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Subject: WA5JWU CW NAQP Score
From: WA5JWU@aol.com (WA5JWU@aol.com)
Date: Tue Aug 8 22:44:22 1995
1995 August N A Q P - CW

Call used:  WA5JWU
Category:  Single Op All Band
Mode:  CW
Location:  Louisiana
Exchange info for all:  WA5JWU Mike LA
Hours Operated:  10


160         12           7
80          42          19
40         143          40
20         125          34
15          65          28
10          28          17

TOTAL:   415 Qs    145 Mults   =    Score  60,175 (according to NA !!!)

Equipment: YAESU FT-101ZD, Tribander @ 40 feet for 10/15/20, Dipoles for
                  486 notebook running NA software.

Comments:  Worked little over an hour last year in very first NAQP and caught
the fever!
                    Worked the whole thing this year and had a ball...I WILL
RETURN ! ! !

>From Brian McGinness <CARL02@MACCVM.CORP.MOT.COM>  Wed Aug  9 03:11:10 1995
From: Brian McGinness <CARL02@MACCVM.CORP.MOT.COM> (Brian McGinness)
Subject: WA3WJD/P IOTA contest result
Message-ID: <"CARL02 95/08/09 02:11:10.781807"@MACCVM.CORP.MOT.COM>

     Here are the results from WA3WJD/P 1995 RSGB IOTA contest
"dxpedition" to NA-139, Assateague Island, Maryland.

     We were a multi-op, running on a tribander on a rover-style
"porta-pole" held up by the vehicle wheel, and a vertical mounted
in the salt water. Had a TS-450 and 1kw on the run station, and
another TS-450 and 600w for the mult station, both operated from
within the car and powered by generator.

     It was almost 100 degrees F and swarms of mosquitos and lots
of ticks in the marsh grass. The only thing that kept us going was
the air conditioners in the cars.

QSOs - 502, QSO points 2652, multipliers 55, total claimed score 145,860

     As for QSL cards, it will be a couple weeks because I am going
to have to get some printed. There were at least 25-30 requests
for cards that beat me back home, including one from G0REP that
made it here in 6 days fro Eu! Who says the mail is bad...

     Hope to hear everyone again in next years IOTA contest. Thanks
for all the calls, and sorry to everyone in Eu that I left calling
in a pileup when I could go on no further... hi hi

73 de Brian WA3WJD, Mark AA3HA and Barry N3NPG

>From George Cook <george@epix.net>  Wed Aug  9 03:28:16 1995
From: George Cook <george@epix.net> (George Cook)
Subject: Keyboard CW from PC?
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.91.950808222639.25443B-100000@grape.epix.net>

Log EQF has a dandy Keyboard interface as well as Packet cluster and DXCC 
and WAS info and CD rom interface for call book use.  It can be pressed 
into use as a contest program though it is hardly the best choice for that.

For a lousy $30 USD it is a truely great program over all.

* George Cook   AA3JU  Bangor, PA  FN21         *
* george@peach.epix.net  AA3JU@N3IQD.EPA.USA.NA *
* If you're not FRC remember:...............    *
* .......There's no shame in being 2nd best!    *

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