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YO5OLDSO LP 40MRig: IC-706MKIIG Ant: diople
YO5OPHSO LP 80Mmany station tnx to all,good propagation in 80m 73 GL
YO8RKPSO LP ALLRIG:FT847 PWR:&lt;100W ANT:WINDOM MULTIBAND
YO9AGISO LP 40M73 AND GOOD LUCK!
YO9FNPSO LP ALLA good propagation on Saturday afternoon in the 10m band, to South America. I put in my log as many DXCC that I really need to 5BDXCC award!
YO9ICTSO LP ALLNo plan. Just wanted to work some new DXCC.
YO9XCSA LP 15MRIG: TS 2000X; ANT: Beam 4 el
YP3ASA HP 20MFT-2000 + QRO TH7DX Nice contest - Good luck, 73!
YR5TChecklogFT - 897 + PA 300W HM SPIDERBEAM 14/21/28
YT2AAASA HP 40MIC-7700, 2 el. YAGI, 800 W
YT7DQSO HP ALLTS-930S, TH3-MK3
YU0WSO HP 15MTS-2000 + QRO 1KW
ZC4LISO LP 15MThanks to all concerned in running the contest.
ZL1AAOSO LP ALLI DID BETTER THAN LAST YEAR! GREAT TO HAVE THE OPENING ON 10M BEFORE CLOSE OF CONTEST. GOOD FUN AND POLITE OPERATING. WILL DO IT AGAIN!!!!
ZL4IGSO HP ALLFirst time. Lots of fun. First time 15m has been open since I have become QRV on HF, so I now know that my antenna does work on 15m after all.
ZM4GSA HP 15MOther priorities kept me busy on the first day but I&#039;m pleased I chose to have a go at 15m single-band. Picked up some new DXCC countries and hopefully the missing US states for WAS. Eqpt K3 plus amp, 500W to tribander at 14m AGL, on a hill top 260m ASL. More info at www.G4iFB.com. 74 Gary
ZS1JYSO LP ALLThis contest demonstrated how hopelessly inefficient my vertical antenna is on 15m and 20m. I need to do something about that...
ZS2NFSO LP ALLHad a good time with all the new ones for me on the band especially from the caribbean. Rig was a TS50S barefoot (100watts) with a 4 el yagi on 10m, a bisquare on 15m, an EDZ on 20m and a fullwave centre fed zepp on 40m.
ZS4JANSO LP ALLBand conditions really improved on 10 &amp; 15m. My best efford with the 5 band dipoles from lattitude 29. Thank you to all stations that made contact with me.
ZS6BRZSO HP ALLHigh-powered stations create the illusion that one-way propagation exists - they just can&#039;t hear the &quot;lower powered&quot; stations calling!
ZS6ELISO LP 15MMY 1ST CONTEST. HOOKED, NEXT TIME START EARLY AND BETTER PREPARATION
ZS9ZSO HP 15MFT-840; ANTENNA(s): Yagi 4 el.
ZX5JSO HP 15MWONDERFUL CONTEST. NICE WORKED 5 VK6...VERY DIFFICULT FROM SOUTH AMERICA ON 15M
ZY7CM2Hi everybody, WHAT A CONTEST! Nope a Single Problem! Just a power failure for 3 seconds (hi hi) sunday morning and all got back again. We figured out very soon that our target (30M pts) gonna be vanished soon. First night was productive on 40m, while the log had been feeded by 20/15m surprised good after local midnight. At sunrise, we were 600Qs ahead target! Day 1 morning, 10m band was wide open, but not to populated area (EU/NA). Many 9M, 9K, A71, YB, and some EA8/CT9 etc got into the log, but not signs from Europe. Day 1 Afternoon, we got big signals from Europe and North America and the crowded bands affected rate a lot and it was hard finding a clear spot to run. After 24h, We start to rethink the numbers when 10m opened to a large area - we started to work EU/NA on same basis. BIG, I mean, very BIG signs coming from everywhere and the 10m band got crowded (I love say that!). In south Brazil, 10m isn&#039;t that bad, but here (-3 degrees South) 10m was dead and stinking. We spend almost 5h with great rates on 28MHz, until a late QSY to 20m. Few hours to finnish, we set a new target: 45 millions. We worked very hard to get it, but 2359z came very fast and there was not time to get HC8N record. Good conditions and more fish into the barrel delivered a amazing time on CQ WPX Contest for everybody. Congrats friends from LP1H and PJ2T for very nice score, but this time we got it! Thank everybody for all QSOs. See you again on next Contest!! 73, ZY7C Team PT7CB, PT7WA, PT7YV, PT7ZAP, PY1NX, PY7RP, PY8AZT
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