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**CQ Worldwide DX Contest, RTTY 2005 Sep 24 Comment Summary**

Click on a call below to see the score rumor detail. Click on the *[email]* link to send an e-mail to the contester who posted the comment.

DJ1YFK SOAB(A) LP 23,175 | 2005-09-25 06:14:40 |

Rig: FT-890AT
Ant: Doublet 2*15m @ 8m Software: tlf + gMFSK (Linux) | |

2EØTEC SOAB LP 175,812 | 2005-09-25 16:44:37 |

An enjoyable contest with 12 new countries for my DXCC.
Target was 100,000 points so I was happy with the final score. Still having problems with N1MM ! BTW what programme to pepole use to output logbook statistics and tables/reports ? I want to produce a table with Band on one axis and DXCC on the other ... Hope to meet you all on RTTY soon ! Vy 73 de Carl | |

N3CA SOAB(A) LP 26,040 | 2005-09-25 16:50:48 |

Just did it every so often - I found out at the very beginning that I can't use MMTTY's EXTFSK plugin to key my usb/serial adapter for FSK, so just used AFSK with my RigBlaster. Was fun for the time I did it. | |

AA3B SOAB(A) HP 713,940 | 2005-09-25 17:04:22 |

First time on RTTY in about 20 years. Also, this was my first RTTY contest. It was fun and I'll be back. 73 Bud AA3B | |

K4UTE SOSB/40 HP 235,620 | 2005-09-25 17:07:14 |

4 full size elements at 140 feet makes a difference! Lots of fun. | |

VP9/K9JY(@VP9GE) M/2 LP 3,145,798 | 2005-09-25 17:07:36 |

Thanks for all of the contacts! | |

AF4OX SOAB LP 374,400 | 2005-09-25 17:12:15 |

The bands seemed in good shape, all things considered. Even 15M opened up the second afternoon,and I manged some N/S contacts on 10M. I need to get my yagi back up to get more out of 20M. | |

VO1TA SOAB LP 108,016 | 2005-09-25 17:12:23 |

First ever RTTY contest. Thus a Personal best score.Still have some work to do on the software. Must read the manuals. MMTTY and N1MM seemed to work pretty well. Thanks for the Q's Wayne | |

VE3XD SOSB/20 LP 212,505 | 2005-09-25 17:12:30 |

Decided to do a SOSB/20 when I knew my weekend would be full with other events such as a visit to my new granddaughter only 4 days old. The 17 hours I did operate found band conditions to be excellent with some surprisingly good DX. Only ventured off 20m once to work Don AA5AU who was back on the air after Katrina did some damage to his house and station. Had to give you a point Don. | |

KM4M(W3BP) SOAB HP 1,233,180 | 2005-09-25 17:14:00 |

Surprise of the contest was ZL3TE callin me on 40M at 0514Z the first day when my beam was pointed to EU. He had a great signal. What path would that be? Conditions very good. RTTY guys now starting to shorten up the exchange and rates are going up! Great contest. Bruce W3BP aka KM4M | |

K3SV SOAB HP 1,015,406 | 2005-09-25 17:14:47 |

Nice surprise to have zone 39 and 40 call me back-to-back. 73 Bill | |

VA7ST SOAB LP 189,840 | 2005-09-25 17:14:59 |

FT920
N1MM Logger + MMTTY (both flawless all weekend) 3-ele CL33 at 45' 40M twin delta loops 80M delta loop Up and down conditions here in southern B.C. Low bands weren't good either night, although I was surprised to be called by VK2KM and work CT3EN. Could only manage a small handful of EU contacts on 40. I found 80M to be rubbish this year -- not even close to last year's conditions. Had a few new-to-me ones -- Suriname, Ethiopia and Corsica, and that always adds to the pleasure of a contest. I made 4 Qs on 10M, up from 0 last year. Overall performance was less than half of last year's points, 2/3 the contacts, but my zone total is up by 2 (55 from 53). Difference was in the number of 3-point DX contacts... QSO points were 1,700 down to 840 this year. Had fun for the cycle position. There's always next year. Well, the year after solar min perhaps. | |

F4JRC SOSB/40 HP 207,214 | 2005-09-25 17:16:54 |

ICOM 756P2 POWER 800W ANT: FOUR SQUARE SOFT N1MM
THIERRY F4JRC LOC: AVIGNON | |

KA5EYH SOAB LP 67,815 | 2005-09-25 17:17:01 |

Club Not Listed "South Texas DX and Contest Club" | |

K4KO SOAB LP 120,960 | 2005-09-25 17:19:41 |

This was my first RTTY contest and I really enjoyed it. | |

KF4OPX SOAB LP 20,295 | 2005-09-25 17:23:13 |

GREAT CONTEST, LOT OF FUN! GETTING MORE DX EACH TIME. ANTENNAS HI IN THE SKY.
THANKS FOR ALL THE CONTACTS. MIKE KF4OPX | |

W7WHY SOAB LP 61,236 | 2005-09-25 17:23:55 |

Had to work Saturday so that took all the incentive to try and get a better score. First time I've tried SO2R and it was a lot of fun. This was a test drive. I can't ever see operating a contest and only be able to listen to 1 band at a time. Still have some interference problems between radios, but will be building some more stubs next week. Also need lots of practice listening to 2 radios. Friday I decided to throw up a 15 meter dipole at about 15 feet. Glad I did as I was surprised to find 15 open Sunday afternoon after I got back home. I really need an amp here! Europeans were CQ'ing in my face Sunday morning and I think I must have heard QRZ or AGN?? a hundred times this weekend. N1MM performed perfectly. What a super piece of software the programmers are putting out. Thanks for all the Q's and looking forward to the next one. Tom W7WHY Radio 1 TS-450SAT + RASCAL Radio 2 FT-840 + RASCAL N1MM Logger and MMTTY 2-el monobanders for 10-20 15 dipole 40 meter vertical and zepp 80 zepp | |

4O31ØSKY(@YT6A) M/2 HP 4,621,848 | 2005-09-25 17:29:08 |

Very raw score. Nice wx and condx.
73 de Mario, S56A, N1YU | |

KU8E SOAB LP 89,652 | 2005-09-25 17:30:50 |

1st ever RTTY contest for me. Mostly S&P to get used to it all. Wish I would of had more time to play.... there was lots of good DX active on the bands... 73, Jeff KU8E | |

K1GU SOAB LP 421,200 | 2005-09-25 17:38:02 |

TS-850SAT (fsk), WriteLog/MMTTY. | |

LU4DX SOAB LP 351,948 | 2005-09-25 17:39:08 |

W2JU SOAB LP 79,097 | 2005-09-25 17:40:13 |

IC706MKIIG, AH-4 tuner, 200 ft dipole at 30 feet, N1MM logger w/MMTTY
Thanks for all the QSOs. 73 Alec W2JU | |

YBØDPO SOAB LP 574,260 | 2005-09-25 17:45:13 |

Not real serious. Lots of rest periods,I was S&P working,missing Zone 2,few South America Stations,Thanks to all the stations that worked me,running 100watts only into 7 elements logperiodic and a rotary dipole 40m/80m,N1MM Software , no 80m this time , anyway I enjoy this contest , hope cuagn at CW or SSB part 73 DE Dudy YB0DPO | |

K6XX SOAB HP 323,587 | 2005-09-25 17:53:37 |

The bands were so much better than they have been so I stuck around a little more than planned. | |

XE2AC SOAB(A) LP 132,104 | 2005-09-25 17:58:14 |

Superb condx, for moments, it reminded me how great were the
high sunspots of the last solar cycle. Tnx for the Q's Luis | |

N8BJQ SOAB(A) HP 735,902 | 2005-09-25 18:08:26 |

Very good conditions. Excellent 15M runs into EU. Worked a couple of new ones. Missed most of Sat with a stomach bug. First try with RTTY SO2R. Kind of fun once I figured out what I was doing. | |

N5UWY/9 SOAB LP 25,289 | 2005-09-25 18:15:36 |

Would have played more but can't solve my MMTTY-engine-dying-at-odd-times problem. N5UWY | |

K4GMH SOAB(A) HP 2,350,053 | 2005-09-25 18:20:25 |

Thanks to all who worked on putting this Contest together and will be working to do the scoring and other administrative stuff. Also, thanks to the folks who were kind enough to work me. Band conditions were okay condsidering how they have been over the last several weeks. Even work Europe (once) on 10 meters! Fortunately, 15 and 20 meters were in good shape throughout the weekend. Lots of activity on all the bands which is a good sign of the health of RTTY contesting. Hope they all had as much fun as I did. Tried a reduced SO2R operation. However, just got 75 percent of the SO2R stuff installed. Knew it would not be a full SO2R operation and found out only could do a couple of bands. This was my first try at SO2R operation - I've got a lot to learn. Hope to have the all the SO2R equipment installed (except for second amp.) for the next contest. Also, the operator has to do a lot of practise using the two radios. | |

WN1X SOAB LP 76,006 | 2005-09-25 18:22:11 |

Station: IC-746PRO, 50 Watts, fan dipole at 25 feet | |

NA2M SOAB(A) HP 250,685 | 2005-09-25 18:36:04 |

Great conditions for a change on the three bands I worked. | |

W3LL SOAB LP 943,372 | 2005-09-25 18:44:19 |

My first RTTY contest. Never worked RTTY before except for about three contacts before the contest to see that everyting was set up correctly. N1MM and MMTTY get most of the credit along with the 706MKIIG (in FSK with 350 Hz filter) and MonstIR @ 90'. Band conditions were very good along with lots of activity. | |

ADØK SOAB LP 22,261 | 2005-09-25 18:45:58 |

Only a few hours available to operate, and with all wire antennas and only 100 watts, but had a great time. Good ops out there quite able (and willing) to pull a weak station out. Love this contest. | |

VE3DZ SOAB LP 1,372,414 | 2005-09-25 18:46:59 |

Conditions were way better than expected. | |

K8IR M/S HP 61,398 | 2005-09-25 19:00:59 |

Did a M/S with my 10 year old grandson, his first time with RTTY. He had a blast. We were LP until I needed to turn on the amp to work JT1CO for a new one on RTTY. Conditions were pretty good. | |

KI8U SOAB LP 231,608 | 2005-09-25 19:04:06 |

Good to see so many signals on 10 and 15 for a change and 40 was working very well. Was able to only get in about 12 hours this year but had lots of fun and it was good to see AA5AU in print. Dennis KI8U | |

AA5AU SOSB/40 HP 54,432 | 2005-09-25 19:12:03 |

It was weird not doing a full blown effort this year. After Hurricane Katrina destroyed both my towers, I guess I was lucky the ceiling in the radio room didn't fall in from all the holes in the roof. I had taken my HF2 vertical down before the storm and stored it behind my shed and next to the wooden fence. The storm blew the fence over the vertical but did not damage it. It actually protected it and it is the only HF antenna I have left. Charlie, KI5XP, had graciously invited me to do a Multi-2 at W5WMU in Lafayette, but Hurricane Rita changed all that. During the week of the contest, we kept an eye on Rita and when we awoke at 4 a.m. Thursday to check her status, the forecast track had moved east to the Louisiana-Texas border. With the track moving east, I knew we had to leave our hotel in Lafayette, which had been our home for two weeks. Lafayette was not a good place to be with Rita approaching. So we started packing everything into my truck and Shay's car. At noon, we blew out of town and headed home. We figured it would be safer there. Thursday evening we arrived home around 3:30 in the afternoon and unloaded everything. It was like a ghost town. Nearly everyone else had re-evacuated. That night the wind started picking up. The next day we started getting rain bands from Rita and there were several leaks in the roof that became apparent with the hard squalls. Three different times on Friday I had to get up on the roof and ended up putting on 4 more tarps in 40 mph wind gust and heavy rains. At one point water was dripping into the radio room right next to the operating chair and into my laptop! That was the last tarp that went up that day. During a break in the rain I erected my HF2V vertical in order to operate the contest. I checked the VSWR and it was flat. I continued looking for roof leaks and the garage was taking on water, but I said the heck with it. Shay cooked dinner and I started the contest at 0020Z. 40 meters was extremely noisy that night, almost unbearable with all the thunderstorms associated with Rita. I worked until 0430Z and made only 87 QSO's. Man, that was bad. At 1000Z, I restarted the contest but the band was again very noisy. At 1211Z that morning, I worked VQ9LA for my best QSO in the contest. I had never worked the Indian Ocean on 40 meters at that time of the morning. It was an excellent contact. I continued until 1300Z and had 148 QSO's. The weather was much better on Saturday. The wind was still gusting hard, but we only had one line of showers in the morning and the rest of the day was partly sunny. I went to work cleaning up the destroyed beams by taking them apart and saving all the stainless hardware and stacking the pieces of aluminum neatly into two piles. I then removed all the transmission lines, rotor cables and phylistran guys cables. It was then that I discovered one of the steel cables used as a leader from the Phylistran to the ground anchor was frayed as if it had broke. None of the Phylistran was broke. Only the steel cable on the east anchor broke. This appears to the be reason the big tower fell. It then must have fallen over the guy line of the smaller tower causing it to fall as it was not guyed well from the east. Next time I guy a tower, I will use Phylistran again but with a much larger diameter steel cable leader. I inspected each Phylistran guy line and found no damage. Phylistran works! The wind at my QTH during Katrina was sustained at 100 mph with 140 mph gusts. The towers survived Georges in '98 and Ivan last year, but could not stand up to Katrina. I removed both Yaesu G-800 rotors and collected my 80 meter inverted vee. The 80 meter wire was fully intact! It's been a great antenna and I was happy to see it survive. I neatly wound it up and will reuse it in the future. Something else that was strange is that the 6 meter beam did not get destroyed. One of the 3 elements is slightly bent. This was weird because it was mounted to the side of one of the towers and the tower landed on the one element but it didn't break. I took it apart and put it in the shed. After removing everything from the towers, I proceeded to pick up what seemed like 10,000 pieces of shingle in the backyard. I wanted to cut the grass since it was about 18" high, but it got too late. Shay fixed some of her great red beans and rice for dinner and I restarted the contest at 0145Z and the band was MUCH better Saturday night. But it was slow. Not sure if activity was down this year or what, but it difficult getting a run going even though I was running a KW. The vertical is not as good as my rotatable dipole was at 62 feet, but it's not a bad antenna. Running only one radio was really boring so I started drinking a few beers and that made the contest a little more enjoyable. During the slow periods I thought about what kind of new antennas I would put up. I made a goal that I would have all new antennas up and be ready to defend my ARRL Roundup title in January '06. This made me feel better, and along with the brew, I was starting to have fun in the contest. I made a goal to work 300 stations in the contest and at 0600Z I had 280 Q's. I then shut down and went to bed. Sunday morning was really slow and there was much work I wanted to do on the house, so I made my 300th QSO and then went to work repairing the holes in the ceiling in the back bedroom and main bathroom. I came back in the shack during the late afternoon. There were a few signals on the band, but only stateside and I worked QSO number 301 and shut down for good. I then went out and cut the 18" grass in the backyard. All in all a pretty good contest for me. I really appreciated every time one of you fellow contesters would stop and say how glad you were to see me back on the air. I got so many of those that I made a special buffer of thanks and to say it felt great to be back. It really made me feel good. By the end of the weekend, with all my work and all Shay's work, along with her sister and her husband who are now staying with us (they lost their apartment in Katrina), the inside of the house is looking like home again. It will be a long time before things are even close to normal around here but I see light at the end of the tunnel. It's strange not having but a couple of stores open and no cable TV, but things will only get better. Thanks to everyone for the QSO's. I'm glad to give out Louisiana because there must not have been very many on. I worked 41 states but did not work Louisiana. It was the first time in any contest that I did not work my own state. The only good thing about losing my antennas is that now I will get even bigger and better ones. And when I come back - watch out. I'll be better than ever. 73, Don AA5AU | |

KI6DY SOAB LP 508,288 | 2005-09-25 19:47:27 |

Lots of good DX in this one and considering the solar flux numbers I found that surprising. Missed more than 3 hours on Sunday afternoon as I went to the local bar to watch the Browns game (I'm the president of the local backers club so didn't have a choice). Down by about 100 Q's over last year but the score was up over 50K. I'm convinced I alone can't even come close to the numbers Raj (VE6RAJ) and I did back in 2001 even though I'm SO2R. SO2R didn't help much in this contest as 80 was noisy both nights and 10 was open to SA only. The QSO total there suffered big time as a result. Thanks to all that pulled out my 100 watts. Bob (KI6DY) | |

