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[3830] 432SprngSprnt WW7D/R Rover LP

To: 3830@contesting.com, djholman@u.washington.edu
Subject: [3830] 432SprngSprnt WW7D/R Rover LP
From: webform@b4h.net
Reply-to: djholman@u.washington.edu
Date: Thu, 04 May 2017 19:19:55 +0000
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432 MHz Spring Sprint

Call: WW7D/R
Operator(s): WW7D
Station: WW7D

Class: Rover LP
Operating Time (hrs): 4

Total:  QSOs = 63  Mults = 16  Total Score = 1,008

Club: Pacific Northwest VHF Society


Good turnout in the Pacific Northwest, with a good number of grids lit up.  I
roved the CN87/CN86/CN97/CN96 intersection in the foothills of Mt. Rainier with
100W and a 12 element LFA at 25' when stationary and a 6 element cheap yagi at
8' while in motion. 

Lots of folks in CN87.  I also worked VE7AFZ in CN89 & KC7EQO in CN88 from
all 4 grids, WA7BBJ in CN97 from 2 grids, WA7ZWG in CN88 from 3 grids, K7YDL
from CN85 in 2 grids, and K0JJ in CN85 from 1 grid.

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