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K1TO   Single Op HP   55,8212007-02-25 12:42:52
Perhaps the most fun I've ever had on 160 SSB! Nice flurry of Europeans called
in after a spot. 42 EU in the log and unusually strong signals from EU.

Static made many QSOs lengthy, even listening on the Beverages. I eventually
pulled through most who called.

Several thanked me for the FL multiplier, even though I heard the usual 160 SSB
suspects on from FL.

Hope to work many of you again next weekend for ARRL SSB.

73, Dan
 
NG7Z   Single Op LP   1,4252007-02-25 13:26:58
Yawn....I'll never be good on this band. I get too sleepy.
 
N6HC   Single Op HP   15,0482007-02-25 14:15:52
It has been a while since I played in this contest. I wanted to snag the last 5
states I need for 160-SSB WAS but only managed to work WV. Anybody know how to
contact K8T for a QSL swap?
Best regards,
Arnie N6HC
 
AD6ZJ   Single Op LP   5802007-02-25 14:17:37
100 Watts and an inverted L with a 33' apex. Works ok for CW but not much of a
setup for 160M SSB. I wasn't even planing to work this one at all but figured
I'd work some while the coffee was wearing off.

73
AD6ZJ, Loren
 
K6QK   Single Op LP   2,7602007-02-25 15:03:48
I didn't put in much time, probably less than 6 hrs.
Western US stations were rather easy but I sure
had to work for anything beyond. It got to be
hard work. This is my second effort for this
contest; my first effort was last year and it was
very limited.
Thanks to all who worked me and my peanut
whistle.
73,
Harv
K6QK
 
N3YW   Single Op HP   26,4992007-02-25 15:28:53
Must have been that lucky penny I found Friday morning. My AL80-B which had been
out for repair at Ameritron was turned around in two weeks as promised. The UPS
man had it here at 4:00 on Friday. And the I-mate which I had been waiting for
since November also came on Friday. Anyway, the old dipole did it's job.
Thanks to all the great folks who participated. Lots of competition for room on
the band and yet
stays very civil and friendly. see y'all next weekend. Joe n3yw
 
W2TB   Single Op HP   37,1002007-02-25 15:32:50
Conditions great Friday night, but so noisy Saturday. Loads of great stations
competing.
 
K9NR   Single Op HP   162,9482007-02-25 15:41:15
Propagation seem good but QRN was peaking at 10 over 9 on both Friday and
Saturday night. Pulling VK3IO out of the noise was challenging! Considered
pulling the plug after Friday night but stuck it out. This contest really
makes me yearn for the pleasant sounds of CW! Thanks to all the operators who
hung in there for the many necessary repeats. 73...Don, K9NR
 
W4PV   Single Op HP   113,8842007-02-25 16:03:48
S9 QRN Friday and Saturday.
 
LN9Z(LA9HW)   Single Op HP   418,1582007-02-25 16:04:53
Tremendous!

Great condx!

Never thought it was possible to work 1000+ on 160 SSB!
 
VY2LI   Single Op LP   7302007-02-25 16:06:05
Only able to catch the last hour of contest to pass out a few mults and then got
several phone calls in a row.Hope we got into your log.73, Bill
 
VA3DX   Single Op HP   125,8742007-02-25 16:06:15
A mixture of 160 SSB and full time effort in the NAQP RTTY test.

Had VY2LI call me at 23:58:54 gmt for a new mult, beautiful !!!

Plenty of qrn for this test ...

Missed CA ?, LA ID UT MB NWT YT VY0 VO2

Had a VO2 call me but could not get his suffix !!!!

About as much fun as a SSB could be .. give me cw or rtty.

Points for Contest Club Ontario
 
W2NO   Single Op LP   1,5642007-02-25 16:07:31
Icom 756pro, W9INN sloper.
 
AA4LR   Single Op LP   4,2122007-02-25 16:10:31
Antenna:
Shunt-fed 15m tower w/ 25 60 foot radials and 4 100 foot radials

Equipment:
Elecraft K2/100 w/ KAT100 running 100 watts

Comments:

Just a bit of handing out Qs on Friday night and Sunday afternoon. NAQP RTTY
cut into any operating time on Saturday. Would have liked to get on for the
sunrise, but after recovering from a cold earlier in the week, I decided to
sleep in.

Only DX was XE1RCK and C6ANM. 160m was extremely noisy Friday night - have
never heard so much noise at this QTH. A big contrast to last weekend, when it
seemed rather quiet during ARRL CW.
 
W7IZL   Single Op HP   83,4562007-02-25 16:16:03
Great time but again poor prop. and virtually zip for DX. Unexpected local
static on second night shortly after midnight shut us down early. Appeared to
be more stations on this year than in past.

73 Cal
 
WB8JUI   Single Op LP   30,6182007-02-25 16:16:04
I have a major static and splatter headache after this one. This reinforces my
preference for CW contests.

Conditions were horrendous here Friday evening / Saturday morning. I finally
bit the bullet and went outside around 1000Z Saturday to chisel about 24 inches
of ice and snow off the base on my inverted L. One of the remaining large snow
drifts left in the backyard is directly on the base of my antenna. Conditions
improved quite a bit early Sunday AM. Maybe the ice and snow removal
helped...

I missed chasing Bob K0RC on the W1VE scorecard. I understand he had some
antenna issues. More people should participate in the scorecard. All it takes
is one simple setting in the N1MM logger and you're good to go.

Thanks to all for the QSOs. See you all on 160 meters next contest season.

73 - Rick WB8JUI
 
KC5R   Single Op LP   3,4722007-02-25 16:17:16
Just too noisy on Saturday night/Sunday morning with all the nearby storms.
Friday Night was not much better. Sunday late and early Saturday AM were about
the best for me. Just tough with LP and a 45' high windom. Will have to come up
with something better for 160.

Thanks to all that listened up. Al
 
KB4ET   Single Op LP   8,0802007-02-25 16:22:43
Part time - Bad wx moved through Saturday night = Sunday morning.
SO, LP, Assisted
 
KR4F   Single Op HP   13,3202007-02-25 16:30:34
Bad QRN. Saturday night wiped out due to lightning nearby.
 
K3WW   Multi-Op HP   159,8522007-02-25 16:35:36
My ears should be ready for ARRL DX next weekend. Only went below 1900 during
some real quiet hours, or to S&P a bit.
 
K1EP   Single Op LP   34,6082007-02-25 16:40:40
I don't usually do SSB contests from home, but entered just to play and see how
conditions were. It seemed that the band was a little short Friday night,
didn't hear hardly anything from the west. UA2FF popped in for a moment though
to the east. S9 noise was tiring most of the night, as well as SSB contests.
Heard a few more states/prov/countries than I could work. I assumed since I
was LP and they were HP, that it just was the high noise level everywhere.
Heard some Europe but they just could not hear me. The band was packed all
the way up to 1.98 or so, lots of stations out there. Thanks to everyone who
pulled me out of the noise. I can't run any more power, lest they find me here
at the condo!
 
KØBJ   Single Op LP   25,0642007-02-25 16:42:34
Normally my inv. L is a passable rx antenna but the first night featured
lightning and tornado watches in adjacent counties with mega QRN. Night 2 was
slightly less bad with 'only' some 50-mph wind driven snow static etc.

Highlight 1 was reconnecting with Skip W7PN, who was RTTY Journal DX Editor
WB6CYA when I was on the Yankee Trader DXpedition in 1979. Highlight 2 was
when friend (even better friend now....)Phil N0KE told me VK9DNX was a few kHz
higher on cw, after my sunrise Sunday AM. 15 minutes later I had that one in
the station, if not contest, log.
 
N6WG   Single Op QRP   2,3802007-02-25 16:46:54
Boy, what an absolute shambles. The weather conditions Friday
night prevented so many loud stations from hearing me, yet I was
hearing them just fine. And my noise level was quite reasonable,
compared to what so many others were fighting.
I really, really miss a good cw contest, and the soothing sound
of smooth crisp cw.
This really turned into a short range contest, dx be hanged. Half
my Qs came from other CA stations. At least I managed to work all
the 11 Western states, plus VE7 and VE5. Couldn't find a VE6,
though. Or KL7, come to think of it. Did manage a KH6 though.
I really love 160m, but I think I'll stick to cw contests, unless
conditions are a whole lot nicer than this weekend.
I normally thank all those who strained to pull my signal through
the noise and QRM, but I noticed a lot of big gun stations having
the same problem hearing each other. Looks like it was just
standard practice for this contest this time. But thanks to all
anyway :-)
Now I'm looking forward to the ARRL SSB DX contest, where I can
get up on the higher bands.
Hope to hear many of you in there.
73, Bob N6WG
The Little Station with Attitude
 
N7RQ(@K8IA)   Multi-Op HP   86,9402007-02-25 16:47:18
Rig: Ten-Tec Orion II
Amp: Alpha 91B
Xmit Antenna: 78 ft vertical with 30 radials
Rx Antenna: K9AY Loops (2)

Enjoyed my first foray into 160 SSB contesting with Bob, K8IA, in a multi-op
high power assisted effort from his QTH in the shadow of the beautiful
Superstition Mountains. Bob, the esteemed Contest Coordinator for Central
Arizona DX Association, said I'd learn patience and listening skills. Boy, was
he right! Weather-related noise from the northeast made picking goodies out of
the noise a chore, but we finished the weekend with 606 QSOs. He was scolded
by a couple of ops who noticed he didn't sound much like a YL, but otherwise
the entire weekend was full of the good camaraderie and fun hams are known for
worldwide.

Worked WAS this weekend but only 9 countries.


73/88, Sandy N7RQ
Arizona USA


K8IA Note: Sandy made over 60% of our qso's and quickly learned how to cope
with the intense storm static the first night, and digging out esp level
signals the second night. She has the skills and instincts of any good
contester and will be be even more successful in the coming yrs. Watch out,
OM's. ;-)
 
KR2Q   Single Op QRP   1,9802007-02-25 16:50:56
This was about as limited an operation as you can get. I operated in 10
different "on" time segments across both days. Average "on" time was 8.2
minutes per "on time" with longest "on time" of 19 minutes and shortest "on"
time of just one minute. LOL

Had a really hard time working anybody at all. Even had several comments from
those I did work, such as, "boy, you're really weak" or the real killer,
"you're usually not this weak."

After Saturday sunrise and after breakfast, I went outside and noted the
inverted V resting on the roof! Too funny. Well, that explained a lot...or so
I thought. Had about the same luck after getting the antenna back into position
(ie, off of the roof).

Weird condx (while I was on). Most locals couldn't hear me; not even a "is
someone calling me?" while others in VA or ONT heard me on my first call
(several others). Even worked C6 on one call. Go figure. Hope I added to the
winner's total.

Rig: FT817, hand mic, 1/2 wave wire (inv V?) apex at 45 feet, ends just off
the ground.

de Doug KR2Q
 
W3GH   Single Op HP   121,0302007-02-25 16:52:44
In spite of QRN both nights/mornings managed to work all 50 states on ssb which
was my goal!
Apologize to those stations sigs I could not pull out of the QRN.
 
KN3A   Single Op LP   10,2002007-02-25 16:59:12
Absolutely challenging with terrible static crashes and an ice storm on Saturday
night into Sunday. Certainly not ideal conditions.

I'm more of a CW and RTTY contester, so maybe I'm just not used to this, but
I'm finding people have a hard time with the "KILO" in my callsign KN3A. I must
have had at least 8 instances where someone was having problems copying my
callsign and someone else relayed it to the other station. This really isn't
supposed to happen, is it? I know people are trying to help and everything but
relays aren't really good in a contest.

The other thing that I found amusing is the automatic "5-9" even though people
could barely hear me because of the QRN. My hats off to W2AAA who was the only
ham who gave me an honest "5-5".