8P2K(8P6SH) SOAB LP 1,447,710 | 2005-09-25 20:09:46 |

Most equipment worked well, except for a severed cable to one of the yagi's, which seemed to have been cut by the lawnmower and his crew. Also lost the capacitors in the 10m section of the ICE Bandpass filter. Second time this has happened. Conditions were not great, but was surprised to get a couple decent openings on 10m, unfortunately people don't seem to be checking 10, so I had to try moving just normal QSO's to improve the tally on 10m. Highlights were working 7X, ET, TF and SV9 for new RTTY countries, and working Don, AA5AU, on 40m. It was my only LA contact, but more importantly it was a great sign that Don is fighting back after the disaster of Hurricane Katrina. It was nice to work VE1OP, HC8N, PJ7/K7ZUM, K1TTT and KA4RRU on all the bands. Great contest and see you next year!!! | |

N6PC SOAB LP 224,547 | 2005-09-25 20:25:09 |

Great to be back in the RTTY contesting again. Missed a few earlier this year.
Was very surprised at how the band conditions were at this QTH. I had expected much lower contact number for this year. Raising the T6 antenna a bit more helped on the path to EU. Still need to do a LOT of work on the low band antenna situation. Thanks to all the operators in the contest. You are what makes RTTY contesting fun.. 73 Paul N6PC | |

W4MYA SOAB(A) HP 802,800 | 2005-09-25 20:41:53 |

Have to thank Kyle, WA4PGM, for keeping me in this one. This time it was one position with the antennas extended into it. No rotors or beverages, just the feedlines, antennas pointed to EU. Only EU worked on 10M LZ and IT9 about 1700 Saturday. Enjoyed it.. Take care Bob PS If anyone needs to know, my new email is rsmorris@nelsoncable.com | |

CX7BF SOSB/15 HP 451,000 | 2005-09-25 21:32:56 |

Good propagacion. Again a very long 48 hrs contest | |

EY8MM SOSB/20 HP 664,113 | 2005-09-25 23:33:24 |

My son had 10 year anniversary on Sunday so I didn't plan serious effort from very beginning. My family let me operate full Saturday but I was busy with preparations most of Sunday. So I had very few minutes to operate second day. Was back about 1630Z when all guests left. :)))) Very good signals from NA second night. I was able to collect big number of Sates/Provinces which is not usual for us. Many good operators and excellent activity from all over the world. Managed to work 5 new ones. Thank you CO2GL, VP9/K9JY, PZ5RA, ET3TK, KG4OX. Station: FT1000MkV ACOM 1000 Microham Keyer C31XR @ 12 m on 4-stored building http://www.qsl.net/ey8mm | |

HB9DTM SOAB(A) LP 219,011 | 2005-09-25 23:34:38 |

N1MM v5.9.0 freeware | |

OH2BP SOSB/40 HP 195,000 | 2005-09-25 23:43:12 |

XM240 @ 27M.
Just to mention a few logged ones: B1Z, HB0/DL1FX, CN8KD, A61AJ, A45WD, 7X0RY, HC8N, 8P2K KP2D, VR2BG, E21YPD, YV5YMA, VP9/K7YC, HI3TEJ, VK6HD TF3KX, 9M2CNC, FR1 ... and K7C on 20M SSB. | |

GUØSUP SOAB LP 500,864 | 2005-09-26 00:29:35 |

Great fun, but nothing on 10m!
Log will be on LoTW soon, or cards via bureau/direct are good. 73 de Phil GU0SUP | |

ES5RY(@ES5KJ) SOAB LP 918,666 | 2005-09-26 01:39:00 |

Target was 1mil and 1000qsos,but high bands propagation is so bad to us.
200 qsos on 15m and 10m is few:(,no use SO2R setup,but I think is necessary to make much better score.Trying work with N1MM,but after two QSOs ,I go to back my old soft MixW and work all test with it!Anyway,thanks all who call me and see again CQWWSSB round :) Rig:IC775DSP 150w ANT:80m-INV 40m-XM240 2el 40m AGL (work so well) 20m-10m-JP2000 tribander Soft:MixW 2.15 registred PC:Laptop Dell 500 73! Tom ES5RY | |

A61AJ M/M HP 9,144,928 | 2005-09-26 03:20:26 |

Slovenia contest club team would like to thank ALI A61AJ for another great contest. | |

KE1F SOAB LP 125,080 | 2005-09-26 04:52:58 |

CONDITIONS WERE GOOD FOR THE CYCLE. WORKED
SEVERAL STATIONS ON 10 METERS. MISSED HEARING DON, AA5AU. FUN CONTEST. | |

W1AJT/VE3 SOAB HP 1,063,888 | 2005-09-26 05:07:01 |

Great conditions but I wasn't able to get to the station until 11:50 local
time (1450z) Saturday so missed all the fun Friday night and Saturday morning. RTTY is the only real contest mode where my 9 character callsign is not a big factor. Antennas : 2-el Quad @ 10m / 80/40 dipole @ 7m | |

VA3DX SOSB/40 HP 242,952 | 2005-09-26 05:20:28 |

Conditions seemed good, had 2 thunderstorms pass through, no equipment breakdowns... only one freq battle with a zone 8 chap who moved in 200 hz above me....saw 3 countries that I couldnt raise.... some of the noteable qsos were 4L1QX C31BO A61AJ 7X0RY TA1DX VK6HD, VQ9LA (on LP ),TF4M ,PY0S/PS7JN GU0SUP , 3-ZS's, 4-ZL's, H2E ( this caused a bit of confusion ) and for the final qso at 2357 gmt, TI2KAC called for a new country and zone !!!! Missed Idaho and North Dakota , VY2 and VE5, VY0, VE8, VY1 ... Rig Ft1000MP- Alpha 76A (running 500 W max ) Antenna- 24 yr old Hygain 4O2BA 2 element yagi at 82 feet | |

VK6HZ SOAB LP 12,900 | 2005-09-26 05:27:34 |

Didnt have much time on the weekend, but ended up running for abt 4hrs. Only used 50W into a G5RV as I was away visiting the in-laws for the weekend. Had a ball. Tnx all for the contacts! C U next year.... | |

IV3ZXQ SOSB/40 HP 269,938 | 2005-09-26 05:32:40 |

CQWWRTTY Score Summary Sheet
Start Date : 2005-09-24 CallSign Used : IV3ZXQ Operator(s) : IV3ZXQ Band : 40M Power : HIGH Mode : RTTY Default Exchange : 15 Gridsquare : JN66QD Name : Maurizio Mattiello Address : P.O.Box 8 City/State/Zip : Faedis I 33040 Country : ITALY ARRL Section : UD Club/Team : Software: N1MM Logger V5.9.0 Band QSOs Pts Cty ZN Sec 7 855 1942 77 25 37 Total 855 1942 77 25 37 Score : 269.938 Rig : ICOM 756 PRO III Antennas : OPTIBEAM YAGI 12/4 Soapbox : I have operated 95% in running... it has been the first experience in CQ WW RTTY CONTEST, thanks to the stations that have connected. CQ WW RTTY - 2005-09-24 0000Z to 2005-09-26 0000Z - 857 QSOs IV3ZXQ - Off Times >= 30 Minutes 09/24/05 10.15.58Z - 09/24/05 10.52.21Z 36 mins 09/24/05 12.10.51Z - 09/24/05 12.50.12Z 39 mins 09/24/05 13.11.36Z - 09/24/05 16.23.05Z 191 mins 09/25/05 06.11.22Z - 09/25/05 07.39.30Z 88 mins 09/25/05 10.12.37Z - 09/25/05 10.49.20Z 37 mins 09/25/05 11.44.42Z - 09/25/05 12.20.18Z 36 mins 09/25/05 13.33.39Z - 09/25/05 14.10.43Z 37 mins 09/25/05 19.17.22Z - 09/25/05 20.27.02Z 70 mins Total Time Off 8,90 hours Total Time On 39,10 hours I have observed all competition rules as well as all regulations established for amateur radio in my country. My report is correct and true to the best of my knowledge. I agree to be bound by the decisions of the Contest Committee. Date : 2005-09-26 Signature : IV3ZXQ | |

ZC4LI(STEVE) SOSB/15 HP 640,530 | 2005-09-26 05:39:17 |

SO1R/No Spots
Thanks to everyone for the Q's, and thanks to all concerned in running the contest. Cu in the JARTS. 73 Steve. | |

KO1H SOAB LP 646,100 | 2005-09-26 06:04:17 |

Wow great prop on Saturday morning. Lots of great DX. Sunday good solid runs into EU with Africa, Asia, and SA calling in. Had a great Time. Cu all in the SSB 8) and JARTS 8)) | |

AA4V SOAB HP 323,202 | 2005-09-26 06:15:25 |

Part-time effort here....nice to hear decent conditions on 15M...JW, 9M2,
YCO, FR1 and EY were nice surprises. HC8N was loud everywhere. | |

VE3JAQ SOAB LP 326,988 | 2005-09-26 06:49:30 |

Nice to hear good conditions for a change. CQ WW contests always seem to bolster the ionosphere. Unfortuneatly I had a lot of duties this weekend with September and Oct being busy months so I was not able put the time into this litterally working 15 minutes or so at a time. | |

DC3HB SOAB HP 691,470 | 2005-09-26 07:01:20 |

Thanks for all QSO's
partialy SO2R, but the Ten Tec Orion fails in contest (don't transmit) Rig: A: TenTec Orion / BPF / ACOM1000 (750W) / Hy-Gain AV640 B: Yaesu FT1000 Field / PA (200W) / BPF / G5RV Later in contest: Yaesu FT1000 Field / ACOM 1000 / HyGain AV-640 + G5RV (80m) 73 de Bernd, DC3HB | |

W7ZR SOAB(A) LP 332,465 | 2005-09-26 07:21:28 |

30 minutes before the start my computer crashed. Did not get on the air until Saturday. While conditions were not that good it was fun contest. | |

F6IRF SOAB(A) HP 1,921,332 | 2005-09-26 07:21:46 |

Rig: my "small" domestic stn (2elts@12m / dip80@20m / dip40@19m)
and F legal-limit power (500W) See http://f6irf.blogspot.com/2005/08/so2r-minimal-setup.html Only change is: I separated the 40 and 80 dipoles... despite 1m separation 40/80 SO2R works fine. Great weekend ! I had 2 objectives 2M-points and the "weekend DXCC". Missed just a few Q's for the 1st one (bloody thunderstorm !!!), and wkd 103 counties, my first ever "weekend DXCC" in RTTY. Conditions have been far better than expected; I had run many VOACAP simulations based on various sources "expected" data, but 28zones on 15m was kind of "impossible" according to the most optimistic projections... OK, 10m remained marginal, but we are at y-1 of solar min ! Following is an "hour by hour" contest story in a pure AA5AU style and as a tribute to him ! Started 80/40 - 20m was still open, but dying... First surprise at 00:53 : Don AA5AU called on 40- despite Katrina and Rita! this guy deserves a special award for giving out LA despite such adversity! Found HC8N on 80 a 03:08 and they came back first call; kind of "routine" in this contest, but still "magic" with a simple inv-V. Remained calling on 80 after sunrise and wkd CN8KD, GU0SUP and PJ7/K7ZUM amongst latest q's of the 80m first session. On 40 at sunrise ZL2AMI was there "easy to work, as usual". I heard KL7CQ , with a strong signal but he was S&Ping. Wkd HC8N on 20 at 06:37, just before working them on 40 a few mns later... incredible signal any time any band ! As I was calling on 40, S&P'ing of 20 was difficult (due to H2) so I moved quickly the S&P to 15m... Surprise! JA's were there already with good signs! At 07:48 FK8HN called me on 21096... first FK on TTY (merci Didier !). Took the first 30mn break at 10:20 just after working A61AJ on 28 for the 5th time (well done guys !) and VQ9LA, FR1HZ and VU3DXY on 15 ... Back to op after lunch - first W on 15 was KA4RRU at 1151z quickly followed by many others! Not being sure that 15 would open agn on sunday, I put all efforts there (just keeping an hear on 10m with the 2nd radio on scan). KG4OX, HC8N (agn!), VP9/K9JY, FR5GS, HI3TEJ, 9M2CNC on 15, while on 10 only wkd F6KAR... 15m died quite early, so it was time for the 1st serious 20m session - until 1750z for the 2nd 30mn break! Back to work, managed to find a place around 7050, while S&P'ing on 14- had turned the 40m dipole for JA, but band was too hard with heavy EU-QRM including SAC SSB contest !). In fact the first AS-DX was 9M2CNC at 1956z, quickly followed by JH4UYB both for the "double mult". Kept the second radio on 20 until 2030z after working D44AC and quite a few W6/7... The skip getting longer, 40m improved (tnx VR2BG for calling) but 80 remained "only EU" (no VK6HD this time!)... went to bed at 22z: had 950Q's for 21h of tfc. Not bad, but I knew that D2 was going to be harder ! Came back around 2z focusing on 80, tnx HI3TEJ and TF3HP for call and double mult. Finished the 80 session with VP9/K9JY PJ2B and KP2D, while working KH6ND on 40m (great !). Started CQ'ing on 20 at 5:40z and on top of a few JA friends, I got called by KH6ZM shortly followed by VK3KE. Moved to 21 around 650z and the band was again good to JA - Was keeping an hear on 28, and found UA9AYA Cq'ing... He had a good S3-S5 signal but for some reason he could not copy me (I must be too QRP!) Finaly managed to get him around 0816z - he was 579 by then... did not hear any other UA9. In the afternoon wkd 4X6UU, LU1HF, LT2H and 4Z5AV with considerably lower signal, but all on first attempt... Could not hear any of the other spotted stations probably due to my poor south sector... Bueno, pues... at 1000z was at 1200Q and took a 2hours lunch+nap break. Everything started again slowly. Started having troubles to get a run going at decent rate, but insiting I managed to work quite a few new states, and DX's, so everything seemed to be OK for more than 2M-pts. Everything except that around 1800z, having a look outside I started to see lightning toward south... It did not take more than 30mn before the thunderstorm was on us... I disconnected everything and started to turn like a rat in a cage... Tried a book, a magazine... nothing! Outside, it was hell, tropical rain, wind and lightning (the bigger T-storm we have seen this year)... was afraid of a long power cut (we already had 2 this year), but this time it did not happen, and finaly around 2030, I could connect a station and start again on 20m... Things getting quieter I reconnected the second one and despite remaining QRN, managed to work 100Q's more during the last 3.5 hours... 40m with heavily loaded from 025 to 60, and it was difficult to find a place. Thanks A45WD last mult on 40 and to UN3M last one on 80. N1MM 5.9 worked great... just a bit of slowlyness when changing TX focus while "available mults" window is open. Also noted a few inacurate "color status", but in general the "double mult" green indication is a nice feature, and don't think WL users know what they are missing with all those new nice features... (just a joke for my friends at F6KAR !) At the end did not manage much more Q's than last year (Was SO1R unassisted)... Just a lot more mults (517 versus 457)... The gain in mults is, I think, mostly due to SO2R... On top of the rest and as Don, pointed out, operating 1 radio is too boring when you are used to operating 2... it really keeps active all the time! IMHO, in RTTY the cluster does not provide a fantastic bonus (too many AFSK spotters who spot their TRX frequency !). I think I'll be back to "unassisted" next year ! Just 1 more about cluster: why so many stations on DX's within 1mn when a DX is spotted, and so few participants entering assisted ??? (strange isn't it?). Anyway, thanks to all for the QSO's... And see you on the bands for the Makrothen (yes a strange name, but a vy nice contest!). A few graphical stats and pics will be soon on my blog http://f6irf.blogspot.com/ (and all Q's on LOTW soon) Statistics: WAZ Missed ZN12 (as usual) ZN26 (hrd HS, but could not work) 29 (no VK6) and the usual AF zones (Most AF-PU's unbreakable due to my poor South take-off). WAS : just missed ND, WY and ID DXCC: 2005, great millesime ! thanks to all DX'peditioners... ============================ ========================== CTY Tot 3_5 7 14 21 28 ZN Tot 3_5 7 14 21 28 ============================ ========================== K 406 19 91 161 135 1 1 1 UA 133 14 35 36 48 2 2 1 1 DL 89 47 28 12 2 3 52 3 44 5 UR 76 14 24 18 20 4 167 7 36 59 65 JA 64 2 16 46 5 245 20 63 80 82 VE 58 7 11 23 17 6 5 1 2 2 UA9 57 3 10 21 22 1 7 1 1 SP 45 14 17 13 1 8 17 3 5 5 4 G 29 10 15 4 9 10 1 5 3 1 OK 27 14 9 3 1 10 5 1 1 1 2 I 26 17 4 5 11 7 2 1 4 OH 25 9 6 8 2 13 5 1 2 2 F 24 10 4 3 5 2 14 250 99 82 53 13 3 YL 23 8 6 8 1 15 252 92 73 71 16 SM 21 4 7 9 1 16 218 31 60 59 68 PA 17 11 3 1 2 17 47 3 11 19 13 1 UN 16 1 4 5 6 18 19 1 3 4 11 YU 16 5 6 4 1 19 10 5 5 YO 15 1 7 7 20 60 10 20 19 9 2 HA 14 4 3 5 2 21 12 1 3 3 4 1 S5 14 5 4 4 1 22 1 1 GM 13 2 6 5 23 2 1 1 SV 13 3 5 4 1 24 11 1 5 5 LZ 12 4 3 4 1 25 69 2 17 50 9A 11 3 4 3 1 27 1 1 ES 11 2 3 4 2 28 13 1 5 7 EA 10 3 2 5 30 1 1 HB 10 3 3 2 1 1 31 2 1 1 LA 9 1 3 5 32 3 1 1 1 4X 8 2 2 2 2 33 12 2 4 3 3 GW 8 1 4 3 35 1 1 YB 8 3 5 37 1 1 EU 7 2 1 4 39 3 3 LY 7 1 3 3 40 7 1 1 2 3 OM 7 3 2 1 1 ============================ ON 7 2 3 2 TOT 34 PY 7 2 1 4 ============================ TF 7 1 1 2 3 ============================ BY 6 2 4 Sect Tot 3_5 7 14 21 28 SV9 6 2 2 1 1 ============================ Z3 6 2 1 2 1 VA 34 3 9 10 12 A6 5 1 1 1 1 1 ON 31 5 8 7 11 HL 5 1 4 NY 30 1 9 11 9 T9 5 1 2 1 1 PA 29 3 5 8 13 UA2 5 1 1 2 1 NC 24 1 9 9 5 XE 5 1 2 2 MA 20 4 3 6 7 CM 4 2 1 1 OH 19 4 8 7 CT3 4 1 1 1 1 CA 18 15 3 EA8 4 1 1 2 FL 17 6 8 3 HC8 4 1 1 1 1 TN 17 1 3 6 7 HI 4 1 1 1 1 NJ 16 2 5 4 5 IT9 4 1 1 2 TX 16 3 4 9 LU 4 1 1 2 IL 15 1 3 5 6 OE 4 1 1 2 WA 12 1 11 PJ7 4 1 1 1 1 MN 11 3 3 5 VR 4 1 2 1 RI 10 1 2 3 4 YV 4 2 1 1 OR 9 1 8 4L 3 1 1 1 CO 7 1 3 3 9M2 3 1 1 1 GA 7 2 2 3 A4 3 1 1 1 IN 7 3 3 1 CN 3 1 1 1 NH 7 1 4 2 GU 3 2 1 QC 7 1 3 3 HB0 3 1 1 1 SC 7 3 2 2 OZ 3 1 2 AL 6 2 4 PJ2 3 1 1 1 MD 6 3 1 2 VP9 3 1 1 1 MO 6 1 1 4 5B 2 1 1 NS 6 2 1 2 1 9M6 2 1 1 CT 5 1 2 2 EI 2 1 1 WI 5 1 1 3 ER 2 1 1 WV 5 2 2 1 EY 2 1 1 AR 4 2 1 1 FR 2 2 AZ 4 3 1 JT 2 1 1 BC 4 4 KG4 2 1 1 KY 4 1 2 1 KH6 2 1 1 MS 4 1 2 1 ZL 2 1 1 NB 4 1 1 2 7X 1 1 VT 3 1 1 1 BV 1 1 AB 2 2 CU 1 1 IA 2 2 CX 1 1 KS 2 1 1 D4 1 1 ME 2 2 DU 1 1 MT 2 2 EA6 1 1 NE 2 2 ET 1 1 NF 2 2 FK 1 1 NV 2 2 HC 1 1 OK 2 1 1 HK 1 1 SD 2 1 1 HZ 1 1 UT 2 1 1 KL 1 1 DE 1 1 KP2 1 1 LA 1 1 KP4 1 1 MB 1 1 OD 1 1 MI 1 1 OH0 1 1 NM 1 1 PZ 1 1 SK 1 1 TA 1 1 ============================ TA1 1 1 TOT 464 26 102 184 152 0 TI 1 1 ============================ TK 1 1 TOT:54 sections - WAS:47 UK 1 1 VK 1 1 VP5 1 1 VQ9 1 1 VU 1 1 ZC4 1 1 ============================ TOT 1512 272 379 470 382 9 ============================ TOT:104 DX's, DXCC: 103 | |

