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Georgia QSO Party   2017   Apr 8   Claimed Score

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Call: VE9AA
Operator(s): VE9AA
Station: VE9AA

Class: Single OpCW HP
QTH: NB
Operating Time (hrs):
Location: Out of State/Province
Radios: SO2R  

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandCW-Dig QsPh Qs
160:1
80:15
40:40
20:45
15:
10:
6:
Total:1010CW-Dig Mults50Ph Mults0Total Score10,100

 

Club: Maritime Contest Club

Comments:     [email]     2017-04-09 17:33:38
An hour here, 10 mins there. Was able to work a handful of GA stns by CQing, but surprised by the number of out of state fellas (& EU's) that called me. I can't imagine that when my CQ was usually something along the lines of: 'CQ GA CQ GA VE9AA GQP' that they thought I was really in Georgia? (The VE prefix should've been a real big hint, hi hi !)...but it's all good. Just havin' fun, so whatever. Looks like the W4AN/m operation didn't take off, but I did work John and Jeff separately. Sorry I could not QSY to 160m for a sked John, but I had to QRT. Did manage 1 GA QSO on 160m near the end, and not in total darkness either. At roughly 1300miles, GA is just about at the limits of what I can do on 40m during full sun, but even so, mostly only home stations were workable until an hour or so before sundown and then I did have fun hunting the mobiles. 20m was OK, but not a peep on 15m. I even alternated/dual CQ'd both afternoons, but only lit up the PJ2A skimmer on 15m and lots of others on 20m of course. 80m was a struggle (QRN + SUN), but there were a few home stns and a couple mobile Q's made at the end. All in all, I felt activity was down from previous years, but I didn't put in a full time effort. Thanks to all the GA stns for getting on ! Worked all the 1x1 special event N4-single letter callsigns. Notable mobiles: N0G, N4N, KN4Y....home stn John, K4BAI in here most of the contest. WTG Guys Antennas for Radio 1: 10m = A3S ()what's 10m?() 15m = Wire 5el K1WA/K3LR SVDA (100% parasitic + homebrew) 20m = Wire + Aluminum 4-square (Comtek) 40m = Wire 4-square in the trees (Comtek) 80m = Wire 4-square in the trees (Comtek) 160m = Wire 2-el array of inverted L’s in the trees (Comtek w/ homebrew controller) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Antenna for Radio 2 ZS6BKW w/ 15m inv vee add-on (@avg height ~15ft due to recent ice storm) No RX antennas Rigs: 2 x IC-7410’s, YCCC SO2R+ box, N3ZN ZN-9 paddle, Yamaha CM500 headset, N1MM+ logger (Usually LP but have 2 small 600w amps when doing HP in select contests) CU (all of sudden) in the next one! dit dit -Mike VE9AA in NB