Although it was a challenge with the band conditions, its always nice to put
voices with the callsigns I work in CW and RTTY tests.

Kenwood TS-450SAT
75 Watts
G5RV @ 20 Ft.
N1MM Logger
 
W3UL   Multi-Op HP   41,6522007-02-25 17:13:46
Wish I had a better receive antenna.
Thanks to all who worked me.
 
NA2M   Single Op HP   8,2832007-02-25 17:16:39
Band too noisy here to do any serious operating.
 
NX9T   Single Op HP   82,1402007-02-25 17:20:01
Played a little both nights but let me say this, Friday night was much more
enjoyable and productive then Saturday. Very high QRN levels wiped out most of
the signals for me the second night unless they were lucky enougg to sqeeze
between crashes or were strong enough to get over the top! I had a great time
and surely appreciate all the contacts.

73,
jeff nx9t
 
WA3AFS   Multi-Op HP   36,3002007-02-25 17:25:32
Gee, I did not know there were that many stations in New Hampshire!
 
W4SVO   Single Op HP   107,0102007-02-25 17:26:10
Using an Inv. L at 75 feet, 700 watts. My beverage 500 feet long, running across
the street on the ground, then down a hedge 500 feet. At 3 a.m. in the morning I
go outside to change directions and run the beverage down the street N.W. I am
in a restricted nieghborhood in downtown Ocala. My antenna is sort of a stealth
one!
 
NS3T   Single Op LP   35,8682007-02-25 17:29:11
The thing I'm happiest about with this score is that I had plenty of reasons to
cut my weekend short because of family, XYL, band conditions, etc., but I kept
grinding and grinding away - and it paid off.

Saturday night was probably one of my best nights ever in contesting - not all
because I got on a mult roll, but because I was so close to calling it a night
on several occasions because of S9 local QRM.

But then a light bulb went off and I hooked up my four inverted L's for 80
meters to my receive antenna on the TS-2000 and suddenly all that noise was
gone. Suddenly I could hear DX and hear the stations out west and slowly
through the night I worked them one by one. NE, WY, AB, SK, AZ and then KP4,
6Y, C6 and KV4. I just couldn't get to mult #50 though.

If you had a contact with me, it was all on tape as usual, with 100% recorded
voice files and Writelog. Since there was a recent thread on cq-contest about
recorded files for contesting, I hope to post some of them to show you what it
sounds like. The CQ Machine did a fine job this weekend again.

Thanks to all who dug my little signal out of the QRM.

73 Jamie NS3T
TS 2000
100 watts
inverted L antenna

QSO/Sec+Dx by hour and band

Hour 160 Total Cumm OffTime

D1-0000Z 7/6 7/6 7/6 36
D1-0100Z 33/11 33/11 40/17
D1-0200Z 24/4 24/4 64/21 37
D1-0300Z 38/3 38/3 102/24
D1-0400Z 11/0 11/0 113/24
D1-0500Z 6/0 6/0 119/24 47
D1-0600Z - 0/0 119/24 60
D1-0700Z - 0/0 119/24 60
D1-0800Z --+-- 0/0 119/24 60
D1-0900Z 7/1 7/1 126/25 48
D1-1000Z 25/2 25/2 151/27
D1-1100Z 22/0 22/0 173/27
D1-1200Z 6/0 6/0 179/27
D1-1300Z 6/1 6/1 185/28 21
D1-1400Z - 0/0 185/28 60
D1-1500Z - 0/0 185/28 60
D1-1600Z --+-- 0/0 185/28 60
D1-1700Z - 0/0 185/28 60
D1-1800Z - 0/0 185/28 60
D1-1900Z - 0/0 185/28 60
D1-2000Z - 0/0 185/28 60
D1-2100Z 1/0 1/0 186/28 14
D1-2200Z - 0/0 186/28 60
D1-2300Z - 0/0 186/28 60
D2-0000Z --+-- 0/0 186/28 60
D2-0100Z - 0/0 186/28 60
D2-0200Z - 0/0 186/28 60
D2-0300Z 10/2 10/2 196/30 33
D2-0400Z 12/4 12/4 208/34
D2-0500Z 15/2 15/2 223/36
D2-0600Z 19/1 19/1 242/37
D2-0700Z 16/7 16/7 258/44
D2-0800Z 17/5 17/5 275/49
D2-0900Z 1/0 1/0 276/49 51
D2-1000Z - 0/0 276/49 60
D2-1100Z - 0/0 276/49 60
D2-1200Z 3/0 3/0 279/49 55
D2-1300Z 7/0 7/0 286/49 25
D2-1400Z 1/0 1/0 287/49 60
D2-1500Z - 0/0 287/49 60
D2-1600Z --+-- 0/0 287/49 60
D2-1700Z - 0/0 287/49 60
D2-1800Z 1/0 1/0 288/49 59
D2-1900Z - 0/0 288/49 60
D2-2000Z 4/0 4/0 292/49 58
D2-2100Z 11/0 11/0 303/49 23
D2-2200Z 3/0 3/0 306/49 49
D2-2300Z 21/0 21/0 327/49

Total: 327/49
 
KL7RA   Single Op HP   44,5902007-02-25 17:38:34
First night I was very weak and struggled to get station's attention.
Second night I was louder to the US and struggled to hear the stations
now calling me. Never seems to be an even split. Paul, N4PN was
probably the longest heard and most consistent loud signal from his
new QTH in GA. I don't care for SSB on topband but for sure the
band was packed from 1803 on up past 1930 so it's a popular mode
even on this band. Want to have fun in a big pile from 6/7 land? Get
on right before sunrise on the second day as fresh meat. The East and
Midwest stations are now gone and the band is picked clean. The pack
of predators are scanning back and forth looking for anything not a dupe.
Big feeding frenzy when someone new pops up. Great fun. Glad to be
the 50th state for a few folks this weekend. 73 Rich KL7RA
 
NA4K   Single Op LP   19,6042007-02-25 17:39:38
High noise from storms in the area made it interesting.

Steve NA4K
 
AD8J   Single Op LP   1,1482007-02-25 17:44:02
Just got on a bit Sunday night to help the troups as things get slow.
 
W4IX   Multi-Op HP   22,4642007-02-25 17:44:05
Hvy QRN, Audio Hum, lost output on radio...what else can I say..Will be getting
a new rig this week...be back on soon...Thanks for the Q's..John
 
WE9N   Single Op HP   22,2722007-02-25 17:54:25
man o man 7.54 hrs heavy qrn john
 
N7US   Single Op HP   50,7922007-02-25 17:59:07
Having a blizzard during the contest to add snow static and shoveling snow made
the contest different than being in my former state of Arizona. Only antenna
up now is 160 inverted vee at 90'. Hope to have low noise receiving antenna
by next year.
 
K9MMS   Single Op LP   34,5992007-02-25 18:13:59
Due to the major storm activity and very high noise levels, I only managed to
have logged 70 QSOs during Friday night's operating time of 3.5 hours. I got
an earlier start on Saturday night, but the conditions did not improve much
until around 0700Z. It took an unusually long time for the band to open
towards the west coast -- even then, not a lot of western stations heard /
worked.

For the U.S., I missed SC and MS. Never heard KH6 and KL7. Worked lots of VE3
stations, but very sparse on other VE provinces -- most not even heard.

To those stations that ended up in my log, thank you for the QSOs, all the
repeats, and your patience.

73,
Gary
 
KD2MX   Single Op QRP   1,8452007-02-25 18:17:54
I recently discovered the joys? of qrp ssb and thought it'd be fun? to see how I
would do running just 5w into my less-than-optimal but still effective antenna.
So I dabbled here and there over the weekend. QRP CW is enough of a challenge
on 160 so I didn't expect much for this test but I was really surprised at the
number of Qs that I was able to make. This was the first time that I ran ssb
on 160m too. It was interesting to see who could work me easily, who had some
trouble, and who couldn't hear me despite their 59+40 over signal at my qth.
Now I know which stations have the really excellent receive antennas!

My thrill of the event was having N4PN pull my "59" signal out of the noise
with just 90 seconds remaining, giving me a new multiplier and maybe my best
dx.

Thanks to everyone for digging out my puny signal.

Paul/kd2mx
 
K4BAI   Single Op HP   7,4462007-02-25 18:24:52
FT1000MP, Alpha 78, 1 KW, "t" dipole. Thanks to KU8E for climbing my tower and
putting the antenna back up. Thanks for the QSOs. Hope for more time and less
QRN next year. 73, John, K4BAI.
 
VE3NE(@VE3FAS)   Single Op HP   430,6122007-02-25 18:33:05
Huh,
My poor ears...and yours too...:-)
First of all I would like to thank John, VE3FAS for allowing me to use his
great antenna park and location and Paul, VE3TA for giving me an awesome
support like setting up the station, lending me a lot of stuff like amp, heil
etc. so I did not have to worry about them.
I never had the chance to use a big 130 foot TX ant, three quarter mile long
beverages and HP on 160m in this contest so I was very excited to do it. I have
been in VP5 and CT3 for the CW part but that is different.
I expected the band to be completely full with big signals and thus QRM but I
did not expect such a QRN level. The combination of both and not having
beverage to the South made it very difficult to pull out some signals from the
mess. Almost every time a 4 land called I had to switch over to the vertical
and adjust the gain, ATT and volume level and then do it in reverse order to go
back on the beverage. Quite a chore...:-) The beverages work so sharp that after
each CQ I had to switch them around to see if someone is calling. It happened
countless times that I did not hear anything on one beverage but the station
calling me was strong on the other one. It is a great experience and feels very
good that your antennas are working. The disadvantage that my left hand and arm
is still sore because of the continuous switching...:-)
Due to the heavy QRN I missed well over hundred stations who called me and for
the same fact I am sure a lot of stations with small antennas (or even with
big) could have thrown in the towel early because activity was not very high.
Everything worked 100% at the station and I enjoyed switching around the RX
antennas. The QRN weakened by Saturday morning and I was able to pull out VK3IO
who actually had a decent signal. KH6MD was S9 on the beverage and I was called
by KL7RA. Never heard VK and KL7 on 160m before...:-) Some Europeans were
strong like IV3OWC but missed a lot of countries. Fell asleep both morning for
a couple of hours because I could not keep up with the 10 QSO per hour
rate...:-)
I was chased away a few times by other stations claiming that they are on the
frequency since who knows how long and now they own it, even they were not
there for the last few minutes...:-) Some others claimed that I am "THE QRM" so
move. The contest is for fun so I moved and quietly put up with every body
else's mess...:-)
The idea was to experience a great station and I really enjoyed doing that. The
score is lot less that I was hoping for but there is always a next time.
I think I should use the Morse Runner for a few days to get rid off the
shkrthsrkblmdbthrm sounds from my head…
Great contest with great ops. See you next time.

73

Lali VE3NE

P.S. Will be pix, sound clips and video clips on my web site:
http://www.dipole.com
 
N4PN(@W8JI)   Single Op HP   425,3702007-02-25 18:42:18
With the anticipated bad weather to the West, things did not look too good
going out to Tom's on Friday night. At the start, the QRN was not horrible
but not long into the evening, static crashes were 15db over even on the
beverages....

When I stopped on Saturday morning, I had a total of 8 Europeans in the
log and a score of 124K....Got back in the chair around 4pm on Saturday
afternoon and could work 2 point contacts with no problem but the QRN
got back to over s9 early in the evening. Then, around 11pm Eastern time,
the band suddenly got quiet and the Europeans came from everywhere. In
about three hours had worked 101 Europeans and I probably missed that
many more!! Some of the better DX was RU6, H22H, SV1. VK3EW called me
on Sunday morning with a good signal. Thanks to Gordon, for finding me
for VP2E and Rich, KL7RA was great for many hours. AH7X called in to
complete the 50 state sweep - and I can remember when you were really
somebody if you had all 50 states on 160 - which took years!!