EA2RY SOSB/20 LP 165,714 | 2005-09-26 07:26:44 |

Happy by the results.
http://www.ea2ry.com | |

VE3GSI SOAB LP 613,112 | 2005-09-26 07:40:57 |

Thanks to everyone. | |

7L4IOU SOAB LP 251,328 | 2005-09-26 07:47:44 |

My tower was crank down for refuge from Typhoon "SAOLA".
but enjoyed big contest under good condition for the sun-spot cycle. CUL in JARTS | |

AKØA SOSB/20 LP 44,202 | 2005-09-26 08:26:54 |

Wish I had more time, this was a fun contest. Good Progation in all directions. Got Ethiopia for a new one on RTTY. | |

NW4DX(W4DJ) SOAB HP 258,888 | 2005-09-26 08:57:22 |

Rig : YEASU FT1000MP MARK V
Amp: ALPHA 78 Antennas : HUSTLER HV6 VERTICAL Soapbox : Great Contest! Band Condx were in good shape. I guess not to bad for a Vertical Antenna. This is the first contest score for the Northwest Florida Contest Club | |

UT1IA SOSB/10 HP 7,473 | 2005-09-26 09:25:43 |

It is very good training for patience and endurance. :-)
73 and best expectancies for better condx ! Vladimir (Bob) UT1IA http://www.qsl.net/ut1ia/ RIG: TS-870, PA 1 kw, 7 el.beam @40m, R7000 vertical @30m. | |

K7RL SOAB HP 693,445 | 2005-09-26 09:31:30 |

I only planned to operate for a few hours this weekend. But, with good conditions and plenty of stations to work, it was difficult to pull myself away! | |

NN6NN(@W6XK) M/S HP 1,110,592 | 2005-09-26 10:20:19 |

Excellent conditions for this part of the sunspot cycle. It doesn't get much better than this! Thanks for all the Q's. And a special thanks to all our friends in Japan and the rest of ASIA who made working the pileups so much fun. Congrats to the crew at WB9Z for an outstanding effort. And thanks to WB9Z for our only state (outside CA) on 10M. A great contest. Would have loved to participate the entire 48 hours but we're a couple of old geezers and our bodies told us clearly "no way!". But we had a blast. Ain't RTTY contesting FUN! | |

VE3HG SOSB/20 HP 31,160 | 2005-09-26 10:35:44 |

Fabulous conditions. Rotor won't rotate clockwise any more and think the amplifier is cooking something but aside from limited time to enjoy the contest it was a great weekend. | |

SV1CER SOAB HP 1,004,485 | 2005-09-26 10:44:17 |

THANKS FOR ALL THE STATIONS WHO WORKED ME.
THE GOT HELP US WITH 10M OPENED ON SUNDAY. PS. PLS CHECK THE LOGS.IN GREECE THEREISNT {SV1VER-SV1KER} FOR THIS IS {MASTER.DTA} FILE . THANKS AGN ALL OP. 73 FROM ATHENS | |

YV6BTF SOAB LP 1,339,702 | 2005-09-26 10:57:39 |

Great contest, to all operators all the best.
Tnx for qso's. 73's de Jose YV6BTF | |

KL7CQ(@AL1G) M/S HP 468,264 | 2005-09-26 11:04:23 |

We had a great time in the contest and conditions were better than we've seen them in quite awhile! Comment from Frank, KL7FH: When answering our CQ, please just send your own call rather than sending our call first. | |

KU5S SOAB LP 517,376 | 2005-09-26 11:46:39 |

Favorite comment seen during the contest "now where is the correct key". I could identify with the feeling. ;) Tools used during the contest: Force 12 C-4S @ 110 ft. - force12inc.com 80m dipole - Force 12 Sigma 180S @ 95 FT, fixed ENE TenTec Jupiter - www.tentec.com Jupiter control software - www.callsignsoftware.com WriteLog WinCAP Wizard - v4 <G> | |

IZ2FWJ SOAB LP 505,920 | 2005-09-26 11:52:11 |

I'm very glad for my first CQWW. It' a very log contest. I worked 35 hrs.
Many thanks to all. RIG .........: ICOM 746 PRO POWER OUTPUT : 40 W. ANTENNA .....: VERT. HY GAIN AV-640 + DIPOLE FOR 80M. | |

W8UM(KG6URI) SOAB LP 6,667 | 2005-09-26 12:23:31 |

Well... I wandered into this contest by accident. It started when I wandered up Friday night in response to what seemed to be quite a number of spots. I realized it was the CQWW RTTY and I thought I would try to copy some QSOs with MMTTY. Then I thought I would set up macros to match the exchanges. Heck, I might as well give them a shot and make one or two QSOs. Next thing, it's 5 AM, the bus has long stopped running, and I'm supposed to show up to an antenna party at noon. I came back Saturday night and ran a few hours. Picked up a JA on 20 in the early evening, which may be our current setup's DX record. I doubt there's many W8UM records left to be set. Our Omni VI worked great. There wasn't any QRM that the 500 Hz filter and PBT couldn't take care off. Our R-7000+ ran nicely on 20. It isn't tuned too well on 40, so I reverted down there to our dipole. I just operated this contest casually, given I never worked RTTY before. I hope to get W8UM back into the contest side of things, especially once we raise enough money for a tower. It was definitely fun. 73, Jon KG6URI and the rest of W8UM http://www.umich.edu/~umarc/ | |

VE9DX SOAB LP 480,144 | 2005-09-26 12:38:18 |

Again not a serious effort as I had to work a 12 hour shift going in at 5 am. So my main interest was getting on, giving out points. Exchanged email with VE9NC today and we both had problems this time around. Paul was forever having stations seeing VE9 and took it for granted it was me and in my case I had (more than 20) insist we had worked. Lost several Mult's as a result. Nice to see the bands improving. Close calls with ZL2AMI and KH6ZM on 80 but then I really can't expect muc for my 30 watts. Maybe next time. Nice to see some new blood during this contest. 73 Andy (VE9DX) | |

KJ7NO SOAB LP 125,080 | 2005-09-26 12:55:31 |

Thanks's to all who answered my CQ, and those who were patient with my responses. | |

IV3HAX SOSB/20 HP 499,017 | 2005-09-26 13:00:15 |

Nice competition and good conditions. see you in the next.
Mauro | |

SM6WET SOAB LP 6,210 | 2005-09-26 13:05:37 |

Sri, had no time but snuck a few QSOs in here and there while YL went grocery shopping. 73 de Magnus | |

F4EIZ/P SOAB LP 395,595 | 2005-09-26 13:18:30 |

Hi
What a nice contest, I tried to make the maximum with my portable station and my power on batteries. So runs with 20W, and new one with 70W. Lots of new ones, lots of pleasures now I'm tired. The only problem I had a storm whitch made me stop the contest at 7 PM UTC sunday. Lightnings, wind, rain... what a program !!!! Working condition : IC706, N1MM V5 Compaq N600E Dual 3Y 20M / 4Y 15M Monoband 5Y 10M Invert V 40M @20M Invert V 80M @20M Power supply : 6 batteries 100A, 2 batteries 70A and 1 40A for fans Thanks for the QSO's... Marc F4EIZ http://f4eiz.free.fr | |

GU4WTN SOAB(A) HP 72,588 | 2005-09-26 13:31:39 |

First RTTY contest in 23 years of Ham Radio. Enjoyed it very much. Of of the new kit work a treat. See you next year! | |

WO4O SOAB LP 249,106 | 2005-09-26 13:36:53 |

While CW remains my favorite mode, RTTY is growing on me.
Thanks for the Qs. 73 Ric http://www.qrz.com/callsign/Wo4o | |

NO2T SOAB(A) HP 1,138,706 | 2005-09-26 14:21:42 |

Very nice propagation. Wished that I could have "sat in the chair" longer. But none the less enjoyed myself. Achieved some very high QSO rates. The highest ever reached at NO2T. This means that you out there in radio land are getting better. Short macros andquick answers. THANK YOU! Had some Software problems which essetially limited me to operating SO1R for most of the contest. Something in the software too as much as 10 seconds to switch radios. Ouch! This did not happen immediately buttook many minutest. Restarted the sofware and all OK for a while then things slowed down slowly. Sorry for those statons which heard the very slow transmission from me. It seemed that each letter was being sent OK but a long wait between letters. After a few seconds (up to 10) everthing normal. Will look into this before the next event. 73 and TU for the QSO's. de Jerry NO2T | |

VE1OP SOAB HP 2,038,176 | 2005-09-26 14:29:33 |

That was FUN!!
GREAT activity from everywhere and GREAT condx... Had 2 goals for this contest...1) 36 hours in the chair and 2) 2 million points...Missed 36 hours by 1 hour, but had a little over 2 million points, so I'm happy with the score...I knew going into this one that I was going to miss 6 hours of prime-time, as it was my son's birthday Saturday and I spent time doing that...This was my first real contest effort since last spring, and a trial run for my new amp, which I am very happy with... I normally turn on the Telnet for WW contest, but left it off for this one...You know what ? It actually probably resulted in a better score for me...If you run at the right times, in the right spots, the mults will call in eventually...I did likely spend too much time tuning aroung looking for mults, but who knows...Sometimes I got lucky, sometimes I wasted time... Surprisingly good condx on 15 metres Sunday...It was like someone flicked the switch...Signals were barely copyable one minute, then they were 10 over 9...I thought I had antenna issues at first, but judging by comments I've seen, it was condx changing...Not much on 10, but I did spend too much time tuning 10 for mults, when I knew that even if it was open, nobody would be there...40 had something similar to the 1970's "Russian Woodpecker" Friday night (What is that anyway ?) and 80 was very noisy both nights...I think Santa will be bringing VE1OP a new 40m beam for xmas... Still lots of stations with mile-long exchanges...I think that's due to lack of experience and reliance too much on "default" settings in many RTTY programs...One EU station sent MY call 7 times, and HIS call 8 times for ONE QSO...That will improve as more op's get experienced I guess...AND, PLEASE eliminat your QSO B4 buffers...They are a waste of time...If I call you, that means you are not in my log...You can waste 3 minutes of both our times arguing, or spend 20 seconds getting the mult/points in your log... HIGHLIGHTS...Snagging JT1CO on 20m, and logging LA stations on 3 bands...I thought they would be non-existent...Thanks for getting on guys and hope things go well for you in the aftermath...Also had many nice mults call in near the end of the contest...Thanks!! LOWLIGHTS...Not being able to put 40 hours into this one...I may have been able to break 2.5 million points...AND lack of VE mults...Where was everyone ? GEAR: FT1000 Mark V, one tri-bander and 2 dipoles, new AL811HX amp at 400 or so watts... Thanks for all the calls, C U in the next one...Gotta love contest season!! 73, Scott VE1OP | |

HC8N M/2 HP 10,482,834 | 2005-09-26 14:37:28 |

Another fine running of the biggest RTTY contest. Thanks for all the qsos.
73, Steve K6AW/HC2 | |

G4FKA SOAB LP 257,872 | 2005-09-26 15:10:05 |

First go in this marathon. Not a serious entry with limited antenna but good fun to work everyone in reasonable conditions. Pleased that 21 stayed open well on both days. Went for symmetry in the QSO numbers with 153 on three of the bands. Nothing heard on 28 until Sunday afternoon but too weak to work. Equipment IC-706MkIIG, 100w, folded doublet at 10m. | |

NB1B(@W1KM) SOSB/80 HP 128,250 | 2005-09-26 15:48:55 |

Band was much noisier than last year, with Rita invading the southern part of the US and a local rain storm. Had to request many repeats to get the info right. Its down to the log checking to determine if I beat last year's score. States not heard or worked: De, La, Az(?), Mt, Nv, Wy, Ne, ND. 80M % NA 261 51.9 EU 225 44.7 AS 3 0.6 A4, A6, 5B4 SA 5 1.0 PY, YV, PJ, HC8 AF 5 1.0 ZS(2), V5, CN, CT3 OC 4 0.8 ZL, VK, KH6(2) Thanks to all that were patient with the noisy band conditions. Antenna: 80M 4-square in a salt water marsh, beverages for NE, S, and W Rig: Orion Amp: Acom Software: Writelog/MMTTY, MicroKeyer Two more CQWWs to go for this year! Dennis NB1B | |

