AA4LR NAQP CW
Bill Coleman AA4LR
aa4lr at radio.org
Tue Aug 4 13:39:51 EDT 1998
North American QSO Party 1998 - August 1, 1998.
Call: AA4LR QTH: GA Mode: CW
Team: South East Contest Club #1
Band QSOs Mults
160CW 0 0
80CW 0 0
40CW 20 11
20CW 38 22
15CW 16 12
10CW 1 1
Total: 75 x 46 = Score: 3,450
Operating Time: 3.3 hours
R7000 at 8'
Droopy 125' doublet at 15'
Kenwood TS-430S (running 90W)
20 yr old CMOS homebrew keyer
Only a limited amount of operating time Saturday afternoon for this one,
but it sure was fun! Hard to believe I'd say that about a CW contest just
a few years ago, but I'm beginning to like CW.
First contact was N0AT for my only 10m QSO. Most contacts were S & P, but
I managed to make a few calling CQ. That's something that is going to
take more practice.
SECC members were out in force, but I didn't work 'em! Worked only KU4OZ,
who is on my team.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: aa4lr at radio.org
Quote: "Not within a thousand years will man ever fly!"
-- Wilbur Wright, 1901
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