I am amazed at Tom's ability to build and maintain such a great 160m
station. Everything worked to perfection..(mine, that is - but he is
forever thinking of something that will improve the operation.)
You would have to see the W8JI antenna farm and station to truly
appriciate his abilities and dedication. Thanks Tom for letting me
have the thrill of operating from such a super setup.

Thanks to Tom and Marsha for again putting up with me for the weekend.
You always make me feel welcome! 'Til the next time.

73, Paul
 
KR1ST   Single Op QRP   2,6042007-02-25 18:51:19
Rig: IC-756ProIII
Ant: Coax Inverted L with four 1/4wl and eight 1/8wl radials
PWR: 5 Watts

The conditions were not as good as I hoped they'd be. The static crashes were
so bad at times that wanted to turn off the rig. I need more radials, that's
for sure. Like someone else noted it was interesting to see who could hear me
and couldn't. There was very little correlation between their signal strength
and their ability to hear me. However, it was their hearing capability that
made the contact, so more power to ya!

Last time I participated was in 2005 and it seems there were a lot more
stations on than there were this time, but maybe I'm wrong. I remember that
there were wall to wall stations in the past, and now perhaps half as many.

I lost one tree to the heavy winds from my antenna orchard this Sunday.
Fortunately, it wasn't supporting any antennas.

Thanks to all for hanging in there and rescuing my peanut whistle signal from
South Carolina!

73,
--Alex KR1ST
http://www.kr1st.com
 
W4MYA   Single Op HP   299,9152007-02-25 18:59:32
Thanks for the contacts!
Lots of noise!

Take care
 
KØHW   Single Op LP   5,4742007-02-25 19:08:50
Just a few hours to help give out the South Dakota multiplier.

Writelog, ICOM 756PROII, Double Bazooka 46' high in the middle 16' high at the
ends
 
N8IE   Single Op QRP   23,7602007-02-25 19:09:58
I had fun, I also have a headache that will last until Tuesday.

72, 73
Dan, N8IE
 
VA3RKM   Single Op QRP   1,6382007-02-25 19:19:09
FT817, 5w, 1/4-wave wire at 15'. Thanks for the contacts!
 
KØRH   Single Op LP   40,4322007-02-25 19:24:37
EVERYBODY SHOULD TRY LOW POWER JUST ONCE....
 
K6VVA   Single Op HP   7922007-02-25 22:31:45
S9+ QRN & few signals.
 
KU1CW   Single Op HP   60,0162007-02-25 23:56:18
Quit after about 7 hours into the contest-too much noise and lightning.
Due to global warming and early thunderstorms this contest need to be moved a
month ahead (hi-hi)
73. CU in ARRL SSB. de Alex KU1CW
 
OL8R(OK1FCJ)   Single Op HP   109,4172007-02-26 00:30:32
I do not usually run SSB contest, CW is more relaxing and especially 160m SSb is
real challange to get some decent results. Each KW station (including mine)
occupies approx 1Khz sometimes more and there are serious problems to other
smaller pistols to position itselves into band.

Clear winner were stations which started CQ on good QRG usually before contest
and kept it over most of the contest. Bright invention, but not for smaller
pistols. I used similar practice for part of the contest CQ on one QRG and
through second VFO searching for missing contacts.

Conditions were not really good at least from my perspecitve, first night I
couldn't hear almost any stateside stations. During saturday I took some naps,
but Saturday night I run till 11 pm. At late saturday evening rate were so low,
that I was just consuming electricity.

later I found comments form OH station that I do not listen :)(TX but no RX).
Well as matter of fact he or she was right. I used 2 beverages 90/270 degrees,
but no listenning antennas to 0/180. Second night I had problems to get right
and clear QRG and virtually I could not hear stations calling me becuase near
by stations were at least 59+10 or more...

Station setup
FT1000MP + 2 beverages
Inv Vee at 21m
N1MM
 
DJ9A(DJ9VA)   Single Op LP   190,7772007-02-26 00:33:26
RIG: IC-775DSP, ANT 33m. Vertical

CQ WW DX Contest 160m SSB 2007
Result overview of DJ9A

Good Invalid Dupe Deleted
Band QSOs QSOs QSOs QSOs Mul1 Mul2 Pts

160m 584 0 0 0 16 55 2687

all 584 0 0 0 16 55 2687

Final result = 2687 * (16 + 55) = 190.777

TNX TO ALL!
VY 73! Victor DJ9VA
 
K4RO   Single Op HP   50,8982007-02-26 03:05:44
Just some CQing between thunderstorms and other contests.
Was surprised at some of the big guns who aren't in my log.
Even with a monster station, you still gotta tune to win.
As with SS, some ops never make it to S&P mode. Thanks to
everyone who called in. It was fun.

73

-Kirk K4RO
 
OH4KZM   Single Op HP   95,4032007-02-26 03:32:03
Thanks to all.First time this contest,dont get any voice on my mouth hi.
I use elecraft k2,commander hf-2500 linear, fullsized phased vertical array to
tx and 6 beverages to rx. 73 cuagn de OH4KZM.
 
VO1HE(@VO1MP)   Single Op HP   54,9452007-02-26 05:19:00
I am jinxed for this contest.

Last Year:

Operated from VO1MP. I got laryngitis a few days beforehand, which never fully
went away, and had to bow out early. Conditions were good, from what I can
recall. The first night we had a snowstorm and I couldn't get back to the
station to operate for the remainder of the contest. Oh well, there was always
next year.

This Year:

Operated from VO1MP again. My health was good. Conditions were lousy. The first
night we got a snowstorm but I plugged my way through it. The snow static got so
bad that several times, there were absolutely no stations able to be copied;
even the European and US stations that were 20 over 9. For some reason, being
in between like we are, I could hear a lot of stations from both sides of the
Big Pond but they couldn't hear me. I was running about 1200W into a shunt-fed
tower but the strongest stations were deaf to my calls. When I ran, I found
that the only ones calling me were much weaker than the QRM that surrounded me.
Also, if I called a relatively weak station, he came back to me on the first
call. The loud stations would mostly not even pause to hear me and, if they
did, made very little attempt to pull me out. I guess, being so densely packed
in on the continents, they have a quantum leap in QRM compared to me, with only
VO1TA on the air from here that I could tell.

Anyway, I bested my score from last year but it was a struggle. The second
night I went back up to the Gus's after getting a wash and a nap. I brought a
little digital voice recorder, recorded my CQ message and held it up to the mic
for an hour with 3 responses, one of whom was VO1TA passing by. Conditions
hadn't improved so I decided to pack it in. There's always next year.

Next year:

I don't know. I'm not a fan of mono-band, mono-mode contests because, once
you've worked everyone you can hear and that can hear you, you've got nowhere
left to go. My main focus was working new countries on 160 and the resultant
static from the inevitable snowstorm on this contest weekend makes that pretty
hard. I heard several stations in Oregon and California. I worked XE1RCS for a
new one. Who knows, maybe I'll get amnesia in the next 11 months and forget all
about the past 2 years.

Much thanks to Gus and Kay for their hospitality.

Rig: FT1000MP Field
Amp: Alpha 87A
Antenna: Shunt-fed Tower
Software: N1MM 7.1.7

Thanks for the Qs and CU in the next one.

73 -- Paul VO1HE
 
VE3MGY   Single Op LP   50,4272007-02-26 05:29:44
What a weekend in a couple of ways.

First the QRN was amazing. It was 15 and 20 over 9 on the vertical here all
weekend. Even on the beverages it was S8 to 5 over 9 at times. Simply amazing.
I kept switching antennas trying to find the best antenna that had the best SNR
for the station calling. The problem all weekend was that just about every
station seemed to favor a different antenna. So while I was always TX on the
Inverted L, I was listening on either one of six beverages, an 80M Inverted L,
a 40M delta Loop or one of two 80M delta loops that were 90 degrees out of
phase. 10 RX choices every QSO - after all my time on 160M I was still
surprised how the best RX antenna would be a 80M Inverted L or a 40M delta loop
over all of the beverages at times.... But then the next QSO would be loudest on
the right beverage for that station's direction - 180 for Georgia say, and then
a station in Florida would only be copyable on the 270 beverage 10 minutes
later.... Go figure that one out...

I knew right away Friday night that it was not going to be a record breaking
weekend. The luck of the draw as they say. And the forecast was for high winds
so I didn't put up a balloon vertical. Even now as I write this on Monday
morning the QRN is 20 over 9 on the Inverted L and S9+ on the beverages. I
really felt like I was running QRP all weekend and I have even had bigger
scores when I was QRP!! Its all about conditions. Those brave souls who
actually ran QRP this last weekend deserve a special award in my opinion.

I spent about 8 hours each night in the contest but lost about 1.5 hours each
night with minor problems in the shack [ including keeping the wood stove
burning to keep the house warm hi hi ] so I wasn't on the air more than 12.5
hours total.

Now the rest of the story:

As if that QRN fest wasn't enough we were curling all day on Saturday in a
friendly competiton with our Church that we had signed up for so I was somewhat
tired out on the ice all day Saturday. Got home and fired up the gear and back
into the fray Saturday night.

Now we had attempted a dive two weeks ago when it was -35C and I had freeflowed
on every reg I had [ 3 ] as soon as I hit the water. [ For the non divers it was
an aborted dive after 2 minutes under water ] So we had planned for this
Sunday's dive over a week ago. Same thing for the curling. So I wanted to test
myself to see how far I could go with little or no sleep. I did four higher
than normal intensity workouts [ to my max heart rate ] through the week and
slept for 10 hours on Thursday night. I did not work out on Friday. Grabbed 2.5
hrs of sleep Saturday morning. Was feeling much better than I thought I would
all day and all evening on Saturday. Managed a couple of hours early Sunday
morning and had an awesome 28 minute dive in Lake Ontario. [ For the divers
reading this I was somewhat narced up, as I knew I would be with the sleep
deprivation, so the dive profile called for an MOD of 20' Max and the narcosis
was moderate and therefore managable. I had initially planned on breathing EAN40
but decided to save the Nitrox for next time and just used air ].

Got home Sunday around lunchtime and was awake until 1830 local when I hit the
wall so I went to bed and slept for 11 hours. So now I am thinking that maybe I
could do a full 48 hrs in the chair?? Probably but I haven't tried that one yet.


Oh yeah one more thing. Its true what they say about sleep deprivation - its 90
per cent motivation. I don't know if the intense workouts helped at all
honestly, probably not, because I work out all the time anyway, BUT I did have
two weeks to think about this weekend and mentally plan and prepare for it,
which is probably why I was able to keep going and not give up. So while I am
somewhat disappointed with conditions this last weekend, I am still pleased
with my overall results.

73
Brian
VE3MGY [ Still feeling jet lagged today... ]
 
VO1TA   Single Op HP   94,3742007-02-26 05:37:20
Friday night was a total washout here. Sunday was pretty good had a nice little
run into EU until I noticed the standing wave was all over the place, with
signals dropping in and out. Had a look outside to see that we were in the
middle of blizzard. The inverted L was hanging like a V coated with about two
inches of ice.
Decided to shut down before I did any serious damage. Thanks for the
Q's.....Wayne
 
YL7X(YL2LY)   Single Op HP   117,7282007-02-26 05:57:27
only INV VEE at 16m...
Difficult work to receive QRP stations from DL and G by hard QRMs :)))
Anyway it was fun ;))) 73!
 
KY5R   Single Op HP   129,8842007-02-26 06:24:32
WX, WX and WX here in the southeast limited the effort. Mother Nature took
control of this contest fer me. Kept probing for quite time after storm had
passed. Lost pwr on Sat nite and went to bed only to be woken up by noise of
pwr comming back on in the house I stumbled to the shack and tried to recover
Q's on Sun AM bu not much hope. Did get in some EU time however to my suprise
from my dipole station. 2hrs at end of test yeilded 15 Q's but dedicated the
time hanging in there. Great to see the activity high. Hope all enjoyed. Will
be around next year hopefully without Mother Nature playing the spoiler.......
 
