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K7ULS   SOSB10 LP   85,4402012-03-24 18:21:35
5 ELE Monobander (LJ105CA)
FT-897D (100w)
Good contest. Thanks to all those worked.
73 de K7ULS
 
DM4DX   SOSB40 LP   277,4822012-03-25 04:44:53
Nica as usual. Unfortunately my 18m pole broke...
 
VA3GKO   SOAB LP   111,7052012-03-25 06:13:28
Part time effort but it sounds like some great scores are out there this year.
Thank's to all the stations that worked me it was fun while it lasted.
Greg. va3gko.
 
KB7QND   SOSB80(TS) LP   12,9482012-03-25 06:48:35
This is the very first time I've worked a single band during a contest and the
first time I've operated on 80m for more than 3 hours. I worked more stations
than expected. The voice keyer was my biggest friend, I couldn't have
accomplished this without it. As a General, its a real grind on this band
without being able to play in the Extra area...reason to upgrade soon. I was
disappointed in not being able to hear any Hawaii, Carribean, or Mexico
stations as I did during the ARRL DX a few weekends ago. Thanks to everyone
for being patient with my signal and helping me out!!
 
OK6MA   SOSB15 HP   120,2882012-03-25 08:16:42
FT950 + PA 4xGU50, 5-band 2-element quad @ 16m, 400W
Nice contest, thans all for QSO, CU next time.
73! Marek OK6MA
 
NF8J   SOSB15 LP   237,1502012-03-25 08:35:40
K3, TH11DX, N1MM LOGGING.
 
HK6P   SOSB80 LP   185,4402012-03-25 09:07:13
IC 765 70W
DIPOLE
 
T6MO(K9GY)   SOSB10 LP   163,1802012-03-25 10:23:47
Well not bad for a CW op using a hand mike and no voice keyer, HAH! Depending on
what T6JP did...I broke the record mult total for T6 (172). I don't have a peak
reading meter...meter only deflected about 20 w most of the time.

I did learn there's a NA opening on 20m @ 03z (730am local).

Nice to work PW7T. Heard him at 10z then eventually worked at 1112z. South
America is tough from here (not like back in Illinois!). Also nice to contact
TR8CA in addition to Pavel RU5A (from WRTC 2010 event).

Missed the 09-11z time on day one (130-330pm local) which at 11z sounded like
it might have been productive. Having the K index at 3 or 4 threw me off.

Hope to be active for Yuri Gagarin and/or JIDXC coming up soon.

All the best.... CQ CONTEST!.... DAYTON!
Eric

Yaesu FT-857D
RadioWavz 40-10 OCF dipole at 28'
 
G6T(G4MKP)   SO(A)AB HP   138,9682012-03-25 10:45:47
Thanks for the Qs everyone.

Cheers,

Terry/G4MKP
 
EA5ON   SOSB15 HP   92,4002012-03-25 11:04:10
After a lot of chiding from Dave EC5KXA/HK1A, I finally decided to see about
operating a contest from the seaside using a vertically polarised beam. One of
the reasons I actually got off my backside and did it was because Victor EA5KV
had a 2 element monoband quad for 15 in his garage and suggested I use it :)).

As usual it was a last minute Heath-Robinson affair, held together with
insulating tape and leaning dangerously to one side. The way it was set up, I
had no reference antenna to compare it with, nor a rotator, nor a compass to
know which was I was beaming (I knew +/-, not very scientific). At first nobody
at all could hear me, I attribute that to having the amplifier switch on 20
instead of 15. Ahem. Once that was fixed I settled into a nice rythmn,
alternating s+p with running. Not much in the way of DX but did get a few JAs,
lots of asiatic russians, a KL7, and a few africans and north and south
americans.

My laptop converter blew up so after logging 200 stations and the laptop
battery giving up, I switched over to good old paper and pen, so the score is
approximate only. At 300 QSOs /3.5 hours I had to pull the plug.

Thanks for the QSOs, thanks to Dave for egging me on (next time will be bigger
and better), and to Vic for lending me "La Rana". (La Rana (the frog) is so
called because every time it leaves home, the heavens open. Today seems like
the first day that hasn't happened!)

73 de Duncan EA5ON
 
EA4KD   SOAB HP   2,298,3182012-03-25 13:12:55
Nice contest until I fainted around 22 Saturday (last QSO logged). Not good idea
contesting and to be alone at home.

73 DX de Pedro, EA4KD
 
WU6W   SOAB(TS) HP   360,1582012-03-25 13:16:27
Work cut my time short, 2 element Tribander at 14 feet, 43 foot wire fed with
UNUN and Tuner for bands above 20 meters. Boys from Brazil had my third highest
country count ! Nice to hear Europe for a change. What would we do without the
JA guys ??
 
OK1JOC   SO(A)AB LP   367,7802012-03-25 13:29:25
FT950,zepp.
 
SP1NY   SOSB15(TS) LP   323,7452012-03-25 13:34:19
Part time effort in relaxing style.
As usual was nice to meet many firends.
Moderate condx.
Thanks to all for Qs.

73, Mirek SP1NY

Rigs:
FTDX-5000 @100W
Ultrabeam UB-50
N1MM logger
 
OK6RA   SO(A)SB15(TS) LP   394,8252012-03-25 13:38:14
Very compromise antenna - vertical dipol on the balcony (2nd floor of apartment
building) and QRM 59 from 17:00 UTC to 04:00. So it was not possible to operate
trought night :-(.It seems like switching power supply in the neighborhood. But
I was surprised at a few stations from the VK/ZL that comes on my CQ :-).

It was my first WPX contest after many years in the SO category and I found
that is also possible to make QSO with LP and single element antenna :-)

73! Vaclav

RIG:
FT840
100W
vertical dipol (also for 1 QSO on the 15m)
 
KG9Z   SOSB15(TS) LP   106,3872012-03-25 13:42:11
Out of circle for Club (SMC)

Had fun....100 watts and a mini beam.
 
K6CTA   SO(A)AB HP   258,5002012-03-25 14:13:50
I wound up spending a lot more time than I thought I would in this. Heavy rain
on Saturday kept me inside, and what better way to spend the day than on the
radio fighting QRM on SSB!! For whatever reason, "Charlie-Tango-Alfa" did not
seem to carry, and was lost in translation more times than I can count. It was
pretty frustrating to have any number of permutations come back to me....I have
no idea what a better group of phonetics would be. Not to mention that these
three have served me well for decades. On Sunday, I was so exasperated that I
stopped and did my kid's taxes!! And was happy to do it.....

Nice EU and AF openings. Friday night was the best night on 40M; the rain on
Saturday made the band pretty noisy. Installed the SVGA card for my P3 a week
ago; it was fun to have a big-screen bandscope. Not sure how useful it is, but
very impressive! Thanks for the Q's.

73,
Ed - K6CTA

Equip:
Elecraft K3/P3
Alpha 89
8 ele F-12 yagi
43' Vertical
 
N8XX   SOAB QRP   20,9002012-03-25 14:22:03
Wow, operating SSB contest QRP should be brought before the International War
Crimes court for "cruel and unusual punishment." :) This is especially true
for the first day of the contest.

15 turned out to be the best band, on Sunday afternoon. First hit my goal of
50, then decided to try for 75, things were going so well I tried for 100, with
10 extras because I'm almost sure I screwed up the log in a couple places
because I manually didn't change the band (Remind me to figure a way to hook up
my Ancient boat anchor to my computer. It doesn't have serial frequency
output.)

Anyway, for what it's worth, it turned out to be an "interesting exercise." I
congratulate the several DX stations ops who "stuck with" my pipsquoke signal
and pulled me through the QRN/QRM! As some of my contesting friends say, when
running QRP it's not a matter of the QRP station's operating skill, it's a
matter of the excellent receiving skill on the other end!
 
EI2CN   SO(A)SB15 HP   4,516,0422012-03-25 14:57:44
That was one great contest. KH6 land was coming in like gang busters about
20:00. The band was best on Saturday but improved on Sunday evening from what
it had been earlier in the day. I have not had as much fun in a phone contest
in some time.

K3 and P3
SPE Expert 2k running 1500W the new EI contest upper limit
4 element SteppIR at 80 feet
micor Keyer II
WinTest

Life is good. Thank you to all who gave me a call.

73 Doug EI2CN
 
W6ONV   SOSB20 LP   2,9242012-03-25 14:57:57
I knew I should have run with high power with the amp, but opted for low power
on 20M. Probably not the best decision, as 15M seemed to be more active from
what I saw. It was a rather frustrating 3.5 hours to start the contest. Once I
got to 50 QSOs I turned everything off and walked out. The following day I
spent about 6 hours at NR6O with some experienced ops and put some time in
working 15M/40M. Much more enjoyable, all in a good weekend...

Steve
W6ONV
 
WB4OMM   SO(A)AB LP   877,6462012-03-25 15:01:13
280' loop antenna at 35 feet; FT-2000, AT1000Pro, Heil ProSet Plus, N1MM Logging
program.....what a blast! The "spots" were here!! Worked China, Mongolia,
Pacific, everywhere!
 
GØDCK   SOSB160 LP   5,7772012-03-25 15:09:06
USING A 175 FT VERT ,BANDS NOT VERY GOOD,THANKS TO ALL 73
 
W6SX   SOAB HP   70,5842012-03-25 15:20:16
K3, ACOM 2000A, wire antenna at 46 feet with Matchboxes, N1MM.
 
NF4A(NF4A+PACKET)   SO(A)AB HP   4,901,4122012-03-25 15:34:32
Missed my goal of 1000 prefixes and 5M points but still had a great time. Should
have managed my time better and would have exceeded my goal. 10 meters was "OK".
There was an interesting opening mid/late afternoon into Europe which surprised
me. 80 meters was very noisy here with local storms on Friday night and
continued on Saturday night. Thanks to all who called.
 
VO1MX   SOSB40 LP   242012-03-25 15:44:48
Went looking for Dave ZL/VO1AU on 40 and found a VK4 as well. My sons hockey
keeps me away from contesting these days.
 
PY6KY   SOSB40 LP   368,5622012-03-25 15:52:00
For family and work commitments, only been active for 10:00.
Thanks for playing.
Congratulations to the organizers and to the CQ WPX CW.
All 73's
Ramon PY6KY
 
HB9MH   M/S HP   6,059,8442012-03-25 16:02:30
Wow ! Wonderfull contest ! We were not sure to partecipate, then we began
slowly, but pillup came and we went on... Best result in HB9 since 1975 !
Everything was perfect ! on 160 and 10, just a few propagation, but enough to
do some points... See you next year maybe !
Best 73 de HB9OCR/HB9MH
 
WØPAN   SOAB LP   304,7322012-03-25 16:04:02
All S and P. Reoriented the G5RV to a sloper - 18 feet on one end and 6 ft on
the other. Worked great on 75 - finally had Q's on that band. The conditions
were great through Sunday morning - then whamo! Great to talk to all my old
friends from across the country who are requlars since "forever". On to the
next contest challenge.
 
DM9K(DL2OBF)   SO(A)AB HP   5,774,0402012-03-25 16:07:19
Special thanks to Toffy, DJ6ZM, who hosted me at his fine station in Munich.
 
AB1OD   SO(A)AB(R) LP   529,9202012-03-25 16:32:07
Definitely less grueling than the ARRL DX SSB contest. I'm almost tempted to
not gripe about preferring CW and RTTY tests.

Propagation seems to be somewhat improved from the past few contests I've been
in. I actually heard a couple of workable Chinese stations, something that I
haven't encountered from this QTH before. (Granted, I've only been on HF for
not-quite a year, and I don't really have the antennas to chase that part of
the world...) Grey-line Sunday morning was particularly nice even in spite of
the static crashes. At some point, I'm going to have to tally up how many
band-entities I picked up this weekend.

Hope conditions are at least this good, preferably better, for WPX CW.

Station: Icom IC7000, barefoot, Carolina Windom @ 20m for 10-80, Inverted-L for
160.

Thanks for the Q's.
 
N2FF   M/S HP   672,6722012-03-25 16:35:55
Although conditions were not good the first day it was the best part of the
contest. My 13 year old granddaughter Georgia was making her first contacts
since getting her license less than a month ago. After she watched me make a
few contacts she was off and pouncing. We had about four hours in which she
could contest before I had to get her home but she did make nearly 200 QSOs.
We were unable to get a run going due to poor conditions and noise. She did a
great job and had great fun finding stations on the band map and then posting
ones she found on her own with me sitting next to her tuning the amp and making
sure we stayed in the bands. In all she made almost a third of the contacts and
I believe has the motivation to pass the General exam next month. She has all
the makings of a real competitive operator. She caught on very quickly and had
no problems with the DX accents.

The bands were were much better Sunday and I was able to run a few times. I
would like to have seen Georgia enjoy that experince but there will be a next
time. We have a great GOTA operator now ready for Field Day.
 
NN6NN(W6XK)   SOAB HP   22,0002012-03-25 16:42:17
GOAL: 100 Qs X 100 Ms
 
NX9T   SOAB(TS) HP   330,6722012-03-25 16:46:53
Had a lot of fun during the time I was on the air (a little less than 7 hours).
Operated the entire time on a 40m dipole (even when on 15m) due to my quad being
inoperative at the moment. Thanks to all for a great time.

73,
Jeff NX9T
 
K1LZ(N8BO)   SOAB HP   10,392,5642012-03-25 16:52:53
TNX all for pts.
73 de N8BO Miki
 
W7WHY   SOAB LP   22,6602012-03-25 16:53:26
Oh, well, guess a contest is a contest even if it's SSB :-) 73
Tom W7WHY
 
KS7AA(@W7RN)   M/S HP   7,956,8822012-03-25 17:01:57
Very interesting conditions on the left coast. Best hours were 0300Z to 0500Z
Saturday night when there was a polar opening on 20 to Russia that followed
their sunrise from Asia to Western Europe.

Very disappointing 10M and 80M conditions.
 
K4AMA   SOSB20 LP   41,1342012-03-25 17:03:51
First CQ WW WPX... very much enjoyed this and thanks for the Q's!
73, Tony/K4AMA
 
N3MX   SO(A)AB HP   508,6202012-03-25 17:04:38
A little casual fun.
 
PP1CZ   SOAB HP   3,269,1562012-03-25 17:04:48
I experienced a very bad propagation, but I could enjoy the Contest anyway.
Thank you all for the QSO and hope to see you in the next one.
Best 73 from PP1CZ - Léo.
 
SV5DKL   SO(A)AB(TS) HP   4,290,8802012-03-25 17:04:59
My setup:
Yaesu FT-2000
SPE Expert 1K-FA
Cushcraft A3S Tribander
40m Vertical Dipole
80m Inverted-L
160m Inverted-L

Greetings to all!
CU in the CW part.
 
VE9AA   SOAB HP   1,345,0222012-03-25 17:05:11
Whew ! This is why I work mostly CW. Where's my headache meds?

Hard to do much with low wires. I'm beat. Thanks to all who called.

IC-746, 500W, all very low wire GP's or DPLE's
 
N3ALN   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   448,5622012-03-25 17:05:17
Equipment:
Icom 756 Pro III @ 100W
Carolina Windom
 
OG4T(OH4MFA)   SO(A)AB(TS) HP   1,067,8412012-03-25 17:05:31
Thank You for contacts! See you in CQ WPX CW!

73
Jukka OG4T, OH4MFA
 
KK7YL(K7FA)   SO(A)AB HP   1,278,8722012-03-25 17:06:30
RIG: K3 & ALPHA-9500
ANT: Various
SFW: N1MM Logger V12.2.3

Great Propagation, but crowded Bands!

Worked esteemed Arizona-Outlaw-Club member
Lou (K1YR @ WH7M) on 4-Bands (40,20,15,10 meters).
I snoozed through his 75-meter time of operation
while he continued to harvest a really big score!

Worked only a few local AOCC Club Members, but
maybe more were worked than first realized
because some were masquerading with club callsigns
(i.e., WZ7ZR), while others utilized their XYL's
callsign (i.e., K7ABC).

73
 
VE6SQ   SOAB(TS) LP   228,3842012-03-25 17:08:11
Day one was almost a lost cause & I was ready to give up on Sunday...

Good thing that I didn't!!


Band QSOs Pts WPX
1.8 1 1 0
3.5 15 48 8
7 51 209 30
14 41 87 19
21 258 588 186
28 1 3 1
Total 367 936 244
Score: 228,384
 
W2AJW   SOAB LP   233,2642012-03-25 17:08:31
I added a 4BTV with a glut of radials to the antenna patch (can't really dignify
it with the term "farm") last weekend and it really showed its worth on 40 and
15 - especially 40.

Another weekend, another loss of hearing, braincells, and ~30 hours of my
life.

And MAN was it fun.

Catch y'all in the next one.
 
SJ2W(SM2LIY)   SO(A)AB HP   6,516,1262012-03-25 17:09:38
Started quite OK, but Aurora started saturday morning.
Much better conds on sunday, even 10m had some openings in the
morning to Asia.
15 was fine on sunday during all day.
Best NA-conds on 20m in the end of the contest.
TNX for QSOs. QSL LOTW, EQSL or direct via SM2LIY.
CU in CW part, M/S.
Per / SM2LIY
 
NY6I(K6RIM)   SO(A)AB HP   1,489,6182012-03-25 17:10:19
Decent conditions and fun, although phone is not my bag.

Thanks to N6AJR for lending me NY6I for this contest.

73,

Al, K6RIM
 
KN3A   SO(A)AB LP   41,7282012-03-25 17:11:10
Too much going on to put in serious effort. Great band conditions on 15 meters.

73 Scott
KN3A

Kenwood TS 450SAT
Dipole Antennas
N1MM Logger
 
N8HM   SOAB LP   4,0172012-03-25 17:12:13
Just made a few contacts while doing on things on Sunday.

Rig - Kenwood TS-440SAT
Antenna - MFJ-1786 Magnetic Loop
 
KG4W   SO(A)AB HP   2,287,9442012-03-25 17:12:26
operated in category "TB-Wires" without the TB !! fun, but not as much fun as
CW.
 
K6LL   SO(A)SB15(TS) HP   2,221,7952012-03-25 17:12:29
I didn't plan to put in much time in this contest, but I had fun on Friday
night, and kept coming back to the radio, like a moth to the flame. Despite
being a total QRM-fest, conditions were good on 15, and it was an entertaining
diversion for the weekend.

Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
Yuma, Arizona














.
 
W4EE   SO(A)AB LP   11,6852012-03-25 17:13:37
TS-440S es G5RV
N1MM logger
Tnx for the Qs
73, Jim
 
NW3H   SO(A)AB HP   342,5702012-03-25 17:14:39
I always run into good luck or bad luck during this contest. This weekend
featured my daughter's 2nd birthday party. In 2010 missed the contest for a
great reason being her birth. In 2011, did well but had my oldest dog hurt
himself and eventually pass away a few weeks later. In 2012, we had the
birthday party which limited my time to 1 hour Friday night, 45 minutes
Saturday afternoon and two hours Saturday night. The party was fun but then my
wife came down with the norovirus just when I was getting going on 40 meters. I
was up with her until 4am and taking her to the ER was considered. She is 15
weeks pregnant as well. Luckily she got through the worst of the virus but I
had diaper duty for my daughter today which limited my effort to nap time and
post bedtime. Also all this on 2.5 hours sleep. Total time 8 hours 12 minutes.
I was able to roll the band on Saturday for 45 minutes around 1pm on 15 meters
and made 67 search and pounce contacts in 45 minutes. Had 220 contacts at the
end of Saturday and rallied to get to 415. Still below my 546K from 2011 but I
will take it considering everything that occurred this weekend. 2013 should
hopefully go better though I will have two little ones by then! I will have a
Hex Beam up by then hopefully which will maximize by on air time. This was a
total search and pounce effort with a R-8 vertical and 80 meter dipole.
Conditions were great on 15 meters but not as good as in 2011. Did not hear
too much Oceania or Far East Asia. It was fun but I heard the Mission
Impossible music in my headphones all weekend! Thanks to all for the QSOs.
Heard a lot of FRCers on with great scores including P40W in Aruba. 73.
 
WZ4F(K4AB)   SOAB HP   6,756,8162012-03-25 17:15:20
All in all, a pretty uneventful contest. The bands weren't bad, but far from
perfect. I sure wish 10 would really open up and quit teasing us. The few
Europeans I worked on that band were all skew path. I don't think it ever
opened up direct path...if it did I missed it. 20 and 15 were great.

See y'all later.

73,
Larry K4AB
 
LU1UM   M/S LP   1,691,8592012-03-25 17:15:56
Wish to be 48 hours but we couldn't!
Thanks to all the people that contact us.

Alex
LU2UF
 
WV2ZOW   M/S HP   1,096,9352012-03-25 17:16:15
WV2ZOW is the operators usually known as K2OAK with a better prefix for WPX. We
beat our previous best in WPX by nearly 200 QSO's and nearly 200,000 points,
cracking the 1,000,000 score for the first time. Great fun as always. 73 Walter
WO2U and Mike WV2ZOW.
 
LY22A(@LY2W)   M/2 HP   11,663,9672012-03-25 17:16:30
LY22A was used to present 22-nd anniversary of LITHUANIAN independence
restoration.
For the first time we used 3 KENWOOD TS-590 transceiver's.
QSL via LY5A
 
K4NV   SOSB10(TS) HP   185,5382012-03-25 17:17:04
Part time operation. The hours I did get to operate there was not much
activity. I had birthday parties and weddings to do this weekend.

I could not get much going on 10. Lots of Carribean contacts and VK's,ZL's

Not much stateside or Euro's. Thanks to all who gave me a qso.

73,

Dennis K4NV
 
NH2T(N2NL)   SOSB15 HP   585,1822012-03-25 17:17:09
A semi-serious 15m single band effort went out the door at 21Z before the
contest when two large ground mounted transformers in my neighborhood exploded
with a loud boom and white flame. Apparently some underground utilities
shorted out, causing the transformers to blow. I made a few QSOs running low
power the 1st day while running my 5KW generator, needed to keep the
refrigerator running and lights on. When it was determined that it would take
2+ weeks to dig up and repair the problem, a large 100KW generator was brought
in by the Navy to power my house as well as my two neighbors. I can now run
full power while cranking the A/C with the clothes dryer on, but I'm suffering
from S5 hash coming from this larger generator on the higher bands. I am so
dumb as to complain about this - so it was off to the beach for the 2nd day.

Conditions sounded 100% better than last weekend's RDXC - I hope they stay half
as good for WPX CW - and that the lights stay on as well!

73, Dave KH2/N2NL
 
EC7ZK   SO(A)SB40 HP   622,6562012-03-25 17:17:12
The saturday night very bad conditions, but the evening of sunday i enjoy this
contest.

Thanks to all friends for contacts.

See you in the next round.
 
VY1EI   SO(A)SB15 HP   984,3452012-03-25 17:17:52
I ran 15M single band HP last year and got 850 QSOs, so I improved on last
year's score. I wasn't sure which band I would run on, although I assumed 10M
was out. 15 meters was roaring at the opening. Got 350 QSOs in 4 and half hours
which is pretty good for my QTH, so I made the decision to stick with 15M. The
band wasn't as hot on saturday. I couldn't get a run going to EU and JA was
closed. On sunday the band was in fairly good shape. I still couldn't get a run
going to EU but JA was open later in the day.

No complaints. Let's hope the CW portion of this contest isn't like last year,
where the aurora was level 10 for the entire 48 hours and the bands were like
mush.

See you in in two months for the CW portion.

Eric
VY1EI
 
N4XL   SOAB LP   1,997,6222012-03-25 17:17:53
I suppose the only consolation to missing 2 million pts by 1 QSO is that the
score would have been reduced by logging errors anyway. Now I have a new
goal.

Thanks to all.
Kevan
N4XL
 
K9ES   SOAB QRP   311,8952012-03-25 17:18:52
I was able to fix-point antennas into Europe, but 40M antenna still has
excessive SWR on Phone portion, so I ran QRP to protect radio. Was able to put
in a little more time this contest, and used the voice memory in the radio to
help my voice. 10M was not as great as I had hoped, but was able to work some
ZL's on Sunday afternoon off the back of the beam. Great to hear many FCG'ers
on the band, even though they could not hear me.
Radio is IC756Pro-2 set to QRP. Antennas are Force-12 Magnum 620340 at 21 feet
for 40 and 20, and homebrew 4 element 15 and 6 element 10 at 33 feet. Antennas
are fixed pointed on "test" tower.
 
NR3X(N4YDU)   SOAB LP   2,635,3752012-03-25 17:18:55
Very interesting conditions at night - especially on 20M. Nice to hear the whole
world coming in with good signals at the same time. This was my first time going
all out in this one from home. It was a lot of fun but I'm glad there isn't
another one in the near future.

Rig: ICOM 765
160: Inverted L
80: Inverted Vee at 65 feet
40: Dipole (2) at 70 feet
20: 2 Rectangle Loops at 60 feet
15: Dipole NE/SW at 70 feet, loop NW/SE at 40 feet, 2 element Delta loop fixed
NE at 60 feet
10: Dipole NE/SW at 70 feet, dipole NW/SE at 45 feet

73,

Nate/N4YDU
 
W4QN   SOAB HP   1,572,4442012-03-25 17:19:29
Band conditions not very good, plus local power line noise made 10 and 15m
difficult for all but S9+ signals.
 
KQ6ES   SOSB10 HP   92,1842012-03-25 17:19:45
90% of my contacts were made Friday and Saturday, with some nice little runs.
Sunday was rotten.
John kq6es

FT-1000MP
Cushcraft A3 at 20ft
300 watts
 
N2RJ   SOAB HP   4,705,4322012-03-25 17:21:12
A new personal best for this contest, but also the first time I did a serious
effort all band high power unassisted. I am typically a single band entrant for
this contest, but I decided to go all out this year.

Hoping most of it survives log checking but I can tell you that it was a battle
with weak signals and heavy QRM all over, especially 40 meters.

Still need to do some antenna work as my SteppIR array is less than optimal at
this point. Warm WX is here so that should be soon.

Highlights:

15 was the money band for sure (for me anyway). I just kept going and going and
quite honestly I may have hit 5 million if I didn't stop for lunch at the tail
end of my run. Europe just kept on calling and THAT is how I like it.

10 meters gave me some semblance of rate but also mults (trans eq). Thanks to
all the PY, LU, CX, YV, HK, ZP, CE etc. You guys are fantastic.

80 meters gave some mults and a bit of rate overnight. Good enough to keep
going.

Got a couple of JA this time, but no VK/ZL. They were likely drowned out by
EU.

73 thanks for all the Qs!

Ryan, N2RJ
 
PT5T(PP5XX)   SOAB HP   17,166,2022012-03-25 17:22:24
Very nice contest with considerable good propagation
No presence of Mr Murphy
Thanks for being on my log
73
Peter
 
OT1S(ON5RZ)   SO(A)AB LP   723,1202012-03-25 17:25:28
Managed to be QRV for some hours in between QRL and BBQ.
Way too nice weather and lousy conditions.
Worked some nice new ones on every band.
 
K6MM   SO(A)AB(TS) HP   1,603,2662012-03-25 17:25:54
Personal best in this one. Put in as much time as I could in between all of the
March Madness Basketball games. My alma mater (Syracuse Univ.) didn't make the
final four, but I had a blast in the contest anyway. Great opening to Europe
on 15m and 10m Saturday, not as good today. Tried to keep my ratio of
QSOs/Mults close to 2:1 throughout the weekend. Constant challenge is
balancing time between Running vs collecting Mults. Thanks for the Qs and
"quick chats" too. Nice to work old and new friends. 73, John K6MM. Station:
K3 + ACOM 1000 + 3el SteppIR + G5RV + N1MM Logger. No problems all weekend.
 
K7JQ   SOAB(TS) HP   956,8352012-03-25 17:27:59
Finally hit 1,000 QSOs, and got close to a million points for the first time.
It's a shame 10M didn't really open, especially on Sunday...made 15, 20, and 40
sheer chaos at times. Thanks for the Q's, and see you in the CW WPX in May from
N7AT.

Icom IC-7600, THP HL-1.5KFX, Ground-mounted screwdriver antenna.

73, Bob, K7JQ
 
AA6PW   SOAB HP   3,801,5462012-03-25 17:31:57
Goal was to have at least 2300 QSO's. I came very close to the goal. Sunday
morning there was approximately a three hour void of propagation and only
completed about 60 Q's during those hours. Immediately following had a blast
with one of the better European runs I have experienced on 15 meters from my
home QTH.
 
WS7L   M/S HP   416,0532012-03-25 17:32:14
First sideband contest I've run from my station for a long time. Bands were
pretty good except 10 never really lit up -- mostly worked SA there. But 15 and
20 were OK. Ran mostly S&P as I could never get a run going that didn't peter
out right away. Louder stations would crowd me out from both sides in about 5
minutes. That's what you get when you try to punch above your weight.

K3 + 500 W amp, R6000 and HF-2V verticals.
73, Carl WS7L and Steve AD7OG
 
KD2JA   SO(A)AB HP   1,420,2882012-03-25 17:33:02
START-OF-LOG: 2.0
ARRL-SECTION: SFL
CALLSIGN: KD2JA
CLUB: Florida Contest Group
CONTEST: CQ-WPX-SSB
CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP-ASSISTED ALL HIGH SSB
CLAIMED-SCORE: 1420288
OPERATORS: KD2JA
SOAPBOX: Part time effort. Equipment IC-7700, Ameritron AL-1500, Mosley 4 ele
SOAPBOX: Yagi, Gap Titan DX Vertical, N1MM on IBM Thinkpad T43
NAME: Glenn Belkin
ADDRESS: 8575 South Tropical Trail
ADDRESS: Merritt Island, FL 32952-6807
ADDRESS: USA
 
WX4G   SOAB HP   2,798,5002012-03-25 17:33:45
Well...I tried...but I think I am at the limits of a 2el beam. You would think
I could muster good runs with my call in the WPX..but not enough signal...so
just spurts of activity. Same with 40...4sq of verticals just not the antenna
to compete. At least 80 meters was fun...good to have one band your loud on!!

Hopefully...will correct the antenna deficiency this summer...

FT1000MPMK5,AL1500, 2EL STEPPIR AT 70FT, 4SQ 40, 4SQ 80, SHUNT FED TWR 160
 
KC4HW   SOAB HP   114,5152012-03-25 17:34:14
Thanks for the QSOs.

Just had a little time to play with the contest, but had a good time with it.


Jim/KC4HW
 
KCØMO(KØOU)   SOAB QRP   358,3442012-03-25 17:34:26
QRP on SSB is tough and frustrating. But still had fun and got no calls fron the
neighbors. so I'm still in the game. Made some neat contacts with the bands in
pretty good shape. C U on CW
 
W6UX   SOAB LP   862,6792012-03-25 17:34:37
Equipment: K3/100, Hex Beam @ 40' (12m), N1MM Logger

Multiplier/QSO breakdown:

MHz QSOs Mults
14 326 163
21 314 181
28 221 135

861 479

Total 862,679

Mostly S&P with a few hours of running. I found it was better to go find the
DX rather than wait for them. Not much NA traffic heard, I think the bands
definitely favored DX contacts.

Highlights: Kuwait, Tunisia, Namibia, Cypress, Khazakstan
 
NE6I   SO(A)SB15 HP   2,8482012-03-25 17:34:44
Very limited operation due to a visitor.
 
NA2U   SO(A)AB HP   164,4922012-03-25 17:35:12
73 from the desert,

Fred/NA2U
 
N9TGR   SO(A)SB15 LP   1,041,3902012-03-25 17:38:11
Saturday was disappointing with strong QRN,had to change radios,no DSP but back
to the old analogue noise blanker which really helped.Had a lot of fun.
 
S51A(@S53APR)   M/S HP   9,739,9892012-03-25 17:39:32
Thanks to the team for the good run and the preparation before the test.

QSL via LOTW after the deadline.

Till the next one!We love this game !

Bostjan - Ian S55O
 
W9YB(KC9UWQ)   SOSB10 LP   4,7302012-03-25 17:39:59
Casual p/t ops from QTH club shack at Purdue University. Thanks to P40W and N9FN
for recognizing the club call. Operating FT-920 100w and 10m beam ant stuck
pointed toward South America.
 
KO7X   SOAB(TS) HP   500,6002012-03-25 17:40:38
With the solar flux down but rising, 10 meters was disappointing. I heard one F
station on 10 very weak on Saturday morning. I missed the Sunday morning
opening. I worked KO7I for the first time, so I got my own prefix for a change.
Plenty of activity every time I listened and there were some big scores on
Sunday toward the end. On Sunday afternoon I was working Europe and the Far
East simultaneously.
 
E7DX(E77DX)   SOAB HP   17,767,8902012-03-25 17:40:41
First many thanks to Zulu E77WM for help with antennawork!

It was not so good as last year. Condx were pretty simular
except 80m which was down. 40m, 20m, 15m about same and 10m was better.
Unfortunatly on 15m i had sometimes very high noice from diretion NW,
so i was trying to not be there when noice was to high!

Made many mistakes in operating, to reach 20 mil was probably possible
this year as well, but some how i stucked few times on wrong band!
Somehow i made longer brake as i wanted to do...!?!

Nice competition with CQ8X, CR6K, TM6M and LX7I! Thanks guys!

Thanks for QSOs and cu in CW part!

73s
Braco
E77DX
 
KCØDEB   SO(A)AB LP   418,1102012-03-25 17:42:02
Icom IC-761 @ 80w, Hygain triband 3el. 10-15-20 , Alpha DXCC dipole 40m

Band QSOs Pts WPX
7 64 188 44
14 136 285 81
21 230 542 148
28 88 252 57
Total 518 1267 330
Score: 418,110
 
KBØEO   SO(A)AB HP   2,462,4602012-03-25 17:46:53
I fell considerably short of my goals for the contest: 2000 QSOs and 3 million
points. It was hard to build any consistent runs - most of the time was spent
rolling the dial looking for new WPX - I found I would wait up to 2 minutes for
the other operator to fumble through the numbers or not ID for several QSOs -
frustrating. I had one good run Saturday night on 40 meters and one good run on
20 meters and 15 meters on Sunday.

The conditions were moderate - EU was coming in fairly well on 40, 20, and 15.
Sunday morning 40 meters was pounding in - VK, ZL, JA, and YB were all coming
in S9+ - unfortunately, there just weren't enough of them.

This is probably my favorite contest format - everyone works everyone.
Hopefully the schedule will clear to be able to take a run at the CQ WPX CW
contest in May.

73,

Dan - KB0EO
 
N6WS   SO(A)AB HP   1,031,4722012-03-25 17:50:45
I was able to spend 24 hours in the contest chasing multipliers, looking for new
band-countries, and just having fun. Propagation was really pretty good on all
bands this weekend. I only tried running once on 40m this morning, my rate was
slow, and then I was chased away by a net. So, my longest run was five
stations.

73, Bill
 
W1KQ   SO(A)AB HP   1,656,3962012-03-25 17:52:44
I can only say WOW!! I started out S&P and then had a short 22 Q run on 15m on
Saturday night. On Sunday night at 22:50 I found a 20m frequency and decided
to RUN for the remainder of the contest-142 Q's in an hour and 10 minutes. This
is a feat for me especially with the splatter and is a small step toward my
future contesting. This is a personal record for number of Q's and score.
That means next year I have to set and make a new record. Other than setting
off my home alarm system while transmitting on 15m over the Pole this was a
blast. Worked my first Mongolian Q and my second but (first Chinese Q from the
US) in this contest. Rig: FT-1000D, Amp: AL-1200 (1250 PEP), Ant: Cushcraft X-9
at 48 feet formerly at 40 feet. Linear loaded ROMEX diploe antenna with apex at
75 feet and ends at 40 feet.
 
W3UL   SO(A)AB HP   237,9152012-03-25 17:53:25
Band QSOs Pts WPX
3.5 21 55 14
7 52 181 34
14 63 120 40
21 197 510 149
28 27 67 18
Total 360 933 255
Score: 237,915
 
VO1TX   SOAB LP   1,346,5002012-03-25 18:00:14
Really enjoyed the contest!!! Made some new countries and got a very interesting
perspective of how big the world really is, in the eyes of Ham Radio!!! Looking
forward to next years WPX!!

73 to all
Chris
VO1TX
 
W4KW   SOAB HP   1,038,2582012-03-25 18:01:54
15 Mtrs was Great. 10 Mtrs. was Fair
Tnx for all the contacts

73
Bert
 
NR7DX(K7ABV)   SOAB(TS) HP   770,5522012-03-25 18:02:08
Well the FTDX-5000D did just fine, had to use some of it's features to null out
loud stations next to each other, but for the most part I had no problem most
of the time...10 meters did it's usual thing good to SA...15 was open to EU,
but not early in the am...later and some big signals...didn't even look at
40/80 meters, 20 was open til I went to bed anyhow..got my 7 hours of rest each
night ...did better than last year, so i was happy and want to thank you all for
some nice time..
 
NR6O(@N6RO)   M/M HP   19,178,3212012-03-25 18:02:31
Very good condx Friday and Saturday, not very good on Sunday. We had some new
team members this time and appreciated their enthusiasm and energy. Thanks for
all the Q's!
 
CE1TT   M/S HP   6,748,8462012-03-25 18:03:12
OPS CE1TT CE1TUW
 
NG7M   SO(A)AB HP   45,1862012-03-25 18:06:55
Just playing around on and off on both days. I figured I would work a little SSB
so it would remind me how much more I prefer CW! ;)

Thanks for the QSO's

de NG7M
 
KM6I   SOAB LP   36,9512012-03-25 18:08:22
K3, Dipole @ 60ft
 
W6PK   SO(A)AB HP   26,9782012-03-25 18:13:49
Tnx for the QSOs!
Phil W6PK
 
KB9UWU   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   1,114,9752012-03-25 18:14:44
Planned a full time effort but Murphy struck many times. I guess it's payback
for relatively smooth operations as of lately. 99% S&P. Possibly my first
time using packet single op. It was fun to chase mults and spot a few
stations, sans the VE7 I accidentally spotted as a VP7, my apologies! I was
amazed by the number of loud DX stations that couldn't hear my 100 watts. I've
been spoiled with QRO lately. Anyone else get jammed on 20m for no reason?
Never heard a callsign...

Elecraft K3 w/N1MM
G3TXQ Hexbeam (2el) for 10, 15, 20 at 45' mounted on portable tower trailer
Elevated 40m 1/4l vertical with 4 radials around 10' agl.. (this antenna went
up around 0000z Saturday and seemed to perform very well)
 
WO6M   SOAB HP   677,9762012-03-25 18:14:57
Wow! What a difference in propagation since last weekend.
FT-950 500-KW, tribander up 42' on my RF sink city lot surrounded by power
lines,
wire for low bands, writelog.
Not a full time effort - family matters...
Had a blast. Never worked this much SSB in this short a time.
Look forward to the WPX CW and hope the prop is at least as good as this was.
73 & thanks to all of you in my log.
 
W3LL   SO(A)AB LP   2,123,6962012-03-25 18:16:16
Wanted a reminder of what LP was like.
Mostly S&P. Made the goal of beating LP score of two years ago.

73,

Bud W3LL
 
K7MY   SOAB HP   50,7272012-03-25 18:17:30
Limited time available for this test plus amp trouble on 40mtrs.
 
VO1KVT   SOAB(TS) HP   1,036,6382012-03-25 18:20:34
Due to other personal commitments only had a chance for a part time effort in
this contest. Sunday I had more time at it and made some good progress. Band
conditions were decent but there was some qsb at times.
Thanks for the contacts
73, Ken, VO1KVT
 
YP9W(YO9GZU)   SO(A)AB HP   12,526,5422012-03-25 18:20:51
Many thanks to Ionut YO9WF for the invitation to operate his station again!
It was fun!

73 Tibi YO9GZU
 
AA3K   SO(A)AB HP   264,4082012-03-25 18:22:53
Just a little dabbling in the contest. Taxes took priority this weekend.
 
NE5LL(N1CC)   SO(A)AB LP   400,7642012-03-25 18:23:07
FT990 100W C3 at 40' 80/40 Inverted Vee apex at 40'

Shortened time as I was to attend a business meeting all weekend and got out of
it on Saturday morning, taking off for some time in the contest.
 
AB2E   SO(A)AB HP   1,776,0002012-03-25 18:25:14
Rig: IC756 Pro III/Acom 2000A
Antennas: Inverted Ls for 160m and 80m, delta loops for 40m and 20m, G5RV for
15/10.

Had some good runs, but most of the time spent s&p or chasing mults.

Thanks to all who called me. Had a nice opening on 80m at EU sunrise Sun
morning.

73 and CU in WPX CW from V26E,

Darrell AB2E
 
G6PZ   M/2 HP   20,056,3752012-03-25 18:25:16
As usual, many thanks to Paul, G6PZ and his XYL Jo for the usual fantastic
hospitality.

First time G6PZ effort in M/2 and we had a blast!

We were quite a young team, with three of the full-time team being members of
the Worldwide Young Contesters...

Good weather, good fun and lack of voices now!

Equipment used:

2 x IC-7700
2 x ACOM 2000 amplifiers

4/4el SteppIR stack
4el MonstIR
4sq for 80m
Vertical for 160m
No receive antennas

73, team G6PZ
 
KK7PR(@K7ZS)   M/S HP   3,995,6582012-03-25 18:27:03
This was a fun one!

Smaller crew than usual, but very competent gang, and our club concept of
allowing people to experience contesting in a non-pressure environment appears
to be paying off! Everyone was intent on running a clean show, making sure for
a high quality log, and having fun!

Conditions were not fantastic, so sad to see 10m not performing the way it was
only 6 months ago. But, in this contest you go where the rate is, and that was
15 and 20 meters, with 40 meters paying handsome dividends with high point
contacts into Asia.

A 'CLEAN RUN', not a single glitch of hardware or software, and some very nice
reports on our signal from faraway lands.

Thanks Andy KE7AUB, the Machine, Jim KI7Y for his willingness to take the night
shift, and Steve N7BEF for doing a great job of attracting the 'Sunday Drivers'
that like to hand out contacts, but don't like intimidation. Steve is very
pleasant and efficient in the chair.

Through it all, a personal best for my station, a decade in the making, with
just ONE MULT needed to push our raw score to 4 million, but we'll take it!

73 and thanks to all who worked us, and to the PDXRCC gang.

-Kevin K7ZS
 
LR9D(LU9ESD)   SO(A)SB40 HP   1,389,6602012-03-25 18:27:03
Another great contest with many and many much PFXs year by year...

40mts was the ONLY choice at my station (no other good antenna), but with 500w.
PEP is VERY difficult from down here...
Amazing signals from all the world but again VERY difficult to enter between
the strong Europe signals... Nearly IMPOSSIBLE...

Having fun is the greatest objective and it's done!

Thanks everyone for the Q's.

Manu LU9ESD/LR9D

Setup:
Yaesu FT-950
Heil ProSet Elite HC-6
500w PEP
2 ele Yagui @30 mH.

-----------------
DXCC: 79
Zones: 37 (missed 2, 22, 37)

United States: 40% (267 Q's)
Japan: 25.0% (166 Q's)
Brazil: 6.4% (43 Q's)
 
N4KG   SO(A)AB(TS) HP   22,8472012-03-25 18:27:34
Just played around looking for "interesting" DX while recuperating from a bout
of pneumon1a. NOT FUN!

It was interesting to stumble across PJ4Z, LP1H, and LU6FEC on 75M around 10Z,
all with good signals, when I woke up coughing.

6B QSO: PJ4Z (thanks for the QSY to 160M)
5B QSO: LP1H - amazing !
4B QSO: V55V
3B QSOs: 3V8BB 6V7Z PZ5P
2B QSOs: A73A CR3A CW5W D4A DR1A ED9Z ES9C KP2MM NR6O P33W RU0FM TM0M
all of whom could have easily been worked on more bands had I been QRV longer.

Looking forward to getting over this pestilence!

Tom N4KG in North Alabama
 
N2MM   SOSB20 HP   2,073,9852012-03-25 18:31:45
Sunday was pure punishment. From 1200z to 2100z very few EU to work. CQ-ing was
was an effort in futility. The EU's were working each other.
Highlight...catching the eu/asia opening at 12AM Sunday morning to UA, UA0, UN,
EX, etc.....Sunday polar opening...9m2, 9M8, BY, HS, DU, and several JA's & YB's
who called. No JA runs whatsoever.



Biggest complaint...many EU ( I's and OH's) were splattering as much as 5khz
from their frequency. Several EU called me, exchanged reports, and promptly
stole my frequency. Then they had the audacity, when asked to qsy, claimed that
they were on that frequency for 2 hours!!!!



I can't wait for a more civilized contest like WPX CW !!!


Log will be uploaded to LOTW shortly


Thanks for the qso's
 
NS1L(W4SVO)   SO(A)SB15 HP   5,715,0722012-03-25 18:32:29
I went into this contest hoping to at least beat W4MYA's 15SO(A) record. When I
went to bed Saturday night, I was only 40,000pts. behind. I then decided to see
what the USA record was, and that was only another 300,000 pts. more:3.02 mil.
Well the rest is history. I kept almost an 80 hour rate. Many asia's
worked:9M6,HS0 short path and over the pole @30 degs., BV, YB, BD, BA , HL,
VR2, and many others. Europe was not too bad either. Anyway had a lot of fun. I
can not wait to see Bill, KH7XS(K4XS) using KJ3X score. He was 700 ahead of me!
WoW! Mark W4SVO
 
KS2G   SO(A)AB LP   465,5562012-03-25 18:34:20
Dismal conditions.
Mostly weak signals, and high noise levels.
EU stations appeared to have much difficulty hearing stateside because our
signals were not strong enough to overcome their local QRM.
Still had a good time!
Dedicated to the memory of W2AX (SK).
 
KØRH   M/S HP   3,247,2002012-03-25 18:35:20
First time try at M/S....Thanks for all the Q's....Jim
 
PJ4Z(@PJ4G)   M/2 HP   61,418,6092012-03-25 18:39:44
Thanks to K2NG/PJ4G for the use of his great QTH on Bonaire and to PJ4LS for on
site help in set up. A new antenna and switching systems worked great. Thanks
for all QSOs. Band conditions from here were pretty good. 80M was noisy and we
didn't hear much 160M activity. Beverage helped. QSL all four ops as PJ4/home
calls and PJ4Z via K4BAI. Contest logs and PJ4/WW4LL and PJ4/W4DXX logs will
be
uploaded to LOTW.

I plan to return here for CQ WW CW in November as PJ4A.

Contest scores will be credited 3/4 to SECC and 1/4 to ACG.

73, John, K4BAI.
 
KT8K   SOAB QRP   289,4882012-03-25 18:41:52
I build a 15m half square for this contest and aimed it at Eu, placing it just
below the top of the hill on the NE side ... but the 550' horizontal loop still
beat it almost all the time, and a few times the half square equaled it, but
that was all ... I disconnected the half square on Sunday. The 20/40/80
inverted vee did a great job on those bands and the loop worked great on 15 and
10m, and the unused antenna was always feeding the secondary receiver in my
right ear - diversity reception is GREAT! (Anyone want a very stealthy 15m
half square? You can have it for the taking - I guarantee your neighbors will
have a tough time seeing it and so will you - I used 18 gauge magnet wire!)

CQ3L has great ears - pulled me out under terrible QRM & QSB. (Thanks!)

20m was a wall of noise most of the time - found myself looking for holes in
the wall. Lesson learned: SSB stations don't work too well at 1kHz spacing

1st day propagation not great - signals never got very strong on 20m and up,
15m was the place to be, noise levels were mostly up on all bands here.
2nd morning the EU opening was lousy - I was hoping for 300 Q's but I could
only get 30 in 3 hours after 20 & 15 opened late (and 10 basically didn't)
1230Z Sunday 20m still was not open to Eu ... so I went to 15m and made 2 Eu
Q's right away .. weird! How did that happen?
1400Z Sunday Eu was still very weak on 15 & 20m and 10m had only a few stations
via TE mode - not so great - I took what I could get.
2nd day 0425Z - I noticed ops voices were sounding foggy and slowing like a
record slowing down - fatigue was taking a big toll
Then, the last 4 hours or so, I was suddenly being heard on the first call
almost all the time and under the worst conditions on 20 and 40m. It was like
magic! Now THAT's fun!

Run stations who don't acknowledge at the end of the contact lose points - If
they get my exchange or call wrong I don't have a chance to correct them, and
then the pileup prevents me from getting their attention again. Too bad.

20m was so overcrowded and noisy that when I took off my headphones my ears
were smoking ...

Thanks to all who stuck with me to pull my weak signal out of the QRM. There
were many amazing moments when someone heard me under QRM so severe I almost
couldn't hear them ... and I bet they were using a lot more power and a lot
better antenna than I was.
I am looking forward to seeing everyone (possible) in the Michigan QSO Party,
and then in the WPX CW (my favorite). 73 & best rx to all de kt8k - Tim
 
EI5GSB   SO(A)AB LP   1,015,3002012-03-25 18:43:20
Very enjoyable contest. Delighted with the result considering I only had a
vertical, an inverted L and a radio with a wonky 80m band :-)
 
LU7HZ   SOAB QRP   891,3182012-03-25 18:44:27
Operated for the first time SO AB QRP, slow start as 20M didn't yield as much as
planned, 10M make up for the difference specially on Sunday. 15M worked out of a
Vert which isn't really suitable for QRP SSB and 40M was very marginal because
of the noise. As always have to thank all those that put a lot of patience to
get me out of the noise. Practiced a SO3R setup but definitely will roll back
into SO2R.
Looking forward already for the CW edition this year.
 
P33W   M/S HP   39,652,0402012-03-25 18:46:45
Big score but not enough. Congrats to 5D5A guys.
 
K6CSL   SOAB LP   30,9062012-03-25 18:46:46
Well, this turned out 306 points more than my previous best WPX SSB of 30,600 in
2010. Friday night was good, with my having 41 Q's at my sleep break at 10:00Z
Saturday morning. At my early Sunday morning sleep break I had 97. I got on at
16:00Z Sunday morning and found 15M almost devoid of stations and with severe
atmospheric noise. I worked only 2 stations on 15 and moved to 10. 10 was worse
than 15, I only worked 1 station on 10 and moved on to 20M. 20 served up 7EU
contacts, along with what sounded like moderate to severe solar noise. I think
the Solar Flare early Friday morning, got to Sunday morning.
I finished with my last 16 contacts on 15M as it began to recover. I think the
most exciting event was hearing V55V(Namibia) on 15 on Saturday, but I was
unable to break the huge pile-up. The real pleasure was getting to work so many
different prefixes. Toward the end of the contest I was really concentrating on
making sure each contact was a new prefix, especially if it was a 2 or 3 point
value. Friday night on 40, 9 of my 11 contacts were 4 or 6 pointers. On
Saturday night 6 of my 10 contacts on 40 were 4 or 6 pointers, but all were in
new prefixes. Now I'm really looking forward to WPX CW in May.
Bert, K6CSL
 
NX5M   M/M HP   20,910,3122012-03-25 18:47:02
10m was not good here at all. Was hoping to get about 1200 qsos out of it but
that was not meant to be. Never did have any e-skip to speak of. Most of the
qsos made in the states were scatter but those were few. It was nice to get
the long path opening to Asia on Saturday morning but that only resulted in a
few qsos.
K5RT was here for the first time, paired with AB5K as the 20m operating team.
W5SE handled 160m duties the first night while K5END took the seat the second
night.
N5XJ did most of the 10m operating. KJ5T had 15m duty (missed part of that
duty because he did not get out of bed Saturday morning so I am thinking about
firing him again). KU5B did a fine job of keeping rear in chair and work 40m
for all it was worth while I (NX5M) took the 80m duty.
Only issues.......around 0530z Sunday we lost our internet feed from the server
so it took me a good half hour to figure out that problem and there was no one
available to keep the 80m station on the air. Just as the sun was setting
Saturday evening I discovered that I had lost my northwest 80m beverage but I
was able to resolve that issue in the field. I could not imagine having to do
80m without a northwest beverage.
I had set targets for each band and in most cases those targets were exceed or
were real close. We only got about 55% toward our 10m target but nothing can
be done about that. We also fell short of the 160m target but with a little
more experience I think the guys that piloted that station will improve over
time.
I still do not understand why KZ8O can constantly do what he does to people on
20m.
I was awake for 51 straight hours prior to and during the contest and that is a
first for me. Finally got a little sleep from 1500z to 1900z Sunday but right
now I feel like I am just minutes away from hitting the brick wall.
Thanks for all the q's and for those who were willing to move to other bands
for us.

73 from the NX5M team!
 
N7VEA   SOAB LP   108,6002012-03-25 18:48:39
Didn't hit my goal but ended up slightly better than last year. Thanks to all.

73, Bill N7VEA
 
NDØC   SOAB QRP   653,2632012-03-25 18:49:32
- Interesting propagation which was frustrating at times and surprisingly good
at other times. Conditions to Europe were very mediocre from here in the
(local)early morning. Didn't get much going on 15 until after 1500 Z. But
when it finally opened it was pretty good and 20 was good in the afternoon. 10
never opened up to EU or JA, but there were some Pacific openings and
fortunately a relatively solid path to South America both days.
40 and 80 were really tough going, especially for QRP from the Black Hole. I
could hear EU and VKs on 40 but couldn't make the trip with 5 watts. The low
bands were pretty noisy both nights.
Over-all I was pleased with my score. I had hoped we might have conditions
similar to last October and I was going to shoot for 1,000 Qs and a million
points - oh well! At least conditions were better than the ARRL SSB Test from
here. It is fun to stumble across some good DX (and a new multiplier) that
hasn't been spotted yet. But you can sure tell when the packet hordes arrive!
As always, thanks to the stations that patiently persisted and pulled my puny
signal out of the QRM. I'm amazed at what 5 watts can do on a clear frequency,
but to make QSOs through the nasty splatter on 20 is unbelievable and a lot of
credit goes to the operators (and filters) on the DX end. Thanks guys!
Speaking of splatter - it seems to be getting worse and aside from the crowded
conditions, some of the signals are just really wide - horribly over-modulated.
I thought stations did a better job of giving their calls frequently - with a
few notable exceptions. And of course there is the same old problem with
callers jumping on top of the station being called by the DX. - Apparently
partial calls mean nothing, or perhaps some of our brethren have problems with
the alphabet.

Set-up here at the ND0C "super-station":
Yaesu FT 897D running 5 watts out
Wilson SY-3 three element tribander Yagi at 15 meters and an inverted vee for
40 and 80.

73,
Randy, ND0C

As always... "You don't have to be crazy to contest with QRP ... but it helps."
 
N7AT(WA7NWL)   SOSB15 HP   2,352,6722012-03-25 18:49:52
Hmmm. Different.

First, the Head Outlaws and others conspired and convinced me to upgrade to
Extra after 20-plus years with a General class license - which I did.

Plus, I'm used to 100 watts and a dipole at 21-feet. A K3, Alpha amp and
multiple beams at multiple heights are definitely better (duh!).

Many thanks to N7RQ and K8IA for running the 'Hideout' (and keeping me in
line); and many thanks to the stations I was able to work.

73 es cul.

John, WA7NWL
 
VU2PTT   SOSB15 QRP   10,7732012-03-25 18:50:58
Like I do each year, WPX SSB is the time for me to try QRP. As usual I realize
yet again that it is not fun from out here! Thanks to the 65 sharp ears that
picked up my 5 watt signals. Day 1 was OK but Day 2 was not too good with just
1 QSO - for QRP from out here we need to work EU stations before they start
hearing each other :)

Rig: IC-746PRO turned down to 5 W output
Ant: Force12 C3S @ 60'

Hope to see you all in the CW leg.

73 de Prasad VU2PTT
 
N6AR   SOAB HP   1,281,6302012-03-25 18:51:44
Marked lack of Carribean activity it seemed to me. There was a European opening
to Florida on 10 on Sunday, but I'm not sure how far North it went. Too many
family activities for a full time effort.
 
AK1W(@K5ZD)   M/S HP   14,628,4442012-03-25 19:01:29
Two guys a radio station. One guy operated until he couldn't take any more and
then tag, the other op had to sit down. Luckily for me Jay W1UJ brought lots
of enthusiasm and energy. His reward was to a lot of operating!

Conditions were an interesting mix. Low bands were good the first night.
Morning was tough until the Europeans stopped working each other. Something
happened around 2130z Sat and the bands suddenly got quiet. Rest of the
evening was no fun. Sunday the bands returned and we even enjoyed a short
opening to Europe on 10 meters.

Our log checking report is not going to be pretty. Difficult to copy some of
the numbers with the accents, QRM, poor audio quality, QSB, etc. But, that's
part of the game!

We had fun.

Station Description

Radio 1 - Elecraft K3 + Alpha 76CA
Radio 2 - Yeasu FT-1000D + Ameritron AL-1200

Tower 1 - 100' Rohn 45G
40-2CD @ 110'
205CA @ 100' / 50'
5-el 15 @70' / 35'
160m 1/4-wave GP with 4 elevated radials

Tower 2 - 90' Rohn 25G
6-el 10 @90' with 4/4 @ 60'/30'
80m wire 4 square hanging from tower with 16 radials per vertical 160m shunt
feed tower with 32 radials

Tower 3 - 40' Rohn 25G
TH7DXX at 40'

Rates

QSO/Pref by hour and band

Hour 160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm

0000Z --+-- --+-- 4/4 61/54 47/41 --+-- 112/99 112/99
0100Z - 22/17 55/51 1/1 - - 78/69 190/168
0200Z - - - 93/57 - - 93/57 283/225
0300Z - 13/10 39/29 2/1 - - 54/40 337/265
0400Z 1/1 26/18 19/13 - - - 46/32 383/297
0500Z - 79/43 3/1 - - - 82/44 465/341
0600Z - 25/16 45/15 - - - 70/31 535/372
0700Z - 5/2 69/20 - - - 74/22 609/394
0800Z --+-- 58/11 25/10 --+-- --+-- --+-- 83/21 692/415
0900Z - 7/2 45/19 13/7 - - 65/28 757/443
1000Z 3/1 4/0 2/0 78/48 3/2 - 90/51 847/494
1100Z - - - 20/12 80/50 - 100/62 947/556
1200Z - - - - 140/71 - 140/71 1087/627
1300Z - - - - 149/63 - 149/63 1236/690
1400Z - - - - 109/38 - 109/38 1345/728
1500Z - - - - 130/41 - 130/41 1475/769
1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 126/32 --+-- 126/32 1601/801
1700Z - - - - 95/28 - 95/28 1696/829
1800Z - - - - 40/17 28/19 68/36 1764/865
1900Z - - - 85/20 5/1 15/7 105/28 1869/893
2000Z - - - 142/32 4/3 - 146/35 2015/928
2100Z - - - 122/25 8/5 - 130/30 2145/958
2200Z - - - 90/17 13/9 - 103/26 2248/984
2300Z - - - 55/16 3/2 - 58/18 2306/1002
0000Z --+-- 18/2 24/7 8/4 16/3 --+-- 66/16 2372/1018
0100Z - 3/0 2/1 77/14 - - 82/15 2454/1033
0200Z - 50/10 14/4 6/2 - - 70/16 2524/1049
0300Z 4/0 14/2 - 84/16 - - 102/18 2626/1067
0400Z - 32/7 - 32/14 - - 64/21 2690/1088
0500Z - 18/1 53/7 - - - 71/8 2761/1096
0600Z - 14/1 38/3 - - - 52/4 2813/1100
0700Z - - 51/6 - - - 51/6 2864/1106
0800Z 1/0 11/2 5/1 --+-- --+-- --+-- 17/3 2881/1109
0900Z - 7/0 7/0 5/1 - - 19/1 2900/1110
1000Z - 5/0 1/0 79/14 - - 85/14 2985/1124
1100Z - - - 85/11 1/0 - 86/11 3071/1135
1200Z - - - 26/7 52/9 - 78/16 3149/1151
1300Z - - - - 68/10 - 68/10 3217/1161
1400Z - - - - 80/7 - 80/7 3297/1168
1500Z - - - - 5/1 53/14 58/15 3355/1183
1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 23/3 64/10 10/3 97/16 3452/1199
1700Z - - - - 99/14 6/4 105/18 3557/1217
1800Z - - - - 52/8 37/6 89/14 3646/1231
1900Z - - - 45/7 16/3 1/0 62/10 3708/1241
2000Z - - - 53/7 1/1 4/4 58/12 3766/1253
2100Z - - - 72/4 6/5 - 78/9 3844/1262
2200Z - - - 1/0 76/24 12/5 89/29 3933/1291
2300Z - - 50/6 39/4 - - 89/10 4022/1301

Total: 9/2 411/144 551/197 1397/398 1488/498 166/62


Most worked countries
160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total

K 7 176 308 360 135 19 1005
DL 31 22 134 210 3 400
I 16 6 83 91 196
UA 2 5 72 90 169
G 7 10 61 88 166
EA 21 13 41 47 2 124
UR 5 4 42 69 120
PA 4 5 48 46 103
SP 8 5 33 53 99
 
NXØX(N4PN)   SOAB(TS) HP   9,176,7052012-03-25 19:02:00
Thanks Brian for the use of your call once again...

Personal high in the contest as far back as I can find. It was
non-stop for most of the time...averaged 93 Q's per hour for the
36 hours...

No six-banders this year....didn't try to move anyone..lots of
5-banders...

Biggest surprises being called by: 9M8Z, B7P, YB1TJ, HL2WP, B1Z,
V55V, A65CA, A73A, C91KHN, 5X1D, CE0Y/NL8F, B3C, YB9WZJ, ZA1TC,
OJ0VM, 5Z4EE, JY4NE, TO7BC.

Thanks to all who made it to the big party...and especially to
those who stuck it out til we got the number correct...and to
those I just had to scratch the call because never could pull
the number out...

See everyone in the May for the WPX-CW using NF4A M/M...

Rig: FT1000MP/AL1200 - 1KW
Ant: TH-5 @ 70'
Alpha-Delta 80/40 Dipole at 65'
Inverted Vee for 160
4-direction EWE/short Beverage
Logging w/CT
 
N4VDL   SOAB LP   269,7602012-03-25 19:02:43
Just got on to pass out the rare N4 prefix and work some DX, but found myself
staying much longer. Enjoyed the test and wish I had been able to play on
Sunday. Thanks to everyone who pulled my weak 100 watt signal out of the
pile-ups.

Only two q's on 160 and 7 on 80. Twenty was my best band with 15 following
pretty close behind. Ten and forty were virtually tied. My log doesn't break
out the bands or mults so I didn't fill out the form.

Every time I operate in a contest I think about how much better I could do if I
had my Extra Class license. Time to bear down before the question pool changes
in June!

See you in the Georgia QSO Party in April.

73,
David+
 
KD7PCE   SOAB LP   82,0022012-03-25 19:03:57
CQWPXSSB Score Summary Sheet

Start Date : 2012-03-24

CallSign Used : KD7PCE
Operator(s) : KD7PCE

Operator Category : SINGLE-OP
Band : ALL
Power : LOW
Mode : MIXED
Default Exchange : 001
Gridsquare : CN85RQ

Name : Stephen Davis
Address : 9215 NE 149th Avenue
City/State/Zip : Vancouver WA 98682
Country : USA

ARRL Section : WWA
Club/Team : Willamette Valley DX Club
Software : N1MM Logger V11.11.3

Band Mode QSOs Pts WPX
3.5 LSB 2 2 1
7 LSB 63 139 51
14 USB 65 119 50
21 USB 80 180 62
28 USB 15 34 9
Total Both 225 474 173


Score : 82,002
Rig :

Antennas :

Soapbox :


I have observed all competition rules as well as all regulations
established for amateur radio in my country. My report is
correct and true to the best of my knowledge. I agree to be
bound by the decisions of the Contest Committee.



Date : 2012-03-25 Signature :
 
KW7Y(K7RL)   SOAB HP   10,006,3342012-03-25 19:11:13
Friday afternoon/evening into early Saturday morning was excellent. After
sunrise on Saturday and Sunday morning, 20m was pretty tough, but fortunately,
15m opened to EU both days, so there was an escape from the chaos. 15m never
did open very well to JA on 15m Saturday afternoon.

Thanks to all for the Qs!

73 de Mitch, KW7Y (K7RL op.)
 
K2DSL   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   669,2922012-03-25 19:13:12
Conditions seemed much better than during BARTG RTTY last weekend. Enjoyed
spinning the dial and finding rarer stations just calling CQ without any
pileup.

100w & dipoles/wires. Kenwood TS-2000.

73 and thanks for all the Qs - David
 
AK4QU   SO(A)AB(R) LP   275,5302012-03-25 19:14:17
Thanks, 73!
 
K6III   SO(A)SB10 HP   1,6752012-03-25 19:18:45
I prefer the CW activities.
 
AL9A   SO(A)AB HP   2,620,1382012-03-25 19:20:40
Great weekend! Friday night was good enough to keep me chasing mults on 20M and
15M until it was too late to do much with 40M. Saturday was a tough day, the
bands just seem to be in a funk until late in the evening when EU started
cooking on 20M. Sunday was terrific! Wall to wall stations made it tough to
find a spot to make a run. I finally squeezed into a slot on 20M and ran EU
for about 2 hours before someone stomped all over me with QRM. Major
disappointment was the SFI being too low for 10M to open costing lots of missed
mults. Overall it was still a great time!
 
KZ5OM   SO(A)AB HP   22,7702012-03-25 19:21:10
Exercising the club call.
 
W6KC   SO(A)AB HP   137,0162012-03-25 19:21:41
I had fun handing out the rare W6 mult. It was also a great opportunity to demo
HF to a new ham friend.
 
