North American QSO Party, SSB - January
Operator(s): N6CCH N7MH K6WX K6YRU W6LD
Class: M/2 LP
QTH: STANFORD, CA
Operating Time (hrs): 12
Band QSOs Mults
160: 59 13
80: 182 35
40: 423 57
20: 530 61
15: 416 49
10: 39 12
Total: 1649 227 Total Score = 374,323
Club: Northern California Contest Club
A good time was had by all.
We entertained a couple of YL guest ops, K6WX (first-timer) and K6YRU (starting
to become a regular). Our exchange MIKE CA may have thrown a few here and there
with the YLs at the mic, but it seems we managed to pull in and pounce on quite
a number of stations.
Only one all-band contact K9CT, followed by seven 5-band stations, AE6Y
K6RM N4PN N6DQ W0BH W0ETT W4BW
Thanks to everyone for the contacts no matter how few or many you made with us
during this event, they all count.
We opened the event on 10 and 15 with two run stations and three spotting
10 meters was a trickle at best and we swiftly moved to 20 after about an
Our best rate was during the 19:00 UTC hour when we were running 15 (W6LD) and
20 (K6YRU) with spotting and S&P mults assistance from N7MH, K6WX and N6CCH.
Conditions were somewhat marginal at times and having additional ops available
to seek out multipliers and interleave with the run ops was critical to
achieving a decent score.
Thanks to those the Stanford Amateur Radio Club for the use of the station and
those that maintain and support it to allow us to have so much fun there.
Rigs: FT-1000MP MkV (2) FT-1000MP (1) K3/100 (2) and one P3 at a spotting
Various wire and yagi antennas
73 de N6CCH aka Rebar
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