OL7R(OK3RM)   Multi-Op HP   51,9602007-02-26 06:24:38
Not so good conditions, only 4 USA stations. It was EU test.

1KW
FT-1000MP
K9AY
N1MM
 
VE9DX   Single Op LP   12007-02-26 06:44:41
Obviously not serious... just passed out a few points. Had it been a CW or RTTY
contest I am sure I would have stuck with it.
73 Andy (VE9DX)
 
AA1K/M   Single Op LP   2,2952007-02-26 06:59:37
This is always an off-weekend for me, falling between the two major ARRL DX
contests. So just dabbled a bit from the mobile. Woke up Saturday morning and
worked some JAs on cw (they aren't allowed SSB on this band anyway) from the
home station before taking XYL Jeanie AB1P off for a weekend getaway at the
chilly beach.

It's a shame this weekend always wastes good winter propagation. Without any
effort to adhere to the ARRL band plan (SSB only above 1843 khz) there's no
clear window(s) to listen split for DX, and the wall-to-wall QRM severely
limits DX possibilities on SSB. Even the 1830-35 window called for in this
contest's rules was widely violated by stateside stations in the short periods
I was listening.

Saturday afternoon found us parked near the beach just north of Rehoboth, Del.,
and almost two hours before sundown I was hearing many European stations across
the band (including one I station over S9 on 1830 or so).

Mobile station details at www.aa1k.us
 
VE3EY   Single Op HP   484,0292007-02-26 07:30:07
A big thanks to Dragan, VE3FF for his support in preparing for this contest.
 
K2OAK   Multi-Op LP   13,4972007-02-26 07:31:24
Had some tuning issues with a new Alpha Delta DX-LB PLUS since the bandwidth is
so tight towards the lower part of the band, so we had trouble getting out
above 1870, but under the circumstances for a first try-out of a new antenna,
we can't complain. And we know we need a better choice next time.
 
W3DQ   Single Op HP   46,8002007-02-26 07:52:16
An interesting outing! I thought everything was working fine after the ARRL DX
CW last weekend, but that was not to be! Something went haywire with the
computer interface, so I spent most of the first two hours ripping things
apart, finding nothing wrong, and then putting everything back together -- and
it still didn't work! Outside, the western EWE didn't work, even though I
thought I had fixed it.

When I finally got going, the going was pretty good, although the condx Friday
night were pretty bad. I stuck it out until 0600z or thereabouts when I
couldn't keep my eyes open any longer. Taking your kid to swim team
practice at 6 am the same day is not a recommended activity!

Came back Saturday night after a full day of family activities. Conditions were
better, but the static was awesome. Although it needs some more tweaking, the
Orion worked very well in digging out those marginal signals.

At ~0200z, the band seemed to open to the west, thankfully. Collapsed again at
0600z and didn't get back until the last two hours on Sunday, which made up for
the first two lost ones.

In the end, it was a hard slog, but enjoyable. I now understand why so
many prefer CW contests over the SSB ones :-)

CU Next Time!

Eric W3DQ
Washington, DC

--------------------
Missed States/Provinces:
LA, OK, CA, ID, MT, UT, IA, ND
LB, NS, PEI, MAN, AL, NU, NWT, YT

DX Worked:
C6, KP2, KP4,UR (UU7J was *very* loud!)

Station:
Ten Tec Orion
Ten Tec Hercules II amp (500w)
inv-L @ 72 ft
misc. non- or marginally functioning RX antennas
------------
 
DL1Z(DF3KV)   Single Op HP   190,9192007-02-26 08:17:08
Being handicaped by the storm Kirill, my normal antennas where not usable and
the K9AY still broken.
I built up an Iverted-L on the radial field of the 80 vertical and run the wire
parallel to it.
It worked not as well as the T-vertical but reasonable.
Unfortunately I had rf-feedback on my west beverage which runs across the
radials, so had to switch it off while transmitting, very boring.
Working HP the first time in this contest showed this weak link.
Also had other things to do over the weekend so a full effort was not
possible.
Very high QRN sunday evening, only three qsos to North America were possible.

Thanks for all the qsos!

IC-751A, PA (converted my L4B Friday evening)
Inverted-L, used 90% of the time
Inv.Vee Dipol@30m

73
Peter
 
DJ8OG(@DJ6QT)   Single Op HP   215,8202007-02-26 08:39:28
Thanks to DJ6QT for his station. This was my first entry in 160m SSB contest.
 
N3KHK   Single Op LP   5,5752007-02-26 08:44:44
Station Description: ICOM 706 MK II G
Antenna(s): 160m G5RV @ 40 Ft
Interface microKEYER
Software: N1MM

This was my first 160m contest. What a fun time. I could almost hear Hawaii
and Alaska. West coast stations I was able to hear, nut they could not hear
me. Next year I will use a linear.

73 ES CUL
 
VE6EX   Single Op LP   15,7422007-02-26 09:07:35
Hi All:
Well the condx called the shots in that one. Just a one nighter, and then
off to the ski slopes. I did what I could, pretty well of and on all the first
night. My first effort on ssb with the ts950sdx and full house Inrads,
definately a good choice for this qth. TRLOG was doing all the work. LP into my
shunt fed tower.
Cheers Dan..
 
W6YI   Single Op HP   45,9002007-02-26 09:14:11
The storm noise provided a challenge to copy most stations outside of the west
coast. Thanks for everyone's qso's and patience.
 
OH1PS   Single Op HP   197,4562007-02-26 09:27:48
It was all great fun once again. Though on Sunday morning I decided to follow
the advice to QSY given by some serious European contesters. I tuned the other
antenna to 1900 kHz and stayed there most of the time, the advisers stayed at
the low end where I could have had extra 3dB gain.
The score is what you get when put a CW-operator at the microphone and you are
located 60 deg north.
It was interesting to test my vertical antennas in a new location, and once
again note the differce of band openings in comparison to the what I
experienced 160 CW contest further south(4O3M).
My verticals definetly work better than the antennas in the other QTH (OH2PM).
My antenna phasing system works only at the low end of the band, thus I had to
run them individually, one tuned at 1830 and the other at 1900. Having no
RX-antennas yet, the reception was very poor.
For a more CW-oriented oprator the 160 SSB contest and QRM was again a reminder
of the future ham radio with no code. I have to get used to it and run an other
SSB contest next week end, possily from OH0.
OH1PS does not exist in the database, so many stations suggested OH1PV insted.
I have been OH1PS since 1966 (OH2PM since 1959) but not contesting as OH1PS
after 1983.

Cu agn in contests, Pertti, OH1PS/OH2PM/OH0PM (OH0R in contests)
 
NB7V   Single Op HP   36,6182007-02-26 09:42:22
First 160 contest with a real 160m antenna. What a differance! Beverages
comming this summer. How about those static crashes, wow. Not much east coast
heard, those heard were weak- they gave my ESP a work out.
Great contest, Thanks for all the Q's. NB7V
 
OE9R(@OE9XRV)   Multi-Op HP   243,2432007-02-26 09:52:51
We tried to get the 3 Beverages running during Friday and Saturday night - we
found the failure on Sunday afternoon - big difference with "ears" !
 
N1SV   Single Op HP   64,4602007-02-26 10:09:25
Found QRN high but QRM even higher. Even with the preamp on the Orion out and
the RF Gain backed down to 75% QRM was still 30 over or better at times.

Conditions were pretty good both nights though I did not hear anything out in
the Pacific. Farthest contqct West was VE7CC in BC. Found a number of EU
Sunday night under stateside stations trying to run, one even stood by so I
could work the UA2. See it really is a gentlemans band!

DX worked: 6Y, C6, CM, CT, CT3, DL, EA6, HA, KP4, S5, SP, TI, UA2, VP2E, and
XE.
 
WØBH   Single Op HP   66,2482007-02-26 10:40:40
The first major thunderstorm of the season moved into Kansas on Friday night
which made sounds in my headphones similar to a hailstorm I once accidentally
flew into in a small plane. I pulled the plug and antennas at midnight when the
lightning started up.

Saturday was much better (in comparison) and got some nice runs going from time
to time. Not much DX (as usual) and still too noisy to make it worth staying up
all night.

Thanks for all the patient repeats. Lots of "between the static" partials. I
only missed one call that I heard (a QRP) who then called in with power, but
I'm sure there were others I just didn't hear at all. Missed RI and ME in the
lower 48 and worked BC AB SK MB ON and NS in VEland.

Until next (hopefully better) time ...

73, Bob, w0bh
 
S54O(@S52AW)   Multi-Op HP   332,5682007-02-26 10:58:05
For all of us it was first WW 160m SSB ctest - in fact, for most of us first
SSB QSO-s on 160m. Will be better in the future…

MNI TNX to Karl (S52AW) who invite us to work from his location, and for his
great hospitality.

ANT: Inv.V@60m, 2xbeverages
Rig: FT-1000 mp mark V
 
OE1HHB/3   Single Op LP   29,2382007-02-26 11:43:13
This was the second time that I participated in the CQ 160 SSB contest from the
well equipped station of OE3GCU - thanks a lot Günther !

RIG: Icom IC775DSP
TX-Antenna: Titanex Vertical V160HD (26,7 m / 87,6 ft)
RX-Antennas: K9AY, Beverage for NW/SE, Dipol
 
N4VA   Multi-Op LP   21,0212007-02-26 12:43:42
IC706MKIIG @ 100 watts. 130 ft sloper tied to tower at 68 ft. Slopes south.

DX worked: C6, CT3, CO, KP2, KP4, XE. Operated from about 10 PM to 1 AM
(local) the first night and then from 10:45 PM to about 2 AM on Saturday night.
100% S & P until a little after 1 AM on the second day. Found a clear
frequency and ran 37 stations during my last 39 minutes. That is a pretty good
run for my little station. The CT3 was the only new mult that called me during
that run. I had places to be both Friday and Saturday evenings, so did what I
could each night until I pooped out. The time spent was great fun. 73, Larry
Vogt - N4VA
 
N2CU   Single Op LP   7,2022007-02-26 16:04:10
Just a few Q's using my least favorite mode on my most favorite band.

FT1000MP, Inverted L 46', K9AY loops, N1MM Logger.

73,
Tom N2CU <><
 
WE3C   Multi-Op HP   285,6652007-02-26 17:07:35
It was nice to get the EU opening on Saturday night. Welcome to Russ, NN3Q, the
newest member of the WE3C team. Congratulations to the N2CW team on their
excellent score.
 
KU8E   Single Op HP   3,2752007-02-26 17:38:05
Got on for only a few minutes on Saturday night. Thunderstorm static was so bad
I could only hear the really loud stations. Most of my contacts were in the
last 20 minutes on Sunday night.
 
W8GP   Single Op HP   67,6422007-02-26 17:51:09
Lots of noise and only 2 antennas ( vert. and low dipole) made things very
difficult. Thanks to all who participated.I've been away from the band for a
long time so I have a lot of improvements to make for next year.
73, Greg
 
N3HBX   Single Op HP   238,4672007-02-26 19:25:17
Horrible QRN till 11:00 U.T. on Sunday, which somewhat marred the nice opening
to Europe earlier that morning at their sunrise. Yagi antenna still great into
that part of the world!
 
WX3B   Multi-Op HP   55,0622007-02-26 20:32:11
Friday night: ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE! No Energy - getting over a cold, fever,
power line noise, static noise from wind, high band noise...didn't operate
much!

Saturday night: Just GREAT! Cold was getting better, had enough energy to
run, and I fell right into the bottom of the band, on a clear frequency and ran
Europeans during their sunrise for about an hour. First run of Europeans EVER
for WX3B on 160 SSB. Now that was FUN!!! Discovered that it IS worth having a
300 foot beverage to EU on 160.

