Had fun with this one. I sure like the domestic contests, they're
a lot of fun.
Anyways 20 was the bread and butter band. Made a few contacts on 10
a few more on 15. They were both good for some needed multipliers.
40 and 80 were tough, my antennas need some work. When don't they?
340q's by 83mults for 28,220 in 8 hours.
Section = NC
Rich Thorne - WB5M
133 Light Falls Drive
Wake Forest, NC 27587
>From email@example.com (Walt Deemer) Sun Aug 20 17:46:08 1995
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Walt Deemer) (Walt Deemer)
Subject: AC1O/4 SSB NAQP Score
August 1995 NAQP SSB Summary for AC1O/4 WALT FL
band QSOs points mults
160 0 0 0
75 40 40 19
40 120 120 38
20 526 526 61
15 56 56 20
10 5 5 3
TOTAL 747 747 141 SCORE: 105,327
10 was open to W2/W3 just before the contest started but then died,
15 was not nearly as good as during the CW weekend, and making QSO's on
40/75 was like pulling teeth with the wicked QRN. But boy, was 20 fun!!
>From KE2PF <email@example.com> Sun Aug 20 18:50:00 1995
From: KE2PF <firstname.lastname@example.org> (KE2PF)
Subject: PUNY WAE SSB SCORE
KE2PF NA QSO PARTY SSB SCORE:
117 QSO's 55 Mults for 6435 points
About 4 hours of operation
Operated from my home QTH in Cape May NJ. Had my 20/15/10 meter antenna
(R5 vertical) down all last week incase Hurricane Felix took a turn
my way. Put it up, and had a high SWR on 20...bad trap I guess. I
think all the seagull crap has taken its toll! :-). my 40/80 vertical's
really seem to play well at my location (few hundred feet from the
Does anyone know who was at XE2DV? I worked him on 20 meters and
I still need zone 6 confirmed for 20M WAZ; my last zone on 20
See you in the sprints....
73, Dave KE2PF