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[3830] W4PA Internet Sprint score

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Subject: [3830] W4PA Internet Sprint score
From: srobbins@usit.net (Scott Robbins)
Date: Sat, 26 Sep 1998 16:27:35 -0400 (EDT)
W4PA Internet Sprint

score = 148 QSO's, all on 15 meters (never heard anything on 10).

The band was way too long for the east coast.  I could hear lots
of W6/W7, some weak Texas, and Europe.  10 was open to Europe
but not anywhere in the USA, it appeared.  Even the west coast 
was weak but boy AD6DO was about 3 or 4 s-units louder than 
anyone else from out west.  Only east coast QSO's were K9NX and 
K4AAA, all Texas and far west other than those...

Interesting to follow the name threads - I used my wife's name
MARY at the beginning and only received it back twice the whole
contest but some other ones (like GATOR) I got over and over.
I assume that DAT and BAT were variations of RAT....?  

Log submitted 20 minutes after contest via e-mail.

Scott Robbins, W4PA
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