Also enjoyed rag chewing with N3KS on packet. It's worth running assisted just
to relieve bordem during the slow times.

I also agree with the others that say W4MYA is a heck of a nice guy...in
addition to a great contester!

Since Gene, W3ZZ had such a powerful signal on the band, I have concluded that
160 must also be a VHF band.

73 & best wishes to all during ARRL DX SSB coming up.

Jim Nitzberg WX3B
 
NK7U   Multi-Op HP   92,1362007-02-26 20:32:35
Always enjoy this contest. The first night was terrible, couldn't hear the East
coast at all. Finally gave up around Midnight and went to bed. I thought the
second night would be a repeat of Friday night, so I turned on the internet
spots to aid in just playing around. Big mistake!!! The band got better and
better as the noise subsided and we could actually hear the East coast working
all those Europeans. I couldn't hear EU, but what's new!! Made 80% of my
contacts the 2nd night, would've been fun to have 2 of those nights. Wish this
contest were in early to mid January, always seems alot quieter then. The band
was really quiet here the weekend before during the ARRL DX CW, guess we can't
expect 2 good weekends in a row. Thanks to all for your patience with all the
repeats.
 
W1CTN   Single Op LP   59,5312007-02-26 21:04:49
Let me get the complaints out of the way first, then I'll talk about the fun I
had.

First:

With the all the noise it was tough, but what else is new? If you don't like MF
operating maybe you should operate VHF. It's the nature of the beast. I can't
remember when we didn't have a 160 SSB contest that was wasn't real noisy. My
personal opinion is that the contest should be in January when it always seems
quieter. So much for my 02 cents.

Second:

This is the first time I experienced "DELIBERATE JAMMING" in a 160 contest. It
occured when I was running Friday and Saturday evening around 1912-1915 kHz. At
first I thought it was just someone retuning to give me a call. With the narrow
banded antennas on Top Band you have to put up with this to get the QSO.

I can deal with that, it's part of the 160 game, but when some @#$%ing cretin
continues to tune and move his VFO across my frequency it really is a disgrace
to the "gentleman's band". It became so irritating that I had to QSY.

I should pity this poor soul as it is apparent that he, or possibily she, was
conceived under a cold war jamming array and suffers from a genetic defect. But
I don't...take you & your baggage back to 11 meters.

160 meters is and I hope will always stay "The Gentleman's Band"

So much for the stink...now for the perfume.

I had a great time operating. It was a pleasure to hear so many familiar
signals mixed with lots of 1st time 160 ops. I recently upgraded the antenna
system from a 40' vertical leg inverted L to one with approximately 70' of
vertical height. It apparently played as well as it could.

Murphy hit me an hour after I started Friday night. I had to swap out a antenna
loading capacitor that developed a bad wiper arm contactor and then recalibrate
the dial readings as they were all off with the new capacitor.

The band was packed from 1800 kHz to 1970 kHz. Both Friday and Saturday night I
started running at 1912-1915 and got pushed away by the jammer. At least I have
a fan club.

QSY'ed to the "cheap seats" around 1950 kHz and had some nice runs. After the
runs ran dry I did the S/P mode from the bottom to the top of the band.

Friday night/Saturday morning got me most of my Caribbean mults and XE1. I did
find a hole in the high rent district (1807 kHz) and did some running which
netted me with a call from MI0LLL @ 0701z. He was as strong as a local. This is
the 3rd year in a row that a Irish station has called me after 0700z with
signals as strong as a local.

Saturday evening, again while running, netted me both CT9L @ 0227z and UU7J @
0236z. 6Y1V called in at 0308z. I did not hear much Europe at all during the
contest due to noise and I was amazed when these 3 Europeans and 1 Caribbean
station called me. I operated until 0420z and then shut down for some sleep. I
found that from 0500z to 0900z my rates are very low. I just don't have the
horsepower to get further out west until the band stabilizes in that direction
and I didn't hear any other Europeans, so it was snooze time.

I was active again at 0937 Sunday hoping to catch KL7 for my last state, but
that was a pipe dream. I did work all of my far midwest and western station
from 0937z thru 1228z. I heard KH6MD S5 with everyone calling him at 1155z when
I was in full daylight. I worked NK7U with my other callsign (NA1QP) at 1200z.

I shut down at 1228z Sunday and came back at 2033z to work some locals that I
knew I had missed earlier. The band was packed with local signals. My last
surprise of the contest was having SN3R call me above 1900 kHz at 2318z. I have
never worked or had a European call me so early. The new inverted L really must
work.

I would like to thank everyone who took the time out to work me. I wish I could
have put in more time, but we all have reality to deal with along with playing
radioman. I would also like to thank Mike, W1JQ, whose archery skills put the
line up in my highest tree for the new 160 meter L.

Next project is to make the inverted L into a FAT inverted L to get the
bandwidth to cover the whole band without tuning. Tried a coaxial L ~ala W4TWW
and it did not work.

Until next year...
73
Dave W1CTN Radio Ansonia Connecticut

Popgun station description:

FT 1000 MP Mk5 @ 100 watts
1/4 wave inverted L 70' vertical 60' horizontal x 35 100' radials

To all stations reporting their scores:
Please list your antenna descriptions, I like to know what the other guy is
using.
 
DM7A(DJ1YFK)   Single Op LP   3,5402007-02-26 21:29:37
It's more fun to poke yourself in the eye with a rusty knife than to work SSB on
160m.
 
KTØR   Single Op HP   40,2602007-02-26 21:35:45
Boy the noise up here in MN was 40 over S9 Friday night. On for a few houes.
Then Saturday worked NAQP RTTY then got on for a couple hours after the RTTY
test.

160 is still Top Band....Thanks to all that called in. Saturday night seemed
like much better conditions. Dx heard was strong.

Missed DC,DE,NM,and SD.

See you all this weekend for ARRL DX SSB.

Vry 73 Dave KT0R
 
K7ZSD   Single Op HP   16,7852007-02-27 00:24:29
This was a casual Saturday evening passing through the shack checking out the
band from time to time. A winter rain storm produced S9 plus noise, and I could
only hear the stronger stations. I used Win-Test for the first time, and enjoyed
using it. We might try it this weekend for the ARRL SSB test. The transmit
antenna was the shunt feed 100' tower, and received on the four beverages. My
apologies to those I knew were calling, but couldn’t pull out, seems the
transmit antenna worked better than the noise on the beverages.
 
RU6LA(@UA6LV/RU6LA)   Single Op HP   212,9412007-02-27 01:49:47
Sec: MA, NJ, PA, MD, GA, VA, WV, NS, NF, ON (total 11 QSOs)
I unexpectedly had problems with USA's & VE's stns (badly RX me)
Caribbean: C6ANM, KP4KE, KV4FZ, NP4A, VP2E

Traditionally low acty from AS(I had 12 UA9/0s, JT1C, EX, HZ, TAs, UKs, UNs,
5B, 4L, 4X), OC(VK3IO), AF(CT3, EA8, 7X) and SA(PY5HOT)

EU: DL-112, UA-51, OK-39, UR-39, I-32, SP-25, S5-24, G/GM/GW-22, EA-17, OE-14,
OH-13, SV-11

TS-850+PA, 1/2 sloper@120m, beverages

TNX all for the QSOs & mults!
 
I2WIJ   Single Op LP   11,2062007-02-27 02:24:51
Just for the fun of being there!
 
IZ4DPV(@IO4C)   Single Op HP   358,2282007-02-27 03:11:48
very nice contest.........good signal from central america and north u.s.
73 iz4dpv..op max
 
S57AL   Single Op LP   3,4002007-02-27 03:35:06
CU in next test.
73, Ivo, S57AL
 
WA1Z   Multi-Op HP   10,7572007-02-27 04:02:29
Just got on to stretch the vocal chords for ARRL Phone. :-) 73, Bob WA1Z
 
K4SQR   Single Op HP   21,7922007-02-27 04:03:24
QRN terrible 1st nite!
 
VE3CRU   Single Op HP   17,9202007-02-27 09:56:16
Put in only 2 hours Friday, missed some good mults. Put in 6.5 hours Saturday
and last hour Sunday. Happy with my results, for effort made. No qso's but
teased by OR, NV, CO, AZ, AB, BC, VI, C6, PR, VP9, 6Y and others.

Ran 756 ProII into Ameritron AL-811H running 400-500 watts to Palstar AT1KD
tuner. Damaged antenna was 60' wire up less than 40' with base coil and three
66' radials.

Thanks to all participants and to CQ for sponsoring another great contest.

73, Bill VE3CRU
 
KB1H   Single Op HP   9,0442007-02-27 10:32:53
Still having problems after a concussion, I could only get on a few hours.
Friday night was very noisy so most of the two hours were saturday night where
the DX was worked. What bandplan? What DX Window? Tough to find the DX under
all the domestic activity.
 
S53S   Multi-Op HP   177,5712007-02-27 13:43:39
Better antenna needed. A double L and a inv L at 25m are toys for this
frequency. A big zoo, and lots of very bad signals. 90% of USA stations heard
didnt hear us. Thanks to the group for a good first time effort in cqww 160 ssb
and to all that answered our calls!

73
Bostjan S55O
 
VE3RCN   Single Op LP   12,1002007-02-28 03:36:41
I spent a few hours going up and down the band trying to get contacts. Stations
were clobbering me, or, they didnt need that rare multiplier called VE3 too
badly yet! So, in about 5 hours of operating, I had 48 qsos for 219 points and
20 mults. One hour left in the contest, so I decided that I would just sit on
one freq that was clear, and call CQ. Piced up another 56 qsos, another 5 mults
and boosted the score from 4380 to 12100. That was enjoyable.
 
UU7J   Multi-Op HP   370,5252007-02-28 04:44:36
Thank you all for nice contest and for the qsos. It was really great to work
again our good friends XE1RCS. Thank you guys. First night not good cndx to NA,
but second one was visa virsa. See you again in the contests.
 
KØUK   Single Op HP   1,2752007-02-28 08:21:33
LOT due to NAQP RTTY PTL bill UK
 
CT9L(DJ6QT)   Single Op HP   188,2212007-02-28 09:34:51
Power 3-400 watts, L-Antenna with 40 radials, condx at 2nd day better
 
KØTO   Single Op HP   11,0252007-02-28 10:04:33
Incredible QRN Friday night from the East. Made working anything from Rocky
Mountains to the East Coast just about impossible because no one could us
calling from the West.

Not really much better on Saturday night.

maybe next year will be more satisfying.

Tod, K0TO
 
WØETT   Single Op LP   18,9502007-02-28 12:11:48
Rough condx with static levels 20-30 over 9 Friday night. Saturday evening was
not much better until about 11:00 pm local time when finally could work the
eastern US okay with my IC756 pro 3 and vertical antenna.

73 Ken, W0ETT
 
S56P(@S57M)   Multi-Op HP   364,3642007-02-28 12:30:47
Nice contest, very quite band, I mean QRN, the best score from this location. We
worked unbeleavable 287 DL stations! Thanks to all callers and patient.Bad USA
score - only 16 STNs. See you next time !

Bojan S57M

Mark V + PA
Delta @45m
 
C6ANM   Multi-Op HP   472,2002007-02-28 14:36:45
Another Field Day style operation from the beach on Eleuthera Island. No packet
cluster or internet. Still some generator noise on one beverage. QRN and QRM
like everyone else. Switching beverages nulled the QRM a bit, but also missed
some calls. Sorry if we missed you. Thanks to all who called! Highlights were
3 meals a day on the beach, swimming during daytime and sleeping in hammocks.
Thanks to all who called!
 
IV3OWC   Single Op HP   371,0042007-03-01 03:27:57
great contest , work 31 houres because saturday there are my job .
 