KR1ST   SOSB10 LP   40,2322012-03-25 19:23:30
Ant: 50ft doublet @ 35ft
Rig: IC-756ProIII
Pwr: 100 Watts

I only worked a few hours on 10m with a temporary setup. Best DX (not
necessarily in distance), Senegal, Namibia and South Cook Islands. The
Falklands came in very strong, but alas no contest stations. It always seems
that there was a strong opening to South America whenever I turned on the rig
to work the contest a little. Of course a 50ft doublet has 4 lobes with gain on
ten meters, but none of them were aimed at EU. So I'm not sure if there wasn't
any decent opening to EU or if I was just not hearing them. Worked only a
handful of stations in Southern Europe, and just a few US stations.

73,
--Alex KR1ST
 
VA3RKM   SOAB QRP   8,2882012-03-25 19:26:39
K2, 5 watts, vertical. Condx for QRP improved Sunday afternoon.
 
KD9MS   SOSB20 HP   2,6972012-03-25 19:29:26
I was supposed to be at my son's baseball tournament, but it got rained out and
I got the message as we were all loaded in the car ready to back out 2 hours
before the contest. So I decided to make a few contacts and play a bit in this
contest. After my first contact with JT5DX (which was very cool!), I realized
that my FT2000 power level was at 150W so I just kept it there and went as a
high power 20M entry in this contest. I didn't get to operate much but it was
fun and I did get to get a lot of yard work done that wouldn't have gotten done
if I was at the baseball tournament.

20 meters was awesome! Lots of over the pole DX stations around 0200Z on
Saturday morning. I just kept the beam north and tried to see who was on. A
little polar flutter but not too bad.

Thanks for the few contacts! Most of the outside temporary antennas are down
now but I look forward to the next test!

73, Craig KD9MS
 
WO8CC(N8BJQ)   SOAB HP   3,503,9942012-03-25 19:30:22
Thanks to N8NR for letting me use WO8CC. Nice to be a unique prefix. Nothing
broke - had to shut town on Friday night for a local T-storm.

Lots of activity. Should be some good scores. Had hoped that 10M would be
good, and it was to SA and the Pacific. Only worked an handfull of EU stns.
15M was awesome this afternoon. Had a 120 hour with both JA and EU calling.
Pointed the beam north and both AS and EU were loud. 20M was also very good.
40M is a zoo. Wish more DX would go back to working split.
 
KY7M   SO(A)AB HP   1,192,5962012-03-25 19:30:51
Excellent conditions to EU on 15m Sunday morning. Also, very good on 20m both
nights here. Too bad that 10m continues to be so stubborn this sunspot cycle.
 
KZ5MM(W5PR)   SOSB10 HP   910,4702012-03-25 19:38:13
Well where do I start? The conditions were nowhere near as good as I had hoped
they would be. I usually don't whine about problems during the contest, but
this time I will. We had a tornado on the Monday before the contest and a tree
fell across a guy wire taking down one of my towers. There were three 10 meter
antennas on it, a 6el rotary at 75 feet and two 4el beams, one on S.A. and the
other on XE. That left me with one rotary beam and two fixed beams, both
pointed NE. Oh well, I just hope the downed tower laying on the trees did not
fall on me as I walked under it to get from the house to the shack!

The other tower that did not fall, had the rotary beam turned. I knew if I
didn't climb it that Friday afternoon before the contest and set it on north, I
would be annoyed for the whole contest. But then I got to thinking: if I have
to climb anyway, whu don't I carry that big rotor up there and replace the T2X.
Sure, in every disaster there is an opportunity to improve over what you had
before. Since I was in a hurry, I decided to carry the new, big rotor up the
tower. Good idea maybe for a 20 year old, but maybe not so good an idea for a
69 year old! As you can imagine, it got heavier as the climb to 140 feet
progressed. I eventually got it up to the top and removed the T2X, cut thye
cable and installed plug for the new rotor. Then I plopped the new rotor on
the shelf and put the first bolt in. Then I looked and looked for the other
bolt holes. I took the first bolt out and turned and turned, but there was no
direction thatr worked My rotor shelf on the fallen tower had bolt holes for
both brands of rotors, but this one was only drilled for the T2X. Ok great,
the contest is close to starting and I have cut the plug off the rotor! I
switched the rotors back to the T2X and pulled the old plug out, but I dropped
the soldering torch so I had to leave the connections twisted together. I came
down the tower thinking I had already missed the start, but then I remembered
the Daylight Savings Time, so I was Ok.

I got into the shack exhausted and turned everything on. The rotor read due
south even though it should have read due north. It was mis-wired! Ok, don't
panic. Test some resistances on the wires. maybe 2 wires are switched. No such
luck. I have to climb again! Huffed and puffed back up there and found that I
had not pushed the plug all the way into the rotor. @#%*. Fixed that,
soldered the connections and came back down. Thank goodness it worked Ok, but
then the screen on the Icom 756PROIII went all red. I could barely read it. Oh
well, I will forge on anyway.

I started just at the end of the first hour, but I was exhausted. On the first
contact, VK4ACE gave me 59 #8 and oh, by the way, did you know you were on lower
sideband? Well shure I knew, I just like to be different! No, I didn't know
because I couldn't read the screen. I said "thanks" and CQ'd on USB. Highlight
was B7P calling at 0137. I called it quits at 0200. Only one JA the first
night:
QSO: 28482 PH 2012-03-24 0137 KZ5MM 59 68 JE1AHE 59 25

Saturday morning started with SA and then the first EU:
QSO: 28430 PH 2012-03-24 1350 KZ5MM 59 118 ON7GB 59 415

On Saturday, I worked a little long path:
QSO: 28430 PH 2012-03-24 1329 KZ5MM 59 98 VR2CB 59 41
QSO: 28430 PH 2012-03-24 1346 KZ5MM 59 111 9M2IDJ 59 159
QSO: 28430 PH 2012-03-24 1355 KZ5MM 59 123 JA6RCH 59 37
QSO: 28430 PH 2012-03-24 1407 KZ5MM 59 132 9W2VVH 59 94
If I didn't miss anyone. Pulled the switch again at 0200.

I felt a little less tired on Sunday, but my muscles were still a bit sore from
the sudden six hours of tower exercise on Friday afternoon. Started with SA
again. Propagation to SA seemed to be in for every hour I was in the contest.
However, my second contact on Sunday morning was my only long path QSO for the
day, KG6DX at 1320. That got my hopes up for a good propagation day, but sorry
Charlie, that was go down the tubes within a couple of hours. First EU at 1422
was F5LIW. Some highlights were:
QSO: 28434 PH 2012-03-25 1532 KZ5MM 59 791 TO7BC 59 1263
who said th was in Mayotte and:
QSO: 28554 PH 2012-03-25 2312 KZ5MM 59 994 CE0Y/NL8F 59 529
on Easter Island who I tuned across CQing and no takers! 118 PYs, wow, thanks!


Ok, it was fun, but nowhere near a record setting event for 10 meters. Next
year?

160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total %

OC 0 0 0 0 0 127 127 13.0
SA 0 0 0 0 0 213 213 21.9
NA 0 0 0 0 0 468 468 48.0
AS 0 0 0 0 0 12 12 1.2
EU 0 0 0 0 0 117 117 12.0
AF 0 0 0 0 0 37 37 3.8

160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total

5X 1 1
6W 1 1
9A 4 4
9M2 2 2
9Y 1 1
BY 1 1
CE 14 14
CE0Y 1 1
CM 1 1
CN 3 3
CP 2 2
CT 11 11
CT3 4 4
CX 5 5
DL 11 11
EA 37 37
EA6 1 1
EA8 5 5
EA9 1 1
EI 1 1
F 6 6
FH 1 1
FK 1 1
FM 1 1
G 1 1
HA 3 3
HB 1 1
HC 1 1
HI 1 1
HK 3 3
HP 1 1
I 26 26
IG9 1 1
IT9 4 4
JA 8 8
K 408 408
KH2 1 1
KH6 17 17
KL 3 3
KP2 3 3
KP4 8 8
LU 55 55
LZ 1 1
OA 1 1
OK 1 1
ON 2 2
P4 2 2
PA 2 2
PJ2 2 2
PY 118 118
PZ 1 1
S5 1 1
SV 1 1
TI 2 2
TR 1 1
UR 2 2
V4 1 1
V5 1 1
VE 36 36
VK 71 71
VR 1 1
XE 2 2
YB 1 1
YO 1 1
YS 1 1
YV 4 4
ZL 36 36
ZP 3 3
ZS 18 18

QSO/Pref by hour and band

Hour 160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm
OffTime

D1-0000Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 5/4 5/4 5/4
D1-0100Z - - - - - 77/37 77/37 82/41
D1-0200Z - - - - - 1/0 1/0 83/41
59
D1-0300Z - - - - - - 0/0 83/41
60
D1-0400Z - - - - - - 0/0 83/41
60
D1-0500Z - - - - - - 0/0 83/41
60
D1-0600Z - - - - - - 0/0 83/41
60
D1-0700Z - - - - - - 0/0 83/41
60
D1-0800Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 0/0 83/41
60
D1-0900Z - - - - - - 0/0 83/41
60
D1-1000Z - - - - - - 0/0 83/41
60
D1-1100Z - - - - - - 0/0 83/41
60
D1-1200Z - - - - - 4/4 4/4 87/45
50
D1-1300Z - - - - - 38/24 38/24 125/69
D1-1400Z - - - - - 35/15 35/15 160/84
D1-1500Z - - - - - 26/15 26/15 186/99
D1-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 49/33 49/33 235/132
D1-1700Z - - - - - 82/40 82/40 317/172
D1-1800Z - - - - - 63/27 63/27 380/199
D1-1900Z - - - - - 62/20 62/20 442/219
D1-2000Z - - - - - 73/34 73/34 515/253
D1-2100Z - - - - - 60/28 60/28 575/281
D1-2200Z - - - - - 33/10 33/10 608/291
D1-2300Z - - - - - 45/15 45/15 653/306
D2-0000Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 31/9 31/9 684/315
D2-0100Z - - - - - 33/7 33/7 717/322
5
D2-0200Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-0300Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-0400Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-0500Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-0600Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-0700Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-0800Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 0/0 717/322
60
D2-0900Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-1000Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-1100Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-1200Z - - - - - - 0/0 717/322
60
D2-1300Z - - - - - 16/9 16/9 733/331
15
D2-1400Z - - - - - 13/9 13/9 746/340
D2-1500Z - - - - - 55/35 55/35 801/375
D2-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 32/14 32/14 833/389
D2-1700Z - - - - - 18/11 18/11 851/400
D2-1800Z - - - - - 17/7 17/7 868/407
D2-1900Z - - - - - 27/11 27/11 895/418
D2-2000Z - - - - - 20/8 20/8 915/426
D2-2100Z - - - - - 22/6 22/6 937/432
D2-2200Z - - - - - 19/5 19/5 956/437
D2-2300Z - - - - - 18/8 18/8 974/445

Total: 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 974/445


Chuck, W5PR
 
VK3TDX   SOAB HP   1,074,2752012-03-25 19:49:30
Mr Murphy visited bringing problems with my 15 meter antenna all weekend so not
my best scoring effort. Interesting propagation with many frustrations but
some nice surprises.

Thanks to all who pulled me through.
73 Steve
 
AD1C   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   491,8772012-03-25 19:49:46
Radio: ICOM IC-7600 (100w)
Antenna: HyGain AV-640 multi-band vertical, 1/2 G5RV in attic
Software: WriteLog 11

Very part-time effort, an hour here, an hour there. 15m to Europe seemed much
better Saturday morning than Sunday, however, I was still hearing a couple of
TM stations from France well after 15m had opened to JA Sunday afternoon. 40M
could have been good Sunday morning, but I didn't get there until well over an
hour after sunrise. I worked one JA, and YB4IR still had a good signal.

Biggest surprise was to work V55V on four bands. There never seemed to be any
pileup.

Thanks to everyone for getting on the air. WPX is like a world-wide costume
ball, you never know who may be behind the mask!
 
K9CT   SOSB15 HP   3,381,5882012-03-25 19:51:14
20m antennas were on the ground, so decided the M/2 was out. 15m sounded like a
winner...one that I could get some sleep doing. So 15m it was...

Good Asia opening on Friday and Sunday evening but Saturday was completely
different as I could not hear many JA at all. EU was excellent on both
mornings. It actually was too good on Sunday morning...I had to wait until it
opened to the midwest US and by then the EU and East Coast guys were wall to
wall from 200 to 450. It was a bit frustrating trying to run in that situation.
If 10 had opened more, maybe there would have been more room.

Best DX was two VU calling in the middle of their nighttime. I guess I need to
stay up all night on 15m!

I did work 429 US stations but no E for short prop...most was backscatter. 177
JA, 103 DL, 77 I and 58 for both G and EA.

I used the OWA stack most of the time with the Steppir DB42 doing the off
direction duty through a Stackmatch. It worked quite well.

I used a K3 with the second rx and an Alpha 87A. The interface was the MKII and
logging software was N1MM. All worked well.

Lots of fun...but my ears are ringing, my voice is sore and I look forward to
the next cw contest...hi.

73, Craig K9CT
 
PU8WWW   SO(A)SB10(R) LP   1,403,6882012-03-25 19:52:14
TX-RX : FT-450 D
POWER: 80 WATTS
ANT: 3 ELE YAGI
LOC: GI68OW

www.trc002.webs.com
 
N7ZG   SOAB LP   1,738,6932012-03-25 19:52:49
SFI 100
A-index 9 day 1 and 4 on day 2

My 80M inverted vee was damaged in a recent storm and I decided to just skip
80M for this contest given that mults don't count per band. The plan was to
focus on six point contacts on 40M at night. As it turned out 40M was pretty
much a bust to JA both nights. Not sure why. 20M stayed open till almost 4 am
the first night. Made EU contacts till 3 am. 15M was open till past noon on
both days but I decided to take a rest break during that time on day 1. In
retrospect I would have skipped staying up late at night and worked all the
daylight periods.

Interesting DX was EX and HZ.

No EU on 10M again due to the low flux. Maybe next year.

Need to get the stacks online this summer.
 
NH6P(KH7Y)   SOSB15 HP   4,440,5002012-03-25 19:54:25
Fun!! EU long path S9+ signals , EU short path best yet from my new QTH!
Excellent runs!

Thanks for all the QSOs

Fred, KH7Y
 
KØVVX   SOAB LP   227,6782012-03-25 20:03:09
Despite all the issues with computer and the way the prop was in my aera i put
up a respectiable showing.
 
NN5J(N5DX)   SOAB HP   12,104,5322012-03-25 20:04:13
Conditions seemed very similar to last year. A couple of thoughts about each
band:

160- Didn't bother hooking up the antenna.

80- Europe was almost non existant Friday night, Saturday night was a little
better, but still slim pickins.

40- Felt ho hum to Europe. Great run to Japan Sunday morning. Lots of JA
stations and they were all loud. Also had some good stuff call in like 9V1YC,
JT5DX, 9M8Z, and HS0JZU. In total I worked 241 JA stations on 40 meters. I
took a little nap around 9:00 PM Saturday night with the intention of waking up
at 11:30 P.M. For some reason, my alarm didn't go off! At 12:18 local time, my
wife sent me a text, and the vibrating of my phone caused me to wake up. Would
have slept through the European opening if she hadn't of done that.

20- Not much happening here. Could never get a run going into Europe or
Japan.

15- Nice opening into Japan at the start of the contest as well as Russia, even
had VU2DSI call in at 0200Z. Of course this was the band for Europe both days.
I really struggled finding a run frequency on Sunday and was hopping all over
the band making Qs any way I could.

10- Spent a lot of time with the second radio on 10 meters working South
American multipliers. Played around with short bursts of calling CQ with the
beam pointed West and had some loud VK and ZL stations call in along with a
lone JA. Sunday morning the band tried to open to Europe but it wasn't any
where close to runnable from here.



73,

Kevin, N5DX
 
AD7JP(K2PO)   SOAB LP   3,305,0432012-03-25 20:04:39
A storm trashed my shorty-forty yagi two weeks ago, and recent weather wasn't
conducive to repairs. But Friday was the deadline, so the work got done - in
the snow. However, the project didn't wrap up until after the starting bell,
so I missed most of the first two hours.

I made up the missed time in the slow, wee hours of the morning. That was a
bit of a drag (but the real consequences won't appear until work tomorrow :)

Those issues aside, it was a great weekend. While 10m didn't open except to
South America, the other bands were in good shape. Bu lots of metrics, this
was my best contest effort.

It's always fun to have an exotic station come back to a CQ when you're working
US stations. 5X1D was the highlight in that category this time.

The heroes of the contest, of course, are the folks who get on to dabble for a
few hours. On Sunday, over half my contacts had QSO numbers below 280. It
wouldn't be much of an event without them.

Thanks to all,

/Bill, K2PO
Portland, OR
 
XE2B   SO(A)SB10 HP   196,7112012-03-25 20:15:36
A lot of fun despite low operating time and somehow really bad condx.
Not much time available caused by plenty of honey-do's ;)

Thanks for the Q's.

-----------------------
Worked DXCC's

CountryPrefix Total <>
6W 1 1
9A 1 1
9M6 1 1
CE 8 8
CE0Y 1 1
CM 1 1
CN 2 2
CT3 1 1
CU 2 2
CX 6 6
E5/s 2 2
EA8 1 1
F 1 1
FM 1 1
HC 1 1
HI 4 4
HK 2 2
HR 1 1
J5 1 1
JA 23 23
K 169 169
KH2 1 1
KH6 6 6
KP2 3 3
LU 30 30
P4 3 3
PJ2 1 1
PJ4 1 1
PY 38 38
TI 1 1
TJ 1 1
TR 1 1
V5 2 2
VE 10 10
VK 5 5
VP5 1 1
YB 3 3
YV 2 2
ZL 8 8
ZP 2 2
ZS 1 1
--------------------------------
Total 350 350


-----------------------

Cabrillo Statistics (Version 10g) by K5KA & N6TV
http://bit.ly/cabstat

CALLSIGN: XE2B
CONTEST: CQ-WPX-SSB
CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP-ASSISTED 10M HIGH SSB
OPERATORS: XE2B

-------------- Q S O R a t e S u m m a r y ---------------------
Hour 160 80 40 20 15 10 Rate Total Pct
--------------------------------------------------------------------
0000 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0.6
0100 0 0 0 0 0 61 61 63 18.0
0200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
0300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
0400 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
0500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
0600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
0700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
0800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
0900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
1100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
1200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
1300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 18.0
1400 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 65 18.6
1500 0 0 0 0 0 29 29 94 26.9
1600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
1700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
1800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
1900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
2000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
2100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
2200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
2300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0400 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
0900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
1100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
1200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 26.9
1300 0 0 0 0 0 11 11 105 30.0
1400 0 0 0 0 0 21 21 126 36.0
1500 0 0 0 0 0 59 59 185 52.9
1600 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 192 54.9
1700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 192 54.9
1800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 192 54.9
1900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 192 54.9
2000 0 0 0 0 0 21 21 213 60.9
2100 0 0 0 0 0 29 29 242 69.1
2200 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 252 72.0
2300 0 0 0 0 0 98 98 350 100.0
------------------------------------------------------
Total 0 0 0 0 0 350 350

Gross QSOs=351 Dupes=1 Net QSOs=350

Unique callsigns worked = 350

The best 60 minute rate was 98/hour from 2300 to 2359
The best 30 minute rate was 118/hour from 2322 to 2351
The best 10 minute rate was 150/hour from 0135 to 0144

The best 1 minute rates were:
4 QSOs/minute 5 times.
3 QSOs/minute 21 times.
2 QSOs/minute 50 times.
1 QSOs/minute 167 times.

There were 0 bandchanges and 0 (0.0%) probable 2nd radio QSOs.

Number of letters in callsigns
Letters # worked
-----------------
4 114
5 116
6 113
7 1
8 3
9 2
10 1

Multi-band QSOs
---------------
1 bands 350
2 bands 0
3 bands 0
4 bands 0
5 bands 0
6 bands 0

------- S i n g l e B a n d Q S O s ------
Band 160 80 40 20 15 10
----------------------------------------------
QSOs 0 0 0 0 0 350
 
KM7W(K7ZO)   SO(A)SB15 HP   2,221,0842012-03-25 20:15:39
I was not sure what to expect the weekend. Conditions last weekend for the
Russian Content and others were clearly poor. But, it seemed like things got
better as the week progressed. So, as an optimist I hoped propagation would
match last year's WPX SSB conditions which were some of the best of the current
cycle. With this in mind I made the two hour drive from Boise over to NK7U. I
chose to operate Single Band 15 Assisted HP. Joe was going to do the same on 10
and our goals were to set new W7 records in the categories.

15 was open nicely to Japan and Asia at the start of the contest. A 155 first
hour was more a function of me not being "in the groove" than anything and a
200+ was certainly possible. Things slowed down the second and third hours but
the 104 and 111 were respectable. Got some good mults from HS0ZCW, EX7ML, UP6P,
UN8GV, UN6G and probably the best QSO of the contest A73A at 0336 UTC. It has
been some time since we worked that part of the world on 15 during the evening.
I had three OH's call in during the 0200 hour and I was their QSO's 1, 2 and
3. I told one of them "Welcome to the contest" to which he replied "Hey its 4AM
here and I just got up!"

When the band closed I had 397 QSOs in the log and felt pretty good about it.

Got up just before sunrise on Saturday and there were a few South Americans
already coming in. That felt good. I didn't expect the band to open to Europe
until a little later. I also knew from experience that Joe's 5/5/5 stack on
Europe is an absolute killer. It has proven itself in many contests. So, I
waited for the band to open and had a cup of coffee. Then another cup of
coffee, and another. I managed to scrape out QSO's with TM6M and EA3GTJ about
an hour after sunrise. This is where I expect the band to open to and figured
it was just a little what longer until the band snapped open. So tuned around
picked off stations I could, got some mini runs going that netted only US
stations, and drank another cup of coffee. I didn't work another European until
an hour later -- now two hours after sunrise. Now I was starting to get worried.
I could tell conditions were not great. Looking at the cluster it was clear 10
was not open from the East Coast to Europe which meant the whole world was on
15. The band did open nicely over the next 30 minutes and after much struggle I
finally managed to wedge in at 21357 and got a run going. I had a 135 hour
followed by a 90 which was respectable. I lost the frequency and took an hour
to find another one. I am not sure I have ever heard 15 as packed as I heard it
this weekend. It sounded like 20 at the bottom of the solar cycle. A clear
frequency meant that the QRM was only S9+5 instead of S9+15. By the time I got
a run going Europe was mostly gone but I had a nice rates in the upper 90s of
North Americans. By then sunrise was hitting Japan and it was time to start
beaming that way. While calling CQ I had F4FFH call in off the side of the
beams which was quite a surprise. Thinking it was a fluke I just kept beaming
to Asia. Then CT1EEK called in and figured something must be going on. In my
deep dark memories I remembered that 15 can be open to JA and Europe at the
same time. So I switched back the Europe stack, quickly worked a dozen
stations, and then it was over. This was around 2100 UTC -- around three hours
after sunset in Europe. Not bad. Unfortunately, when I went back to Japan and
Asia there just was not much happening. I can't believe I worked them all the
first night so propagation must have taken a drop somewhere along the way.
Luckily a steady stream of 1 pointers kept me going. I ended up pulling the
plug at 0200, about 2 hours earlier than Friday night.

At the end of Saturday night I was at 1.8M points with 1,250 QSOs. This was
well ahead of where I needed to be to achieve my pre-contest goals of 2.5M and
1,395 QSOs. I had already passed the old W7 Single Band 15 Assisted HP record
of 550K points. I was thinking with a good Sunday I could hit 3.0M points and
2,000 QSOs. In the 2011 WPX SSB contest the NK7U M/S team had 1,600+ QSO's on
15, so since I was totally dedicated to 15 I figured I could break that. Plus
my 1,250 QSOs at the end of Saturday was ahead of the 1,039 they had at the
same point.

I again sat down at the radio at dawn on Sunday. As I turned on the radio I
could hear IR4A. I could not work him but I did work IO3P, UA5A, and 9A5Y a
couple minutes later. Things seemed much better than Saturday. Then I didn't
work anyone for 15 minutes and it all got worse from there. The band only
seemed open up over the more northerly path in LA, SM, OH, LY, YL, UA3. I was
just not hearing the expected EA, F, and CT stations that we usually hear when
the band is marginal. Then I was working ON/PA and the G's. But, not many. And
even then the band didn't really open until 1745, about 90 minutes later than
Saturday. The rates for my hours on Sunday were 9, 10, 24, 36, 24, and 28 when
I finally said "Enough is enough" and pulled the plug.

So in the end, yes I hopefully sent a new W7 record for Single Op, Single Band
15 Meter Assisted. I fell well short of my goals though and in then end felt
like the contest really ended for me when I turned the radio off on Saturday
night.

One very positive thing from the contest are the 31 BY stations in the log.
Contesting activity continues to increase from this country. It will be
interesting if this trend continues for another 10 years or more. It would
change the nature of contesting here on the west coast.

Thanks to Joe for letting me come over and play radio for the weekend and KL9A
for the use of the KM7W call.

Scott/K7ZO

QSO/Pref by hour and band

Hour 160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm
D1-0000Z --+- --+- --+- --+- 155/106 - -+- 155/106 155/106
D1-0100Z - - - - 104/67 - 104/67 259/173
D1-0200Z - - - - 112/46 - 112/46 371/219
D1-0300Z - - - - 26/9 - 26/9 397/228
D1-0400Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-0500Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-0600Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-0700Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-0800Z --+- --+- --+- --+- --+- --+- 0/0 397/228
D1-0900Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-1000Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-1100Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-1200Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-1300Z - - - - - - 0/0 397/228
D1-1400Z - - - - 10/7 - 10/7 407/235
D1-1500Z - - - - 30/28 - 30/28 437/263
D1-1600Z --+- --+- --+- --+- 72/62 --+- 72/62 509/325
D1-1700Z - - - - 135/98 - 135/98 644/423
D1-1800Z - - - - 90/61 - 90/61 734/484
D1-1900Z - - - - 52/32 - 52/32 786/516
D1-2000Z - - - - 98/26 - 98/26 884/542
D1-2100Z - - - - 92/25 - 92/25 976/567
D1-2200Z - - - - 67/29 - 67/29 1043/596
D1-2300Z - - - - 66/30 - 66/30 1109/626
D2-0000Z --+- --+- --+- --+ - 60/19 --+- 60/19 1169/645
D2-0100Z - - - - 61/18 - 61/18 1230/663
D2-0200Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-0300Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-0400Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-0500Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-0600Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-0700Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-0800Z --+- --+- --+- --+- --+- --+- 0/0 1230/663
D2-0900Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-1000Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-1100Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-1200Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-1300Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-1400Z - - - - - - 0/0 1230/663
D2-1500Z - - - - 9/5 - 9/5 1239/668
D2-1600Z --+- --+- --+- --+- 10/7 --+- 10/7 1249/675
D2-1700Z - - - - 24/14 - 24/14 1273/689
D2-1800Z - - - - 36/18 - 36/18 1309/707
D2-1900Z - - - - 24/14 - 24/14 1333/721
D2-2000Z - - - - 28/13 - 28/13 1361/734

Total: 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1361/734 0/0

160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total %

AS 0 0 0 0 342 0 342 25.1
NA 0 0 0 0 557 0 557 40.9
OC 0 0 0 0 25 0 25 1.8
SA 0 0 0 0 50 0 50 3.7
EU 0 0 0 0 371 0 371 27.3
AF 0 0 0 0 16 0 16 1.2

160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total

3V 1 1
4X 1 1
5B 2 2
5N 1 1
5Z 1 1
6W 1 1
8P 1 1
9A 6 6
9M6 1 1
9V 1 1
A7 1 1
BV 2 2
BY 31 31
CE 6 6
CM 4 4
CN 2 2
CT 4 4
CT3 3 3
CU 1 1
CX 4 4
D4 2 2
DL 66 66
DU 2 2
E7 4 4
EA 20 20
EA8 2 2
EA9 1 1
EI 6 6
ER 2 2
ES 1 1
EU 2 2
EX 1 1
F 14 14
FM 1 1
G 26 26
GD 1 1
GM 9 9
GW 1 1
HA 4 4
HB 2 2
HC 1 1
HI 1 1
HK 3 3
HL 9 9
HS 2 2
I 43 43
IT9 4 4
JA 258 258
JT 1 1
K 500 500
KH6 8 8
KL 8 8
KP2 2 2
KP4 1 1
LA 3 3
LU 12 12
LX 1 1
LY 6 6
LZ 2 2
OE 2 2
OH 7 7
OK 6 6
OM 2 2
ON 19 19
OZ 8 8
P4 4 4
PA 10 10
PJ4 1 1
PY 17 17
S5 8 8
SM 7 7
SP 29 29
SV 7 7
SV5 2 2
SV9 1 1
TI 1 1
UA 7 7
UA9 28 28
UN 3 3
UR 17 17
V5 1 1
VE 33 33
VK 5 5
VP5 1 1
VR 2 2
XE 4 4
YB 5 5
YL 1 1
YO 4 4
YU 5 5
YV 2 2
Z3 1 1
ZL 4 4
ZS 1 1
 
WI7N   SO(A)AB HP   736,7092012-03-25 20:16:34
A fun contest, although I've never quite figured out how to deal with an
operator who says, "We've worked before" and then says "Your QSO number was
xxx" and the number he quotes is several hundred higher than your current QSO
number, and he refuses to listen or work you again. This seems to happen a lot
when KI7N and I (WI7N) are both in the same contest!

The other annoying thing is operators who repeat your QSO number, and say "Is
that a roger?" and the number is wrong, and you say "Negative...negative," and
give the proper contact number, but the guy ignores you and moves on anyway."

Oh well, I guess those problems are just part of the contest experience.
 
PW2D(@PY2DM)   M/S HP   18,080,8092012-03-25 20:16:43
Using Mamiros/PY2DM QTH is always a pleasure. Now it is much easier to do volume
QSOs as the utility company has fixed the worst QRM sources.
Ricardo/PY2PT and Fabio/PY2BK worked as real QSO machines.
 
AD5VJ   SO(A)AB HP   1,163,6742012-03-25 20:20:58
FINALLY BROKE 1,000,000 for the first time ever. Improved on operator
technicque, vertical grounding and sitting in the chair more. The later I think
probably helped the most HIHI.

I was dissapointed at the propagation on 80 and 10 meters. Also dissapointed at
the filtering in a real contest environment with my PROII. I am seriously
considering trading back to an FT-1000MP MKV. I think we are not where we need
to be for DSP filtering and want to get back to the ROCK SOLID cascaded filters
of the FT-1000MP.

I was also very upset when my HeilPRO headset dissmanteled itself in the middle
of the contest as I was rotating it out of my face area. I had to spend an hour
figuring out how to glue the microphone back onto it without ruining it.
Counted that as a break time. Now looking for a better solution. Looking for a
"real" headset that also has the great audio that the Heil does.

Other than that a great contst and VERY HAPPY with the score at the end.

73 to all look forward to the CW contest.

BOB AD5VJ
 
KU8E   SOSB10(TS) HP   372,3782012-03-25 20:23:44
FT1000MP - AL811H - 500 Watts - Full wave rotatable vertical loop @ 45 feet


Interesting conditions on 10 meters. Band never really opened to Europe on
Saturday. Had pretty good conditions to W6/W7 during the afternoon when I made
most of my stateside OSO's. On Sunday there was about a 1 1/2 hour opening to
EU around 11:00 AM local time but no opening all day to anywhere in the US
except on back scatter. For most of the contest it was the South America QSO
Party.

Contesting is really taking off in South America. 73 PY's and 46 LU's in my
log. Nice to see all the activity from down there. It would have been pretty
boring without those stations being on. Also a lot of activity from VK/ZL.

I was probably crazy to do 10 meter signal band and miss out on some good rate
with a good prefix but if was fun to try something different.


73's Jeff KU8E




Country Total QSO's

5X 1
8P 1
9A 6
A7 1
C9 1
CE 12
CE0Y 1
CN 2
CT 5
CT3 2
CU 2
CX 6
D4 1
DL 4
E5/s 2
E7 1
EA 18
EA8 2
EA9 1
EI 1
F 4
HA 4
HC 1
HI 1
HK 1
HR 1
I 8
IT9 2
JA 1
K 240
KH2 1
KH6 9
KP2 4
KP4 7
LU 46
LZ 2
OK 3
OM 1
ON 1
P4 4
PJ2 1
PJ4 1
PY 73
TI 1
V5 2
VE 10
VK 24
XE 4
YO 7
YV 5
ZL 12
ZP 2
ZS 5
Total 560
 
WA3F   SO(A)AB HP   1,034,1432012-03-25 20:50:34
Never got it going on this one. I'm happy with the results, though
How in the world does P40W do it?
Go FRC

Dave
WA3F
 
K7VIT   SO(A)AB HP   481,0702012-03-25 20:50:35
We need to send an invitation to Mr. 10m to come to the party. Another weak
showing by 10m ... and everyone is awaiting the grand performance this cycle.

It was a rough weekend for me with a respiratory bug doing "chair-time" in my
lungs. <Cough cough>. 15m and 20m definitely came to the party. I worked at
least 2 new ones for me, one on multiple bands. <Smile!> It was outstanding to
hear plenty of EU and AF signals coming into what we left coasters think is
also a "black hole" of propagation in the Pacific Northwest.

I have a couple of questions for anyone who has an answer to satisfy my
puzzlement:

1. For the second weekend contest this month, I experienced a skewed heading
for ZL-land. In the WPX-SSB and either the BARTG RTTY or maybe the ARRL DX SSB,
I tuned a station while at the 224 degree heading for OR/K7toZL. Because of weak
signal strength I could not complete the contact, so I turned back through 180
deg. (South, ala Yaesu rotor's 450 deg. rotation) where on both occasions I
found the ZL signal many S-units stronger at about 180 degrees hence the
contact was completed. (No the ant. hasn't slipped on the mast--the headings
are good.) I have experienced skewing on VHF but not such pronounced
directionality and skewing on HF as on these two occasions. Does anyone have
an answer for this skewing of the signal path?

2. On the second day of the WPX (March 25, 2012, at about 2200 UTC), I
experienced continuous noise at an S-9 level on 10m, 15m, and 20m making all
but the loudest signals uncopiable. Yes, it could have been local electrical
noise I suppose, but I have rarely experienced such a noise outburst in this
locality. There was NO precipitation for rain static on the antennas or power
line/insulator problems. On one occasion, we did have quite an increased noise
level due to solar activity; but I didn't see any indications of such solar
activity on this occasion. This noise continued for the rest of the contest on
15m and on 10m. After 1.5 hours, the noise reduced somewhat on 20m so I
finished there. Did anyone else experience this noise? Does anyone have an
explanation for this occurrence othere than a local RF random noise source?

Thanks to all who answered my hoarse croaking calls.
73, Jerry
 
WØLSD   SO(A)AB LP   301,2752012-03-25 20:57:24
What a difference a week makes! Pretty decent propagation on 15 and 20..just TE
stuff on 10. Fighting a cold that has left a nasty cough.. this is one that
only part time S & P could work. I knew there would be some amazing scores with
the serials that were being passed out on Sunday afternoon.
 
NY6N(@W6YI)   M/S HP   15,049,1252012-03-25 21:14:24
This was our first go at M/S in WPX SSB. It turned out to be an enjoyable way
to spend a weekend. Rates were outstanding for most of the contest, even
though conditions werent that great. Thanks as always to W6YI for putting up
with us and keeping us well fed. This score would not have been possible if it
wasn't for the 3 of us working well together as a team.

This was Tim's (N6WIN) first time joining us for a contest. He fit right in,
and we hope he comes back for many more. He was amazed at how much work really
goes into a full fledged M/S. We each put in 40+ hours of operating time.

73,

Dan N6MJ for team W6YI

Cabrillo Statistics (Version 10g) by K5KA & N6TV
http://bit.ly/cabstat

CONTEST: CQ-WPX-SSB
CALLSIGN: NY6N
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: MULTI-OP
CATEGORY-TRANSMITTER: ONE
OPERATORS:

-------------- Q S O R a t e S u m m a r y ---------------------
Hour 160 80 40 20 15 10 Rate Total Pct
--------------------------------------------------------------------
0000 0 0 0 0 224 5 229 229 5.3
0100 0 0 4 0 141 1 146 375 8.7
0200 0 0 4 0 119 0 123 498 11.6
0300 0 0 4 174 1 0 179 677 15.7
0400 0 0 5 119 0 0 124 801 18.6
0500 0 0 6 78 0 0 84 885 20.5
0600 0 12 137 0 0 0 149 1034 24.0
0700 0 2 83 4 0 0 89 1123 26.1
0800 0 9 80 1 0 0 90 1213 28.2
0900 0 30 67 0 0 0 97 1310 30.4
1000 0 18 90 0 0 0 108 1418 32.9
1100 0 3 116 3 0 0 122 1540 35.8
1200 0 3 68 2 0 0 73 1613 37.5
1300 0 48 19 1 0 0 68 1681 39.0
1400 0 0 19 41 3 0 63 1744 40.5
1500 0 0 0 5 95 0 100 1844 42.8
1600 0 0 0 4 64 0 68 1912 44.4
1700 0 0 0 2 101 5 108 2020 46.9
1800 0 0 0 0 100 9 109 2129 49.4
1900 0 0 0 0 91 10 101 2230 51.8
2000 0 0 0 0 90 25 115 2345 54.4
2100 0 0 0 0 6 123 129 2474 57.4
2200 0 0 0 28 39 10 77 2551 59.2
2300 0 0 1 49 4 1 55 2606 60.5
0000 0 0 0 113 4 17 134 2740 63.6
0100 0 0 10 30 76 0 116 2856 66.3
0200 0 0 9 16 53 0 78 2934 68.1
0300 0 2 18 73 0 0 93 3027 70.3
0400 0 0 6 56 0 0 62 3089 71.7
0500 0 0 5 67 0 0 72 3161 73.4
0600 1 2 19 7 0 0 29 3190 74.1
0700 0 14 46 1 0 0 61 3251 75.5
0800 0 5 42 0 0 0 47 3298 76.6
0900 0 32 8 0 0 0 40 3338 77.5
1000 0 0 72 0 0 0 72 3410 79.2
1100 0 0 73 0 0 0 73 3483 80.9
1200 0 1 58 0 0 0 59 3542 82.2
1300 0 1 79 3 0 0 83 3625 84.2
1400 0 0 38 10 0 0 48 3673 85.3
1500 0 0 0 31 23 1 55 3728 86.6
1600 0 0 0 8 74 1 83 3811 88.5
1700 0 0 0 1 91 0 92 3903 90.6
1800 0 0 0 0 49 20 69 3972 92.2
1900 0 0 0 2 45 12 59 4031 93.6
2000 0 0 0 4 60 1 65 4096 95.1
2100 0 0 0 31 44 2 77 4173 96.9
2200 0 0 0 14 23 27 64 4237 98.4
2300 0 0 0 18 48 4 70 4307 100.0
------------------------------------------------------
Total 1 182 1186 996 1668 274 4307

Gross QSOs=4378 Dupes=71 Net QSOs=4307

Unique callsigns worked = 3229

The best 60 minute rate was 229/hour from 0000 to 0059
The best 30 minute rate was 248/hour from 0000 to 0029
The best 10 minute rate was 300/hour from 0000 to 0009

The best 1 minute rates were:
8 QSOs/minute 1 times.
7 QSOs/minute 1 times.
6 QSOs/minute 3 times.
5 QSOs/minute 35 times.
4 QSOs/minute 124 times.
3 QSOs/minute 356 times.
2 QSOs/minute 757 times.
1 QSOs/minute 1021 times.

Number of letters in callsigns
Letters # worked
-----------------
3 20
4 1386
5 1372
6 1467
7 14
8 39
9 5
10 4

Multi-band QSOs
---------------
1 bands 2508
2 bands 465
3 bands 176
4 bands 59
5 bands 21
6 bands 0

------- S i n g l e B a n d Q S O s ------
Band 160 80 40 20 15 10
----------------------------------------------
QSOs 0 39 671 545 1087 166
 
VA7ST   SOAB HP   2,618,8502012-03-25 21:16:33
* FT-2000 and SB-221
* N1MM Logger (unassisted)
* Steppir 3-el. at 40'
* 40M -- Steppir dipole
* 80M -- twin vertical array E-W

2012 -- SFI = 103 A = 10 K = 2
2011 -- SFI = 114 A = 1 K = 0
2010 -- SFI = 88 A = 7 K = 2
2009 -- SFI = 71 A = 3 K = 1

Europe was better Sunday than Saturday on 20M. Both days were OK on 15M but not
great.

40M performed well, but 75M sure didn't.

Thanks to all for the contacts.

-- Bud VA7ST

QSOs
Band 2012 2011 2010
--------- --------- ---------
3.5 19 53 129
7 338 253 318
14 538 246 461
21 452 333 260
28 54 22 4
--------- --------- ---------
Total 1,401 907 1,172
Score: 2,618,850 1,482,451 2,014,380 (raw)

Hours: 24 22 32
 
WI5ID(K5IID)   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   450,3752012-03-25 21:22:06
Even though I had the weekend reserved on the family calendar, I got ambushed.
My mother-in-law's birthday and a nephew's birthday party just happened to be
scheduled at noon on Saturday in Ft Worth (a two hour round trip away. So that
meant missing almost all the EU openings on Saturday morning. By the time I got
back, this old man had to take a nap. So basically all of Saturday daylight
hours were shot. All that being said.. I still had a good time as usual.
I just have to do something about 40 and 80 meter antennas. Something on 160
would be a real plus. But on this postage stamp lot it is tough to do.
Someday i will come up with something. It's hard to do when the XYL would
really appreciate less wires and more open spaces. Hi.
Heard some outstanding scores!
I'll be back next year...
Tom K5IID
 
OP4A   SO(A)AB LP   1,000,6802012-03-25 21:30:48
Just did S&P this time
 
RF9C(@R9DX)   M/S HP   31,115,4662012-03-25 21:42:44
TNX ALL FOR QSOs, 73
 
VE7XF   SO(A)AB HP   1,409,8652012-03-25 21:52:36
Another casual operation.
Mostly S&P - I DO like hunting for mults (tnx to N1MM for making them easy to
find), and I need my breaks! I'll give the CW section much more attention.

Sunday certainly not as good as Saturday - 20m was open to EU for a long time.
More mults on 20 than 15 (284 vs 262). Little activity on 10, and no EU at
all.

The power company ganged up with the neighbours to provide various noises
throughout the contest. Maybe in my next life I'll live in the country.
With so many of us living in increasingly noisy urban areas, I think it's time
to re-introduce a 10/15/20 combo, where noise is a little less onerous.

Signal quality seems to be getting worse - many were hardly readable.
The good ones do stand out, don't they?
I can't imagine what condx are in store for us in May.

Ralph, VE7XF
 
VE5KS   SOSB10 LP   28,8902012-03-25 21:52:46
Condx were poor on 10. Tnx for all the South American stns, you were 90% of my
contacts.
 
UP4L(UN7LZ)   SOAB HP   10,101,3042012-03-25 21:59:22
Сondx was explosive, especially on 10m.
So sorry, but has problem on my low-bands (80/160m)antenna.
Thanks to ALL for calling and CU in WPX CW!

73, Valery UN7LZ
 
UZØU(UY5ZZ)   SOSB20 HP   3,474,2402012-03-25 21:59:53
IC7700 - ZZ-power - TH11DX ant
 
N3RC   SO(A)AB HP   1,208,2652012-03-25 22:03:39
Nice conditions except for 10m here in Montana
 
DU6/N6SS   SOAB LP   23,8002012-03-25 22:31:41
Rig: K3
Ant: 40m inverted vee
 
KT7E   SOAB HP   571,2802012-03-25 23:07:58
This was fun, except I can't hear Europe at my QTH till after 12:00 pm so not
hearing 15M really costs lots of missed opportunities.

I had problems with N1MM. It locked up on me several times even though I
downloaded the latest update. I had to replace a piece of coax early Saturday,
it decided to short out. Other than that the TS 950SDX, Alpha and SteppIR
worked well for my first real WPX effort. I'm glad I was able to add a few
points to the WVDXC efforts.

73 and thanks to all that I worked

Joe KT7E
 
SP4LVK   SOSB15 QRP   105,2252012-03-25 23:27:37
RIG:FT-950 PWR:5 ANT:2el Delta Loop
 
SQ1K   SO(A)AB LP   22,5602012-03-25 23:44:31
It was so busy weekend for me, working in contest in my brakes during painting
walls in new home. I could even tell that it was beta contest for my new
TS-590.

TS-590 is extremly good radio, listening in hard condition is a pleasure. Very
good dynamics, strong signals don't caused blocking my radio, I could hear weak
stations nearby a strong one.

So I am wainting for WPX CW, to fight in full contest time, as for 100% not
only in breaks HI HI.

Kenwood TS-590
PWR - 100w
ANT - Cushcraft A4S
N1MM Contest Logger
 
SN3B(SQ3JPV)   SOAB LP   502,0442012-03-25 23:52:10
Yaesu FT-1000MP, 100W 82m wire antenna (delta)
 
MMØLID   SOAB HP   4,098,3502012-03-25 23:58:21
Bands In Superb Shape, Except For 10M.
160 Was My downfall... Heard So Much Big Signals, But For Some Strange Reason
Wasn't Being Heard. Really Need To Work On Something Better For 160.

15M Was Very Good To Pacific Sunday Morning And Excellent To W6 W7 Later That
Day.

Thanks For All The Q's
Cu In The Next One.

Yeasu FTdx5000
Acom 1000 (300W)
2 Ele Cubical Quad (20,15,10)
Vertical (40)
Rotatable Dipole (80)
Wires (160,80,40)
Writelog Contest Logging

73 De Scott MM0LID
 
EA5DFV   SOSB20 HP   4,306,4122012-03-26 00:54:36
Well, I try with the 20m single band. A lot of pain with the numbers and the
crowed band. Bad conditions els saturday to NA east coast and better sunday.

73 de Jose

FT1000MP + PA
4el 20m @18m high
Mosley Pro 67B @20m
 
NAØCW(NØKE)   SOAB HP   1,714,9322012-03-26 01:02:42
Lost the 10m 5 el after one QSO! 160 ant wouldn't work the first night, it
worked fine Saturday afternoon but not Saturday night! No great loss for this
contest! Something else to fix.
 
DF9ZP   SO(A)SB15 HP   5,551,9702012-03-26 01:03:14
Thanks for calling.

vy 73

jo df9zp
 
N4WW   SO(A)AB HP   7,063,1002012-03-26 01:05:58
Always mixed feelings with any serious effort. My wife really questions my
sanity. Mr Hyde that dastardly dxer has to be accounted for. He spent most of
the weekend harrassing my long time friend K0LUZ. Mr "RUN" man himself. I think
being at my house during contests Mr Hyde the dxer rubbed off on him. I spotted
Gary the run man Saturday morning on 10 meters after working
d2qv,v55v,j52hf,zu6kb,ed9z,cn2r. (find those africans in arrl dx....whoops I
digress). He proclaims he is not working anyone in europe or north america!! I
was in shock. I have to usually push myself to run enough to beat him when we
compete and he still usually beats me with his 1500 run qso's and I have my
usual 750 qso's and 750 prefixs. So the pressure was off. The other competitor
n6ar took the weekend off also. No pressure to get beat by the tribander with
dipoles on 80/40 (similar age contester).

I had a very slow start and in retrospect could have gave AD4Z a run at 8
million plus if I would have spent friday night on 40. A lot of my off time was
Friday night. And almost no 40. 40 meters is not for the faint hearted on ssb.
It is wall to wall mayhem. If we could just add another 200 khz it would be so
much better.

I am fairly happy with my 7 million points and may never do it again single op.
It is a grind. I noticed that I was actually feeling stiff when I got up to
stretch. What a weird feeling. I almost SO2R operated but decided Mr Hyde would
not be proud of my effort so went assisted. It would have been nice to not get
buried in the back of contest results with multi/multi and multi singles. Heh,
I am a single op put my results up front with all those pitiful qrp single op
scores.

3830 has it right listing the pros first. Who cares who wins QRP I want to see
who wins the Yankees/Red sox match up first. (K3LR vs W3LPL)

Probably a waste of time but band by band break down for those maybe seriously
operating wpx cw.

No 160

80 had a lot of weather noise. Only europe qsos. Probably waste of time for
single op. Unfortunately we will be there battling on 80 multi 2.

40...MAYHEM. No split qso's in the entire contest. I think this is the first
wpx ssb contest that I have never qsoed someone split. With big antennas on 40
it is run run run. I had a pileup that was unbelievable at times. Even V55V
called me! Plus one of the HZ ops. I really struggled to find a clear spot I am
sure someone up north doesnt like n4ww because I just couldnt hear any clear
frequency. Second night I worked hard on 40 and the score really jumped. I
needed 250,000 points to get to 7 mill with 40 minutes left in contest and I
made right move to 40 and broke the 7 mill. Looking at rare dx and not much to
be proud of v55v and 6v7z and rest all euros and NA. Didnt operate early
morning opening to asia I was too busy on 20 and second night slept.

20...open all night but still hard to get runs to europe going from 0500 to
1100. 15 really didnt open good either to well after sun was up for good runs.
Exotic dx by the plenty as over the north pole was wide open from 2300 to well
past 0500z. jt5dx,lots of by's fk8ik called me as well as b1z. Really big vk/zl
signals from 0500 to 1100z and scattering of JA's.

15...MONEY. What a weekend for 15. Runs unbelievable. Surprised me at 1923
vu2abs calls me. I said are you really in India it must be past midnight in
India. He assured me he was in India and he is in the log. After about 1300z to
say 1600z lots of over the pole dx like UN and UP Kazakh stations called me and
lots of ua9/ua0. Heck even e21eic called and gave me a much appreciated e21
prefix. What a weekend for 15 must of stayed open well past 0200. JA runs were
light in number and didnt usually start until 2100 but nice to see our friends
in JA land back with prop. Congrats to k4xs 8 million points on 15. That is a
lot of sitting for what must have been a solid 16 hours each day on one band.

10 meters had to be ignored because 15 just too good. I did make to 2-3 quick
trips to 10. 1200 -1600 no euros to speak of. I qsoed cn2r at 1350 and he said
I was his first USA qso.Around 1530 to maybe 1800 europe came through and got
answers to cqs mostly west europe but nothing close to runs on 15 so went back
to the money band.

73 doc n4ww
 
ON6NL   SOSB10 QRP   101,6162012-03-26 01:06:25
Back to the fine art of QRP contesting! Specially the WPX is great for that.
I feel like a child in a candy shop...., but with far too little money for
all sweets!
When hearing the enormous pileups on 15 at local 8 in the morning, I decided
to
go for 10m meter. Saturday morning went fantastic! My 5 Watts were heard all
over Asia. During lunch, somebody switched off 10 meters and the afternoon was
hard labour working the South Americans. Sunday morning was not as good as
Saturday but still some stations to work. I had to take a long break in order
to follow a presentation on the new legislation on antenna limitations and
radiation
norms by ON6TM. In the afternoon conditions went up and down. Sometimes nobody
copied me, in the better periods I even got through to the Caribbean.
The end result was far above my expectation. I feel I have set a decent new
Belgian record on 10m QRP!
Rig: IC756Pro2, KT34A at 16 mtrs, 2 DIAWA power meters.
 
LY7Z(LY2TA)   SO(A)SB80 LP   530,0002012-03-26 01:18:24
TS 850S/AR + Dipole 10mh

NA 1 QSO = (VY2ZM)
AF 8 QSO's
AS 22 QSO's (was called by JT5DX!!!!!!)
EU 576 QSO's

73! Andy LY2TA/LY7Z
 
UA4NDX   SOAB LP   235,8202012-03-26 01:25:01
TNX CONTEST !
 
B4TB(BA4TB)   SOAB(TS) HP   551,4202012-03-26 02:02:05
Part time operation only!
Very suprised to work VC6A at mid day here on 15m!

73,
Dale
 
II9K(@IT9HBT)   M/S HP   8,327,3192012-03-26 02:03:13
Great contest, doubled the score from last year. 10 meters greedy (small opening
for the USA on Sunday afternoon), 15 meters generous, 20 meters crowded.
Setup lowband to improve.
A warm hug to Davide and Enzo - we missed you.
See you in October.
Thanks to all.
73 joe it9hbt
 
YU/S56A   SOAB LP   186,8652012-03-26 02:15:37
CEPT guest op at YU1EXY location using my TS-480 and their stacked monobanders
while YU1XX was resting as YT0A on 40 m. Only 15 m seemed to be in the good
shape. 10 m didn't open to USA but lot of fancy SA prefixes. Quiet location
compared to my downtown Ljubljana home. It was fun celebrating 50 years of
hamradio!

73 de Mario, YU/S56A iz Jagodina
 
ON6BR   M/S HP   2,123,0602012-03-26 02:47:10
73 !
 
Z35X   SOAB HP   940,6922012-03-26 02:50:17
First plan was to be SOSB15, but after Amplifier failure on Saturday afternoon,
I decide to go with LP rest of the contest on all bands. Hope to be better for
CW part. Greetings from Stip, Macedonia. Chris, Z35X
 
9A2Ø7T(9A2EU)   SOAB(TS) HP   1,266,1772012-03-26 02:52:19
It was very hard with this special call. People expect letter after 9A2
and it was very confusing for many to have 2 more numbers like 07.
Otherwise it was lot of fun.Propagation was good on all bands. I was on
for 16 hours of pure fun. Had some very nice pileups on 80 & 40 meters.
Rig: IC-7400 + TL922 (abt 800 W) Ant: Spiderbeam for 20/15/10, wire vertical
for 40 & 80 and inverted V for 160 (center @ 18 meters high).
73 de Zlatko, 9A2EU
 
RT5Z(@R3ZZ)   SOSB20 HP   5,173,6002012-03-26 02:54:50
RIG: K3, FT1000MP MARK-V, IC-756, 2*PA
ANT: STACK 6x6x6 (NA), 7 ele yagi , AD-347, AD-335 (fixed to South), Delta

CU in CW !

Alex, RT5Z
 
6V7Z(@6W7RV)   M/S HP   28,910,8002012-03-26 02:57:52
Thanks to our host 6W7RV for support and thanks to all the stations who called
us in the contest and send spots on the dx cluster.
40 and 80 meters bands were very difficult from here. Although we could hear a
lot of stations on 40 they kept calling CQ in our face not hearing our 600 w
We used Elecraft K3, Expert 1K-FA linear (substituted by ACOM 1011 later
because Expert got a problem with T/R relay).
Antennas were 6el tribander (20-15-10) with 2 el on each band fixed to the
USA,
3el monobanders for 20, 15 and 10 about 15m up, all rotatable, 4SQ on 40 but no
controller so we converted it into fixed antenna to EU with 3 reflectors and 1
driven element. Titanex vertical (20m tall) for 40-80-160 (very noisy
antenna).
There was also microham Stack Max to transmit in two directions at the same
time (about 300W in each direction)
Software was TR4W logger.
We were always logged to cqcontest.ru online score board and it was a lot of
fun to compete with RF9C, RL3A and RT4F. Pity that other participants (P33W,
5D5A, 3V8BB) were not there.
QSL cards via RA9FW.
 
DL8ZAW   SO(A)AB HP   514,7442012-03-26 03:02:29
Propagation was be much better than in the weeks before, especially 15m was wide
open until late evening. 'Unfortunataly' we had a very sunny spring weekend
which means that I had to do a lot of garden work during daytime. So I could
only spend some hours in the morning and evening to make some QSOs.
Should I hope that we have bad weather in May during the CW part?

Thanks to all who came back to my call!

73, Frank, DL8ZAW
 
NW2K   SOAB(TS) LP   767,2762012-03-26 03:06:02
90W, matchbox, inverted V at 50 feet. N1MM is excellent.
 
GW4BLE   SOSB80 HP   160,5542012-03-26 03:06:43
SOAPBOX: Part-time 80M only activity due to other issues this weekend.
SOAPBOX: Hear contacts made in the contest (plus others) from GW4BLE
SOAPBOX: at http://www.gw4ble.dxlist.co.uk

73

Steve
GW4BLE
 
GM8SBH(GMØFGI)   SO(A)AB(TS) HP   537,8892012-03-26 03:19:35
Dipped in and out as commitments allowed, thanks for all contacts.
 
KW7XX   SOAB HP   4,100,8402012-03-26 03:23:05
Now that was fun!!

Congratulations to Mitch KW7Y (K7RL) for another terrific score. He's an
ANIMAL!

This was my first serious attempt as a single operator. I have worked a
handfull of events at W7IV's contest station as part of a Multi-2, as well as
a few Multi-Single events. But, have never had this much BIC before. All in all
I'm pretty happy with my first ever contest from my QTH.

I think I managed my time pretty well. The only miscue was getting to 40m a bit
too late Saturday evening and missing a part of the great EU opening we had here
in the PNW.

10M was destroyed for us up here so I spent a total of about 30 minutes there
Saturday only gave it a quick look on Sunday. Judging from some of the early
score postings it looks like the only USA stations that had any success there
were quite a bit south of me.

20M was a total blood bath to EU on both Saturday and Sunday. I did all S&P
with the exeption of a few small runs across the states.

15M was the money band for me. I started there Friday at 0001z and had a great
run of Asia and Oceana. The JA's were endless!! Saturday morning was good into
EU. I even was able to run them for an hour or so. Then went to S&P, Strangely
the JA's were not there Saturday evening though. I did work bunch of SA and US
stations though.

40M was a pleasant surprise. The noise floor was low and there were a fair
amount of EU stations to S&P. When that faded I was able to work quite a few SA
guys as well as lots of NA This band has been a tough one for me with only 2
elements at 55ft from the Steppir DB-18.

80M was pretty dead with contest activity. I spent some time there but there
just wasn't too much to choose from.

Thanks to all the stations that worke me. Special thanks to the guys who hung
with me thru some difficult exchanges. Also thanks to the Sunday drivers who
show up to hand out Q's. They make a real difference at the end.


Equipment:

Yaesu FTdx-5000d
Alpha 87A
Steppir DB-18 @55ft (40m-10m)
Inverted V @70ft (80m)
No 160 ant yet :=(


73
Dean KW7XX
 
USØHZ   SOAB LP   2,165,5942012-03-26 03:28:34
RIG: FT 2000
ANT: 1/2 Vertical romb 162m long 40m hign

73 Stan US0HZ
 
KJ3X(K4XS)   SOSB15 HP   8,919,3722012-03-26 03:44:58
Back in the saddle again after almost two years going QRT from KH7XS!
Conditions sure have changed from when I left FL in 2006. 15 was wall to wall
from sunrise to sunset with signals approaching plus 60 dB at times on the K3.

Since January of 2011 I have been working on this station, getting the anchors
in, building antennas etc. The station is still in the building process and it
was only last Wednesday I was able to get the 15 meter antennas
running...6/6/6/6 of M2 yagis at 150 feet. I spent all of Wednesday taking the
cobwebs off the AL 1500 (dirty relays), doing station wiring, doing phasing
harnesses etc. I was still working on the station Friday afternoon.

Goal was to break the W4 record and maybe get the USA record....did the first,
missed the second. Piles were huge and as others have noted, very difficult to
find a clear run freq.

First night was good and went to bed with around 400 Qs. Saturday was great
until a forced QRT from thunderstorms at around 0100Z, so I missed lots of
Asians that night. Sunday was also great with many Russian republics, mideast
and even quite a few HS and VU stations calling in.

Never have worked this many mults in any WPX contest even in the old MS days
with WC4E.

Interesting to note this is a very different contest from W4 than KH6. The
bands are VERY quiet out there compared to W4. Finding a run freq is easy with
very little splatter and the run freq is yours for hours on end...no freq
fights. However, EU is tough and the mult totals suffer even if you have high
QSO rates.

The FL QSO party is in about four weeks and I hope to have 40 though 10 up and
running for that one. Look for the fifteen 1 X 1 stations in that one that
have F L O R I D A Q S O P A R T Y. Work them and you get a certificate.
I'll be K4I. More info can be found on the Florida Contest Group site.

Thanks to all who called in and I'll see you in the FQP.
 
K4BP   M/2 HP   11,867,6882012-03-26 03:46:13
Thunderstorms sat over us for hours the first night,
which made it hard to copy the exchange,
we had to shut down three times for about
an hour each time -- the UBN will be interesting.

Everyone had fun and got plenty of time in the chair.

Some really big scores out there.

Steve NA4K
 
NY6DX   SO(A)SB40 LP   704,4542012-03-26 03:54:02
Thanks to the Long Island Ducks Baseball team for the use of there stadium. You
can do alot with a little and this effort is proof. Had a great time thanks to
eryone I worked.
Rig: Yaesu 1000mp 100 watts
Ant: 1/2 wave dipole @ 185 ft
 
YP8T(YO8TTT)   SO(A)SB15 HP   2,936,2972012-03-26 03:56:27
Was one of the best contests in SSB, but I'm fan CW.
Congrats to Tibi, YP9W, I'm sure will be in top 5 !
Thanks to all stations for calling.
CU over two months in CW !
 
S55T(@S57AL)   SO(A)AB HP   11,095,5452012-03-26 03:59:13
Ivo, S57AL is building serious AB station and result already proved that.
Operated in SO2R manner with three ops in chair. (OPon 18h,16h,2h) Category
listed above is submitted to compare with others otherwise we'll jump in M/2
for real; olympic style.

RIG: 2xFT1000mp, 1xTL922 1x1500W
ANT: 5el10, 5el15, 5el20m, 3el40, invV80, invV160 @single tower + K9AYloop
Other HW: microham u2R

Nice propagation, nice contest, fun.

73 on behalf of S55T,

Goran ANDRIC, S55OO
 
EA4/K2DER   SOSB10 LP   85,3902012-03-26 04:08:56
Yaesu TF-2000
3 element yagi antenna
 
PW7T(@PT7CB)   M/2 HP   46,702,3322012-03-26 04:09:15
Great Contest!
Our target was beat a brutal rival: ourselves. So, We did it again.

Later, we will post photos, statistics and full writeup about operation. Drop a
comment to the team if you wish.

Website http://www.pw7t.net

Thank you for QSOs and a amazing weekend.

Best 73,
PW7T Team
Fortaleza DX Group
 
IZ4JMA   SOAB(TS) LP   133,3402012-03-26 04:29:37
Just a few hours for fun....

ICOM 775
fishing rod in the garden

Max IZ4JMA
 
PY3FJ(@PT3T)   SO(A)SB10 LP   1,422,9002012-03-26 04:35:15
Working contest with 50 watts and 7 element Yagi, loooong boom (12 meters), at
35 meters high. Fun on managing pile up's for 2/3 hours with this low power.
Till next year.
 
N3XUD   SOAB HP   56,5252012-03-26 04:46:07
Total QSO-156

Great contest!!
 
AI4DX(W4NF)   SO(A)AB HP   1,665,3842012-03-26 04:51:44
I got on the air to have some fun on Friday evening and had some good runs on 40
meters. I had too many chores to spend much time during the day to run the high
bands so I got on again on Saturday evening and ran 40 some more. I spent a
little bit on time on 15 meters on Sunday for part of the EU run. I had no
strategy for this contest other than just running. Thanks for the Qs and I'll
CU in the next contest.

73, Jack W4NF
 
EI4CF   SO(A)SB40 LP   970,6412012-03-26 04:58:09
Trying out my new Steppir DB36 at 75'. Delighted with it. Band was in great
shape. However it was very difficult to hold a spot for long. I will have to
put up an antenna for RX as when the termnator passes over the noise levels
increase so much! I am sure I could not hear some stations that were calling
me.
 
HA5BSW   SO(A)AB LP   1,530,4052012-03-26 05:02:39
I had guests afternoon on a Saturday, little of my time was left onto the radio
listening.
Spread and an activity were good.
Thank you for the connections.


Rig here IC 746 ants V160s, top loaded vertical for 80 m, Steppir 4 ele from
40 to 6 meter.
 
N2BJ   SO(A)AB HP   2,910,7652012-03-26 05:04:34
Did only a part time effort.
 
N4DJ   SO(A)AB HP   836,7802012-03-26 05:05:49
Rig was Ten-Tec OMNI VI + Drake L7
All wire antennas.
 
DD2CW   M/S HP   3,629,2252012-03-26 05:06:16
Rotor broken on Friday and beam on 110 degrees(South East) so very difficult to
work russian and north america.
Next contest better
cu 73 jef dd2cw
 
K3TN   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   112,7612012-03-26 05:20:32
This was just a few minutes here and there to give out the rare K3 prefix and
test out a P3 I bought over the weekend from a local ham. The P3 conclusively
proved that the band spectrum on 40 - 15 was pretty crowded.

On Sunday am I spent a few hours giving the ops at WR3Z@N3OC a break and made
more QSOs than this in one session running on 15m. Amazing how many numbers and
letters can fit in amateur call signs these days - many calls looked more like
automobile license plates...
 
N2CQ   SO(A)AB LP   21,5342012-03-26 05:24:18
RIG: IC-756PROII
ANT: Force 12 C3ss
 
KC5WA   SOAB QRP   101,1502012-03-26 05:40:38
had a blast,QRP really teaches operating technique!
 
N4BCD   SOAB LP   27,3002012-03-26 05:41:58
Moved from 1.3 acre AL QTH to a new 4.6 acre TN QTH a week ago. No landline
phone, no internet, no cable TV, not even postal mail yet, but managed to get
an 80m ladderline fed doublet up 60' in the trees! Took breaks during
unpacking & arranging to grab some 30 minute op times. Heard & called YB2DX on
40m Sunday morning before he was spotted and the whole world came crashing in.
No luck barefoot so getting 220 wired into the new shack is now higher on the
priority list.
 
