSO QRP ALLVery nice test Rig K2 5w Ant LW
RW9UUSA LP ALLFine contest!!!
RX9AMSO LP ALLIcom 756 pro II,power 100 wtts 3 el/3 el/3 el spider - 10/15/20 m ,dipole - 40/80/160 m Timeout 2009-05-30 2048 - 2009-05-31 0736;Timeout 2009-05-31 1852-2009-05-31 2359
S51JSO HP ALLFT-2000, 3EL Beam, In V - 40, 80, 160m. Bad weather conditions and pure propagation. Not to mention S50K on the nearby location. I came to have fun, not to fight with all that. So I quit much earlier.
S57ADSO LP ALLPart time effort; After few fruitless CQs, 100% S&amp;P with 100W and OCF dipole up 10m (33ft)
S58WWSO LP 40MKENWOOD TS480 DSP 2 el MOXON UP 15 METERS GP with 2 radials up 2 meters only QRV 19 hours
S59MASA LP ALLIC-706 (100W) + 80/40, 20/15m Multiband Dipoles 10mH
SC3NSO LP ALLHad fun but no full entry due to other obligations.
SF6DXSO LP 20MMaking just the few to through in some points.
SF7WTChecklogSome guys refuse to answer a QSL via the bureau. They obviously don&#039;t appreciate the enormous work done by all those guys, who devote their time to help us get our QSLs. I have deleted 22 calls from my log. &quot;SOAPBOX: Why shall we spend our time, giving contest points, writing QSLs and waste &quot; &quot;SOAPBOX: money sending our cards to guys, who are too lazy to reply? I&#039;m happy if I can give my points to some unselfish guys to improve their score and I hope they appreciate my QSL
SM6AHUSO QRP ALLRig Yaesu FT 817 QRP 5 W, Antennas dipol, 2x20, lw 75 m, 3 el 3-band
SM6WETSA LP ALLRelax style contesting sitting outside in the garden of the summer cabin getting a tan while working some on 10 and 15. Due to poor conditions and boredom I could not help but to connect to 20m as well. 73 Magnus
SN3CSO LP 20Mic765 100 w 5 el.yagi
SN50RSMSHTRX FT920-40W FT-897 80W IC738-100W ANT: A4S, DIPOLE INV. V 160-40M
SN9KSA LP ALLrig ; IC730 50W ant ; 1 el Delta loop
SO1EKOChecklogAlinco DX70 . 70W Ant: Dipole.
SP1KRFSO LP ALLTS 450S + dipol
SP3GTSSO HP 40MIC-765 + SB-220 ANT:GP-7
SP3HCSO LP ALLTRX FT-950 pwr 100 watts
SP4GLSO QRP 160MPWR 5W ANT DELTA 170M
SP5DDJSO QRP 10MHard work on 10m QRP
SP5KCRSO HP 80MRIF:FT-2000+ACOM 1000 LINEAR AMPL. ANT:HALF WAVE DIPOLE
SP5NVXSO LP ALLFT 950, 100W
SP5NZNSO LP 40MRIG: TRX WOLNA, PWR: 50W, ANT: DIPOLE
SP6BENSO LP ALLIC-735 100W
SP6LVSO LP ALLTRX Ten Tec Delta II pwr 100W, ant delta loop 84 m. since 1957 sp2lv from 1997 sp6lv, age 78.
SP6QKPSO LP ALLMy RIG was: FT897D and AV-640 Hy-Gain antenna
SP8BABSO LP 20MIC 730, Power:100W Antenna: Loop
SP9BNMSO LP 20MRIG:ic706mk2 PWR:100 ANT:delta loop
SP9CVSO LP ALLIC-736 Antenna R-5, W3DZZ
SP9CVYSA HP 20MTS-830s, 7M VERTICAL
SP9FTSO LP ALLIC-751A Antenna W3DZZ
SP9JZTSO HP ALLFB Contest
SQ2DYLSO QRP ALLAlinco DX70 5W Dipol
SQ9BDNSO LP 20MTRX: TS-870S ANT: CP-6 DIAMOND
SV1AAKSA LP ALLFirst time on the contest.worked few hours,enjoyed my few contacts very much. Thank you
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