VA3KA(@VE3QAA)   Single Op HP   387,9902007-03-01 05:22:23
Special thanks to Bert VE3QAA for the use of his antenna farm!

Nice to hear so many CCO'ers on the bands. Congratulations to VE3EY, VE3NE and
VE3AP for great scores and competition.

As everyone else is reporting it was very noisy here Friday night (even on the
beverages). Nice EU run at European sunrise. Not too bad Saturday night, but I
did not feel conditions were as good.

Had a very hard time staying focused/awake during that lull from 0200-0600.
Need to figure out how to adjust my pre-contest sleep patterns.

Worked 49 States (missed KL7RA for WAS) and all 10 Canadian provinces (thanks
to VY2LI in the last hour!). Did not get LB/NT/NU/YT of course.

Only real complaint is NA stations calling CQ in the so called DX window. On
MANY occasions I could hear DX calling CQ under USA stations calling CQ. What
is the proper thing to do? Ignore the DX or call them over the LOUD NA station
and get flamed??

See you next year.
 
N7GP(@W7MCO)   Multi-Op HP   92,7282007-03-01 06:19:02
As others have so eloquently reported; QRN FRIDAY NIGHT!!!!! We barely got out
of the chute when the T-Storm extravaganza blew up over the USA midwest.
Missed many east coast mults the first night but did have ZL call in at their
sunset.

2nd night was better noise wise, especially after 0500 Z. Finished WAS (all
50) and VK called in at Aussie sunset. Minor central America participation.
No SA. No EU. No AF. No AS.

Thanks to all who called in. 73, and CU next year.

W7MCO, for the N7GP gang
 
K8XXX(@N8CC)   Multi-Op HP   171,2252007-03-01 08:22:10
Had several EU's call us Friday nite, only one UK on Saturday nite.
 
K1Z(N5IA)   Single Op HP   218,2402007-03-01 21:22:44
When Dave, K1TTT, posted a note on the contest reflector in December inviting
operators to operate his station for the contests which were open, I noted that
the CQ 160 SSB was available. My wife had already approved one trip for me this
winter and a proposed out of country operation for the CQ 160 CW did not
materialize.

I sent Dave an E-mail telling him I would like to operate his station for this
contest. He said to come on, and Priceline.com soon provided the round trip
airline tickets and rental car reservation.

I was interested in having the experience of operating on Top Band from the USA
east coast. I also wanted to see the layout of a Multi-Multi contesting
station.

When the announcement was made by the FCC that the deletion of the requirement
for knowledge of Morse code for US Amateur licensees would begin the same day
the contest would begin, I thought that would be a good excuse to request a
special event callsign. Thus, the request for and assignment of K1Z to
celebrate the US President's Day holiday and the beginning of no Morse code
became a reality.

I worked a normal day on Tuesday, then drove to Phoenix to catch the "redeye"
shortly after midnight. The flight was great and I arrived in Hartford, CT
shortly before noon on Wednesday. Soon I was winding my way through rural CT
and MA, heading northwest towards Dave's QTH in Peru, Mass.

I arrived midafternoon and Dave conducted a quick tour of his antenna farm
while we waded through near knee deep snow. I took a nap and then with an
explanation of the antenna switches, etc., at the 160 Meter station, I was off
for a night of learning the station and The Band.

I slept during the day Thursday and put in another all nighter to get the body
accustomed to the contest schedule. It was very exciting to hear EU stations
calling CQ like they were locals. A number of CW and SSB QSO's were made so I
could get a feel of how the station played, especially the difference between
the high Inverted "V" and the phased Inverted "L"s. At morning greyline in
France I heard a couple of F stations chatting back and forth on SSB. So that
is what it is like from here!!!

Another daytime sleep and I was ready to get going. About 45 minutes before
starting time I picked a spot at 1.852 and called CQ with the intent of staking
a claim. I enjoyed a number of short QSOs and received some good signal
reports. Here we go.

At 0000Z K1Z went live in the contest. The first four hours were unbelievable
for me. A 158 first hour and over 100/hr for four hours is far beyond anything
attainable from the home QTH out west. What a great start. And then it all
went you know where when the storm front in the midwest went ballistic with
lightning strikes. I managed just another couple hundred Qs the rest of the
night and had not heard about 1/2 dozen western states. There was only one CA
in the log. At EU greyline a few stations were worked for mults but there was
no semblance of a run of 10 pointers.

Night 2 was quite even the whole night. A few more EU stations were worked to
the east and then the US west coast finally opened up. Hawaii and VK3IO were
worked to put 2 Oceania mults in the log. 50 state WAS was completed at 1037
when KL7RA called in. I had 941 Qs at the end of night 2.

The contest period change of a few years ago allows the east coast to have a
3rd shot at EU Sunday evening and to sweep any local stragglers into the log.
I was able to add 43 Qs and 5 mults during this period, certainly a great
advantage in scoring vs the western time zones. The final minutes of the
contest were exciting as the much anticipated opening to EU finally started for
my location. The last three Qs in the K1Z log were all new mults from eastern
EU. And then it was over.

Just a few minutes later I heard two UA4 stations and one RA4 station calling
CQ with no takers. An hour later two PA stations and RA4LW were all calling CQ
with no takers. I suppose it is just so common place on the east coast that EU
stations can call CQ without arrousing anyones attention in NA.

I had set a goal to make 1,000 Qs and 200K points. I fell just short on the Q
count but totaled slightly more than the goal of points. For me it was a grand
success. Dave's station worked flawlessly and only propagation and atmospherics
put a slight damper on the overall results.

Dave and I enjoyed a post contest debriefing and then it was off to bed for him
and time for me to pack my bags.

The next morning found me driving through a light New England snowfall as I
headed towards the airport in Hartford. There were no airport delays and I
made it to my home in NM shortly after midnight Tuesday morning.

So ends the saga. Thanks to all the stations who called me and "made my day".
And a super thank you to super host Dave Robbins, K1TTT, for the use of his
station and the opportunity for this experience.

A few more statistics. I worked 870-2 point Qs, 80-5 pointers, and 34-10
pointers. The Ohio Buckeyes were the #1 contributors of Qs in the K1Z log with
a total of 74. PA was a close 2nd with 72 and NY came in 3rd with 61. The
following states/provinces were represented by only ONE Q. BC, DC, KL, MB, ND,
OK, PE, SK & WY. Thanks to those stations for the much needed mults.

73, and CU all next year, de Milt, N5IA aka K1Z
 
KG4IGC   Single Op LP   1,9582007-03-02 02:22:41
Was not too involved in this contest, just wanted to give out some points but
enjoyed it just the same. Next year I will probably put allot more effort in
the contest after I get some more radials in the ground!

Cheers and 73
Frank KG4IGC
 
W3TS   Single Op HP   141,2432007-03-02 05:59:32
Rig: Orion

Amp: pair of 3-500Zs at 1300 watts

Antennas:
TX: 1/8 wave wire Tee (my 60 feet high 80/40M inverted vees and RG-8X feeder
used as a 160M Tee) with 70 - 75foot long radials.
RX: 2 reversable 300' long Beverages NE/SW and SE/NW.

Used N1MM Logger.

I'm still have trouble with the power line noise and on Saturday night my RX
antenna switch failed which made me almost deaf. I scrambled around the shack
trying to find and hook up some sort of replacement switch so I could limp
along through the remainder of the contest. Even simple RX antennas help
tremendously.
 
VE3DC   Multi-Op HP   67,1322007-03-02 12:35:55
Visitors: VE3BAU Adam (a new Ham) and his companion Casandra as well as VA3YP
dropped by for a chat, taking a break from his contesting

Remarks: Funniest thing was when Fred VE3GCP met Raco VA3YP. He took a break
from the radio to meet Raco and asked him his call 3 times, "What
is your call". He finally said:"Well if you are VA3YP, then who is this on the
radio using VA3YP?" Of course it was one of the operators Raco
had helping him at his MS station. We all had fun and some had an education on
working the "Gentlemen's Band". Thanks to all that worked us. Everthing
worked fine and we hope to work everyone on future contests.
73 Rick VE3BK
 
N4GG   Single Op HP   1,1402007-03-02 14:17:35
No time to play.......
 
IK8HCG   Single Op HP   117,6242007-03-02 14:23:43
nice contest with single inverted wire
 
W4NTI   Single Op LP   3842007-03-02 15:55:17
Not a good weekend for Top Band, Thunderstorms all over and all weekend. Thus
a abortive attempt.

Dan/W4NTI
 
N1HTS   Single Op LP   2,9402007-03-02 16:09:17
Thanks to those who pulled me out of the noise.
 
S57S   Single Op HP   227,9122007-03-04 06:15:23
For more I will need some RX antennas. SRI goes to many guys I couldn't copy.

73, Aleksander, S57S
 
VE3TPZ(@VA3MAH)   Multi-Op LP   32,1852007-03-04 10:07:04
friday nite was the quiet for noise could not put full time effort into because
of work schedules,

Saturday evening we had some rig problems ended up swaping out rigs until we
could determine the problem and correct it, Bands were noisy.

Sunday swapped out rigs after finding the problem and correcting it.
 
N9ADG   Multi-Op HP   18,5502007-03-04 22:26:55
Got off a plane, and onto the radio for three hours.
 
XE1RCS   Multi-Op HP   347,1422007-03-05 06:19:34
We had a wonderful time, now for more than a decade. This year XE1JG improve
our RX Beverage system in an incredible way. We had 8 antennas with a long
triple phased Beverage to EU and a double to the South Pacific. This year
everything worked as planed including the our secret weapon: an unlimited
number of "quesadillas" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quesadillas) provided by
our hosts at the ranch.

We worked EU earlier than other years both nights and the stations we worked
had better signals than last year. As every year the cherry of the cake was to
work our eternal competitors and good friends at UU7J, always a challenging
contact from XE.

Thanks to all who call us. And see you next year on both CQ 160... We plan to
be on the CQ 160 CW for the first time.
 
K7BG   Single Op LP   31,1852007-03-10 06:47:21
Condx were so noisy the first night that I didn't even turn on the amp to avoid
being an alligator. Was surprised the how I could work everybody I could hear
with 100w. Only part time in between attending basketball tournaments.

Rig: IC765
Ant: Half sloper
No recieve antenna

CU,

Matt--K7BG
 
KP4KE   Single Op QRP   230,5662007-03-11 08:14:09
CONTEST: CQ-160-SSB
CALLSIGN: KP4KE
CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP 160M QRP
CLAIMED-SCORE: 230566
OPERATORS: KP4KE
CLUB: BCC
NAME: TONY RAMOS
ADDRESS: PO BOX 3094
ADDRESS: AGUADILLA, PR 00605-3094
ADDRESS: (e-mail) kp4ke@excite.com

PLEASE CHECK YOUR QSO AND SEND THE CORRECTION TO MY EMAIL TNX FOR QSO.
MY GOAL WAS TRY TO BEAT MY LOW POWER WORD RECORD IN QRP CLASS (SECOND TRY IN 2
YEARS NO WAY IS HARD FOR QRP THE TOP OF THE BAND).
73&DX DE KP4KE.

QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0001 KP4KE 59 PR KC4PX 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0003 KP4KE 59 PR CL8HAR 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0006 KP4KE 59 PR CL8OQK 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0007 KP4KE 59 PR NJ2F 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0009 KP4KE 59 PR C6ANM 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0013 KP4KE 59 PR N4PN 59 GA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0016 KP4KE 59 PR KD4VRY 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0017 KP4KE 59 PR VE3AP 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0018 KP4KE 59 PR K5GH 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0019 KP4KE 59 PR W4FEG 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0020 KP4KE 59 PR K1LT 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0021 KP4KE 59 PR NT4D 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0021 KP4KE 59 PR K9SG 59 IN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0023 KP4KE 59 PR YV7QP 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0025 KP4KE 59 PR W3TS 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0025 KP4KE 59 PR W9NTO 59 IN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0026 KP4KE 59 PR K2AX 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0027 KP4KE 59 PR WA3AFS 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0027 KP4KE 59 PR W0JLC 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0027 KP4KE 59 PR K8BB 59 MI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0029 KP4KE 59 PR W5OU 59 OK
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0031 KP4KE 59 PR N4XD 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0031 KP4KE 59 PR N2CW 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0032 KP4KE 59 PR K4ADR 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0033 KP4KE 59 PR WA2JQK 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0033 KP4KE 59 PR HI3C 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0034 KP4KE 59 PR VA3KA 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0036 KP4KE 59 PR W6AAN 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0036 KP4KE 59 PR WA4LOX 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0037 KP4KE 59 PR W8GP 59 MI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0038 KP4KE 59 PR WA4TII 59 GA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0039 KP4KE 59 PR WE3C 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0040 KP4KE 59 PR KB9LIE 59 WI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0044 KP4KE 59 PR K1LZ 59 MA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0044 KP4KE 59 PR NA2M 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0045 KP4KE 59 PR WP3C 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0046 KP4KE 59 PR K2EK 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0051 KP4KE 59 PR W3BGN 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0055 KP4KE 59 PR KV4FZ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0057 KP4KE 59 PR W4SVO 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0059 KP4KE 59 PR VA5DX 59 SK
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0100 KP4KE 59 PR N3KS 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0103 KP4KE 59 PR NE3F 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0110 KP4KE 59 PR VP2E 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0112 KP4KE 59 PR VA3DX 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0113 KP4KE 59 PR W2TB 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0114 KP4KE 59 PR W3SO 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0115 KP4KE 59 PR YV4GD 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0115 KP4KE 59 PR 4M4V 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0116 KP4KE 59 PR N1KWF 59 NH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0117 KP4KE 59 PR HK3BVD 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0146 KP4KE 59 PR K5EWJ 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0153 KP4KE 59 PR W4PV 59 TN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0206 KP4KE 59 PR KU1CW 59 MO
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0208 KP4KE 59 PR K7AWB 59 WA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0209 KP4KE 59 PR AD4Z 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0213 KP4KE 59 PR K0HA 59 NE
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0214 KP4KE 59 PR K4TD 59 AL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0215 KP4KE 59 PR N9AKR 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0216 KP4KE 59 PR NG4C 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0220 KP4KE 59 PR VE1ZZ 59 NS
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0221 KP4KE 59 PR W4LJM 59 KY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0221 KP4KE 59 PR KK4SI 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0222 KP4KE 59 PR K4WMS 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0223 KP4KE 59 PR K2TE 59 NH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0223 KP4KE 59 PR W3KLG 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0223 KP4KE 59 PR AA4MM 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0225 KP4KE 59 PR KX4X 59 AL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0227 KP4KE 59 PR W5CR 59 MS
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0229 KP4KE 59 PR KX3K 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0232 KP4KE 59 PR W4OV 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0235 KP4KE 59 PR TI4CF 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0235 KP4KE 59 PR W4RRR 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0240 KP4KE 59 PR K7RL 59 WA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0241 KP4KE 59 PR W2YC 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0244 KP4KE 59 PR UA2FW 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0245 KP4KE 59 PR RU6LA 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0246 KP4KE 59 PR KZ5J 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0247 KP4KE 59 PR N4NO 59 AL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0248 KP4KE 59 PR WT4Q 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0251 KP4KE 59 PR HI8HA 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0252 KP4KE 59 PR N4NX 59 GA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0252 KP4KE 59 PR K3HP 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0253 KP4KE 59 PR K3WW 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0253 KP4KE 59 PR WA5LLX 59 AR
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0254 KP4KE 59 PR N4DWK 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0255 KP4KE 59 PR K9ZMI 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0256 KP4KE 59 PR VA3YP 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0257 KP4KE 59 PR K5ZG 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0301 KP4KE 59 PR W7QF 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0302 KP4KE 59 PR KD5UVV 59 MS
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0304 KP4KE 59 PR CO8NRM 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0307 KP4KE 59 PR UA2FF 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0308 KP4KE 59 PR W4RX 59 TN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0310 KP4KE 59 PR N4VA 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0318 KP4KE 59 PR W4TMR 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0320 KP4KE 59 PR K5QY 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0322 KP4KE 59 PR W3EKT 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0328 KP4KE 59 PR K9FO 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0328 KP4KE 59 PR N3UM 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0328 KP4KE 59 PR KC4D 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0330 KP4KE 59 PR AC8G 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0330 KP4KE 59 PR W8RJL 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0333 KP4KE 59 PR W3DQ 59 DC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0336 KP4KE 59 PR AA3B 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0343 KP4KE 59 PR K8XXX 59 MI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0343 KP4KE 59 PR W4ANK 59 SC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0343 KP4KE 59 PR K2UOP 59 WV
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0344 KP4KE 59 PR N3ST 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0346 KP4KE 59 PR N5AN 59 LA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0350 KP4KE 59 PR N1UR 59 VT
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0352 KP4KE 59 PR K8DV 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0352 KP4KE 59 PR K4ZOO 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0353 KP4KE 59 PR AE1Q 59 ME
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0354 KP4KE 59 PR N8TR 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0354 KP4KE 59 PR WP4U 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0355 KP4KE 59 PR W1CTN 59 CT
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0355 KP4KE 59 PR K8QM 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0357 KP4KE 59 PR WM8I 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0400 KP4KE 59 PR YV5MBX 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0402 KP4KE 59 PR K1FE 59 MA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0405 KP4KE 59 PR AC1AA 59 MA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0406 KP4KE 59 PR K1HAP 59 NH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0413 KP4KE 59 PR K3OQ 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0416 KP4KE 59 PR KY5R 59 AL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0429 KP4KE 59 PR N7RQ 59 AZ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0441 KP4KE 59 PR XE1RCS 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0443 KP4KE 59 PR AA2MF 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0443 KP4KE 59 PR NT2A 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0445 KP4KE 59 PR RL3A 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0446 KP4KE 59 PR NX9T 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0452 KP4KE 59 PR 6Y1W 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0454 KP4KE 59 PR W4HZ 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0457 KP4KE 59 PR N3HBX 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0500 KP4KE 59 PR W3LL 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0624 KP4KE 59 PR K8T 59 WV
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0642 KP4KE 59 PR ND8DX 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 0653 KP4KE 59 PR VE3NE 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2251 KP4KE 59 PR W4MYA 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2311 KP4KE 59 PR K2XA 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2313 KP4KE 59 PR K2FL 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2313 KP4KE 59 PR W3BW 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2314 KP4KE 59 PR WB2UFF 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2315 KP4KE 59 PR W4JVN 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2321 KP4KE 59 PR HI3TEJ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2324 KP4KE 59 PR VE3EY 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2328 KP4KE 59 PR W3GH 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2330 KP4KE 59 PR K4SO 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2332 KP4KE 59 PR K2OWE 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2333 KP4KE 59 PR N2BZP 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2335 KP4KE 59 PR NO8R 59 MI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2336 KP4KE 59 PR K8NK 59 MI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2336 KP4KE 59 PR VA3DXV 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2337 KP4KE 59 PR N2ZX 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2341 KP4KE 59 PR K3SWZ 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2342 KP4KE 59 PR K3KO 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2343 KP4KE 59 PR W5GFR 59 WV
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2343 KP4KE 59 PR WA4TT 59 GA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-24 2358 KP4KE 59 PR DK8ZB 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0000 KP4KE 59 PR WE9N 59 IN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0003 KP4KE 59 PR EA3OR 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0004 KP4KE 59 PR S53S 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0005 KP4KE 59 PR IK4SPB 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0006 KP4KE 59 PR K1EY 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0006 KP4KE 59 PR N4DX 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0007 KP4KE 59 PR HB9CXZ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0008 KP4KE 59 PR EC2DX 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0009 KP4KE 59 PR CT3DL 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0009 KP4KE 59 PR OH5Z 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0010 KP4KE 59 PR W1EM 59 MA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0011 KP4KE 59 PR OH5LF 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0012 KP4KE 59 PR EA2ARU 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0016 KP4KE 59 PR DD1LD 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0017 KP4KE 59 PR M1ENI 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0018 KP4KE 59 PR S50A 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0019 KP4KE 59 PR DC1LEX 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0021 KP4KE 59 PR DK7MCK 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0022 KP4KE 59 PR K4HA 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0024 KP4KE 59 PR W4RYW 59 AL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0025 KP4KE 59 PR K4OO 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0026 KP4KE 59 PR K4QXX 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0026 KP4KE 59 PR SN3R 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0028 KP4KE 59 PR EA6SX 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0030 KP4KE 59 PR KJ5UZ 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0031 KP4KE 59 PR N4WW 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0032 KP4KE 59 PR CT1CFJ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0036 KP4KE 59 PR W4JAM 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0044 KP4KE 59 PR N1DD 59 MA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0044 KP4KE 59 PR W3BP 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0047 KP4KE 59 PR DL5MEV 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0047 KP4KE 59 PR W1JGS 59 MA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0048 KP4KE 59 PR EA5EH 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0050 KP4KE 59 PR OE1WEU 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0050 KP4KE 59 PR EA2AZZ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0051 KP4KE 59 PR W2ED 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0051 KP4KE 59 PR SP1MVG 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0052 KP4KE 59 PR EA5DF 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0053 KP4KE 59 PR SP1O 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0054 KP4KE 59 PR SP1QY 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0054 KP4KE 59 PR VE3NZ 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0056 KP4KE 59 PR K5ZD 59 MA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0058 KP4KE 59 PR EA3GHQ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0102 KP4KE 59 PR VE2UMS 59 QC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0103 KP4KE 59 PR N7DC 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0104 KP4KE 59 PR W2CG 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0105 KP4KE 59 PR UU7J 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0109 KP4KE 59 PR RZ3QZ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0112 KP4KE 59 PR DL8NBE 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0113 KP4KE 59 PR UZ7M 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0114 KP4KE 59 PR K0KX 59 MN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0115 KP4KE 59 PR DH2RTW 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0116 KP4KE 59 PR DL7PV 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0117 KP4KE 59 PR EA2AAZ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0119 KP4KE 59 PR UR4QQF 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0119 KP4KE 59 PR RK3DZD 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0121 KP4KE 59 PR SP2QCW 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0123 KP4KE 59 PR SP2HAI 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0123 KP4KE 59 PR SP2CYK 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0125 KP4KE 59 PR SP2Y 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0128 KP4KE 59 PR 9A2VR 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0131 KP4KE 59 PR DL6MFK 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0133 KP4KE 59 PR W4UNP 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0134 KP4KE 59 PR DL1ZH 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0136 KP4KE 59 PR AD4TR 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0136 KP4KE 59 PR K8GW 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0137 KP4KE 59 PR OE9R 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0154 KP4KE 59 PR UT5A 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0205 KP4KE 59 PR W7IZL 59 MT
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0209 KP4KE 59 PR IV3OWC 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0226 KP4KE 59 PR EA5DWS 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0226 KP4KE 59 PR US0LW 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0227 KP4KE 59 PR IV3TMV 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0229 KP4KE 59 PR IK8UND 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0230 KP4KE 59 PR WC4H 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0230 KP4KE 59 PR 4O1A 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0231 KP4KE 59 PR KR4OW 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0232 KP4KE 59 PR CU2AF 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0233 KP4KE 59 PR DK0IW 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0234 KP4KE 59 PR K1DFT 59 RI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0235 KP4KE 59 PR K9NR 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0237 KP4KE 59 PR DO2ML 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0238 KP4KE 59 PR HB9AUS 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0239 KP4KE 59 PR DK9HN 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0239 KP4KE 59 PR W5CWQ 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0240 KP4KE 59 PR W3ZZ 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0241 KP4KE 59 PR W2KJC 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0242 KP4KE 59 PR KU2M 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0243 KP4KE 59 PR DL8GP 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0244 KP4KE 59 PR VE6SF 59 AB
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0244 KP4KE 59 PR S56P 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0245 KP4KE 59 PR W0FLS 59 IA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0247 KP4KE 59 PR IZ4DPV 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0249 KP4KE 59 PR IK8HCG 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0250 KP4KE 59 PR VE6DO 59 AB
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0251 KP4KE 59 PR W4VGX 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0251 KP4KE 59 PR K4YFR 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0252 KP4KE 59 PR K9RS 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0301 KP4KE 59 PR K4BAI 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0302 KP4KE 59 PR KA1DWX 59 DE
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0306 KP4KE 59 PR KI4MZS 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0310 KP4KE 59 PR K4VZ 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0312 KP4KE 59 PR NK7U 59 OR
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0313 KP4KE 59 PR W8FJ 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0314 KP4KE 59 PR KI6CG 59 CA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0321 KP4KE 59 PR K6NN 59 CA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0324 KP4KE 59 PR W5NDS 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0327 KP4KE 59 PR N4FX 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0335 KP4KE 59 PR W0BH 59 KS
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0340 KP4KE 59 PR AF1T 59 NH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0340 KP4KE 59 PR N3ND 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0341 KP4KE 59 PR N3DXX 59 DE
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0347 KP4KE 59 PR K1Z 59 MA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0351 KP4KE 59 PR K0RF 59 CO
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0353 KP4KE 59 PR EA1DVY 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0356 KP4KE 59 PR EA5JK 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0357 KP4KE 59 PR W6LW 59 CA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0405 KP4KE 59 PR VE3XN 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0412 KP4KE 59 PR K7RAT 59 OR
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0418 KP4KE 59 PR AB8NB 59 MI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0423 KP4KE 59 PR WA8MTI 59 MI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0423 KP4KE 59 PR WA9WJJ 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0429 KP4KE 59 PR W8TE 59 MI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0430 KP4KE 59 PR KU4JZ 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0433 KP4KE 59 PR WB8TDG 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0434 KP4KE 59 PR S53O 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0436 KP4KE 59 PR W3RJ 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0437 KP4KE 59 PR WB4MSG 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0438 KP4KE 59 PR W2FMB 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0440 KP4KE 59 PR OH1XX 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0450 KP4KE 59 PR DK6WL 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0452 KP4KE 59 PR DL1Z 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0455 KP4KE 59 PR K9MMS 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0457 KP4KE 59 PR W2II 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0500 KP4KE 59 PR AE1P 59 NH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0501 KP4KE 59 PR WB2KLD 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0502 KP4KE 59 PR N4WR 59 SC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0505 KP4KE 59 PR K0EA 59 MN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0507 KP4KE 59 PR K3ATO 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0508 KP4KE 59 PR CT3BD 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0508 KP4KE 59 PR WF1Z 59 RI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0509 KP4KE 59 PR WA9TZE 59 WI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0510 KP4KE 59 PR WW2Y 59 NE
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0511 KP4KE 59 PR EA5EG 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0512 KP4KE 59 PR K8VUS 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0514 KP4KE 59 PR N3JT 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0516 KP4KE 59 PR DJ9A 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0518 KP4KE 59 PR W9NM 59 IN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0518 KP4KE 59 PR K3DI 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0520 KP4KE 59 PR WB2UBW 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0522 KP4KE 59 PR I8CZW 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0523 KP4KE 59 PR WA2MCR 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0524 KP4KE 59 PR EA5BJI 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0530 KP4KE 59 PR KB4BR 59 NC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0532 KP4KE 59 PR DJ8OG 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0549 KP4KE 59 PR K7ZS 59 OR
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0550 KP4KE 59 PR IQ5GR 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0552 KP4KE 59 PR AB2DE 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0553 KP4KE 59 PR W4EW 59 GA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0554 KP4KE 59 PR KD2I 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0555 KP4KE 59 PR EB1WW 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0556 KP4KE 59 PR W3RL 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0557 KP4KE 59 PR K9ZW 59 WI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0558 KP4KE 59 PR K1MO 59 RI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0558 KP4KE 59 PR K3ZO 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0559 KP4KE 59 PR I4FYF 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0559 KP4KE 59 PR AD5UQ 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0601 KP4KE 59 PR KQ8RP 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0601 KP4KE 59 PR K9IDQ 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0603 KP4KE 59 PR KC8JSW 59 WV
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0603 KP4KE 59 PR K0PK 59 MN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0604 KP4KE 59 PR KB5KYX 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0605 KP4KE 59 PR W8KEN 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0607 KP4KE 59 PR IZ6ERS 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0608 KP4KE 59 PR W8GNM 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0610 KP4KE 59 PR AJ1M 59 WV
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0611 KP4KE 59 PR W0HXL 59 NE
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0614 KP4KE 59 PR G3VAO 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0615 KP4KE 59 PR N0VZT 59 MN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0615 KP4KE 59 PR NQ5D 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0617 KP4KE 59 PR N2ETJ 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0618 KP4KE 59 PR N7US 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0620 KP4KE 59 PR G6M 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0622 KP4KE 59 PR K3CR 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0623 KP4KE 59 PR N3TR 59 PA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0625 KP4KE 59 PR K9UW 59 WI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0626 KP4KE 59 PR N1ZZ 59 CT
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0626 KP4KE 59 PR VE3MIS 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0626 KP4KE 59 PR K9TY 59 WI
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0629 KP4KE 59 PR DL5KUT 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0630 KP4KE 59 PR DL5JS 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0632 KP4KE 59 PR WB4SQ 59 GA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0632 KP4KE 59 PR K7BG 59 MT
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0633 KP4KE 59 PR W5WMU 59 LA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0635 KP4KE 59 PR N2EK 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0635 KP4KE 59 PR KB7ZR 59 WA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0637 KP4KE 59 PR K2CS 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0642 KP4KE 59 PR K1TO 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0645 KP4KE 59 PR W9IU 59 IN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0645 KP4KE 59 PR NS3T 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0646 KP4KE 59 PR K8WDQ 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0647 KP4KE 59 PR K7OX 59 WA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0647 KP4KE 59 PR XE1XMM 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0649 KP4KE 59 PR K8YN 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0651 KP4KE 59 PR G5O 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0652 KP4KE 59 PR K5RX 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0654 KP4KE 59 PR W6YI 59 CA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0655 KP4KE 59 PR G3JMJ 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0656 KP4KE 59 PR K8DJC 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0656 KP4KE 59 PR W6OAR 59 CA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0658 KP4KE 59 PR W8LGJ 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0659 KP4KE 59 PR WX3B 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0700 KP4KE 59 PR VE3KP 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0702 KP4KE 59 PR AC0W 59 MN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0705 KP4KE 59 PR CT5L 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0706 KP4KE 59 PR AB9H 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0709 KP4KE 59 PR N2NT 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0711 KP4KE 59 PR K5KT 59 CA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0713 KP4KE 59 PR K6GNX 59 NV
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0520 KP4KE 59 PR WO4DX 59 GA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0757 KP4KE 59 PR 6F75A 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0857 KP4KE 59 PR XE2TZP 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0859 KP4KE 59 PR VO1TA 59 NF
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0909 KP4KE 59 PR W7CB 59 CA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0910 KP4KE 59 PR KI7M 59 OR
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0912 KP4KE 59 PR KG6AO 59 CA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0912 KP4KE 59 PR N4MM 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0913 KP4KE 59 PR W5RTA 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0914 KP4KE 59 PR K0RC 59 MN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0917 KP4KE 59 PR WA9DX 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0917 KP4KE 59 PR KC8IVC 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0918 KP4KE 59 PR K8MN 59 WV
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0921 KP4KE 59 PR KA6HWY 59 IN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0922 KP4KE 59 PR K0KT 59 IA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0923 KP4KE 59 PR WB8JUI 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0925 KP4KE 59 PR K4MIJ 59 TN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0925 KP4KE 59 PR NS0D 59 IA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0927 KP4KE 59 PR W8SYD 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0927 KP4KE 59 PR N2ED 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0927 KP4KE 59 PR NN2E 59 KY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0929 KP4KE 59 PR K2YLH 59 NJ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0930 KP4KE 59 PR W9JXN 59 IL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0933 KP4KE 59 PR AC9X 59 IN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0934 KP4KE 59 PR WB9CIF 59 IN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0935 KP4KE 59 PR VE7CC 59 BC
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0937 KP4KE 59 PR W0NC 59 MO
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0941 KP4KE 59 PR KA8HNQ 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0941 KP4KE 59 PR NN4AA 59 FL
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0945 KP4KE 59 PR K7ZSD 59 OR
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0948 KP4KE 59 PR XE2TH 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0949 KP4KE 59 PR W5ROS 59 TX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 0949 KP4KE 59 PR K4UZ 59 KY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1000 KP4KE 59 PR KL7RA 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1006 KP4KE 59 PR K3WI 59 MD
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1009 KP4KE 59 PR VO1NO/VE3 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1010 KP4KE 59 PR K8NVR 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1015 KP4KE 59 PR N7GP 59 AZ
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1019 KP4KE 59 PR NP4A 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1021 KP4KE 59 PR K8MP 59 OH
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1027 KP4KE 59 PR W2RR 59 NY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1033 KP4KE 59 PR AC7NO 59 WY
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1049 KP4KE 59 PR NA4K 59 TN
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 1051 KP4KE 59 PR N9ADG 59 WA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2228 KP4KE 59 PR LN9Z 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2245 KP4KE 59 PR HG8DX 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2304 KP4KE 59 PR YL7X 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2320 KP4KE 59 PR SP7MTF 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2322 KP4KE 59 PR DJ2YA 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2324 KP4KE 59 PR I2NFW 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2331 KP4KE 59 PR OK1TP 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2350 KP4KE 59 PR IV3MUC 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2357 KP4KE 59 PR EI2JD 59 DX
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2359 KP4KE 59 PR N4DJ 59 VA
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2359 KP4KE 59 PR VE3EXY 59 ON
QSO: 1800 PH 2007-02-25 2359 KP4KE 59 PR DD2D 59 DX
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N2WN   Single Op LP   12007-03-12 09:53:58
Worked K1Z mobile from KY4L's vehicle on the way to start the NCQP, well after
sunrise, good ears!