KI1G   SO(A)AB HP   12,459,3602012-03-26 05:44:18
Weird propagation at times during the weekend, only worked a handful of JA's but
a bucket full of other southeast Asian stations. 10 meters showed signs of life,
lots of European signals on the skew path because they were beaming SA, could
only work a few. I hope SOL fixes this for next year. Thanks for all of the
QSO's.

73,
Rick KI1G
 
ZV2V(PY2LED)   SOSB20 HP   7,440,8002012-03-26 05:46:37
Hello Everbody!

First I would like to express my gratitude to our host and friend Sergio PP5JR
for the invitation to join the operation team at his mega station. Thanks my
friend to give me this experience.

This was my first contest on 20 meters band. The location and antenas setup
(Zero Noise Level) is perfect. The main challenge is to keep awake during the
night and Dr. Sergio helped with some cafein.

During the day in some times, European stations arrives here with good signals
but was extremelly dificult to perforate their pile ups with NA. Qsos with NA
only during the night, totally diferent than on 10 meters or 15 meters, where
you have qsos on the morning.


Thanks a lot for each station worked and I hope to meet with you in other
opportunities.

73's

Fernando PY2LED (ZV2V)
 
VF2A(VY2SS)   SOAB(TS) HP   174,9362012-03-26 05:53:30
Just put my toe in the water. Cannot do phone contests anymore.

BTW, if I don't get a QSL or roger or TU, I DO NOT LOG THE QSO. CQ or QRZ does
not make it. I deleted several.
 
K7XC   SO(A)AB HP   10,2482012-03-26 06:01:06
Variable Condx coupled with feeling under the weather made for a event that I
didn't invest much energy into. 15M and 40W were good when I was on with condx
to EU Fri night the best I have heard in a while. Tried to use a club call
(NN7NN) but I just couldn't wrap my brain around it and abandoned the idea.
KB!
 
LY2SA   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   1,188,0642012-03-26 06:13:59
TRX: TS-590. Antennas: 160/80m dipole, 40-10m multiband vertical
 
OZ1IKY   SO(A)AB HP   1,044,6002012-03-26 06:15:25
A lot of people in the contest, a lot of QRM - but the K3 kept stand the
battle.
10 meter open for onces - not as in the Russian DX Contest were most of the top
band were closed.
Several new band-DXCC's - thanks to thouse who toke the trip out there, and
made it possible.
 
K1TO   SOAB HP   2,337,4962012-03-26 06:27:40
Always fun to say hello to friends on SSB. Enjoyed being called by some neat
DX, especially from Asia and Africa. I prefer to work JAs on 15 over the 40M
mosh pit, even though 40 is the much better alternative for achieving a high
score.

With Skimmer finding and spotting you instantly on CW, it is interesting to see
how long it takes for a human to spot you on SSB. The sudden flurry of callers
makes it obvious that you've been spotted, but there were long stretches when I
had no spots at all, as I look back at the data.

The available prefix count apparently has no ceiling. Pretty soon, every QSO
will be a new multiplier.

Lots of interesting propagation. Worked 5 continents in one minute on 10M. FL
had a fair opening to EU on 10M, but the volume just wasn't there, just like in
ARRL SSB. 20M was wide open to everywhere after local midnight.

A line of thunderstorms rolled through in the early morning hours Sunday, so I
disconnected everything once the wall of rain static got over S9.

Heard stations CQing on 7126, 14349 and 21449. Those freqs are out of the USA
band. We all need to keep reminding folks of this point.

Looking forward to the Florida QSO Party on April 28-29. I'll be K4O, one of
15 fixed stations whose suffixes spell out "FLORIDA QSO PARTY" for the 15th
running of the FQP under the Florida Contest Group's sponsorship.

Thanks for the QSOs!

73, Dan
 
HG7T   M/2 HP   21,432,5542012-03-26 06:34:28
73! Tibi HA7TM
 
IB1B(IW1QN)   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   3,170,2802012-03-26 06:36:13
I'm still Verify the Log, but I'm satisfied for the results.
Good Propagation, and good partecipation.
CU in Next Test.
73 de IW1QN - IB1B
 
K6AAX   SO(A)AB HP   767,3122012-03-26 06:40:03
Entered Rookie Category (licensed late 2009), Limited to 400w, all wire, mostly
vertical, gain on 40m and 80m only. Low bands are a priority...hi hi!

80m meters had great Pacific and Asia Activity...had my best JA run ever from
my home QTH on Saturday morning (PST)...even with limited power at the moment.

40M had a nice EU path Saturday evening (PST)...heard deep into EU, but it was
a struggle for some to hear me...I eventually worked most that I could hear
after screeming my lungs out. They could get my call, but they were challenged
with getting my correct QSO count. Some ditched me, quite frankly! :-( I
understand, when seconds turn into minutes...it matters.

Has blast from home. "Scotty, we need more power!"

LX7I was 5-9+20db at one point on 40m.... I never heard that country from home
before until this past weekend on 40m.

Thanks for the contacts!

73s,
Patrick
 
LN5O(LA6FJA)   SO(A)AB HP   5,068,9262012-03-26 06:47:50
WOW! What a weekend :)

Planned to do SO40m due heavy Auroral activity before the weekend...but when I
woke up the BAND was rocking.. the best openings I ever had experienced in my
ham carrier!
thanks for all QSO with LN5O.

20m is too narrow when Worldwide Contest are going on and lot of QRG
figthings!!!

we need to expand 20m at least 100 khz like 15m... so I ran 15m when 20m didn't
had enough space!

15m Antenna was not rotable so LOST lot of JA,VK,ZL, KH6 on the longpath.
160m was done with S&P.
New 40m 4 Square did rock to East, and was the best antenna compared to shorty
40m

Station Description: TS2000 + TS2000 (2nd RIG TS2000 had some problems, so
swapped to TS850)
Antenna(s): 5el 20m yagi, 6el 15 + 10/15m Stack Tribander EU/NA, 40m 4 square +
2el + INV-VEE, 80m 4el array, 160m dipole/vertical,


Thanks again for all the QSO and see you again next contest.

73s LA6FJA
Log will be uploaded to LOTW.
 
S59ABC(S56AA)   SOAB(R) HP   7,781,4482012-03-26 06:49:46
Since this year is the last year of my "rookiehood" I found a chance to work at
location of Radiclub Maribor, S59ABC. I would like to thank them for their
hospitality.

RIG: FT2000 + 1500W
ANT: Opti beam OB 12-4pti at 18 m,
Inv V for 80 and 160 at 16 m

Thanks to all for your patience with me.

73 de Vito, S56AA
 
ON3DI   SOAB QRP   392,6562012-03-26 06:52:54
First operating of 2012. I wasn't sure that I would participate the whole
countest, the joy was al little bit gone. I started a little bit late, but I
worked first VE3EJ and HK1T on 40m, the fun could begin.
Normally is 40m 'my band', so I really surprised me that I have more QSO's on
20m. 15m was no so good for me, a lot of Russian stations and late on Sunday
some VE and K stations.
A great thanks to VU3DJQ, he is the first VU station I work and it was on 20m.
I must say, he was also weak;-)Also the first JA stations on 20m.

A big congratulations also for the American operators, I know that I am weak
with my 5w, but it is no problem for them, the have like always good ears!

Big thanks also to my parents (my big fans), they did everything that I
asked:-)

It is my best WPX contest SSB ever.
Equipments: yeasu FT817, 5W, home made vertical and N1MM.

CU, 73 ON3DI
 
N4JF   SOAB LP   174,0962012-03-26 06:55:23
PART TIME EFFORT..LOOKING FOR NEW BAND COUNTRIES...CONDX WERE FAIR...10 NEVER
OPENED UP TO EU HERE..IT WAS FUN...CONGRATS TO MY FRIENDS AT PJ4Z FOR AN
EXCELLENT SCORE..

73s JERRY
 
N3WAX   M/S LP   624,0502012-03-26 07:01:18
Our goal for this contest was 500,000 points, which we met on Sunday afternoon.
This is only the second contest from this QTH, and still a lot of adjustments to
do. Happy to have worked a few VKs, ZLs, and JAs, which are a first from here.
20m was somewhat disappointing, but the remainder of the bands were not bad.
We don't have antennas for 160 at this QTH.

Only one intermittent equipment failure, of the remote mounted antenna tuner.

This was the first contest for operator KB3YBG, who was a quick learner and
contributed nearly half of the QSO's logged. Great job, Jeff!

Looking forward to the next one!
 
3G1B(@CE1RLP)   M/M HP   12,695,3582012-03-26 07:04:51
NEW CE M/M Record ..!!
Thanks for all the contacts. This contest is a lot of fun for Radio Club La
Portada/Cavancha Contest Team. This year we used for the first time a new
fullsize OWA Yagi for 20 mts from Superbertha...and wow !! a world of
difference.
The activity seemed a bit lower than last year but, we made more QSO's and
mults.

Nick, XQ1KZ
3G1B Contest team leader
 
JO3JIS   SOSB10 HP   1,705,2602012-03-26 07:07:24
On the first day, the condition was good. However, the condition worsened on the
second day.
I finished the participation of the contest at UTC12:00 second day.
Thankyou nice QSO.

| 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23|1stDay
----+------------------------------------------------------------------------+----
28|121 75 69 35 56 68 79104 43 84 31 1 - - - - - - - - - 15 22 39|
842

| 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10|2nd |total
----+---------------------------------+----+----
28| 24 34 28 25 35 24 58 60 8 12 16| 324|1166
 
LZ12FDAY(LZ1UK)   SO(A)AB LP   2,363,8772012-03-26 07:07:30
Another opportunity to use the fine equipment of LZ1KFM.
The contest started well on low bands…but Saturday I had to go to my work
again till midday, so I lost the best propagation on 10m and 15m to E/SE.
I tried to compensate that, but I was tired…
Great condition on 15m but with low power it’s not very easy to keep a
frequency for run.
Many operators were confused by my call sign…there were even some jokes…I
can imagine what would be if the contest was in CW hi hi.

73 to all of you and CU in the next one …de LZ1UK/Savi.
 
W3TZ   SO(A)AB HP   847,1382012-03-26 07:17:58
Not to many QRZed"ers this year, speeds up the show without QRZeding.
The 1 hour rule for down time hurts some one that eats fast!
 
OK1CLD   SOAB LP   637,3762012-03-26 07:18:17
Very good contest, I managed to make more QSOs than ever before. Also made a lot
of interesting DXCCs, including KL, KH6 and ZL. See you in CW part. 73! Ondra
OK1CLD
 
CE3CT(CE4CT)   SOSB10 HP   9,066,5192012-03-26 07:20:24
Hi Everyone

Another contest on Chicureo but now working alone SO10HP. The propagation very
rare both days only good opening to EU, to NA not complete opening don't permit
good typical rate on this band other years.
I broke the CE record since 1992 but whit a little diferent only 246.000
points, I hope no much UBNs.
Anecdote in the middle of the contest there were 2 earthquakes 5.9 º and
7.2º, but in neither stop transmitting for no loose the rate....hi hi.

73
CE4CT (may be HAARP ???)
 
RV9UP(@UA9UR)   SO(A)AB LP   4,848,7322012-03-26 07:22:01
Special thanks to Gennady UA9UR who gave me real joy to run with good antennas
from magic place named Tyrgan. The district of Prokopyevsk town in Siberia.
435m ASL.
 
OL9Z(OK2PVF)   SOSB20 HP   5,401,7502012-03-26 07:25:28
...similar result as last year.

Thanks for calling.

Vy 73 es GL Rosta OL9Z/OK2PVF
 
EI1ØØT(@EI7M)   M/2 HP   35,471,4392012-03-26 07:34:56
We've never tried a M/2 entry before, but decided it would be the best category
this time because we had some extra visitors with us - It sure was the right
decision because we had a blast and thoroughly enjoyed the chaos that ensued!
Conditions were a bit of a head-scratcher: 15m was fabulous to just about
everywhere although at times it felt like the MUF was only just there; 40m was
amazing (e.g. opening to VK/ZL well after we thought the band should have
closed); 10m provided fascinating late-evening TEP/backscatter although it
never really opened properly; 20m and 80m seemed a bit down, but still not bad;
and of course 160m suffered from WPX-syndrome (it might have been good, but
no-one was there).

About the call: EI100T

We were lucky to be allowed to use the special call issued to commemorate the
100th anniversary of the last (and first!) sailing of the S.S. Titanic. At EI7M
we overlook Cobh harbour, which is where the last passengers embarked before the
ship's fateful journey across the Atlantic. If anyone visits this area, there is
a wonderful heritage centre in Cobh (www.cobhheritage.com) with all sort of
displays and information about the Titanic and its sister ship(s) - well worth
a visit! More information about EI100T (including QSL and award details) can be
found by searching for the call at QRZ.com

Many thanks to Pete, Steve and Mike for traveling over, and of course to
everyone on the air for a great contest.

73 Mark, EI3KD@EI7M
 
YT2AAA   SOSB20(TS) LP   361,6752012-03-26 07:35:02
IC-745
Wire GP, 2 radials
 
YO5LD   SO(A)AB LP   900,9842012-03-26 07:35:32
Nice contest!
Barefoot TS-590.
Great conditions on 15m.
Sunday at 11PM GMT US was 59+ on 20m on my fishing pole vertical.
On 20m and 15m a duobander homemade vertical and on 40m (hardly tuned to 80) a
base loaded vertical(on a 6m fishing pole).

CU in the next contest,

Dani
YO5LD ex. YO5PLD
 
HK1T   SOSB40 HP   15,265,8002012-03-26 07:39:15
Again from the station Jumanji, thanks for your hospitality. Thanks to all
colleagues, very good Saturday, too many people in the band but I can not say
the same for Sunday, very poor condition and rare. I hope that deductions not
be big to get a good score. See you at the next SSB or RTTY contest

Best To All

Sal
HK1T
 
VO1DJT   SO(A)AB LP   314,2982012-03-26 07:48:50
Despite not having my tribander for this contest I was able to use a G5RV pulled
up in a tree to make some great contacts.
Thanks to all of those who heard me through the pile ups.
73, Daisy VO1KVT
 
N5DO   SOAB LP   2,251,1252012-03-26 07:50:55
I tried to get some runs going and had some good ones on 10M and 15M on Friday
night, but I was working almost all 1-point QSOs. I quit to go chase the 3
pointers and thought I could get some more USA runs going on Saturday or
Sunday, but it was not to be (except for one nice run on Saturday night on
40M). The common saying here in west Texas, "if you don't like the weather,
wait until tomorrow," certainly seemed true this weekend on the hf bands, if
you substitute propagation for weather.

It was fun to work a lot of old friends, although some were hiding under exotic
calls. I'll look for everyone in the cw version.
 
WW2DX(@W2RE)   M/S HP   19,974,3002012-03-26 07:55:51
The earliest we could leave with our work schedules was 4pm Friday. With Lori
KB2HZI driving the 2 hours to the station we rested and started our game plan
for the weekend. This was fairly easy, just follow the same plan as last year
and that was focus as much as possible on the 6 pointers and let US call us off
the back of the beams. We arrived at the station a little after 6pm and we
thought the test started in 45 minutes. We ran around making sure the all the
antennas and equipment was working properly. Around 6:30 Murphy stopped by
without permission and decided to "hide" the microphone for the 2nd radio.
Scrambling through boxes we could not find one. Lori and I made a run to Radio
Shack about 20 minutes away in Cobelskill, I picked up a Radio Shack special
600ohm Mic, 8 pin Mic connector or as Radio Shack calls it "Ham Connector"
grabbed a pizza and headed back to the station as quickly as possible. Ray
started the contest before we got back at 7pm and about 7:01 I got a text that
someone kindly reminded Ray that we had another hour to go :) YAY! Talk about
emotional roller coaster!

Ate a couple slices of Pizza, wired up the Radio Shack special to the 2nd MP
and we were not done yet, the soldering iron we had at the station was
damaged.....Lori ran back do Radio Shack while we started the contest. I will
post a pic of the mic connector and how we started the contest later on my
site. About an hour in I finally got the mic soldered in and now things seemed
to be all good in the world.

Conditions were .. OK Friday night, I would say average at best. 80m was better
Friday night and not very good at all on Saturday. 20/15 opened very early which
was nice on both days so we could get some nice time in on those bands and with
some nice runs. We hit the 2nd Radio as much as possible and ran up and down
the same band as the run op picking away at queue's trying to keep our 100/hr
average.

After 6 hours we hit 1m points and 592 q's and 408 mults, 4 hours later 2m
points 1000q's 514 mults. Last year we hit 16m points at the 36 hour mark, this
year we had only 13m so I think this was because we never got an Asia opening
like last year which was unreal. We did however get one in the last 2 hours on
Sunday when 15 really opened up to JA and we really racked in the mults with
all those great JA prefixes, talk about adrenaline! We also had some nice AS
mults call us in the mid day hours on 15m and 20m which was a real nice
surprise, E21, VU and a handful of others which would have been during around
midnight their local and this was with the stacks to EU. Also worked JT5DX
(Krassy) on 15m and I think 20m as well and he was very loud here. On 10m we
never got the EU opening but a few EU was worked. While working the SA
stations, It was neat listening to SA run EU on 10m and we could hear almost
every EU pointed to the south. Never worked AS and I don't think we worked
anything into PAC on 10 either.

Last year we had 19% US and 81% Outside, this year it was 25% US and 75%
Outside. Additionally, last year we had 6% AS this year only 2.5%.

Sunday around lunch we had a surprise visit from Fred K2TR which was perfect
timing! I gave Fred a quick once over on the antennas/rotors and like a pro he
went to work hitting the Mult radio then making a great run on 20. Was a
pleasure being able to sit and rest the eyes :) Thanks Fred!

In the end we were very happy with the station and how well it performed. It's
still in its infancy and there is still a lot of work to do. We really tried to
beat last years score but not having those great conditions like last year it
just wasn't going to be in the cards but we were close.

WPX is my favorite out of them all, thanks to the sponsors and thanks again to
all who worked us.

Thanks to Lori KB2HZI for keeping us well fed, giving us breaks while taking on
the mult radio and of course driving the 4 hours! Fred K2TR for adding some
excitement and grabbing some nice mults while also getting a good couple hours
in on the run radio. Ray for making this all possible and making another
memorable radio weekend.

SH5 Breakdown:

http://www.ww2dx.com/Contests/2012-CQ-WPX-SSB-WW2DX/index.htm

73 Lee
WW2DX and the W2RE Team.

More pics and story to follow later today on WW2DX.com and W2RE.com.
 
DR2Q(DL8MBS)   SOAB QRP   288,6162012-03-26 08:00:31
Planned only as short but forced SSB-education for a CW-contester. During
mixed-mode contests I always find zillion excuses why NOW is NOT the right
moment to qsy to fone. That resulted in ridiculous 15 SSB-contacts in RDXC - so
the punishment was to exploit the real limitations of my tiny setup in a
phone-only contest. What was planned as regular laid back periods got somewhat
out of hand... May experienced ham-psychiatrists explain why I went still
another hour of more defeats than successes. Knew that craziness is a
prerequsite for qrp-contesting - but I didn't realize beforhand how far it has
progressed.

Thanks to many many patient ops digging my signal out - to name HZ1TT and
ES2TI. THANK YOU!

A shame how much valuable spectrum is rendered useless by useless noise,
splatter and qrm due to the more and more brainless power race (and I don't
have an additional usable kHz by the tech-gurus claim that it were soooo easy
to make a 10kW-amp sound cleaner than an overdriven 1k-amp - we contest in
reality not in a lab).

I demand heavy penalities for all ops denying a qso with "qso b4" - Guys, I am
not DR2K whom you have worked before. Happened regularly, grrrrrrrrrrrrr

The list of the not toooo competetive equipment: IC-718 reduced to 5 W. Ant:
40m doublet / 20m sloping wire

How I long now for the (CW-)music...
 
WZ7ZR(W7ZR)   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   1,644,0602012-03-26 08:16:06
Sorry I couldn't put in full effort due to local commitments.
 
IU9T(IT9GSF)   SOAB HP   12,211,8562012-03-26 08:25:12
I spent all the day before the contest relaxing and preparing my body and brain
for the contest. It is not a simple matter also because I am very alone in this
QTH and I am a social man (not possible to remain alone for long time for me).
I miss my friend Giuseppe, IT9ESW, a very good companion for contest
preparation and food and beverage.... and also a good op in Multi Op
efforts).

After the second night (with only 5 hours of sleep in the first morning), I
tried to sleep on sunday morning from 08Z to 13Z, but it wasn't possible
because of adrenaline and psicological problems... I felt alone and not
possible to accept this condition). I called my wife from Palermo and she was
very nice to come for company (also because it is two years we live
separated!).

Then, at 1330Z I started the contest again but I was very tired and it was very
difficult to run a pileup as the day before. Concentrated on S&P and some
strategy to choose good QSO/Points rate.

Also a secret weapon was discovered and it was possible to work W6/W7 with weak
signals on 20 and 15 mts bands even if the bands were crowded.

The secret weapon? Listen with the low bands Beverage antennas and switch
them... you will be amazed by their capabilities to reduce QRM ! There were
times it was not possible to ear a S9+10 european signal in the Yagi and was
possible to copy a weak station from W7/W6/VE7 that were completely under the
QRM on the Yagi. Next time I will have more Beverage in different directions. A
secret is that they should be tuned and their lenght should be very long for the
band/direction you want to cover (not exceed an acceptable lenght and not be
short as they will not reject signals from other directions in that manner).

About operating... I still need to improve to SO2R. But I used the second
receiver of my K3 to listen to a second band. (A receiver on boyh ears - B
receiver on right ear only). Then, immediately, pushing F9 in the WinTest (with
a special command to swap VFOs installed with the help of N6TV) I switched to
the just found multiplier frequency and worked it. My MOSFet amplifier was very
important for this as it doesn't need to be tuned.
Most of the times I was back on my running frequency within a minute!

Thanks to friends in II9P team for their support... I am sure they will improve
their station very soon. Also thanks to my good friend Saulius, LY5W, for some
ideas, and Oleg YL3DW for his help in building a good antenna switch (it worked
very well Oleg!).

I am thinking about CW WPX.... we were first place in Europe as M/2 last year
with LY2IJ, YL3DW, YL2KL and me at the operating desks. Now, thinking about it,
I think of a M/S entry with maximum 3 operators... Saulius, are you ready?

Best regards and thank you for your patience expecially in the second day pile
ups as I was out!

Best regards,
Fabio - IT9GSF.
 
KT4ZB   SO(A)AB LP   2,048,8652012-03-26 08:26:22
Well, for me, it was a case of deja vu...seemed almost like a replay of last
year. Low solar flux, amazing Asia opening, night time fun on 20m, small EU
opening on 10m Sunday, shutdown the station for lighting and low bands pretty
useless for low power work because of the storms Friday and Saturday.

On the other hand " I met my goal of 1200 contacts. Since this is a search
and pounce contest for me, it's been difficult to break 1200 contacts without
some decent runs. So I set a goal to a least try and get something
going...wasn't much; but did have a couple of hours worth of runs and it
worked. As a result, the score improved too.

The DX was very good with Namibia and Senegal on 3 bands, Mayotte, Easter
Island, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Guam, Korea, nifty UA's and UN's, nice
group of VK and ZL's (7 VK's on 40m) and working 29 JA's from Southeast Georgia
adding to the fun of low power contesting. Some of most interesting prefixes
included DM800, 9A2006, EI100, UE85 and EA720. And, it was nice to add 5 bands
with fellow SECC contesters at PJ4Z, Bonaire; also thanks to NX5M for hearing me
on 160m for my only 6 band set (sure they really needed my 1 pointers, hihi).

The station worked great all weekend and I might have added a few more contacts
except for having to shutdown for both lighting storms and taking some time
counted breaks. Next is working to improve antennas for the low bands to have
a better footprint for stateside prefixes. WPX is probably my favorite contest
and the score is a best for this station. Thanks to everyone for the hearing
me and working to get my exchange. Lots of QRM on 15m and 20m so I know there
will be busted contacts. Also, thanks to CQ and the contest committee for all
their work.

Best " Jere

FT 1000-MP Field, TH6-DXX, dipoles in the trees and N1MM.
 
C4W(5B4WN)   SOAB HP   18,057,4382012-03-26 08:31:00
Thanks to 5B4ES for letting me use the station.

Great fun and loved the improved 10 meters. My best rate for the whole contest
was on 10m working JA on a crystal clear frequency.... it has been many years
since I last did that from here.

Thanks for all the QSOs, QSL via LOTW (or Club Log OQRS)
 
VE1BVD   SO(A)AB LP   691,8752012-03-26 08:32:34
All S & P. I was surprised at the scarcity if DL and G stations calling CQ.
Got more than a few new band-modes, but no All-Time New Ones. My score
reflects the short (14.25 hrs) operating time, but Saturday mornings are
'honey-do' time.
 
VE4VT(VE4EAR)   SOAB HP   4,049,2522012-03-26 08:41:27
Here are a few notes for anyone else foolish enough to consider operating a
major DX contest from this black hole I call home.

I thought I was prepared for this one. I had reviewed my notes from the last
couple of years and had studied the logs of the top finishers from eastern
Canada, Western Canada and the Midwest US. Their winning patterns of operating
all made sense based on their geographic locations. The answer was simple.
Eastern folks run Europe as much as possible and work Asia briefly during the
short openings. Folks out west run EU as much as possible with a greater time
spent running Asia. Folks in the Midwest run in whatever direction is open and
to whoever can hear them, with a focus on Europe. This of course makes sense
and is no secret. WPX is a pure rate contest. The mults come to you as long as
you can RUN.

Canadians have a slight advantage in we can operate below 7.125/14.150/21.200
and this provides some breathing room from the masses. However it comes at the
expense of slower rates but a great way to focus your attention on EU. The top
eastern Canadian stations will only venture into the US phone bands when they
have exhausted the supply of EU stations.

Soooo, how did all the planning work out? I ended the contest frustrated by my
lack of production on Sunday. 11 hours in the chair and only 325 Qs in the log.
Miserable performance by comparison to others and to previous years. What went
wrong?

10m " Opened to only deep South America both days with a grey line opening to
Oceania. Best time was mid-afternoon local time. Running was a waste of time and
produce very slow rates. Much better S&P’ing with a great multiplier / QSO
ratio.

15m " Sort of opened to EU around 1400z both mornings. However only the
biggest of guns could be heard. Very difficult to be heard by them. The band
was long to stateside which meant only stations in FL, TX, and CA were strong.
All other stateside were very weak. Being in the center of NA, means that only
extreme south east, south and south west stations fall into the skip zone.
Others are propagated via back scatter or sub-MUF modes. EU did open quite
strong around 1930z for about 1 hour When EU closed the band opened to OC and
AS and stayed opened until 0100z

20m - Much the same as 15m. Stronger EU stations could be heard as early as
1330 but not many were worked. The band peaked around 1400 and then faded to
marginal until it opened big time around 2000z. When 15m closes to Asia, this
band stays open for a little while longer but signals are very marginal and a
strong west coast wall is in place. There is only a short opening where the
path peaks to Japan and usually occurs just before the west coast path opens
and the east coast has started to move to 40m. Once the JA west coast path
opens, the west coast wall is entrenched and we have not shot at cracking
pileups. Many people forget that at this time of year, we often get a strong
over the pole opening mid-morning to south east Asia. While almost everyone was
focused on EU, I pointed the beam north and sure enough, worked several stations
in Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia. Not enough to run but good finds during an
S&P band sweep.

40m " The strongest signals to EU are at greyline here. For us that is about
2330 " 0030. That means at the start of the contest signals were booming but
with all of eastern USA and Canada calling, the one extra skip zone means we
are not heard easily. Listening to XL3A and others running high speed to Eu was
indeed envious and the EU stations were either not heard or marginal for the
most part here. No option here but to relocate The band did stay open both
evenings after the higher bands closed and produced more EU through S&P than in
past years. Running down low was not successful and produced very slow rates. At
least running up above 7.225 produced great rates stateside until the SW
broadcasters started.

80m " This band was an after though as I almost forgot about this band. Went
there at 0500z and found it in very good shape Sunday morning. I am not
competitive here with high noise and only a sloper but I was able to work CT
and PY beyond the normal stateside

Biggest frustration was the inability to run as often as I had wanted. The lack
of a clear frequency was perhaps the biggest hurdle. Down low, or up high the
bands were packed. Just when you think you have found a little slice of
spectrum, you listen and find a weak North American station. Or you are calling
and people answer, but it is embarrassingly obvious they are not answering you.


Again being in the center of the continent means we hear everyone from all
directions. Pointing to EU means we are looking right down the backs of the
eastern folks and the west coast gang is blowing fire down our backs. Since
most folk's beams have a null on 90 degrees and there is a small lobe at the
180 point, means we get clobbered here by strong signals in every direction.

Even operating outside of the US phone bands, I was frustrated by both the slow
rate when I did find a frequency or the hidden transmitter problem where someone
else on the east coast is using the frequency.

By Sunday, I had worked all the big guns on 20 and 15 and the only way to up
the rate was to run. I used the second radio fairly successfuly Saturday and
it helped, Not so much Sunday. At times on Saturday, my S&P rate on the second
radio was 2-3x that of the run radio. Run radio " 400 watts and yagi, S&P
radio 80 watts and ground mounted vertical.

If the solution to finding a run frequency is to crank down the RF gain and
ignore the stations beneath you, I am not sure I am ready for that. I hate it
when others do it to me! How much space is considered enough? Obviously the
stronger the adjacent channel, the more room you need. Perhaps the solution is
to crank the processor wide open, splatter for twice the needed bandwidth and
this keeps others away from your receive frequency. This approach works for
some big guns but I really don’t like that idea either.

Bottom line is I wish I could have done better. I don’t feel I can improve
antennas as I live on a small city lot and already have a decent beam for the
high bands and 2 elements on 40m. Feedline losses are low as I use 7/8”
Heliax for all runs. I can’t legally go to higher antennas. I keep power
levels to between 400-500 watts to keep peace with the neighbors. I have to
live here as well. I have used plenty of filters in my home and close
neighbors to keep electrical noise down. The antennas hear real well (perhaps
too well) I can’t do anything with propagation, it is what it is. Perhaps I
just need to accept this is contesting from the black hole.

Maybe CW contesting isn’t so bad either?

Ed
 
WN6K   SOAB LP   1,353,6452012-03-26 08:41:45
I had two goals in mind when I started - MULTS x points = >1,000,000 score. With
that in the back of the head i kept my eye on both and if 'running' didn't keep
the numbers going in the right direction, then I s/p'd till it started in the
right direction. I was determined in this contest to manage my 'off' time a
bit better - even sleeping off my remaining 3.5 hours "in the chair" and having
my iPhone alarm clock brashly pulling me from my slumber on Sunday morning.

This was the first time I made a 1M pt. effort ever with this LP station and
after passing that point on Sunday morning I was euphoric. Speaking of
euphoric, that is the feeling all of us in NA must have had as EU stations were
pouring in most of the day on Sunday. A great opening.

Station: FT1000MP Mark V - SteppIR DB18 @ 55ft. (40-10m) and OCF DP at 50 ft.
(160-80)
 
SM5MX   SOSB40 LP   306,8502012-03-26 08:46:40
Rig: TS-850
Ant: 2 x 10 m dipole + 1/4 wave vertical, used about fifty-fifty
S/W: TR4W v.4.233
H/W: MH MKII

First serious effort ever in an SSB Contest - more fun than expected!
I'll be back.

73,
Rolf
SM5MX
 
OZ3BJ   SOSB10 HP   96,0482012-03-26 08:59:02
Worked 59 DXCC entries. 6 Continents.

Prefixes worked:

3G1 4J5 4K4 4X0 4X6 4Z4 4Z5 5D5 6V7 7Z1 8P5 8P6 9A2 9K2 9M2 9W2 A61 A71 A73
A92 AD4 AY5 AY8 B1 B7 BA7 BD3 BP0 BY8 C4 CA3 CE1 CE2 CE3 CN2 CQ3 CQ8 CQ9
CR2 CR3 CT3 CW5 D2 D4 DR1 E21 EA7 EA8 EB8 ED7 ED9 EE8 EK3 ES2 ES9 EX2 EY0
H2 H22 HA5 HI3 HS0 HZ1 JT5 JY4 L73 LP1 LR2 LR3 LS1 LT1 LT5 LU2 LU3 LU4 LU5
LU6 LU7 LU8 LV5 LV6 LW8 LX7 P3 P33 P40 P41 PJ2 PJ4 PP1 PP5 PQ5 PR3 PR5 PT2
PT5 PU1 PU2 PU5 PV7 PW2 PW7 PX5 PX7 PY2 PY3 PY4 PY5 PZ5 R8 RA4 RA8 RA9 RC6
RC9 RF8 RF9 RG8 RK9 RL6 RL9 RM9 RN3 RN7 RT4 RT9 RV9 RW0 RW9 RX0 RX9 RY7 RZ9
SV9 TO5 TO7 TR8 UA0 UA6 UA9 UB0 UN1 UN5 UN7 UN8 UP0 UP2 UP4 UP9 V55 VK4 VK6
VU2 VU3 W4 WF3 WN1 XE3 XQ7 XR3 XR6 XV1 XW3 YB1 YB4 YM3 YM7 Z21 ZP5 ZS6 ZV2
ZW8 ZY5 ZZ2

Working Conditions:
10m Moxon placed about 10m up. Besides a condo complex.
 
TM4W(F5HRY)   SOSB10 HP   1,342,1162012-03-26 09:03:15
Hard 10m from a rather northen location. Only a few JA's, but 21% of NA (quite
surprizing at only +/- 100 of SFI). Many signal were just above the noise level
(natural or man made ...), which made necessary to repeat (and repeat) the
reports ! Nice back scatter to SW both days at the end of the propagation.

I have been called by G0D (himself), probably a fake, so I did not logged.

Rig : Good old TS850, AL1500, 5el@17m + 5el@13m

73
Herve F5HRY
 
IZ7PDX   SOSB20 HP   1,387,3022012-03-26 09:09:42
MY FIRST WPX !
 
VY2MGY/3(VE3MGY)   SO(A)SB40(TS) LP   758,0472012-03-26 09:12:25
A stranger knocked on the door just before the contest started. They called him
"Murphy"...

I had planned to be SOSB 80M all along for this one and had done antenna work
on the previous weekends to be ready BUT when I turned on the gear an hour
before the contest started Friday evening the noise levels had gone from S1 to
S9+10 on 80M and 160M - on all antennas. And I had no idea why. It has since
returned to normal ( S1 ) as I write this on Monday morning ( and I believe the
culprit was an aging pool pump that has since expired ) but at the time 80 and
160 were useless - and stayed that way all weekend.

So at zero hour plus 15 min I made the desperate last minute decision to go to
40M and see what I could do there so the entire weekend wouldn't be a loss. The
noise was much better - though not as quiet as it should normally be. So I
decided to try a SOSB(A)LP 40M - for the first time ever.

Then at 0050Z the Inverted V I was using for 40 broke...

I went to the backup Inverted V but it had S9 noise and was useless on 40 so I
then went to the 20M EDZ ( not a good choice ) that was all but lying on the
ground and oriented in the worst possible way. But with no choice I tried to
load it for 40 - it worked - and I was QRV again. Or so I thought...

My rate was suffering and worms were burning from the very low EDZ so I tried
the 80M Inverted L with miles of wire under it but because it was a 1/2 wave on
40 loading it was very tricky and the bandwidth was less than a Khz.

So at 0305Z I had had enough of fooling around the transmatch and went outside
in the dark to take down the 80M Inverted L and turn it into a 1/4 wave
Vertical and utilize all that great counterpoise under it. Of course Murphy
came out with me and it took alot longer than it should have.

When I did get back in the shack I found that the vertical was ok but didn't
work near as well as the Inverted V for those close in QSO's out to a around
1,500 - 2,000 km. I decided to take a short break at 0800Z ( what was I
thinking? ) and then of course I overslept the alarm and didn't wake up till
1200Z so I missed some of the AM DX from the Pacific...

Got back on the air Saturday AM anyway and then EDZ started locking up the
laptop and the router for whatever reason - it had not done that before...

So I decided to take the time and get the original Inverted V I was using on
Friday fixed and back up to be QRV for Saturday night. Murphy must have
overslept himself as he never came outside with me and things actually went
rather well.

Saturday night and Sunday AM went pretty much without any major hiccups ( I
think Murphy was exhausted at that point ). Unfortunately I had made previous
plans for Sunday afternoon as I had originally not planned on operating 80M
when the sun was up - so I missed out on some good 40M QSO hours that I could
have used near the end of the contest and it was r-e-a-l-l-y hard to turn the
gear off with stations left to work.

That’s all that went wrong really...

But seeing as how I had never even planned to do a 40M SOSB contest and didn't
have the plethora of antennas I would have liked to be competitive, I am
overall pretty happy with my results. Maybe next time will do a fulltime
effort with the right antennas. Or maybe I will just enter Murphy with myself
in a Multi Op...

Thanks for all the QSO's

73
Brian
VY2MGY/3 ( VE3MGY )
 
LP1H(@LU5HM)   M/M HP   50,603,6702012-03-26 09:24:56
Deep heart thanks to Ramon LU5HM, Ramuco LU7HE and Monica LU8HFO for hosting and
supporting this second MM effort in WPX SSB.
We all had lots of fun and enjoyed what we all like best: CONTESTING!!!!!!
Plenty of activity on all bands.
Thank you all for the Qs!

73

Team LP1H: LU5HM, LU2NI, LU3HY, LU4DX, LW5HR, LU5DX
www.lp1h.com.ar (pics and write up later on this week).
 
PY2SBY   SOSB10 LP   412,8952012-03-26 09:27:53
Dear all.

After years out of contest and trying to use a antenna in my build was possible
to do a dipole antenna over a rod fish pole and get a good results to me.
I,m happy to contact some stations that after long time no get qsos, like
ZL,4X,and some other form europe.
My ststion is:

IC756PRO3 50 watts RFI problem
Dipole in a rod fish possible see in my QRZ.

Thansk for all PY2SBY Elvis.
 
W1DYJ   SOSB40(TS) LP   40,2152012-03-26 09:42:21
Harpswell, ME
TS-450SAT
40M dipole at ~18 ft.
 
NR5M   SOAB HP   11,006,9282012-03-26 09:45:16
Wow! Considering the flux, A and K, the prop was suprising. Rode 15 by day and
40 at night. Even with 12 hours off-time, I got only 2-3 hours of sleep which
had to be squeezed in between EU and Ja at night.

What a fun contest. Always stations to work. I could do it again next
weekend!

Thanks to all who put up with my quasi-coherent sleep-deprived exchanges on
Sunday.

George, NR5M
 
VE6FI(VE6AQ)   SO(A)AB LP   215,8382012-03-26 10:00:21
http://www3.telus.net/ve6fi/index.htm


Operated with a triband beam and 100watts to a 1000MP

Denis ve6aq
 
VA3KAI   SOAB LP   131,1862012-03-26 10:08:03
More-or-less casual operating over 10 hours total over 2 days and got a couple
of new countries to boot. Pretty overwhelming when you're giving out serial #'s
1-236 and you're getting back in the 4000-5000+ range!!! Lots of fun and still
got my yard work done!
 
SN2M(SP2XF)   SO(A)SB80 HP   1,853,4402012-03-26 10:10:38
TNX for all QSO's.
My first full time effort in SSB, 3rd contest from the new QTH.

Low bands is not the best choice for the actual period (solar cycle). The
activity is low and propagation much worse than in the last few years.

I know I was putting lot's of dB in EU, but still lacking reasonable TX antenna
for DX's, so only 8% of all QSO's count for 6 pts.

RIG: IC 775 & IC 765 + PA
TX ant: 164m delta loop
RX ant: 1xK9AY n/s/w/e & 250m beverage for USA

Best 73's and CU in SP DX Contest
Mac SP2XF
 
9Y4W   SOSB20 HP   9,454,3802012-03-26 10:21:34
Many hours where nobody seemed to be interested in a QSO with me.
No problems to determine the mandantory breaks ;-)
Short usable band openings to EU. Yet another good contesting experience.
Thanks to all callers and 73

Andy 9Y4W
 
OH1F(OH1NOA)   SO(A)SB15 HP   3,844,2962012-03-26 10:26:25
FT-1000D + Alpha 91b
4/4el yagis + 4el yagi

Original plan was to work serious SOAB, but had to cancel this because I had
work commitments on Friday and Monday. At OH1F currently 15 meters is in the
best shape so this band was my choice. For the first time ever I took part in
assisted class in the major contest.

Progation was good, but far from the excellent. In 2000 the best OH single
bander worked over 2500 qsos on 15 meters! Anyway huge improvement from Russian
DX Contest last weekend. This year I never got any big JA runs, some decent
pileups to USA. Unfortunately brothers in Southern and Central Europe run them
much longer.

My operating strategy was quite simple: stay all day in the same frequency (Sat
around 21385 and Sun 21360), pick up the multipliers with second VFO. It worked!
I didn't get much skip to Central Europe, so couldn't hear all spotted mults.
 
K1WHS   SOSB10 HP   161,5382012-03-26 10:27:47
Poor Conditions. I sure could have used a few more sunspots up here.
 
KU7Y   SOAB LP   272012-03-26 10:31:59
I still don't know how anyone can understand anything that is being said on SSB!
 
S5ØK   SOSB20 HP   5,474,7522012-03-26 10:34:41
The SO SB on 20 this time is another one in a row of wpx ssb on 20 m.

On the air and log comparison to the last year shows less dx stations, as seen
from here poorer conditions and consequently lower score. Short comparison this
year/last year is given below.

Appreciate very much all the calls. Most of the JA signals were very nicely
strong. This could not be said for large majority of K stations that were
basically covered by left/right side qrm and of weak strength. In general quite
a few nice calls from Mid America, Far East and Pacific areas.

36 hours stayed on the air, a few hours, 3-4h more would be helpfull for the
present conditions. Have started one hour later after the band opening in the
Sunday morning and stayed in chair until the evening without break in order to
have at least some sleep before Monday activities.

Best 73s,
Marko, S50K

Zl 18/19
VK 66/74
KH6 3/13
KL7 9/6
JA 70/41
K 801/1185

2012
NA 929 36.6
EU 1195 47.0
SA 46 1.8
AS 243 9.6
AF 19 0.7
OC 105 4.1

2011
NA 1323 46.6
EU 1076 37.9
SA 56 2.0
AS 240 8.4
AF 20 0.7
OC 125 4.4
 
W4JAM   SOAB HP   310,2482012-03-26 10:45:38
Family got in the way, thunderstorms and loss of power. Ears just not working
like they use to on phone. Still had fun.
 
S53MM   SOAB HP   7,666,5502012-03-26 10:46:29
QRM vas killing me almost all of the time, but SSTV on 20m just killed me few
hours before the end.

Matija/S53MM
 
AA6K   SOAB LP   683,2832012-03-26 10:48:31
SOLP TB/Wire.
Working Conditions: IC-756PII, 3el SteppIR with 30/40 add-on, Inevrted Vee.
Comment: The Saturday evening opening to asia across the pole was the best
I've seen this sun spot cycle!!!

73 de AA6K
Shirl
 
NI7R   SOAB HP   27,7142012-03-26 10:56:08
I only had time to operate a few hours Friday and Saturday night, but SSB is not
my bag anyway. I just wanted to give the club a few points. My rate is much,
much slower on SSB than CW. My antenna was a portable vertical on top of an
aluminum ladder set up in my courtyard due to HOA restrictions. All S&P, of
course.
 
VA7BEC   SO(A)AB LP   1,154,9212012-03-26 10:57:05
Immediately after a weekend marathon, my thoughts on the contest just ended are
undoubtedly influenced by how tired I am. A few days later, when I've had time
to look at my log and my notes and recall certain happy moments, my perspective
often changes. I'm sure it will be the same for WPX SSB 2012.

Right now, all I remember is how incredibly slow and frustrating this contest
was. In the end, my score is OK but the process of getting there was not really
so much fun. Well, not as much fun as I was hoping for.

10m was disappointing. 15m and 20m started out fine except that all of a sudden
on Sunday morning the noise level hit S-9 and stayed that way until the end of
the contest. 40m, 80m and 160m were poor. I had hoped that the anyone-anywhere
aspect of WPX would at least let me catch more Canadian and stateside stations
but for whatever reason -- conditions, few stations listening for west coast,
out there but I couldn't hear them... -- not many Qs on the low bands.

20m was open way into the night. 15m quite late as well. Great! Or so I
thought. Wasn't really of much use. I got the feeling that even when EU was
open from this QTH, EU was workiing EU with some east coast NA thrown in for
good measure. It can be lonely on the west coast...

Along with S-9 noise and poor propagation... splatter. Just incredible. And
some stations made the situation even worse with awful audio. I know EU
stations have to deal with incredible QRM, but this weekend it seemed like the
big stations upped the QRM ante just to stake claim to a wider area. But
stations outside the EU also had signals wider than necessary. For me, this
made pinpointing the actual calling frequency incredibly tough. In addition, I
was often in the middle of a QSO with another station and either my exchange or
the other station's exchange were obliterated, which required far too many
back-and-forth confirmations to maintain a good rate.

I also found many stations just started calling CQ without asking if the
frequency was in use or simply just listening to find out. Or a station would
get hemmed in by two stations with really wide signals. In both cases, QSOs in
progress were obliterated and the apparently weaker station had to move.
Survival of the fittest? Kind sad if score is the only thing motivating us,
no?

For myself, I couldn't get a good run going on any band or in any direction.
Not even the usual NA pileups. Very disappointing. And I say this not
necessarily from a score perspective but from the fun of the quick pace and
working through the barrage of callsigns quickly and accurately. Many factors
came into play. The naturally occurring ones I can't do anything about. But the
station-induced ones... like someone dropping by to give me a Q and then moving
just a few clicks away to start pounding out an enormous signal and killing my
chances for a nice run. Not appreciated, not from my perspective. But then,
perhaps these stations didn't realize how loud they were???

Despite all my complaints, there were nice moments. Familiar callsigns. "Hi
Rebecca!". "Good luck" amid the frantic pace of (some) pileups.

To everyone in my log, thank you! \(^o^)/
To everyone who had the patience to wait through the QRM, thank you.
To everyone who took the time to get callsigns and/or exchanges right, thank
you.

See you soon.

Rebecca VA7BEC
 
HA5JI   SO(A)SB10 HP   401,1002012-03-26 11:06:45
73's Gyuri
 
K4OWR   SO(A)AB HP   150,2522012-03-26 11:12:24
Still just a single dipole....sigh. Four hours was all I had to give. Beam goes
up Tuesday. Finally!
 
DA2C(DK3DM)   SO(A)SB20 HP   3,664,2542012-03-26 11:29:54
Many thanks to all for the Qs!

Not a full serious one for me. Wanted to do a contest after long time
not active, so decided to do WPX-SSB on my most loved band 20m.
But now I know again, why I love CW that much more than phone :-)
I think I am too old (age 36) for this always getting worse QRM situation on
phone.
Sorry to the stations i could not pull out of the noise.
On sunday afternoon I had enough and pulled the plug after 29h on time.

Hope to hear you all again soon!

See our homepage at: http://www.da2c.de

73 de Heiko (Bud), DK3DM
 
SQ8JX   SO(A)SB80 HP   603,6842012-03-26 11:32:37
FT2000 + PA GU43 + Ant (Vertical 31,5 m + dipol)
RX ant. (beverages) not work :(

Tnx for all qso's - CU in SP DX Contest


73 Kornel
 
EB5KT(EA5KV)   SO(A)SB15(TS) HP   722,7482012-03-26 11:32:48
73, EA5KV Vic.
 
VY2/K5WA   SOAB HP   12,621,9402012-03-26 11:36:31
I have always wanted to see what East Coast conditions sounded like during a
contest so I did a last minute, no planning trip to VY2TT (thank you K6LA) to
experience it first hand. The WPX SSB was the only slot open that fit my
schedule. Unfortunately, I did not have time to acquire a Canadian license and
had to use use VY2/K5WA. I can highly recommend NOT doing this. ;-) My
European friends had issues with the V and the W in my call. Also, I tried
saying "stroke", "portable", "slash" and anything else I could think of to
describe my call. It was interesting to see which one worked best with a
particular person but still very time consuming. I am glad to have gotten as
many Qs in the log as I did but I will find a way to obtain a Canadian license
for next time.

Some of the highlights were working A73A, several VU2s and VK/JA all pointing
NE. They were loud! We just don't hear that very often in Houston, Texas.

I also made a promise to RK9DM that I need to keep. I was on QSO 2999 and told
the world I would send a bottle of wine to QSO number 3000. I made a contact
but he was a dupe, then RK9DM went into my log as number 3000. Thank you
Eugene!! I know it is nowhere near the big scores that will win this contest
but it was a personal relief to make that milestone and I was giddy excited.

I certainly appreciate the opportunity to hear conditions like I heard from VY2
(Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Canada). It sure makes a contest a lot more
fun! (even if it was SSB) ;-)
 
VC6Z(@VE6JY)   M/M HP   20,984,2432012-03-26 11:38:56
After the horrible conditions of the last 3 weekends, this looked to be a big
improvement and indeed the first night had good rates on 20 and 15. Even 10 was
open to SA and JA altho it closed quickly, it held promise for the the next
afternoon. For much of the weekend it seemed the "propagation clock" was off
by about 3 hours, for both the low and high bands. Low bands took much longer
to open, esp the first night. Normal near sunrise Eu path on 20 and 15 was
shifted to late morning or not much at all in the case of 15m - runs to Eu were
shallow and short lived so my pre contest expectations did not come to pass. 10
was a much bigger miss as it never turned into anything runnable all weekend.
Only the high (150') yagi seemed much of any use and many paths from Eu and
Japan were skewed way south. Caught the tail end of 10m 3am Eu opening but
faded within a few minutes. 15m had similar short lived openings in the wee
hours to Eu as well. As often is the case, if things had just been a bit
better we could have bested the current WPX record from 1993, but it didn't
happen. We didn't even match our M/2 score of last year.

Equipment wise found us with more antenna choices (all working) then ever
before and all behaved well. In spite of some setup issues with N1MM and
incorrect serial numbers (tnx to N2IC for his guidance in this), it behaved
perfectly with ZERO network jitters of any kind.

VC6Z was: VE6BF Bill, VE6OH Mitch, VE6TR Rob, VE6TCK Neil, VA6MA Maurice,
VE5MX Todd, VE6WQ Joel and myself. Thanks to Bill VE6BF for getting the special
VC6Z callsign (QSL's thru Bill). We may mount a multi effort for WPX CW with
it, we'll decide later.

Mitch and I will be be at Visalia so looking forward to to all that involves.

73 Don
VE6JY
 
WX3B   M/M HP   19,309,9602012-03-26 11:53:58
Pre-contest station building crew: K1RH, N3ST, K3RCH, NY3A, N3KS, N8IVN

Friday Night Dinner club: NE3K, N3YIM, NY3A, N3SB, Shilpa, AK3Z, K1RH, AB3CV,
N8IVN, KB3YEN, K3WI

CQ WPX SSB Operators: WX3B, K3WI, N8IVN, KB3CS, N3YIM, NE3K, K1RH, NH7C,
WA3AER, N3VOP, N3AFT

Team WX3B started early in this contest with several antenna parties, one
amplifier party and several beverage fixing instances.

The 20 meter AB/577 had a small nub sheared off the top pipe section that keeps
the antenna stabilized; therefore I had a wind direction indicator in 20 meters
for several weeks.

After a rock solid weld of that top section to the 5’ mast below, a gentle
straightening of the wind bent driven element and first director, 20 meters was
once again rock solid.

Onto the amplifier repair " ever smell that special smell of a burning step
start resistor? It’s what happens when a relay sticks and you start
transmitting with a low plate voltage.

Ameritron quickly (and correctly) diagnosed the sticky relay remotely and after
about a 90 minute repair we’re back in business….until…..the 80 meter
amplifier started a tell-tale snap…..snap……SNAP!

That is the sound of bleeder resistor failure in the AL-1200, and my efforts to
FedEx a new HV board by Friday morning flopped miserably.

K4VV and his wife Sharon rescued me and let me borrow a like-new AL-1500 (BOY
those things put out a lot of power with 30 watts drive).

The final fix was a minor beverage repair (only took me 3 repairs to get it
truly fixed).

We had a great dinner and then we were off to the races…

Our Saturday evening began with Mike, N3AFT sitting in the 75m chair for the
first time getting lessons from on how to mix and match the audio streams for
his listening pleasure to pick his CQ vs. his listening frequency. Thanks to
Gene, WB4MSG for leaving a home brew multi-channel selection box at WX3B which
makes this a single movement choice. You can put the main RX in both ears,
the Sub RX in both years, or have one RX in each ear. Very nice for working
USA guys in one ear and DX in the other.

Joe, N3YIM spend a great first two hours grabbing Europeans on 40 meters by
packet spot. We did that to try to put more DX in the log than our runs had
attracted in the past. It worked for the first hour, but a high penalty was
paid when Joe left, because we had to create a run frequency. As anyone who
operates 40 meters, run frequencies are not found, they are manufactured. Joe
also ran 10 meters and did an excellent job attracting South Americans and Skew
path Europeans (if there was a real EU opening, we missed it)

Dennis N8IVN and Chris KB3CS found themselves operating for many, many hours
" and they carried a good percentage of the score by themselves. Both of
these men have increased their skills nicely over the years. It helps that
they are usually in front of a radio, and about 99% of the time calling CQ.
Yes, those are two of the most important skills a contester can gain. It was
fun watching Dennis on 15 meters as the JA opening started. Boy those JAs were
loud on Sunday! Chris toughed it out on 20 meters and the band finally gets
interesting in the late afternoon at WX3B when the rate greatly improves.

Geoff NE3K had his first experience at WX3B and enthusiastically grabbed some
10 meter time when the band was still open to VK and ZL. There is a LOT of
participation on 10 meters in this contest….especially at the beginning of
the contest.

Rob K1RH is to be commended for his superb Mechanical capabilities and the fact
that what most people consider work he considers fun. Not only does Rob
cheerfully volunteer to do the hardest and most dangerous job at an antenna
party, I think he actually looks forward to it! His son Robert, K3RCH was also
instrumental in the last session. Rob missed the really good morning opening on
20 (I was happy to accept that job) and by the time 20 was handed off to Rob it
was the usual 40/hour rate while the entire world defected to 15 meters.
Fortunately Rob also had some fun on 15 meters before his time was up and he
returned to family weekend fun.

Mike, N3VOP had fun on a wide variety of bands this year. It is always fun
listening to Mike run pileups because his level of enthusiasm is second to
none. For those of you that don’t know this story, the WX3B carpeting was
provided by Mike years ago " and it continues to hold up in excellent
conditions and keep us from being stuck on a bare floor.

Bill, K3WI did his usual stellar work, this time on 15 meters. The pileup
started early and it just kept going. I knew we were going to have fun when I
heard DR1A “warming up” at 5:45pm on 15 meters before the contest. Bill
stuffed a lot of QSOs into the log before he departed Saturday evening.

Sid, NH7C joined us on Saturday evening to fish up some DX on 75 meters. From
the results " he was very successful. I am very pleased with how the phased
vertical array is working on 75, and the (finally fixed) beverages were an
important tool in the arsenal of tools for receiving. The Europeans were
loud, however the static crashes were often louder. A casualty of the
beautiful (warm) weather we have been having.

Ted, WA3AER enjoyed his first time at the WX3B 160 operating position. Not a
very glamorous assignment when almost NOBODY uses this band in WPX (there is no
motivation unless you are M/M). He stuck with it, re-recorded his CQ when
someone complained about the quality and managed to get some operating time in
on another band or two during the contest. Ted is a welcome addition to the
team and perhaps the next 40 meter inductee!

I want to thank everyone that helped me set the station up and operate it this
past weekend. It was great fun.

It looks like there is a 2-way tie for second place in North America between
N6RO and WX3B…and log checking will determine the winner. What a GREAT Score
for Ken and his team!

I also salute Bob NX5M and his winning team effort this year! It looks like we
have a great 3 way competition going, that is until NQ4I gets back into the game
and clobbers all of us!

73,


Jim Nitzberg WX3B
 
HG3R(HA3NU)   SOAB HP   10,357,2882012-03-26 11:59:53
SSB is very weary, many lost QSO's due to heavy splatters. 21 MHz was amazing
after sunset, nice runs even in late evening. Cuagn WPX CW.
 
CR6K(CT1ILT)   SOAB HP   16,100,0062012-03-26 12:18:08
Looks like "Murphy" played us a little visit this time, actually twice, first
around 16UTC when power failure last for 10 minutes and second at a peak hour
21UTC (20 and 22 UTC I had 180 per hour so I guess another 180 at 21utc would
have been possible).

My goal was around 20Million points, which failed due to no rates on low bands
and a bad 10m band.

Highlight of this contest was to work dad CT1CJJ who is Poland, he was
operating with SN6F team :))

Congratulations to Braco for such nice score, really nice competition with him
and CQ8X, TM6M and a few others.


Thanks to all for QSOs, cu next one.

Filipe CT1ILT
 
NN3V   SOAB LP   1,126,5482012-03-26 12:19:49
Started Saturday morning and was surprised at how bad the bands sounded. Had
QSOs that commiserated on the poor conditions. Thought the weekend was a bust.

Saturday afternoon 15M opened and would not quit. 20M never seemed worth the
effort all weekend. Sunday 15M continued to amaze me. Late Sunday afternoon I
found a wonderful opening on 10M. Had a real nice time.

The SteppIR and the FT5000 continue to impress me. QRM rejection ios just
fantastic.

This was a personal best for me. Glad Saturday morning didn't turn me off !

73 de NN3V
Charlie
 
SE5S   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   781,7812012-03-26 12:46:39
Get stuck on 10m in the beginning (almost decided to run single band 10m), but
bad opening to NA. Went to 15m and below on saturday evening. Hard to find a
slot to call cq, but made a short sucess on 20m and got spotted on cluster (165
QSO's in 95 minutes). Got a bad spot on SE5E. Hopefully everyone listen...

Using 100W from a FT950 to club station (SK5DB) tribander (FB33) at 18m and
wire for 40m and 80m.

Thanks for good activation!

QSL via LOTW or bureau.

SE5S Martin
 
N7BEF   SOAB LP   49,5362012-03-26 12:51:09
Only part time Friday and Saturday. Not my best effort.

Band OSO's Pts WPX
7 25 44 21
14 65 104 41
21 78 151 68
28 23 45 14

Total 191 344 144
Score 49,536
 
OH6LI(@OH6LI/OH4A)   SOAB HP   7,051,3002012-03-26 13:07:12
Great Fun !

Was thinking to just operate a little.
Then, Saturday propagation got me hooked.
Propagation was poor enough to give a real operating challenge, I guess.
That is, I think I need to explain to myself why I did what I did.
Rather unprepared and unplanned.

I kept on sitting and logging more.
Then, had a nap or two and kept on sitting and logging through Sunday.


Everybody, thanks for another Fun Contest.


73,
Jukka OH6LI
 
VA3OV   SOAB LP   25,1912012-03-26 13:38:46
Took the time to participate in the first Hamfest in Laval, Qc. Operated S&P
only over the week end.
Had a great time.
 
HC2/KF6ZWD   SOAB LP   3,639,7682012-03-26 13:40:42
Semi-serious, less-than-24-hours operation. Wires worked well. No TX on 40M.
Highlight: being called by TO7BC.
A bit disappointed with K3WW jumping with CQ on my frequency on 20 for some 15
minutes. I understand I'm barely audible but still...
Thank you all.
 
TM6M(F8DBF)   SOAB HP   16,372,2242012-03-26 13:46:46
Thanks all for QSO.
Congrats to E7DX for great score.
73's
F8DBF Sebastien
 
HA8JV   SO(A)AB HP   10,067,5352012-03-26 13:47:06
station setup: FT1000D+HMPA
Vertical 38mh (160,80,40)4el Quad 19mh(20,15,10).
3 pieces beverage (120-240ml).
Thanks for all callers!
see you in cw part.
73 Pali
 
TF3CW   SOSB20 HP   1,914,5682012-03-26 13:52:38
I had high hopes that propagation would shine on 20 meters up here in the North
during the contest. But the Aurora killed all my efforts come Saturday
morning.

During the week I put up a spanking new 5 el.Optibeam Monobander (tnx TF3ML) @
30 meters (100 feet), but this super antenna with its 15 meter boom (49 feet),
never got to shine, thanks to the Aurora...

The contest had started with a good US run. In two and a half hour I had around
400 Qs in the log before the band folded. Then I went for my planned 6 hour
break, to come back fresh for the JA/VK/ZL opening....that never
materialized.... Forced to run EU 1 point Qs instead, I waited for the expected
usual US/VE opening around 1130 Z....that never materialized....

Actually, the propagation was so bad that I was running very weak EU at the
back of the beam, while beaming US....But not with a single US calling in.

"Spotlight" propagation at times within EU. I believe I QSOed the total ham
population of YO,PA and EI... To one of the EI stations I said: "You are 20
over ", his reply: "You are 60 over" When I am 60 over in EI-land on 20 meters
there is something seriously wrong with the propagation....

So,in short, this is life under the Aurora Borealis. You NEVER know what is
going to happen.....

Siggi TF3CW
CONTESTING....Much more than a hobby, a Lifestyle.
 
WM5R(@K5NA)   SOAB HP   6,362,9722012-03-26 13:58:41
The Station at K5NA:
====================

10 Meters
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 152', rotatable
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 115', fixed NE
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 78', fixed NE
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 100', fixed NW

15 Meters
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 170', rotatable
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 128' fixed NE
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 86' fixed NE
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 44', rotatable from 315 to 140 degrees

20 Meters
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 190', rotatable
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 128' fixed NE
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 70' fixed NE
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 45' fixed SE
5 element Cushcraft monobander @ 104' fixed NW
9 element Cushcraft X9 tribander @ 82', rotatable

40 Meters
2 element Cushcraft XM240 @ 200', rotatable
2 element Cushcraft XM240 @ 128' fixed NE
2 element Cushcraft XM240 @ 70' fixed NW
Inverted Vee @ 35'.

80 Meters
NE - Two element phased vertical array
NW - Two element phased vertical array
SW - Sloping dipole @ 170'
Inverted Vee @ 150'

160 Meters
Full sized Rohn 25G vertical with insulator at 30' and raised radials


Receiving Antennas
Beverages: SW, W, NW, NNW, N, NNE, E, SE

Radios:
======

Radio 1: Elecraft K3, Elecraft P3, Acom 2000A
Radio 2: Elecraft K3, Elecraft P3, Acom 2000A
SO2R Controller: microHAM MK2R+
Headset: Yamaha CM-500
Software: WriteLog V10.80F

This is the third time in the last four years I have operated
the CQ WPX phone contest as a serious unassisted high-power
single-operator from the K5NA/K5DU contest station. Richard
was very enthusiastic about my operation, even though he's just
recently started treatment for esophageal cancer. Thankfully,
the station is fairly mature at this point and takes little
effort to get ready for a contest. I can (almost) just walk
up, put on the headset and go.

I had my best start ever in this contest, coming extremely
close to a 200 QSO hour in the second hour of the contest.
It seems like being on 40 meters is always a struggle at
times on the first night, but by 0900 UTC I was still around
200 contacts ahead of my running total last year. My
lead over the 2011 me shrank slightly over the course of
Saturday and Sunday until late on Sunday, when I pulled it
all back and then some in the final 2.5 hours.

I took a little different off-time strategy this year. I
studied the 2011 rate sheet from my contesting mentor, K5TR,
and decided to follow his basic strategy, and try to adapt to
conditions. Last year, George operated the first 19 hours
straight through before his first off-time. Initially, I
planned to do the same thing, and I felt like maybe I could
pull it off, but then I hit some slow rate in the 0900 UTC hour
and around 0930 UTC decided to take a couple of hours off. My
next off-time was from from 0200 UTC to 0500 UTC on Sunday,
which may have been too long, but coincides with the time
when I really struggle getting a good frequency established
on 40 meters. And I was really tired by that point. In
retrospect, I probably would have been better off with maybe
a one-hour break then and a longer break later in the morning.
My worst clock hour on the air was 1200 UTC on Sunday, when
I only managed 33 contacts. Unfortunately, I think the really
optimal off-time strategy in this contest is a lot of 1-hour
breaks, and it takes some real mental fortitude to give up
that much sleep.

Early Saturday afternoon, Susan came into the shack to tell
me that she was taking Richard to the Emergency Room due
to swelling in one of his legs. On his way out the door,
Richard told me to keep operating. Hours and hours later,
Susan came back to the house while I was sleeping during
an off-time and left me a note. They had found blood
clots in Richard's leg and he was admitted to the hospital
and would probably not be out until Tuesday or Wednesday.
She had gone back to the hospital before I woke up. I had
brought all my own food and drink this time around, and
the station was working perfectly, so I kept going, and
tried to just focus on the contest. Richard and I
exchanged a few text messages during the day on Sunday,
including one from him suggesting I should aim for 3200
QSOs and 1200 multipliers, both of which I thought were
impossible at the time.

The contest really ended with some huge rate. After my
final off-time, I focused on 20 meters, where I was still a
little light on contacts and I knew I could still pull in
Europeans. I got some good long-path to southeast Asia and
Australia during this time, and the rate kept gradually
going up and up. In the last half hour, in particular,
I'm sure my rate was well over 200 QSOs/hour. I think my
best minute in the whole contest was 2359 UTC on Sunday,
when I made 7 QSOs. I'm convinced now that operating those
last two hours of the contest (rather than taking them as
off-time) is the way to go.