VA1CHP SOAB(A) LP 1,228,322 | 2005-09-26 16:00:38 |

That was great fun. Makes one wonder what it will be like when the cycle is at its peak! Managed to work 8 new ones and was even called by a few of the stations that I had been unable to work earlier thru their huge pile ups. Thanks for all the QSO's and my apologies to those I couldn't pull out thru the noise. See you in the next one. Station: FT1000MKV at 70 Watts Butternut Vertical Writelog & Rigblaster 73, Rich VA1CHP | |

NP4BM SOAB LP 372,000 | 2005-09-26 16:11:23 |

Good propagation this time for a change.It was difficult to find a spot to call cq,it was amazing to see so many signals in the spectrum scope of my radio,specially on 40M,20M and 15M.Ten meters was open most of the sunday,but not many stations dare to take a look.Thanks to all stations that work my little pistol station.See you in the next one 73. | |

WA2ETU SOAB LP 1,214,840 | 2005-09-26 16:34:09 |

Didn't intend on working low power, but found my amplifier was not working properly as I was getting ready for the contest. Conditions appeared quite good for most of the contest. However, the contest turned out to be a part time effort due to other things that required my attention. | |

KU1CW SOAB HP 2,244,325 | 2005-09-26 16:53:57 |

Had some broblems from the bad lighting arrestor nearby and still no RX antenna for the the low bands. Was tired from fixing lighting damage a week before so had to sleep a bit both nights. Good propogation and a high activity made this contest very interesting. Thanks to everyone who called. Alex, KU1CW. | |

K3IXD/4 SOAB LP 42,174 | 2005-09-26 17:32:11 |

AI9T SOAB HP 1,888,236 | 2005-09-26 17:42:00 |

This was the hardest I ever worked in a contest.. Had a great time!! Every thing worked as good as it could have. Thanks to all that worked me. Looking forward to the next one. 73 abd tnx Steve AI9T | |

AD4EB SOAB(A) HP 1,521,388 | 2005-09-26 17:59:34 |

Wow - Excellent DX conditions and such a great turnout led to an exciting contest. RTTY is alive and well! Thanks for all the QSOs, and looking forward the the remaining RTTY contests this fall. | |

ZL2AMI SOAB HP 1,114,875 | 2005-09-26 18:38:56 |

I enjoyed some good 80m contacts into EU, Asia and NA. Conditions were fair, however my local noise level at Quartz Hill is very low so I was able to copy some weak signals on all bands. Several EU QRP stations worked on 20m. As allways the CQ WW DX RTTy contest populates the bands! Several new RTTY countries worked, thanks to those who traveled to activate some rare locations. 10m was interesting, think it was open to NA and Asia around 2230-2330Z, but many stayed away or did not check for ZL/VK signals. | |

9M2CNC(@9M2RPN) SOAB HP 1,463,993 | 2005-09-26 19:27:55 |

Station: IC7560 Pro, IC-PW1 amplifer, 400W output
Force 12 C3-S at 12m, 40m Inverted V at 12m A fun contest and nice to see 10m open to Europe at times. Despite the band being open to Eu I did make many QSOs as I guess the band wasn't being checked often. Pity... Very crowded bands especially 20m with signals being heard up to 14135. Indeed all the activity proved a problem for the 756 Pro I close-in handling. Great to work all the regular RTTY gang. Also pleased to see a few new callsigns on RTTY including 9V1YC. Good activity from S.E. Asia especially E21YDP/E21EIC and many YB stations. Excellent receiving skills at PJ2B as they heard me on 40m for a much appreciated double mult. Thank you for the QSOs. Logs already on LoTW and EQSL.CC. 73 de Rich, 9M2CNC ex. 9M2/G4ZFE | |

NØHF SOAB(A) LP 34,194 | 2005-09-26 20:30:30 |

So many signals... so little time... glad to experience Writelog v10 for the first time, full station control. I've moved away from DOS contesting logging, some friends of mine said it's a crapshoot running station control under Windows but I had no trouble... '73 Dan | |

WK6I(@WC6H) SOAB LP 837,108 | 2005-09-26 21:26:36 |

Great station! Great time! | |

9A5W SOAB HP 4,108,676 | 2005-09-27 00:11:49 |

After long time working as SO SB in CQ WW RTTY I decided to be SO AB using SO2R. Excellent condx (except on 10m) gave me a lot of fun. Thanks to all who did QSY giving me new mults QSO. | |

DL6JZ SOAB LP 850,034 | 2005-09-27 03:05:48 |

Yes, it ws fun again! It was my first attempt in the Low
Power class because I didn't want to take the heavy amp into my contest QTH. So I missed some central european mults on 15/20 m. The power is too less for back scatter. And it was almost impossible to make longer runs. My freq was occupied by stronger stations quite soon. But that is normal I think. Highlights: - A61AJ called me on 80 m, got them on 4 bands. - ZL2AMI, HC8N and JM1XCW on 40 m with the first call. - JT1CO on 20 m and 15 m. - Good runs on 20 m and on 80 m on the late sunday. - HB0 on 3 bands. - KG4OX on 15 m. - I was able to sit 40 hours in the chair with some sleep and all meals outside of the station. Lowlights: - No 10 m opening. - Heard KH6ND on 40 m but couldn't get him. - HC8N was very weak on 80 m on sunday morning -> NIL. Some stations had ineffectice F-key macros i. e. the guest op at PZ5RA. Rig: FT-1000MP / 100 watts out Ant: 3 ele Tribander, dipole Software: WriteLog 10.54 + MMTTY | |

SQ9UM SOAB LP 787,344 | 2005-09-27 03:21:38 |

Tnx for all qso's!
Rig: IC-706MKIIG Ant1: GP4 @10m (band: 10-15-20-40) Ant3: Dipol @8m (band: 40) Ant2: Inv Vee @10m (band: 80) CU in the next contest! 73! Alex SQ9UM | |

DL1EFD SOAB LP 646,287 | 2005-09-27 05:32:36 |

My first (more or less) serious RTTY contest. Sure was great fun. | |

W1TY SOSB/40 HP 126,440 | 2005-09-27 06:14:43 |

First chance to try a new antenna system for 40. Three vertical parasitic elements with three switchable patterns plus a high angle dipole. Worth all the work to build and was just finished 10 days ago. Thanks to W2LU and WA2WVL for the design work. Works great! Where would we be without our friends? | |

GØDEZ SOAB LP 703,150 | 2005-09-27 06:49:35 |

Highlights: Getting back on the air after a period of QRT.
Lowlights: Who stole 10m in Northern Europe? Heard A45WD on 10m Sunday afternoon but my PC persistently crashed with RFI from 10m. Only managed G on 10 FT-1000MP Mark-V 100w 160m Dipole balanced feed Writelog KAM & MMTTY Thanks to all for the QSO's; the organisers; Ron K5DJ for his timely response to e-mail. | |

F6KAR M/S HP 1,293,176 | 2005-09-27 07:04:32 |

Not really prepared for a contest, propagation forecasts weren't either encouraging, we decided to nevertheless go on. Bad surprise for the run station, to realize that reception was very sloppy because of sound mixer configuration problems. We couldn't solve this before Saturday afternoon. Overall first day was bad (very) we did much better 2nd day but still much more to have hoped for. See you all at the next one and apologies for those we have missed! 73's Phil - F6IFY, Nick - F5VIH and David - F1URI (was his first one!) http://f6kar.web.cern.ch/f6kar/ | |

N4GG SOAB(A) HP 217,301 | 2005-09-27 07:39:29 |

My first ever RTTY contest. Shaking out pieces of the new QTH - only 1 antenna and 1 rig at this point. | |

WW7OR(W7GG) SOAB LP 1,094,730 | 2005-09-27 08:02:35 |

This contest is made for SO2R operation. No need to wear head phones, very little typing required, time to eat and catch a little TV on the side. WLog SW is King for this mode! Lots of activity but mult count down. 10m dead. Very little EU on 15m approx six stns at this Qth. Even missed a few states. Hard to believe given the level of activity! Even enjoyed a 0800z (midnight local) Saturday nite opening on 20m! | |

AD1C SOAB(A) LP 196,928 | 2005-09-27 08:30:36 |

Usual setup: IC-756 Pro, Writelog 10.55, G5RV, HyGain AV-640, 15m delta loop
Had too much to do this weekend to put in any kind of real effort. Was just trying to make a few QSOs and work some new band countries. The G5RV was held together by alligator clips (broken wire at balun), Saturday night I had to go out in the dark and adjust them to make contact again. Nice EU openings on 15M on Saturday and especially Sunday. Worked many Russians and E. European Sunday a.m., and band was still open to EU well into the mid/late afternoon. Did not hear any signals on 10M Saturday but worked a few NA/SA on Sunday afternoon. Poor stateside on 15M, I thought it was just my operating times, but K1TTT's log confirmed the trend. Really noticed the lack of Louisiana stations on all bands. HC8N was only 5-band QSO, A61AJ was loud on 15M but I just could not find/work them on 20M. 73 - Jim AD1C | |

SM7BHM SOAB(A) HP 637,274 | 2005-09-27 08:37:59 |

Software: RTTY by WF1B v5.02
RTTY Decoder HAL PCI-4000 + PCI-3000 in parallel TX-RX YAESU FT-1000D 80M Dipol 40M 2 Phased Vertical direction USA + dipole 20-15-10M SteppIR 4 el | |

ON4ADZ SOSB/20 HP 301,560 | 2005-09-27 08:46:41 |

Due to the minor bandcondx during the last weeks and the lack of time to enter in a +40 hour effort, I choose to make a single band effort. Last year I was on 15m, this time on 20m. This battle for a free spot was huge. Nice to see many new calls. Thanks for the qso s. I worked for the first time Alaska in a rtty contest, 3 zone 1 qso's in a ten minute window ! Eq : ft1000mp mark V at 200 w, th6dxx at 24m Software : N1MM freeware ON4ADZ DIRK d.desloovere@fulladsl.be | |

W6YX M/S HP 1,698,957 | 2005-09-27 08:54:12 |

Thanks to all the RTTY operators around the globe for all the contacts!
The USA provided 519 contacts, followed by 325 contacts with Japan, and 297 contacts with Europe. The opening to Europe on Sunday seemed to last almost all day - not a huge amount of activity, but a constant level of calls. Seemed to be very few caribbean stations. An interesting 5-bander was HC8N. The JA opening was very good on Sunday, but unfortunately so many JA operators were back at work. On 10m we heard the same few Argentina stations for long periods of time, but not much else. We were pleased to have some new operators helping at the station, and boy did they help - we almost doubled our score from last year! for W6YX, Mark "Mork" Aaker K6UFO ---- W6YX Equipment: Yaesu FT-1000MP and MkV, Alpha 77 and 78 amplifiers. Writelog and MMTTY W6YX Antennas: Tribanders: Force12 C31XR at 60 ft, Mosley Pro67 at 50 ft. 10m: 6-el at 75 ft, 5-el at 31 ft. 15m: 6-el at 75 ft, 5-el at 25 ft 20m: 6-el at 65 ft, 5-el at 36 ft. 40m: 4-el yagi at 65 ft, and inverted vee at 55 ft. 80m: 4-square, and inverted vee at 55 ft. Rate: QSO/Mults by hour and band Hour 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm D1-0000Z --+-- 5/9 24/41 85/41 4/8 118/99 118/99 D1-0100Z - 14/17 54/26 16/5 - 84/48 202/147 D1-0200Z 4/8 9/12 74/11 1/1 - 88/32 290/179 D1-0300Z 6/7 15/7 21/6 - - 42/20 332/199 D1-0400Z 8/11 47/20 1/1 - - 56/32 388/231 D1-0500Z 2/2 20/11 2/4 - - 24/17 412/248 D1-0600Z 11/5 8/1 - - - 19/6 431/254 D1-0700Z 20/11 13/2 - - - 33/13 464/267 D1-0800Z --+-- 10/3 --+-- --+-- --+-- 10/3 474/270 D1-0900Z - - - - - 0/0 474/270 D1-1000Z - - - - - 0/0 474/270 D1-1100Z 4/4 22/8 4/4 - - 30/16 504/286 D1-1200Z - 34/5 - - - 34/5 538/291 D1-1300Z - 26/0 5/5 - - 31/5 569/296 D1-1400Z - - 37/20 13/17 - 50/37 619/333 D1-1500Z - - 47/16 9/11 - 56/27 675/360 D1-1600Z --+-- --+-- 48/6 6/6 --+-- 54/12 729/372 D1-1700Z - - 29/2 5/7 - 34/9 763/381 D1-1800Z - - 24/7 4/4 2/5 30/16 793/397 D1-1900Z - - 39/1 5/8 - 44/9 837/406 D1-2000Z - - 28/1 1/1 - 29/2 866/408 D1-2100Z - - - 27/1 2/2 29/3 895/411 D1-2200Z - - - 25/2 2/0 27/2 922/413 D1-2300Z - - - 49/1 - 49/1 971/414 D2-0000Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 28/1 4/3 32/4 1003/418 D2-0100Z - - 2/3 22/2 - 24/5 1027/423 D2-0200Z - 1/1 35/1 6/0 - 42/2 1069/425 D2-0300Z - 6/6 18/1 - - 24/7 1093/432 D2-0400Z 1/2 24/4 4/0 - - 29/6 1122/438 D2-0500Z 1/1 22/7 - - - 23/8 1145/446 D2-0600Z - 7/0 - - - 7/0 1152/446 D2-0700Z - - - - - 0/0 1152/446 D2-0800Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 0/0 1152/446 D2-0900Z - - - - - 0/0 1152/446 D2-1000Z 4/4 21/3 - - - 25/7 1177/453 D2-1100Z 15/4 11/1 2/2 - - 28/7 1205/460 D2-1200Z - 41/2 - 1/1 - 42/3 1247/463 D2-1300Z - 15/5 4/1 - - 19/6 1266/469 D2-1400Z - - 19/2 1/1 - 20/3 1286/472 D2-1500Z - - 20/1 3/3 - 23/4 1309/476 D2-1600Z --+-- --+-- 14/1 7/8 --+-- 21/9 1330/485 D2-1700Z - - 5/0 13/2 - 18/2 1348/487 D2-1800Z - - - 25/2 - 25/2 1373/489 D2-1900Z - - 3/2 17/2 - 20/4 1393/493 D2-2000Z - - 16/4 - - 16/4 1409/497 D2-2100Z - - 32/1 1/1 1/0 34/2 1443/499 D2-2200Z - - 29/2 - 1/0 30/2 1473/501 D2-2300Z - 2/1 22/1 4/4 - 28/6 1501/507 Total: 76/59 373/125 662/173 374/132 16/18 | |

KR7X(@K7ZSD) SOAB HP 1,002,164 | 2005-09-27 08:58:59 |

My first CQWW RTTY test. Conditions were not super but better than expected. Equipment, setup and "brain seizure" problems plagued the start and lost about 2 hours of prime band openings. My attempt at SO2R went down the tubes at the start and operated the test with one radio. Since I have never op'd the CQWW before didn't know what to expect, what a hoot! Only problem is that this old fart's body isn't up to doing a full 48 hour test any more. I want to thank Brad and the lovely Ruthy for allowing me to interrupt their lives for the weekend and for the tremendous hospitality they showed me during my stay. They are the true measure of the spirit of amateur radio, thanks again. All in all it was great fun but it will take several days for my body and mind to recoop. Thanks to all who participated and especially those that stopped by and gave me a Q. Ciao and 73 Hank/KR7X | |

7XØRY SOSB/40 HP 532,124 | 2005-09-27 09:08:24 |

HI all,
first contest from Algeria.. Thanks for nice pile-ups. (max. rate - 4QSO/min) 162 DLs, 233 W/VE, 72 JA...etc.. ************************************************************************* * Can anyone help me to buy RITTY 4.54v ???? I sent several e-mails, but* * didn't get any answer so far. * ************************************************************************* CUAGN in JARTS! 73, Frantisek, http://www.ok1df.nagano.cz/7x0ry | |

