The following is the Wheaton Radio Club, W9CCU, submission
80 mtr 302 0
40 mtr 553 0
20 mtr 321 0
15 mtr 156 0
Total 1332 0
Pts: 1332 x 2 x2 (pwr mult) = 5,328
Mult: 74 (missed AK, NWT, PAC)
Set-up: 10KW generator in club truck; wire antennas broadside E/W; TS-950,
IC-737, CT 8.7 logging; steak fry at 2:30 am.
OPs: AA9JY, KD0AV, K0OAM, W9ZV, N1??
Operated from park in Glen Ellyn, IL, a Chicago suburb. Other than being
hot, wx was great and no bugs. Our goal was 1500 q's but we didn't play as
well on 20 mtr as we hoped. Next year gonna put up a yagi and do better on
20 and 15. 80 mtr did well without too much high noise so we were able to
pull out the weak ones.
73 and cu in IARU test,
>From Peter G. Smith" <email@example.com Fri Jun 30 16:14:26 1995
From: Peter G. Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter G. Smith)
Subject: Possibly naive wish dept.
Recently, we had a club meeting at W3LPL, and I was fascinated by the
thought and evident attention to detail that went into his set-up. I was
also reminded, once again, of the relative paucity of station design
information that appears in any of the mags. CQ regularly features the
owners of significant stations on the cover, but the information on
their stations is limited to what you can glean from the pictures (which
usually include nothing out of doors). NCJ is better on specific
configuration issues, and pieces of hardware (as witness the excellent
articles on stacking, multi-single/multi-2 relay boxes, etc.)
What I would dearly love to see, though, would be articles somewhere
(maybe here on the reflector ?) by or about people who have given a lot of
thought to broader contest station design issues -- in other words,
discussion of how owners of outstanding stations go about overall design
and engineering. I personally would be most interested in 1-tower station
design for both DX and domestic contesting, but I imagine others would
like a broader spectrum of possibilities. Either way, the idea would be
to stimulate thought and (maybe) new design approaches.
Would any of the logical people be willing to write such articles for the
edification of the rest of us? I hope that there isn't so much
"proprietary" data involved that it would be prohibitive, but maybe that's
where the naivete comes in...
>From email@example.com (Jim Brown) Fri Jun 30 16:15:22 1995
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Brown) (Jim Brown)
Subject: KIY interface
Does anyone know if the good folkswho produced the KIY computer interface
are stll in business? and, if so, how to get hold of them?
I bought one a few years ago prewired with a 6 pin din for my Yaesu.
Now I need to reconfigure it for an Icom. I have the dip switch settings
necessary for the change, but need to know which two wires get connected
to the Icom connector. (Misplaced the literature, of course!)
Any help sould be appreciated. Looking forward to using new rig in
upcoming IARU next week, es need to get this taken care of.
>From Rich L. Boyd" <rlboyd@CapAccess.org Fri Jun 30 17:27:56 1995
From: Rich L. Boyd" <rlboyd@CapAccess.org (Rich L. Boyd)
Subject: KIY interface
Yes, I think KIY is K1CC, CBA, because I think he gave me a stack of KIY
flyers to pass around last year.
Rich Boyd KE3Q
On Fri, 30 Jun 1995, Jim Brown wrote:
> Does anyone know if the good folkswho produced the KIY computer interface
> are stll in business? and, if so, how to get hold of them?
> I bought one a few years ago prewired with a 6 pin din for my Yaesu.
> Now I need to reconfigure it for an Icom. I have the dip switch settings
> necessary for the change, but need to know which two wires get connected
> to the Icom connector. (Misplaced the literature, of course!)
> Any help sould be appreciated. Looking forward to using new rig in
> upcoming IARU next week, es need to get this taken care of.
> Jim WY0J
>From Joe Pfeuffer <JP@otc.mhs.compuserve.com> Fri Jun 30 18:12:10 1995
From: Joe Pfeuffer <JP@otc.mhs.compuserve.com> (Joe Pfeuffer)
Subject: AA7DT '95 Field Day Results (IFDC)
AA7DT operating from McGee Idaho (Spy Glass Mt.)
Band CW QSO SSB QSO
160 0 0
80 13 16
40 244 113
20 309 21
15 41 108
10 0 111
607 CW QSO x 2 Pts = 1214 QSO Pts
369 SSB QSO x 1 Pts = 369 QSO Pts
1583 QSO pts x 2 Pts (less than 150 Watts) = 3166
73 Sections Worked x 3166 Pts = 231,118 pts (Claimed Score)
K7EFB 14 Hours SSB
KW1K 16 Hours CW
ARRL Class 3A, less than 150 Watts.
5 Element Wire Beam (40), Phased Verticals (20), 160 Dipole, All Band Dipole,
A great time was had by all and a special thanks to those ops who had the
patience to QSO our group. C'ya for the 96 version !
Joe - KW1K
>From Balmforth, Kevin D" <email@example.com Fri Jun 30 20:15:23 1995
From: Balmforth, Kevin D" <firstname.lastname@example.org (Balmforth, Kevin D)
Subject: N6AW 3A FD Results
N6AW 3A FD Results
80 199 209
40 619 694
20 704 1292
15 61 225
10 2 24
Tot 1598 2695 4293 Q's
Pts 3196 2695 5891 pts x 2 (<150W) = 11782 + ~1000 bonus = 12782 Score
Equipment: TS-930s galore, FT-890, FT-736, FT-767, CT8
Antennas: 4 el 20m (2), 5 el 10m, 3 el 15m, TH6 - all at 55'
360' Vee (40m), 7 el LP Yagi (40m), G5RV (80m) - all at 60'
some other 40m wires, 5 el 6 + misc VHF stuff
Comments: Our best combined 20/40 CW/SSB Q total ever; 15 and 10 were very
spotty here. We could have used a better VHF location and a better balance
between CW-SSB. The 20/40 SSB station was operated almost entirely by 15-year
old KC6CNV (W6TMD's kid, of BV2 fame) - he only slept 1 hour and made nearly
2K Qs. This is our last club FD operation as N6AW, since Hughes is shutting
down the Fullerton site and scattering everybody to the four winds. We've had
a good run, with FD top 5 finishes in 3A the last ~10 years, including 1sts in
'89 and '93.
Regards, Kevin NC6U