Before the contest, my only real goals were to make 3000
contacts and 1000 multipliers, which I'd not been able to
do in the same contest before. On Sunday afternoon, I
decided that my previous personal bests were within reach,
so I adjusted my goals to beating my previous best QSO total
(3124), multiplier total (1008), and claimed score (6.0M).
I was able to break all three personal records in the final
two clock hours of the contest. The first one to fall was
the claimed score and the last one to fall was the QSO
total.

Susan was back at the house right as the contest ended,
taking care of this and that, and we shut down everything as
quickly as we could so she could drive back to the hospital
to be with Richard. I grabbed a quick bite to eat and then
stopped by the hospital on the way home. When he wasn't
being poked and prodded or being visited by his fighter pilot
friends, Richard had been using a laptop and an
internet-connected HF receiver in Virginia to listen to me
operating. He told me he really enjoyed hearing me send the
3200 serial number with just about half an hour to go.

Hour 160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm

D1-0000Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 176/115 --+-- 176/115 176/115
D1-0100Z - - - 177/55 17/8 - 194/63 370/178
D1-0200Z - - - 116/40 - - 116/40 486/218
D1-0300Z - - 105/50 - - - 105/50 591/268
D1-0400Z - - 80/29 - - - 80/29 671/297
D1-0500Z - - 97/47 - - - 97/47 768/344
D1-0600Z - 4/0 119/32 - - - 123/32 891/376
D1-0700Z - 12/3 61/20 - - - 73/23 964/399
D1-0800Z 2/1 16/2 25/11 3/1 --+-- --+-- 46/15 1010/414
D1-0900Z - 6/3 16/10 3/2 - - 25/15 1035/429
D1-1000Z - - - - - - 0/0 1035/429
D1-1100Z - - 28/12 - - - 28/12 1063/441
D1-1200Z - - 34/6 8/3 5/4 - 47/13 1110/454
D1-1300Z - - - 26/13 64/45 - 90/58 1200/512
D1-1400Z - - - - 62/39 10/4 72/43 1272/555
D1-1500Z - - - 2/0 71/42 1/1 74/43 1346/598
D1-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 91/32 --+-- 91/32 1437/630
D1-1700Z - - - - 92/36 - 92/36 1529/666
D1-1800Z - - - - 65/9 14/8 79/17 1608/683
D1-1900Z - - - - 68/20 13/8 81/28 1689/711
D1-2000Z - - - - 89/33 - 89/33 1778/744
D1-2100Z - - - - 108/17 2/0 110/17 1888/761
D1-2200Z - - - - 87/16 - 87/16 1975/777
D1-2300Z - - - 90/7 19/4 - 109/11 2084/788
D2-0000Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 70/9 19/3 --+-- 89/12 2173/800
D2-0100Z - - - 123/15 - - 123/15 2296/815
D2-0200Z - - - 4/0 - - 4/0 2300/815
D2-0300Z - - - - - - 0/0 2300/815
D2-0400Z - - - - - - 0/0 2300/815
D2-0500Z - - 71/15 - - - 71/15 2371/830
D2-0600Z - - 56/5 - - - 56/5 2427/835
D2-0700Z - 9/2 26/1 - - - 35/3 2462/838
D2-0800Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 0/0 2462/838
D2-0900Z - - - - - - 0/0 2462/838
D2-1000Z - - - - - - 0/0 2462/838
D2-1100Z - - 29/6 - - - 29/6 2491/844
D2-1200Z - - 5/1 23/4 5/1 - 33/6 2524/850
D2-1300Z - - - 59/9 12/3 - 71/12 2595/862
D2-1400Z - - - - 67/26 - 67/26 2662/888
D2-1500Z - - - - 74/33 17/2 91/35 2753/923
D2-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 88/28 1/1 89/29 2842/952
D2-1700Z - - - - 11/2 - 11/2 2853/954
D2-1800Z - - - - 53/15 - 53/15 2906/969
D2-1900Z - - - 1/0 1/0 - 2/0 2908/969
D2-2000Z - - - - 27/5 - 27/5 2935/974
D2-2100Z - - - 53/11 - - 53/11 2988/985
D2-2200Z - - - 80/14 - - 80/14 3068/999
D2-2300Z - - - 141/23 - - 141/23 3209/1022

Total: 2/1 47/10 752/245 979/2061371/536 58/24

Distribution by Continent
-------------------------

160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total %

SA 0 3 24 23 22 33 105 3.3
NA 2 39 572 799 754 9 2175 67.8
AS 0 1 30 41 40 0 112 3.5
OC 0 2 19 9 6 1 37 1.2
AF 0 1 7 6 5 6 25 0.8
EU 0 1 98 101 543 8 751 23.4

Distribution by Country
-----------------------

160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total

3V 1 1
4O 1 1
5B 1 3 4
5N 1 1
5X 1 1
5Z 1 1
8P 1 1 2
9A 4 2 7 13
9H 1 1
9M6 1 1
9Y 1 1
BY 2 2
CE 2 1 4 5 12
CM 3 5 2 5 15
CN 1 2 3
CT 1 4 8 13
CT3 1 3 1 1 6
CU 1 1 2 4
CX 1 2 3
D4 1 1 2
DL 19 9 90 118
DU 2 2
E7 1 3 4
EA 14 10 29 3 56
EA6 1 1
EA8 1 2 1 1 5
EA9 1 1 2
EI 1 3 8 12
ER 1 1 2
ES 1 3 4
EU 5 5
F 4 1 28 33
FM 1 1
FO 1 1
G 6 5 25 36
GI 1 1
GM 2 6 8
GM/s 1 1
GW 2 2
HA 1 2 9 12
HB 4 2 6 12
HC 1 1
HI 1 2 3
HK 1 1 2
HS 1 1
HZ 2 2
I 9 14 55 1 79
IS 1 1
IT9 4 2 7 2 15
JA 1 28 13 25 67
JT 1 1
K 2 30 509 711 664 4 1920
KH2 1 1
KH6 2 7 1 2 1 13
KL 1 8 7 7 23
KP2 1 2 1 2 6
KP4 1 1 1 3
LA 1 1 4 6
LU 1 5 7 4 8 25
LX 1 1
LY 1 1 10 12
LZ 1 1 7 9
OE 1 1 6 8
OH 1 4 10 15
OK 4 3 18 25
OM 1 10 11
ON 2 1 15 18
OZ 8 8
P4 1 1 2
PA 2 2 15 19
PJ2 1 1 1 2 5
PJ4 1 1 1 1 4
PY 8 12 11 11 42
PZ 1 1
S5 7 4 12 23
SM 6 17 23
SP 2 1 24 27
SV 2 5 7
SV5 2 2
TF 1 1
TI 1 1 2
TK 1 1
UA 8 29 37
UA9 2 21 7 30
UN 3 2 5
UR 1 2 22 25
V4 1 1
V5 1 2 3
VE 4 40 73 74 1 192
VK 3 7 2 12
XE 4 1 1 6
YB 3 1 4
YL 5 5
YO 1 17 18
YS 1 1
YU 5 3 6 14
YV 1 3 1 2 7
Z3 2 2
ZL 1 2 3
 
ES9C(@ES5TV)   M/S HP   23,730,1262012-03-26 14:25:28
Conditions were worse than last year but score is suprisingly good. No station
failures or big strategic mistakes. Was fun to watch RT4F and RL3A on Russian
scoreboard. Will try to get there as well next time! RL3A built an early 500
QSO and 500k points lead and we could not catch up any more. Still don't know
what we did wrong the first night.

Hope to hear you in ES OPEN on April 21st!

73
Tonno
ES5TV

ES9C
By band - SSB
QSOs (with dupes) - By time

| Hr | 160 | 80 | 40 | 20 | 15 | 10 | Total|
-------------------------------------------------------
| 00 | | 5 | 168 | | | | 173 |
| 01 | | 5 | 95 | | | | 100 |
| 02 | | 5 | 120 | | | | 125 |
| 03 | | 109 | 20 | 26 | | | 155 |
| 04 | | | 103 | 10 | | | 113 |
| 05 | | | 9 | 144 | 5 | | 158 |
| 06 | | | | 98 | 5 | | 103 |
| 07 | | | | 2 | 53 | 68 | 123 |
| 08 | | | | | 160 | 4 | 164 |
| 09 | | | | | 158 | 5 | 163 |
| 10 | | | | | 64 | 54 | 118 |
| 11 | | | | 132 | | 18 | 150 |
| 12 | | | | 132 | | 5 | 137 |
| 13 | | | | 75 | 80 | 5 | 160 |
| 14 | | | | 94 | 53 | 5 | 152 |
| 15 | | | | 146 | 5 | | 151 |
| 16 | | | | 50 | 64 | | 114 |
| 17 | | | 4 | 122 | 1 | | 127 |
| 18 | | | | 107 | 5 | | 112 |
| 19 | | | 14 | 61 | 13 | | 88 |
| 20 | | | 153 | 2 | 3 | | 158 |
| 21 | | | 143 | 5 | | | 148 |
| 22 | | 75 | 49 | 4 | | | 128 |
| 23 | 6 | 139 | | | | | 145 |
| 00 | | 8 | 85 | 3 | | | 96 |
| 01 | 5 | 3 | 60 | | | | 68 |
| 02 | 6 | 6 | 51 | | | | 63 |
| 03 | 9 | | 86 | | | | 95 |
| 04 | | 2 | 83 | 3 | | | 88 |
| 05 | | | 19 | 1 | 56 | 2 | 78 |
| 06 | | | | 3 | 112 | 2 | 117 |
| 07 | | | 2 | 1 | 89 | 1 | 93 |
| 08 | | | | 1 | 121 | 3 | 125 |
| 09 | | | | 24 | 54 | 37 | 115 |
| 10 | | | | 39 | 70 | 4 | 113 |
| 11 | | | | | 60 | 55 | 115 |
| 12 | | | | 75 | 2 | 49 | 126 |
| 13 | | | | 145 | 5 | 1 | 151 |
| 14 | | | | 44 | 92 | 2 | 138 |
| 15 | | | | | 149 | 5 | 154 |
| 16 | | | 1 | 4 | 123 | | 128 |
| 17 | | | | 93 | 10 | | 103 |
| 18 | | | | 103 | 5 | | 108 |
| 19 | | 1 | 63 | 37 | 2 | | 103 |
| 20 | | | 107 | 3 | 3 | | 113 |
| 21 | 1 | | 104 | 3 | | | 108 |
| 22 | | 5 | | 147 | | | 152 |
| 23 | 44 | 4 | | 39 | | | 87 |
-------------------------------------------------------
| | 71 | 367 | 1539 | 1978 | 1622 | 325 | 5902 |

ES9C - Continents
By band - All modes
QSOs (with dupes)

| Band | EU | NA | SA | AF | AS | OC |
--------------------------------------------------------------
| 160 | 95.8% | 1.4% | | 2.8% | | |
| 80 | 89.6% | 1.9% | 1.4% | 1.9% | 5.2% | |
| 40 | 63.9% | 22.6% | 3.0% | 1.0% | 8.4% | 1.0% |
| 20 | 43.5% | 39.2% | 1.5% | 0.8% | 11.8% | 3.3% |
| 15 | 30.1% | 23.2% | 2.7% | 2.0% | 40.1% | 1.9% |
| 10 | 33.8% | 0.3% | 16.6% | 8.6% | 33.5% | 7.1% |
--------------------------------------------------------------

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OQ5M(ON5ZO)   SO(A)AB HP   4,319,7902012-03-26 14:26:32
No tactics, no plans, no targets. Just try to have fun.

Fun was on the low side: excessive power and weird SSB modulation techniques
used by people blasting away from between 50° and 150° from here.

Does anyone know if the K3 also has such an 'elbow room enabled' switch? Or is
it a menu activated parameter? I'd love to learn more about that!

I stick to my point of view: I work SSB contests but I enjoy CW contesting.

As always more on http://www.on5zo.be/

73!
 
P41P(DF7ZS)   SO(A)AB HP   24,000,0002012-03-26 14:36:53
Thanks to Sue P40YL and Carl P40V for the fantastic hospitality and that I could
use this wonderful station in Aruba for WPX phone.

Everything was setup perfectly and we did not have the lightest glitch pre-
post- and during the contest!

It was a very close and fun race with Andy P49Y (AE6Y) changing the lead
several times within 20 or even less QSO's.

This was by far the most fun i ever had on the radio!

Thanks to all the callers - and sorry for the ones i could not peel out of the
QRM.

Last year under incredible conditions I lost about 1000 QSO's compared to my
previos scores in Madeira (CT9L/CR3L/CQ3L) - but I was able to find them this
weekend! They were all sitting and waiting in Aruba all the time - i just did
not know it!

Thanks to everyone and hope to hear you next year from ....... ?????

73 de P41P aka DF7ZS

Helmut
 
S5ØA   SOAB LP   4,880,4212012-03-26 14:37:50
With better band conditions possibilities for low power stations are worse since
bands are more crowded with HP stations. After S/P few times over the bands you
can just shout CQ with no answers into already fully packed bands. Only so
called good rates were on 15m Sunday after 17 Z (but still no hour with 100
qsos).
"The world is beautiful when you have big signal!" :-)

73, Tine Brajnik, S50A
 
PX5E(PP5JR)   SOSB10 HP   18,754,2782012-03-26 14:38:57
NO METERS IS LIKE TEN METERS.
Wonderful conditions.
pp5jr sergio
 
DR1A   M/M HP   53,798,3902012-03-26 14:39:24
Score is 12 million points lower than last year, which tells most of the
story... Basically we have each 400 QSOs less on 80m, 40m, and 20m. We were a
little short of operators this time, because some went to operate the contest
from V55V, and others were still on the way back from the A35YZ DXpedition.

TNX for the contacts, and see you all in CQ WPX CW.

P.S.: Our Multi/Multi WORLD RECORD (set in 2011) will be taken over by another
group this year. Congrats! It was hard and surprising that we were able to set
such a major record from Europe at all... ;-)

73 Ben
DL6FBL
 
DH8BQA   SO(A)SB10 HP   815,5442012-03-26 14:41:36
RIG: Elecraft K3, PA + 6 ele OWA Yagi @ 60 ft.

Conditions quite bad the days and weeks before the contest. There were some
good TEP openings during the last days so quite nice signals from southern
directions. That pointed me to a SOSB10 entry as I was hoping for more (and my
best antenna is for 10 m, too).

Saturday started slow. As usual the first half an hour we can already hear
strong Asian stations but cannot get there attention, even with high power.
Worked KH2 and a few JAs later on (although not comparable with last year's
WWDX SSB ;-)) and tons of BYs so there was hope for a good US opening in the
afternoon and nice runs. But that did not happen. Just worked 3 x USA on
Saturday between 16:30 and 17:00 UTC and another 5 between 18:15 and 19:20 UTC
(interestingly late), all on scatter / skewed path beaming South America (no
direct signals heard). Despite no real NA opening I closed Saturday evening
quite satisfied with already 520 QSOs in the log as the southern path' were
excellent (some tremendous signals from AF & SA at times).

Sunday sorrily did not see any JA opening here. So I was prepared for worse
conditions than on Saturday. Things were going veeery slow but I managed to
keep my butt in the chair. ;-) Frustration with a number of BYs that did not
even "qrz" after I called them although they were 59+ overhere! Oh well ... On
the other hand I was pleased to work 3 x VK foundation licensees that are only
allowed to run 10 watts! Nice to give some of them their first ever QSO with
Europe. :-)

Backscatter from the Europeans much much weaker on Sunday than on Saturday, had
to use the K3's preamp most of the time and dig deep into the noise to get those
serial numbers right. Maybe it's time to give own continent QSOs on 10 m more
points as it is much more difficult with weak backscatter than on the low bands
with their double points rule. ;-))

At 13:50 UTC K1WHS called in. Took a minute time (Thanks!) to try some antenna
directions, me beaming direct and skewed to SA as well as him beaming EU and
SA. Best combination was him to EU and me to SA so I suppose F2 sidescatter was
happening on my first F2 hop dir 250 degrees (somewhere above northern Spain
maybe). Very very interesting propagation studies ... this is what I especially
like about 10 meters! ;-)

Worked 5 more US stations on scatter between 14:45 and 15:45 UTC. Very
interesting: WN1GIV, WF3C and AD4Z were all the same signal strength skewed as
well as direct path! So it seems we had a small direct path opening, too,
although no more stations worked/heard beaming NA. But I stumbled across XE3N
(direct path!) when S&P'ing who was a real good 57 signal. He sounded as
astonished as I was after I worked him on the first call. Spotted him on the
cluster but he did not get anymore callers. Maybe nobody else could hear him?
Usually XE is only workable from here on 10 m when there is at least a good US
midwest opening, too. With such strong signals from XE there usually must be a
US west coast opening, too. Neither was the case here so I suppose we
experienced some special kind of ionospheric ducting with localized entries and
exits between the two of us. That theory would also be supported by hearing no
other XEs and (at least as long as I listened to him) no other Europeans
working him. Did I already mention that I like 10 m propagation studies? ;-) If
you do, too, then give 6 m a try, it's even more interesting there ... ;-)

Besides this I only managed 240 QSOs in total on Sunday so it was rather boring
at times. Nevertheless I broke the old German SO(A) SB10 HIGH record although
that was not too difficult. ;-)

Thanks all for the QSOs, much appreciated! See you in the next one (again) ...

Vy 73, Olli - DH8BQA
http://www.dh8bqa.de/
 
AB3IC   SO(A)AB LP   151,5242012-03-26 14:43:27
While on a break, my ZYL came up with a briliant observation. "You know," she
told me, "if you spent more time operating your score would be higher." She
had stumbled on the BIC secret. I operated this contest for 16 hours. So I
plugged some numbers into a spreadsheet and figured (all else being equal), had
I increased my operating time (and upped the number of Q's, Points, and
Prefixes) my results would been as follows: 20 hours gives me a final score
around 237K, 24 hours gives me a final score around 341K, 28 hours gives me a
final score around 464K, and 32 hours gives me a final score over 600K.

Guess she really wants me to use that nice new chair she bought as a Christmas
present for my shack.

Anyways - here's the shack...

Rig: Kenwood TS-2000 (Icom IC-7200 as a back-up)
Antennas: GAP Challenger DX (40-10 Meters), 80 Meter Dipole
Logger: WriteLog V 11.02b

I don't know if anyone else noticed, but it seemed like every time I gave a "3"
in my report (or my call) - it was heard as a "2"... I'm used to people getting
the "Charlie" in my call as something else (usually "Tango"), but this was
something new to me.
 
N9LB   SOAB QRP   243,5132012-03-26 14:47:47
Rig = FLEX-1500, 10-15-20m antenna = TH11DX, 40M = dipole, 80M = 60' vertical.

I’ve never run QRP before and figured I’d try out the new 5W FLEX-1500 SDR
rig.

I got started right at the beginning of the contest. Caught a sunset 10 meter
band opening, first three stations I worked were ZL1BYZ, VK4CT and ZL2WL. Wow
that’s pretty impressive for 5 watts ( and a big antenna ). I spent the next
five hours working South and Central America, Hawaii, and Western Canada on 10,
15 and 20 meters - usually with repeated calls and a lot of repeats of my QSO
number - very frustrating at times. Probably 4 out of 5 stations called never
responded to me. However the 1 out of 5 successes were awesome and caused me
to stay in the test to see what was possible, and it was fun to see the N1MM
logger displaying the results and calculating a score after each success.

Saturday morning I got back on the radio, found good trans-equatorial
conditions again, worked numerous African and South American stations on 10m
but had to QSY to 15m and 20m for Europe.

Ran all day Saturday, except for a two hour afternoon shopping trip with the
XYL.

Then back on the radio until Midnight Saturday. Caught another sunset opening
to the South Pacific, including VK’s and ZLs, and South Cook Is. Also tried
40m and 80m, worked many US & Canadian stations east of the Mississippi but no
DX contacts on the low bands.

Then ran all day Sunday until the end of the contest on 10-80m. Time spent was
probably close to 30 hours
 
VK8AA(VK2CZ)   SOAB HP   37,9992012-03-26 14:51:30
Hello all,
A quick note to let everyone know the Manly Warringah Radio Society station as
activated for the CQ WPX SSB event last weekend. With the kind permission from
the club committee, I was able to be active from around midday Saturday thru to
about 5:30pm on Saturday [local time]... using the 20m, 15m and 10m** bands.

** I was made aware if the TVI issues with the use of 10m at the club ;-{

With the contest kicking off at 11:00am local... setting up about half an hour
prior seemed like a good idea and coordinating with Dominic worked out well.
About to make a test call, I realised I had forgotten to bring my (icom)
microphone.. after a quick chat with Patrick VK2PN and Dominic, a not so quick
drive home and back to retrieve said microphone.... arriving back at the
clubrooms, the people with the TVI issues were out front of their house,
figuring it was a cloudless sunny day.. a bit of small talk was in order...
after 10minutes chat it was clear they were to be outdoors all day and their TV
was definitely going to be off... ** looked like operating on 10m could happen -
at least while the sun was shining.. ;-}

Had a lot of fun with just swooping and pouncing on stations the whole
afternoon - cognisant if any TVI was possibly occurring to others, then it
wasn't going to be constant barrage. Managing around 50 qsos on 10m, 50 qsos on
15m and about 50 qsos on 20m, it wasn't to be record breaker effort, but did put
a VK8 prefix on the map to some of the rarer entities. I did use the VK8AA
callsign, and while technically out of area, its use inside mainland Australia
is permitted under the contest rules for this event.

A couple of visitors with Patrick and Rob dropping by made for a pleasant break
from my annoying microphone..

A big thanks to the club for allowing me access.
Regards,
David Burger
VK2CZ / VK8AA
 
E77TA   SOAB QRP   507,6452012-03-26 15:03:59
FT-817 + wires :-))



73, Edin E77TA
 
K3IE   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   144,3042012-03-26 15:09:00
Part time effort - thanks for the Q's.

Hunter, K3IE
 
WL7E   SO(A)AB HP   5,822,9432012-03-26 15:40:09
Disappointed in conditions. 10m never really opened after the start on Friday.
 
AB4SF   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   264,7672012-03-26 16:05:29
Did not spend a lot of time on the radio....springtime chores and springtime
thunderstorms....but 15 and 10 sure were a lot of fun on Sunday afternoon!
 
G8DYT   SO(A)SB10 HP   158,5532012-03-26 16:06:04
A newcomer to 10m this was my first contest on this band having had some success
with SOHP 80M in the past..... R.I.P. my full-size 80m 4-square!!

Disappointed that there was no propagation to NA from this QTH for the entire
duration although pleased to have worked 69 DXCC.

FT-1000MP, 400W and a 4-ele LFA yagi at only 5m above ground! The antenna will
be higher for next year's contest!! I am sure that I have a lot to learn about
this band but still enjoyed it .....especially after the recent RUDX contest
when I worked every station that I heard - all 8 of them!!! That's one of the
nice (though sometimes frustrating) things about this hobby ....there's always
a learning curve :-)

Thanks to all for the Q's and the points. Good luck and I'll see you on 10m in
the next one.

Good luck and good DX to all

73 de John, G4ATA (aka G8DYT)
 
WF3C(@N4GI)   M/S HP   3,091,0262012-03-26 16:09:19
Tnx for the Q's.

Hope to see everyone in the special 15th Anniversary edition of the FQP - April
28-29!!!

http://www.floridaqsoparty.org/files/1x1announcement.pdf

73,
Blake N4GI (N4Q)
 
KK7AC   SOAB LP   424,6722012-03-26 16:14:03
Operated 50% S&P mode only about 22 hours on air total. Took this one slow and
easy -but still had fun making my goal of 600 Q's and shutting it down - and
thats what I did.
 
K6GHA   SOSB15 LP   254,3102012-03-26 16:17:50
First time I have run this contest and also first time as a single band effort
(15m). 95% of time S&P, but ran my call for a little while, and I suspect since
I was LP and since it wasn’t exotic, it was less than profitable Q’s for
the rate. It was interesting the openings and closing of the 15m band at
different times of the day. Bumped into a few of you, and thanks for the Q’s.
I am sure I was off to the side of the antennas in the bay area and almost
unreadable.
An interesting contest with some folks lining up for the China stations towards
the end. I know I missed a few great contacts in Europe for 4 hrs Saturday
morning as I was dealing with some unexpected self-inflicted power reduction,
but I snuck in a last minute Philippian station even running LP, so I was
quite pleased. I can look forward to next year to improve my Q’s.
Oh, and thanks for the charts again, it explained a little of what I was (and
wasn’t) hearing.
 
NX6T(K6AM)   SOAB(TS) LP   2,041,7882012-03-26 16:19:50
Conditions all over the road here.

At times 20 was very weak and no one could hear me.

At other times 20 was wall to wall loud Europeans and no one could hear me.

On Sat night, the EU's on 40 were louder than I've ever heard. Just amazing.

Mostly S/P. Managed to get almost every EU I could hear after a struggle.
Only one good run to JA on 15. Never got anything going to he US as in past
years.

This contest really highlights the difference between a little TS ststion with
low power and a big gun station. My pals at NY6N(@W6YI) just up the road made
3 times the Q's and twice the mults by holding down a run freq the whole time -
Outstanding job, guys! I figure that comes out to about 500k points per dB of
signal improvement.

But still, this was my personal best in this event and I never got (too)
bored.

73,

John, K6AM
 
IZ5MOQ   SO(A)SB160(TS) HP   265,1562012-03-26 16:30:04
Funny 'n relaxed. Propagation okay, good to meet friends and to test the
inverted deltaloop. See you to the next.
 
P49Y(AE6Y)   SOAB HP   23,149,5052012-03-26 16:33:50
A very enjoyable contest. Condx here were pretty good, except that 80 for some
reason seemed to be a noisy mess, and I could never get anything going there
(in contrast to a WPX phone a few years ago when I had 500 plus Qs on that
band). Congratulations to the other serious contesters on from Aruba: P41P and
P40W for great efforts.

There were three high points of the contest for me:
1) 10m Saturday afternoon, during which we had our usual Mideastern opening.
It's hard to be blase about being called by 2 JYs and an OD5!

2) 20m Saturday night (circa 0000-0400Z) which was open all over the place at
various times and produced a steady stream of interesting callers.

3) 15m Sunday morning (1400-1800Z), when I had a delightful 4-hour run of EUs
on 21185, with a clear, quiet frequency, many new prefixes, and a very
well-behaved pileup (e.g., if I said something like: "the station ending
November", which usually produces bedlam in an EU pileup, this time it really
worked and only one or two stations would come back). Then I switched to 10,
and it was like going to the zoo -- with many casual, not-in-the-contest "Just
stopped by to say hello, what do you need from me?" operators. The contrast
was amazing. But you gotta love them also, since they put points on the
board.

WPX Phone is a real test of phonetics. I hereby suggest greater use of the
geographic phonetic alphabet. For example "Mexico Germany" is much more
intelligible than "Mike Golf." Similarly the numbers in Germanic languages
like English are not differentiated enough for intelligibility in the presence
of interference. Thus, "five" sounds like "nine" and the others are too
monosyllabic also. It is obvious that, for example, Spanish and Italian work
much better. My modest suggestion is that we should all use: zero, uno, due,
tres, quattro, cinco, six, siete, otto or ocho, nova or nueve. Fantasy: doing
so would lessen necessary repeats and up the scores considerably.

Back to reality, I can't say enough for the efforts of neighbor W2GD, who spent
several hours on our 65-foot Rohn 45 tower tower Friday morning. With bumbling
assistance from myself as ground crew, John not only diagnosed and fixed a bad
jumper on the 20m monobander, but also diagnosed and swapped out a broken
rotor! In return I helped him on Monday to take down his temporary wire
antennas in his nasty cunucu (the cactusy land in Aruba), but that wasn't
skilled labor at all. Thanks, John, for help in the true amateur spirit.

As always, Aruba is a great place for socializing, this time with dinners and
camaraderie with Carl and Sue (P40V, P40YL), JP and Chris (P43A, P43C), John
(W2GD, P40W), Lisandro (P43L) and Lissette, Martin and Truus (P49MR, P49MRS),
Stefan (DF7ZS, P41P in the contest), and a surprise post-contest dinner visitor
on business, Mike (K9NW).

73 and thanks to all participants,
Andy, AE6Y, P49Y
[Rate sheet and full report will be on www.arubaqth.com]

Rig: 2xK3/P3, "manual" Alpha 87A and 86
Software: CQPWIN ver. 12.5
Ant: 2 el 10, 5 el 15, 4 el 20, 2 el 40, 1 el 80, C31, beverages
 
WR3Z(@N3OC)   M/S HP   11,617,3262012-03-26 16:35:55
Thanks again to Brian N3OC for the use of his station for WPX. Running Multi
One category with only one radio doing both run and S&P was a mixed bag of
feelings. On the one hand, it gave the non-operating people plenty of time to
rest. But on the other hand, when multiple bands were equally open it made the
WR3Z ops remember the days of running Multi Two....

15M was out money band this time, and despite anticipating thunderstorms during
the first night we were fortunately spared possible poor conditions on 80M and
40M due to static. Sunday afternoon run of JAs was a real treat, as well as
having two VUs call us on 15, and E21EIC on 15 and 20.

See you in WPX CW!

Barry WR3Z
 
WP2Z   M/S HP   23,739,6312012-03-26 16:39:44
Fun contest. Highlights included an unexpected JA run on 15m just before the
end of the contest. Worked lots of first time contest participants!
 
K1ZW   SO(A)AB LP   15,9752012-03-26 16:44:10
K3 Gap Titan I need to get my tower and SteppIR up
 
AK7AZ   M/M HP   3,907,2002012-03-26 17:03:26
2012 proved to be a challenging year for the team.

Limited Operator time/availability, equipment failures and associated delays,
the lower bands so crowded that running or S&P was futile... intermittant line
noise on the upperbands rendering them useless.
You know the usual stuff...LOL!!

Thanks goes out to the team for working through all this mayhem!! Especially to
Foster N3KCJ for his 1000+ contribution to the QSO total.It is a privilege to be
on a team of problem solvers as compared to problematic whiners.

It was fun to have worked our Hawaiian based Outlaw on five bands and good fun
to work K6LL and N7MAL and chat with them a bit. We also managed to work quite
a few other outlaws as well!! Thanks for the QSO's!!

WPX series of contests is a wonderful series. The "everyone works everyone"
aspect keeps rates up, excitement high. To bad there are only three WPX
contests during the year. ;-)
 
W5GCX   SOAB HP   1,082,6702012-03-26 17:16:12
Nice Conditions wire a 100 foot Vee Beam Antenna to the NE !
 
VC2W(VA2WDQ)   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   705,6722012-03-26 17:16:54
73!

de Victor

VA2WDQ / VA2WA / VC2W
 
KL7RA   M/M HP   20,534,3202012-03-26 18:20:45
We were crewed up for Multi-Multi but really only one or two bands were open for
rate at any one time most of the weekend. These same conditions would have
produced an excellent Multi-Single CQWW score as we had a super opening on five
bands to Europe during the night which gave us a glimmer of hope for a good WPX
score but by daylight ten meters faded with no prop east (USA) and we were back
to a two band 20/15 sputter all day. Most of the crew then went to bed which is
the reverse of our normal routine.

New crew member Carl, WL7BDO flew down from Fairbanks to experience
south-central Alaskan propagation. Yeah, we actually do work people on 80.
Dave, KA1NCN and Kris, AL2F mostly did 15. Wigi, AL7IF never left 10, Jeff
pounded out 40 all dark hours and Carl was all over learning each position and
the 781 radios. I waited to fix stuff but nothing broke so I didn't do anything
to help except open beer at the post contest meal debrief that Wigi spent all
afternoon cooking. His Italian mom and dad would be proud.

Next up is WPX CW MultiMulti with the North Pole Contest Group and Ben, DL6RAI
BCC contest crew. 73 Rich KL7RA
 
NV1N(N1UR)   SOAB LP   5,959,4722012-03-26 18:49:00
A really interesting contest and a great outcome.

It looked like 15M was going to be the MONEY band. And it was. Again, 10M
was a disappointment but it was a great "bucket" to grab mults on the 2nd
radio, virtually all weekend. 15M was really solid and had the "stay late"
feel to it on both days. 20M was the early band and the late band at the
same time. 40M was typical SSB zoo. It delivered with Qs but its a struggle
to find a slot and then to "hear" anyone calling you except the loudest of
stations. The 6 point vs 3 point trade is barely worth it on 40M SSB to be
honest. I actually had good success with 80M, having a nice run Friday
night at EU sunrise.

I really felt "in the zone" in this. Had a great opening evening and was
actually up almost 200Qs by the start of the 20M opening to EU on Saturday
morning. And A LOT of it was EU 6 pointers!

There were a few times I had to shake off a bad trend of not finding a good
run or the mix of USA and DX I was looking for...but keep moving and keep
looking for the right feel paid off. And knowing what that feel should
look like, also helps a lot.

In the end, I started realizing that the USA LP record was breakable this
year. And so it was, as I passed the net number around 1830Z and passed
the number I felt would break the record (5.4 Million) around 2100Z. I
spent the last few hours trying to hit 6 Million gross and almost got there.

It is fascinating how few JAs made it to the Northeast area in this
contest and the same thing happened last year. Worked a total of 5 JAs
all weekend and none of them were very loud. I attempted numerous times
to run JA with the beam pointed north. Picked up a few nice KL7 and
VE mults in the process. BY and DU were loud but JA was not, for
whatever reason.

Great fun. I always love this contest.

See you in the CW test in May.

73

Ed N1UR alias NV1N
 
KF7DYX   SOAB LP   73,3862012-03-26 19:05:04
Rookie 7/27/2009

25 year old radio to a inverted G5RV Jr. at 23ft. Had fun, getting better each
time I operate.
 
K8BL   SO(A)AB(TS) LP   651,5862012-03-26 19:10:15
Didn't have the time (or inclination) to operate for a lot of time in the
Contest. So, what I decided to do was just work mults and only mults. It
turned out to be a lot of fun! Towards the end of when I was operating, it
was quite interesting to see how each Q would add a couple thousand points
to my score. It was like compound interest on a bank account! hihi

On Saturday night, I had 450 Q's. But on Sunday morning I had a little time
so I decided to go for an even 500 Q's. The last 50 Q's resulted in almost
120,000 points! After discovering a few overlooked dupes, I ended up with
494 Q's and unique prefixes.

The real money Band for me turned out to be 15M. It was nice having 10M open
pretty much, but I mostly found it was N/S propagation. 20M seemed to have
an elevated noise level and didn't have the crisp signals like 15M. Had some
real nice Q's to the Far East and over the Pole on 15 a little after dark. I
didn't go after much Stateside stuff on the low Bands since there didn't seem
to be a lot being spotted and I didn't feel like doing a lot of searching for
them. There were tons of foreign Calls being spotted and running the Band Map
was easy and fun. Some of these Calls were so weird I had no idea what I was
working and where to point the beam!!

After all these years, something finally struck me. Why the heck are foot
switches BLACK??? And, why does Murphy keep moving the darn thing between
Q's??? Somebody needs to make one that has a light on it or is bright orange
or straps to your foot!!!
 
WA7PRC   SOAB HP   137,4312012-03-26 19:18:34
Wotta blast! Mild weather required I get some yardwork done so, I only "plinked"
at it on & off and did search-and-pounce. Europe, Asia, and West Africa were
worked many times, even on 80m. I'm looking forward to getting my tower yagi
up... and having even more fun!
 
WA5RML   SOAB QRP   9,0002012-03-26 19:24:34
FT-817@5 wts to a Cushcraft MA5V vertical (small, no radial vertical,..did I
forget small?)

What a "beat-down"! My peak hour was 20 QSOs! Still enjoyed the event,
though.

My 80/40 antenna went bad - so only relied on the higher bands (20, 15, 10).
15M was the "money" band if you can say such a thing with 91 QSOs total!

Sometimes, contesters get dumped on...but I have to tell you - It's a great
bunch of people. I can't tell you how many times someone had to really work to
dig my signal out of the mud. Many of these operators are well-known top shelf
contesters - and they always thanked me for "my" patience!

Hats off to W4ATL who worked the hardest. It's like he said, "Damn the rate!
I'm gonna work this guy!" Our QSO took at least 3 minutes. Thanks.

Thanks to everyone who worked me. If you made a QSO with me, then it also
meant that you usually had a killer signal to my QTH.

73,
Andy - WA5RML
 
9M2CQC   SOAB HP   1,246,3002012-03-26 20:26:31
Transceiver: ICOM IC-756 PRO III + Amplifier
Antenna: Optibeam OB8-4M @ 50ft

Overall, good conditions during the contest and pleased to work many EU, NA and
some AF stations despite having the rotator stuck at 0 degrees. Like last year,
it was again hard to find a running spot on 20m and at times even on 15m. Even
on 10m, I had to go below 28.370 MHz to have a decent EU run. CONDX was just
too great :)

Thank you for all the QSOs, new DXCCs and multipliers. I wished I could
operate longer, but something important got into my way and I had to sacrifice
about 10 hours of contesting time. See you again in the IARU HF Championship,
and in the mean time, wishing good DX to everyone :)

73,
Sion Chow Q. C.,
9M2CQC (also: WQ2C, 9V1QC, JG1XHM)
 
KG1E   SO(A)SB20(TS) LP   1,074,5882012-03-26 20:50:17
Continuation of our (TS)SOSB entries in the CQWPX SSB Test in the past several
years.
Past two were 80M and 15M so decided to try 20M this time with our Force 12
C3.
Our decision was debatable all weekend as the Solar Flux favored 15M as the
best band, with the MUF around 22 Mhz between the US and EU for most of the
time.
This of course led to high absorption on 20M during midday with signals down
significantly, with LP stations such as ours finding it almost impossible to
get through to the Europeans who were mostly working each other anyway.This led
to some really low hourly rates.Best rate was 55 the first hour and went down
from there.The vast majority of our points were from S&P with some mediocre
runs Saturday night and the last two hours of the test.
The most interesting calls were from S79NEN while beaming to the West Coast off
the back of the beam and B1Z calling in at 2211Z Sunday night along with JT5DX.
We only had trouble with the exchange on a handful of callers due to some DX
stations with very distorted audio and splatter.

For what it's worth, 351 stations worked were from EU and 350 from the US.

In any case, had a great time in one of my favorite contests,since it combines
the best elements of DX contests and the ability to work US stations for
credit.

Thanks to all who called. Hourly breakdown below.

Station: TS 930S w/Piexx Force 12 C3

AL KG1E

QSO/Pref by hour and band

Hour 160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm
OffTime

D1-0000Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 55/53 --+-- --+-- 55/53 55/53
D1-0100Z - - - 44/40 - - 44/40 99/93
D1-0200Z - - - 26/25 - - 26/25 125/118
D1-0300Z - - - 11/7 - - 11/7 136/125
20
D1-0400Z - - - - - - 0/0 136/125
60
D1-0500Z - - - - - - 0/0 136/125
60
D1-0600Z - - - - - - 0/0 136/125
60
D1-0700Z - - - - - - 0/0 136/125
60
D1-0800Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 0/0 136/125
60
D1-0900Z - - - - - - 0/0 136/125
60
D1-1000Z - - - 36/36 - - 36/36 172/161
18
D1-1100Z - - - 39/36 - - 39/36 211/197
D1-1200Z - - - 30/28 - - 30/28 241/225
D1-1300Z - - - 21/18 - - 21/18 262/243
D1-1400Z - - - 4/4 - - 4/4 266/247
39
D1-1500Z - - - 7/4 - - 7/4 273/251
39
D1-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 12/10 --+-- --+-- 12/10 285/261
D1-1700Z - - - 17/15 - - 17/15 302/276
D1-1800Z - - - 13/9 - - 13/9 315/285
D1-1900Z - - - 23/20 - - 23/20 338/305
D1-2000Z - - - 24/20 - - 24/20 362/325
D1-2100Z - - - 22/17 - - 22/17 384/342
D1-2200Z - - - 39/27 - - 39/27 423/369
D1-2300Z - - - 17/12 - - 17/12 440/381
D2-0000Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 40/26 --+-- --+-- 40/26 480/407
D2-0100Z - - - 35/21 - - 35/21 515/428
D2-0200Z - - - 30/11 - - 30/11 545/439
D2-0300Z - - - 49/21 - - 49/21 594/460
D2-0400Z - - - 5/3 - - 5/3 599/463
30
D2-0500Z - - - - - - 0/0 599/463
60
D2-0600Z - - - - - - 0/0 599/463
60
D2-0700Z - - - - - - 0/0 599/463
60
D2-0800Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 0/0 599/463
60
D2-0900Z - - - - - - 0/0 599/463
60
D2-1000Z - - - 1/1 - - 1/1 600/464
54
D2-1100Z - - - 24/22 - - 24/22 624/486
D2-1200Z - - - 9/6 - - 9/6 633/492
D2-1300Z - - - 7/5 - - 7/5 640/497
D2-1400Z - - - 4/2 - - 4/2 644/499
D2-1500Z - - - 9/5 - - 9/5 653/504
D2-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 10/9 --+-- --+-- 10/9 663/513
D2-1700Z - - - 5/4 - - 5/4 668/517
D2-1800Z - - - 8/5 - - 8/5 676/522
D2-1900Z - - - 6/5 - - 6/5 682/527
D2-2000Z - - - 10/5 - - 10/5 692/532
D2-2100Z - - - 15/7 - - 15/7 707/539
D2-2200Z - - - 53/37 - - 53/37 760/576
D2-2300Z - - - 50/25 - - 50/23 810/599

Total: 0/0 0/0 0/0 810/601 0/0 0/0
 
CX2DK   SOSB15 HP   3,684,2402012-03-26 20:57:08
Wowww... excellent contest!!!
Very happy with my score!!
Thanks to all for QSOs

73
Marcelo CX2DK
 
NN4F   SOAB HP   143,9982012-03-26 20:59:00
Planned to operate for the full 36, but Murphy and his several brothers had
other plans....

Friday afternoon, got the radio and software working, 1 hour before, the storms
started to roll into SC, just happened that the line of storms coming in from
GA, all came over head here... I stayed under the storm line for 5 hours, some
real bad lightening, didn't really want to put the lightening protection to the
test.. managed to get on about 2 am local, made a short runs on 40...and then
Murphy's brother number two hit, another storm, this time the power went out, a
little frustrated I went to bed...

6am sat, got up, connected all the antennas back up, just started on 40 again,
and then the satellite alert from work went off, (TV Station) my 4.5meter
steerable dish decided to lock up, so had to go into work... 8 hours later
we're back home, It was disheartening when I heard stations passing out serials
of over 1000, and i was only on, 124...then Murphy #3 Storms.... and More
Storms, in total I had 8 storms pass over here...the last sat over head for 6
hours again... I guess this just wasn't my year to enter a good score...

Some great scores by other SECC members, KT4ZB and N4XL, and an amazing score
by the boys down in PJ4 land...

So 29.5 hours short of the planned time, at least I got to spend some quality
time with my wife watching the rain and lightening...

Paul - NN4F - SC

Equip: FT1000MP MkV + Alpha 78
Mosley TA63 + Wires...
 
KE6PPE   SOAB LP   4682012-03-26 21:09:51
Started to use my Flex 3000 radio with N1MM V11.10.3 with a 6BTV vertical. But
the radio would not comunicate with the logging program. So I switch to the my
Icom IC-756PRO111. Istaied on 10 meters mainly do to QRN. I spend the time S &
P. It was fun. Hope to inprove my score next time.
 
KE7AUB   SOAB LP   5,1412012-03-26 21:36:19
Did a little warm up operating in preparation for my contribution to a Multi
effort I participated in. 15 and 20 seemed fine Friday night, but 20 on Sat
morning was awful - turned off my rig and went off to the multi effort.

Thanks for the few Q's and hope to work you all again soon.
 
S57DX   SOSB40 LP   2,344,0112012-03-26 22:12:52
No good rates in this one but thats normal for LP on crowded band. Endless S&P
and also some CQ-ing produce good score. Score is better than actual EU LP
record (my own record from 2010) and I hope that will be enough after log
checking procedure.
73 de Slavko S57DX
 
PR3A(PY3OZ)   SO(A)SB10(TS) LP   4,934,4882012-03-26 22:24:00
My personal record
I used a 3-element directional monoband with a rotor Walmar to 13 meters above
ground. A Yaesu FT-857 and an amplifier 100w Zamin ABL-600. Besides a great
desire to win something!
 
9M8Z(9M6DXX)   SOAB HP   8,507,6662012-03-26 22:36:37
Icom IC-756ProIII, JRC JRL-2000F solid-state amp, Cushcraft X7 tribander at
110ft, Cushcraft 2-ele 40m beam at 120ft, 80m rotatable dipole at 130ft,
Cushcraft A4S tribander (fixed on VK/ZL / long path EU) at 60ft, Create 15m
7-ele 'Long John' on 40ft boom (fixed on EU short path) at 50ft.

Conditions better than expected given the relatively low SSN and flux, and the
recent solar storms, but there was so much activity from Europe that it was
often impossible to find a good run frequency when any band open to EU.

The normally-reliable 20m opening to North America east coast and mid-west
around my sunrise (North America evening time) just did not happen on any of
the three mornings of the contest (0000-0100 Sat, 2300-0100 Sat-Sun, 2300-2400
Sun), yet 20m was good to Europe during my evening (early afternoon UTC) - very
strange conditions. 10m was sort of OK, but still not as good as during the last
solar cycle.

Interesting to compare a 15m high-gain monobander at relatively low height
(50ft) with a tribander at 110ft - the high antenna won out every time.

Thanks to all who called.

73,
Steve, 9M8Z (9M6DXX)
 
LZ9W   M/M HP   37,566,2432012-03-26 22:58:41
1000 QSO more than last year and 13 more multipliers which resulted in 4 million
more claimed points.

Condx were not the best, but we had fun.

See you all in CW part in May.

73, Wally LZ2CJ
on behalf of LZ9W contest team
www.lz9w.com
 
S53F(@S52AW)   SO(A)SB20 HP   5,478,7592012-03-26 23:00:49
73 de Vinko s53f
 
K5ER(@W5WZ)   SOAB HP   1,963,6502012-03-26 23:21:32
Due to some scheduling issues, most of my antenna are still on the ground.
Talked to my "cross town rival" and best friend, W5WZ, who had other
obligations and offered the use of his station. Having seen the effort he put
into building it (w5wz.com), I quickly accepted the offer.

I had a couple of goals for the contest. My previous high Q count was
1290, and my high score was just over 1.4 million. Scott, who is a rate junkie,
but is often time constrained by Church and family activities, pulled up his
stats from 2010, in which his score was 1.7 million. My goals were set.

At home, I use a DX-Doubler for SO2R, and typically monitor my own xmit
audio at a low level in one ear and the opposite radio's rx in its
corresponding ear. Scott had an MK2R, set to give the OTHER radio's RX audio in
BOTH ears when transmitting. It was VERY distracting the first night and several
times, I turned the 2nd receiver's volume completely down. After the 1st sleep
break, it got easier and after the 2nd sleep break, Sunday's operating started
to feel more natural.

Scott feeds his force 12 stack with separate feedlines, so they are truly
"multi-monobanders" on common booms. His low antenna is fixed at EU, and the
mid and top both rotate, however, the top rotor is currently broke, so the best
DX antenna was locked at 270 degrees. I could still move the center one and have
a stack of 2 to Eu and west, and that played well. I use all Icom equipment,
while he uses Yaesu MP's, so I had a learning curve, but the rigs, automation
and amps played very well.

In the end, I did beat my previous Q count by 149, almost 12% increase.
While Scott loves running, I enjoy a mix of running and S&P. I came up short of
his Q count by 110, however, by adding many more mults, I ended up with 1.96
million points - about 1/4 million above his previous score. I enjoy the
comeraderie(sp?) and in state competition that our Louisiana Contest Club
(N5LCC.COM) has brought, as we keep "one-upping" each other.

I thank Scott for the use of his nicely designed and equipped station, and
all my many friends and acquaintances for all the contacts. Hope to see some of
you in Dayton.

73,
Mark, K5ER
 
WI6I   M/S HP   1,913,0882012-03-26 23:26:27
Our 1st time using the K3. My special thanks to N6MUF and WA3IHV.
We hope to improve our score next year.
 
OK6RA   SO(A)SB20(TS) LP   384,8252012-03-26 23:47:31
Very compromise antenna - vertical dipol on the balcony (2nd floor of apartment
building) and QRM 59 from 17:00 UTC to 04:00. So it was not possible to
operate
trought night :-(.It seems like switching power supply in the neighborhood.
But
I was surprised at a few stations from the VK/ZL that comes on my CQ :-).

It was my first WPX contest after many years in the SO category and I found
that is also possible to make QSO with LP and single element antenna :-)

73! Vaclav

RIG:
FT840
100W
vertical dipol (also for 1 QSO on the 15m)
 
VE7CC(@VE7SV)   SOAB HP   9,617,4002012-03-27 00:17:53
Although the propagation was not what it could have been, it certainly was
better than the last several weekends.

10 was really poor.
15 was a big disappointment. Europe was not runable. Almost all Eu contacts
were S&P. The Asian opening on Saturday night did not happen.
20 was its usual self. Not enough room!
40 was good into Europe, but there was no where to run them.
80 was ok, but no one showed up.

Lee
 
LY5E(LY2IJ)   SOSB15 HP   5,580,4712012-03-27 00:46:38
K3 + PA + 5/5/5/5


160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total %
AS 0 0 0 0 586 0 586 25.8
EU 0 0 0 0 530 0 530 23.3
OC 0 0 0 0 34 0 34 1.5
AF 0 0 0 0 25 0 25 1.1
NA 0 0 0 0 1049 0 1049 46.2
SA 0 0 0 0 49 0 49 2.2
 
A73A(@A71CO/P)   M/2 HP   31,718,8802012-03-27 01:14:07
What a nice condx this time from here, 10m and 15m were fabulous bands, 20m
opened to NA after midnight, the condx on 40m and 80m are very poor.
This is our first M/2 entry, we were preparing for this activity two months
ago, actually our plane was to make 8000 QSOs in this contest but you always
think that things will change during the contest and this is what happens.
Second night we had a rain for almost 4 hours and the noise level on 40m and
80m raised up to S9 + 10 db and 20m was not in it is good condition during the
day.
Equipment:
3 * FT-2000
3 * Acom 1000
Antennas:
Inverted L for 160m
Four Square for 80m
2 ele cushcraft for 40m @ 18m
4 ele M2 for 20m @ 18m
4 ele M2 for 15m @ 15m
7 ele M2 for 10m @ 15m
a small conversation on the air with VY2/K5WA about A73A friend (K5GN) who went
back again to Taxes end of 2011
Thanks to:
* QARS (A71A) for support with radios, 160m and 80m antennas.
* A71CO for his hospitality and the group for their hard job.
I’m planning to be SO2R on CW portion from same location, so see you soon and
73
de A71BX
 
IZ2WFL   SOAB LP   24,8982012-03-27 01:17:30
Thank's to all ! For the first time I've used my new callsign IZ2WFL. Good Luck
to all and see you soon ! '73s Sal. IZ2WFL (Ex- IT9HUV)
 
LA2NTA   SOAB LP   92,6002012-03-27 01:34:45
Nice contest, good conditions
 
YT7Z(YT5M)   SO(A)SB15 HP   5,483,3222012-03-27 01:35:23
good condition on 15m
Thanks to all stations for calling.
CU in CW
73 Vasa
 
RL3A   M/S HP   24,387,8482012-03-27 01:44:07
Many thanks for interesting compition and online scoring to RT4F. I hope that
other EU BIG station will be on cqcontest.ru.

CU in CW part!

73's Yury RL3FT




BAND QSO DUP PFX POINTS AVG
-----------------------------------
160 21 0 2 45 2.14
80 372 3 88 883 2.37
40 1310 18 493 4472 3.41
20 2123 29 428 4529 2.13
15 2082 29 496 4502 2.16
10 342 4 85 888 2.60
-----------------------------------
TOTAL 6250 83 1592 15319 2.45
===================================
TOTAL SCORE : 24 387 848

Dupes are not included in QSO counts neither avg calculations

Operators : RA3CO UA3ASZ RL3FT RU3RQ RT3DX RN3DNM RV3MA
Soapbox : Thanks to Eugene OH5DA for technical support

160 Vertical dipoles, beverages
80 2 el Quad @110m fixed NW/SE, 2 el Quad @75m fixed NE/SW, 4 square
dipoles
40 5 el Yagi @52m, 4el Quad @65m fixed EU, 4el Quad RQ84
20 2x7 el Yagi @49m, 6el Quad RQ83AWL, 6el Quad RQ84, XL222
15 3x7 el Yagi @42m, 3x7 el Yagi @46m, 6el Quad RQ83AWL, 7el Quad RQ84,
XL222
10 3x8 el Yagi @44m, 3x8 el Yagi @46m, 7el Quad RQ83AWL, XL222

RL3A By band - All modes QSOs (with dupes) - By time

| Hr | 160 | 80 | 40 | 20 | 15 | 10 | Total | QSOs | Pts/H | QSO pts |
Points
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 00 | | 5 | 222 | | | | 227 | 227 | 796 | 796 |
160792
| 01 | | 8 | 116 | | | | 124 | 351 | 432 | 1228 |
357348
| 02 | | 79 | 38 | | 1 | | 118 | 469 | 291 | 1519 |
540764
| 03 | | 8 | 93 | | 5 | | 106 | 575 | 359 | 1878 |
779370
| 04 | | | | 5 | 151 | | 156 | 731 | 439 | 2317 |
1172402
| 05 | | | | 16 | 139 | | 155 | 886 | 390 | 2707 |
1478022
| 06 | | | | 16 | 26 | 97 | 139 | 1025 | 353 | 3060 |
1777860
| 07 | | | | 16 | 25 | 117 | 158 | 1183 | 374 | 3434 |
2142816
| 08 | | | | 12 | 193 | | 205 | 1388 | 335 | 3769 |
2589303
| 09 | | | | 88 | 78 | 16 | 182 | 1570 | 258 | 4027 |
2979980
| 10 | | | | 194 | | | 194 | 1764 | 274 | 4301 |
3393489
| 11 | | | | 183 | 6 | | 189 | 1953 | 373 | 4674 |
3879420
| 12 | | | | 115 | 53 | | 168 | 2121 | 326 | 5000 |
4370000
| 13 | | | | 12 | 178 | | 190 | 2311 | 400 | 5400 |
5000400
| 14 | | | 1 | 6 | 134 | | 141 | 2452 | 296 | 5696 |
5473856
| 15 | | | 5 | 32 | 99 | | 136 | 2588 | 305 | 6001 |
6001000
| 16 | | | 12 | 183 | | | 195 | 2783 | 409 | 6410 |
6704860
| 17 | | | 10 | 141 | | | 151 | 2934 | 284 | 6694 |
7182662
| 18 | | | 152 | 11 | 6 | | 169 | 3103 | 455 | 7149 |
7921092
| 19 | | 2 | 140 | | 6 | | 148 | 3251 | 359 | 7508 |
8506564
| 20 | | | 112 | 7 | 3 | | 122 | 3373 | 314 | 7822 |
8995300
| 21 | 1 | 30 | 84 | 2 | | | 117 | 3490 | 302 | 8124 |
9521328
| 22 | | 133 | 5 | | | | 138 | 3628 | 306 | 8430 |
10023270
| 23 | 16 | 21 | 62 | | | | 99 | 3727 | 258 | 8688 |
10503792
| 00 | 4 | 1 | 105 | 1 | | | 111 | 3838 | 470 | 9158 |
11246024
| 01 | | 13 | 54 | | | | 67 | 3905 | 279 | 9437 |
11749065
| 02 | | 22 | 27 | 4 | | | 53 | 3958 | 216 | 9653 |
12056597
| 03 | | 53 | 8 | 24 | | | 85 | 4043 | 251 | 9904 |
12498848
| 04 | | | | 153 | 2 | 4 | 159 | 4202 | 461 | 10365 |
13557420
| 05 | | | | 139 | 6 | | 145 | 4347 | 347 | 10712 |
14279096
| 06 | | | | 4 | 20 | 30 | 54 | 4401 | 126 | 10838 |
14522920
| 07 | | | | | 84 | 12 | 96 | 4497 | 238 | 11076 |
14930448
| 08 | | | | | 96 | 9 | 105 | 4602 | 198 | 11274 |
15355188
| 09 | | | | 2 | 112 | 8 | 122 | 4724 | 225 | 11499 |
15880119
| 10 | | | | | 111 | 10 | 121 | 4845 | 204 | 11703 |
16360794
| 11 | | | | | 80 | 20 | 100 | 4945 | 195 | 11898 |
16835670
| 12 | | | | | 117 | 11 | 128 | 5073 | 255 | 12153 |
17439555
| 13 | | | | 1 | 89 | 3 | 93 | 5166 | 173 | 12326 |
17872700
| 14 | | | | 139 | | 9 | 148 | 5314 | 292 | 12618 |
18649404
| 15 | | | | 40 | 104 | | 144 | 5458 | 322 | 12940 |
19526460
| 16 | | | | 7 | 113 | | 120 | 5578 | 321 | 13261 |
20249547
| 17 | | | | 13 | 74 | | 87 | 5665 | 233 | 13494 |
20807748
| 18 | | | | 163 | | | 163 | 5828 | 363 | 13857 |
21533778
| 19 | | | | 135 | | | 135 | 5963 | 328 | 14185 |
22213710
| 20 | | | | 135 | | | 135 | 6098 | 333 | 14518 |
22822296
| 21 | | | | 112 | | | 112 | 6210 | 302 | 14820 |
23445240
| 22 | | | 23 | 41 | | | 64 | 6274 | 201 | 15021 |
23853348
| 23 | | | 59 | | | | 59 | 6333 | 298 | 15319 |
24387848
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| | 21 | 375 |1328 |2152 |2111 | 346 | 6333 | 6333 | 15319 | 15319 |
24387848

Worked DXCC

DXCC | CT | 160 | 80 | 40 | 20 | 15 | 10 | TOTAL
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1A | EU | | | | | | |
1S | AS | | | | | | 1 | 1
3A | EU | | | | | 1 | | 1
3B6 | AF | | | | | | |
3B8 | AF | | | | | 1 | | 1
3B9 | AF | | | | | | |
3C | AF | | | | | | |
3C0 | AF | | | | | | |
3D2 | OC | | | | | | |
3D2/c | OC | | | | | | |
3D2/r | OC | | | | | | |
3DA | AF | | | | | | |
3V | AF | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 5
3W | AS | | | | | 1 | 1 | 2
3X | AF | | | | | | |
3Y/b | AF | | | | | | |
3Y/p | SA | | | | | | |
4J | AS | | | | | | |
4L | AS | | | 1 | | | | 1
4O | EU | | | 1 | 1 | | | 2
4S | AS | | | | | | |
4U1I | EU | | | | | | |
4U1U | NA | | | | | | |
4U1V | EU | | | | | | |
4W | OC | | | | | | |
4X | AS | | | 2 | 1 | 3 | 1 | 7
5A | AF | | | | | | |
5B | AS | | 3 | 4 | 3 | 5 | 1 | 16
5H | AF | | | | | | 1 | 1
5N | AF | | | | | | |
5R | AF | | | | | | |
5T | AF | | | | | | |
5U | AF | | | | | | |
5V | AF | | | | | | |
5W | OC | | | | | | |
5X | AF | | | | | | |
5Z | AF | | | | | | |
6W | AF | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 4
6Y | NA | | | | | | |
7O | AS | | | | | | |
7P | AF | | | | | | |
7Q | AF | | | | | | |
7X | AF | | | 1 | | | | 1
8P | NA | | | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 6
8Q | AS | | | | | | |
8R | SA | | | | | | |
9A | EU | | 10 | 14 | 22 | 12 | | 58
9G | AF | | | | | | |
9H | EU | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 3
9J | AF | | | | | | |
9K | AS | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 4
9L | AF | | | | | | |
9M2 | AS | | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 3
9M6 | OC | | | | 2 | | 1 | 3
9N | AS | | | | | | |
9Q | AF | | | | | | |
9U | AF | | | | | | |
9V | AS | | | | 1 | | | 1
9X | AF | | | | | | |
9Y | SA | | | | 2 | 1 | | 3
A2 | AF | | | | | | |
A3 | OC | | | | | | |
A4 | AS | | | 1 | | | | 1
A5 | AS | | | | | | |
A6 | AS | | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 2 | 9
A7 | AS | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 | 2 | 10
A9 | AS | | | | | | 1 | 1
AP | AS | | | | | | |
BS7 | AS | | | | | | |
BV | AS | | | 1 | 3 | 3 | 3 | 10
BV9P | AS | | | | | | |
BY | AS | | | 16 | 23 | 66 | 27 | 132
C2 | OC | | | | | | |
C3 | EU | | | | | | |
C5 | AF | | | | | | |
C6 | NA | | | | | | |
C9 | AF | | | | | | |
CE | SA | | | 2 | 6 | 3 | 2 | 13
CE0X | SA | | | | | | |
CE0Y | SA | | | | | | |
CE0Z | SA | | | | | | |
CE9 | SA | | | | | | |
CM | NA | | | 1 | 1 | 6 | | 8
CN | AF | | 2 | 2 | | 3 | | 7
CP | SA | | | 1 | | | | 1
CT | EU | | 4 | 12 | 8 | 11 | 2 | 37
CT3 | AF | | 2 | 4 | 2 | 3 | 2 | 13
CU | EU | | | 2 | | 1 | 1 | 4
CX | SA | | | 1 | | 1 | | 2
CY0 | NA | | | | | | |
CY9 | NA | | | | | | |
D2 | AF | | | | | | 1 | 1
D4 | AF | | | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 4
D6 | AF | | | | | | |
DL | EU | | 38 | 113 | 138 | 123 | 1 | 413
DU | OC | | | | 6 | 3 | 1 | 10
E3 | AF | | | | | | |
E4 | AS | | | | | | |
E5/n | OC | | | | | | |
E5/s | OC | | | | | | |
E7 | EU | | 5 | 8 | 7 | 13 | | 33
EA | EU | 1 | 15 | 53 | 56 | 68 | 7 | 200
EA6 | EU | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 3
EA8 | AF | | 2 | 5 | 5 | 10 | | 22
EA9 | AF | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 4
EI | EU | | 3 | 13 | 11 | 14 | | 41
EK | AS | | | 1 | | | | 1
EL | AF | | | | | | |
EP | AS | | | | | | |
ER | EU | | 1 | 2 | 3 | 1 | | 7
ES | EU | | 5 | 5 | 2 | 2 | 1 | 15
ET | AF | | | | | | |
EU | EU | 2 | 8 | 10 | 1 | 4 | | 25
EX | AS | | | 1 | | 2 | 2 | 5
EY | AS | | | | | 1 | 1 | 2
EZ | AS | | | | | | |
F | EU | | 5 | 22 | 22 | 52 | 5 | 106
FG | NA | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 3
FH | AF | | | | | 1 | 1 | 2
FJ | NA | | | | | | |
FK | OC | | | | | | |
FK/c | OC | | | | | | |
FM | NA | | | 2 | 2 | 1 | | 5
FO | OC | | | | | | |
FO/a | OC | | | | | | |
FO/c | NA | | | | | | |
FO/m | OC | | | | | | |
FP | NA | | | | | | |
FR | AF | | | | | | |
FR/g | AF | | | | | | |
FR/j | AF | | | | | | |
FR/t | AF | | | | | | |
FS | NA | | | | | | |
FT5W | AF | | | | | | |
FT5X | AF | | | | | | |
FT5Z | AF | | | | | | |
FW | OC | | | | | | |
FY | SA | | | | | | 1 | 1
G | EU | 1 | 11 | 39 | 61 | 77 | | 189
GD | EU | | | | 1 | 2 | | 3
GI | EU | | 1 | 1 | 7 | 5 | | 14
GJ | EU | | | | | 1 | | 1
GM | EU | | | 7 | 6 | 16 | | 29
GM/s | EU | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 3
GU | EU | | | 1 | | | | 1
GW | EU | | 3 | 2 | 3 | 8 | | 16
H4 | OC | | | | | | |
H40 | OC | | | | | | |
HA | EU | 3 | 6 | 11 | 12 | 6 | | 38
HB | EU | | 7 | 8 | 9 | 20 | | 44
HB0 | EU | | | | 1 | | | 1
HC | SA | | | 1 | 3 | | | 4
HC8 | SA | | | | | | |
HH | NA | | | | | | |
HI | NA | | | 1 | | 1 | | 2
HK | SA | | | 4 | | 3 | | 7
HK0/a | NA | | | | | | |
HK0/m | SA | | | | | | |
HL | AS | | | 4 | 2 | 18 | 6 | 30
HP | NA | | | | | | |
HR | NA | | | | | | |
HS | AS | | | 1 | 5 | 6 | 5 | 17
HV | EU | | | | | | |
HZ | AS | | | 2 | 4 | 4 | 2 | 12
I | EU | 2 | 17 | 76 | 87 | 131 | 3 | 316
IG9 | AF | | | | | | |
IS | EU | | | 1 | | | 1 | 2
IT9 | EU | | 4 | 7 | 7 | 15 | 1 | 34
J2 | AF | | | | | | |
J3 | NA | | | | | | |
J5 | AF | | | | | | 1 | 1
J6 | NA | | | | | | |
J7 | NA | | | | | | |
J8 | NA | | | | | | |
JA | AS | | | 42 | 61 | 377 | 113 | 593
JD/m | OC | | | | | | |
JD/o | AS | | | | | | |
JT | AS | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 | 2 | 10
JW | EU | | | | | | |
JW/b | EU | | | | | | |
JX | EU | | | | | | |
JY | AS | | 1 | | | 1 | | 2
K | NA | | 7 | 240 | 814 | 466 | | 1527
KG4 | NA | | | | | | |
KH0 | OC | | | | | | |
KH1 | OC | | | | | | |
KH2 | OC | | | | | 1 | 3 | 4
KH3 | OC | | | | | | |
KH4 | OC | | | | | | |
KH5 | OC | | | | | | |
KH5K | OC | | | | | | |
KH6 | OC | | | | 5 | | | 5
KH7K | OC | | | | | | |
KH8 | OC | | | | | | |
KH8/s | OC | | | | | | |
KH9 | OC | | | | | | |
KL | NA | | | 1 | 12 | 3 | | 16
KP1 | NA | | | | | | |
KP2 | NA | | | 4 | 1 | 4 | | 9
KP4 | NA | | | 1 | 3 | 1 | | 5
KP5 | NA | | | | | | |
LA | EU | | | 10 | 14 | 2 | | 26
LU | SA | | 2 | 7 | 14 | 7 | 7 | 37
LX | EU | | 1 | 1 | 3 | 4 | | 9
LY | EU | 1 | 9 | 18 | 8 | 8 | | 44
LZ | EU | | 6 | 14 | 17 | 12 | | 49
OA | SA | | | | | | |
OD | AS | | | | | | |
OE | EU | | 3 | 9 | 10 | 10 | | 32
OH | EU | | 11 | 12 | 8 | 9 | 3 | 43
OH0 | EU | | | | 1 | | | 1
OJ0 | EU | | | | | | |
OK | EU | | 7 | 30 | 33 | 15 | | 85
OM | EU | 1 | 8 | 8 | 18 | 4 | | 39
ON | EU | | 6 | 16 | 18 | 30 | | 70
OX | NA | | | | | | |
OY | EU | | | | | | |
OZ | EU | | 6 | 12 | 15 | | | 33
P2 | OC | | | | | | |
P4 | SA | | | 2 | | 3 | | 5
P5 | AS | | | | | | |
PA | EU | | 9 | 44 | 64 | 54 | | 171
PJ2 | SA | | | | | | |
PJ4 | SA | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 4
PJ5 | NA | | | | | | |
PJ7 | NA | | | | | | |
PY | SA | | 1 | 16 | 20 | 20 | 13 | 70
PY0F | SA | | | | | | |
PY0S | SA | | | | | | |
PY0T | SA | | | | | | |
PZ | SA | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 4
R1FJ | EU | | | | | | |
S0 | AF | | | | | | |
S2 | AS | | | | | | |
S5 | EU | 1 | 9 | 21 | 34 | 13 | | 78
S7 | AF | | | | | | |
S9 | AF | | | | | | |
SM | EU | | 5 | 12 | 18 | 1 | 1 | 37
SP | EU | 2 | 21 | 46 | 43 | 10 | | 122
ST | AF | | | | | 1 | | 1
SU | AF | | | | | | |
SV | EU | | 3 | 8 | 9 | 16 | | 36
SV/a | EU | | | | | | |
SV5 | EU | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 3
SV9 | EU | | | 1 | | 1 | 1 | 3
T2 | OC | | | | | | |
T30 | OC | | | | | | |
T31 | OC | | | | | | |
T32 | OC | | | | | | |
T33 | OC | | | | | | |
T5 | AF | | | | | | |
T7 | EU | | | | | | |
T8 | OC | | | | | | |
TA | AS | | 1 | 4 | 7 | 4 | | 16
TA1 | EU | | | | 2 | | | 2
TF | EU | | | 2 | 5 | 3 | | 10
TG | NA | | | | 2 | | | 2
TI | NA | | | 1 | | 1 | | 2
TI9 | NA | | | | | | |
TJ | AF | | | | | | 1 | 1
TK | EU | | 1 | 1 | | | 1 | 3
TL | AF | | | | | | |
TN | AF | | | | | | |
TR | AF | | | | | | 1 | 1
TT | AF | | | | | | |
TU | AF | | | | | | |
TY | AF | | | | | | |
TZ | AF | | | | | | |
UA | EU | 1 | 24 | 63 | 56 | 47 | 32 | 223
UA2 | EU | | | 1 | 2 | | | 3
UA9 | AS | 1 | 8 | 39 | 51 | 62 | 33 | 194
UK | AS | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 4
UN | AS | | 3 | 6 | 12 | 13 | 3 | 37
UR | EU | 4 | 40 | 39 | 23 | 22 | 7 | 135
V2 | NA | | | | | | |
V3 | NA | | | | | | |
V4 | NA | | | 1 | 1 | | | 2
V5 | AF | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 3
V6 | OC | | | | | | |
V7 | OC | | | | | | |
V8 | OC | | | | 2 | | | 2
VE | NA | | 2 | 28 | 82 | 41 | | 153
VK | OC | | | 4 | 19 | 17 | 10 | 50
VK0H | AF | | | | | | |
VK0M | OC | | | | | | |
VK9C | OC | | | | | | |
VK9L | OC | | | | | | |
VK9M | OC | | | | | | |
VK9N | OC | | | | | | |
VK9W | OC | | | | | | |
VK9X | OC | | | | | | |
VP2E | NA | | | | | | |
VP2M | NA | | | | | | |
VP2V | NA | | | | | | |
VP5 | NA | | | | | 1 | | 1
VP6 | OC | | | | | | |
VP6/d | OC | | | | | | |
VP8 | SA | | | | | | |
VP8/g | SA | | | | | | |
VP8/h | SA | | | | | | |
VP8/o | SA | | | | | | |
VP8/s | SA | | | | | | |
VP9 | NA | | | | | | |
VQ9 | AF | | | | | | |
VR | AS | | | | | 1 | 1 | 2
VU | AS | | | | 2 | 4 | 2 | 8
VU4 | AS | | | | | | |
VU7 | AS | | | | | | |
XE | NA | | | 1 | 1 | 3 | | 5
XF4 | NA | | | | | | |
XT | AF | | | | | | |
XU | AS | | | | | | 1 | 1
XW | AS | | | | | | 1 | 1
XX9 | AS | | | | | | |
XZ | AS | | | | | | |
YA | AS | | | | | 1 | | 1
YB | OC | | | 3 | 6 | 16 | 2 | 27
YI | AS | | | | | | |
YJ | OC | | | | | | |
YK | AS | | | | | | |
YL | EU | | 4 | 8 | 5 | 4 | | 21
YN | NA | | | | | | |
YO | EU | | 9 | 28 | 25 | 12 | | 74
YS | NA | | | | | | |
YU | EU | | 8 | 16 | 25 | 9 | 1 | 59
YU8 | EU | | | | | | |
YV | SA | | 1 | 6 | | 2 | | 9
YV0 | NA | | | | | | |
Z2 | AF | | | | | | 1 | 1
Z3 | EU | 1 | | 3 | 2 | 5 | | 11
Z8 | AF | | | | | | |
ZA | EU | | | | 1 | 1 | | 2
ZB | EU | | | | | | |
ZC4 | AS | | | | | | |
ZD7 | AF | | | | | | |
ZD8 | AF | | | | | | |
ZD9 | AF | | | | | | |
ZF | NA | | | | | | |
ZK2 | OC | | | | | | |
ZK3 | OC | | | | | | |
ZL | OC | | | 1 | 11 | 4 | 2 | 18
ZL7 | OC | | | | | | |
ZL8 | OC | | | | | | |
ZL9 | OC | | | | | | |
ZP | SA | | | | | 1 | | 1
ZS | AF | | | | 1 | 4 | 5 | 10
ZS8 | AF | | | | | | |
=============================================================
| | 21 | 374 | 1318 | 2145 | 2107 | 341 | 6306