A45WD(YO9HP) SOAB LP 1,950,880 | 2005-09-27 09:28:18 |

F5MOO SOSB/15 LP 228,320 | 2005-09-27 09:44:13 |

good contest very fun with the quad 4ele homebrew
and with the ten tec orion thanks to all for the qso terry | |

KØBX SOAB(A) HP 118,450 | 2005-09-27 10:41:38 |

Very good conditions. 15 meters was wide open and there were station all the way up to SSB 21.200 MHZ. I wonder if the USA stations remembered to reduced their power in the NOVICE band?? I only had a limited about of time to operated so I mostly S&P. All QSO's are important but I did my share of 'Cherry Picking' the rarer DX. That included: 9M2, A6, BY, ET, FR, HS, JT and 7X, V5 and ZS on 40 meters. I ran 100 watts except for those rare times that I need the KW. SOAB(assisted) had no power limit. I didn't have to worry about going to a diffrent catagory when I used the AMP. Rig IC-756PROIII, Drake L-7 when used. Hygain 204BA 4 elements monobander for 20 @ 50', Hygain DB10/15 3 elements on 15, 4 on 10 meters @ 40'. Butternut vert for 40. Writelog with MMTTY Plugin. The RTTY decoder built-in the PROIII with MMTTY really made copying good even on the weakest, qrmed signals. WOW! Joe K0BX STL-MO | |

PI4COM M/2 HP 3,668,868 | 2005-09-27 13:07:10 |

We again experienced RTTY contesting is serious business.
We sure lost some qso's due to technical challenges, but we sure enjoyed the contest. Cu next contest. | |

S58F SOSB/20 HP 323,589 | 2005-09-27 14:14:29 |

E21YDP M/2 LP 1,013,908 | 2005-09-27 14:27:59 |

The 1st time in M/2 category in CQ/RJ WW RTTY Contest in Thailand. We are vy happy and enjoy this contest. Also we have new 4 hams are E20PFE, E20NMK,HS6MYW and HS0XNO to practice RTTY mode. We worked 3 stations on 5 band QSOs include JH4UYB/Masa San, VR2BG/Brett and A61AJ by Slovenia Contest Club. We QRT station about 6 hrs to go to HS0ZFS/LX1KQ,Mich & E22PN,Lin 's wedding celebration. hi Equipments Rig: Kenwood TS-850S, Kenwood TS-940S Power: 100 Watts Ant: 7el Triband (20M,15M,10M) @ 28mH. 20M 3el Monoband @ 26mH. 40M Rotary Dipole @ 25mH. 80M InV-Dipole @ 15mH 10M 5el Monoband @ 18mH. 2el Triband (20M,15M,10M) @ 6mH. Thanks to all QSOs and CU in CQ WW SSB !! 73, Champ, E21EIC | |

WØLSD SOSB/15 HP 170,088 | 2005-09-27 15:23:13 |

Better than expected conditons, especially for DX. Missed a lot of states. Never even heard MN,OH,WI,IN or most of the west. | |

VE2FU SOAB(A) LP 116,127 | 2005-09-27 16:16:06 |

Well not bad for a small installation from a normal city lot.
RIG TS-480SAT ANT: BIG IR VERT/GP. INTERFACE: MicroHAM / MixW Worked 24 qso in first 3 hrs with 40W cause of RF getting back to the PC. Finaly spent saturday grounding the station and manage to work 13 more hours. I was not chasing Zone and DX but just see how the antenna was doing. 40M was really fun to work but I wish I had more power to raise A61AJ working EU...I had to quit and ground the station (one of the many things i had moved to the bottem of the list !). I have never heard a DX signal on 15M on this vertical since I put it up in August... Incredible to see how open 15M was and how well this antenna works. E-QSL 100%...73' to every one cu next year Phil VE2FU | |

AA4LR SOAB HP 48,764 | 2005-09-27 16:51:59 |

Note that N1MM doesn't separate States and Provinces from DX countries.
Antennas: 1/4 wave 40m sloper @ 12m (40, 20, 15, 10m) Cushcraft A3S w/ A743 @ 13m (40,20, 15m) fixed north - see comments Equipment: Elecraft K2/100 running 20-35 watts Ameritron AL-80A running 300-600 watts - see comments CocoaModem v1.15, on 12" AL PowerBook 1 GHz N1MM logging software Comments: This contest didn't quite go the way I planned. Last week, I had taken down the A3S driven element to add the A743 40m kit. Climbed up the tower late Friday, just before the contest started, but I ran out of hands trying to clamp the DE back on. Too sore to climb Saturday. So, I started the contest by fooling around on 40m, using the sloper. On 40m, I could run the amp. On 20 through 10m, had to fall back to about 20-35 watts through the tuner. I did manage to get the amp working on 15m to punch through the pileup to PZ5RA. Only got to work an hour here an there. Finally made the climb Sunday afternoon and got the A3S w/ A743 DE back on. The catenary rope needs to be adjusted, because the DE is a little droopy, but it worked well enough to finish out the last two hours of the contest. And, I could run the amp. Working most of the contest with just the sloper was an exercise in frustration. CocoaModem is really amazing software, it was astounding how well I could copy some of the weak signals. I soon figured out, though, that many of those guys could not copy me. CocoaModem doesn't support CQWW, so I used N1MM to log the contacts. This made for some interesting interplay between the two computers. One frustration with CocoaModem is that it responds to the Esc key very oddly. Sometimes I'd hit the wrong button and reflexively press Esc. (The proper keystroke is Command-X) This causes the main window to close, and there's no way to re-open it without closing the application. Caused some confusion once or twice. Chen did give me the sources, so I can't complain. I ought to just go fix it.... | |

N7MQ SOAB(A) HP 316,366 | 2005-09-27 17:06:06 |

Thanks for the Q's and see you in the next contest. 73 de Mark N7MQ | |

HI3TEJ SOAB LP 1,385,632 | 2005-09-27 17:46:52 |

Thanks to all next time better condition on 10 metres
God bless Ted | |

ABØRX(@WØMA) SOAB(A) HP 498,560 | 2005-09-27 18:30:40 |

XM6WQ(VE6WQ) SOSB/20 HP 740,352 | 2005-09-27 19:15:45 |

Fantastic Conditions,20 m open to Europe most of the first 24 hours. lots of activity. Great to break 100 contries. Joel, VE6WQ (@ VE6JY) | |

VE3NE SOAB LP 245,116 | 2005-09-27 20:07:46 |

Hi,
A littl bit of RTTY fun. Relatively good condx from Toronto, however 80m should have been better. 73 Lali VE3NE | |

L2ØH(@LU3HY) M/S HP 2,507,344 | 2005-09-27 21:05:20 |

SN7Q(SP7GIQ) SOSB/40 HP 424,371 | 2005-09-27 23:01:42 |

80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total %
NA 0 345 0 0 0 345 31.5 EU 0 576 0 0 0 576 52.7 AF 0 4 0 0 0 4 0.4 AS 0 145 0 0 0 145 13.3 SA 0 8 0 0 0 8 0.7 OC 0 16 0 0 0 16 1.5 | |

N6QQ SOAB(A) HP 445,284 | 2005-09-28 00:14:01 |

Elk's Lodge - Garden Grove, Ca.
TS-940 Henry Amp KT34A at 30 feet Good Eu. opening - Sunday on 15 John | |

VA3PC SOAB LP 221,106 | 2005-09-28 06:21:17 |

Saturday, contestus interruptis.. assisted with taking down the tower of a SK and other honeydoo stuff. Had troubles loading the 80M wire antenna, so will have to investigate before Makrothen. Thanks to all who heard my 50W on 15m - rig still having troubles, time to retire the TS440 - maybe before the new year. Thanks to all for the qso's. 73 Paul | |

M6T(GØWCW) SOAB(A) HP 680,928 | 2005-09-28 08:35:24 |

This was my first CQ WW RTTY contest, and my first that lasted more than 2 hours. Nothing like going in at the deep end. Managed 27 hours in the end between other commtiments, but managed to meet all the targets I set as a first-timer. I used MTTY and N1MM for TU and logging, both of which ran without trouble. Radio: FT1000D + Amp. (I could do with the FT1000MP's filters). Ants: HF = KT34 at 30m, 40M = 402CD at 25m, 80m = Delta Loop Highlights: - Being able to run on 40m Sunday night despite it being a bit of a zoo! - Managing 200 countries (just) - Making my targets (with half an hour to spare) Lowlights: - Not good enough yet to pick up mults while running - Band selection strategy not good enough to keep the rates up - Having a short callsign ... under S&P, was asked for lots of repeats As usual, thanks to all who kindly worked me. Any pointers appreciated and any direct reports welcome. See you in the next one. 73, Darren, G0WCW, of the M6T team. | |

IKØXBX SOAB LP 144,100 | 2005-09-28 12:32:54 |

NICE CONTEST, FEW HOURS OF FUN JUMPING FROM BAND TO BAND | |

W3FV SOAB HP 1,545,033 | 2005-09-28 13:00:40 |

Great contest! Condx much better than expected
Thanks to all for the QSO's | |

S5ØA(S57AW) SOAB HP 4,456,894 | 2005-09-28 14:44:30 |

TNX to Tine for invitation to operate his station again, while he was part of the A61AJ M/M team. Real SO2R for the first time, no mentionable failures. Nice conditions except "apathy" on 10m - that band was mostly dead here as well. Very good overall activity and some very good - high claimed scores this year. I managed to operate nearly 44 hours, was very tired for last few hours of the contest but I persevered and I had fun. Worked 860 US stations and 132 JA's... Thanks to all for the QSO's, particularly to those who did QSY on other band for a new mult and 15 "5-band" QSO EQUIPMENT: RIG: FT-1000MP & TS 950 SDX, Alpha 77 & 87 amp 80m: 3 el Yagi, dipol 40m: 3 el Yagi, 2 el. Yagi 20m: 5 el Yagi 15m: 5/5 el. Yagi 10m: 6/6 el. Yagi Writelog 10.55d with KAM & MMTTY 73 Robert, S57AW | |

PJ2B(@PJ2T) M/M HP 5,290,758 | 2005-09-28 14:48:52 |

First, we apologize to everyone for a computer problem on station #1 that resulted in it being keyed longer than normal with an inordinate amount of "hang time". This resulted in us being extremely frustrated as I'm sure that some of you were in working us on that station. Again, we're sorry for that inconvenience and extended waiting time. For those that hung around, thanks for your patience. We only operated two stations during this contest, as we had a couple of problems to deal with, mostly operator error. We did have one computer failure and had to change it out. We had an operator caused problem with Writelog that caused us to change our operating classification in the first hour. We had intended on running M/S, but in the first hour, but had to make a decision to go M/M instead because we couldn't identify mults. A couple of hours into the contest, the problem was fixed but too late to maintain our intended classification. Thanks to Geoff Howard for checking in on us to make sure that we had everthing we needed regarding the station functionality. You can't beat the service that the PJ2T management group provides and the view isn't bad either. Thanks also to the SECC and SEDX members that went out of their way to work us and everyone else that participated in the contest. Until next time, 73'.....Fred WW4LL | |

LW9EOC SOSB/15 HP 610,750 | 2005-09-28 18:58:42 |

Nice contest, thanks to all for the qsos's. the condx isnt very good on all to JA and US, i wrkd a few japonese and heard ZL2AMI but he isnt came back :( i missed VK,ZL and some multi mores, congratulations to ZC4LI for his great score, anyway i had fun and hope to be in the CQWW SSB as LU5EML or my callsign :P thanks for my girlfriend fos his help :) 73 to all and CU WW SSB. nice activity from LU *AY8A* *LV5V* *L20H* *LR1F* *LW9ETQ* *LW7HW* *LW1HDJ* all the card via EA7JX. i wish better condx for WW SSB. 73 guys de Tim LW9EOC. | |

PJ7/K7ZUM SOAB QRP 1,334,460 | 2005-09-28 21:44:44 |

Left Portland Ore on the red eye flight wednesday night, with another suit-case DX-ped, and my ole trusty single Butternut vertical, was in ST. Maarten thursday afternoon headed to a new place I had never been to before, and hoped the property owners would not object to much to my "Contest Activities". Met the owners and discussed what I was going to do, they seemed ok with it, till I started laying out coax and radials, that's when they flipped the flippers !! the several dozen radials I had planned on using, ended up being only 12 radials !! and they were all pretty much headed to europe ! so after I was done laying down what I could, the owners inspected my work, and could not find where I put the wire down, and were happy with the single run of about 150 ft of coax. they seemed happy about the single butternut vertical that I put up on the beach, and with that, left me alone for the rest of the weekend. set the station up on a kitchen counter and sat on bar stools with pillow padding ( it still was not enough, !) hard wired the amp into a 30 amp breaker, turned everything on and was ready to go, gave everything a test about five hours before the test, it was a go ! Started the test on 20 meters, an hour later was wondering where everybody went to ! 20 meters just died !! finished the night out on 40 and 80 hit the sack at about 2:45 in the morning, Was up by 6:30 ready to go, by 9:00 in the morning, knew I was in trouble, as the cold I had hoped would go away before I left town, flared up, and was sick for the rest of the weekend, including several visits by Montezuma taking more of his revenge out on me !! at times I would get no answers to my CQ's, or my S&P calls, so I would go outside and check to see it the wind blew my butternut into the sea !! but it was always there, just bad conditions ! by sundown saturday night, I had excately 4 Q's in the log on 10 meters !! And I made it a point to go up to ten every hour, call several screens worth of c.q's and get no answer, only heard the same 4 stations all day long ! Finished the the evening out on 40 and 80 mtrs, and had what I thought was a good run of Euro's on 80. Was up at 6:30 in the morning ready to go again, seen VR2BG'S call go across my screen, and called and called, but Brett was busy working a wall of europeans,had pretty good runs on 20 and 15, including a nice run on 10 mtrs of 63 q's starting at 15:45 to 16:30, and that was the end of Ten meters, it just died after that ! by 21:30 gmt, I had enough, as not only was the cold giving me fits, through out the day Sunday, I could only sit or stand for an hour or less at a time, then it was go lay down on the bed for 10 or 15 minutes and let my aching back stretch out ! ( I am finding out the same thing Hank, KR7X is finding out, this ole body just can't sit in a chair for that long a period of time anymore ! ouch !) All in all, I had a great time, was hoping for a bit of a higher score, but considering all I had was a single butternut vertical sticking up on the beach, and a dozen radials, I'll settle for what I have, and next year, pray for more SPOTS !! thanks to everybody for all of the contacts, had fun 73..... Ken.....PJ7/K7ZUM | |

DL1JB SOAB QRP 24,320 | 2005-09-29 01:11:43 |

TRX: Elecraft K2, abt. 10 Watts
ANT: G5RV halfsize 73 es cuagn next year, Juergen, DL1JB | |

Z37M M/M HP 4,194,970 | 2005-09-29 07:38:35 |

Decision to operate M/M was, the big whish of our members to operate on the radio permanently with out of restriction HI. We had set up 3 sheks and one of tham was LP and for time time it was multiplier station. Condx were anexpected very nice ! We had several problems, mostly with amplifiers. Any how that was another grat contest and we had lot of fun. Thanks to all for calling us and for Q's. See you in the next one. QSL card is OK via the buro or QRZ.COM ! Eqipment: 1. Sheck 40 and 20 m - FT 1000 mp + PA 600 w, TH6DX and delta loops 2. Sheck 80 and 15m - FT 920 + PA 500 w, 3 ele yagi + delta loops 3. Sheck 10 m and multi station - TS 430 80 w. TH3KM, delta loop and dipole. Software: N1MM Ver 5.9 73 Venco Z36W | |

N3RDV SOAB LP 6,944 | 2005-09-29 15:00:19 |

First time with remote CI-V interface - worked great - many thanks to N3CZZ!!! | |

S51CK SOSB/20 HP 339,664 | 2005-09-29 15:04:00 |

73 de s51ck Ivo | |

VE3NZ SOSB/80 HP 29,256 | 2005-09-29 19:28:36 |

First nite I started out little pistol style; IC706 (40 Watts) and inverted-L 10 mtrs vertical+10 mtrs horizontal, abt. 20 radials. No Beverages, no salt water marsh in the backyard here, just flowers and grass, sorry folks. There was a pretty good opening to Europe around midnight and it kept me awake 'till 3 AM. Then I had 3 hrs sleep. Worked a few more West-Coast from 7 AM to 8 AM, then I could not here anything new. I was surprised of the result, so during the day I was busy making some improvements. I set up the SB-220 beside the IC706 on the kitchen table and I added 20 more radials in the backyard. Now I got 400 Watts, started to feel like a big gun, well, sort of. Second nite I did quite a lot's of running and was aiming at 200 QSOs. I did not achieve it by Sunday morning but in the last 3 hours Sunday evening I actually did more, than my goal was. Next day checking out the WEB, I got good news and bad news as well. The good news was, that I broke the 80 mtrs Canadian record. The bad news was, that I could retrieve VK6HD from the cluster data base spotting me on Sunday morning, but I never heard him. Now I started dreaming about putting up a Beverage for this winter. I had a good time, while trying to shape up for the contest season. Thanks for the Qs and Mults, Best 73, George VE3NZ | |