73,
Julius
n2wn
 
SN3R(SP6HEQ)   Single Op HP   442,1762007-03-27 00:59:00
TS850S + GU43B
Full size vertical + 90 radials
4 SQ K9AY
1 BEVERAGE US direction
1 BEVERAGE JA direction

Wieslaw, SP6HEQ
 
N2CW   Multi-Op HP   351,2302007-04-01 10:09:17
This was our 4th SJDXA club entry in this contest. It has become our primary
"annual" club activity. We share the wonderful 160 antenna
farm with the W2GD 160 contest team here at the former site of coastal
marine station WSC (now WYRS FM broadcast site). Friday night was
difficult. We had a couple of equipment failures as well as very high
atmospheric noise! But after some reconfiguring on Saturday afternoon,
we were well prepared for the Saturday night activity which brought
excellent band conditions. Europe was coming in well throughout the
evening. Special thanks to the W2GD contest team and to WYRS (our
host). It turned out to be a very fun weekend for our entire team of
16 operators!

Rig: IC746PRO/FT1000MP MKV - AL1200, IC756PROII/IC746, - Drake L7 (mult),
TS870S (extra RX)

Antennas: Two 200 foot high combinable slopers (one NE and one W) with delta
loop reflector in between, hung on a 300 foot marsh based tower at the old HF
marine site of WSC. Vertical Dipole.

Six beverages: NE (twin phased), E, N/S, SW, W and NW (staggered phased).