Worked prefixes

2E0 2E1
2M0
2W0
3A2
3B8
3G1 3G3
3O3
3V8
3Z2 3Z5
4D9
4H1
4L5
4M1 4M5
4O3 4O4
4U1
4X0 4X1 4X4 4X9
4Z4 4Z5
5B4
5D5
5H3
5K3
5P8
5Q2
6K5
6V7
7J1
7K1 7K2 7K4
7L1 7L2 7L3 7L4
7M1 7M3 7M4
7N2 7N4
7S0
7X3
7Z1
8J2 8J6
8P5 8P6
8S0
9A1 9A2
9A202 9A203 9A204 9A205 9A206 9A207 9A209
9A22
9A3 9A5 9A6 9A7 9A8
9H1
9K2
9M2 9M6 9M8
9V1
9Y4
9Z4
A41
A60 A61 A65
A71 A73
A92
AA0 AA1 AA2 AA3 AA4 AA5 AA6
AB1 AB2 AB3 AB4 AB9
AC0 AC2 AC3 AC4 AC7 AC8 AC9
AD1 AD4 AD5 AD6 AD7
AE2 AE5 AE6 AE7
AF2 AF6 AF7
AG4 AG5 AG6
AH6
AI0 AI4
AJ1 AJ4
AK1 AK3 AK4 AK5 AK7
AL1 AL7 AL9
AO7
AY5
B1 B3 B4 B6 B7
BA1 BA4 BA5 BA7
BD2 BD3 BD4 BD5 BD7 BD9
BG1 BG2 BG3 BG4 BG5 BG6 BG7 BG8 BG9
BH1 BH2 BH4 BH7
BP0
BV0 BV1
BX6
BY1 BY2 BY4 BY5 BY6 BY8
C4
CA3
CE1 CE2 CE3
CM5 CM8
CN2 CN8
CO2
CP4
CQ3 CQ7 CQ8 CQ9
CR2 CR3 CR6
CS2 CS5
CT1 CT2 CT3 CT5 CT7
CU2
CW5
CX2
D2 D4
D44
DA0 DA2 DA7
DB1
DB50
DB8
DC0 DC1 DC3 DC6
DD0 DD1 DD2 DD4 DD5 DD6 DD8 DD9
DF0 DF1 DF2 DF3 DF4 DF5 DF6 DF7 DF9
DG1 DG2 DG3 DG4 DG5 DG7
DH0 DH1 DH2 DH6
DJ0 DJ1 DJ2 DJ3 DJ4 DJ5 DJ6 DJ7 DJ8 DJ9
DK0 DK1 DK2 DK3 DK4 DK5 DK6 DK7 DK8 DK9
DL0 DL1 DL2 DL3 DL4 DL5 DL6
DL60
DL7 DL8 DL9
DM2 DM3 DM4 DM5
DM50
DM800
DM9
DN1
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO7 DO8 DO9
DP5 DP6 DP7
DQ0 DQ4 DQ5 DQ8
DR1 DR2 DR4 DR5 DR6 DR7
DS1 DS2 DS4 DS5
DU1
DV1
DX1
E2
E20 E21
E7
E720
E73 E74 E76 E77 E78
EA1 EA2 EA3 EA4 EA5 EA6 EA7 EA8
EB3 EB5 EB8
EC1 EC2 EC5 EC6 EC7 EC8
ED1 ED2 ED3 ED4 ED5 ED7 ED8 ED9
EE1 EE2 EE3 EE7 EE8
EF1 EF2 EF3 EF5 EF7 EF8
EI0
EI100
EI2 EI3 EI4 EI5 EI6 EI7 EI8
EI80
EI9
EK3
EM2
EN1
EO3 EO4
ER1 ER3 ER4
ES1 ES2 ES6 ES8 ES9
EU1 EU2 EU3 EU4 EU7 EU8
EV1
EW2 EW4 EW5 EW6 EW7 EW8
EX2 EX7 EX8
EY0
F0 F1 F2 F4 F5 F6 F8
FG1 FG4
FM1 FM5
FY8
G0 G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8
GD0
GI0 GI3 GI4 GI7
GJ2
GM0 GM1 GM4 GM7 GM8
GT8
GW3 GW4 GW8 GW9
GX0
GZ5
H22
HA0 HA1 HA2 HA3 HA4 HA5 HA6 HA7 HA8
HB0 HB3 HB8 HB9
HC1 HC2 HC5
HE5
HF3
HG0 HG1 HG3 HG4 HG6 HG7
HI3
HK1 HK3 HK4
HL1 HL2 HL3 HL4 HL5
HS0
HZ1
I0 I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8
IB1
IC8
IF9
II0 II1 II2 II4 II5 II7 II9
IK0 IK1 IK2 IK3 IK4 IK5 IK6 IK7 IK8
IN3 IN7
IO1 IO2 IO3 IO4 IO5 IO7 IO9
IQ0 IQ1 IQ2 IQ3 IQ4 IQ6 IQ8
IR0 IR1 IR4 IR5 IR6 IR7 IR8 IR9
IS0
IT9
IU9
IV3
IW0 IW1 IW2 IW4 IW5 IW6 IW7 IW9
IY4
IZ0 IZ1 IZ2 IZ3 IZ4 IZ5 IZ6 IZ7 IZ8
J42 J47
J52
JA0 JA1 JA2 JA3 JA4 JA5 JA6 JA7 JA8 JA9
JE1 JE2 JE3 JE4 JE6 JE7 JE8
JF1 JF2 JF3
JG0 JG1 JG2 JG3 JG5 JG7 JG8
JH0 JH1 JH2 JH3 JH4 JH5 JH6 JH7 JH8
JI0 JI1 JI2 JI3 JI4 JI5 JI6 JI7
JJ0 JJ1 JJ2 JJ3 JJ5
JK1 JK2 JK6 JK8 JK9
JL1 JL3 JL7
JM1 JM2 JM3 JM4 JM6
JN1 JN3
JO1 JO3 JO4 JO7
JP1 JP2 JP7
JQ1 JQ2
JR1 JR2 JR3 JR4 JR5 JR6 JR7 JR8
JS1 JS2 JS3 JS6
JT1 JT5
JU1
JY4
K0 K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 K6 K7 K8 K9
KA1 KA2 KA3 KA4 KA5 KA8
KB0 KB1 KB2 KB3 KB4 KB5 KB6 KB7 KB8 KB9
KC0 KC2 KC4 KC6 KC8 KC9
KD0 KD1 KD2 KD3 KD4 KD6 KD7 KD8 KD9
KE1 KE2 KE3 KE4 KE5 KE6 KE7 KE8 KE9
KF6 KF7
KG0 KG1 KG4 KG5 KG6 KG7 KG9
KH2 KH7
KI0 KI1 KI4 KI6 KI7
KJ3 KJ4 KJ6 KJ7
KK0 KK1 KK4 KK5 KK6 KK7 KK9
KL5 KL7
KM1 KM2 KM4 KM6 KM7
KN3 KN6 KN9
KO3 KO7 KO8 KO9
KP2
KQ2
KR2 KR4 KR5 KR6 KR7 KR8 KR9
KS0 KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4 KS7 KS9
KT0 KT1 KT2 KT4 KT6 KT8 KT9
KU0 KU1 KU2 KU3 KU4 KU6 KU8 KU9
KV1 KV4 KV5
KW3 KW6 KW7
KX2 KX3 KX7 KX9
KY6 KY7
KZ1 KZ7 KZ8
L60
L71 L73
LA1 LA2 LA3 LA5 LA6 LA7 LA8 LA9
LN5 LN7 LN8
LP1
LR1 LR2 LR3 LR9
LS1
LT1 LT5
LU3 LU4 LU5 LU6 LU7 LU8 LU9
LV5 LV6
LW6 LW8
LX0 LX1 LX2 LX7
LX75
LY1 LY2
LY22
LY3 LY4 LY5 LY6 LY7 LY8 LY9
LZ0 LZ1
LZ12
LZ1784
LZ2 LZ3
LZ40
LZ7 LZ8 LZ9
M0 M1 M4 M5 M6
MI0 MI3 MI5 MI6
MM0 MM1 MM6
MU0
MW0 MW1 MW8
MX0
N0 N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7 N8 N9
NA0 NA1 NA3 NA4 NA5 NA8
NB2 NB3 NB4
NC0 NC1 NC4 NC8
ND0 ND3 ND4 ND8
NE1 NE5 NE8
NF4 NF6 NF8
NG1 NG3 NG4
NH2 NH6 NH7
NI1 NI3 NI5 NI7
NJ0 NJ2
NK4 NK7 NK8
NL7
NM3 NM4
NN1 NN3 NN5 NN6
NO6 NO7
NP4
NQ0 NQ9
NR1 NR3 NR5 NR6 NR7 NR8
NS0 NS1 NS4 NS9
NT5 NT8
NU1
NV1
NW2 NW3 NW4 NW5
NX0 NX1 NX2 NX5 NX6 NX9
NY3 NY4 NY6
NZ6
OE1 OE2 OE3 OE4 OE5 OE6 OE8 OE9
OG2 OG3 OG4 OG6
OG73
OG8
OH0 OH1 OH2 OH3 OH4 OH5 OH6 OH7 OH8 OH9
OJ1
OK1 OK2 OK3 OK4 OK5 OK6 OK7 OK8
OL0 OL1 OL4 OL8 OL9
OM0 OM1 OM3 OM4 OM5 OM7 OM8
ON3 ON4 ON5 ON6 ON7 ON8 ON9
OO4 OO5 OO7 OO9
OP4
OQ4 OQ5 OQ7
OR1 OR2 OR3 OR4
OS8
OT1 OT2 OT5
OU8
OZ1 OZ2 OZ3 OZ4 OZ5 OZ6 OZ7
P3
P33
P40 P41 P49
PA0 PA1
PA100
PA2 PA3 PA4 PA5 PA6 PA7 PA8 PA9
PB1 PB2 PB6
PC2 PC3
PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD5 PD7
PD73
PD9
PE0 PE1 PE2 PE4 PE5 PE7
PG1 PG2
PI4
PJ4
PP1 PP5
PQ5
PR3 PR5 PR7
PS2 PS8
PT2 PT5
PU1 PU2 PU5 PU8
PV2 PV7 PV8
PW2 PW7
PX5 PX7
PY1 PY2 PY3 PY4 PY5 PY6 PY9
PZ5
R0 R3 R4 R5 R7 R8 R9
RA0 RA1 RA2 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9
RC3 RC6 RC9
RD0 RD1 RD3 RD4
RF8 RF9
RG3 RG4 RG5
RJ3 RJ4
RK0 RK3 RK4 RK8 RK9
RL3 RL6 RL9
RM0 RM2 RM3 RM4 RM5 RM9
RN0 RN3 RN4 RN6 RN7 RN9
RO1 RO3
RQ3 RQ5 RQ9
RT2 RT3 RT4 RT5 RT8 RT9
RU0 RU3 RU4 RU5 RU6 RU9
RV1 RV3 RV4 RV9
RW0 RW1 RW3 RW4 RW6 RW9
RX0 RX1 RX3 RX9
RY3 RY7
RZ0 RZ1 RZ3 RZ4 RZ6 RZ8 RZ9
S50 S51 S52 S53 S54
S540
S55 S56 S57 S59
SA7
SB6
SD3
SE5 SE6
SF5
SH7
SI2 SI3
SJ2 SJ7
SK6 SK7
SM0 SM2 SM3 SM4 SM5 SM6
SN1 SN2 SN3 SN4 SN6 SN7 SN9
SO2 SO4 SO6 SO7 SO9
SP1 SP2 SP3 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP8 SP9
SQ1 SQ2 SQ3 SQ5 SQ6 SQ7 SQ8 SQ9
ST2
SV1 SV2 SV3 SV4 SV5 SV7 SV8 SV9
SX5
SZ1 SZ3 SZ6
T6
TA1 TA2 TA3 TA4 TA5 TA7
TC3
TF1 TF2 TF3
TG9
TI5
TJ3
TK1 TK4 TK5
TM0 TM1 TM3
TM38
TM4 TM5 TM6 TM7 TM9
TO5 TO7
TR8
U1
UA0 UA1 UA2 UA3 UA4 UA5 UA6 UA8 UA9
UB0 UB3 UB8 UB9
UC6
UD3
UE85
UF8
UG3 UG7
UI4 UI8 UI9
UK0 UK7
UN0 UN1 UN2 UN4 UN5 UN6 UN7 UN8 UN9
UP0 UP2 UP4 UP5 UP6 UP9
UR0 UR3 UR4 UR5 UR6 UR7 UR8
US0 US1 US2 US3 US5 US7
UT0 UT1 UT2 UT3 UT4 UT5 UT6 UT7 UT8
UU2 UU3 UU7 UU9
UV0 UV3 UV5
UW5
UX0 UX1 UX2 UX3 UX7 UX8 UX9
UY1 UY2 UY3 UY4 UY5 UY7 UY8
UZ0 UZ2 UZ5 UZ7
V47
V55
V85
VA1 VA2 VA3 VA5 VA6 VA7
VC2 VC3 VC6 VC7
VE1 VE2 VE3 VE4 VE5 VE6 VE7 VE8 VE9
VK2 VK3 VK4 VK5 VK6 VK7 VK8
VO1 VO2
VP52
VR2
VU2 VU3
VY1 VY2
W0 W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9
WA0 WA1 WA2 WA3 WA4 WA5 WA6 WA7 WA8 WA9
WB0 WB2 WB3 WB4 WB6 WB7 WB8 WB9
WC2 WC3 WC5 WC6
WD0 WD3 WD4 WD5 WD7 WD8 WD9
WE0
WF2 WF3 WF6
WG2 WG3 WG4
WH2 WH7
WI0 WI5 WI6 WI7
WJ1 WJ2
WK1 WK4 WK5 WK7
WL7
WM5 WM6
WN2 WN5 WN6 WN9
WO2 WO3 WO6 WO8
WP2 WP3 WP4
WQ6
WR3 WR4 WR5 WR9
WS2 WS7 WS9
WT4 WT6
WV0 WV1 WV2 WV4 WV6
WW0 WW1 WW2 WW3 WW4 WW7 WW9
WX2 WX3 WX4 WX6 WX7
WY1 WY3
WZ4 WZ6 WZ7 WZ8
XE1 XE2 XE3
XL3
XR1 XR3 XR6
XU7
XV1 XV2
XW3
YB0 YB1 YB2 YB3 YB4 YB6 YB8 YB9
YC1 YC2 YC6 YC9
YE3
YF8
YL2 YL3 YL4 YL6 YL7
YM3 YM7
YO2 YO3 YO4 YO5 YO6 YO7 YO8 YO9
YP2 YP5 YP7 YP8 YP9
YQ6
YR2 YR8
YT0 YT1
YT16
YT2 YT3 YT4 YT5 YT7 YT8
YU0 YU1 YU2 YU3 YU5 YU7
YV5 YV6 YV8
YW5
YY4
Z21
Z32 Z33 Z35 Z36 Z37
ZA1
ZL0 ZL1 ZL2 ZL3 ZL4
ZM3 ZM4
ZP5
ZS1 ZS4 ZS5 ZS6
ZV2
ZW4 ZW5 ZW8
ZY5
ZZ2
 
E77A   SOSB15 HP   5,899,2492012-03-27 02:09:45
Propagation was good but not weather condition (especially on Sunday). I hope,
in May will be better during WPX CW part.
 
9A2Ø6B(9A5ADH)   SO(A)AB(TS) HP   728,8562012-03-27 02:37:42
Nice openings on 20 & 15 meters. Only 15 hours on the air in between other
activities.
73 de Davor, 9A5ADH
 
ZL/VO1AU(@ZL1AIH)   SOAB HP   5,774,2752012-03-27 03:04:05
Thank you to Ken ZL1AIH and his daughter Helen for letting me use Ken's station
and for keeping me fed throughout the contest. Thank you also to Jacky ZL3CW
and Aki ZL1GO for leaving the way clear for me to use Ken's station, which may
of you know as ZM1A.

Congratulations to Holger ZL3IO for his excellent Low Power score, some 1Meg
more than my High Power score. This shows what a great operator with great
antennas from a great location can do with great knowledge of propagation.

It was a great experience to try the WPX from the other side of the planet, and
this was a tremendous lesson in how different propagation dictates a different
strategy. I made big mistakes in choosing my off-times.

It was a real treat to work so many friends in Canada and other places from New
Zealand. Thank you to Dan VO1MX and Mike VA3MW for sending me recordings of my
signal. I was thrilled to be able to give my good friend and budding DXer Ron
VE3REV his best DX QSO so far. He has discovered contests are good places to
work DX.

Finding the right times to work Europe was an enigma. Most of western Europe
is at that funny distance just short of the true antipode, where it's very hard
to predict the beam heading. From New Zealand, it seems the best heading to
Europe could be short path, long path, or just about any other bearing. EB8AH
could be heard on 10m at almost any time of day, from almost any direction.
This is a truly novel concept for a Canadian. The antipode for most of us is
the southern Indian Ocean, so we almost never get the experience antipodial
propagation.

My rig was a TS-590 with a heavily modified Drake L4B amplifier. The antennas
were a 2el Quad 15m above ground for 10, 15 and 20m, a 2el shortened yagi 15m
above ground for 40m, and a vertical for 80m.

Contrary to several spots, I was not in ZL7 for this contest. I was there two
weeks ago, though.
 
9A22P   M/S HP   20,320,3202012-03-27 03:11:02
Any kind of special call seems to be painful - lots of repeating.

First 24 hours were great with fantastic 40m and 15m. With 9.9M we were just a
bit behind RL3A. We expected low bands will provide us advantage on the 2nd
night but USA did not happen in expected volume.

QRM was amazing everywhere.

CU in next one!
9A1P Team

9A22P QSL via 9A2NA
 
SQ7DQX   SOAB HP   1,284,5652012-03-27 03:12:04
Lack conditions to NA from my QTH
 
IZ8JFL   SOAB (TS) QRP   581,6402012-03-27 03:27:33
Vy Hard contest with only 5 w and Multi band antenna, but i am satisfact abaut
my score i have made more poits versus my bets result in 2010 (2nd place Italy
LP).
 
HB9EE   M/S HP   7,292,2502012-03-27 03:43:40
Great Score for HB Country! Propagation was good! We are looking forward to the
next one!
www.hb9ee.ch
73 de HB9EE
 
S56CW   M/S HP   4,761,9002012-03-27 04:39:15
Simple equipment, great company!

-FT1000MP, AL811H (max 800W)
-Tribander, 2el Moxon for 40m, some verticals and dipoles

CU CW!
 
TF1CY   SOAB HP   852,9642012-03-27 05:41:06
Lot of effort but not quite the result I was hoping for ;)

Being held up @ work until 15:00 on Friday I had to little time to drive to the
QTH and get the antennas up. I had major problems with the support mast for the
yagi beam - but got the 22m vertical up without any problems. We had major
aurora on Saturday but Sunday was good on most bands but 10m closed. Good
lessons learned contesting this weekend - must be better prepared next time! -
first time using a good beam - Always lost frequency to very strong EU stations
when beaming US. Good late Sunday run on 80m.

tnx

73 TF3CY / TF1CY
 
IO4C(IZ4DPV)   SO(A)SB160 HP   701,0882012-03-27 06:06:04
TRX: IC 7800
ANT: VERTICALE 1/4 (TITANEX 160MT)....7 RADIAL HIGH RADIAL
ANT RX : 1 BEVERAGE USA 310MT
1 BEVERAGE ASIA 300 MT
1 BEVERAGE BIDIRETIONAL
1 FOUR SQUARE
amazing!!!! ...... after the contest cq cw and ssb 160 mt I decided to continue
testing the new system receiving four square with the current beverage!
now, especially in the cw four square and is' very directional, and detected
above a front / side very significant, and an optimal gain of a signal through
its internal preamp!
relations in Europe are much better with the four square while outside europe
signals are the same but with a noise ratio better than the beverage!
thanks to all the stations that I have connected we feel in the next contest
73 IZ4DPV MAX
 
SN9V(@SP9YGD)   M/S HP   3,661,1862012-03-27 06:17:04
5 boys - 1 radio :)
 
KM2O   SOAB HP   138,0602012-03-27 06:37:05
Had to abort the contest due to equipment failure. Amp power supply went while
running. Just when it was getting really good too.
 
GØRRM   SOSB20 LP   132,9132012-03-27 06:55:56
single loop up at 40 ft
 
N4RV   SO(A)AB HP   2,997,6562012-03-27 08:21:10
Missed operating from PJ2T this time.. Just couldn't get things organized this
year.

Missed morning band openings on both days due to other commitments. Got on
about noon each morning and found good EU openings.. except on 10 meters which
was about 80% skew path to EU.

Mostly S&P except for a couple of hours of " run em " time on 40m and 2 1/2
hours of running JA's on 15 meters at the very end of the test.

Fun contest with never a dull moment.. Always someone to work.

Jack N4RV
 
LS1D   M/S HP   19,750,0382012-03-27 08:21:13
Congratulations to all LU stations, Special mention to AY5F team.

Many thank Folks. !!!!
CU in the next contest...
 
9A2AJ(TOM)   SOSB160 HP   537,8102012-03-27 08:21:34
condx ok, I hope 1000 Qso next year!?
 
PW2T   M/S HP   9,402,5122012-03-27 08:47:05
Rig : TS-2000 and IC-7600
Power: 1 KW
Antennas : TH7DX (10/15/20m) - DeltaLoop (40m - 12m APEX) and 80m vertical.

Soapbox : PW2T - JUQUITIBA - SP
 
IQ1RY   M/2 HP   13,254,0192012-03-27 08:55:22
73
 
NØMA   M/2 HP   4,716,8402012-03-27 09:05:53
A few more Qs and few less mults this year yielding about the same score as
2011. 15m was best for us. Couldn't keep a run going on 20m. We had friends
from Sweden stop by to make some runs from the other side of the pond. A good
time was had by all.
 
A61ZX(@A65EE)   SOAB HP   2,765,0942012-03-27 10:57:47
Hi All,

The contest was and it will remain fun and nice to participate in and thanks to
all participants and good luck for more fun in all the contests.
Thanks to Adel, A65EE for letting me to use his nice station for this contest.
it was a 20 hours of Dxing and having great fun.

Peace
A61ZX
 
2E1FVS   SOSB40 LP   441,3242012-03-27 11:24:06
Yaesu FT-840.
2 ele phased vertical array, end-fire.
Inverted V dipole, center at about 6m.

Troubles with my antennas, with the normal high QRM levels, with the normal
wiiide signals, made for a difficult contest for me again this year.
Probably a new antenna system to build over the summer months in time for CQWW.
 
DR5N(@DLØGK)   M/2 HP   20,495,0082012-03-27 11:30:18
cu in WPX CW !
 
TM1W(F1HAR)   SOSB15 HP   5,765,3612012-03-27 11:35:40
Thanks for QSO.

CU next year.

73's
Marc F1HAR
 
W7QN   SOAB LP   97,7132012-03-27 11:46:38
Used mobile whips all bands for antennas.
 
W7CAR   SOAB LP   50,9642012-03-27 12:05:53
Lots of Fun. Looking forward to next year.

Yours in the Hobby,

Dave Walton - W7CAR
Rainier, Oregon
www.w7car.com
 
PR5B(PY2LSM)   SOSB15 HP   11,939,3122012-03-27 12:12:47
Thanks to Sergio PP5JR for host me again.
I will be on WPX CW SOSB 80 HP - Again will be PR5B - very slowly CW.

73

Alan PY2LSM - PR5B
 
HB9DHG   SO(A)SB10 LP   69,7202012-03-27 12:56:57
Good result for the time I spent for this nice contest!
Having lot of commitments during the weekend I thought it would be good to give
a try on a single band Low Power category and see what I can do with my Mosley
TA-63N. Lot of sud and central American stations. Thanks to all PY/LU/CE OMs
who have tried to caught my call sign into the QRM. Fortunately the propagation
was as expected!
Vy 73 de HB9DHG Fulvio
http://www.hb9dhg.ch
 
ED1R   M/2 HP   24,242,3282012-03-27 13:11:46
Contest very awaited by the Team ED1R, bad and irregular propagation and we put
a big Target that wasn't possible making with this bad propagation, probably
in other year will be possible.

We read at 3830 that 80% of EU stations have the same problem with the
propagation in low bands and we think that the best decision would have been in
MS because bad propagation to M2 or MM.

In short, the propagation has been a disaster in low bands where pretty QSO
worth more points, 160m noise and more noise (only 45min Run the other
multiplier), 80m noisy and we found it easier to work NA than EU on 40m Missed
much propagation (the Run stooped constantly), the first night was a disaster,
all people on 20m because bad conditions on low bands big problems to found a
place and maintain the QRG. In 15m was best enjoyed where Run continuously and
10m not finished to open with a short opening Saturday to EU/AS and NA on
Sunday, the rest were pecking mult.

The Team consisted of colleagues from various places: CT1HXB, EA1CJ, EC1KR,
EA4TD, EC4DX, EA7FTR and EC7AKV. With the help of our friend EA1ASC.

Thank you for the beautiful and fun competition with other stations M2 in EU,
congratulations on the results especially to EI100T (aka EI7M), OL4A, 9A7A,
HG7T, DR5N, G6PZ and OH5Z for the moment.

Also thank to all colleagues in EA who made the Contest, is a pleasure to meet
you in any band.

See you at the Next Contest.

73 de ED1R Team
www.ed1r.com

Run 1. FT1000MP-MKV + MKIIR + PA
Run 2. FT1000MP-MKV + MKIIR + PA
Mult. FT1000MP-MKV + DVS2 + PA

10M. 5 elm @ 12m + 5 elm NA @ 18m
15M. 4 elm @ 12m + 4 elm NA @ 14m
20M. 4 elm @ 16m
40M. 2 elm @ 22m + 2 elm EU @ 12m
80M. 1/4 Vertical + Radials
160M. Inv. T Vertical + Radials

RX. 200m NA Beverage
AUX. Hy-Gain 10-40m Vertical

Stations worked 6 bands:

EB8AH
ES9C
LY7A

Stations worked 5 bands:

AD4Z
CN2R
DA0T
DK2AT
DL1NKS
DM4X
DP6T
DR1A
E7DX
ED9Z
HB9EE
HG7T
KI1G
LY22A
LY4T
LZ9W
N4RV
OH5Z
P33W
PI4DX
PJ4Z
S56CW
SN9V
SO9Q
TC3C
UP2L
UX2U
VE9AA
VY2ZM
WR3Z
 
5K3R(HK3R)   SOSB15 LP   3,061,7412012-03-27 13:27:13
To be honest, Sunday was "the day", nice European pile during the morning and US
pile up whit all rare an fancy calls during the afternoon!

I beated local record by fare (hk3jj 2.4MM) and hope to be near by the first
place. Anyway, there was a lot of fun, for every single QSO I did.

Regarding Log, it has been already uploaded into LoTW and I have already got
350 confirmations :-)

Anibal
HK3R, 5K3R
 
E7CW(E74WN)   SO(A)SB160 LP   332,6552012-03-27 13:35:33
Nice competition,a lot of nice signals came through two EWEs and two Beverages.
Thanks all for QSOs,and specially thanks to E77EZ and his hospitality on
nice,quite location.Tcvr was FT1000MP, Pwr:100w into Inv. V dipole @ 26m.
Hope to meet you all in CW part.
73, Emir - E74WN
 
TF8GX   SOSB10 HP   48,7452012-03-27 13:35:33
10M was terrible this time :(
 
KD7MSC   SOAB LP   7,7882012-03-27 13:58:24
Very limited effort.
 
LU8EOT   SO(A)SB10 LP   4,700,8122012-03-27 14:07:23
Hello guys

Once again was a great contest from me home, I still working on my station!!
Thanks to all for the QSOs.. I wanted to exceed 2000 QSOs, but the noise did
not let me.

Thanks to some stations for your patience, sometime I had a big QRM on 10
meter.. I lost many stations when the noise appeared in the best moments!!

If you want, you can see the QRM here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONlIs8S-KxE

Nice condx in 10m but for me was not good to JA.

Setup:

Yaesu FT-950 - 100W
Heil Elite HC6
Ant. Yagi 4el @ 12 Mh

------------------------------

Some statistics

Continent 10m (1870 Qs)

South America 6.7%
North America 48.8%
Europe 36.6%
Asia 6.6%
Africa 1%
Oceania 0.6%

Top 10 Countries

Unites Estates 44.9%
Germany 6.8%
Japan 4.2%
Brazil 3.4%
Italy 3.4%
European Russia 2.5%
Canada 2.5%
Netherlands 2.1%
Spain 2%
Ukraine 1.6%
Others 26.7%

Countries worked 100

See you in WPX CW...

73s
Mark LU8EOT
 
E77R   SO(A)AB LP   13,1302012-03-27 14:15:09
73 E77R
 
EA7EU   SO(A)SB80 HP   683,9622012-03-27 14:56:39
Much of QRM during the contest and no really good conditions but the CQ WPX is
always a great contest.

Next year more and much better.

Working conditions here are:

Radio: Kenwood TS480SAT
Amplifier:Expert 1K FA
Antenna: Double bazoka Antenna from EANTENNA.ES


Mni 73 de Pedro
www.ea7eu.com
 
PR2W(@PT2AW)   SOAB LP   34,4642012-03-27 15:10:05
Very nice contest to take part. Thank you!
 
TM1E(F1JRD)   SO(A)SB15 HP   3,463,8242012-03-27 15:16:31
Contest : CQ World Wide WPX Contest
Callsign : TM1E
Mode : PHONE
Category : Single Operator Assisted (SOA)
Overlay : ---
Band(s) : Single band (SB) 15 m
Class : High Power (HP)
Zone/State/... :
Locator :
Operating time : 29h20

BAND QSO DUP PFX POINTS AVG
-----------------------------------
160 0 0 0 0 0.00
80 0 0 0 0 0.00
40 0 0 0 0 0.00
20 0 0 0 0 0.00
15 1760 16 854 4056 2.30
10 0 0 0 0 0.00
-----------------------------------
TOTAL 1760 16 854 4056 2.30
===================================
TOTAL SCORE : 3 463 824

Dupes are not included in QSO counts neither avg calculations

Operators : F1JRD
Soapbox :

Great contest,

Very good propagation on Saturday, specially US west coast on the evening.
much more difficult on Sunday,

Limited operation time due that i had to keep children on saturday morning.

4elt DK7ZB @13M / 3 elt @5M
MRFE6VP61K25H SSPA.

73 Lionel
 
L73D   M/S HP   3,646,1632012-03-27 16:22:24
Thanks to LU2BPM and LU9CBL for the help and enthusiasm.
"El resultado es importante, pero más importantes son los amigos" (XE1KK)
 
AK4NZ   SOAB LP   23,7362012-03-27 17:00:37
IC-746 barefoot
40m Hustler BTV-5
20m Homebrew attic inverted V dipole
15m, 10m Solarcon A99 vertical

QSO: 28510 PH 2012-03-25 1830 AK4NZ 59 65 5D5A 59
6015
QSO: 28400 PH 2012-03-24 1819 AK4NZ 59 19 V55V 59
1498
 
UAØWY   SO(A)SB15 LP   885,7602012-03-27 17:42:50
Ant:

1. 2 el vertical Europe/Japan
2. 2 el vertical USA/Africa
3. 2 el Yagi Pasific

Tranceiver TS590

CSDX CLUB
 
PU2LEP   SOSB10 LP   5,274,2492012-03-27 18:38:23
Thanks to all for qso, a very good propagation.

The station is comprised of the following equipment

Radio Yaesu FT950
Heil Pro Set 4
5 Element Yagi Beam (10 meters high)

73

Vaz
PU2LEP
 
VA5AA(@VE5RI)   M/M HP   6,518,4322012-03-27 18:47:51
SOAPBOX: Winter storm hit just before 'test. Slowed arrival of team. Generally
SFI 102 A index 5 K index 1-2
SOAPBOX: 20m stayed open most times, 15m opened hours late, 10m sporatically if
at all.
SOAPBOX: Lots of stations that we could hear but they could not hear us. Mult
score did OK; busted 1K
SOAPBOX: VE5FN NOT PRESENT and was missed. FN gone for 85th birthday and son
visit to Lloyd.

CQWPXSSB Score Summary Sheet

Start Date : 2012-03-23

CallSign Used : VA5AA
Operator(s) : VE5ZZZ VE6CMV VA6NJK VE5CMA VE5FF VE5WI VE5CJB

Operator Category : MULTI-MULTI
Band : ALL
Power : HIGH
Mode : SSB
Default Exchange : 001
Gridsquare : DO70XX

Name : Doug Richardson
Address : 3226 Tufts Bay E
City/State/Zip : Regina SK S4V 1V2
Country : Canada

ARRL Section : SK
Club/Team : Sask Alta Contesters
Software : N1MM Logger V12.3.1

Band QSOs Pts WPX
1.8 14 53 1
3.5 228 841 38
7 212 952 67
14 1197 2847 512
21 719 1700 342
28 64 178 32
Total 2434 6571 992


Score : 6,518,432
 
N4DXI   SO(A)AB(TS) HP   10,6142012-03-27 19:35:26
I'm going the wrong way....this is the lowest score ever for me. Saturday
nothing but lightning storms and
Sunday a bunch of chores....nowhere else to go but up.

73.....John Bescher, N4DXI
 
WØBH   SOAB HP   9,5222012-03-27 19:58:52
We had rain all last week, so had to spend most of my time outdoors this weekend
instead of on the radio. Thanks for the Qs!

73, Bob, w0bh
 
B7P   M/2 HP   14,943,3422012-03-27 21:10:05
The number of QSO was higher then last year, but final score was lower then last
year. Very hard in 40m and 80m, but we make more QSO on 80m then last year,
since we build two small loop antenna for 80m. Anyway, we are happy in contest
and see you in WPX CW.

73! de BA7NQ
 
5D5A(@CN3A)   M/S HP   40,696,3852012-03-27 22:36:45
We had big competition time with P33W! We are lucky because they are in Asia :).
Congratulations to Harry and all the boys there.

Condx on 10m was amazing. Very hard time during the nite hours on low band.


Thanks to IK1SPR, CN8WW, ARRAM. Special thanks to Ahmed CN8WK !!!
Qsl via Mau, IV3ZXQ or LOTW.
 
D44AC(I4UFH)   SOSB15 HP   18,554,8442012-03-28 00:48:25
Was a blast ! Amazing condition during all a the weekend ! Main plan was to try
to beat the 15m All Time score, but unfortunately Murphy visit our Generator !
Lost Power for almost 3 hours during EU prime rate pileup ! The generator died
just before the sunrise, and i had dried a set of backup battery until no more
power available . A forced stop of 3 hours were done waiting for the right guy
try to fix the generator.
After several hours he come up at the top of the mountain and fix it, main
problem was the dirty gasoline that stop the engine ! Well back ready in Air
hoping to recovery some sort of pile in the night time, but unfortunately the
rates are not the same as the morning time !
Despite this generator issues, the contest were pretty amazing, the night time
was interesting, called from a lot of KH6's, YJ0, BY's, XX9 and and
unexpected TO7 ! Thank's for everyone called me , look for me next time with a
new backup generator !

73 de Fabio I4UFH
 
UX2U   M/S HP   5,017,4642012-03-28 03:00:46
Portable operation in the field.
Strong wind on the second day brake down the mast with Spider antenna.
73! CU in WPX CW.
 
OE2E(OE2GEN)   SO(A)AB LP   220,8002012-03-28 05:59:56
Too less time for a serious participation, 95% S/P!
 
HI3EPR   SOSB10 LP   918,4772012-03-28 06:26:18
This contest was great although of the local intentional interferences made by a
very famous big cheating station.

The interferences consist in a CW Beacon, maybe built in (like a FT-857D)
preprogramed cw beacon @29 ~ 30 WPM, that said, "AGAIN AGAIN" (can't understood
the purpose)...Maybe was funny for this station located in locator FK49EL.

In 10 meters the propagation was normal, i open the contest with Japan's
stations, Europe in the morning (next day), and at afternoon some contacts in
INDONESIA. (YB1), Qatar, United Arab Emitrates and other special multipliers.

Thank a lot to my contest crew HI3CC, HI3A/AD4Z (my Uncle),HI3K, HI3TT.

Congrats to HI8KW & HI8GPR(FT) operators in 160 & 80 Meters repct.

HI8GPR was using a K3 transceiver with excellents results for his first time.

Thanks Alfred HI8CR for milk chocolate support.

At free time, we took some instruments like bongoes and guitars, playiing so
funny songs.

See you at next contest, hope we won't have new interferences from the cw pig.

Equipment:

-Elecraft K3 Transceiver
-EPRSDR @192Khz 24Bit, Panadapter interface
-CuschCraft 7 Elements 10 Meters beam
-MEANWELL 13.8 36Amp Power Supply.

Miscellaneous:

-2 Boxes of 24 units of milk chocolate.

73's DE HI3EPR
www.hi3epr.com
 
LN8W(LB1GB)   SOAB HP   5,044,7522012-03-28 09:37:40
Not very happy with my performance. Lost a lot due to not knowing my station
good enough. First time on SSB with the K3's and I learn a bit during the
weekend, but too late to save day one. Day one was not great propagation wise
either so... :-)

Anyway, thanks for all the contacts!

73 Bjorn LB1GB/LN8W

Contest audio will be available after log due date if you want to listen to our
QSO(s) or just want to listen to contest audio. Audio from other contests
already available at http://www.la8w.com/contest-audio
 
S5ØG(S57AW)   SO(A)SB20 HP   3,021,0962012-03-28 11:40:00
Part time effort, strange conditions, more US from West than East Coast

K3 + Amp
4el Yagi@38m
5el Yagi@17m

TNX for QSOs and see you in CW part

73 Robert, S57AW
 
D4A(N6KT)   SOAB HP   15,199,5802012-03-28 12:53:12
Had a great time operating from a new location! Challenges in downtown Praia
were the usual electrical noise, especially high on 20 and 75 meters, and power
outages that limited operating time. Some good propagation and nice runs on the
other bands.

Many thanks to Angelo and his family for their great hospitality. I enjoyed my
visit very much.

73, Rich, N6KT
 
P4ØW(W2GD)   SOAB LP   14,185,9902012-03-28 13:09:05
Station: IC756ProII (95 watts) Win-Test Logging Software

Antennas: Force 12 C31XR @ 20M, 4 el 40M and 3 ele 80M wire beams @ 18M,
Cushcraft 40M rotatable dipole @ 23M, 2 el 40M wire beam @ 20M, and 160/80
Inverted-V @ 20M. RX Antennas: 250M beverage NE, 180M beverages NW, N/S, and
E/W.

A Contest Week Story:

I've operated the CQWPX PH only once from P40W, way back in 1999 when my 17.6M
SOAB HP effort was a distant second place finish to the 24.6M score amassed by
Rich, N6KT @ HC8A. It seemed 2012 might be a replay with Rich scheduled to
perform his magic from a new D4A location, and Carib locals 8P5A and P49Y on
their way south from W6-land. Hoping to join the exclusive W2SC/K0DQ club with
world high scores in all of the BIG SIX (both modes of CQWW, CQWPX and ARRL DX)
my planning shifted to a Low Power entry. The current LP record set in 2008 by
P40A/KK9A seemed potentially within reach with cooperative solar activity.

A very low $303.00 airfare (without taxes/fees) from NJ to Aruba about a month
before the contest and the promise of a tower painting gig at P49MR sealed the
deal! Non-radio comment: IMO the merger of Continental with United Airlines is
a total disaster. Loyal Continental customers have beome second class citizens
under the combined rewards program and there is new and pervasive "I don't
care" attitude by employees. Apparently my observations are shared by many
former Continental flyers.

Arrived early Tuesday afternoon for a week stay. Approaching the station it
was a relief to see both 20M high towers still standing (the far tower has
severe corrosion damage and is unclimbable beyond the lower guys). Quickly got
to work stretching out the ends of the 160/80 inverted Vs, laying out ~900 feet
of cables to the main antennas and NE and NW beverages, extending out the
catenary rope for the 2 el 40 wire beam to the US, and a quick tower climb to
release the manual brake on the mast just before dark. Later in the evening
confirmed my Icom transceiver survived the trip (in checked baggage) and the
primary antennas were all functional.

Objectives on day two: extend the NE beverage an additional 100 meters (off
the property to its normal contest configuration) erect the 80 and 40 meter
wire beams, and lay out cabling to connect the N/S and E/W beverages, which
essentially completed the pre-contest antenna work. The weather on Aruba this
time of year is quite pleasant. Temperatures were in the mid-80s F with
relatively low humidity (50%) and a near constant wind from the east. Worked
sunrise to sundown on these tasks, very fortunate to have some cloud cover.
Had to clear the path to the NE beverage of the new cactus growth since
November, and repaired two wire breaks. Erecting the inverted V wire beams
hung from the rope catenary between the two towers takes 4 hours and 1000 feet
of nylon string to pull away the element tips, and of course lots of walking.
Because of brush and cactus growth, more path trimming was needed to open
pathways in critical directions (it would be so nice to be able to go from
point A to B without zig-zagging and dodging cactus someday). Tests of the
wire beams and beverages later that evening showed the beams were providing the
normal/expected one s-unit of gain toward EU and the beverages were working.
BUT one observation of potential trouble - very loud line noise on 10M. This
time of year when it doesn't rain for long periods of time, salt buildup on
power line insulators is common. I started praying for rain! Unfortunately it
never did.

Enjoyed dinner with my island neighbor Andy, AE6Y/P49Y who had just arrived
from CA two hours earlier, and Lisandro, P43L and his XYL. After 12 hours of
fighting the cactus that pina colada I had with dinner hit the spot!

Finished up a few minor antenna adjustments early Thursday morning and headed
over toward P49MR's place on the NW end of the island. On the way stopped in
to visit with Carl and Sue (P49V/P40YL) and made arrangements for dinner that
evening. Finished out the day doing minor antenna maintenance and applying a
coat of primer paint on the most severly rusted portions of P49MR's seaside AN
Wireless 50 foot tower.

P49Y picked me up promptly at 7:10 p.m. and we headed to a buffet dinner at the
Raddison with P49V, P40YL, P43A, P43C, and visitor DF7ZS (P41P). Andy mentioned
a severe SWR problem with his 4 el F12 20 and that the T2X rotator on their 80'
tower which also turns the 2 ele 40 would only move in one direction. My
station was ready to go so we agreed to meet for breakfast early Friday morning
and see what could be repaired. It turned out a coax jumper on the 20M beam had
failed and the T2X had a bad motor winding and had to be replaced. A few hours
of effort on the tower and Andy was ready to rock and roll. Great score OM -
glad I could help out.

After a few hours sleep, I was ready....but the line noise was once again
raging on 10M. Decided to try 15M at the start, but quickly moved to 20. The
177 rate the first hour would be the best of the contest. Stuck it out another
hour on 20 before going to 40/80 for an hour before again returning to 20 for
another hour. But eventually 20 faded and had to slug it out on 40 and 80.
With Eu working Eu, it was difficult to get things going and the rate suffered.
Took my first break at 0800Z for 2.5 hours of sleep. Got up and operated ~45
mins at sunrise to put needed 40 and 80 qsos in the log. Then another 1.5
hours off, during the the predictable 11Z to 13Z Carib "lull" when USA is
beaming EU. The next three hours were slow on 15 and 10, but at 1600Z the rate
picked up as EU faded to the USA. Maintained a ~160 rate for the next six
hours, working primarily USA. The line noise went from nil to S-8 and I felt
like an alligator much of the time with the beam pointing at 70 degrees to
reduce the noise. Used the beverages on 10M whenever I could, but struggling
with low signal levels was wearing. Over the weekend the line noise easily cost
me 250Qs.

Took an hour off in the early evening Carib lull at 0100, then did my best to
put 40 and 80 meter qsos in the log. But conditions were noticably worse than
the first night, and sustained runs were hard to generate. Did S&P to keep
putting contacts in the log. Took another 1.5 hours off around 0400 then back
on for another hour of 40M, then off again until 10Z. Took advantage of
enhanced conditions on 80 and 40 at sunrise. Amazed to have a JA call in on 80
running just 95W. Off again 1100Z to 1300Z to finish up off-time and started an
11 hour sprint to the end. The first three hours were slow, again EU was
preoccupied workng Ws. But at 1600z rate improved to EU on 15, and then at
1800Z ten meters opened to EU and then the US with sustainable runs of
relatively loud signals (at least loud enough to overcome the line noise). At
20Z decided to operate largely 20M with the hope of enhanced multiplier
production from EU (this strategy seemed to work). At various times between
2230 and 2330 did some S&P sprints on 10/15/20 for South American mults (added
about 30 in the process). Wrapped things up on 20, my last QSO being JT5DX for
PFX number 1105...a very nice way to end the weekend.

In retrospect, conditions were good but not great last weekend. A solar
disturbance for about 24 hours (beginning 16 hours into the contest which drove
the K index to 4) subdued 15M propagation the first day, effectively closing
polar paths on 10, 15 and 20, and introducted significant absorption on 40 and
80. Fortunately conditions improved part way into the second day but the damage
was done. Ten and fifteen meters were significantly improved to SA on Sunday.

One highlight of the contest was being called by a significant number of very
young operators. It's wonderful to see parents and grandparents encouraging
these activities.

Following a post-contest tradition on Aruba, we all met at Tony Roma's
Restaurant for dinner. It was a surprise to find Mike, K9NW sitting at the
table, being on Aruba for business. We traded scores, contest stories, had a
great evening (some good food too).

Andy, P49Y came by early Monday morning and helped me take down the wire beams
and roll up the ~1800 feet of feedlines which make P40W tick. TNX OM! Then it
was off to P49MR to apply the 2nd coat of paint to his tower. Tuesday morning I
gave my good tower a quick coat of paint before heading to the plane.

Thanks to all of the stations made the effort to get on the air for CQWPX PH
and congrats to the stations and operators world-wide who generated both large
and small scores.

73,

John, W2GD aka P40W
 
PU5BIA(@PU5AOS)   SOSB10 LP   192,6402012-03-28 16:51:58
MY FIRST WPX THANK YOU TO ALL FOR CONTACTS
BEATRIZ PU5BIA
 
VE7YU   SOSB80 LP   11,1282012-03-28 17:32:16
Tough going with low dipole and 100w.
Wx too nice to spend indoors during the day!
 
NH7A   SOAB HP   11,229,1202012-03-28 21:33:04
On Friday I had 1 QSO on 80. I thought the four square was connected to the
dummy load instead of the system. Saturday was not great either.
15 was good to Europe but missed the LP.
No Europe on 10 this year.
Glad to work a lot of folks I have known over the years and many thanks to all
whose call and made it into the log.
 
ED1C   M/S HP   2,074,2722012-03-28 22:34:33
Although not properly operation set up, we has great fun and thrill. Nice
conditions on higher bands. The final result was quit a surprise for the
station conditions. The last hour was amazing. Meet you all on next edition(s).
 
3Z6V(SP6DVP)   SOSB10 HP   221,2802012-03-28 22:41:01
3Z6V Contest Call SP6DVP
FT 1000 MP Mark V
PA ZZ-750
Ant. 5 el yagi by SP3GEM
LOG N1MM
3Z6V QSL via SP6DVP ( qrz.com )
 
LX7I(LX2A)   SOAB HP   13,004,2922012-03-28 23:37:37
This was my last contest with the old setup.A lot of new antennas will be
installed in the next weeks. A completely new antenna switching system will it
make much more easy to switch rotate the antennas.

I had many problems in this contest and due to a power failure I had to quit
the contest 3 hours before the end of the contest.

I hope to be back for the WPX CW with the new antennas and hopefully better
signal.

thanks for working me,

73s de Philippe LX2A / LX7I
 
E73ESP(E72SIE)   SO(A)SB80 HP   1,200,4322012-03-29 03:58:49
Nice contest for me.

Equipment : FT1000MP+ PA 1500W+ inverted V antena 15m high

Lots of greetings and cu agn in other contest. 73!
 
9A1JSB(9A7ZZ)   SO(A)SB80 LP   565,1282012-03-29 05:11:57
"strong" Kenwood 430 !!! with vertical oblong for 80.Nothing more!!
 
YT8WW   SOSB80 LP   734,2502012-03-29 05:46:56
Competition was done with good old FT 707, which was repaired a few days before
contesT.At 1200 meters above sea level European stations were heard fantastic,
there was no noise or any other interference. The antennas are this time worked
with a fantastic column of 12 meters. Thanks to everyone who answered my CQ
call.

73 Pedja YT8WW
WEST SERBIA CONTEST TEAM
 
JQ1BVI   SO(A)AB HP   4,008,6562012-03-29 06:13:03
<Time Chart>

1Day| 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 22 23|Sub
----+-------------------------------------------------------------------+----
3.5| - - - - - - - - - 9 - 13 5 9 - 1 1 - 2 - - -| 40
7| - - - - - - - - - 40 2 13 52 12 1 2 12 2 11 6 - -| 153
14| 1 1 - 15 12 - - - 7 3 - - - 14 - 21 15 2 - 21 9 -| 121
21| 72 39 48 31 34 64 50 18 37 2 - - - - - - - - - 11 11 20| 437
28| 14 16 14 6 30 14 29 41 6 - - - - - - - - - - - 4 21| 195
----+-------------------------------------------------------------------+----
Tol | 87 56 62 52 76 78 79 59 50 54 2 26 57 35 1 24 28 4 13 38 24 41| 946

2Day| 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 22 23|Tol
----+-------------------------------------------------------------------+----
3.5| - - - - - - - - - - 2 2 9 3 - - 1 - - - - -| 57
7| - - - - - - - - - 5 40 2 1 20 - - 6 - 4 - - -| 231
14| 6 4 4 9 2 5 - - - - 10 - 1 10 - 13 17 - - - - -| 202
21| 29 36 39 2 29 50 38 21 69 44 - 40 16 - - - - - 1 52 69 47|1019
28| 10 4 1 4 5 5 8 23 3 - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 3| 264
----+-------------------------------------------------------------------+----
Tol | 45 44 44 15 36 60 46 44 72 49 52 44 27 33 0 13 24 0 5 54 70 50|1773
 
KE3X(@N3HBX)   M/2 HP   16,188,8552012-03-29 06:58:18
Thanks, again, to John, N3HBX, for letting us use his terrific station for the
WPX! Our usual steadfast leader, Mark, KD4D, could not be present this year,
so I was asked to step in for him. Big shoes to fill. So, if you missed the
presence of KD4D in the test, that is the reason. Ken, KE3X, was kind enough
to lend us his call. Thanks to all for the Q's! - Rol, K3RA
 
H2T(5B4XF)   SOSB10 HP   3,934,2722012-03-29 09:09:41
Disappointing conditions in general except a few good runs. JA received the most
QSOs while propagation to North America was inexistent, with only 12 stations in
the log.

Thanks to everyone for calling. Congratulations to the top scorers for the
great numbers.

Paris 5B4XF / H2T
 
AY5F(@LU5FC)   M/S HP   19,072,8202012-03-29 11:51:14
I'm very happy for the work done in the first participation of this season in
the category M / S.
We thank the operators (friends) who were over the weekend.
Towards a long time since we met with Daniel (LU5FD), René (LU7HN) and Marcelo
(LU7HF) in conducting a contest. Emphasize the participation of Diego (LU6FHO)
for the first time participating in an international competition of these
characteristics.

We hope to see you soon.

Greetings to all and congratulations to all participating stations.

JESUS ​​RUBIO - LU5FC (AY5F)
 
OH8X   M/S HP   11,906,2862012-03-29 14:02:57
Great to be back operating from Arcala now that the SSN is higher! All
operators: LB3HC, LA7JO, CU2DX, CU2CE had a great time and a lot of fun (as
usual from OH8X - Arcala).

Thanks to OH2BH, OH8NC and OH6KN for hosting us! Also thanks to the rest of the
Arcala team for making this possible!

This time we also had time to take some HD video and wide angle pictures of the
station.

Plusses:
=========
This time we had relatively good conditions up here at 65 degrees north
latitude in the ice and snow.

No significant technical issues were experienced.

This station station is professionally built by the extremely skilled guys in
the Arcala team. Kudos!

The Arcala antenna park is nothing less than extreme.

It was nice running with the new Yaesu FT DX 5000. Yaesu did it again!


Minuses:
=========
We were likely affected by aurora at several time periods during the contest
that affected rates. We were unable to achieve runs at 40 and 80 to DX
locations and that resulted in that the DX runs was worked on 20 and 15. That
cost us 6-3=3 points per DX QSO and our average QSO points were below target.

Our target was to beat OH10X from 2011 and we wkd more mults, but somewhat less
QSOs corrected by the QSOs/36*48 factor due to condx and latitude (claimed
score). In fact 40 meter did not give good DX propagation at all. OH10X is
approx 500 km to the south.

We lost power due to a power company outage / spike at night and lost control
over all tower rotators and the voice keyer. It took several hours to correct
this.

Summary:
=========
WOW! What a station and what a team. Contesting has got a new meaning.
Updated pictures will be posted at http://www.lb3hc.net

On behalf of the team
LB3HC
Marius
 
HI3TEJ   SOSB10 LP   975,3452012-03-29 18:39:33
Tnxs for all qsos,
just a single band entry because
the station been operated by the new Dominican contester from Santo Domingo
HI8LAM, Luis Mena fb, and wish you Good Luck. Just few hours running on 10 at
the time he were calling in other bands and also a couples of hundreds qsos
using 2 element SDVA,
Didn't know how great this antenna works?
Amazing propagation on 10,

God bless you all and see you in the next pile

73's
Ted, HI3TEJ
 
KP2DX   M/S LP   727,1682012-03-29 19:01:37
First wpx contest from my qth in this class as multioperators single
transmitter. best of all that the second operator was my son MARCOS NP2KM on
his first contest ever. this was the best way to celebrate his amateur license
upgrade. Too my surprise he manage the pileups like a pro. we did a partime
operation due to work. thanks to all who contact us during the contest. til
next one....cq contest de ...kp2bh
 
ZL3IO   SOAB(TS) LP   6,525,9182012-03-29 20:05:06
Have you ever thought of contesting or DXing from New Zealand? Look at an
azimuthal map and draw a circle line at 9000 km. What you will see is a lot of
blue water, a few islands, Antarctica & Australia. Google Earth allows you to
zoom out out into the space and visualises this nicely. There is not a single
major radio population with in this area! There are potentially 200 QSO
partners in the 9000 km radius. 9000km is half the way to the antipodes. Japan
is closer to Europe than it is to ZL. The North American west coast (our entry
point into the continent) is also closer to Europe than to New Zealand.
Australia or Hawaii is distance wise like working Central/South Africa from
Europe. That alone makes contesting hard enough from here. But additionally we
are outside of any of the main beam directions between NA/JA/EU.

This was my first full time contest from this QTH.
When I heard that Dave was going to take part from the ZM1A station as ZL/VO1AU
I was really scared and not sure what category to start.
I know that my hill top location at the Ocean is an advantage but I did not
trust it for a direction competition and went for LP knowing it would mean a
lot of S&P.

15m conds were increadible good compared to the last 2 weeks. The band was open
24 hours! The downside for us in the southern hemisphere is that EU/NA/AS are
busy working each other and they don’t look for the few multis from here.
It is just disappointing when e.g. KP2MM starts calling CQ with a S9 signal on
top you. No offense, he obviously did not hear me and I tried to get him for a
few minutes. That stuff happened a couple of times. RC9O was 20-40 db over S9
here on most bands and I could not get through until I met him on 10m.
My strategy had to be different running LP and would highly depend on the high
band opening. The only chance for me to differentiate and get reasonable rates
where on the high bands if I get noticed somehow. Usually for the WPX 40m would
be the band of choice whenever open. 40m gives you double points meaning even at
half of the run rate you make the same result. No run rates with 100W and with
S&P you are done after 20min with the band. The next time it take only 15min
etc.
I was jumping like twice an hour to 40m trying to get some new stations and
spent the rest of the time on 20/15/10m. I made my last EU's on 10m (SP) around
local midnight before the band finally closed. At around local midnight I was
able to get a bit of a run into Western EU on 15m SP till 2-3 am local time.
Signals were extremely loud. I worked 5 watts stations in DL & G that were S7
on my K3!!! So I must have been loud there as well. When I was done on 15m the
same game happened on 20m. I could not get anywhere on 20m LP in the evening
when Dave and my other ZL mates where busy working EU long path. But I
got my 20m runs between 3-6 am. This is related to my location which favors
short path skips due to the terrain slope (hill top and it fall steep down
towards USA/EU short path).
I never got any run into NA on 15m in the local mornings. This is usually 'easy
as' but EU was still open and before the pathe EU-NA closed JA-NA was open. I
guess I made about 50 NA stations only on 15m! I called them without reply. 15m
in my log is about 40% EU, 50% Asia (JA, BY, HL, UA9/0) & 10% VK's. I worked
probably more VK's than USA here.
My secret weapon was 10m. No good opening between EU-NA-JA but the North -South
related paths were well open. That played to my favor and I could run here for
hours towards NA & JA. I only changed in between a few times to 15m checking
the band 10 min for some new multis. Luckily I mostly could get back to the
same frequency on 10m.

Again I was calling CQ as long as I could keep a frequency and doing S&P with
the second receiver while listening into the empty noise on the left ear. This
way I at least could keep a 40-60 Q's/h rate most of the time and I got heaps
of multis. I never worked so many SA stations in any contest. Same for VK's and
BY's.

It was hard work but after all I’m positively surprised with what I could
achieve.

Highlight:
EB8AH was heard all the time on 15 & 10m.
I worked about 100 stations from South-Western Europe long path on 10m.
I worked the D44AC on 15m during his NA pile up,
(Down: I could not get through to V55V and he was so loud here....crazy)
C6AGB called me and gave me no 1. A lot of nice Central America/Carib. came in.

ZL1T called me on Sunday and I said "thank you" for the ZL1 multiplier. A
second later he returned with his ZM1ANH call.
My mate Gary, ZL2IFB called me an hour before contest end. He was just back
from a trip to VK3. I told him a ZM4 would be good and he came back with his
ZM4G call and no. 1.
When I called DM6DX on 10m he was obviously more than surprised to get a ZL
into the log. DM6 was needed here as well Robby!

Lowlights:
Not really, Sure I could not get everyone I heard but that is life with LP,
hey?