W4GAC M/S HP 903,858 | 2005-09-29 20:25:22 |

Highlights: Being called by ET3TK and VQ9LA. Good runs on 40, 20 and 15.
Listened on 10 but heard very little. Lowlights: "Woodpecker" type noise on 40. Main VFO tuning on FT-920 seized up toward end of contest and finished with B VFO. Next year will try to operate the full 48 hours plus run a Mult station. Great club activity. | |

ET3TK(OK1FIA) SOSB/20 HP 675,136 | 2005-09-30 00:04:07 |

QSL via OK1CU | |

CT3IA(@CQ9K) SOSB/20 HP 838,468 | 2005-09-30 05:48:56 |

Outstanding contest this one was.
Got a 20mt noise band during all the contest period, still i haven't got periods of lonely cqing, got some good pile-ups and some of them to work 3 in a row. As usual i got company in both side of my QRG, but the filters from the FT-1000MP full packed worked 100%. In this contest i select the FT-1000MP because of the two VFOs, but at the end i made my mind that working with 2 vfos on RTTY is a lot of work, but with some practice maybe we'll get there. On Saturday the conditions were normal, but there was some periods where a vertical antenna could handle the job, but the nicest to observe was stations working almost on 14.120, this explains the crowded band. On Sunday i managed to work more Qsos than Saturday, but maybe that was caused by a improvement of the propagation conditions to Europe. Also new to this contest was the QTH, where i was able to work along 3 other teammates from Madeira Team in the CQ9K Qth. I have to give a special thanks to CT3BD,CT3DL and CT3DZ, because they've made possible the entire setup to work. Also the entire Madeira Team members, those who worked with me, and the other that visited the station i need to give a special "Obrigado". This was a experience to bear in mind, so i'll keep that!. Conditions: Yaesu FT-1000MP Full Packed (CT3DZ) Ameritron AL-1500X (CT3BD) Antena: 2x20mt Yagi Writelog 10.53E Check http://www.madeirateam.com for informations regarding the team. Best regards, Miguel Teixeira - CT3IA | |

GM6NX M/S HP 1,939,050 | 2005-09-30 11:38:59 |

10 never really opened except for a very short spell when we managed 4 QSOs including K1TTT - who was loud but all alone. Our 80m antenna - a quarterwave vertical failed after about 40 minutes of operation and we never managed to fix it due bad weather. 15m and 40m were surprisingly lively. Had 80m been available our score would have been much better. During the night we had to loiter on 40m. | |

CT3KT(CT3KY) SOSB/15 HP 809,592 | 2005-09-30 11:40:02 |

good conditions on 15 meters band
thanks to all who make QSO with me hope work you again next contest for the others hope work next time a big thanks to all the madeira team gang (CT3BD,CT3DL,CT3DZ,CT3EE,CT3EN,CT3IA,CT3IQ,CT3KU)for the suport and help with the antenna and the setup of the station congratulations to ct3ia and ct3en for the good score on 20mts,and 40mts work conditions: transceiver: kenwood ts870 Ameritron AL-1500X power: 500w antenna: copy of force12 Writelog 10.53E the ham radio is not going to qrt but always groing up thanks to all until next time ct3ky ,jose goncalves | |

CT3EN(@CQ9K) SOSB/40 HP 452,038 | 2005-09-30 13:30:06 |

I went very motivated to improve last year's score, which i did a lot.
The first night was very good, had good US stations that made my run for the night, and managed to end the first night with a sum of 585 qsos. The second night went to the station early trying to get some European stations to improve my score, which i did had during the night. Wasn't able to work JA's, also i should improve next year in the multipliers and stations on the band, because i didn't went to other frequencies to work them. Also a special thanks to all the members of the Madeira Team, that helped me a lot in setting up the 40mt station to my working conditions. Conditions: ICOM IC-756ProII KamPlus Ameritron AL-1500x 2x 40mt Yagi Next year same time, 73s, Duarte | |

W2LK SOAB(A) HP 247,863 | 2005-09-30 15:34:56 |

N1MM, MicroKeyer, Orion, Commander all worked flawlessly. Had a lot of fun and was a good tuneup for next month. | |

CT3KY(@CQ9K) SOSB/15 HP 809,592 | 2005-10-01 05:37:49 |

send 2 time because first time a mistake in the call is supost to be CT3KY and not CT3KT good conditions on 15 meters band >> thanks to all who make QSO with me hope work you again next contest >> for the others hope work next time >> a big thanks to all the madeira team gang >> (CT3BD,CT3DL,CT3DZ,CT3EE,CT3EN,CT3IA,CT3IQ,CT3KU)for the suport and help >> with >> the antenna and the setup of the station >> congratulations to ct3ia and ct3en for the good score on 20mts,and 40mts >> work conditions: >> transceiver: kenwood ts870 >> Ameritron AL-1500X >> power: 500w >> antenna: copy of force12 >> Writelog 10.53E >> >> the ham radio is not going to qrt but always groing up >> thanks to all until next time >> ct3ky ,jose goncalves | |

S53S(IV3YWT) SOSB/20 HP 308,154 | 2005-10-01 05:52:13 |

My firts test, nice job.
73 de IV3YWT Crtomir | |

WA7LNW SOAB HP 500,027 | 2005-10-01 08:33:40 |

First year to operate CQWW RTTY Contest! Had a great time and will certainly make it an annual event in the future. Station: FT-1000MP, Alpha 76A, 2 element HEX beam @ 75 ft., HF-2 vertical 40/80, WriteLog software. Thanks to everyone for the contest contacts. 73's de Jack, WA7LNW New Harmony, UT (located outside west entrance to Zion National Park, UT) | |

LV5V(LU5VV) SOSB/15 QRP 529,557 | 2005-10-01 09:40:19 |

SELECTED 15 METERS TO HAVE TIME TO REST BUT HAD CONX ALL OVER DIYLIGHT
TIME. sOME TIMES MUCH NOISE, SO MNY TNX FOR ALL HAMS WHO REPEAT HIS EXANGE 100 TIMES HI HI RIG; KENWOOD TS 850 + ROKWELL HF 8010 POWER AMPL. ANTENNA 4 4L4M MONOBANDER SOFT RTTY BY WF1B HOMEMADE DEMODULATOR + TIMEWAVE DSP BEST 73 JORGE | |

AY8A(LU8ADX) SOAB HP 955,182 | 2005-10-01 10:15:13 |

TF3RB SOAB(A) HP 77,066 | 2005-10-01 13:13:25 |

VERY NICE CONTEST SEE U GUY'S
QSL VIA LOTW AND/OR E-QSL | |

KA4RRU M/M HP 3,130,540 | 2005-10-01 13:53:44 |

80 meters 756 Pro II and dipole
40 meters 756 Pro III, 2 el beam at 100' and klm rot dipole at 60' 20 meters 756 Pro, 4 el beam at 70' th6 at 90' and th6 at 30' 15 meters 756 Pro, 4 el beam at 47' and th6 at 50' 10 meters 746 Pro and th6 at 60' | |

CT3BD(@CQ9K) SOSB/80 LP 25,155 | 2005-10-01 13:54:22 |

Hello to all,
Working a 80mt contest is not easy, in low power it's even harder, and harder it is on rtty, where noise difficults the reception. First night ended with a sum of 66 qsos, mostly european stations. Second night the same as the first, but some state side stations to work. Would like to thank to all the Madeira Team Members that worked to make the station competitive once again. The conditions for the contest were: Kenwood TS-870S Writelog + MMTTY 1x Dipole Best 73s, Barros Teixeira - CT3BD | |

LZ9R(LZ3YY) SOAB LP 1,160,253 | 2005-10-01 13:57:01 |

TS850SAT 100w
2el.Quad switchable(DL2KQ design but for 20/15/10) Single vertical(PA3HBB design)for 80/40 Thanks for all the QSO's Highlights : HC8N on 80m,Same + many caribbeans on 40m Lowlights: 15/10 result not so good because Quad is only 3 meters over the ground.On 20 it works just fine but on highbands I need more height. On Sunday afternoon missed the brief 10m opening and great 15m condx due to 2 hours power outage(heavy winds shorted several times power lines) A bad relay in the Vertical band switching lost another 30min. in the final hours but I managed to replace it in the dark. Was happy to see AA5AU on 40m but couldn't catch him.Welcome back Don and wish you quick antenna rebuilding ,with bigger ones :). My new girlfriend stay with me about 30hours , make me coffee,sandwitches and for sure she likes the contest place and such a strange thing - RTTY contest ;). All QSL cards received this year are answered and sent to LZ QSL Bureau. Sorry for delay but for sure all of you who sends QSLs to me will receive yours soon. Congrats to LZ2BE & LZ9W for good score and Welcome to LZ5XQ in the RTTY scene. 73 de Nasko,LZ3YY | |

K5ZD SOAB HP 395,514 | 2005-10-01 22:18:48 |

Condtions were much better than I would have expected. The activity in this contest just keeps getting better and better. One of my favorite RTTY events. Unfortunately, not much time to operate this year as I was on a plane to Europe even before the contest ended. I can't believe anyone would use a call like 4O310SKY in a serious RTTY contest effort! | |

LZ2BE SOAB LP 2,259,577 | 2005-10-02 05:24:04 |

Condx was better than expected. My targets were 1600Q and 1,8mio pts - both were reached. Thanks to all friends who make a QSO with me and CUAGN! 73 Boyan | |

K7JJ SOAB HP 76,360 | 2005-10-02 08:07:36 |

QTH: Detroit Lake State Park, Marion County, Oregon
Rig: TS-850SAT, AL-811H Ant: G5RV & C3SS @ 20 feet! Software: WriteLog and MMTTY. | |

TF4M M/S HP 973,700 | 2005-10-02 09:58:31 |

Station Description: Yaesu FT1000MP, Hal ST-8000, Emtron DX-3
Antenna(s): Rhombics Was great to have oppurtunity to use TF4M equipment and antennas. Condx were great and tnx to all that worked us. | |

TF3KX SOAB LP 344,520 | 2005-10-02 18:47:10 |

Rig: IC746 - 100W
Ant1: Inv-V for 40-10m Ant2: 9m/27ft vertical for 80m RTTY: MMTTY with N1MM Logger Good band conditions with interesting openings and a few new countries for me. A break from the poor propagation that we have been experiencing recently. Thanks to TF3YH who helped out with the TF and zone 40 on all bands! 73 - Kris, TF3KX | |

W8JWN SOAB LP 73,800 | 2005-10-03 06:35:49 |

First attempt at SO2R...I just dabbled in the contest to see how the two radios would work as SO2R. I learned a lot. The FT1000MP worked great but the Icom 706MKIIG is not a good contest radio. It was fine for our DXpedition to V31TR last March but, even with all of the filters, doesn't cut it in a crowded RTTY contest. | |

N2FF SOAB(A) LP 210,432 | 2005-10-04 08:21:26 |

I could not believe how RTTY signals were spread out on 40, 20 and 15. Great going guys. Thanks to those with good ears that hears my 100 watt signal on 15M where I had only a 40 meter slooper. How about adding the "Order of Boiled Owls New York" to the club category. | |

VE7FO SOAB LP 40,248 | 2005-10-04 23:49:31 |

I was going to make a serious effort in this one but unexpected family commitments got in the way. The timing was such that 4 of my 7 hours had to be spent on 40 and 80. Oh well, I suppose it's good for the character. I had hoped that K7C would be on but no such luck, it seemed. Some of the SO2R guys were a real pain in the butt. When S&P I'd tune in a nice strong sig but not quickly enough to print the call. Wait 15-30 sec while he dicks around with the 2nd radio. After a few times of hanging around until they deigned to call CQ again I gave up. No CQ or other activity for 5 secs since the last one - I'm gone. Lots of guys missed an easy VE7 mult. Say, seeing as how they weren't active on the frequency, maybe I should have called CQ there after a couple of QRL's. It's kinda funny how different styles of operating have different needs. The S&P guy needs folks to call CQ frequently while the SO2R guy needs to balance working mults with keeping his run frequency. Having missed the 20m am opening to Eu on Sat and very late to it on Sun, it was nice to be working them from 10 am to 1 pm local time. Lots of flutter, though, which made S7 signals tough to copy, even with the Polar or Multipath settings in RITTY. 20 was open to Eu at 1 am local time on Sat but was only able to make 1 Q. Signals were plenty loud enough but I suspect that no one was looking my way. A lot of guys have amazingly good ears. Thanks for being patient and pulling me through. 73, Jim VE7FO | |