Thanks for the contacts and hope to see a few of you in Visalia next month.
Otherwise we hear in the WPX CW.
73 HOLGER, ZL3IO
 
8P5A(W2SC)   SOAB HP   25,656,5132012-03-29 20:52:21
The contest culminated a two week trip that included a family wedding in
Liverpool and some planned business meetings elsewhere in Europe. By the time
my wife Kathleen and I reached Barbados, we were very tired and my contest
motivation was low. Fortunately, 80 and 160 are not critical in this contest
so there were no temporary antennas to install.

The antennas checked out just fine upon our arrival as nothing had failed since
the ARRL SSB weekend. To avoid lugging equipment around Europe, I did not bring
as much stuff back home after the ARRL contest and the station was left mostly
intact. After sorting out a few intermittent connections, the station was
ready.

Unfortunately, I got off to a brutal start. Listening before the contest, I
could hear loud signals on 15, but did not want to start there in case the band
died after a few minutes. However, as I tried to warm up, 20 sounded awful.
Nonethess, I decided to open on 20 and it was very slow. After 8 q's in 5
minutes, I jumped to 15 and made about 130 Q's in the next half hour before the
band closed. Then it was back to 20 and I finished the hour at 220. Two years
ago, I did 330 in the first hour.

Over the years I have learned not to panic after a bad first hour as eventually
the propagation will favor me. As it turned out, it did not, and I had a very
poor first night. 80 was mostly a waste and the most productive time turned
out to be running EU low on 40. US activity on 40 seemed way down and I
eventually passed up the double points to run Europe at their sunrise for a
while. Around 830, it was time for my first break and I was well behind my QSO
rate of the last two years.

Saturday brought much better high band propagation than last year with solid
openings to EU on 10, 15 and 20. The only shortfall was that the 15 meter JA
opening was not as good as last year and I missed the mults. Nonetheless, I
clawed back to parity with last year's QSO number, but I beleived that my
percentage of 3 point EU Q's was up substantially over last year.

As darkness fell, I still had 8.5 hours of off time to take. I wanted to get
on by 12Z, so I had to wrap up by 330Z. It proved to be a difficult call as 40
was very productive and I added a bunch of double point Q's. Of particular note
was a very productive EU run on 40. It was a rare 40 meter EU run that was able
to sustain without being overtaken by QRM. I put about 200 more 6 pointers in
the log, something I did not do well last year. 40 to the US was also active
and it was very hard to pull the plug at 330. After much mental debate, I
decided to go ahead with my plan.

In my prior two year's rate sheets, the early hours on Sunday were weak. My
hope was that much better conditions this year would make them more productive
and propel me well above last year's score. I did a quick mult pass on 10 and
then opened up on 15. After a quick burst that raised my enthusiasm, it
quickly became a struggle and I only did about 85 in the 12Z hour, 50 less than
last year. The 13Z hour was also slow at 140.

I moved to 10 earlier than the day before and it was good to EU, increasing the
rate. The rest of the day was solid up until my last band change to 20 at 2230.
I simply could not blow a hole in the QRM and limped home. The only benefit is
that 20 was open to nearly everywhere and I put some good mults in the log right
up to the end of the contest.

When it was over, I had achieved my goal of breaking the NA record. Hopefully
it will stand up to the log checking.

Overall the contest had more than its share up ups and downs. The EU runs were
great, but the poor start, shutting down too early on Saturday night, and
folding at the end probably cost me a lot of points. Nonetheless, I overcame
my lack of motivation and had another enjoyable WPX contest.

Thanks to everybody for the Q's and to my wife Kathleen for all of her help

QSL via LoTW or NN1N

73, Tom W2SC
 
TI5N(W8QZA)   SOAB QRP   1,471,8702012-03-29 23:16:15
Rig: Elecraft K-2, 5 Watts output

Antennas at TI5KD:

4 el 10 M Quad up 25 meters

5 el 15 M Yagi up 25 meters

5 el 20 M Yagi up 22 meters

TH6 Tribander up 25 meters

A3 Tribander up 12 meters fixed 135 degrees

2 el 40 M Quad fixed at 20 degrees

80 M rotatable short dipole up 32 meters

80 M Loop with apex up 27 meters
_________________________________________________________

One of the most thrilling experiences in working a major contest from a DX
location like TI5N is calling CQ with 5 watts and having stations come back to
you. ...sometimes a LOT of stations come back to you!

509 or 46.4% of my Qs were by calling CQ. I have never calculated this
statistic before so I have nothing to compare it to. But it seemed like a lot.
I got this many Qs in about 8 hours. In other words, running stations gave me
46.4% of my Qs in 25% of my operating time. My max rate for an hour was 88
Qs/hour. Lousy for a LP or HP station, of course.

Oddly, my best Qs were all while CQing on 10 meters: SV, MU0GSY, 9H, V55V, and
ED9Z.

I managed to work 78 different DXCC countries and 26 Zones. Europe seemed to be
a struggle. Yet, in the end, Europe accounted for 193 QSOs or 17.6% of my Qs. 60
European Qs were on 10 Meters. Had I been home in San Diego, I doubt I'd have
made a single Q in Europe on 10 Meters.

On Sunday afternoon, it seemed that all I did for most of the afternoon was log
stations in the southeastern area of the USA on 10 Meters. I never got west of
KS or MN or MO. Lots of 2 point Qs but after a while almost no new mults!

Incredibly, I only worked two JA stations! One was at the very beginning of the
contest on 10 M abd the other at the very end on 15 Meters. I can't believe how
difficult it seems to be to work JA from Costa Rica!

It was another wonderful trip down to Keko's place and I enjoyed every minute!

73, and see you from home for last contest of the season season, CQ WPX CW.

...Bill Parker W8QZA - TI5N - W6QU
 
KH6CJJ   SOAB LP   689,6432012-03-30 01:08:44
TenTec Omni VII
Multiband Hex Beam at 20 feet
G5RV at 30 feet

Antenna restrictions really hurt score, but that's modern life. I still had a
great time! I was very disappointed with the poor conditions on 10. That is
the money band for low power/low antenna stations such as mine. Never had any
decent runs, almost everything S&P. 75% of my contacts were made between 2000
and 0400 UTC, so the rest of the time was very slow.

Thanks to all that put me in their logs, especially NX5M, NR6O, NY6N and WC6H
for five bands.

73 and Aloha, Kent
 
ED3X   M/S HP   12,008,6462012-03-30 01:08:59
Nice contest, with different propagation conditions during the week-end, as a
summary sunday was better than Sunday.

Thanks for your contacts

QSL via LOTW
 
TC3C(@TA3HM)   M/S HP   8,523,1522012-03-30 02:56:43
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CONTEST: CQ-WPX-SSB
CREATED-BY: AATest v.1.95
CALLSIGN: TC3C
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: MULTI-OP
CATEGORY-BAND: ALL
CATEGORY-MODE: SSB
CATEGORY-POWER: HIGH
CATEGORY-OVERLAY:
CATEGORY-ASSISTED: NON-ASSISTED
CATEGORY-TRANSMITTER: ONE
LOCATION: DX
EMAIL: TA3HM@MSN.COM
CLAIMED-SCORE: 8523152
OPERATORS: TA3HM TA3GO TA2FE
CLUB: TURKISH SPECIAL WIRELESS ACTIVITY TEAM
NAME: Hakan Mutlu, Can Okur, Emin Bora Demirel
ADDRESS: P.O. Box 13 Alsancak
ADDRESS: Izmir, 35220 Turkey
SOAPBOX: Thank you all for calls. That was our
SOAPBOX: first Multi-Operator event.
SOAPBOX: We had fun, hope you too...
SOAPBOX: 73 de TA3HM
QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0000 TC3C 59 001 DF2UU 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0003 TC3C 59 002 US5D 59 009

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0003 TC3C 59 003 DC6RI 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0004 TC3C 59 004 IR4X 59 007

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0005 TC3C 59 005 S50XX 59 010

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0006 TC3C 59 006 DM4X 59 008

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0007 TC3C 59 007 S51F 59 008

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0008 TC3C 59 008 UR5QUM 59 003

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0008 TC3C 59 009 IK0GDG 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0011 TC3C 59 010 DC9FO 59 002

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0011 TC3C 59 011 I8UZA 59 008

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0012 TC3C 59 012 M0VFC 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0012 TC3C 59 013 SQ5LTL 59 006

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0012 TC3C 59 014 DL5RU 59 005

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0013 TC3C 59 015 MM0LBX 59 004

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0013 TC3C 59 016 HA2NA 59 005

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0014 TC3C 59 017 II5PT 59 008

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0016 TC3C 59 018 S53OO 59 007

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0016 TC3C 59 019 9A3LE 59 003

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0016 TC3C 59 020 DJ0MCZ 59 016

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0017 TC3C 59 021 RU5A 59 019

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0017 TC3C 59 022 F2AR 59 015

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0018 TC3C 59 023 LY7A 59 032

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0020 TC3C 59 024 DG6J 59 017

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0021 TC3C 59 025 OK2ILD 59 008

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0021 TC3C 59 026 DL6NDW 59 016

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0022 TC3C 59 027 RV3ZN 59 014

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0023 TC3C 59 028 UZ2Q 59 018

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0023 TC3C 59 029 SN6F 59 021

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0024 TC3C 59 030 IK2LFF 59 012

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0025 TC3C 59 031 IR5A 59 060

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0026 TC3C 59 032 K1QS 59 030

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0026 TC3C 59 033 EV1R 59 038

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0028 TC3C 59 034 DG8NCO 59 009

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0029 TC3C 59 035 HB9EE 59 030

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0029 TC3C 59 036 RK6CC 59 006

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0029 TC3C 59 037 RL3A 59 117

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0030 TC3C 59 038 IK2SGL 59 004

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0030 TC3C 59 039 SP9PDF 59 016

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0031 TC3C 59 040 G5O 59 019

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0031 TC3C 59 041 UA4FEN 59 069

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0032 TC3C 59 042 EB3CW 59 054

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0033 TC3C 59 043 LY2MM 59 023

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0033 TC3C 59 044 DJ4DN 59 014

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0035 TC3C 59 045 ED3X 59 033

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0036 TC3C 59 046 NM2D 59 011

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0036 TC3C 59 047 YL4U 59 067

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0037 TC3C 59 048 SQ9CWO 59 009

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0038 TC3C 59 049 HB9WDY 59 005

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0039 TC3C 59 050 IZ1OMY 59 011

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0040 TC3C 59 051 LY2UU 59 022

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0041 TC3C 59 052 G2UEG 59 023

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0042 TC3C 59 053 OE5JSL 59 002

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0042 TC3C 59 054 SM4DQE 59 062

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0043 TC3C 59 055 I4XNN 59 024

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0043 TC3C 59 056 DF9OO 59 038

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0045 TC3C 59 057 OE2CAL 59 008

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0049 TC3C 59 058 RV9CBW 59 029

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0049 TC3C 59 059 TM7F 59 061

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0053 TC3C 59 060 9A7A 59 097

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0054 TC3C 59 061 TM0T 59 013

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0059 TC3C 59 062 WY3P 59 136

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0059 TC3C 59 063 K1LZ 59 124

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0101 TC3C 59 064 OM7M 59 121

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0102 TC3C 59 065 CR3A 59 113

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0106 TC3C 59 066 YM3KM 59 003

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0110 TC3C 59 067 RN3ZIN 59 008

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0111 TC3C 59 068 OM2DT 59 002

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0111 TC3C 59 069 RN4NF 59 022

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0115 TC3C 59 070 SP5VYI 59 019

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0116 TC3C 59 071 UT1IM 59 039

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0117 TC3C 59 072 RT4RO 59 159

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0120 TC3C 59 073 UT7LW 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0120 TC3C 59 074 OE7PGI 59 030

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0121 TC3C 59 075 IZ0PMV 59 016

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0122 TC3C 59 076 SP5X 59 025

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0123 TC3C 59 077 PA1NL 59 035

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0123 TC3C 59 078 SP8CGU 59 024

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0124 TC3C 59 079 UD3D 59 078

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0125 TC3C 59 080 OK2KOJ 59 065

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0127 TC3C 59 081 OK1MDK 59 052

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0128 TC3C 59 082 US0HZ 59 097

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0128 TC3C 59 083 R8MD 59 046

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0130 TC3C 59 084 LY9Y 59 135

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0130 TC3C 59 085 SN1J 59 056

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0131 TC3C 59 086 UD4FD 59 036

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0133 TC3C 59 087 RN6MA 59 032

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0134 TC3C 59 088 UX1IM 59 017

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0135 TC3C 59 089 OK6Y 59 093

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0135 TC3C 59 090 IO2Z 59 072

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0135 TC3C 59 091 EW5W 59 103

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0136 TC3C 59 092 IF9A 59 073

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0136 TC3C 59 093 DF5MA 59 077

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0136 TC3C 59 094 S57SU 59 033

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0137 TC3C 59 095 DL7UKA 59 007

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0137 TC3C 59 096 RW6HJV 59 036

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0138 TC3C 59 097 DD9WG 59 039

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0138 TC3C 59 098 ES9C 59 250

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0138 TC3C 59 099 IB1B 59 073

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0139 TC3C 59 100 N2RJ 59 068

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0139 TC3C 59 101 RW4WA 59 068

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0140 TC3C 59 102 W1WLW 59 037

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0141 TC3C 59 103 NA3M 59 072

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0141 TC3C 59 104 LY2ER 59 046

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0141 TC3C 59 105 EA5AX 59 033

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0142 TC3C 59 106 UA9FAR 59 002

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0143 TC3C 59 107 UA4W 59 098

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0143 TC3C 59 108 9A22P 59 236

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0145 TC3C 59 109 OM7AB 59 091

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0147 TC3C 59 110 NE1C 59 042

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0147 TC3C 59 111 S52BT 59 046

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0148 TC3C 59 112 IK4CLF 59 054

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0148 TC3C 59 113 UY7MM 59 124

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0148 TC3C 59 114 SP9HZF 59 011

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0149 TC3C 59 115 UR5MD 59 050

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0149 TC3C 59 116 S57DX 59 106

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0149 TC3C 59 117 S56FQC 59 006

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0150 TC3C 59 118 DA0T 59 008

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0151 TC3C 59 119 R3KM 59 139

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0151 TC3C 59 120 R3ZV 59 053

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0151 TC3C 59 121 SJ2W 59 110

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0152 TC3C 59 122 IZ6KFH 59 042

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0152 TC3C 59 123 SQ7A 59 060

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0153 TC3C 59 124 UA4PAN 59 055

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0153 TC3C 59 125 DM9K 59 097

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0154 TC3C 59 126 NN5J 59 287

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0156 TC3C 59 127 RG5A 59 046

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0157 TC3C 59 128 PI4W 59 082

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0158 TC3C 59 129 RN7F 59 200

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0201 TC3C 59 130 OL4A 59 199

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0203 TC3C 59 131 TM6M 59 286

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0205 TC3C 59 132 ED1R 59 225

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0207 TC3C 59 133 DG7BST 59 025

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0209 TC3C 59 134 UR4U 59 120

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0210 TC3C 59 135 PA6B 59 065

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0211 TC3C 59 136 R9SD 59 035

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0212 TC3C 59 137 UX0RR 59 104

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0212 TC3C 59 138 UT5RB 59 049

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0213 TC3C 59 139 S56CW 59 150

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0214 TC3C 59 140 IZ1TYP 59 011

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0215 TC3C 59 141 HA4SG 59 040

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0216 TC3C 59 142 SQ1PTO 59 015

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0218 TC3C 59 143 UT7UU 59 011

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0220 TC3C 59 144 YL3FT 59 109

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0221 TC3C 59 145 EA4LU 59 011

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0222 TC3C 59 146 DK4WO 59 035

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0224 TC3C 59 147 EU6AF 59 121

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0225 TC3C 59 148 IZ2QGH 59 030

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0226 TC3C 59 149 UA4NDX 59 037

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0227 TC3C 59 150 UT5UUV 59 059

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0228 TC3C 59 151 CT2IOV 59 053

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0230 TC3C 59 152 UT6EE 59 091

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0231 TC3C 59 153 OE3K 59 209

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0233 TC3C 59 154 F6CFT 59 003

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0239 TC3C 59 155 RC6U 59 191

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0242 TC3C 59 156 EE7L/1 59 074

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0246 TC3C 59 157 EW6DM 59 018

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0248 TC3C 59 158 US7IY 59 078

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0249 TC3C 59 159 LY5I 59 084

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0249 TC3C 59 160 EN1C 59 117

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0250 TC3C 59 161 UR5AMJ 59 032

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0251 TC3C 59 162 UY2UQ 59 116

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0254 TC3C 59 163 OH3FOG 59 080

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0256 TC3C 59 164 RM3F 59 315

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0257 TC3C 59 165 R7MM 59 155

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0259 TC3C 59 166 EC7ZK 59 144

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0259 TC3C 59 167 RU5TT 59 088

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0300 TC3C 59 168 UR5MD 59 188

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0301 TC3C 59 169 DM2SR 59 057

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0303 TC3C 59 170 RT4F 59 410

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0303 TC3C 59 171 EC2DX 59 270

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0304 TC3C 59 172 R1AY 59 029

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0304 TC3C 59 173 S57W 59 085

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0305 TC3C 59 174 OH5Z 59 168

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0306 TC3C 59 175 DR2P 59 035

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0307 TC3C 59 176 IQ1BD 59 050

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0307 TC3C 59 177 OK2BXE 59 142

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0308 TC3C 59 178 EA3GTJ 59 098

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0309 TC3C 59 179 SP2KPD 59 127

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0309 TC3C 59 180 DK2WU 59 066

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0310 TC3C 59 181 UT7VR 59 061

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0310 TC3C 59 182 RM5D 59 239

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0310 TC3C 59 183 OH6K 59 040

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0311 TC3C 59 184 RW1CW 59 210

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0312 TC3C 59 185 3V8BB 59 318

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0313 TC3C 59 186 UT0VE 59 003

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0313 TC3C 59 187 SP2QOT 59 032

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0314 TC3C 59 188 YM7KA 59 227

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0314 TC3C 59 189 RU6YJ 59 006

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0315 TC3C 59 190 OK1CID 59 095

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0315 TC3C 59 191 US5UZ 59 026

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0316 TC3C 59 192 UR5XFQ 59 017

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0317 TC3C 59 193 VC8Z 59 067

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0319 TC3C 59 194 RL3ZH 59 136

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0321 TC3C 59 195 US6IKV 59 051

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0322 TC3C 59 196 EW8DD 59 208

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0322 TC3C 59 197 IT9ESW 59 166

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0323 TC3C 59 198 OM4C 59 194

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0324 TC3C 59 199 UA1CEI 59 189

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0324 TC3C 59 200 9A209L 59 049

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0327 TC3C 59 201 IN3EIS 59 006

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0327 TC3C 59 202 SQ8NZB 59 065

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0328 TC3C 59 203 RA4CVT 59 034

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0328 TC3C 59 204 RZ3DV 59 124

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0329 TC3C 59 205 S50A 59 199

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0329 TC3C 59 206 DH0GHU 59 140

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0330 TC3C 59 207 UT3RS 59 005

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0330 TC3C 59 208 UR5ETN 59 093

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0331 TC3C 59 209 ER4LX 59 138

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0331 TC3C 59 210 ES2TI 59 053

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0332 TC3C 59 211 DL0P 59 096

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0333 TC3C 59 212 DL9OLI 59 114

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0334 TC3C 59 213 9A2UU 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0335 TC3C 59 214 IQ1RY 59 183

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0336 TC3C 59 215 DL1YAF 59 047

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0336 TC3C 59 216 DJ8OG 59 252

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0337 TC3C 59 217 IO5O 59 308

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0337 TC3C 59 218 UU2CW 59 106

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0337 TC3C 59 219 OE1WWL 59 016

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0338 TC3C 59 220 S55VM 59 047

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0339 TC3C 59 221 OK1CLD 59 127

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0339 TC3C 59 222 DR7B 59 089

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0340 TC3C 59 223 DR1A 59 494

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0341 TC3C 59 224 EE3T 59 257

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0341 TC3C 59 225 YT7R 59 221

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0342 TC3C 59 226 DL1VTL 59 006

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0342 TC3C 59 227 LY2SA 59 139

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0342 TC3C 59 228 IV3IYH 59 004

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0343 TC3C 59 229 G0D 59 068

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0343 TC3C 59 230 DL4ZA 59 002

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0344 TC3C 59 231 UT5PY 59 033

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0345 TC3C 59 232 DQ4W 59 359

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0345 TC3C 59 233 UA2FT 59 002

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0347 TC3C 59 234 IQ6RS 59 186

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0349 TC3C 59 235 EA5FCN 59 003

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0350 TC3C 59 236 EA5HSI 59 096

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0350 TC3C 59 237 PD5JFK 59 020

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0351 TC3C 59 238 OK1UG 59 009

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0352 TC3C 59 239 WP4MPV 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0352 TC3C 59 240 DL9GS 59 021

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0353 TC3C 59 241 DG8FAY 59 041

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0353 TC3C 59 242 SN7H 59 206

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0354 TC3C 59 243 DK4GC 59 049

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0355 TC3C 59 244 RL3QCQ 59 007

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0355 TC3C 59 245 UT0U 59 251

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0355 TC3C 59 246 US5UT 59 073

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0356 TC3C 59 247 IR6T 59 309

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0356 TC3C 59 248 EU1AZ 59 293

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0357 TC3C 59 249 P33W 59 567

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0357 TC3C 59 250 S51A 59 357

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0358 TC3C 59 251 ES1LSD 59 005

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0359 TC3C 59 252 SV5DKL 59 234

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0400 TC3C 59 253 OK2BRS 59 025

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0400 TC3C 59 254 DL4GBA 59 007

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0401 TC3C 59 255 UT8QQ 59 031

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0401 TC3C 59 256 SZ1A 59 238

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0402 TC3C 59 257 ES5MG 59 045

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0402 TC3C 59 258 RX1CQ 59 231

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0403 TC3C 59 259 DK1KC 59 002

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0404 TC3C 59 260 RA3YDA 59 050

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0404 TC3C 59 261 E73MJ 59 007

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0407 TC3C 59 262 EI6JK 59 061

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0408 TC3C 59 263 LY1VP 59 029

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0410 TC3C 59 264 UA4NC 59 038

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0410 TC3C 59 265 UA1CUR 59 059

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0410 TC3C 59 266 F4GTD 59 005

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0411 TC3C 59 267 LN7H 59 083

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0412 TC3C 59 268 SP6OPZ 59 048

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0415 TC3C 59 269 E77TA 59 104

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0415 TC3C 59 270 ED3B 59 061

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0415 TC3C 59 271 UA3ABJ 59 129

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0416 TC3C 59 272 IQ0RM 59 033

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0416 TC3C 59 273 IR9P 59 085

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0417 TC3C 59 274 SO6I 59 096

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0419 TC3C 59 275 EW7BR 59 162

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0420 TC3C 59 276 SP1MWN 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0421 TC3C 59 277 LY6A 59 288

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0422 TC3C 59 278 YT0A 59 094

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0422 TC3C 59 279 RL6MA 59 105

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0423 TC3C 59 280 ON4CRD 59 064

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 0424 TC3C 59 281 IK2VFW 59 041

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0432 TC3C 59 282 YL5W 59 019

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0434 TC3C 59 283 UZ2Q 59 027

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0435 TC3C 59 284 PI4DX 59 009

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0435 TC3C 59 285 SH7DX 59 003

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0436 TC3C 59 286 EW8DD 59 276

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0437 TC3C 59 287 RT5K 59 128

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0439 TC3C 59 288 DL8AAE 59 004

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0440 TC3C 59 289 OG3P 59 009

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0442 TC3C 59 290 SQ5NWD 59 089

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0443 TC3C 59 291 UT3RS 59 037

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0444 TC3C 59 292 DL9LM 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0445 TC3C 59 293 DL0P 59 157

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0446 TC3C 59 294 EW5W 59 278

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0447 TC3C 59 295 PA6B 59 119

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0449 TC3C 59 296 DL9ZP 59 020

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0449 TC3C 59 297 SP5VYI 59 102

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0450 TC3C 59 298 UT4UEG 59 004

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0451 TC3C 59 299 PD0ROC 59 101

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0451 TC3C 59 300 SN3B 59 155

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0453 TC3C 59 301 UT5RB 59 118

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0453 TC3C 59 302 US0TA 59 020

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0454 TC3C 59 303 DL9ZWG 59 010

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0454 TC3C 59 304 RY3F 59 045

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0455 TC3C 59 305 UT0U 59 324

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0457 TC3C 59 306 UX0RR 59 200

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0457 TC3C 59 307 RK4HYT 59 175

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0458 TC3C 59 308 EA3GTJ 59 033

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0501 TC3C 59 309 DL0WW 59 030

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0501 TC3C 59 310 OK6RA 59 019

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0502 TC3C 59 311 OK1NI 59 056

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0502 TC3C 59 312 UT0VE 59 045

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0503 TC3C 59 313 DF2AJ 59 053

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0505 TC3C 59 314 US5D 59 284

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0505 TC3C 59 315 IQ2DN 59 028

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0506 TC3C 59 316 SP8CGU 59 081

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0507 TC3C 59 317 LY8O 59 075

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0509 TC3C 59 318 DL1630Y 59 016

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0510 TC3C 59 319 OZ5FM 59 004

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0512 TC3C 59 320 LY2MM 59 207

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0512 TC3C 59 321 DL9OLI 59 163

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0514 TC3C 59 322 OK1HEH 59 096

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0515 TC3C 59 323 IZ2SRK 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0521 TC3C 59 324 S53MM 59 507

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0521 TC3C 59 325 OK2KOJ 59 266

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0525 TC3C 59 326 S53M 59 113

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0526 TC3C 59 327 UR3HC 59 051

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0527 TC3C 59 328 DQ4W 59 470

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0528 TC3C 59 329 PE2LZ 59 021

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0529 TC3C 59 330 UV5EEO 59 161

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0530 TC3C 59 331 IQ6RS 59 223

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0532 TC3C 59 332 SQ1EIC 59 006

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0532 TC3C 59 333 IN3HUU/QRP 59 010

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0532 TC3C 59 334 IR4M 59 442

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0533 TC3C 59 335 UT3I 59 077

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0533 TC3C 59 336 UW5IM 59 415

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0534 TC3C 59 337 HG1S 59 096

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0534 TC3C 59 338 HB9EE 59 329

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0534 TC3C 59 339 RU3DM 59 057

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0535 TC3C 59 340 DG3NEC 59 009

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0535 TC3C 59 341 IZ0PAU 59 030

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0536 TC3C 59 342 UT5ERV 59 143

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0536 TC3C 59 343 DQ8N 59 037

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0537 TC3C 59 344 II0K 59 010

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0538 TC3C 59 345 HB9RJG 59 005

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0539 TC3C 59 346 DL9GWD 59 007

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0540 TC3C 59 347 G2W 59 390

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0542 TC3C 59 348 SP3LPG 59 014

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0543 TC3C 59 349 DL2YCA 59 022

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0543 TC3C 59 350 9A7A 59 026

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0545 TC3C 59 351 S57CI 59 004

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0546 TC3C 59 352 UR5XFQ 59 074

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0546 TC3C 59 353 S57ZT 59 011

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0548 TC3C 59 354 SN9V 59 302

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0548 TC3C 59 355 OK2PBG 59 005

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0549 TC3C 59 356 DL8MAS 59 101

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0550 TC3C 59 357 VK8AA 59 145

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0551 TC3C 59 358 SP9PDF 59 025

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0551 TC3C 59 359 YM3KM 59 176

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0551 TC3C 59 360 DL1JW 59 156

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0552 TC3C 59 361 EE7NL 59 024

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0553 TC3C 59 362 DK2OY 59 453

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0554 TC3C 59 363 CQ7A 59 004

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0555 TC3C 59 364 OK7PN 59 006

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0555 TC3C 59 365 N4WZ 59 142

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0556 TC3C 59 366 RY3D 59 242

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0556 TC3C 59 367 IQ1RY 59 014

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0558 TC3C 59 368 SN6F 59 076

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0600 TC3C 59 369 DL4GBA 59 069

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0600 TC3C 59 370 OK2KR 59 042

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0602 TC3C 59 371 OK2SGY 59 060

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0602 TC3C 59 372 E74ACL 59 080

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0602 TC3C 59 373 EB8AH 59 291

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0603 TC3C 59 374 UT7Y 59 050

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0606 TC3C 59 375 DL6JI 59 024

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0606 TC3C 59 376 HB9ARF 59 095

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0607 TC3C 59 377 OM7AB 59 251

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0608 TC3C 59 378 IR4X 59 421

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0609 TC3C 59 379 JY4NE 59 014

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0610 TC3C 59 380 IZ5RKC 59 015

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0610 TC3C 59 381 KJ4JTQ 59 012

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0611 TC3C 59 382 YO8SSB 59 036

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0611 TC3C 59 383 DR1A 59 203

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0612 TC3C 59 384 IR9Y 59 159

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0612 TC3C 59 385 RO3DX 59 162

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0613 TC3C 59 386 R9UT 59 157

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0614 TC3C 59 387 LY2CO 59 044

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0614 TC3C 59 388 NS0I 59 049

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0614 TC3C 59 389 HB9EYP 59 008

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0615 TC3C 59 390 OK1CLD 59 146

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0616 TC3C 59 391 IK2HAB 59 006

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0616 TC3C 59 392 DD9NT 59 006

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0617 TC3C 59 393 SP1RC 59 016

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0617 TC3C 59 394 DR5N 59 018

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0618 TC3C 59 395 SP1QXK 59 015

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0618 TC3C 59 396 S58D 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0619 TC3C 59 397 DL4OCE 59 005

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0619 TC3C 59 398 S53R 59 070

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0620 TC3C 59 399 OM3TB 59 018

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0621 TC3C 59 400 9A205ST 59 057

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0621 TC3C 59 401 OK2ZI 59 340

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0621 TC3C 59 402 EF7W 59 012

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0623 TC3C 59 403 IZ2FKB 59 004

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0625 TC3C 59 404 S50XX 59 441

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0633 TC3C 59 405 OH6OS 59 019

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0635 TC3C 59 406 R3DL 59 060

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0637 TC3C 59 407 OZ1KKH 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0638 TC3C 59 408 EU2DX 59 211

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0638 TC3C 59 409 LY2DM 59 026

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0639 TC3C 59 410 LY4OO 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0639 TC3C 59 411 EA3GI 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0640 TC3C 59 412 EE7Y 59 026

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0640 TC3C 59 413 YL3AGV 59 035

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0640 TC3C 59 414 7S0X 59 035

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0641 TC3C 59 415 EE1W 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0642 TC3C 59 416 V51YJ 59 032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0643 TC3C 59 417 ES2IPA 59 153

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0644 TC3C 59 418 ON4LT 59 135

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0645 TC3C 59 419 EA4EUI 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0645 TC3C 59 420 RG5A 59 201

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0646 TC3C 59 421 LY6A 59 419

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0648 TC3C 59 422 DK2OY 59 502

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0648 TC3C 59 423 YL4U 59 640

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0649 TC3C 59 424 ON4CRD 59 101

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0649 TC3C 59 425 OH1TD 59 024

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0650 TC3C 59 426 TM1T 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0651 TC3C 59 427 OH4MM 59 022

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0653 TC3C 59 428 ZS5SAM 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0654 TC3C 59 429 F1AGR 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0654 TC3C 59 430 G5O 59 022

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0655 TC3C 59 431 G0VXE 59 031

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0656 TC3C 59 432 PA6V 59 237

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0656 TC3C 59 433 LY5R 59 050

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0657 TC3C 59 434 ED5L 59 009

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0657 TC3C 59 435 SP1RKT 59 055

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0658 TC3C 59 436 RA3QJ 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0658 TC3C 59 437 DM5DX 59 013

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0659 TC3C 59 438 LX1SG 59 073

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0701 TC3C 59 439 EF3E 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0701 TC3C 59 440 OH6GTX 59 058

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0702 TC3C 59 441 WL7E 59 643

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0702 TC3C 59 442 RG3K 59 812

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0703 TC3C 59 443 UA4HDB 59 053

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0703 TC3C 59 444 RW3DU 59 135

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0704 TC3C 59 445 ON3AR 59 091

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0704 TC3C 59 446 OH1F 59 173

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0705 TC3C 59 447 RM3TO 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0706 TC3C 59 448 SQ1K 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0706 TC3C 59 449 DG7JB 59 043

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0706 TC3C 59 450 RT9S 59 267

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0708 TC3C 59 451 DL8ZAW 59 103

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0709 TC3C 59 452 MW0ATI 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0711 TC3C 59 453 UD4FD 59 181

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0712 TC3C 59 454 EE3R 59 037

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0713 TC3C 59 455 KL7AIR 59 265

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0713 TC3C 59 456 RA1APV 59 032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0714 TC3C 59 457 ES7GN 59 036

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0716 TC3C 59 458 DP6T 59 033

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0718 TC3C 59 459 DO3KMF 59 024

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0719 TC3C 59 460 YM3KM 59 231

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0719 TC3C 59 461 OZ2BKK 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0720 TC3C 59 462 RZ1AZ 59 021

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0722 TC3C 59 463 RA3FD 59 029

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0723 TC3C 59 464 DL0UM 59 436

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0723 TC3C 59 465 DO8TB 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0724 TC3C 59 466 LA7GNA 59 098

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0724 TC3C 59 467 U1BB 59 082

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0724 TC3C 59 468 DL5JS 59 024

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0725 TC3C 59 469 SK3PY 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0725 TC3C 59 470 E03DX 59 223

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0726 TC3C 59 471 SP2HMN 59 007

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0727 TC3C 59 472 EI9HX 59 102

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0727 TC3C 59 473 PA8N 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0728 TC3C 59 474 SM4YPT 59 021

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0728 TC3C 59 475 OP4A 59 170

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0729 TC3C 59 476 F6FOR 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0730 TC3C 59 477 M0TQR 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0730 TC3C 59 478 DL9OHA 59 032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0731 TC3C 59 479 YL3DR 59 082

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0732 TC3C 59 480 OH3FOG 59 226

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0733 TC3C 59 481 OH6K 59 101

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0734 TC3C 59 482 CQ7A 59 009

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0735 TC3C 59 483 G4TTS 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0735 TC3C 59 484 DO1YHN 59 102

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0736 TC3C 59 485 DL5ZAA 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0737 TC3C 59 486 DL8LR 59 176

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0739 TC3C 59 487 DL1NKS 59 243

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0740 TC3C 59 488 F1SM 59 009

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0740 TC3C 59 489 DC9ZP 59 060

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0741 TC3C 59 490 DD6PS 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0742 TC3C 59 491 G5M 59 018

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0742 TC3C 59 492 PA3MET 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0744 TC3C 59 493 EA3GTJ 59 063

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0744 TC3C 59 494 HB8CSA 59 637

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0744 TC3C 59 495 OH2KW 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0744 TC3C 59 496 EB5BB 59 008

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0745 TC3C 59 497 DL9OLI 59 263

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0747 TC3C 59 498 DF9PG 59 054

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0747 TC3C 59 499 DL2YCA 59 075

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0748 TC3C 59 500 EA5MON 59 008

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0749 TC3C 59 501 SQ1EIA 59 045

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0750 TC3C 59 502 G3WXX 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0751 TC3C 59 503 RL3QWA 59 118

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0752 TC3C 59 504 OH9GGY 59 009

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0753 TC3C 59 505 DL0JBB 59 122

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0755 TC3C 59 506 RA8T 59 225

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0755 TC3C 59 507 PA1PE 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0755 TC3C 59 508 DO8WA 59 155

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0756 TC3C 59 509 ES6RMR 59 039

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0756 TC3C 59 510 LY7A 59 122

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0756 TC3C 59 511 RA1AFR 59 076

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0757 TC3C 59 512 DK5D 59 032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0757 TC3C 59 513 LA5LJA 59 047

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0758 TC3C 59 514 UA9YK 59 073

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0758 TC3C 59 515 RA1AJF 59 024

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0759 TC3C 59 516 DL3BRA 59 020

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0800 TC3C 59 517 M0CKX 59 027

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0801 TC3C 59 518 DO2DP 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0801 TC3C 59 519 YL2PJ 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0802 TC3C 59 520 LN5O 59 210

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0802 TC3C 59 521 RU5TT 59 331

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0803 TC3C 59 522 EI2CN 59 221

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0803 TC3C 59 523 YL2IP 59 028

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0803 TC3C 59 524 DL2A 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0804 TC3C 59 525 DH1YAE 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0805 TC3C 59 526 F4GDI 59 078

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0807 TC3C 59 527 EA5AER 59 221

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0808 TC3C 59 528 HB9CIC 59 060

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0809 TC3C 59 529 DO4VPF 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0810 TC3C 59 530 DL2JAB 59 005

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0811 TC3C 59 531 ON4VDV 59 128

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0812 TC3C 59 532 F4GWY 59 018

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0813 TC3C 59 533 HB9RJG 59 088

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0813 TC3C 59 534 DG1IU 59 052

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0813 TC3C 59 535 DK4WO 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0814 TC3C 59 536 OQ4B 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0815 TC3C 59 537 F6GYF 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0816 TC3C 59 538 RV9CBW 59 358

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0816 TC3C 59 539 F5POJ 59 139

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0817 TC3C 59 540 EB5KT 59 087

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0818 TC3C 59 541 DL9GS 59 107

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0819 TC3C 59 542 F4FFH 59 051

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0819 TC3C 59 543 ES1LS 59 155

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0820 TC3C 59 544 F4CPF 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0821 TC3C 59 545 DL5FCY 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0821 TC3C 59 546 PA9WOR 59 027

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0823 TC3C 59 547 UB9AAJ 59 094

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0823 TC3C 59 548 UA3VFS 59 151

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0823 TC3C 59 549 F1BHB 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0823 TC3C 59 550 DP7D 59 145

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0824 TC3C 59 551 ON4DN 59 068

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0824 TC3C 59 552 DJ9MH 59 091

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0824 TC3C 59 553 SV8GXQ 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0825 TC3C 59 554 F1RHS 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0825 TC3C 59 555 PA3FOE 59 033

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0826 TC3C 59 556 SN1J 59 148

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0827 TC3C 59 557 EI8GQB 59 361

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0827 TC3C 59 558 EF2O 59 270

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0827 TC3C 59 559 DK8FA 59 030

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0829 TC3C 59 560 G4FFE 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0829 TC3C 59 561 ED5Z 59 005

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0830 TC3C 59 562 SP1MVW 59 049

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0830 TC3C 59 563 SQ1RMM 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0832 TC3C 59 564 PG2AA 59 042

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0832 TC3C 59 565 DJ7JC 59 026

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0832 TC3C 59 566 ED1G 59 243

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0833 TC3C 59 567 DO1RGI 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0833 TC3C 59 568 DG3NEC 59 084

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0834 TC3C 59 569 7Z1CQ 59 035

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0835 TC3C 59 570 OT5A 59 149

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0835 TC3C 59 571 EC1DBO 59 346

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0835 TC3C 59 572 F1AEY 59 124

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0836 TC3C 59 573 RN4HAB 59 205

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0836 TC3C 59 574 SK7OA 59 009

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0836 TC3C 59 575 SI3A 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0837 TC3C 59 576 DA0T 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0837 TC3C 59 577 EE1B 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0838 TC3C 59 578 RA3NC 59 189

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0839 TC3C 59 579 G0TRB 59 042

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0839 TC3C 59 580 RF9C 59 1366

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0840 TC3C 59 581 EA3XL 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0840 TC3C 59 582 ES9C 59 1164

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0841 TC3C 59 583 EA3GYK 59 022

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0842 TC3C 59 584 EE1D 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0843 TC3C 59 585 RA9JB 59 046

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0845 TC3C 59 586 EA4AOC/P 59 028

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0845 TC3C 59 587 PA0JNH 59 025

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0846 TC3C 59 588 LY2CO 59 115

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0846 TC3C 59 589 PA9CC 59 041

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0847 TC3C 59 590 DJ1JM 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0847 TC3C 59 591 DJ0BS 59 005

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0848 TC3C 59 592 UN8GV 59 824

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0849 TC3C 59 593 F5BBD 59 256

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0849 TC3C 59 594 ES1XQ 59 223

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0849 TC3C 59 595 PE1OXS 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0850 TC3C 59 596 F4DSK 59 263

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0850 TC3C 59 597 F2AR 59 303

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0852 TC3C 59 598 ES8SX 59 018

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0852 TC3C 59 599 OO7W 59 099

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0852 TC3C 59 600 OZ2PBS 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0853 TC3C 59 601 UA3AIU 59 189

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0853 TC3C 59 602 LY1DJ 59 077

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0855 TC3C 59 603 SA6P 59 152

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0856 TC3C 59 604 SK6HD 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0857 TC3C 59 605 F6CZV 59 005

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0859 TC3C 59 606 OO4O 59 040

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0859 TC3C 59 607 LA9OSA 59 052

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0900 TC3C 59 608 GM7A 59 241

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0900 TC3C 59 609 DO2FWW 59 009

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0901 TC3C 59 610 EI80IRTS 59 239

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0903 TC3C 59 611 PA2GRU 59 020

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0903 TC3C 59 612 DJ8LX 59 049

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0904 TC3C 59 613 DO7MAN 59 007

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0905 TC3C 59 614 F5TLZ 59 073

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0905 TC3C 59 615 DL8AAE 59 024

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0905 TC3C 59 616 OZ1PIF 59 008

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0906 TC3C 59 617 UA3BL 59 415

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0906 TC3C 59 618 CT1EVE 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0907 TC3C 59 619 DL0SLS/P 59 008

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0908 TC3C 59 620 DF3EH 59 133

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0910 TC3C 59 621 DF5BM 59 035

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0911 TC3C 59 622 EA2LMI 59 327

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0914 TC3C 59 623 SE6E 59 094

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0914 TC3C 59 624 DF7EF 59 158

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0915 TC3C 59 625 DC1EP 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0917 TC3C 59 626 EF2F 59 101

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0919 TC3C 59 627 EA1EMB 59 032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0919 TC3C 59 628 LY1NDN 59 085

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0922 TC3C 59 629 DG4UF 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 0922 TC3C 59 630 EE8Z 59 452

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0925 TC3C 59 631 9A3WX 59 060

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0926 TC3C 59 632 YO5OBA 59 221

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0927 TC3C 59 633 OM3YCA 59 101

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0928 TC3C 59 634 OE1SSS 59 022

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0929 TC3C 59 635 9A203XM 59 003

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0932 TC3C 59 636 OM4O 59 173

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0934 TC3C 59 637 9A2AA 59 022

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0935 TC3C 59 638 4X1DF 59 003

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0935 TC3C 59 639 OM1DK 59 076

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 0937 TC3C 59 640 YU1BM 59 017

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0943 TC3C 59 641 EI100T 59 024

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0943 TC3C 59 642 OR1Z 59 231

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0944 TC3C 59 643 CN2R 59 989

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0945 TC3C 59 644 OT5A 59 076

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0945 TC3C 59 645 ED4A 59 138

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0946 TC3C 59 646 CR3A 59 105

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0946 TC3C 59 647 CT2IVH 59 076

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0947 TC3C 59 648 OQ5M 59 327

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0948 TC3C 59 649 A61ZX 59 579

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0949 TC3C 59 650 EE1W 59 037

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0949 TC3C 59 651 EC2DX 59 902

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0950 TC3C 59 652 TM4W 59 137

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0950 TC3C 59 653 RT4RO 59 1170

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0951 TC3C 59 654 UA9AL 59 420

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0953 TC3C 59 655 UP9L 59 600

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0953 TC3C 59 656 A73A 59 458

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0954 TC3C 59 657 RT9S 59 426

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0954 TC3C 59 658 ED1C 59 342

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0955 TC3C 59 659 RW4WA 59 574

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0956 TC3C 59 660 EE2K 59 570

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0957 TC3C 59 661 ED9Z 59 125

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0958 TC3C 59 662 EE3T 59 718

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0958 TC3C 59 663 EA5AER 59 363

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 0959 TC3C 59 664 G8DYT 59 041

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1000 TC3C 59 665 PA9X 59 030

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1001 TC3C 59 666 ED5D 59 162

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1001 TC3C 59 667 A71EM 59 1169

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1002 TC3C 59 668 F5VKT 59 191

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1003 TC3C 59 669 DR1A 59 142

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1004 TC3C 59 670 PW7T 59 043

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1004 TC3C 59 671 PC2T 59 149

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1006 TC3C 59 672 DR5N 59 023

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1007 TC3C 59 673 G6PZ 59 063

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1009 TC3C 59 674 F6DZU 59 312

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1009 TC3C 59 675 MM0ZBH 59 041

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1009 TC3C 59 676 PA0JHS 59 004

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1010 TC3C 59 677 M0OXO 59 007

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1010 TC3C 59 678 G0TSM 59 010

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1010 TC3C 59 679 EA5HJO 59 034

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1010 TC3C 59 680 PE2K 59 006

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1011 TC3C 59 681 EA4EUI 59 127

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1012 TC3C 59 682 PA0WTO 59 009

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1012 TC3C 59 683 F4GLQ 59 013

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1013 TC3C 59 684 PD0AG 59 009

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1014 TC3C 59 685 ON3AR 59 142

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1014 TC3C 59 686 F4FFH 59 220

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1014 TC3C 59 687 UA9CBM 59 074

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1014 TC3C 59 688 F4FQZ 59 074

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1015 TC3C 59 689 EI4GXB 59 001

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1015 TC3C 59 690 RV4LC 59 025

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1015 TC3C 59 691 GW4EVX 59 027

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1016 TC3C 59 692 PE0NYJ 59 066

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1016 TC3C 59 693 OO4O 59 102

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1017 TC3C 59 694 LA3BPA 59 099

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1017 TC3C 59 695 G0D 59 225

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1018 TC3C 59 696 LA1DSA 59 073

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1018 TC3C 59 697 TM78O 59 093

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1019 TC3C 59 698 GM4ZJI 59 007

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1019 TC3C 59 699 ON6NL 59 057

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1020 TC3C 59 700 ED1G 59 320

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1020 TC3C 59 701 G0LZX 59 049

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1021 TC3C 59 702 G1PIR 59 011

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1021 TC3C 59 703 SM4DQE 59 422

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1021 TC3C 59 704 M0TXS 59 066

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1021 TC3C 59 705 SM4YPT 59 055

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1022 TC3C 59 706 ED5W 59 156

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1022 TC3C 59 707 EA3CEC 59 035

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1022 TC3C 59 708 EA3DWX 59 005

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1023 TC3C 59 709 F2AR 59 333

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1023 TC3C 59 710 PD0MLO 59 013

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1024 TC3C 59 711 PA6V 59 336

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1024 TC3C 59 712 G3RWL 59 011

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1025 TC3C 59 713 ZS1LS 59 026

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1025 TC3C 59 714 ZS1A 59 262

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1026 TC3C 59 715 G4DJC 59 058

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1026 TC3C 59 716 M0MXX 59 061

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1027 TC3C 59 717 GM4JR 59 018

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1028 TC3C 59 718 CT7ABG 59 145

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1028 TC3C 59 719 PA3DBS 59 082

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1028 TC3C 59 720 G4IIY 59 023

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1029 TC3C 59 721 G0VXE 59 149

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1030 TC3C 59 722 MU0GSY 59 090

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1030 TC3C 59 723 F6KBF 59 002

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1031 TC3C 59 724 2E1GOP 59 002

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1032 TC3C 59 725 G0TAN 59 007

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1032 TC3C 59 726 LA5LJA 59 160

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1033 TC3C 59 727 EA2LMI 59 363

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1034 TC3C 59 728 M3GWO 59 011

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1035 TC3C 59 729 2E0EBM 59 004

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1035 TC3C 59 730 RF9C 59 1707

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1035 TC3C 59 731 G6NHU 59 105

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1036 TC3C 59 732 RX0AE 59 379

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1036 TC3C 59 733 EA2WD 59 011

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1036 TC3C 59 734 M1BWT 59 004

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1037 TC3C 59 735 RA4WC 59 197

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1038 TC3C 59 736 EA5EOR 59 060

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1038 TC3C 59 737 RU5TT 59 541

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1039 TC3C 59 738 EI3KE 59 007

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1039 TC3C 59 739 EA5AX 59 194

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1039 TC3C 59 740 G5O 59 052

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1039 TC3C 59 741 GM0BKC 59 006

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1040 TC3C 59 742 2E0CBP 59 017

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1040 TC3C 59 743 G0VUH 59 503

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1040 TC3C 59 744 RV4LS 59 032

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1041 TC3C 59 745 GW1VDW 59 003

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1041 TC3C 59 746 2E0WJC 59 015

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1043 TC3C 59 747 M6TOK 59 028

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1046 TC3C 59 748 GW8NBI 59 120

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1046 TC3C 59 749 EI7JZ 59 028

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1046 TC3C 59 750 2E0TGS 59 001

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1047 TC3C 59 751 EI5JQ 59 033

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1047 TC3C 59 752 G1KFB 59 005

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1048 TC3C 59 753 G4ZCW 59 049

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1050 TC3C 59 754 PY7ZBK 59 066

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1051 TC3C 59 755 UA4FEN 59 719

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1054 TC3C 59 756 5D5A 59 1359

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1056 TC3C 59 757 G2W 59 760

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1056 TC3C 59 758 OH8X 59 1261

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1057 TC3C 59 759 EI8GQB 59 498

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1058 TC3C 59 760 RV9DC 59 401

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1100 TC3C 59 761 B7P 59 784

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1100 TC3C 59 762 EE7H 59 164

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1101 TC3C 59 763 EA4ETW 59 327

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1102 TC3C 59 764 EE7L/1 59 259

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1102 TC3C 59 765 M0VKL 59 064

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1103 TC3C 59 766 M0UTD 59 186

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1105 TC3C 59 767 UN7MMM 59 522

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1106 TC3C 59 768 HZ1DG 59 174

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1108 TC3C 59 769 ED1R 59 114

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1111 TC3C 59 770 9K2HN 59 1422

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1112 TC3C 59 771 RA9FEL 59 246

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1112 TC3C 59 772 EB8AH 59 386

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1113 TC3C 59 773 EA7JB 59 138

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1114 TC3C 59 774 ES2MC 59 239

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1117 TC3C 59 775 CS2P 59 660

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1118 TC3C 59 776 UA9DR 59 021

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1119 TC3C 59 777 2E0CNL 59 021

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1120 TC3C 59 778 OH2EO 59 011

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1121 TC3C 59 779 G6SFP 59 005

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1121 TC3C 59 780 SM0R 59 077

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1121 TC3C 59 781 U1BD 59 218

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1122 TC3C 59 782 M1JJK 59 018

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1122 TC3C 59 783 RW1CW 59 591

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1123 TC3C 59 784 RV1AP 59 012

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1123 TC3C 59 785 RZ1AN 59 025

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1124 TC3C 59 786 M0PNN 59 017

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1124 TC3C 59 787 UA4NC 59 158

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1125 TC3C 59 788 UP2L 59 1591

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1125 TC3C 59 789 ON3JR 59 005

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1126 TC3C 59 790 M0ILT 59 031

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1127 TC3C 59 791 GM1KHU 59 019

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1128 TC3C 59 792 G8CMU 59 005

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1128 TC3C 59 793 OG4T 59 300

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1129 TC3C 59 794 A61BK 59 238

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1129 TC3C 59 795 OH1MRR 59 041

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1130 TC3C 59 796 GM5M 59 118

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1131 TC3C 59 797 RV1CC 59 012

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1132 TC3C 59 798 RV1AE 59 170

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1132 TC3C 59 799 UP0L 59 1788

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1133 TC3C 59 800 G1WEV 59 006

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1133 TC3C 59 801 RV9WND 59 144

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1134 TC3C 59 802 ZS1ACH 59 023

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1135 TC3C 59 803 M0WAG 59 029

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1137 TC3C 59 804 CQ9T 59 1077

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1137 TC3C 59 805 G0CER 59 068

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1138 TC3C 59 806 G7WIR 59 086

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1138 TC3C 59 807 SM6NOC 59 109

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1138 TC3C 59 808 RA3NC 59 291

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1139 TC3C 59 809 OZ/DL1OJ 59 011

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1140 TC3C 59 810 RK9DC 59 224

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1141 TC3C 59 811 EI9JU 59 065

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1141 TC3C 59 812 ZS6GRL 59 036

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1142 TC3C 59 813 ES1WST 59 033

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1142 TC3C 59 814 G8ZRE 59 095

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1142 TC3C 59 815 RW4WZ 59 091

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1143 TC3C 59 816 LA2HFA 59 090

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1144 TC3C 59 817 OH5BM 59 062

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1145 TC3C 59 818 EI5GSB 59 227

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1146 TC3C 59 819 OH9GGY 59 061

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1147 TC3C 59 820 MM0BQN 59 111

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1147 TC3C 59 821 CQ7A 59 022

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1148 TC3C 59 822 EA1OS 59 010

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1149 TC3C 59 823 CT2KFA 59 127

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1149 TC3C 59 824 EI4GNB 59 115

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1150 TC3C 59 825 LA6KOA 59 300

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1150 TC3C 59 826 LA8OKA 59 054

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1152 TC3C 59 827 M0XOC 59 004

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1154 TC3C 59 828 YB0NSI 59 251

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1157 TC3C 59 829 2W0ZJA 59 006

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1157 TC3C 59 830 CT1EOD 59 007

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1158 TC3C 59 831 CT1EGF 59 078

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1201 TC3C 59 832 ZS5NK 59 036

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1201 TC3C 59 833 EI9E 59 062

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1202 TC3C 59 834 R9FA 59 040

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1203 TC3C 59 835 UA4WAG 59 004

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1205 TC3C 59 836 RW4NN 59 159

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1206 TC3C 59 837 EF1W 59 196

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1207 TC3C 59 838 MU0FAL 59 004

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1208 TC3C 59 839 RW4NA 59 107

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1209 TC3C 59 840 EA1GT 59 149

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1210 TC3C 59 841 SZ6WB 59 001

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1210 TC3C 59 842 EE1D 59 045

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1211 TC3C 59 843 M0XUU 59 037

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1212 TC3C 59 844 G0WFH 59 002

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1213 TC3C 59 845 OH2BEN 59 068

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1214 TC3C 59 846 GM3YOR 59 018

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1215 TC3C 59 847 G4VMX 59 025

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1216 TC3C 59 848 LA5SAA 59 055

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1216 TC3C 59 849 EA7EPF 59 032

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1218 TC3C 59 850 RK9FYS 59 217

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1220 TC3C 59 851 ED7T 59 006

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1221 TC3C 59 852 EA7ESM 59 023

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1221 TC3C 59 853 GM8SBH 59 141

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1223 TC3C 59 854 R8ABC 59 078

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1224 TC3C 59 855 EI9FVB 59 063

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1224 TC3C 59 856 G3ZGC 59 057

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1225 TC3C 59 857 EA5EV 59 074

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1227 TC3C 59 858 GW0RYT 59 066

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1227 TC3C 59 859 RW9C 59 257

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1228 TC3C 59 860 RA9AP 59 002

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1228 TC3C 59 861 R9FR 59 299

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1229 TC3C 59 862 F1UJS 59 083

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1230 TC3C 59 863 G8AFN 59 147

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1231 TC3C 59 864 RF8R 59 381

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1232 TC3C 59 865 G4SGI 59 052

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1234 TC3C 59 866 EA5FCN 59 084

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-24 1235 TC3C 59 867 G4FKA 59 059

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1239 TC3C 59 868 IZ2ACD 59 449

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1242 TC3C 59 869 IR5X 59 318

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1243 TC3C 59 870 S50K 59 840

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1243 TC3C 59 871 SO2R 59 713

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1243 TC3C 59 872 DA2C 59 672

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1244 TC3C 59 873 E720RS 59 312

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1245 TC3C 59 874 MI0M 59 117

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1246 TC3C 59 875 RJ3FF 59 926

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1247 TC3C 59 876 7Z1TT 59 095

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1248 TC3C 59 877 CR3A 59 389

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1249 TC3C 59 878 II2S 59 671

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1250 TC3C 59 879 IZ1ANK 59 260

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1252 TC3C 59 880 SN7H 59 761

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1252 TC3C 59 881 S51AF 59 220

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1253 TC3C 59 882 S50G 59 705

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1255 TC3C 59 883 SP5GRM 59 261

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1256 TC3C 59 884 S57U 59 273

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1258 TC3C 59 885 IQ3UD 59 362

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1259 TC3C 59 886 II3D 59 025

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1300 TC3C 59 887 PD9X 59 210

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1301 TC3C 59 888 EE3T 59 979

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1301 TC3C 59 889 YT5CT 59 622

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1301 TC3C 59 890 OL9Z 59 802

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1302 TC3C 59 891 YT1R 59 535

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1303 TC3C 59 892 DM4X 59 176

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1305 TC3C 59 893 S57PKT 59 195

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1305 TC3C 59 894 IW2HAJ 59 839

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1306 TC3C 59 895 S53F 59 649

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1307 TC3C 59 896 S51A 59 1111

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1308 TC3C 59 897 YM7KA 59 1265

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1311 TC3C 59 898 IW7BIM 59 025

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1312 TC3C 59 899 HB9EZO 59 008

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1313 TC3C 59 900 G73MJ 59 003

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1314 TC3C 59 901 E73RB 59 037

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1314 TC3C 59 902 IK0VKL 59 008

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1315 TC3C 59 903 E73MJ 59 105

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1317 TC3C 59 904 II7U 59 116

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1319 TC3C 59 905 HG6C 59 241

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1320 TC3C 59 906 I2BPP 59 031

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1324 TC3C 59 907 RZ3VA 59 177

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1325 TC3C 59 908 IB1B 59 389

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1325 TC3C 59 909 RW4WA 59 775

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1326 TC3C 59 910 DL5GCH 59 086

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1326 TC3C 59 911 R3AR 59 100

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1327 TC3C 59 912 N4WW 59 469

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1328 TC3C 59 913 IK1BBC 59 073

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1328 TC3C 59 914 OG6N 59 584

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1329 TC3C 59 915 N3RD 59 358

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1329 TC3C 59 916 DF2SD 59 289

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1329 TC3C 59 917 DO2MX 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1330 TC3C 59 918 KE4BXR 59 029

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1330 TC3C 59 919 I4QN 59 261

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1331 TC3C 59 920 AB2DE 59 196

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1332 TC3C 59 921 K3SAE 59 080

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1334 TC3C 59 922 UF8T 59 123

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1334 TC3C 59 923 RU4SO 59 409

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1335 TC3C 59 924 UA4HOX 59 755

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1335 TC3C 59 925 SQ2WHH 59 369

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1335 TC3C 59 926 N3RR 59 536

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1336 TC3C 59 927 RX1CQ 59 601

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1336 TC3C 59 928 DL1ARJ 59 059

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1337 TC3C 59 929 DO7ADH 59 053

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1337 TC3C 59 930 ON6LR 59 177

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1338 TC3C 59 931 DC9FO 59 022

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1338 TC3C 59 932 NS1L 59 447

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1339 TC3C 59 933 ES6PA 59 139

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1339 TC3C 59 934 DB1CP 59 021

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1339 TC3C 59 935 N2BJ 59 435

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1340 TC3C 59 936 W4KA 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1340 TC3C 59 937 SJ7M 59 178

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1341 TC3C 59 938 DR2Q 59 120

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1342 TC3C 59 939 N9ISN 59 008

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1342 TC3C 59 940 R3MS 59 143

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1342 TC3C 59 941 DK4GC 59 206

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1344 TC3C 59 942 K5QXR 59 415

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1344 TC3C 59 943 RV9WND 59 159

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1344 TC3C 59 944 HB9ODK 59 347

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1345 TC3C 59 945 UA5D 59 029

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1346 TC3C 59 946 PA3BVP 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1346 TC3C 59 947 DL9NCR 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1346 TC3C 59 948 DM2DXA 59 049

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1346 TC3C 59 949 UA4CNJ 59 021

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1347 TC3C 59 950 SP1FPG 59 062

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1347 TC3C 59 951 OT1S 59 160

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1348 TC3C 59 952 DO1SJF 59 043

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1348 TC3C 59 953 OZ1HHH 59 018

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1348 TC3C 59 954 EA5AX 59 289

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1349 TC3C 59 955 PG1R 59 064

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1350 TC3C 59 956 OH3GZ 59 056

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1351 TC3C 59 957 DO3ME 59 023

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1351 TC3C 59 958 5P5X 59 067

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1351 TC3C 59 959 DL4SZB 59 232

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1352 TC3C 59 960 RN3BU 59 127

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1352 TC3C 59 961 DO1NPF 59 078

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1352 TC3C 59 962 SM0R 59 110

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1354 TC3C 59 963 DL6RBH 59 011

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1354 TC3C 59 964 DL8UAA 59 040

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1355 TC3C 59 965 IZ1FAL 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1355 TC3C 59 966 EB3JT 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1356 TC3C 59 967 WW2DX 59 1394

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1357 TC3C 59 968 UA3ABJ 59 384

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1357 TC3C 59 969 SM4DQE 59 572

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1357 TC3C 59 970 IK1RQQ 59 016

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1358 TC3C 59 971 HB9DPY 59 032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1400 TC3C 59 972 EA3DWX 59 013

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1400 TC3C 59 973 DC3HB 59 056

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1401 TC3C 59 974 F5DRD 59 028

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1402 TC3C 59 975 PA7AL 59 263

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1403 TC3C 59 976 RV1AE 59 213

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1403 TC3C 59 977 RZ3ABC 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1403 TC3C 59 978 K3WW 59 316

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1404 TC3C 59 979 HB9MXY 59 081

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1404 TC3C 59 980 K1QS 59 187

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1404 TC3C 59 981 W1AN 59 112

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1405 TC3C 59 982 SA7AHC 59 073

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1405 TC3C 59 983 DK7FP 59 074

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1406 TC3C 59 984 DC6GG 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1407 TC3C 59 985 DC6CZ 59 007

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1407 TC3C 59 986 UA4HBM 59 372

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1408 TC3C 59 987 DO3CAT 59 007

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1408 TC3C 59 988 TM3T 59 059

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1409 TC3C 59 989 4Z4K 59 093

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1409 TC3C 59 990 IZ1JLN 59 130

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1410 TC3C 59 991 ED5A 59 107

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1410 TC3C 59 992 F8VNU 59 023

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1410 TC3C 59 993 PI4W 59 111

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1411 TC3C 59 994 PA3ACA 59 105

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1413 TC3C 59 995 G0MSA 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1413 TC3C 59 996 DO8ABS 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1414 TC3C 59 997 G3YBO 59 047

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1415 TC3C 59 998 OJ0VM 59 105

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1416 TC3C 59 999 K5BUD 59 059

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1416 TC3C 59 1000 OU8A 59 097

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1417 TC3C 59 1001 F5ISY 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1417 TC3C 59 1002 RX4WX 59 076

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1418 TC3C 59 1003 DL8YH 59 089

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1418 TC3C 59 1004 DG3FK 59 528

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1420 TC3C 59 1005 N1DCM 59 022

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1421 TC3C 59 1006 ON3GEO 59 113

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1422 TC3C 59 1007 DF2UU 59 459

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1423 TC3C 59 1008 DG5KX 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1424 TC3C 59 1009 DL7GN 59 061

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1427 TC3C 59 1010 F/EA3ALZ 59 038

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1428 TC3C 59 1011 F4FSY 59 229

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1428 TC3C 59 1012 F4FLF 59 147

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1429 TC3C 59 1013 MM0AMW 59 070

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1429 TC3C 59 1014 G3XTT 59 060

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1430 TC3C 59 1015 PA6B 59 233

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1431 TC3C 59 1016 DL6JI/M 59 015

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1432 TC3C 59 1017 GM4JR 59 135

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1433 TC3C 59 1018 PA1TO 59 125

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1434 TC3C 59 1019 DO1YCL 59 200

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1436 TC3C 59 1020 DF9OB 59 011

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1437 TC3C 59 1021 RC9O 59 1782

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1437 TC3C 59 1022 PH0AS 59 018

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1438 TC3C 59 1023 DL0H 59 046

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1440 TC3C 59 1024 W5JDF 59 038

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1441 TC3C 59 1025 PA9LUC 59 122

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1442 TC3C 59 1026 GT8IOM 59 416

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1443 TC3C 59 1027 KI0HQ 59 126

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1446 TC3C 59 1028 DR5N 59 481

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1447 TC3C 59 1029 DH0GHU 59 396

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1448 TC3C 59 1030 ES2TT 59 067

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1449 TC3C 59 1031 PA5W 59 224

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1450 TC3C 59 1032 ON4KBZ 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1451 TC3C 59 1033 EA2DP 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1452 TC3C 59 1034 DF5BX 59 053

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1453 TC3C 59 1035 M0BLF 59 051

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1455 TC3C 59 1036 SF1WT 59 107

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1456 TC3C 59 1037 F5GGL 59 067

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1457 TC3C 59 1038 DK1YP 59 024

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1457 TC3C 59 1039 PA0DLF 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1458 TC3C 59 1040 HZ1HN 59 486

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1459 TC3C 59 1041 W2YC 59 425

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1500 TC3C 59 1042 U1BD 59 307

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1501 TC3C 59 1043 DF9FT 59 074

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1503 TC3C 59 1044 SM0BSO 59 327

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1504 TC3C 59 1045 G4CUS 59 151

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1505 TC3C 59 1046 DG4HZ 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1507 TC3C 59 1047 F6DZU 59 486

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1507 TC3C 59 1048 G0TAN 59 164

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1507 TC3C 59 1049 DC1JAG 59 145

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1509 TC3C 59 1050 PA3DBS 59 174

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1510 TC3C 59 1051 F1URL 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1510 TC3C 59 1052 PA3FLA 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1510 TC3C 59 1053 PA8KW 59 371

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1512 TC3C 59 1054 EA4GHB 59 088

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1514 TC3C 59 1055 PA5JSB 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1516 TC3C 59 1056 F8AEE 59 360

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1517 TC3C 59 1057 OZ2DB 59 170

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1518 TC3C 59 1058 RV3IC 59 092

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1519 TC3C 59 1059 EA3FF 59 060

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1521 TC3C 59 1060 PA3ATP 59 021

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1522 TC3C 59 1061 PA1VC 59 051

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1523 TC3C 59 1062 PE1MR 59 079

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1524 TC3C 59 1063 DO2LMG 59 051

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1527 TC3C 59 1064 5N7M 59 175

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1530 TC3C 59 1065 F4DPW 59 209

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1532 TC3C 59 1066 F9EW 59 029

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1533 TC3C 59 1067 DK5FT 59 039

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1534 TC3C 59 1068 LY3B 59 302

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1534 TC3C 59 1069 PA1NHZ 59 416

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1536 TC3C 59 1070 OH3DP 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1537 TC3C 59 1071 ON6EF 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1537 TC3C 59 1072 F5LIW 59 259

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1538 TC3C 59 1073 ON6BR 59 154

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1539 TC3C 59 1074 RL3A 59 2541

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1540 TC3C 59 1075 DO1KLE 59 007

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1540 TC3C 59 1076 RU3BA 59 314

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1541 TC3C 59 1077 UN0LE 59 121

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1543 TC3C 59 1078 UN7MMM 59 742

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1545 TC3C 59 1079 RV1AP 59 283

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1545 TC3C 59 1080 F8BUI 59 015

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1545 TC3C 59 1081 EE4K 59 788

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1546 TC3C 59 1082 PA7JWC 59 025

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1547 TC3C 59 1083 DG5DJ 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1548 TC3C 59 1084 EA4EF 59 092

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1548 TC3C 59 1085 EW6EW 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1549 TC3C 59 1086 PE1FTV 59 143

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1549 TC3C 59 1087 EB5CS 59 101

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1550 TC3C 59 1088 EA3FYD 59 036

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1552 TC3C 59 1089 PA100NOM 59 119

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1552 TC3C 59 1090 EB3WH 59 038

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1555 TC3C 59 1091 PE0NYJ 59 143

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1556 TC3C 59 1092 PE1LJS 59 018

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1557 TC3C 59 1093 PA8KM 59 115

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1559 TC3C 59 1094 M0MXX 59 163

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1600 TC3C 59 1095 UA3DUJ 59 174

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1600 TC3C 59 1096 M6TOK 59 104

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1601 TC3C 59 1097 OH2TL 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1602 TC3C 59 1098 PE0TS 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1603 TC3C 59 1099 LN7H 59 364

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1603 TC3C 59 1100 DK9VA 59 016

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1604 TC3C 59 1101 RU3DZ 59 040

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1605 TC3C 59 1102 DO3VE 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1605 TC3C 59 1103 RA1QY 59 056

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1606 TC3C 59 1104 ES7FU 59 064

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1608 TC3C 59 1105 PA0B 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1611 TC3C 59 1106 PE5HV 59 008

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1613 TC3C 59 1107 R9CB 59 509

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1614 TC3C 59 1108 PA0GJV 59 232

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1615 TC3C 59 1109 OZ1KVM 59 166

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1616 TC3C 59 1110 M1JJK 59 129

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1617 TC3C 59 1111 DJ6DO 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1618 TC3C 59 1112 DL1SVA 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1618 TC3C 59 1113 F5PAL 59 188

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1620 TC3C 59 1114 RA2FU 59 019

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-24 1620 TC3C 59 1115 DL8ZP 59 015

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1626 TC3C 59 1116 A61K 59 064

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1627 TC3C 59 1117 YT4A 59 350

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1629 TC3C 59 1118 UX2MK 59 118

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1629 TC3C 59 1119 UW5ZM 59 389

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1631 TC3C 59 1120 LZ9W 59 452

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1637 TC3C 59 1121 RN3DMU 59 1082

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1637 TC3C 59 1122 UT0LK 59 402

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1638 TC3C 59 1123 UR8QR 59 082

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1639 TC3C 59 1124 UX2MF 59 265

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1645 TC3C 59 1125 RZ9WU 59 119

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1647 TC3C 59 1126 RA4FP 59 003

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1647 TC3C 59 1127 US4IRT 59 033

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1648 TC3C 59 1128 RA3SI 59 171

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1648 TC3C 59 1129 UT0MJ 59 122

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1649 TC3C 59 1130 DM50UEA 59 496

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1650 TC3C 59 1131 UV1GW 59 086

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 1652 TC3C 59 1132 OK2KFK 59 192

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1714 TC3C 59 1133 SP9AQF 59 486

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1715 TC3C 59 1134 RL3A 59 2830

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1716 TC3C 59 1135 HG7T 59 531

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1716 TC3C 59 1136 RM5D 59 629

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1716 TC3C 59 1137 RU6YK 59 115

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1718 TC3C 59 1138 US1I 59 1537

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1719 TC3C 59 1139 HA8JV 59 1171

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1720 TC3C 59 1140 ED9Z 59 483

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1721 TC3C 59 1141 9K2HN 59 2232

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1722 TC3C 59 1142 HG3R 59 1283

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1723 TC3C 59 1143 IZ2UST 59 128

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1723 TC3C 59 1144 EA5DFV 59 1064

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1728 TC3C 59 1145 IR5A 59 1035

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1729 TC3C 59 1146 UA5A 59 1641

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1729 TC3C 59 1147 DL0UM 59 945

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1733 TC3C 59 1148 UR5EFL 59 061

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1735 TC3C 59 1149 JH1CTQ 59 036

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1735 TC3C 59 1150 EA4AK 59 481

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1737 TC3C 59 1151 RG5A 59 450

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1738 TC3C 59 1152 4J5A 59 218

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1738 TC3C 59 1153 YB1C 59 106

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1739 TC3C 59 1154 HS0ZJU 59 705

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1740 TC3C 59 1155 UR5RP 59 369

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1740 TC3C 59 1156 UA6GF 59 232

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1741 TC3C 59 1157 SP8BOZ 59 126

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1742 TC3C 59 1158 OZ2BKK 59 180

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1742 TC3C 59 1159 EA1FDI 59 1045

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1742 TC3C 59 1160 RN3ZIN 59 126

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1743 TC3C 59 1161 IZ1UJH 59 019

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1743 TC3C 59 1162 R7MP 59 202

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1744 TC3C 59 1163 IV3IDP 59 037

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1744 TC3C 59 1164 RD3QA 59 079

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1745 TC3C 59 1165 IW9FI 59 231

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1745 TC3C 59 1166 9M8Z 59 1442

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1746 TC3C 59 1167 US5ISV 59 149

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1747 TC3C 59 1168 UA4CNZ 59 612

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1747 TC3C 59 1169 RK3DU 59 061

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1748 TC3C 59 1170 RA2FU 59 047

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1749 TC3C 59 1171 SQ9NKK 59 263

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1751 TC3C 59 1172 IZ1UJM 59 303

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1751 TC3C 59 1173 S54ZZ 59 444

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1754 TC3C 59 1174 IZ0EUS 59 084

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1755 TC3C 59 1175 LY4T 59 378

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1755 TC3C 59 1176 UA1ZLN 59 224

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1756 TC3C 59 1177 DL6TA 59 214

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1756 TC3C 59 1178 IR7R 59 170

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1757 TC3C 59 1179 UA8WAA 59 566

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1758 TC3C 59 1180 PC3H 59 086

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1759 TC3C 59 1181 DL5AWE 59 054

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1800 TC3C 59 1182 PE1OXS 59 041

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1800 TC3C 59 1183 OK2RVM 59 344

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1801 TC3C 59 1184 IR0R 59 345

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1801 TC3C 59 1185 US5UO 59 374

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1803 TC3C 59 1186 DK1KC 59 366

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1805 TC3C 59 1187 RX9JD 59 197

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1806 TC3C 59 1188 RL3DZ 59 115

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1806 TC3C 59 1189 RV9UP 59 1050

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1806 TC3C 59 1190 JH8BOE 59 049

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1807 TC3C 59 1191 RV4AS 59 045

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1808 TC3C 59 1192 JF2VVQ 59 037

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1808 TC3C 59 1193 EU1AZ 59 908

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1809 TC3C 59 1194 UA3RF 59 334

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1809 TC3C 59 1195 PE1MR 59 122

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1810 TC3C 59 1196 SP5DRE 59 046

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1811 TC3C 59 1197 RT9YA 59 328

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1812 TC3C 59 1198 LX1NO 59 118

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1814 TC3C 59 1199 RD4WM 59 220

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1814 TC3C 59 1200 K1LZ 59 1466

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1814 TC3C 59 1201 M0UTD 59 484

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1816 TC3C 59 1202 PX7C 59 664

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1818 TC3C 59 1203 JA1AFI 59 083

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1821 TC3C 59 1204 F5LMJ 59 011

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1822 TC3C 59 1205 IZ3QCH 59 127

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1823 TC3C 59 1206 RT4F 59 4944

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1827 TC3C 59 1207 DP6T 59 676

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1829 TC3C 59 1208 B7M 59 949

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1833 TC3C 59 1209 HF3A 59 1552

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1836 TC3C 59 1210 EE1W 59 948

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1837 TC3C 59 1211 ED1R 59 759

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1838 TC3C 59 1212 SP6YAQ 59 632

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1841 TC3C 59 1213 EW8CY 59 255

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1843 TC3C 59 1214 EA5URV 59 367

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1843 TC3C 59 1215 OK1BB 59 219

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1844 TC3C 59 1216 OE2FKM 59 007

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1844 TC3C 59 1217 OK1DPU 59 128

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1845 TC3C 59 1218 UN2E 59 441

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1847 TC3C 59 1219 E21EIC 59 647

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1850 TC3C 59 1220 OR2R 59 025

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1850 TC3C 59 1221 RM5P 59 154

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1851 TC3C 59 1222 RN3FT 59 168

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-24 1852 TC3C 59 1223 A51QQ 59 096

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1857 TC3C 59 1224 HK0ZJU 59 782

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1900 TC3C 59 1225 RT2T 59 556

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1900 TC3C 59 1226 IK3SCB 59 358

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1901 TC3C 59 1227 IZ8FFA 59 200

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1901 TC3C 59 1228 JT5DX 59 500

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1901 TC3C 59 1229 UZ7M 59 465

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1902 TC3C 59 1230 UY0IX 59 195

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1902 TC3C 59 1231 RF9C 59 2873

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1902 TC3C 59 1232 HA6VH 59 126

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1903 TC3C 59 1233 SQ5STS 59 024

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1903 TC3C 59 1234 YT3M 59 1055

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1903 TC3C 59 1235 YP9W 59 1826

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1904 TC3C 59 1236 RA3QJ 59 054

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1904 TC3C 59 1237 YO5LD 59 388

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1904 TC3C 59 1238 OE8HIK 59 019

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1905 TC3C 59 1239 EB5BB 59 057

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1905 TC3C 59 1240 RW9QA 59 870

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1906 TC3C 59 1241 B4S 59 655

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1907 TC3C 59 1242 IN3IKF 59 038

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1908 TC3C 59 1243 G0ORG 59 018

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1909 TC3C 59 1244 LB9RE 59 081

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1909 TC3C 59 1245 RA6XV 59 349

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1910 TC3C 59 1246 EB8AH 59 1096

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1910 TC3C 59 1247 9A209T 59 019

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1911 TC3C 59 1248 UT0EO 59 060

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1911 TC3C 59 1249 EA8BYI 59 001

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1912 TC3C 59 1250 LZ9W 59 935

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1913 TC3C 59 1251 UP4L 59 1645

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1913 TC3C 59 1252 LN5O 59 967

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1914 TC3C 59 1253 BY5CD 59 1065

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1914 TC3C 59 1254 JE1ZWT 59 285

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1915 TC3C 59 1255 SV3MSE 59 016

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1915 TC3C 59 1256 RL6M 59 1256

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1915 TC3C 59 1257 A41MX 59 126

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1915 TC3C 59 1258 UA6HHE 59 223

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1916 TC3C 59 1259 Z33F 59 286

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1917 TC3C 59 1260 UA9AU 59 344

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1917 TC3C 59 1261 RV9AM 59 234

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1918 TC3C 59 1262 UA1ZLN 59 251

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1918 TC3C 59 1263 JH1AJT 59 038

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1920 TC3C 59 1264 I6HCQ 59 013

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1920 TC3C 59 1265 SN9V 59 830

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1921 TC3C 59 1266 JY6ZZ 59 012

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1922 TC3C 59 1267 LY5R 59 111

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1922 TC3C 59 1268 BD5RV 59 828

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1923 TC3C 59 1269 YP7P 59 979

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1923 TC3C 59 1270 RA3OA 59 285

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1924 TC3C 59 1271 IO9A 59 1321

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1924 TC3C 59 1272 RZ0RZZ 59 966

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1924 TC3C 59 1273 IK7RVY 59 269

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1925 TC3C 59 1274 SM5CZQ 59 017

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1925 TC3C 59 1275 YO7HKM 59 049

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1926 TC3C 59 1276 DL5RDP 59 251

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1927 TC3C 59 1277 LZ3FN 59 093

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1927 TC3C 59 1278 SV8GTM 59 005

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1930 TC3C 59 1279 TM5FFT 59 340

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1931 TC3C 59 1280 H22H 59 2197

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1931 TC3C 59 1281 IZ4EFP 59 098

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1935 TC3C 59 1282 9K2HN 59 2385

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1937 TC3C 59 1283 OG2A 59 329

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1943 TC3C 59 1284 RG3K 59 2082

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1944 TC3C 59 1285 UA6YE 59 391

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1947 TC3C 59 1286 IK2VFR 59 240

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1950 TC3C 59 1287 C4W 59 2808

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1951 TC3C 59 1288 UP2L 59 2669

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1952 TC3C 59 1289 9A8DX 59 674

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1953 TC3C 59 1290 YL2SM 59 1784

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 1958 TC3C 59 1291 S56X 59 895

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 2004 TC3C 59 1292 HG7T 59 659

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-24 2004 TC3C 59 1293 IW5ELR 59 173

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2012 TC3C 59 1294 SQ8JX 59 268

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2012 TC3C 59 1295 EM3G 59 1314

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2015 TC3C 59 1296 9A1JSB 59 321

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2015 TC3C 59 1297 LY7A 59 602

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2016 TC3C 59 1298 YP7P 59 1038

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2017 TC3C 59 1299 RF9C 59 3005

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2019 TC3C 59 1300 UX1VT 59 240

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2021 TC3C 59 1301 DR1A 59 700

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2022 TC3C 59 1302 OH9W 59 504

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2023 TC3C 59 1303 DM5UEA 59 664

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2024 TC3C 59 1304 IZ6FXP 59 242

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2025 TC3C 59 1305 SM3M 59 270

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2027 TC3C 59 1306 9A1IW 59 102

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2028 TC3C 59 1307 UR5AKU 59 056

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2028 TC3C 59 1308 IN3BJX 59 011

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2029 TC3C 59 1309 UY5TE 59 206

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2030 TC3C 59 1310 RK4HYT 59 565

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2031 TC3C 59 1311 UT8AL 59 042

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2032 TC3C 59 1312 UT7EV 59 031

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2033 TC3C 59 1313 OE5CSP 59 068

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2033 TC3C 59 1314 ER3CT 59 326

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2033 TC3C 59 1315 HA8VX 59 021

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2034 TC3C 59 1316 UY7MM 59 1591

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2035 TC3C 59 1317 HA4YH 59 100

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2038 TC3C 59 1318 YL2GUV 59 140

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2038 TC3C 59 1319 R3LC 59 208

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2038 TC3C 59 1320 UR5ETN 59 431

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2040 TC3C 59 1321 S59GS 59 135

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2040 TC3C 59 1322 OK6Y 59 756

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2041 TC3C 59 1323 UN1L 59 1425

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2041 TC3C 59 1324 RN9A 59 024

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2042 TC3C 59 1325 DQ8N 59 509

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2042 TC3C 59 1326 RD3QA 59 113

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2044 TC3C 59 1327 R9QQ 59 267

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2044 TC3C 59 1328 LZ2PS 59 508

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2045 TC3C 59 1329 RL6LP 59 100

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2047 TC3C 59 1330 UY2IG 59 709

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2048 TC3C 59 1331 SV8CYV 59 252

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2049 TC3C 59 1332 US2IZ 59 143

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2051 TC3C 59 1333 IK8FOT 59 020

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2051 TC3C 59 1334 UA9AU 59 382

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2053 TC3C 59 1335 TK1NB 59 042

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2054 TC3C 59 1336 I1RB 59 142

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2056 TC3C 59 1337 A73A 59 137

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2057 TC3C 59 1338 LZ1BJ 59 403

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2057 TC3C 59 1339 CQ7A 59 170

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2058 TC3C 59 1340 YT5N 59 033

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2058 TC3C 59 1341 EA5AER 59 946

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2059 TC3C 59 1342 UT3RS 59 290

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2100 TC3C 59 1343 YO9XC 59 195

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2101 TC3C 59 1344 OM4AQP 59 235

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2102 TC3C 59 1345 IZ3SQW 59 829

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2103 TC3C 59 1346 YO8RNI 59 210

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2104 TC3C 59 1347 UT1IM 59 465

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2106 TC3C 59 1348 UB9AAJ 59 292

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2107 TC3C 59 1349 R7FF 59 378

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2108 TC3C 59 1350 9A204W 59 034

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2109 TC3C 59 1351 I2BPP 59 122

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2109 TC3C 59 1352 EA3AKA 59 014

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2111 TC3C 59 1353 RL3DZ 59 121

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2112 TC3C 59 1354 UA4NDX 59 226

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2113 TC3C 59 1355 9A202JK 59 396

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2114 TC3C 59 1356 UZ2L 59 301

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2115 TC3C 59 1357 UX7FD 59 289

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2120 TC3C 59 1358 9A2R 59 367

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2121 TC3C 59 1359 IO7T 59 883

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2122 TC3C 59 1360 RC6U 59 1852

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2123 TC3C 59 1361 IK4MGP 59 012

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2124 TC3C 59 1362 S56B 59 492

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2124 TC3C 59 1363 RU4SS 59 430

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2125 TC3C 59 1364 SV3DVO 59 034

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2126 TC3C 59 1365 EA5/GW3RIH 59 011

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2127 TC3C 59 1366 EA7EU 59 305

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2127 TC3C 59 1367 IQ4RA 59 553

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2127 TC3C 59 1368 UW5IM 59 1151

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2128 TC3C 59 1369 EA2SS 59 152

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2128 TC3C 59 1370 DP5P 59 405

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2129 TC3C 59 1371 UT5ERV 59 357

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2130 TC3C 59 1372 YU1ARC 59 526

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2130 TC3C 59 1373 UX9Q 59 077

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2131 TC3C 59 1374 IK0XBX 59 019

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2131 TC3C 59 1375 SP4FMD 59 194

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2131 TC3C 59 1376 UT7NY 59 010

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2132 TC3C 59 1377 UA6HHE 59 283

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2132 TC3C 59 1378 US7IID 59 189

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2135 TC3C 59 1379 ER4LX 59 601

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2135 TC3C 59 1380 F5VHQ 59 037

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2137 TC3C 59 1381 R6CW 59 049

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2137 TC3C 59 1382 ES5MG 59 495

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2138 TC3C 59 1383 LZ2JR 59 038

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2140 TC3C 59 1384 SO9Q 59 1814

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2142 TC3C 59 1385 SN7H 59 1145

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2144 TC3C 59 1386 UP2L 59 2844

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2145 TC3C 59 1387 C4W 59 3064

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2146 TC3C 59 1388 OM0A 59 1144

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2147 TC3C 59 1389 SV2GJV 59 498

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2158 TC3C 59 1390 DR7B 59 415

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2159 TC3C 59 1391 EU1AZ 59 1156

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2159 TC3C 59 1392 9A1A 59 519

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2200 TC3C 59 1393 IC8WIC 59 407

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2201 TC3C 59 1394 RN6HCW 59 330

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2202 TC3C 59 1395 SN6F 59 193

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2205 TC3C 59 1396 YT8WW 59 497

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2209 TC3C 59 1397 OH6LI 59 1344

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2211 TC3C 59 1398 DF7EF 59 234

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2213 TC3C 59 1399 DK1NO 59 100

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2214 TC3C 59 1400 UA4FEN 59 1462

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2214 TC3C 59 1401 II9P 59 2253

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2215 TC3C 59 1402 SN2M 59 777

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2217 TC3C 59 1403 HG7T 59 365

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2217 TC3C 59 1404 E73ESP 59 640

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2218 TC3C 59 1405 YL6W 59 461

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2219 TC3C 59 1406 IQ1RY 59 259

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2222 TC3C 59 1407 TM38O 59 353

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2222 TC3C 59 1408 RL3A 59 3550

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2224 TC3C 59 1409 YT5A 59 1252

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2226 TC3C 59 1410 OT5A 59 726

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2228 TC3C 59 1411 HA8JV 59 1733

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2232 TC3C 59 1412 IQ2MM 59 1904

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2233 TC3C 59 1413 DF2DJ 59 387

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2238 TC3C 59 1414 RA4ACX 59 438

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2241 TC3C 59 1415 I7PXV 59 054

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2241 TC3C 59 1416 UT5RB 59 341

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2242 TC3C 59 1417 EA3XL 59 193

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2243 TC3C 59 1418 SV1EJU 59 034

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2246 TC3C 59 1419 UR7QC 59 256

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2247 TC3C 59 1420 RL6MA 59 353

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2249 TC3C 59 1421 RV9UP 59 1063

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-24 2251 TC3C 59 1422 YO4RIU 59 329

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2257 TC3C 59 1423 UT5UGR 59 345

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2257 TC3C 59 1424 UZ2M 59 2497

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2258 TC3C 59 1425 IO4C 59 526

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2259 TC3C 59 1426 IR1A 59 153

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2300 TC3C 59 1427 HG7T 59 016

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2301 TC3C 59 1428 UA4FEN 59 1522

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2303 TC3C 59 1429 9A1A 59 326

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2303 TC3C 59 1430 EU3AR 59 355

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2304 TC3C 59 1431 OM4C 59 878

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2304 TC3C 59 1432 E7CW 59 311

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2305 TC3C 59 1433 S51A 59 1903

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2307 TC3C 59 1434 Z36N 59 214

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2308 TC3C 59 1435 SP9PDF 59 075

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2311 TC3C 59 1436 9A2AJ 59 424

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2313 TC3C 59 1437 IZ5MOQ 59 264

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2317 TC3C 59 1438 SV1IZJ 59 022

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2318 TC3C 59 1439 SP8LBK 59 178

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2320 TC3C 59 1440 OM7RU 59 354

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2325 TC3C 59 1441 UX3HA 59 482

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2325 TC3C 59 1442 US0HZ 59 1111

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2326 TC3C 59 1443 S54G 59 092

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2328 TC3C 59 1444 HA7YS 59 328

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2329 TC3C 59 1445 UR7QC 59 282

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2333 TC3C 59 1446 UR5IFB 59 188

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2335 TC3C 59 1447 RU5TT 59 1070

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2340 TC3C 59 1448 9A4ZZ 59 032

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2341 TC3C 59 1449 EW2A 59 1367

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2342 TC3C 59 1450 IW3RUA 59 097

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2351 TC3C 59 1451 IZ0GIF 59 021

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2352 TC3C 59 1452 RN7F 59 1975

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2354 TC3C 59 1453 EA2QU 59 025

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2355 TC3C 59 1454 DM4X 59 007

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2357 TC3C 59 1455 YT2T 59 2082

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-24 2358 TC3C 59 1456 UR5LAK 59 038

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0000 TC3C 59 1457 UA7A 59 068

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0005 TC3C 59 1458 UT1IM 59 535

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0009 TC3C 59 1459 UA2UT 59 184

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0010 TC3C 59 1460 UT7E 59 1584

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0011 TC3C 59 1461 UA6AIW 59 081

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0012 TC3C 59 1462 IF9A 59 1174

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0019 TC3C 59 1463 EE1W 59 091

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0027 TC3C 59 1464 LY7M 59 419

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0028 TC3C 59 1465 LZ9W 59 329

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0029 TC3C 59 1466 EA3GTJ 59 022

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0030 TC3C 59 1467 DQ8N 59 105

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0031 TC3C 59 1468 HG1S 59 358

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0032 TC3C 59 1469 SV1GRD 59 059

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0034 TC3C 59 1470 ED1R 59 047

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0035 TC3C 59 1471 DR1A 59 478

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0036 TC3C 59 1472 RA4LFQ 59 450

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0038 TC3C 59 1473 LY7A 59 280

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0040 TC3C 59 1474 DL1APW 59 045

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0040 TC3C 59 1475 HA5BSW 59 445

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0043 TC3C 59 1476 R7MM 59 957

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0044 TC3C 59 1477 HB9EE 59 1542

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0045 TC3C 59 1478 OM4AQP 59 301

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0050 TC3C 59 1479 CQ3L 59 200

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0051 TC3C 59 1480 DR5N 59 097

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0055 TC3C 59 1481 DL5RCW 59 271

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0056 TC3C 59 1482 RW8DD 59 1447

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0056 TC3C 59 1483 DP6T 59 186

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0057 TC3C 59 1484 LY2OU 59 314

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0057 TC3C 59 1485 DL2OBO 59 260

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0058 TC3C 59 1486 OK1MDK 59 382

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0059 TC3C 59 1487 RU3KO 59 330

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0103 TC3C 59 1488 S50XX 59 1057

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0106 TC3C 59 1489 OM0A 59 1273

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0106 TC3C 59 1490 RA3DAD 59 408

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0112 TC3C 59 1491 OK2SAR 59 014

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0116 TC3C 59 1492 OE3K 59 3097

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0118 TC3C 59 1493 OM7M 59 2510

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0122 TC3C 59 1494 UT5ECZ 59 085

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0123 TC3C 59 1495 9A8M 59 1965

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0127 TC3C 59 1496 ER2RM 59 082

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0131 TC3C 59 1497 ED9Z 59 053

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0136 TC3C 59 1498 CS2P 59 1359

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0139 TC3C 59 1499 S51F 59 1184

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0149 TC3C 59 1500 IR5A 59 1410

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0150 TC3C 59 1501 R3ZV 59 587

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0151 TC3C 59 1502 9K2HN 59 2615

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0156 TC3C 59 1503 IR9Y 59 080

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0159 TC3C 59 1504 R7NA 59 556

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0211 TC3C 59 1505 IO5O 59 2136

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0211 TC3C 59 1506 IR6T 59 1427

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0217 TC3C 59 1507 HF3A 59 2021

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0220 TC3C 59 1508 3V8BB 59 3192

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0229 TC3C 59 1509 TA1DK 59 247

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0230 TC3C 59 1510 S50A 59 1138

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0245 TC3C 59 1511 UT7LW 59 141

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0251 TC3C 59 1512 UX2U 59 1624

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0254 TC3C 59 1513 OT5A 59 399

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0256 TC3C 59 1514 YQ6A 59 1171

QSO: 1800 PH 2012-03-25 0258 TC3C 59 1515 LY22A 59 285

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0303 TC3C 59 1516 CQ3L 59 289

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0304 TC3C 59 1517 OM7M 59 2607

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0306 TC3C 59 1518 DR5N 59 672

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0306 TC3C 59 1519 DL0UM 59 1226

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0307 TC3C 59 1520 SZ1A 59 1332

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0308 TC3C 59 1521 ED3B 59 1067

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0310 TC3C 59 1522 DP6T 59 651

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0313 TC3C 59 1523 OZ2AR 59 859

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0313 TC3C 59 1524 OE6MDF 59 521

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0316 TC3C 59 1525 OM8DD 59 490

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0318 TC3C 59 1526 EC1DBO 59 1576

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0318 TC3C 59 1527 S56CW 59 1418

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0320 TC3C 59 1528 F5BBD 59 553

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0321 TC3C 59 1529 9A22P 59 3407

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0323 TC3C 59 1530 US0HZ 59 1138

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0324 TC3C 59 1531 HG1S 59 756

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0327 TC3C 59 1532 DA0T 59 471

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0328 TC3C 59 1533 9A7A 59 641

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0330 TC3C 59 1534 EA3P 59 891

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0331 TC3C 59 1535 HA8RM 59 460

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0333 TC3C 59 1536 IR9Y 59 545

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0334 TC3C 59 1537 II9K 59 1927

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0337 TC3C 59 1538 S54K 59 627

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 0337 TC3C 59 1539 EE1W 59 341

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0351 TC3C 59 1540 UX2U 59 1648

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0353 TC3C 59 1541 EA2LMI 59 700

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0355 TC3C 59 1542 II9P 59 2554

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0357 TC3C 59 1543 OM0R 59 2303

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0405 TC3C 59 1544 5D5A 59 3908

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0411 TC3C 59 1545 PW2D 59 2598

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0412 TC3C 59 1546 DQ5X 59 592

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0412 TC3C 59 1547 IY4FGM 59 1211

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0413 TC3C 59 1548 G2W 59 2150

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0414 TC3C 59 1549 YO4US 59 295

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0414 TC3C 59 1550 YO3RU 59 640

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0414 TC3C 59 1551 IK7GIM 59 029

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0415 TC3C 59 1552 DL1NKS 59 796

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0416 TC3C 59 1553 RX3VF 59 174

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0418 TC3C 59 1554 LU4FM 59 121

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0418 TC3C 59 1555 OM0A 59 1373

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0419 TC3C 59 1556 OZ1KEF 59 174

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0419 TC3C 59 1557 9A207T 59 652

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0419 TC3C 59 1558 OK2BZE 59 332

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0420 TC3C 59 1559 UU9JK 59 127

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0421 TC3C 59 1560 OK2BEN 59 131

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 0422 TC3C 59 1561 DJ3HW 59 122

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0431 TC3C 59 1562 SP2BUC 59 206

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0432 TC3C 59 1563 DL9OHA 59 369

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0433 TC3C 59 1564 UX7IB 59 247

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0434 TC3C 59 1565 RZ3DC 59 064

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0435 TC3C 59 1566 PA3DCU 59 022

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0436 TC3C 59 1567 UW7CN 59 231

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0436 TC3C 59 1568 RY7A 59 104

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0437 TC3C 59 1569 AK1W 59 2700

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0440 TC3C 59 1570 UD4FD 59 431

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0440 TC3C 59 1571 TO7BC 59 689

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0441 TC3C 59 1572 RF9C 59 287

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0442 TC3C 59 1573 UT5CB 59 020

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0442 TC3C 59 1574 UX3HX 59 041

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0443 TC3C 59 1575 RA3RBL 59 256

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0443 TC3C 59 1576 UT7QL 59 867

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0443 TC3C 59 1577 OH6RE 59 084

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0445 TC3C 59 1578 RN3FK 59 095

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0446 TC3C 59 1579 ES6TX 59 251

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0446 TC3C 59 1580 OK2BEN 59 142

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0447 TC3C 59 1581 SP2KPD 59 823

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0447 TC3C 59 1582 F8ARK 59 955

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0447 TC3C 59 1583 V55V 59 1297

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0448 TC3C 59 1584 SP3DRM 59 197

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0449 TC3C 59 1585 OK1AY 59 286

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0449 TC3C 59 1586 RU6HL 59 275

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0451 TC3C 59 1587 UX3IT 59 364

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0451 TC3C 59 1588 LY6A 59 1207

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0452 TC3C 59 1589 US7LM 59 163

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0454 TC3C 59 1590 DG7SF 59 217

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0454 TC3C 59 1591 OH6GDX 59 431

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0455 TC3C 59 1592 UR5VAR 59 013

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0455 TC3C 59 1593 IK2SND 59 841

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0456 TC3C 59 1594 S56CW 59 1469

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0458 TC3C 59 1595 F8AEE 59 571

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0459 TC3C 59 1596 IN3EIS 59 055

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0459 TC3C 59 1597 UA1WA 59 046

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0459 TC3C 59 1598 SK7OA 59 299

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0500 TC3C 59 1599 DA0HEL 59 180

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0501 TC3C 59 1600 PA0BS 59 027

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0501 TC3C 59 1601 OE6MDF 59 628

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0502 TC3C 59 1602 R7NA 59 655

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0502 TC3C 59 1603 FR4NT 59 022

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0502 TC3C 59 1604 DA0T 59 515

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0503 TC3C 59 1605 R3DL 59 267

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0503 TC3C 59 1606 ES4RD 59 642

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0504 TC3C 59 1607 UX2MF 59 386

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0505 TC3C 59 1608 VK2KDP 59 224

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0507 TC3C 59 1609 I1RB 59 162

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0507 TC3C 59 1610 UR5UJ 59 161

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0507 TC3C 59 1611 I3QKO 59 102

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0509 TC3C 59 1612 UX2U 59 1706

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0510 TC3C 59 1613 SP6RYD 59 163

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0510 TC3C 59 1614 K1TO 59 903

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0512 TC3C 59 1615 R3NA 59 198

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0512 TC3C 59 1616 UP5P 59 706

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0513 TC3C 59 1617 DL1NCB 59 043

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0513 TC3C 59 1618 LY22A 59 884

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0514 TC3C 59 1619 UA3AIU 59 411

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0515 TC3C 59 1620 NR6O 59 1048

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0515 TC3C 59 1621 TA7EB 59 076

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0516 TC3C 59 1622 W6DDD 59 064

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0516 TC3C 59 1623 UR5IM 59 1395

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0517 TC3C 59 1624 UA3UJP 59 107

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0517 TC3C 59 1625 LP1H 59 1846

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0518 TC3C 59 1626 RX1CQ 59 977

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0518 TC3C 59 1627 G8HBS 59 055

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0519 TC3C 59 1628 KX7M 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0519 TC3C 59 1629 YL4U 59 1882

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0520 TC3C 59 1630 V3IC 59 178

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0520 TC3C 59 1631 LY1DJ 59 245

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0520 TC3C 59 1632 ZM3T 59 699

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0521 TC3C 59 1633 UT0EO 59 108

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0521 TC3C 59 1634 UT4UH 59 131

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0521 TC3C 59 1635 SP4JTJ 59 150

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0522 TC3C 59 1636 EW8OM 59 050

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0522 TC3C 59 1637 RA9JB 59 118

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0523 TC3C 59 1638 HA6NL 59 665

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0523 TC3C 59 1639 UT7UU 59 176

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0524 TC3C 59 1640 SF5D 59 105

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0525 TC3C 59 1641 A5HQ 59 298

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0526 TC3C 59 1642 ZL1BYZ 59 804

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0527 TC3C 59 1643 UR5CJN 59 189

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0527 TC3C 59 1644 DP7D 59 881

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0527 TC3C 59 1645 UX3HA 59 545

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0528 TC3C 59 1646 PA4B 59 023

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0528 TC3C 59 1647 OK2BRX 59 254

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0529 TC3C 59 1648 UA5D 59 045

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0530 TC3C 59 1649 SQ8LSB 59 135

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0530 TC3C 59 1650 EO3Q 59 1386

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0530 TC3C 59 1651 ON3DI 59 339

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0531 TC3C 59 1652 YL3DR 59 490

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0532 TC3C 59 1653 TK5DM 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0532 TC3C 59 1654 HA0NAR 59 041

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0532 TC3C 59 1655 UY7MM 59 1724

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0533 TC3C 59 1656 UX8IX 59 191

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0533 TC3C 59 1657 HZ1HN 59 610

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0534 TC3C 59 1658 9H1XT 59 026

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0535 TC3C 59 1659 OK1CID 59 745

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0535 TC3C 59 1660 OM0A 59 1424

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0536 TC3C 59 1661 US0IJ 59 113

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0536 TC3C 59 1662 YL2CR 59 380

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0537 TC3C 59 1663 DL5GCH 59 124

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0537 TC3C 59 1664 VC6Z 59 1765

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0538 TC3C 59 1665 OZ4NA 59 331

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0539 TC3C 59 1666 SP5TWA 59 191

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0540 TC3C 59 1667 RU6YZ 59 315

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0541 TC3C 59 1668 PI4W 59 160

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0542 TC3C 59 1669 SQ3VV 59 107

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0544 TC3C 59 1670 NY6N 59 3176

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0544 TC3C 59 1671 IZ3NYG 59 243

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0544 TC3C 59 1672 VK3JMB 59 150

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0546 TC3C 59 1673 RL3QWA 59 390

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0547 TC3C 59 1674 IZ1HBC 59 054

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0548 TC3C 59 1675 ZS6WN 59 092

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0548 TC3C 59 1676 9A2NO 59 408

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0550 TC3C 59 1677 ES2TT 59 090

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0551 TC3C 59 1678 UT1EI 59 389

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0551 TC3C 59 1679 DL0JBB 59 320

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0552 TC3C 59 1680 UA6LUQ 59 643

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0553 TC3C 59 1681 UT7ZZ 59 087

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0554 TC3C 59 1682 S50A 59 1261

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0554 TC3C 59 1683 UT8IM 59 301

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0555 TC3C 59 1684 CR6P 59 1167

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0555 TC3C 59 1685 RT5Z 59 1643

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0555 TC3C 59 1686 DL1MDZ 59 102

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0555 TC3C 59 1687 UY2IG 59 871

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0556 TC3C 59 1688 EW2A 59 1563

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0556 TC3C 59 1689 9A2EY 59 141

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0557 TC3C 59 1690 N6QQ 59 1384

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0558 TC3C 59 1691 OE3CDS 59 038

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0558 TC3C 59 1692 KD2JA 59 479

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0559 TC3C 59 1693 RA9AU 59 274

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0559 TC3C 59 1694 RA3QJ 59 070

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0600 TC3C 59 1695 UY5ZI 59 022

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0600 TC3C 59 1696 R9FR 59 501

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0601 TC3C 59 1697 M4U 59 1047

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0601 TC3C 59 1698 9H5DX 59 014

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0602 TC3C 59 1699 SP9LJD 59 2017

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0603 TC3C 59 1700 VK4QO 59 017

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0603 TC3C 59 1701 RW9TP 59 298

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0603 TC3C 59 1702 UA1AFZ 59 688

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0603 TC3C 59 1703 I1EIS 59 469

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0604 TC3C 59 1704 PD7BZ 59 347

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0604 TC3C 59 1705 SP4FMD 59 220

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0604 TC3C 59 1706 DG7JB 59 221

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0605 TC3C 59 1707 RM9RZ 59 599

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0605 TC3C 59 1708 US1IV 59 012

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0605 TC3C 59 1709 R7LV 59 261

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0606 TC3C 59 1710 IQ0RM 59 185

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0607 TC3C 59 1711 VK5PAS 59 325

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0608 TC3C 59 1712 OK2WZN 59 187

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0608 TC3C 59 1713 OK2VK 59 135

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0608 TC3C 59 1714 LY2SA 59 820

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0609 TC3C 59 1715 G3UEG 59 373

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0610 TC3C 59 1716 SN1J 59 327

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0611 TC3C 59 1717 DC1YB 59 058

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0612 TC3C 59 1718 DJ9MH 59 269

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0612 TC3C 59 1719 IK1MJG 59 023

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0612 TC3C 59 1720 OK1MSP 59 053

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0614 TC3C 59 1721 TF3AM 59 407

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0615 TC3C 59 1722 HA6VB 59 194

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0615 TC3C 59 1723 ZL2BAQ 59 031

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0616 TC3C 59 1724 UT7E 59 1804

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0618 TC3C 59 1725 DL8EAQ 59 357

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0619 TC3C 59 1726 OK6Y 59 827

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0619 TC3C 59 1727 TM9K 59 479

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0621 TC3C 59 1728 UA9AU 59 513

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0621 TC3C 59 1729 UA3BL 59 1003

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0622 TC3C 59 1730 G5O 59 746

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0622 TC3C 59 1731 SP5X 59 330

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0623 TC3C 59 1732 IW8AWR 59 009

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0623 TC3C 59 1733 R7MM 59 1160

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0624 TC3C 59 1734 DL8UAT 59 029

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0625 TC3C 59 1735 HB9FA 59 306

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0626 TC3C 59 1736 VK3FM 59 100

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0627 TC3C 59 1737 9A22P 59 3593

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0627 TC3C 59 1738 F5JFU 59 184

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0628 TC3C 59 1739 SP6FXY 59 058

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0628 TC3C 59 1740 EU1EU 59 154

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0629 TC3C 59 1741 S55T 59 2143

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0629 TC3C 59 1742 OP4A 59 568

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0631 TC3C 59 1743 IK2QPR 59 005

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0631 TC3C 59 1744 YL2CF 59 090

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0633 TC3C 59 1745 S51CK 59 811

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0634 TC3C 59 1746 UX6IB 59 194

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0634 TC3C 59 1747 DP3D 59 093

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0635 TC3C 59 1748 SQ1WO 59 108

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0636 TC3C 59 1749 S52JK 59 051

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0637 TC3C 59 1750 PD0MHZ 59 145

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0637 TC3C 59 1751 IZ2BKA 59 253

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0638 TC3C 59 1752 DJ0A 59 464

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0639 TC3C 59 1753 SQ2XC 59 066

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0640 TC3C 59 1754 UR3PGW 59 155

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0640 TC3C 59 1755 S56B 59 571

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0641 TC3C 59 1756 OM8FR 59 313

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0641 TC3C 59 1757 IK2VFW 59 264

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0642 TC3C 59 1758 UR5LAK 59 068

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0643 TC3C 59 1759 CS2P 59 1484

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0645 TC3C 59 1760 SQ8JMZ 59 008

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0646 TC3C 59 1761 DF9OO 59 652

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0647 TC3C 59 1762 UT6EE 59 706

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0648 TC3C 59 1763 OK1KZ 59 235

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0649 TC3C 59 1764 DD5M 59 411

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0649 TC3C 59 1765 DJ1TT 59 014

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0650 TC3C 59 1766 DL1NKS 59 853

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0651 TC3C 59 1767 ZL1Y 59 050

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0652 TC3C 59 1768 DM5BB 59 280

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0653 TC3C 59 1769 RX3DBG 59 306

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0654 TC3C 59 1770 HA5UX 59 009

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0654 TC3C 59 1771 DC3RJ 59 035

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0655 TC3C 59 1772 IO2Z 59 767

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0655 TC3C 59 1773 RV1AQ 59 016

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0655 TC3C 59 1774 DL3UX 59 253

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0656 TC3C 59 1775 EF1W 59 542

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0657 TC3C 59 1776 US1MM 59 081

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0657 TC3C 59 1777 IT9MYY 59 167

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0658 TC3C 59 1778 RA4LO 59 104

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0659 TC3C 59 1779 IK7WPD 59 242

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0659 TC3C 59 1780 YP5A 59 921

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0700 TC3C 59 1781 DK7CH 59 374

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0700 TC3C 59 1782 RZ4HC 59 421

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0700 TC3C 59 1783 RK9DM 59 624

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0700 TC3C 59 1784 IZ3LSZ 59 043

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0701 TC3C 59 1785 RA3DAD 59 527

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0701 TC3C 59 1786 G0VXE 59 776

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0702 TC3C 59 1787 HB9CQL 59 119

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0703 TC3C 59 1788 8S0C 59 732

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0703 TC3C 59 1789 F1MXE 59 048

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0703 TC3C 59 1790 SP6NVK 59 232

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0704 TC3C 59 1791 EI8GQB 59 116

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0707 TC3C 59 1792 D4C 59 2014

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0708 TC3C 59 1793 DL2AWA 59 007

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0709 TC3C 59 1794 K4BP 59 916

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0709 TC3C 59 1795 G1T 59 460

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0710 TC3C 59 1796 G4XEX 59 188

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0710 TC3C 59 1797 EB5BB 59 008

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0711 TC3C 59 1798 IZ8EFD 59 303

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0712 TC3C 59 1799 SP9OHL 59 134

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0713 TC3C 59 1800 UR7QC 59 378

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0714 TC3C 59 1801 DD7NT 59 061

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0716 TC3C 59 1802 YP2P 59 094

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0717 TC3C 59 1803 OK2SWD 59 017

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0718 TC3C 59 1804 EW8KY 59 245

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0719 TC3C 59 1805 UA3OQ 59 375

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0720 TC3C 59 1806 PA3FMC 59 230

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0721 TC3C 59 1807 HB9CIC 59 308

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0721 TC3C 59 1808 PA0MIR 59 212

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0722 TC3C 59 1809 DL5JAG 59 108

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0723 TC3C 59 1810 HB9ELF 59 166

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0724 TC3C 59 1811 DJ0MCZ 59 646

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0725 TC3C 59 1812 RA3LDX 59 128

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0729 TC3C 59 1813 LY7A 59 1388

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0730 TC3C 59 1814 9A2UU 59 156

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0733 TC3C 59 1815 F1AEY 59 550

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0733 TC3C 59 1816 UR6LEY 59 248

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0734 TC3C 59 1817 LA5LJA 59 516

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0735 TC3C 59 1818 YO5DGE 59 247

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0736 TC3C 59 1819 DL8ZAW 59 272

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0737 TC3C 59 1820 DJ8LX 59 225

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0743 TC3C 59 1821 OK2UVX 59 008

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0743 TC3C 59 1822 SQ4G 59 095

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0746 TC3C 59 1823 DG1LS 59 133

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0747 TC3C 59 1824 IK6UBY 59 209

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0747 TC3C 59 1825 YO8RNI 59 298

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0748 TC3C 59 1826 IZ3WSV 59 521

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0749 TC3C 59 1827 RA6GW 59 430

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0749 TC3C 59 1828 IQ2MM 59 2230

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0749 TC3C 59 1829 EW7BR 59 646

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0750 TC3C 59 1830 PE1OLM 59 106

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0751 TC3C 59 1831 IW0GVG 59 020

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0751 TC3C 59 1832 DR7B 59 525

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0752 TC3C 59 1833 OH1HF 59 063

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0753 TC3C 59 1834 DL1JGG 59 173

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0753 TC3C 59 1835 UR5AS 59 1345

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0754 TC3C 59 1836 I8QLS 59 725

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0754 TC3C 59 1837 IN3ZNR 59 1015

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0754 TC3C 59 1838 IN3EJN 59 054

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0755 TC3C 59 1839 OE1GTU/3 59 018

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0756 TC3C 59 1840 S56VJM 59 036

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0756 TC3C 59 1841 IZ3SQW 59 888

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0756 TC3C 59 1842 UD3D 59 1278

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0757 TC3C 59 1843 OE2KGL 59 021

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0757 TC3C 59 1844 UU7J 59 1943

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0758 TC3C 59 1845 UT8EL 59 488

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0759 TC3C 59 1846 IZ5UGY 59 075

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0800 TC3C 59 1847 VK4GH 59 364

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0800 TC3C 59 1848 PD0RXP 59 323

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0802 TC3C 59 1849 YO5OHO 59 240

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0802 TC3C 59 1850 DL9GS 59 362

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0804 TC3C 59 1851 UW5U 59 234

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0805 TC3C 59 1852 IK3SSW 59 216

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0808 TC3C 59 1853 OK2WYK 59 241

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0809 TC3C 59 1854 DF2UU 59 562

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0810 TC3C 59 1855 IV2MRK 59 311

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0812 TC3C 59 1856 9A1A 59 1534

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0815 TC3C 59 1857 OK5SWL 59 010

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0816 TC3C 59 1858 S52MZ 59 011

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0817 TC3C 59 1859 IN3EBE 59 002

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0817 TC3C 59 1860 SO1TH 59 024

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0817 TC3C 59 1861 OK1MJA 59 329

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0818 TC3C 59 1862 IV3MRK 59 316

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0821 TC3C 59 1863 9A6ARB 59 147

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0828 TC3C 59 1864 OM4C 59 1132

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0829 TC3C 59 1865 EA4GHB 59 139

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0830 TC3C 59 1866 OK1BA 59 404

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0831 TC3C 59 1867 PA3DBS 59 315

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 0831 TC3C 59 1868 EW4MM 59 678

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0838 TC3C 59 1869 DH5MM 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0839 TC3C 59 1870 OR2E 59 052

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0839 TC3C 59 1871 SO1TH 59 032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0841 TC3C 59 1872 A65EE 59 036

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0841 TC3C 59 1873 EA5EV 59 477

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0842 TC3C 59 1874 DL5AWE 59 151

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0844 TC3C 59 1875 UA1CUR 59 500

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0845 TC3C 59 1876 HB9FA 59 362

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0846 TC3C 59 1877 DH1DA 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0846 TC3C 59 1878 DL6WT 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0847 TC3C 59 1879 SM3GBA 59 057

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0848 TC3C 59 1880 DC3SW 59 106

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0848 TC3C 59 1881 DR2P 59 092

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0848 TC3C 59 1882 DD8SM 59 183

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0849 TC3C 59 1883 DO1SJH 59 227

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0849 TC3C 59 1884 DL2RUG 59 009

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0850 TC3C 59 1885 DL3APO 59 030

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0851 TC3C 59 1886 V55V 59 1310

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0851 TC3C 59 1887 SP2KPD 59 925

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0851 TC3C 59 1888 EI4GNB 59 474

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0852 TC3C 59 1889 DF2PP 59 015

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0852 TC3C 59 1890 DL5OAX 59 012

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0853 TC3C 59 1891 DL7SBV 59 056

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0853 TC3C 59 1892 RX3DN 59 197

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0854 TC3C 59 1893 SP1NY 59 236

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0854 TC3C 59 1894 ED2W 59 074

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0854 TC3C 59 1895 DF5AN 59 150

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0854 TC3C 59 1896 DO9SMS 59 124

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0855 TC3C 59 1897 SQ1BHH 59 131

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0855 TC3C 59 1898 PB6T 59 087

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0856 TC3C 59 1899 DJ0A 59 532

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0856 TC3C 59 1900 HF1K 59 041

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0857 TC3C 59 1901 DG5YFK 59 030

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0857 TC3C 59 1902 DL7VRG 59 049

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0858 TC3C 59 1903 DL3ARS 59 039

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0858 TC3C 59 1904 DL8MAS 59 343

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0859 TC3C 59 1905 PC2T 59 812

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0900 TC3C 59 1906 DH1PAL 59 068

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0900 TC3C 59 1907 DF8PN 59 018

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0900 TC3C 59 1908 SP3EA 59 068

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0901 TC3C 59 1909 DF3TE 59 069

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0901 TC3C 59 1910 DL4RDP 59 057

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0901 TC3C 59 1911 DL5JAG 59 141

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0902 TC3C 59 1912 DL3LSM 59 162

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0903 TC3C 59 1913 DJ1ND 59 029

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0903 TC3C 59 1914 DL1EOT 59 005

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0904 TC3C 59 1915 DK6NF 59 112

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0904 TC3C 59 1916 DL2DUA 59 023

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0904 TC3C 59 1917 I1TXD 59 028

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0905 TC3C 59 1918 DK1WA 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0905 TC3C 59 1919 DD2CW 59 1592

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0906 TC3C 59 1920 EA2DR 59 035

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0907 TC3C 59 1921 F5RMK 59 062

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0909 TC3C 59 1922 PA3FSA 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0910 TC3C 59 1923 ON7KTR 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0910 TC3C 59 1924 DD9NT 59 120

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0911 TC3C 59 1925 DO1CS 59 201

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0911 TC3C 59 1926 DD5MA 59 052

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0912 TC3C 59 1927 DL4ABB 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0914 TC3C 59 1928 DK2AT 59 714

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0914 TC3C 59 1929 F4FZR 59 099

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0914 TC3C 59 1930 EA4FTA 59 038

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0916 TC3C 59 1931 PA4HM 59 135

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0916 TC3C 59 1932 DJ7UD 59 150

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0918 TC3C 59 1933 DL2RCH 59 120

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0918 TC3C 59 1934 YL2NK 59 234

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0919 TC3C 59 1935 DM5JBN 59 471

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0920 TC3C 59 1936 DF3IS 59 085

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0921 TC3C 59 1937 EA5HIH 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0921 TC3C 59 1938 DK7CH 59 437

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0922 TC3C 59 1939 PA/DL1KSR 59 179

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0922 TC3C 59 1940 DL5GBW 59 005

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0923 TC3C 59 1941 F5JY 59 137

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0924 TC3C 59 1942 DG7DBR 59 071

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0924 TC3C 59 1943 IZ2UST 59 216

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0925 TC3C 59 1944 OK6MA 59 218

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0925 TC3C 59 1945 SP1QXK 59 275

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0927 TC3C 59 1946 PA7FB 59 121

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0928 TC3C 59 1947 DJ9SN 59 114

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0928 TC3C 59 1948 PE1LUB 59 190

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0928 TC3C 59 1949 DK0AIB 59 044

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0929 TC3C 59 1950 IZ1REP 59 037

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0929 TC3C 59 1951 EE5SP 59 065

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0930 TC3C 59 1952 DL0P 59 819

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0931 TC3C 59 1953 IZ2BKA 59 296

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0931 TC3C 59 1954 DJ6VM 59 125

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0932 TC3C 59 1955 DL6BS 59 015

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0932 TC3C 59 1956 DB1RUL 59 009

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0932 TC3C 59 1957 SP3FUK 59 150

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0933 TC3C 59 1958 PA2W 59 258

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0934 TC3C 59 1959 DH1FR 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0934 TC3C 59 1960 DL8RJ 59 037

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0935 TC3C 59 1961 SP3HZG 59 253

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0936 TC3C 59 1962 HB9ARF 59 586

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0936 TC3C 59 1963 DR1A 59 1555

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0936 TC3C 59 1964 DL5ASK 59 123

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0936 TC3C 59 1965 DF9OO 59 732

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0937 TC3C 59 1966 DJ8OG 59 1873

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0937 TC3C 59 1967 F4LFP 59 002

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0938 TC3C 59 1968 DO4JS 59 214

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0938 TC3C 59 1969 DL5AXX 59 368

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0938 TC3C 59 1970 IK1PMR 59 086

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0939 TC3C 59 1971 DJ3GE 59 094

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0940 TC3C 59 1972 PA7BAS 59 171

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0942 TC3C 59 1973 PA/DJ5NU 59 016

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0942 TC3C 59 1974 ON7ON 59 050

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0944 TC3C 59 1975 G8AFN 59 269

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0944 TC3C 59 1976 PI4DX 59 829

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0944 TC3C 59 1977 OZ6AGX 59 300

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0945 TC3C 59 1978 LY2N 59 225

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0946 TC3C 59 1979 HB9EE 59 1908

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0946 TC3C 59 1980 DL1NEO 59 109

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0946 TC3C 59 1981 G2W 59 2457

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0947 TC3C 59 1982 DF2AD 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0947 TC3C 59 1983 ED3X 59 2586

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0948 TC3C 59 1984 M6TBY 59 163

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0948 TC3C 59 1985 DL2JX 59 150

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0950 TC3C 59 1986 DH5FAS 59 036

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0950 TC3C 59 1987 EA3FCQ 59 195

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0950 TC3C 59 1988 DJ0MCZ 59 706

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0951 TC3C 59 1989 CR6K 59 2023

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0951 TC3C 59 1990 DL6MHW 59 208

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0952 TC3C 59 1991 PA2TT 59 007

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0953 TC3C 59 1992 DF6YC 59 062

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0953 TC3C 59 1993 LY22A 59 627

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0954 TC3C 59 1994 EA1JO 59 230

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0957 TC3C 59 1995 DM2SR 59 424

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0958 TC3C 59 1996 SM6NOC 59 426

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0958 TC3C 59 1997 RK3DU 59 156

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 0959 TC3C 59 1998 RZ3DN 59 381

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1001 TC3C 59 1999 G6EVD 59 137

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1001 TC3C 59 2000 F5VKT 59 821

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1007 TC3C 59 2001 ED8D 59 397

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1008 TC3C 59 2002 DL4LAX 59 149

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1008 TC3C 59 2003 G1T 59 515

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1009 TC3C 59 2004 PE1HB 59 092

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1009 TC3C 59 2005 DL2VA 59 023

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1010 TC3C 59 2006 G6UWK 59 100

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1010 TC3C 59 2007 F1BRV 59 122

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1011 TC3C 59 2008 DB6LL 59 027

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1011 TC3C 59 2009 MM0SVK 59 231

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1011 TC3C 59 2010 PG7A 59 018

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1012 TC3C 59 2011 OZ2CA/P 59 158

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1013 TC3C 59 2012 LY1R 59 1846

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1014 TC3C 59 2013 EA5ON 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1016 TC3C 59 2014 ON3FZT 59 125

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1017 TC3C 59 2015 PE1KCX 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1018 TC3C 59 2016 HB3YAA 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1020 TC3C 59 2017 RK3SWB 59 535

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1021 TC3C 59 2018 G3SVL 59 048

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1021 TC3C 59 2019 DL9GWD 59 665

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1024 TC3C 59 2020 HB3YCN/P 59 010

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1026 TC3C 59 2021 F4DLL 59 389

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1027 TC3C 59 2022 LY2BIS 59 165

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1028 TC3C 59 2023 DO7ML 59 124

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1029 TC3C 59 2024 DL2JO 59 036

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1031 TC3C 59 2025 PA3AJI 59 032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1031 TC3C 59 2026 DO0JHL 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1032 TC3C 59 2027 F5AXG 59 141

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1034 TC3C 59 2028 RA3DAD 59 630

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1035 TC3C 59 2029 UA4ARF 59 014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1036 TC3C 59 2030 EA5HRB 59 284

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1039 TC3C 59 2031 OG8N 59 405

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1040 TC3C 59 2032 EC1DBO 59 2023

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1042 TC3C 59 2033 HZ1HN 59 822

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1043 TC3C 59 2034 E21EIC 59 1171

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1047 TC3C 59 2035 RA8T 59 1082

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1048 TC3C 59 2036 VU2DSC 59 471

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1051 TC3C 59 2037 A92GR 59 279

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1051 TC3C 59 2038 RV9CBW 59 1126

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1053 TC3C 59 2039 CT1FOQ 59 063

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1054 TC3C 59 2040 RZ4WZ 59 514

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1054 TC3C 59 2041 LN5O 59 1614

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1055 TC3C 59 2042 EA7VJ 59 018

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1056 TC3C 59 2043 2E0TCC 59 185

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1057 TC3C 59 2044 CT1DJE 59 066

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1058 TC3C 59 2045 JA5MXP 59 247

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1058 TC3C 59 2046 EA7JIY 59 199

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1059 TC3C 59 2047 CT1DIZ 59 041

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1059 TC3C 59 2048 M6AGY 59 090

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1100 TC3C 59 2049 LN7H 59 647

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1100 TC3C 59 2050 G0WOU 59 121

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1101 TC3C 59 2051 ZS5SAM 59 091

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1102 TC3C 59 2052 G3OCA 59 025

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1103 TC3C 59 2053 EI5HV 59 008

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1103 TC3C 59 2054 M0XKD 59 1263

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1105 TC3C 59 2055 EA4CWW 59 108

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1107 TC3C 59 2056 EB5BBM 59 080

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1108 TC3C 59 2057 UB9AAJ 59 396

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1108 TC3C 59 2058 ZS6A 59 044

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1108 TC3C 59 2059 EI8GS 59 269

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1109 TC3C 59 2060 OH8F 59 176

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1110 TC3C 59 2061 SE5E 59 099

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1111 TC3C 59 2062 G7SQW/M 59 038

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1112 TC3C 59 2063 2E1DFI 59 028

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1112 TC3C 59 2064 G8LIK 59 047

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1113 TC3C 59 2065 EA4LU 59 053

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1114 TC3C 59 2066 EC4AA 59 661

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1114 TC3C 59 2067 G3UYN 59 007

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1116 TC3C 59 2068 EI3CTB 59 350

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1116 TC3C 59 2069 MM0AMW 59 548

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1117 TC3C 59 2070 G4NXG/M 59 109

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1120 TC3C 59 2071 M0PAR 59 016

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1122 TC3C 59 2072 G6BDV 59 147

QSO: 28000 PH 2012-03-25 1123 TC3C 59 2073 G4KKG 59 035

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1126 TC3C 59 2074 EC6AAE 59 1377

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1127 TC3C 59 2075 E77WM 59 368

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1127 TC3C 59 2076 IZ7PDX 59 1058

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1128 TC3C 59 2077 RG3K 59 3128

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1129 TC3C 59 2078 4O3A 59 1755

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1129 TC3C 59 2079 OM7M 59 3213

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1132 TC3C 59 2079 DG7KR 59 011

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1134 TC3C 59 2080 GW9T 59 2117

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1136 TC3C 59 2081 YT2AAA 59 465

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1137 TC3C 59 2082 IZ2WFL 59 092

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1138 TC3C 59 2083 YO4BEX 59 152

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1139 TC3C 59 2084 EW8ZO 59 606

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1140 TC3C 59 2085 SQ3OGP 59 047

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1142 TC3C 59 2086 HA7GN 59 002

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1145 TC3C 59 2087 SP3HZG 59 302

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1145 TC3C 59 2088 YT8T 59 819

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1146 TC3C 59 2089 DC8RI 59 793

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1148 TC3C 59 2090 EW6GF 59 598

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1149 TC3C 59 2091 DG1ATN 59 092

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1150 TC3C 59 2092 DL8ULO 59 110

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1151 TC3C 59 2093 YO5KTK 59 620

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1152 TC3C 59 2094 N4MM 59 210

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1152 TC3C 59 2095 IK6GPZ 59 510

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1153 TC3C 59 2096 CT1DZY 59 123

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1154 TC3C 59 2097 DL1BA 59 163

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1156 TC3C 59 2098 EE1X 59 254

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1157 TC3C 59 2099 S52WW 59 706

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1202 TC3C 59 2100 SM0FM 59 101

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1203 TC3C 59 2101 DL2A 59 523

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1204 TC3C 59 2102 DG9BIP/P 59 052

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1205 TC3C 59 2103 DD0VR 59 125

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1205 TC3C 59 2104 SP3UIW 59 228

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1206 TC3C 59 2105 DF6WE 59 323

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1206 TC3C 59 2106 OK1Q 59 016

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1207 TC3C 59 2107 ER1CS 59 325

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1207 TC3C 59 2108 SM4DQE 59 757

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1208 TC3C 59 2109 R7FF 59 532

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1209 TC3C 59 2110 RZ3BG 59 054

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1213 TC3C 59 2111 RZ3DW 59 465

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1218 TC3C 59 2112 IT9AZK 59 161

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1218 TC3C 59 2113 OM4DN 59 462

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1224 TC3C 59 2114 UT8UF 59 510

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1229 TC3C 59 2115 OE6XUG 59 175

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1231 TC3C 59 2116 IR9Z 59 056

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1234 TC3C 59 2117 EU6AA 59 076

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1235 TC3C 59 2118 YO8RZJ 59 267

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1238 TC3C 59 2119 OK5OK 59 278

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1243 TC3C 59 2120 IN3EHR 59 112

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1244 TC3C 59 2121 IK2AQZ 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1244 TC3C 59 2122 SP5X 59 410

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1244 TC3C 59 2123 DO7TPB 59 273

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1245 TC3C 59 2124 DL1RIO 59 033

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1246 TC3C 59 2125 PA3CMO 59 883

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1246 TC3C 59 2126 DO6FFH 59 233

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1247 TC3C 59 2127 DL1MWG 59 076

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1248 TC3C 59 2128 IZ1HBC 59 093

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1250 TC3C 59 2129 SM0LGO 59 047

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1250 TC3C 59 2130 F6HIQ 59 068

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1250 TC3C 59 2131 SN6F 59 414

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1251 TC3C 59 2132 IK2VFW 59 355

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1251 TC3C 59 2133 OE7FMH 59 048

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1252 TC3C 59 2134 OK1KT 59 402

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1252 TC3C 59 2135 IZ2WFL 59 110

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1254 TC3C 59 2136 DO1OMA 59 215

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1254 TC3C 59 2137 IK2CMN 59 017

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1255 TC3C 59 2138 SP4AAZ 59 196

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1255 TC3C 59 2139 YL3DX 59 088

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1256 TC3C 59 2140 DL7URH 59 139

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1257 TC3C 59 2141 DD7NT 59 134

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1257 TC3C 59 2142 DO3LK 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1258 TC3C 59 2143 DL2HQS 59 015

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1258 TC3C 59 2144 LY2SA 59 961

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1259 TC3C 59 2145 HZ1PS 59 108

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1300 TC3C 59 2146 5Z4JC 59 001

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1301 TC3C 59 2147 EW4MM 59 764

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1301 TC3C 59 2148 DO3GLM 59 141

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1302 TC3C 59 2149 DL7DET 59 337

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1302 TC3C 59 2150 SP6FJ 59 177

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1302 TC3C 59 2151 IK3ELC 59 028

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1303 TC3C 59 2152 SP6NVK 59 314

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1303 TC3C 59 2153 DJ4PK 59 019

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1304 TC3C 59 2154 DO7ASR 59 006

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1304 TC3C 59 2155 SP5VYI 59 939

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1305 TC3C 59 2156 DJ9UN 59 065

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1305 TC3C 59 2157 RM9T 59 593

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1305 TC3C 59 2158 DL9KST 59 039

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1306 TC3C 59 2159 EA5XY 59 176

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1306 TC3C 59 2160 F4DVO 59 095

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1306 TC3C 59 2161 I1DXD 59 296

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1307 TC3C 59 2162 LA2OTA 59 119

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1308 TC3C 59 2163 I2ANF 59 101

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1308 TC3C 59 2164 DE1GNP 59 031

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1309 TC3C 59 2165 RA4ACX 59 595