SV3FUP SOSB/20 HP 243,038 | 2005-10-11 00:48:39 |

START-OF-LOG: 2.0
ARRL-SECTION: DX CALLSIGN: SV3FUP CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP 20M HIGH CLAIMED-SCORE: 243038 CLUB: sy3y CONTEST: CQ-WW-RTTY CREATED-BY: WriteLog V10.53E NAME: ARIS GEORGOPOYLOS ADDRESS: PO BOX 1343 CP 26110 ADDRESS: PATRA GREECE OPERATORS: SV3FUP SOAPBOX: QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0452 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA6LJB 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0454 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA9SKL 599 17 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0459 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL2NN 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0459 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RV6BO 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0500 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UY5OQ 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0501 SV3FUP 599 20 DX US4LPY 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0502 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RU3QW 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0503 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM0FYV 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0506 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RW3LB 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0507 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VK3KE 599 30 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0510 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3DSC 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0513 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA6XE 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0517 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA9AYA 599 17 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0518 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA9WIK 599 17 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0519 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VK3GJW 599 30 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0520 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RU3WR 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0521 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL0A 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0522 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP2BBD 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0522 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UZ7U 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0525 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM5EL 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0527 SV3FUP 599 20 DX A45WD 599 21 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0528 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RU6YY 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0528 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LY3BH 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0529 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM6BSK 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0530 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G0BRC 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0531 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP5ECC 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0531 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP5MBQ 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0532 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA3LF 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0532 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UU7JN 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0538 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UU7J 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0539 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK0BIG 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0540 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP6BEN 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0541 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL3VFN 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0542 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ8ES 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0542 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F8PMO 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0544 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL4IB 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0546 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3KNU 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0547 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F6KAR 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0549 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK0NK 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0552 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RV3QX 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0552 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP4CJA 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0553 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UT8EL 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0554 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3UHU 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0555 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA3DBS 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0556 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RW6AH 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0557 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA3QIX 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0558 SV3FUP 599 20 DX M3VBY 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0559 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP4IRS 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0601 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP2JLR 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0602 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RW4WZ 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0603 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UT2UZ 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0604 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA5FIV 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0606 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VK3FM 599 30 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0611 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3MY 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0612 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON4KGL 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0613 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F5IDD 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0616 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA3CAU 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0618 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9DWL 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0618 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP4DC 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0620 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG0KS 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0623 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UT3HWW 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0624 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA3TT 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0624 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2PAD 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0625 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RC4Q 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0625 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9CAL 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0626 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA6LP 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0627 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2PZ 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 0627 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA9MA/9 599 17 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0655 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3DOF 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0656 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IT0EE 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0657 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UT0SE 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0657 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IW2NEF 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0659 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GW4JYT 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0700 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL4JYT 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0700 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK2WC 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0701 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL8AWK 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0703 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM7U 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0704 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV3GKU 599 20 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0705 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F6OBD 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0705 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK4PKM 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0706 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EU1MM 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0707 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON5SV 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0707 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ2EEV 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0708 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OZ9GA 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0709 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SQ9UM 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0709 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL2PA 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0715 SV3FUP 599 20 DX XM6WQ 599 4 AB QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0716 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP9FT 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0717 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1VRF 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0718 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UX0DL 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0718 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM2BPG 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0719 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2BMC 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0720 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1FPS 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0721 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL4NN 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0721 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OL9S 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0723 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL9L 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0724 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S57YX 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0724 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1MIM 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0725 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DC3HB 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0725 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UT5UML 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0726 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ9KM 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0726 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OZ2JP 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0728 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP9TPB 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0729 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ2XC 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0730 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON4IS 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0731 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I4DOO 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0732 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DH5WB 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0733 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ZL3JT 599 32 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0733 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL9MBZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0734 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1EFD 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0736 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP8FHJ 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0737 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 3Z8Z 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0738 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ1AVA 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0740 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA1AFZ 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0740 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2PCL 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0741 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OE2GEN 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0742 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON3VHF/QRP 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0743 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S53S 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0744 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL6RBH 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0744 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3YJQ 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0747 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PE1HWO 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0748 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG5PI 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0749 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH2AG 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0750 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IN3OWY/2 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0751 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH3K 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0751 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 9A5ANR 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0752 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OM5RW 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0753 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL3FP 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0754 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM2SK 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0756 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV3IBF 599 20 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0756 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9AAA 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0757 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ6JH 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0757 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2SPD 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0758 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IW1FYS 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0800 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OM6RK 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0801 SV3FUP 599 20 DX CT2GRF 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0801 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3NDC 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0802 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 9A5W 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0802 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HA9RC 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0803 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL3FSC 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0803 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2VFR 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0806 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OE9SLH 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0807 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK1BX 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0808 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DP5M 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0810 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1HEH 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0811 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RU2FL 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0811 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ3IW 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0812 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA1M 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0814 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA4FEN 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0815 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1THB 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0815 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LY2IJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0816 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ2FWJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0818 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 4K5D 599 21 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0819 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL2CI 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0819 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SL0W 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0820 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2SWD 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0824 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ2EAS 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0825 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL4RDZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0826 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I2SVA 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0828 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IV3ARJ 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0829 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F2AR 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0829 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1CRM 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0830 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA7KAT 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0831 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL3OH 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0831 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL9T 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0833 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HA0KL 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0834 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LA0FA 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0844 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL8ZAJ 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0844 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F5JY 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0846 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF0BLM 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0846 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F5OKD 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0847 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ2GIL 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0848 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL8UO 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0849 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3GTS 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0849 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP2IU 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0850 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP6NVK 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0852 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2IKW 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0852 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EU8RZ 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0854 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP2HXY 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0855 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2DKX 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0856 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL8YAU 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0859 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SN5Z 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0859 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5ASK 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0900 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SQ3RX 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0904 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DC1NSK 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0905 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SQ9HZM 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0910 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3JIA 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0911 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK3WUB 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0912 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OO4CAS 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0914 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UW8I 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0914 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5SUA 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0916 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I2WSG 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0916 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE2RYS 599 5 PQ QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0917 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5ZBO 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0918 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OO4KJR 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0919 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG2RSF 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0920 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OE3DXA/1 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0921 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA3/DJ6TK 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0923 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL4ALI 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0924 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ3ASB 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0925 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2RPJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0926 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1KHB 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0927 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1ZCW 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0929 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ9IR 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0932 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LY2BM 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0932 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9DTM 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0933 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F2JD 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0935 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ9WJ 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0936 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL0DX 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0937 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP7FBQ 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0938 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ2YE 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0939 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SN9A 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0940 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1JB 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0941 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL7GN 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0941 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK5M 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0944 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK3ITB 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0945 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S58F 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0946 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5KM 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0947 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 4L1QX 599 21 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0949 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LX1TO 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0949 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HA7MB 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0950 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM2EKM 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0951 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK7GA/P 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0952 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1NUB 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0954 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA1CC 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0955 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F4EIZ/P 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 0957 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UR5FGW 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1004 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IN3VHA 599 15 DX QSO: 14088 RY 2005-09-24 1005 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK1MAX 599 14 DX QSO: 14082 RY 2005-09-24 1008 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F6FJE 599 14 DX QSO: 14081 RY 2005-09-24 1010 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH2K 599 15 DX QSO: 14115 RY 2005-09-24 1015 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA3SD 599 14 DX QSO: 14102 RY 2005-09-24 1018 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RV3ZN 599 16 DX QSO: 14101 RY 2005-09-24 1019 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RL3A 599 16 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-24 1021 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RW4LYL 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 1025 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F6IRF 599 14 DX QSO: 14074 RY 2005-09-24 1031 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2QEI 599 15 DX QSO: 14082 RY 2005-09-24 1032 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB0/DL1FX 599 14 DX QSO: 14082 RY 2005-09-24 1033 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 9A2DQ 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1035 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UR5QU 599 16 DX QSO: 14105 RY 2005-09-24 1046 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RU1A 599 16 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-24 1048 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1MSL 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-24 1050 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EO7Q 599 16 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-24 1051 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OE2S 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 1052 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EM2U 599 16 DX QSO: 14088 RY 2005-09-24 1053 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IQ2CJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-24 1054 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM3HZN 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1100 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5YAS 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1100 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SQ9FMU 599 15 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1103 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL6JZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1105 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG0ETE 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1106 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IV3UT 599 15 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1107 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP2IW 599 15 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1108 SV3FUP 599 20 DX AB8K 599 4 OH QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1108 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SQ7B 599 15 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1109 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 4X6UU 599 20 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1111 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YT2R 599 15 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1113 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL9QY 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1117 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF9GK 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1118 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF8QB 599 14 DX QSO: 14099 RY 2005-09-24 1127 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2NCF 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1130 SV3FUP 599 20 DX NO2T 599 5 NJ QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1131 SV3FUP 599 20 DX CT1AOZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1131 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP9AUV 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1132 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F8BNN 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1133 SV3FUP 599 20 DX US0MM 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1134 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL7VBO 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1135 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK3JC 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1138 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DP4P 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1139 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RX6LD 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1140 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM5JBN 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1140 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA0CA 599 19 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1142 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UN6G 599 17 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1143 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG6MIK/P 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1144 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9AWS 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1144 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK3VN 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1146 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL6CNG 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1147 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA6XIS 599 16 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1148 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL7UDG/P 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1149 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA0LOU 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1151 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F4EUN 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1151 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF2FU 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1154 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ES1A 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1156 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W6IHG 599 3 VA QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1158 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W3OA 599 5 NC QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1159 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LA9DK 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1201 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PE1OYB 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1202 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DH1OK 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1205 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W3LL 599 4 MD QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1206 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IW2FUS 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1211 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL3LBP 599 14 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-24 1217 SV3FUP 599 20 DX CT3IA 599 33 DX QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-24 1219 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OM3IAG 599 15 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1222 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RN3ZC 599 16 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1223 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA3CDN 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1230 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DD1JN 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1231 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RD3DM 599 16 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1234 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK1JJB 599 15 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1234 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA9SC 599 17 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1235 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2ZDL 599 15 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1236 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA0QD 599 19 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1240 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL8AKA 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1242 SV3FUP 599 20 DX M6T 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1242 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2XSL 599 15 DX QSO: 14108 RY 2005-09-24 1251 SV3FUP 599 20 DX Z37M 599 15 DX QSO: 14085 RY 2005-09-24 1257 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON4CTA 599 14 DX QSO: 14085 RY 2005-09-24 1258 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP6EIY 599 15 DX QSO: 14085 RY 2005-09-24 1300 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON4ADZ 599 5 DX QSO: 14088 RY 2005-09-24 1303 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG5GTI 599 14 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-24 1306 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IT9RBW 599 15 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-24 1307 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ6QT 599 14 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-24 1308 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1DWT 599 14 DX QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-24 1310 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA9OG 599 18 DX QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-24 1313 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PV0OCF 599 11 DX QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-24 1314 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA2RY 599 14 DX QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-24 1315 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W2YJ 599 5 NY QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-24 1316 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM7BHM 599 14 DX QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-24 1317 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G1DJI 599 14 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-24 1320 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RW6CR 599 16 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1321 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IR1DCI 599 15 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1323 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GU0UUP 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1326 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JR7AMZ 599 25 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1326 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JA7EMH 599 25 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1327 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JA8UDE 599 25 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1328 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UN5J 599 17 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1329 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JA1HOU 599 25 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1330 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JH1LPZ 599 25 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1331 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2PLH 599 15 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1332 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RX4HX 599 16 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1333 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HL2CFY 599 25 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1333 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1ARJ 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1334 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM0BSO 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1335 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA3QUO 599 16 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1337 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F5JFU 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1340 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G4SGI 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1341 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LX1ER 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1345 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PI4COM 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1346 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LZ2BE 599 20 DX QSO: 14096 RY 2005-09-24 1434 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1KL 599 15 DX QSO: 14088 RY 2005-09-24 1436 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 4X6ZK 599 20 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1559 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL4R 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1600 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA4BT 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1602 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA9DD 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1603 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH7MN 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1604 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA9XF 599 17 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1604 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA6BT 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1605 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EW1CQ 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1605 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA6ECU 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1606 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RV3APM 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1607 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL2HYH 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1607 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OM2YL 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1608 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UN2E 599 17 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1608 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S50MJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1609 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK3WO 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1610 SV3FUP 599 20 DX M0BDQ 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1610 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA2ASB 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1611 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP5BWO 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1614 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G4PWA 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1615 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ1DBY 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1615 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA3BFH 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1617 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV3BSF 599 20 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1618 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1FCU/P 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1620 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3GAX 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1620 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HL6UAM 599 25 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1621 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RV1AQ 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1621 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG3RCE 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1622 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RM1AP 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1623 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP5IYV 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1624 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G4DIE 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1625 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EW7EW 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1627 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA3WEU 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1627 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5YM 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1627 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1MSP 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1628 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ1PE 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1629 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5WW 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1629 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL4TL 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1630 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ9UY 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1631 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK3PM 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1632 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OE8YDQ 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1632 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KF9Y 599 4 WI QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1633 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL6KAI 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1634 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL7UFN 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1635 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1FHI 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1635 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ4PI 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1636 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UN7JX 599 17 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1637 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3KMQ 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1637 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PI60ETL 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1638 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F6FTB 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1639 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F8BPN 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1639 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM2ETE 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1640 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DB3PR 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1641 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F5PJG 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1642 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GW3YVC 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1643 SV3FUP 599 20 DX CU2JT 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1644 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UY9IF 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1644 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP7TEX 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1646 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG1MBN 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1647 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF1IAQ 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1647 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP8FPK 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1648 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ4DZD 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1650 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1SP 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1651 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F4DXX 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1651 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP5GMM 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1653 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WA1EHK 599 4 CT QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1653 SV3FUP 599 20 DX CT4DX 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1654 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UR5UJ 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1655 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1AXB 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1655 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH3I 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1657 SV3FUP 599 20 DX MW0CPZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1658 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ4KW.PIC 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1658 SV3FUP 599 20 DX M0KGK 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1700 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV1CER 599 20 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1700 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL2GC 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1701 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM5TI 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1701 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OM3PA 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1702 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IT9ZGY 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1703 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HK3WGQ 599 9 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1704 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA0LSK 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1705 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 2E0TEC 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1706 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SQ9AOR 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1708 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA4DEI 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1709 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE3XB 599 4 MD QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1709 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE3XD 599 4 NB QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1710 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I1NHR 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1711 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EI9ES 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1712 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM3ETC 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1716 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL2GP 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1721 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I5WNN 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1721 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WA2ETU 599 5 NY QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1722 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1DKO 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1724 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE1OP 599 5 NS QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1724 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UY0IX 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1725 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1JPF 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1726 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1EXF 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1727 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL1DXF 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1729 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JM1LPN 599 25 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1731 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KI8U 599 4 OH QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1732 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG1MSR 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1732 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UX4E 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1733 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G6CSY 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1738 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G0OKK 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1740 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K2TE 599 5 NH QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1743 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA3PAR 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1743 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA5GQM 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1744 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PZ3HCF 599 9 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1747 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PE1SCV 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1747 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1USU 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1749 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W2YE 599 5 VA QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1751 SV3FUP 599 20 DX A61AJ 599 21 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1754 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G8VOI 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1755 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ1OJ 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1756 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ3TK 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1757 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LX1JH 599 14 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1759 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OZ1JTE 599 14 DX QSO: 14081 RY 2005-09-24 1803 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA4EJP 599 14 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-24 1805 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K2QMF 599 5 NY QSO: 14077 RY 2005-09-24 1810 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA1DV 599 14 DX QSO: 14075 RY 2005-09-24 1812 SV3FUP 599 20 DX D44AC 599 35 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-24 1813 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RD3A 599 16 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-24 1815 SV3FUP 599 20 DX M0BEW 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1817 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM4RGD 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-24 1818 SV3FUP 599 20 DX TF4M 599 40 DX QSO: 14105 RY 2005-09-24 1823 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K7RL 599 3 WA QSO: 14106 RY 2005-09-24 1826 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ZX7A 599 11 DX QSO: 14107 RY 2005-09-24 1831 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH2MZB 599 5 DX QSO: 14109 RY 2005-09-24 1833 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UN8LF 599 17 DX QSO: 14105 RY 2005-09-24 1834 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM5FUG 599 14 DX QSO: 14110 RY 2005-09-24 1836 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE3DZ 599 4 ON QSO: 14105 RY 2005-09-24 1838 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA7OT 599 14 DX QSO: 14114 RY 2005-09-24 1840 SV3FUP 599 20 DX NC2N 599 5 NY QSO: 14095 RY 2005-09-24 1841 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PJ2B 599 9 DX QSO: 14072 RY 2005-09-24 1849 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LN8W 599 14 DX QSO: 14100 RY 2005-09-24 1856 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE3AP 599 4 ON QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-24 1858 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K4GMH 599 05 VA QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 1901 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA1AKS 599 14 DX QSO: 14099 RY 2005-09-24 1902 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA4TD 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-24 1905 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA8ANE 599 33 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-24 1906 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K1TTT 599 5 MA QSO: 14086 RY 2005-09-24 1907 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE2RY 599 5 PQ QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1910 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N4ZZ 599 5 TN QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-24 1911 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GM4VJV 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-24 1911 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GM6NX 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-24 1913 SV3FUP 599 20 DX MW2I 599 14 DX QSO: 14107 RY 2005-09-24 1918 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3SNU 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1924 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K3MD 599 5 PA QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 1925 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K4HMB 599 5 NC QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-24 1928 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K3SV 599 5 PA QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-24 1931 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K4HOT 599 5 VA QSO: 14112 RY 2005-09-24 1934 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G0DEZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14115 RY 2005-09-24 1935 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W3FV 599 5 PA QSO: 14082 RY 2005-09-24 2010 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K5ZG 599 4 OH QSO: 14085 RY 2005-09-24 2012 SV3FUP 599 20 DX AC9T 599 4 IL QSO: 14089 RY 2005-09-24 2013 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W0TY 599 4 NJ QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-24 2015 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K3WW 599 5 PA QSO: 14098 RY 2005-09-24 2017 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WD4DDU 599 5 VA QSO: 14110 RY 2005-09-24 2023 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W3MEL 599 5 PA QSO: 14112 RY 2005-09-24 2025 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WB9Z 599 4 IL QSO: 14112 RY 2005-09-24 2025 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W8UL 599 4 OH QSO: 14123 RY 2005-09-24 2027 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W4PK 599 5 VA QSO: 14127 RY 2005-09-24 2029 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VA1CHP 599 5 NS QSO: 14127 RY 2005-09-24 2030 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N1HRA 599 5 RI QSO: 14129 RY 2005-09-24 2031 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K4WW 599 4 KY QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-24 2202 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K9DJ 599 4 WI QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-24 2213 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1KDO 599 15 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-25 0510 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OZ0F 599 14 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-25 0519 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RK2FWA 599 15 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 0520 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA6DE 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-25 0522 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UT5ULB 599 16 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-25 0524 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VK3JMB 599 30 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-25 0526 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G4CDZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-25 0529 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1JXU 599 15 DX QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-25 0530 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK2TX 599 14 DX QSO: 14095 RY 2005-09-25 0535 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F1JKJ 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0549 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL2PJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0549 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ZL3TE 599 32 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0553 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL2RMC 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0558 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RK0AXX 599 18 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0600 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UY0LL 599 16 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0600 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON4BG 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0601 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VK3AMK 599 30 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0602 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S52QM 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0607 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM1AOK 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0609 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 4X0L 599 20 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0610 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA3QN 599 16 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0612 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RU3AT 599 16 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0614 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA9ODU 599 18 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0615 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK3CST 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0617 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL9YAJ 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0622 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3LDI 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0623 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ3PP 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0624 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA4ZB 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0624 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1KSL 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0626 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2BGB 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0628 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV3DVW 599 20 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0632 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA4FX 599 16 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0633 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA7HPH 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0635 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I2KAJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-25 0642 SV3FUP 599 20 DX TK/F5CWU 599 15 DX QSO: 14089 RY 2005-09-25 0646 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HC8N 599 10 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0648 SV3FUP 599 20 DX H2E 599 20 DX QSO: 14098 RY 2005-09-25 0652 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ER3KS 599 16 DX QSO: 14099 RY 2005-09-25 0654 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ES5RY 599 15 DX QSO: 14104 RY 2005-09-25 0658 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GU0SUP 599 14 DX QSO: 14118 RY 2005-09-25 0705 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA7ELY 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0709 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA9TQ 599 17 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0709 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ2GOL 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0711 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL2TB 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0717 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK4RL 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0718 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA4HJ 599 16 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0720 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK1SOW 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0720 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF4ZW 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0721 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OM4TC 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0722 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA9CRZ 599 17 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0725 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL7ARM 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0726 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I3EVK 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0727 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GM3ZXE 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0728 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GM0FNE 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0734 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2AUK 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0736 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F1FIF 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0738 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2NVE 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0739 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA3AGZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0749 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OM7RM 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0751 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OZ6TL 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0752 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F8BCS 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0752 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IQ0TE 599 15 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0753 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ZL2AMI 599 32 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0756 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5RBR 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0804 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DG2BWG 599 14 DX QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 0807 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA4LA 599 16 DX QSO: 14088 RY 2005-09-25 0827 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HA0LW 599 15 DX QSO: 14081 RY 2005-09-25 0830 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S50A 599 15 DX QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-25 0831 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK2SFP 599 15 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 0833 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RX3ZX 599 16 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 0835 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YU7AE 599 15 DX QSO: 14106 RY 2005-09-25 0838 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA9FM 599 17 DX QSO: 14107 RY 2005-09-25 0838 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ3NG 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0904 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA8AG 599 33 DX QSO: 14098 RY 2005-09-25 0905 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S51CK 599 15 DX QSO: 14095 RY 2005-09-25 0906 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UR5FAV 599 16 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0928 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL6KO 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0929 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1KMG 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0931 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DH8WG 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0934 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ET3TK 599 37 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0938 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OE9ADW 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0939 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IW2GPI 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0940 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF8CS 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0941 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK3GO 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0943 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DC7OH 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0946 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 8P2K 599 8 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 0951 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK1QH 599 14 DX QSO: 14101 RY 2005-09-25 0959 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HA1AD 599 15 DX QSO: 14105 RY 2005-09-25 1001 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH3OJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1004 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HA1ZH 599 15 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-25 1006 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA3RH 599 14 DX QSO: 14081 RY 2005-09-25 1008 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IV3HAX 599 15 DX QSO: 14103 RY 2005-09-25 1016 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G4DBX 599 14 DX QSO: 14095 RY 2005-09-25 1019 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9TOC 599 14 DX QSO: 14095 RY 2005-09-25 1021 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3ASN 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1104 SV3FUP 599 20 DX CN8KD 599 33 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1113 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HZ1NH 599 21 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1118 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA3TN 599 16 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1121 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JA9BFM 599 25 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1123 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SQ9ANS 599 15 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1129 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA3AAO 599 14 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1130 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK5WL 599 14 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1130 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9DCM 599 14 DX QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 1132 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL3ARK 599 14 DX QSO: 14085 RY 2005-09-25 1154 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA9AU 599 17 DX QSO: 14083 RY 2005-09-25 1158 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK2WV 599 14 DX QSO: 14081 RY 2005-09-25 1203 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL2AMA 599 14 DX QSO: 14081 RY 2005-09-25 1205 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I2BZN 599 15 DX QSO: 14089 RY 2005-09-25 1224 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE2RYY 599 5 PQ QSO: 14108 RY 2005-09-25 1230 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JH7XGN 599 25 DX QSO: 14118 RY 2005-09-25 1237 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP9LJD 599 15 DX QSO: 14125 RY 2005-09-25 1243 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KA4RRU 599 5 VA QSO: 14071 RY 2005-09-25 1255 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F8COY 599 14 DX QSO: 14071 RY 2005-09-25 1256 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK8TA 599 14 DX QSO: 14071 RY 2005-09-25 1257 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JA9APS 599 25 DX QSO: 14070 RY 2005-09-25 1304 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KI1G 599 5 RI QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1319 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9BMT 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1321 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ES4A 599 15 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1322 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GM3MZX 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1324 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA5ETP 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1325 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W3GQ 599 3 NC QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1325 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DH3RB 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1327 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ4PM 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1330 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV3FUO 599 20 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1330 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F5UMP 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1331 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F5BBD 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1334 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL9AS 599 14 DX QSO: 14078 RY 2005-09-25 1337 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DH3EN 599 14 DX QSO: 14123 RY 2005-09-25 1344 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 9M2CNC 599 28 DX QSO: 14117 RY 2005-09-25 1352 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OD5NJ 599 20 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1359 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV9FBM 599 20 DX QSO: 14100 RY 2005-09-25 1404 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JH4UYB 599 25 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1417 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV1JMO 599 20 DX QSO: 14115 RY 2005-09-25 1425 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IT9STX 599 15 DX QSO: 14115 RY 2005-09-25 1425 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YB5BO 599 28 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-25 1435 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL3AMA 599 14 DX QSO: 14076 RY 2005-09-25 1439 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YB5QZ 599 28 DX QSO: 14082 RY 2005-09-25 1440 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YB0COU 599 28 DX QSO: 14096 RY 2005-09-25 1443 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YB4IR 599 28 DX QSO: 14112 RY 2005-09-25 1446 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 7Z1SJ 599 21 DX QSO: 14086 RY 2005-09-25 1449 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RV3IC 599 16 DX QSO: 14112 RY 2005-09-25 1456 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH8JT 599 15 DX QSO: 14121 RY 2005-09-25 1500 SV3FUP 599 20 DX MW0CRI 599 14 DX QSO: 14114 RY 2005-09-25 1502 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YV6BTF 599 9 DX QSO: 14123 RY 2005-09-25 1504 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA4LCQ/9 599 17 DX QSO: 14067 RY 2005-09-25 1509 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON7GB 599 14 DX QSO: 14068 RY 2005-09-25 1511 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RZ3FR 599 16 DX QSO: 14084 RY 2005-09-25 1514 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RX9TX 599 17 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1550 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F8DNX 599 14 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1551 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OE5JKL 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1553 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 4Z4DX 599 20 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1553 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF4ZZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1554 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HA3DMF 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1556 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OE50IGP 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1557 SV3FUP 599 20 DX LZ2JE 599 20 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1558 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HL2FDW 599 25 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1600 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HL3AHQ 599 25 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1601 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA9AFS 599 17 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1601 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IZ0EHL 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1603 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KM4M 599 5 VA QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1604 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RW9FF/3 599 16 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1611 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UT4EW 599 16 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1611 SV3FUP 599 20 DX TF3KX 599 40 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1613 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KA3FZN 599 5 PA QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1614 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA0FAW 599 14 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1615 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DF5SZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1616 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I6MBK 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1617 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK0FMB 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1618 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL2CBB 599 14 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1619 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3LGF 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1624 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA2BNU 599 14 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1625 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL6UAM 599 14 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1627 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV3AQN 599 20 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1629 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1AHJ 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1630 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK2XDE 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1630 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HA5AVV 599 15 DX QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1632 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W6YX 599 3 CA QSO: 14097 RY 2005-09-25 1635 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UR8IF 599 16 DX QSO: 14074 RY 2005-09-25 1644 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UN8PO 599 17 DX QSO: 14075 RY 2005-09-25 1648 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RA3ZH 599 16 DX QSO: 14079 RY 2005-09-25 1651 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IV3WMS 599 15 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-25 1659 SV3FUP 599 20 DX 4Z5AV 599 20 DX QSO: 14082 RY 2005-09-25 1711 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5PW 599 14 DX QSO: 14075 RY 2005-09-25 1746 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA6JY 599 16 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1751 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DJ8YQ 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1752 SV3FUP 599 20 DX UA6JD 599 16 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1756 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OK1VRV 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1756 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SP3GXH 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1800 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EU1DX 599 16 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1800 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH5VG 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1801 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH9MM 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1803 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KD7GTI 599 3 WA QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1804 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK5T 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1805 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM0AQW 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1808 SV3FUP 599 20 DX YL2CZ 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1811 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RN3QQ 599 16 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1812 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL5JBW 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1812 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK1AW 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1815 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3JFS 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1819 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G4JZO 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1820 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DM2GX 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1821 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SA5D 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1821 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM0EPO 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1822 SV3FUP 599 20 DX JM2GF 599 25 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1824 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N6OJ 599 3 CA QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1827 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OR5A 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1827 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G3RSD 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1828 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G0CER 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1829 SV3FUP 599 20 DX RK3DXW 599 16 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1831 SV3FUP 599 20 DX OH0JV 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1831 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DL4MFP 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1832 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N7GNA 599 3 ID QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1833 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PH3BDJ 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1834 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PI4CC 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1834 SV3FUP 599 20 DX M1SMH 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1836 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON4YA 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1837 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ON4LRG 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1838 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KE1AU 599 14 CO QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1838 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE2FK 599 5 PQ QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1839 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KO1H 599 5 RI QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1840 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K2QD 599 5 NY QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1844 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM6NJK 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1850 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WX4TM 599 5 AL QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1852 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WO2T 599 5 NJ QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1853 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N3FIP 599 5 PA QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1853 SV3FUP 599 20 DX AB5K 599 4 TX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1854 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W2LK 599 5 NY QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1854 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S53EO 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1857 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K7E 599 3 WA QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1908 SV3FUP 599 20 DX DK8YL 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1909 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S57OCC 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1911 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE3XAT 599 3 ON QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1912 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KI8L 599 4 OH QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1914 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WD0M 599 4 CO QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1914 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W1ZT 599 5 MA QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1915 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KA2D 599 5 NY QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1915 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W9IL 599 4 IL QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1920 SV3FUP 599 20 DX S57OWA 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1921 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N9QQK 599 4 IL QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1921 SV3FUP 599 20 DX IK0XBX 599 15 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1922 SV3FUP 599 20 DX HB9BYQ 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1924 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G4LPD 599 14 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1928 SV3FUP 599 20 DX NK5DU 599 4 TX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 1933 SV3FUP 599 20 DX F5AXG 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1947 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W5NF 599 5 AR QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1948 SV3FUP 599 20 DX PA3HGP 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1949 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K9BJM 599 4 IL QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1952 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VA3PC 599 4 ON QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1952 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W1NRB 599 5 CT QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1953 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KK8MM 599 4 MI QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1954 SV3FUP 599 20 DX I5AFC/5 599 15 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1956 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VE3NWA 599 4 ON QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 1957 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WV1K 599 5 MA QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2004 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K4ZTL 599 5 GA QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2005 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SM3PZG 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2006 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W4MYA 599 5 VA QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2007 SV3FUP 599 20 DX VP9/K9JY 599 5 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2008 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K6XX 599 3 CA QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2008 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W9XX 599 4 IN QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2010 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WD5K 599 3 TX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2010 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N2BJ 599 5 IL QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2013 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G8BMP 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2015 SV3FUP 599 20 DX GM0VIT 599 14 DX QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2020 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W2NRA 599 5 NY QSO: 14092 RY 2005-09-25 2022 SV3FUP 599 20 DX MM0DGR 599 14 DX QSO: 14095 RY 2005-09-25 2025 SV3FUP 599 20 DX G4IXF 599 14 DX QSO: 14100 RY 2005-09-25 2027 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W1AKZ/VE3 599 4 NY QSO: 14091 RY 2005-09-25 2030 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W0EK 599 4 MN QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-25 2035 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K8SIA 599 4 MI QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-25 2038 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WD4LYV 599 5 GA QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-25 2039 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WD4BYV 599 5 GA QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-25 2040 SV3FUP 599 20 DX WA4CGF 599 5 TN QSO: 14080 RY 2005-09-25 2042 SV3FUP 599 20 DX EA7DTZ 599 14 DX QSO: 14086 RY 2005-09-25 2049 SV3FUP 599 20 DX XE1L 599 6 DX QSO: 14081 RY 2005-09-25 2051 SV3FUP 599 20 DX ZX2B 599 11 DX QSO: 14129 RY 2005-09-25 2056 SV3FUP 599 20 DX AB0RX 599 4 MO QSO: 14126 RY 2005-09-25 2059 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W4GAC 599 5 FL QSO: 14124 RY 2005-09-25 2100 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N4DSL 599 5 VA QSO: 14105 RY 2005-09-25 2107 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W4LC 599 5 KY QSO: 14100 RY 2005-09-25 2110 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W1AJT/VE3 599 4 ON QSO: 14096 RY 2005-09-25 2112 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W1RY 599 5 MA QSO: 14087 RY 2005-09-25 2118 SV3FUP 599 20 DX AI4FR 599 5 FL QSO: 14093 RY 2005-09-25 2122 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K0BX 599 4 MO QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 2128 SV3FUP 599 20 DX K3NC 599 5 NC QSO: 14088 RY 2005-09-25 2137 SV3FUP 599 20 DX XE1YJS 599 6 DX QSO: 14094 RY 2005-09-25 2141 SV3FUP 599 20 DX N4GG 599 5 GA QSO: 14098 RY 2005-09-25 2145 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KE5OG 599 4 TX QSO: 14119 RY 2005-09-25 2154 SV3FUP 599 20 DX SV3EXU 599 20 DX QSO: 14119 RY 2005-09-25 2156 SV3FUP 599 20 DX CO2IZ 599 8 DX QSO: 14090 RY 2005-09-25 2204 SV3FUP 599 20 DX W4GKM 599 5 TN QSO: 14117 RY 2005-09-25 2211 SV3FUP 599 20 DX AA3B 599 5 PA QSO: 14130 RY 2005-09-25 2213 SV3FUP 599 20 DX AA5NT 599 4 TX QSO: 14133 RY 2005-09-25 2225 SV3FUP 599 20 DX KG4OX 599 8 DX END-OF-LOG: | |