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1309 TC3C 59 2166 UT5AT 59 039

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1309 TC3C 59 2167 RV9MB 59 163

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1310 TC3C 59 2168 DK7STF 59 059

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1311 TC3C 59 2169 IW2ETR 59 420

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1311 TC3C 59 2170 SP4DZT 59 471

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1312 TC3C 59 2171 RA9JP 59 1332

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1312 TC3C 59 2172 IZ3NVR 59 132

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1313 TC3C 59 2173 RO1B 59 080

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1313 TC3C 59 2174 KK9T 59 084

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1314 TC3C 59 2175 HK6CF 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1315 TC3C 59 2176 WA4GP 59 140

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1317 TC3C 59 2177 OK4PA 59 1185

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1318 TC3C 59 2178 UA9NP 59 309

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1318 TC3C 59 2179 YL3CY 59 224

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1319 TC3C 59 2180 KS3F 59 539

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1319 TC3C 59 2181 DF5MA 59 1014

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1320 TC3C 59 2182 ES5MG 59 678

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1320 TC3C 59 2183 UN2G 59 370

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1321 TC3C 59 2184 DJ6RN 59 153

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1321 TC3C 59 2185 OK1MIQ 59 240

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1322 TC3C 59 2186 IZ1QXW 59 033

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1323 TC3C 59 2187 UA0WY 59 715

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1324 TC3C 59 2188 N4NX 59 329

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1324 TC3C 59 2189 RU4PP 59 383

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1325 TC3C 59 2190 M0KCM 59 050

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1325 TC3C 59 2191 SQ5ASR 59 126

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1325 TC3C 59 2192 SP2TQW 59 026

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1326 TC3C 59 2193 EU4AA 59 137

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1327 TC3C 59 2194 DK4FP 59 033

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1327 TC3C 59 2195 OK7N 59 305

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1328 TC3C 59 2196 PA4PS 59 259

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1328 TC3C 59 2197 DK3TL 59 077

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1328 TC3C 59 2198 DF2TT 59 623

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1329 TC3C 59 2199 IK2QIN 59 084

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1329 TC3C 59 2200 RK9SWF 59 819

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1330 TC3C 59 2201 LA0FA 59 055

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1331 TC3C 59 2202 EB8AH 59 2266

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1332 TC3C 59 2203 DL9DYL 59 406

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1332 TC3C 59 2204 SP2ILQ 59 106

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1332 TC3C 59 2205 EE7R 59 770

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1333 TC3C 59 2206 G4IIY 59 116

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1335 TC3C 59 2207 DO4EB 59 056

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1336 TC3C 59 2208 IZ1JLF 59 295

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1336 TC3C 59 2209 IN3FHE 59 173

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1336 TC3C 59 2210 KI1G 59 2620

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1337 TC3C 59 2211 G4FVK 59 065

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1337 TC3C 59 2212 SQ6R 59 357

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1337 TC3C 59 2213 PA8F 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1338 TC3C 59 2214 DL6NDW 59 1090

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1338 TC3C 59 2215 DL5MK 59 054

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1338 TC3C 59 2216 NF8J 59 280

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1338 TC3C 59 2217 F8CRS 59 047

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1339 TC3C 59 2218 DF1HF 59 214

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1340 TC3C 59 2219 SP3UIW 59 258

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1341 TC3C 59 2220 OK1VDJ 59 072

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1341 TC3C 59 2221 OZ6OM 59 065

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1342 TC3C 59 2222 OK1DPU 59 034

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1343 TC3C 59 2223 F5ODA 59 241

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1343 TC3C 59 2224 UA8WAA 59 868

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1343 TC3C 59 2225 DL4WA 59 659

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1344 TC3C 59 2226 PA0RHA 59 077

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1346 TC3C 59 2227 ON3BPJ/QRP 59 007

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1346 TC3C 59 2228 R3ZV 59 767

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1347 TC3C 59 2229 LY4T 59 897

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1347 TC3C 59 2230 M0MCV 59 962

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1348 TC3C 59 2231 DR4A 59 004

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1348 TC3C 59 2232 DK8HE 59 046

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1348 TC3C 59 2233 EA4CWW 59 136

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1349 TC3C 59 2234 RU3FT 59 305

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1349 TC3C 59 2235 HB9DRS 59 119

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1350 TC3C 59 2236 G0DRM 59 127

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1350 TC3C 59 2237 DO1OHL 59 067

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1351 TC3C 59 2238 DC1HR 59 090

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1351 TC3C 59 2239 PA5VL 59 385

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1352 TC3C 59 2240 LA1DSA 59 364

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1352 TC3C 59 2241 DQ5X 59 832

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1355 TC3C 59 2242 G4XEX 59 064

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1356 TC3C 59 2243 LY2BBF 59 133

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1357 TC3C 59 2244 IZ1ANK 59 646

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1357 TC3C 59 2245 DL7USW/P 59 101

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1358 TC3C 59 2246 M6BMB 59 013

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1359 TC3C 59 2247 IK2AUK 59 039

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1359 TC3C 59 2248 DG1BQC 59 038

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1400 TC3C 59 2249 RK4HYT 59 915

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1406 TC3C 59 2250 DF3SD 59 910

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1407 TC3C 59 2251 OE3K 59 4181

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1407 TC3C 59 2252 RA3BL 59 299

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1408 TC3C 59 2253 YU7AJM 59 656

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1408 TC3C 59 2254 OE3RTB 59 272

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1408 TC3C 59 2255 ES9C 59 4725

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1409 TC3C 59 2256 DM5JBN 59 572

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1410 TC3C 59 2257 OG73X 59 2449

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1411 TC3C 59 2258 YO5ALI 59 441

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1411 TC3C 59 2259 OM2LA 59 047

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1412 TC3C 59 2260 DF7EF 59 635

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1413 TC3C 59 2261 PD1SGH 59 090

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1414 TC3C 59 2262 RN4NF 59 332

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1416 TC3C 59 2263 EE3A 59 1425

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1417 TC3C 59 2264 DJ5AN 59 190

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1418 TC3C 59 2265 UT5ERP 59 152

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1422 TC3C 59 2266 ER4LX 59 931

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1422 TC3C 59 2267 EW1R 59 1445

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1423 TC3C 59 2268 DK2WU 59 255

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1424 TC3C 59 2269 I5OON 59 009

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1424 TC3C 59 2270 DL4RAK 59 007

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1425 TC3C 59 2271 W0RIC 59 042

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1426 TC3C 59 2272 EA4CWW 59 145

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1426 TC3C 59 2273 K2VV 59 049

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1426 TC3C 59 2274 RK3IM 59 031

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1427 TC3C 59 2275 IW3EKH 59 024

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1428 TC3C 59 2276 W7UDY 59 113

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1428 TC3C 59 2277 RD3AW 59 165

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1429 TC3C 59 2278 HA5KY 59 022

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1429 TC3C 59 2279 EA1EMB 59 163

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1430 TC3C 59 2280 HB9ELE 59 033

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1430 TC3C 59 2281 ED5K 59 310

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1431 TC3C 59 2282 OH2BAD 59 005

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1431 TC3C 59 2283 S57UX 59 363

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1433 TC3C 59 2284 DL0KB 59 007

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1433 TC3C 59 2285 OM6AL 59 469

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1434 TC3C 59 2286 RL6MA 59 530

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1434 TC3C 59 2287 PD4JOF 59 096

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1435 TC3C 59 2288 R5DT 59 751

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1435 TC3C 59 2289 ON7HLU 59 524

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1436 TC3C 59 2290 DL1GPR 59 022

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1436 TC3C 59 2291 S59AA 59 131

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1436 TC3C 59 2292 DL8YH 59 129

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1437 TC3C 59 2293 PD3ALX 59 049

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1437 TC3C 59 2294 S57W 59 229

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1438 TC3C 59 2295 DD8SM 59 238

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1441 TC3C 59 2296 RA3VE 59 411

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1441 TC3C 59 2297 IZ0RPS 59 012

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1443 TC3C 59 2298 RU0FM 59 2035

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1444 TC3C 59 2299 RX3AJM 59 035

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1444 TC3C 59 2300 LA2RR 59 117

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1446 TC3C 59 2301 EA5HKZ 59 072

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1446 TC3C 59 2302 RM2U 59 1329

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1447 TC3C 59 2303 OH9GGY 59 238

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1448 TC3C 59 2304 DL3NCJ 59 198

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1448 TC3C 59 2305 OM5WW 59 335

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1449 TC3C 59 2306 PA4PS 59 315

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1450 TC3C 59 2307 SM6MVE 59 439

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1451 TC3C 59 2308 F4DXP 59 202

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1452 TC3C 59 2309 RZ0SZZ 59 1816

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1452 TC3C 59 2310 DK2FW 59 121

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1453 TC3C 59 2311 IK0JNI 59 032

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1453 TC3C 59 2312 I4AUM 59 260

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1453 TC3C 59 2313 YU7KM 59 281

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1454 TC3C 59 2314 OK1KT 59 438

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1454 TC3C 59 2315 DJ7PA 59 071

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1455 TC3C 59 2316 DJ4PK 59 065

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1455 TC3C 59 2317 OK1WCF 59 1531

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1455 TC3C 59 2318 OH2KI 59 007

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1457 TC3C 59 2319 F2AR 59 076

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1457 TC3C 59 2320 A41OO 59 041

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1458 TC3C 59 2321 VK4NM 59 3119

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1458 TC3C 59 2322 SP9WLC 59 012

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1458 TC3C 59 2323 E77TA 59 524

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1459 TC3C 59 2324 IN3IKF 59 058

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1459 TC3C 59 2325 IZ5CNW 59 044

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1459 TC3C 59 2326 G4CUS 59 257

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1500 TC3C 59 2327 F5OZK 59 039

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1501 TC3C 59 2328 TA3GT 59 067

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1501 TC3C 59 2329 9A6GWF 59 144

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1502 TC3C 59 2330 HA0RZK 59 172

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1503 TC3C 59 2331 IT9TVF 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1503 TC3C 59 2332 F4FFN 59 176

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1505 TC3C 59 2333 LZ9W 59 2169

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1506 TC3C 59 2334 F8DYD 59 089

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1507 TC3C 59 2335 DL5JS 59 1036

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1507 TC3C 59 2336 OK5IM 59 096

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1508 TC3C 59 2337 R3OM 59 063

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1509 TC3C 59 2338 RZ1AZ 59 204

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1510 TC3C 59 2339 IW3RPS 59 073

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1511 TC3C 59 2340 S57S 59 043

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1511 TC3C 59 2341 HA9WOR 59 400

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1512 TC3C 59 2342 W6CCP 59 076

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1512 TC3C 59 2343 CN2R 59 4042

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1513 TC3C 59 2344 RA4DR 59 180

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1514 TC3C 59 2345 VU3RGO 59 066

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1515 TC3C 59 2346 DL9NDV 59 137

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1515 TC3C 59 2347 DL6NDW 59 1132

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1515 TC3C 59 2348 IF9A 59 1697

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1516 TC3C 59 2349 UA3VVB 59 451

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1517 TC3C 59 2350 SP7VS 59 156

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1517 TC3C 59 2351 RC7A 59 506

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1518 TC3C 59 2352 EA5EV 59 665

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1518 TC3C 59 2353 I4XNN 59 587

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1519 TC3C 59 2354 OK2BZE 59 443

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1519 TC3C 59 2355 HA100CGCDH 59 153

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1520 TC3C 59 2356 EA5UJ 59 086

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1520 TC3C 59 2357 DK4GC 59 297

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1521 TC3C 59 2358 DL7VFM 59 168

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1523 TC3C 59 2359 DM5ZQL 59 018

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1523 TC3C 59 2360 9A206B 59 403

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1524 TC3C 59 2361 TM4Q 59 043

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1524 TC3C 59 2362 DG1NFS 59 136

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1525 TC3C 59 2363 DL9HD 59 105

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1525 TC3C 59 2364 YL2TB 59 127

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1526 TC3C 59 2365 LY2N 59 379

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1527 TC3C 59 2366 OM0DX 59 152

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1527 TC3C 59 2367 RN6DR 59 037

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1527 TC3C 59 2368 S52OP 59 1165

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1528 TC3C 59 2369 PE2K 59 664

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1528 TC3C 59 2370 EF2O 59 757

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1529 TC3C 59 2371 9A202GA 59 582

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1530 TC3C 59 2372 HA7YS 59 378

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1532 TC3C 59 2373 RL6M 59 1950

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1533 TC3C 59 2374 ER3CT 59 693

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1533 TC3C 59 2375 RW3TT 59 244

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1535 TC3C 59 2376 DF2WF 59 191

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1536 TC3C 59 2377 OE6HLF 59 614

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1536 TC3C 59 2378 EU3NA 59 276

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1539 TC3C 59 2379 S58AF 59 083

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1541 TC3C 59 2380 RW4WA 59 1647

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1543 TC3C 59 2381 OK1XZA 59 053

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1545 TC3C 59 2382 HA5BA 59 149

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1545 TC3C 59 2383 IT9COR 59 921

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1547 TC3C 59 2384 PD1T 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1548 TC3C 59 2385 EA3EXP 59 079

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1549 TC3C 59 2386 HA1VG 59 029

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1549 TC3C 59 2387 I0UVP 59 104

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1550 TC3C 59 2388 EA2DT 59 569

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1550 TC3C 59 2389 VO1KVT 59 407

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1550 TC3C 59 2390 RL6LP 59 180

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1551 TC3C 59 2391 IK8UND 59 818

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1551 TC3C 59 2392 PA8KW 59 767

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1552 TC3C 59 2393 ON5NQ 59 214

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1553 TC3C 59 2394 GX0FUN 59 612

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1553 TC3C 59 2395 M0RNR 59 173

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1554 TC3C 59 2396 OM5LR 59 110

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1555 TC3C 59 2397 SM6NOC 59 575

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1556 TC3C 59 2398 DJ7QN 59 024

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1557 TC3C 59 2399 PA9LUC 59 301

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1558 TC3C 59 2400 SP6OPZ 59 356

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1559 TC3C 59 2401 UT5UUV 59 434

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1559 TC3C 59 2402 UI4I 59 1321

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1601 TC3C 59 2403 RU4CO 59 141

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1601 TC3C 59 2404 IK2LFF 59 689

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1602 TC3C 59 2405 IK3MLF 59 058

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1602 TC3C 59 2406 UR5MM 59 576

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1604 TC3C 59 2407 E20YLM 59 378

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1604 TC3C 59 2408 9A1MM 59 118

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1606 TC3C 59 2409 EA2CHL 59 755

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1607 TC3C 59 2410 UA4PAN 59 418

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1608 TC3C 59 2411 RK9UN 59 671

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1609 TC3C 59 2412 UP4L 59 2759

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1610 TC3C 59 2413 K1QS 59 552

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1610 TC3C 59 2414 R8ABC 59 415

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1612 TC3C 59 2415 UR5ETN 59 700

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1614 TC3C 59 2416 OE3ABB 59 012

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1614 TC3C 59 2417 HA6PJ 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1615 TC3C 59 2418 OG4T 59 671

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1615 TC3C 59 2419 UA6EU 59 086

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1616 TC3C 59 2420 UP0L 59 4356

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1617 TC3C 59 2421 R9DA 59 1069

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1617 TC3C 59 2422 HA3HZ 59 418

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1618 TC3C 59 2423 RV9CBW 59 1250

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1619 TC3C 59 2424 PG2AA 59 300

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1621 TC3C 59 2425 UT8UD 59 151

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1621 TC3C 59 2426 IZ0RIN 59 001

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1622 TC3C 59 2427 IK5ORP 59 016

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1623 TC3C 59 2428 DR2P 59 189

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1624 TC3C 59 2429 IW4EMR 59 246

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1625 TC3C 59 2430 DK0MN 59 076

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1625 TC3C 59 2431 UT5UKY 59 459

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1627 TC3C 59 2432 IK2SAI 59 297

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1627 TC3C 59 2433 UA3VFS 59 1114

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1629 TC3C 59 2434 TA2ZP 59 004

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1630 TC3C 59 2435 IN3JJI 59 129

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1631 TC3C 59 2436 UV3QF 59 676

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1632 TC3C 59 2437 IW1HGP 59 059

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1634 TC3C 59 2438 U1BD 59 659

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1634 TC3C 59 2439 HA0BR 59 100

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1635 TC3C 59 2440 RL3ZH 59 780

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1636 TC3C 59 2441 IV3CTS 59 091

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1636 TC3C 59 2442 R3ZV 59 856

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1637 TC3C 59 2443 EA2RW 59 181

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1637 TC3C 59 2444 OK1DVA 59 083

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1638 TC3C 59 2445 HA0HW 59 272

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1638 TC3C 59 2446 S51F 59 1684

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1639 TC3C 59 2447 JH0INP 59 031

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1640 TC3C 59 2448 DH7KU 59 080

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1641 TC3C 59 2449 UT1IM 59 821

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1642 TC3C 59 2450 IZ5LZP 59 040

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1643 TC3C 59 2451 UA9YF 59 161

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1643 TC3C 59 2452 IW3SGT 59 139

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1644 TC3C 59 2453 S56FQC 59 131

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1645 TC3C 59 2454 RT4RO 59 3556

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1650 TC3C 59 2455 UY4F 59 632

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1653 TC3C 59 2456 RN6HCW 59 757

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1654 TC3C 59 2457 YT8A 59 1898

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1654 TC3C 59 2458 4L5O 59 1229

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1655 TC3C 59 2459 UT7MW 59 512

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1656 TC3C 59 2460 9A1A 59 1887

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1657 TC3C 59 2461 IK2SAI 59 307

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1658 TC3C 59 2462 A73A 59 729

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1700 TC3C 59 2463 SA2BRN 59 606

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1703 TC3C 59 2464 SV2GJV 59 933

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1706 TC3C 59 2465 SE6E 59 1410

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1717 TC3C 59 2466 LZ40YE 59 039

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1718 TC3C 59 2467 LZ2FM 59 083

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1719 TC3C 59 2468 YO5KTK 59 751

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1720 TC3C 59 2469 OM0CS 59 205

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1721 TC3C 59 2470 IS0BGL 59 054

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1721 TC3C 59 2471 UA9BS 59 2569

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1723 TC3C 59 2472 UT6EE 59 930

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1725 TC3C 59 2473 SP4SHD 59 359

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1729 TC3C 59 2474 I1DXD 59 370

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 1730 TC3C 59 2475 YO8SGN 59 507

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1734 TC3C 59 2476 N1KWF 59 123

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1735 TC3C 59 2477 D4A 59 3472

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1739 TC3C 59 2478 XE1GRR 59 019

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1740 TC3C 59 2479 V47JA 59 428

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1742 TC3C 59 2480 N4KC 59 054

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1743 TC3C 59 2481 F5CQ 59 137

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1744 TC3C 59 2482 WX3B 59 1628

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1744 TC3C 59 2483 EA8CST 59 324

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1745 TC3C 59 2484 KU0G 59 451

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1746 TC3C 59 2485 W4AS 59 392

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1746 TC3C 59 2486 AD1L 59 308

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1747 TC3C 59 2487 K3MD 59 963

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1747 TC3C 59 2488 PC2F 59 019

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1747 TC3C 59 2489 K4OWR 59 189

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1748 TC3C 59 2490 KF2O 59 055

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1748 TC3C 59 2491 PR5A 59 850

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1749 TC3C 59 2492 W2GH 59 265

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1749 TC3C 59 2493 PQ5B 59 3943

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1750 TC3C 59 2494 NE1C 59 907

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1750 TC3C 59 2495 K2CDP 59 054

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1752 TC3C 59 2496 KD3TB 59 296

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1752 TC3C 59 2497 N3RWB 59 086

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1753 TC3C 59 2498 G3ROG 59 005

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1753 TC3C 59 2499 N2JF 59 182

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1754 TC3C 59 2500 OR1Z 59 1232

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1755 TC3C 59 2501 K0KX 59 836

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1755 TC3C 59 2502 ON4BGI 59 003

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1759 TC3C 59 2503 PY3IP 59 445

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1759 TC3C 59 2504 GW7ERI 59 186

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1800 TC3C 59 2505 KM1W 59 1363

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1802 TC3C 59 2506 W3GNQ 59 197

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1803 TC3C 59 2507 VE9HF 59 2032

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1805 TC3C 59 2508 N4CPV 59 170

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1806 TC3C 59 2509 AC2FC 59 027

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1806 TC3C 59 2510 N2FF 59 418

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1807 TC3C 59 2511 G8AXZ 59 044

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1807 TC3C 59 2512 N5MOA 59 112

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1809 TC3C 59 2513 IZ7FMI 59 619

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1810 TC3C 59 2514 G3KAF 59 033

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1810 TC3C 59 2515 VE1BVD 59 411

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1810 TC3C 59 2516 W7PP 59 874

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1813 TC3C 59 2517 F5NBX 59 401

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1814 TC3C 59 2518 ED9Z 59 2212

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1815 TC3C 59 2519 CS2P 59 1999

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1816 TC3C 59 2520 AD4Z 59 2788

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1817 TC3C 59 2521 W3TZ 59 480

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1818 TC3C 59 2522 NX0X 59 2838

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1819 TC3C 59 2523 E7DX 59 3907

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1820 TC3C 59 2524 KE3X 59 1164

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1821 TC3C 59 2525 EF3A 59 748

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1821 TC3C 59 2526 G6PZ 59 1170

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1822 TC3C 59 2527 CR3A 59 2600

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1823 TC3C 59 2528 TM7F 59 2400

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1824 TC3C 59 2529 TM1E 59 1682

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1825 TC3C 59 2530 EE2W 59 1417

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1826 TC3C 59 2531 WZ4F 59 2371

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1827 TC3C 59 2532 CS2C 59 3062

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1829 TC3C 59 2533 PW7T 59 2005

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1830 TC3C 59 2534 KQ2M 59 2320

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1832 TC3C 59 2535 PR5B 59 2823

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1833 TC3C 59 2536 TM7X 59 1398

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1835 TC3C 59 2537 NV1N 59 2026

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1835 TC3C 59 2538 KU2M 59 1635

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1838 TC3C 59 2539 EE3T 59 2686

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1840 TC3C 59 2540 EC2DX 59 3740

QSO: 21000 PH 2012-03-25 1842 TC3C 59 2541 HI3K 59 1142

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1850 TC3C 59 2542 ED3X 59 3284

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1851 TC3C 59 2543 EE7R 59 876

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1852 TC3C 59 2544 RA1AL 59 346

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1854 TC3C 59 2545 DK7FS 59 066

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1855 TC3C 59 2546 DL1NEO 59 332

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1856 TC3C 59 2547 DL6DVU 59 252

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1857 TC3C 59 2548 PY4DK 59 099

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1901 TC3C 59 2549 EA8VD 59 422

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1903 TC3C 59 2550 RM3F 59 3543

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1904 TC3C 59 2551 EA2LMI 59 927

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1904 TC3C 59 2552 UP2L 59 5149

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1906 TC3C 59 2553 BD5RV 59 1245

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1907 TC3C 59 2554 UA3AGW 59 581

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1909 TC3C 59 2555 EB3CW 59 2623

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1913 TC3C 59 2556 DL5NA 59 106

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1913 TC3C 59 2557 PY1ZV 59 810

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1916 TC3C 59 2558 TA3CP/QRP 59 036

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1916 TC3C 59 2559 UA9FGJ 59 425

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1917 TC3C 59 2560 RA9FRD 59 074

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1918 TC3C 59 2561 PP7LL 59 138

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1918 TC3C 59 2562 DL7URH 59 209

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1920 TC3C 59 2563 RV3DB 59 095

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1929 TC3C 59 2564 ED1G 59 1277

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1931 TC3C 59 2565 8P5A 59 5663

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1932 TC3C 59 2566 VY2/K5WA 59 2921

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1933 TC3C 59 2567 VE9HF 59 2224

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1934 TC3C 59 2568 9Y4W 59 3458

QSO: 14000 PH 2012-03-25 1939 TC3C 59 2569 PT2CM 59 1711

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1946 TC3C 59 2570 YO5KTK 59 811

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1946 TC3C 59 2571 UU7J 59 2694

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1947 TC3C 59 2572 9A5G 59 053

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1948 TC3C 59 2573 UR5RP 59 770

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1949 TC3C 59 2574 RW6AWQ 59 091

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 1949 TC3C 59 2575 YO2MKT 59 179

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2015 TC3C 59 2576 YO4GVC 59 017

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2016 TC3C 59 2577 CT1IQI 59 068

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2017 TC3C 59 2578 IZ7SIA 59 110

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2018 TC3C 59 2579 DL5AZA 59 006

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2019 TC3C 59 2580 A65CA 59 170

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2020 TC3C 59 2581 IZ8XFM 59 052

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2022 TC3C 59 2582 SQ5IAU 59 605

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2023 TC3C 59 2583 UY2ZZ 59 047

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2025 TC3C 59 2584 IW9FI 59 454

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2025 TC3C 59 2585 IZ0RCP 59 193

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2027 TC3C 59 2586 UX2HB 59 092

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2027 TC3C 59 2587 A92IO 59 022

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2028 TC3C 59 2588 UA3VFS 59 1223

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2029 TC3C 59 2589 JA6LCJ 59 1642

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2030 TC3C 59 2590 RV4LC 59 214

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2031 TC3C 59 2591 YB2DX 59 471

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2033 TC3C 59 2592 GM7V 59 2228

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2033 TC3C 59 2593 OO4O 59 559

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2036 TC3C 59 2594 2E1FVS 59 438

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2040 TC3C 59 2595 OM3CDN 59 154

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2043 TC3C 59 2596 RD3QA 59 269

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2045 TC3C 59 2597 OK1BB 59 421

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2046 TC3C 59 2598 YO2MJZ 59 260

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2047 TC3C 59 2599 EW8OG 59 228

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2048 TC3C 59 2600 YB6EN 59 426

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2049 TC3C 59 2601 UA3BL 59 1282

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2050 TC3C 59 2602 TA3CP/QRP 59 047

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2051 TC3C 59 2603 SA7YS 59 451

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2052 TC3C 59 2604 UA6II 59 308

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2052 TC3C 59 2605 UR5AS 59 1595

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2054 TC3C 59 2606 S51ZZ 59 006

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2055 TC3C 59 2607 EA7HE 59 112

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2055 TC3C 59 2608 UZ2L 59 614

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2056 TC3C 59 2609 DL8EAQ 59 461

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2058 TC3C 59 2610 IK0XBX 59 366

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2101 TC3C 59 2611 I4AUM 59 425

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2102 TC3C 59 2612 TA5CV 59 100

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2102 TC3C 59 2613 EA3DWX 59 091

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2104 TC3C 59 2614 IZ4JMA 59 259

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2108 TC3C 59 2615 PA4J 59 347

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2110 TC3C 59 2616 EA5/GW3RIH 59 028

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2112 TC3C 59 2617 PA2MRT 59 248

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2121 TC3C 59 2618 YU5VV 59 010

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2125 TC3C 59 2619 HB9MH 59 2352

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2129 TC3C 59 2620 S51A 59 3263

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2135 TC3C 59 2621 YO8MI 59 098

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2137 TC3C 59 2622 DL9GS 59 497

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2140 TC3C 59 2623 Z35M 59 223

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2142 TC3C 59 2624 LZ8E 59 2157

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2144 TC3C 59 2625 YM3KB 59 150

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2145 TC3C 59 2626 US0IJ 59 201

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2146 TC3C 59 2627 I1EIS 59 673

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2146 TC3C 59 2628 YO4AUP 59 104

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2147 TC3C 59 2629 ED1R 59 576

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2150 TC3C 59 2630 IT9JDH 59 243

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2153 TC3C 59 2631 UR5AS 59 1642

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2154 TC3C 59 2632 UR3AHF 59 375

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2155 TC3C 59 2633 DL5RCW 59 335

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2155 TC3C 59 2634 UU7J 59 2823

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2156 TC3C 59 2635 UT5EOX 59 471

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2157 TC3C 59 2636 IZ2YNW 59 123

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2159 TC3C 59 2637 I7OEB 59 251

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2201 TC3C 59 2638 LY7Z 59 564

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2203 TC3C 59 2639 HB9DHA 59 040

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2204 TC3C 59 2640 SV5DKL 59 2077

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2211 TC3C 59 2641 DM4X 59 355

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2212 TC3C 59 2642 9A4ZZ 59 075

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2226 TC3C 59 2643 IZ5IMD 59 173

QSO: 3500 PH 2012-03-25 2228 TC3C 59 2644 YO5OHM 59 773

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2305 TC3C 59 2645 IZ5RLK 59 332

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2307 TC3C 59 2646 9A1CG 59 088

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2310 TC3C 59 2647 UY8IO 59 248

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2311 TC3C 59 2648 9A8M 59 3273

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2312 TC3C 59 2649 UT3GB 59 037

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2312 TC3C 59 2650 RW3TT 59 300

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2315 TC3C 59 2651 HA8JV 59 3270

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2316 TC3C 59 2652 RK4HYT 59 1026

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2321 TC3C 59 2653 CR6K 59 4295

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2326 TC3C 59 2654 YU7AJM 59 819

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2327 TC3C 59 2655 9A1IW 59 532

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2327 TC3C 59 2656 RA3NC 59 675

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2331 TC3C 59 2657 UP0L 59 4527

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2332 TC3C 59 2658 IK8UND 59 988

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2335 TC3C 59 2659 RZ9YB 59 771

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2341 TC3C 59 2660 YR2X 59 774

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2347 TC3C 59 2661 RW0BG 59 136

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2354 TC3C 59 2662 UE85DRK 59 2321

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2356 TC3C 59 2663 OK1KT 59 600

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2356 TC3C 59 2664 OK2BGN 59 173

QSO: 7000 PH 2012-03-25 2359 TC3C 59 2665 ED1G 59 1394

END-OF-LOG:
 
DJ8OG(@DJ6QT)   SO(A)AB HP   8,689,5602012-03-30 07:20:13
Thanks to Walter for his fine station and for all calls during the contest.

Vy73 de Matt - DJ8OG
 
YU5R(YU6DX)   SOSB10 HP   589,6802012-03-30 08:08:30
Because repairing antennas, we were not able to do our favorite category M / 2.
Therefore I decided to do a "daily" band, I decided to be 10M.
The poor conditions on 10 meters for Europe, but a lot of strong signals from
the East.In the log almost 50% of Asia, I must mention a good response from
South America.Anyway, great experience and great fun are not absent..See you in
the CW part in May! 73' Alex , YU6DX
 
ED9Z(EA7HZ-EA7JR-EA7LL-EA7RU-EA9LZ)   M/2 HP   33,325,0682012-03-30 08:23:34
One more time the ED9Z team enjoy during a contest, unfortunately the
propagation was really very very bad, sunday morning we've do not think we can
get 5.000qsos, but after thousands of calling calling, at the end of the
contest we've got a better results than expected, I do not remember something
similar.
Well as always thank you very much to SPIDERBEAM ANTENNAS for their support, as
always spiderbeam antennas surprise us with not only the efficient perfomance,
in addition, light, easy to assembly, small package from tramport and very
cheap.

Contest set up
Icom781 acom2000A
icom781proIII expert
Spiderbeam antennas 10-15-20-40
80meters spiderbeam vertical.
spiderbeam aluminium mast 18meters
powered by Wintest.

Cu. next contest
ED9Z team.
 
EB3CW   SO(A)AB HP   8,564,9882012-03-30 10:59:19
My first participation in the SO AB Category. Very happy with my results.
 
N4EK   SOSB15 LP   32,3202012-03-30 12:34:22
I had every intent of stopping by N4UU's QTH to put in a few hours after a trip
to Cedar Key but my wife wanted to go straight home. Got home mid afternoon
Sunday and had to set up the new computer for N1MM. Put in 3 hours on 15m.
See everybody in the FQP.

73, N4EK
 
VE3HMK   SOSB40 LP   5722012-03-30 13:47:20
This is my first WPX Contest i could've continue taking part in this contest
except i had to go shopping & celebrating my nephews birthday party that
hampered my chances to enjoy the contest i will take part in other contest's
including Ontario QSO Party, 73's to all Mark VE3HMK.
 
N4LF   SOAB LP   25,9262012-03-30 14:11:53
Just a little dabbling in the phone contest.

Don't forget about the Florda QSO Party the weekend of April 28!
 
OL4A(@OK1RF/OK1RI)   M/2 HP   31,201,3682012-03-30 14:56:50
Another gathering in Brezina. At first we are most happy that our friend OK1DO
could join us in good spirit after his heart problems.

This time the Middle Europe was for sure not the place to be in. The
propagation toward the USA was once more BAD. Specifically on 20m. We just
could not generate any decent pileup. Sunday was a bit better than Saturday.
There was some pileup on 15m and something going on on 40 to the east. I was
listening on 20 around 18 UTC the time one would expect to have the best
propagation - but heard only the big guns above noise. I was listening with
other big guns in our area (9A1A (600 km to the south + DR1A 700 km
north-west), both were calling CQ happily without much action. I was on 9A1A
frequency over 4 minutes and they made 0 QSOs (!!) during that time. DR1A was
more successful he made in 5 minutes 2 QSOs but with EU only. Each km to the
south/west counted during this weekend significantly. Already IR4X about 600 km
to the south-west worked some USA and I could hear less than 1/3 of the
stations. Of course not to mention stations in G, F or EA - it is already
different world. It is like beeing in Wisconsin x NJ. The score is 5 mil less
compared to last year.

I believe this is a place to say BIG thanks to VE3EN for his wonderful
solarham.com and actually this time the propagation was in very good accordance
to the numbers and maps. The UGLY green Auroral oval on "ovation" + "Aurora"
being in the range 7-8 was un-penetrable, A-index was 10, so what could be
expected. Of course operation from C5A would have been a different "cup of
coffee" and we are already looking forward to CQWW 2012.

Anyway we all had fun and most probably hope to meet you again in WPXCW.

Congratulation to the EI7M team from the far west of Europe and as I believe to
IR4X too.

Thanks for the QSOs

73 !

Jiri
OK1RI
 
WP3GW   SOAB LP   631,2842012-03-30 17:24:41
Pretty nice conditions, could not make the 100 country goal, but had more points
that any other, did catch to work EE8Z (NP4Z) on 15m.
 
KH7X(@KH6YY)   M/S HP   20,006,6152012-03-30 19:40:26
Lots of fun and great team-work all weekend, including a midnight tower climb to
bypass a stack match that failed half way through.

Thanks to all that made it into our log.

Aloha -
KH6ND
 
W6AMD   SOSB10 LP   7482012-03-30 23:00:23
Had lots of fun!
73, Tony W6AMD
 
DP6T(@DK9UMA)   M/M HP   20,680,8292012-03-31 02:02:17
Lot of work, not enough OPs, lots of FUN !!!!
Next year again.
73 Ulrich DK9UMA
 
DQ8N   M/2 HP   27,328,9962012-03-31 03:10:35
We missing a real 40m DX Antenna. A vertical is not enough.
 
TO5K(RCØF)   SOAB HP   16,592,4402012-03-31 06:40:55
Great contest!

Unfortunately did not achieve what expected due to the computer crash in the
best hour rates. After two unexpected hour of the rest time at 21:53 I finally
turned second PC and start running on 15m and that was the best hour rates in
the contest - 238 QSOs/hour, 50 QSOs/10 min. But after 1.5 hour this PC goes to
blue screen as well.

When I finally get back on the air I lost best hours rates and too much
unexpected time for rest so I decided to play just for fun.

Many thanks to Laurent FM5BH and his XYL for the wonderful hospitality!

I'll be back )))

See you in the CQWW DX phone this year as TO5K again.
 
IO3P(IV3TMV)   SO(A)SB15 HP   2,563,3232012-03-31 07:57:00
HELLO GUYS
TNX FER MANY QSO
HAVE JOB WITH THE MY NEW ANTENNA SYSTEM 5 + 5 + 6 ELM. 15 MT
GREAT JOB TO JA E USA STATION .
CU IN NEXT TEST


73S DE FLAVIO
IV3TMV
 
N5FO   SOAB HP   37,0722012-03-31 08:29:00
Most crowded conditions of any contest I've worked thus far!
 
PQ5B(@PP5CFS)   M/S HP   19,327,4402012-03-31 10:58:18
Many QRN low band is impossible work.
Great team, half operators half logistic.
TKS for all qsos.
73, PQ5B team
 
V55V(@V51W)   M/2 HP   38,250,4502012-03-31 11:14:23
Many thanks to Martin V51W and XYL Ursi for letting us use their impressive
station and for superb hospitality. However far away from activity centers
it is not easy to find a gap on the low bands to operate a SSB contest.
We are happy with our 10m result but mostly only one band was open at the
same time. 15m nearly closed at noon time and 20m was totally dead
during the day and overcrouded at night time so hard to find a frequency.
We never tried 160m and also 80m and 40m yielded only few contacts.
It was a nice experience to operate the contest together from Namibia
however we dont expect to reach a top position so far away from the main
areas.
For the team: Dietmar DL3DXX
 
WA6KEK   SOAB HP   64,3952012-03-31 13:30:44
Got home Friday night and called the first station, my new keyer latched the rig
on transmit and wouldn't let go. Took me into the wee hours to fix a software
setup mistake on my part. I shouldn't have stopped my new setup checking at
getting rig control with WriteLog; I should have made a Q to verify all was
well!
I had a lot of fun and just did S&P while continuing to fine tune the new
setup. All is working great now.
Congrats to all the SCCC members on a lot of big scores!
73 Alan WA6KEK
 
LU3HFA   SOSB10 QRP   127,2042012-03-31 18:21:15
Posted by LU7HZ on behalf of LU3HFA
 
S54K(S51NZ)   SOSB80 HP   925,0402012-04-01 02:36:50
Thank's to all of you for the qso's. It was a temporary setup in field day
configuration, with tent, generator, wind, rain, cold weather, ... . It was a
new experience for me, and i have a lot of fun.

FT 2000, ACOM 1000 (800W), vertical, inv. v.(15m high).

73', Huby - s51nz.

PS.
Here are some pictures!

http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_001.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_006.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_007.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_014.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_018.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_022.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_028.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_039.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_051.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_052.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_062.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_071.jpg
http://www.s59ehi.net/public/wpx2012ssb/Strojna_wpx_ssb_2012_073.jpg
 
HL5YI   SOAB HP   83,1422012-04-01 05:39:36
..g.l
 
HA4XH(@HA3DX)   SO(A)SB15 LP   2,531,9642012-04-01 10:39:59
15mts was much better than the last weekend in the Russian DX contest. That time
I could only made 10 USA QSO's.

Now we had a good opening for USA and 110 countries from 36 Zones worked.

Thanks for all QSO's.

73's from Charlie (HA4XH)
 
G4FKA   SOSB10 LP   26,6222012-04-01 13:18:20
Part time entry on Saturday as very high local noise levels on Sunday prevented
any operation.

IC756 ProIII, 100w, 2 switchable sloping dipoles, one NE and one NW.

Thanks for the QSOs.
 
VC7R(VA7RR)   SOSB20 HP   5,808,6722012-04-01 13:45:28
First and foremost, many thanks to Allan, VE7SZ, for inviting me over to use his
FB station for the contest weekend.

Conditions were so-so here in British Columbia. I got off to what I
thought was a good start with a bit less than 600 QSOs in the first 3 hours,
mostly USA. It got a lot tougher after that - I logged less than 100 JA
stations the entire weekend, and, except for a vert short 10 minute spurt,
Europe was search and pounce only through to Sunday morning.

Fortunately, conditions improved quite a bit starting at Sunday sunrise.
I was able to call CQ off and on successfully into Europe for most of the day -
the rates were a bit on the slow side(20-40 EUs per hour), but pretty steady,
and I was able to add more than 200 prefixes to the log during this time. It
certainly made for lots of Sunday fun, mostly because one out of every three
stations that called was a new multiplier.

Thanks to everyone for the QSOs.

73,

Gary VA7RR
 
PU5FJR(@PP5UA)   SOSB10 LP   1,663,3602012-04-01 14:09:15
My first wpx, thank you to pp5ua that borrowed me his station.
Setup:
yaesu mark V field
antenna 5 el monoband yagi @ 12m

Thank you to my father pp5jr that help me with the setup
Hope see you in the next one
pu5fjr Eduardo
 
CQ9T   M/S HP   23,476,2292012-04-01 19:42:45
Contest : CQ World Wide WPX Contest
Callsign : CQ9T
Mode : PHONE
Category : Multi Operator - Single Transmitter (MS)
Overlay : ---
Band(s) : All bands (AB)
Class : High Power (HP)
Zone/State/... :
Locator : IM12JU
Operating time : 47h59

BAND QSO DUP PFX POINTS AVG
-----------------------------------
160 21 0 1 118 5.62
80 48 0 14 275 5.73
40 724 1 360 4307 5.95
20 651 1 108 1949 2.99
15 2339 8 620 7005 2.99
10 1075 4 290 3199 2.98
-----------------------------------
TOTAL 4858 14 1393 16853 3.47
===================================
TOTAL SCORE : 23 476 229
 
CQ8X(OH2UA)   SOAB HP   15,217,6862012-04-02 05:06:11
Wow, what a weekend it was! Radio Arcala's engineers allowed a first serious
remote contest from CR2X station located 4500 kilometers away of actual
operating position - over the Internet. It was a blast running those endless US
pileups from Azores, while looking Northern Lights through window at home 65
degrees north. It presented a new challenge, following the words of Hamlet - to
be or not to be (there)?

With ever increasing antenna restrictions and noisier environments, going
remote is most likely way serious folks are going to utilize the current
technology for the common good. Radio Arcala is in the forefront of pushing for
IP address driven station building blocks, such as radios and amps, while our
vision is that each station accessory will soon have its own IP facility.

Running the highest continental QSO number (4543 QSOs) in first serious try of
remote operation shows the potential of remote. There's still room for
improvement and honestly one needs to say that World's not ready - but we're
one step closer.

Radio Arcala welcomes the approach taken by CQ Magazine's Contest
administration in blessing our future by allowing remote operations in
contesting under existing rules.

These QSOs does not count for DXCC but it does count for the true spirit of
Amateur Radio, being in the vanguard of state-of-the-art technology and its
applications.


See ya in next one, somehow somewhere...

73 de Toni, OH2UA/CU2KI
 
PY9MM   SO(A)SB15 LP   1,162,4042012-04-02 09:06:06
Thank you to all the contact friends.

I Will be on CQMM DX CONTEST, April, 21/22 (rules www.cwjf.com.br)

I Will be PR9M (Contest Call). I hope to find them.

73!

Luiz Pedro PY9MM - PR9M.
 
S51CK   SO(A)SB20(TS) HP   2,138,8482012-04-02 11:03:21
73 de S51CK
 
WA3OFC   SOAB HP   157,6612012-04-02 16:59:35
Band QSOs Pts WPX
3.5 3 8 2
7 40 194 40
14 88 228 88
21 93 261 88
28 6 16 5
Total 230 707 223
 
YV5KG(@YV5AM)   SOSB15 LP   2,553,7442012-04-02 17:33:43
Thank you very much for to my good friend Reynaldo YV5AM station in our
country.

Qsl card 100% via bureau o direct.

QTH: YV5AM Camatagua State Aragua
Rig: IC706MKIIG
WATT:100
Antenna: 6 element mono band to 40 meter of ground
Log: N1MM
Interface homebrew voice keyer.

Jhonny Aldana
YV5KG
 
OG6N(OH6NIO)   SO(A)SB15 HP   2,983,2172012-04-03 11:39:29
FT-1000MP + 800W
5/5el yagis + 5el fixed yagi to JA @ 21m

Busy and long week at work took its toll and I did not have any time for
contest preparations. My aching right shoulder (rotator cuff inflammation) that
has prevented me any real so2r operating for half a year was still a bit sore so
I thought that 15m single band would be the logical choice for the WPX weekend.
The wiring of my tower compass had some problem so the lack of the compass
would not be such a big problem on 15m single band as on SOAB category.

On Saturday morning when I took a spin on the VFO and heard that the band was
already very busy I knew that I had woken up too late. After working some time
a rain front reached my QTH and the static noise that it produced ruined any
copy of the weaker JA stations. When the noise just increased I had to go QRT
for 90 minutes. When I came back the best opening into the east was already
gone. On Saturday I managed to work only 40 contacts into Japan.

Around the local noon the band produced only contacts to Europe. Later in the
afternoon the band opened into the states. The conditions were not the best but
produced a steady stream of contacts. The propagation peaked at 15-16Z. After
17Z the propagation declined although I could still hear our rivals in the more
southerly latitudes working stateside with good rates.

In the evening the west coast started to come through but I couldn't get any
run going. It was dark outside so I couldn't see anymore where I was beaming. I
just tried to turn the beam and look at the S meter for the highest reading. At
the time I didn't know that the tower was stuck into the east coast and would
not turn into the west coast. Later in the evening after a break I noticed that
the SWR was very high and I couldn't hear any stations on the band. The antenna
relay box at the tower base had lost its supply voltage. It was snowing sleet
outside so I was not in the mood to go out to fix the problem. I was seriously
considering something else for the rest of the weekend and went to bed.

When I woke up on Sunday morning I was shocked when I realized that I had just
pushed off the alarm clock and continued sleeping. I was missing at least 3
hours. Before I could start working I had to go out to the tower and bypass the
offending antenna relay box. Then I also realized that the tower was stuck into
the east coast. I tried to turn it to JA but it wouldn't turn clockwise so I
turn it to EU direction. I had to continue the contest with a fixed 5el JA yagi
at 21m. The 5/5 stack was now pointing to EU. The low 5 element yagi worked
surprisingly well into JA. Later in the afternoon the tower started to turn but
the conditions to JA were over. I guess that in the evening the sleet froze up
into the guy ring and prevented me to turn the tower. During the day it melted
away.

On Sunday the stateside propagation left a lot to be desired. It was extremely
difficult to keep the frequency clear. In the evening the path to the west
coast tried to open but a good path never materialized except for a brief
opening at 20Z when I logged 40 QSOs. The rest of the contest I was just
monitoring the propagation and S&Ping any stations that would peak up and be
strong enough to hear me. In last hours I could hear quite strong signals from
the north for example VY1EI and VE8GER. The latter was running 70W from the
battery supply and was a real S9 signal here.

The shortcomings and my failure to wake up resulted in a loss of at least 6
hours. At least 200 QSOs more could have been worked. It is a pity that the
full potential of the JA propagation could not be used this time. Also the west
coast opening on Saturday evening was lost due to the wrong beam heading.

Anyway it was nice to work the contest and give out some points. It is always
better to be able to work in the contest than be QRT.

Thanks for the QSOs and see you in WPX CW!
 
NA8V   SOAB LP   1,232,5322012-04-03 15:23:21
Found it difficult to stay in the chair. No real rate anywhere/anytime.

Couldn't even sustain a run on the low bands stateside. Don't know if condx
were just that poor (it was quite noisy) or if there was such a focus on the
high bands that no one was around.

Like IU9T, I found my low band EU Beverage to be a very effective qrm filter on
the high bands (15/20). It seemed to respond very well to longer haul dx - i'm
not really sure what's going on with the pattern as it worked to SA also.

greg/na8v
 
DM5ØUEA(DL3BQA)   SO(A)SB80(TS) HP   1,432,7842012-04-04 11:08:45
Hard job to stay awake in the 2nd night, but all goals reached. Glad to work the
80m-WAC in this contest with my 750W and a quarterwave vertical on my cq-calls.
 
XE3N   SO(A)AB LP   1,168,2722012-04-04 17:27:54
"Nice contest, lot fun and many qso's on my log, best 73's, see You at next
time"
 
EE8Z(NP4Z)   SOAB(TS) HP   9,274,7202012-04-04 20:58:21
This year decided to try something different and went to visit my good friend
Luis EA8AY and to know a little more of Tenerife since my family was from there
and this opportunity was the perfect chance to mix pleasure with more pleasure..
friends and hobby! My good friend Jaime wp3a also joined in and ended in
Tenerife as well.

We knew that Luis operated from a little shack on the beach with a very simple
setup made of wires, all field day style but I didnt care, it was all going to
be fun and it was.

This location was very secluded and could be reached only after a long drive
and some treacherous roads.. perfect! the more we drove around tenerife the
less important the contest became and after having local wine and fantastic
meals
and then meeting with local Hams it was clear that radio was only going to be

secondary.


With very limited antennas and too much wine in our systems the contest started

with me moslty doign s&p since not many could hear me, put too many hours
trying to get something going on, but that first night was pretty bad, then the
rest of the contest didnt really picked up but sipping wine and having different
meals thru the weekend kept our spirits up.

Had a great time working all of our friends in KP4 and having wonderful
conversations with Luis and jaime on our perfect balcony overlooking the
atlantic.
This was no record breaking operation but it was one of my most memorable ham
radio times ever. Im anxious to return to Tenerife to enjoy the beauty of the
land and more of the good company we had. Why my great great grandfather left
tenerife is a big question I have, its just a marvelous place.

Thanks to Luis, Olga, Alejandro, Guille and Jaime for a time I wont forget.

Cu on next one...

More info at www.ea8ay.com

felipe
NP4Z / EE8Z
 
YT5W(YT7AW)   SOSB15 HP   6,200,0002012-04-05 14:39:40
Nice openings on 15m.
Thanks for all qsos
Score is an estimate due to other band qsos.

Big thanks to yu8a for being a great host!

73's
Goran, yt7aw
 
N2YO   SOSB20 HP   6,7502012-04-05 21:00:35
73s de Chip N2YO
 
LZ2DF   SO(A)AB(TS) HP   4,875,8792012-04-06 06:32:21
All time have problem with CAT system.
Good contest- good fun 10 meters - JA.
10m. US - East EU close.
Hope to see on CW WPX.
73!!! Mike LZ2DF
 
IZ3NVR   SOSB15(TS) QRP   51,7442012-04-07 02:08:39
Really propagation was very nice. I had really no problems of getting trough
some stations even if I was running only 5W.
The best station is PJ4Z that I worked on sunday morning and he got me with
only two calls.

Wish I could have more time, I can not imagine how much fun I could have if I
would have operated the whole contest.

See you next time, maybe in the CW leg
Stefano IZ3NVR
 
KS9K(N4TZ)   SOAB LP   1,621,0042012-04-08 17:22:31
Conditions worse than ARRL DX Phone here - and worse than
last year in virtually every way - see the differences
below. Almost no response to a couple of thousand CQs.
Low bands were down again, and 10 meters never opened.

Had some major lightning here - had to QRT twice on Friday
night. The second time I had some damage because when I
reconnected all the coaxes, control lines and power cords,
the SWR on one of the radios was extremely high. Two weeks
later and I have narrowed the problem to somewhere in one
of the three attic spaces in my house that the coaxes run
through between my rigs and the Polyphasers at the house
entrance.




2012 CQ-WPX-SSB KS9K
Continent List

160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL
--- --- --- --- --- --- ---
USA calls = 8 36 82 52 100 9 287
Canada calls = 2 8 11 16 7 0 44
NA calls = 0 4 5 17 18 10 54
SA calls = 0 1 9 42 37 59 148
Euro calls = 0 19 67 148 204 1 439
African calls = 0 3 8 7 13 8 39
Asian calls = 0 0 3 8 5 0 16
Japan calls = 0 0 0 0 19 0 19
Ocean calls = 0 1 8 3 7 2 21

Total calls = 10 72 193 293 410 89 1067



2011 CQ-WPX-SSB KS9K
Continent List

160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL
--- --- --- --- --- --- ---
USA calls = 11 40 88 77 103 0 319
Canada calls = 6 11 10 11 19 0 57
NA calls = 1 6 4 17 18 21 67
SA calls = 0 6 4 37 33 58 138
Euro calls = 2 60 78 151 222 0 513
African calls = 1 6 4 5 8 2 26
Asian calls = 0 0 1 15 8 0 24
Japan calls = 0 0 2 0 27 0 29
Ocean calls = 0 0 5 1 8 0 14

Total calls = 21 129 196 314 446 81 1187
 
HB8CSA(HB9DUR)   SO(A)AB HP   6,836,1932012-04-09 13:00:14
First entry in the SOAB-A category (SO1R).
Unhappy of the 15m performance. Could not break through and keep the
frequency.
Happy about 40m.
Good result on 80m and 160m in spite of an easy antenna.
Need to improve technique and off time.
Thanks all for the contacts.

rig:IC781+PA
Ant: PRO 96 @16m AGL
dipole 80&160

73, HB9DUR Andrea
 
EE7L/EA1(EA7HLU)   SOAB HP   1,330,3352012-04-10 12:34:55
Nice contest on my new location for contest. I used my special call for contest
EE7L, but as trasmiting in Asturias my call was EE7L/EA1. I was very pleasant
with the results in 80 meters because of an half wave home made antenna in the
countryside with no much noise in comparation with the existing in my home
town. Also good results in 20 meters where the propagation was really good in
my area. Not in 10 meters, the band didn't open very much.
I want to thank you all the stations who contacted with me and for the next
contest I hope to be on the air from 160 to 10 meters. See you next year in
this contest and soon in others.
Carlos EE7L/EA1 (EA7HLU) Info available on http://www.qrz.com/db/EA7HLU.
73's
 
IY4FGM   M/S HP   4,562,0102012-04-10 14:09:19
Operating from the Marconi Memorial Station IY4FGM, in the backyard of Villa
Griffone in Pontecchio Marconi, where the young Guglielmo Marconi made his
first experiments on wireless communications, has always some magic in it.
For the second year our team activated this very special station trying to
improve our previous score.
We had great fun together this year too and we all hope we gave a little of
that magic to each one of you.
On behalf of the IY4FGM team, thanks for calling us and see you next year!
 
SN5V(SQ5EBM)   SOAB(TS) HP   1,111,8502012-04-11 09:40:11
SOAB TB HP
 
II9P   M/S HP   11,704,8152012-04-12 02:01:58
: Finally back in the saddle ....

After the ARRL DX SSB contest from the club PI4TUE I had to travel back to
Slovenia immediately due to health problems in the family.... So my trip to
ED9Z was aborted.

After some thinking and talking to my wife, I decided to call Fabio IT9GSF to
ask him about his plans for the CQ WPX SSB. Fabio suggested that I join the
team II9P, because he was planning to operate by himself in the category SOAB
HP ..

Shortly afterwards I was contacted by e-mail from youngest II9P member Carmelo
(IT9AUG) and we communicated on Skype, discussing issues of station setup, team
members, strategy, Sicily etc.,etc.

Read more on http://ii9p.com

73 , Romeo S52RU on behalf of other II9P members
 
YT4A(YT1AA)   SOSB80 HP   1,350,8062012-04-13 04:00:26
FT 847, LPA 1.5 kw, tx ant - vertical, rx ant - 6 x beverage
 
IZ1JLF   SOAB QRP   185,9342012-04-14 06:59:54
k2 elecraft and tarheel 10-80 vertical screewdriver (mobile)
hard job.......
claudio
 
PS2T(PY2ZEA(OH2MM))   SOSB40 HP   2,096,6402012-04-14 18:39:43
So many contests in early spring - CQ 160, ARRL CW, ARRL SSB, Russian DX, etc.
This time, I had to make a compromise between contesting and the so-called
"social life". Due to family commitments both on Saturday and Sunday, my
operating time was limited to about 15h. I chose a night-time band - when XYL
and kids were sleeping ;)

40 was very noisy and difficult. Nevertheless, it was a pleasure to offer the
unique(probably) prefix to co-contesters.

Sunday evening was the best part of this contest with a good opening to USA.

73, Ville PY2ZEA (OH2MM)
 
KQ2M   SOAB HP   7,320,8102012-04-15 17:32:19
I had missed ARRLDXCW and most of ARRLDXSSB with a nasty virus so I was very
"pumped" to put in a serious effort in my favorite contest, WPXSSB. Without
low-band antennas and the ability to work those great 6-pointers, my goal was
modest: to see how close to the top I could get while using one radio and and
only a few of the high band antennas. (Five were not working)

Since WPXSSB occurs right near the vernal equinox, this contest is often
blessed with some of the best propagation of the year, so my expectations were
high and I was psyched.

But that all changed on Thursday when the solar flares began spiking and what I
thought was a bad hayfever episode turned into a raging cold with a high fever.
I tried all the usual methods to fight the cold with no success. ARRGH!

I downsized my goals from a serious high-band effort (no such category) to
"hope for the best and operate as long as I can." :-(

I started on 20 since 15 was suffering the flaring with the best signals being
the spurs. Even 20 was poor at first but then the MUF dropped and the UA9/UA0
stations got loud - not many of them to work though. Since it was the start of
the contest, everyone was "new" so that was fun. 5Z4EE and a variety of
Southern EU and West Coast atations called in wirh an occasional JA. HS0ZCW
had a good signal @ 0032x and 3X5AL got my attention at 0045z followed by JU1DX
@ 0059z. The first hour ended with 122 q's and lots of prefixes. The UA0's
stayed loud but the JA's got weaker and I turned one antenna West to get the US
prefixes. It was a battle to work the US West Coast through the QSB. But V55V
called in at 0141 and ZM3T @ 0059z. My rate was poor and I was having trouble
hearing with all the congestion in my head; it was like I was using a 12 DB
attenuator. By 02z I had only 226 q's but I had filled 1/3 of a garbage can
with tissues. :-) 02Z started a bit better with a few JA's and UA0's followed
by VU3DJQ @ 0221z, but cndx were on the wane and my head was pounding.

I took a break @ 03z, had some hot soup and coffee and got back on at 0430z to
see if I could work VK/ZL and western US. I had visions of 20 staying open and
then EU sunrise allowing me to run EU. After working all the US West Coast
stations as a slow rate and being teased by hearing an occasional weak skewpath
Russian, I realized that the lower latitude stations W4's, W5's and W6/W7, were
having a good EU sunrise run and I couldn't hear any of them.
I packed it in at 0530z determined to wake up early and start fresh.

1020z and 20 was "punk". Signals were poor and the EU short-skip was
clobbering me. I bounced around on several differene frequencies and @ 1055z
finally got a run going. VK7RA, ZL2MO, VK3AVV called in but I was struggling ,
so I went to 15 after only about 120 q's in 80 min - a terrible start on 20.

I found a good spot on 15 but it was immediately buried in qrm and splatter and
then the loud EU stations began to harass me with CQ's. Seemed like the
strategy was to find a station and call CQ endlessly on their freq. and expect

them to move away. Between the line noise, attenuated cndx from the solar
flares and my head attentuation, this was painful. My voice was deteriorating
fast and I used my DVK as much as possible, slowing down the rate. Just before
the 12z hour 5C5W and 5D5A called 2 min apart, At 12z I was expecting cndx to
improve and really open to Russia but then the flaring took hold, the auroral
ovcal spiked up to 7 and the K index was at 4. The effect on the rate was like
pouring water on a fire. Since I was new on the band there were still enough
fairly loud multis to work, but the combination of the splatter, line noise and
constant freq. interlopers was punishing. It really was not fun to operate.
After a 153 hour @ 12z, the next 3 hours were really disappointing with 119,
121 and 105 from 13z - 15z on 15. Almost every qso was a battle of some sort
and I physically just wasn't up to to the challenge.
The hoped-for Russian run did not materialize and YB1AQD @ 1415z and 4U1GSC and
1B1B, were the only real surprises. I stopped at 1555z, had some more hot soup
and coffee, and emptied the completely filled up (with tissues) garbage can. I
tried again @ 1708z but the cndx got worse and I turned off the radio @ 1718z.

At 02z I got back on 20 and turned my top antenna West. I had a decent run of
US West Coast with some VE's and a LOUD JT5DX thrown in @ 0218z. 4Z5PJ and
ZL1T called in with VY1NM, but that was about it. A total of 115 q's and then
the band promptly died. No VK/ZL run and no EU sunrise opening, I qrt'd @
0311z and went to sleep.

At 1010z I got on 20 and the band sounded better than the Saturday. I was
feeling a bit better with the extra sleep I had gotten during the contest, and
the promise of beting "Fresh Meat" on Sunday morning in Europe was something to
look forward to. At 1028z the "walk" became a run and the rate picked up.
Signals got louder at Sunrise (1029z) like someone flipping a switch and I
began to hear Russia and Northern Europe. At 1116/1118 BY5CD and VK6LW called
in along with a few JA's and UA0's, then at 1144z BG4FRZ called followed by
JH1AJT (Zorro-san) and a VERY LOUD B7P at 1154z. Now the band was really
starting to open and this was confirmed by the drop in the K index and the
auroral oval. I was feeling better, sneezing less and my voice was holding up.
It was starting to become fun. YB9WZJ called @ 1207z but then YL5W moved in
and called cq endlessly. He wasn't hearing anyone through the Eu stations
calling me, but that didn't stop him. He just kept cqing and cqing and cqing.
At 1211z, I qsy'd to 15. The band was open and line noise was GONE! WOW! A73A
called in @ 1249z followed by Hamid 9K2HN @ 1258z.
12z was a 144 hour and things were looking up.

13z continued the good run with UP6P at 1315z and a loud UP0L @ 1333z and now
the band was opening to Russia! Signals got better and the rate rate soared in
the last 10 minute 270-300 range. E21YDP called in @ 1352z and YB1AQD @ 1354z.
13z finished in a blur with a 170 hour! NOW I was having fun! Until the
Spanish band-edge crowd moved in. Wasting no time with pleasantries they began
to call each other with the S9+20 signals right on top of me. They would not
move. Apparently I had stumbled onto their frequency 1 hour before and I was
just "holding it for them" - at least that is how they were acting.
The next two hours were a huge struggle with the Spasnish ragchewers, F3CH who
also wanted the same frequency despite the Spanish ragchewers, and two other US
stations who were oblivious to all the qrm and contest q's and kept pressing
their cq machines. What a mess! Through all the qrm, splatter and intentional
interference, I was able to have successvive 159, 123 and 150 hours from 14z -
16z, but it was TOUGH operating! In one lull, WX3B stopped by and said that he
was envious of my run freq. I laughed and told him that "It wasn't worth it!"
The best propagation seemed to come in the late morning when I worked the
following stations H22H @ 1455z, UN0L @ 1458z, OD5PY @ 1516z and 9V1YC @ 1526z.
I rarely hear James, 9V1YC, in a contest, so his S7 signal was a real treat!
9M2TO followed @ 1541z and then 3V8BB @ 1557z. I was working lots of EU
stations with EU prefixes and was surprised to see how fast the prefix total
was adding up despite the lack of US, JA and SA qso's.

At 1610z, YB1LZ called in followed by YB6EN @ 1629z and VU2ABS @ 1636 and then
YB1C @ 1651Z. The YB's were loud but were very difficult to copy as they had
an unusual flutter and sounded like they were coming in multi-path.

15 was much better than Saturday so the arrival angle of the signals was lower.
Unfortunately with 109' and 90' antennas on 15, they were much too high and
low-angle, and my rates suffered due to the large drop in signals strength with
having the wrong antenna angles. The rate kept dropping into the 17z hour -
only 106, followed by 86 at 18z. I knew that I should be going to 20, but at
this point I was physically wiped out, my head still hurt and I did not relish
the though of battling for a run freq. on 20 and fighting the qrm and splatter.
I decided to stay on the quieter 15 meters even though I knew that my rates and
score would seriously suffer for it.

I thought that it might be interesting to do some "propagation research" by
staying on 15 to see what called in. 20 was rocking but I had had enough. I
turned one antenna West and 6V7Z called in @ 1857z followed by ZL3IO @ 1902z
and a lot of US West Coast/Mid-West. There would occasionally be "bursts" of
EU stations and then VU3NXI and 5X1D called in at 1944/1945z. Gradually EU and
the US faded out and the next two hours were 73/98 in the 19z/20z time window.


I kept cqing (no S & P) to see if I could get a JA run started, and sure
enough, VK4NM called in at 2102z and then JA1ERB was the first JA @ 2135z.
About 100 JA's called in (great JA run for me in CT) with ~ 40 prefixes. some
JA's were actually up to S9+10, but very few. What was most surprising was the
lack of volume of JA (maybe because it was Monday AM in Japan?) and NO BY/HL/DU
stations! Normally someone calls in from those countries during the run, but
not this time. Only JA - nothing else from Asia except two Asiatic Russian
stations. The rate continued to drop as other bands became much more
productive. The final three hours were 58/73/32 - 21-23z. VK8AS called in @
2334 and then the band died shortly after that.

I finished with 2655 x 1065 in 24.6 hours of operating, which I was quite
pleased with. Had I done the usual S & P and gone to 20 on Sunday afternoon,
my numbers would have been much higher. It was nice to know that with one day
of decent proagation with one radio, a bad cold, and a few high band antennas
and no low band antennas, had I been able to make a full effort, I could have
been very competitive. Hopefully things will work out better for me next year.

I did have a lot of fun on Sunday and I thank everyone for all the q's!

73

Bob KQ2M
kq2m@kq2m.com

www.rlsfinancialgroup.com
www.kq2m.com
 
OM7RU   SOSB160 HP   356,4962012-04-16 09:57:29
Another difficult Top Band SSB session. Poor DXconditions, neither RX antenna
did not receive NA stations in my QTH.

Thanks to everybody for participation.

Used equipments:
Yaesu FT-1000MP MarkV Field
ACOM 2000A (1,5 kW OUT)
Vertical 30,5 m (+ cap hat, + 2 elevated radials)
K9AY loop
MicroHAM microKeyer, WinTest

73!
Riki, OM7RU

www.tucek.sk/om7ru
 
IZ8TDP   SOSB10 HP   160,3102012-04-22 03:33:03
Hi, I used the free time in the station ir8c
the next contest 73" iz8tdp
 
EA4AK   SOSB20(TS) HP   263,5232012-04-22 04:09:52
Fixed Dipole, 1KW, 12 hours operation.