EA6LP SOAB HP 574,412 | 2005-10-12 14:50:11 |

No prop. in 10 meters, very easy to get pile-up, funny contest.
Until next year,... 73 to every1. Juan EA6LP | |

LZ9W(LZ2HM) SOAB LP 2,267,865 | 2005-10-13 03:27:23 |

WA4PGM SOAB(A) LP 466,120 | 2005-10-16 22:52:45 |

Put in a lot more time than I had planned. The station was toren down in the last two weeks to setup for SO2R. I thought this was a good chance to check out everything. It all worked very well, other than having to reboot the computer three times I'm very pleased. Now I need to break some single radio habits, it's another learning curve. Worked lots of good DX, especially with only 75 watts. VQ9, YB, HC8(5 bands), D44, ET, A61, JT, ZC4, just to name a few. Thanks for the contacts and good luck!! 73 Kyle | |

ON5KQ SOSB/40 LP 70,656 | 2005-10-16 22:55:06 |

Worked only barefoot with FT-1000MP. First try with the new 40m-4square - excellent! The summerwork was worth the energy... Detailed info on www.qrz.com Highlights: 11 JA's worked, ZL1TE called me short-pass, 9M2CNC has good ears... lots of USA (20states) plus several VE Necessary improvement: Must have AMP in rtty !! B1Z was S9 but with 100wtts impossible, JT1CO called me, but I could not close the contact due to pile-up and low power only, NO Zone 12/13 - heard the LU's CQ calling a long time... after 10min they still didn't make any contact and QSY to different band... May be 40m condx were avarage of even less ?! Big disadvantage: ONLY AFSK ! That means real hassle to use the narrow filters, by synchronising 2 VFO's with different modes for TX/Rx in split mode... terrible!. I must have an USB Interface to manage FSK properly Only operated first night went to sleep from 7:30 UTC to 12:30h UTC and worked second evening until 22:00h UTC, due to QRL. Conclusion: lots of fun ! I am sure to set very good score with 10db Amplifier and fully equipped. My station will develope slowly but gradually as it is on a remote site 60km from home. Thanks for all who gave me a call See you in CQWW SSB/CW and the other international contest this winter season (only 40m single band operation) | |

OK1KDO M/S LP 61,180 | 2005-10-25 15:28:23 |

W4UK SOAB HP 367,092 | 2005-10-28 08:03:44 |

Wire dipoles only. |