[3830] CQ160 CW JA8RWU SO LP

asai at epmail.hepco.co.jp asai at epmail.hepco.co.jp
Thu Feb 1 23:06:41 EST 2001

                     CQ 160-Meter Contest, CW
Call: JA8RWU
Operator(s): JA8RWU
Station: JA8RWU

Class: SO LP
QTH: Chitose
Operating Time (hrs): 1.5

QSOs: 20  States/Provinces: 6  Countries: 3  Score: 1,611


I just went to my remote shack to clear snow before lying deep badly
before ARRL DX.   After the tough work I rested for a while and worked
in the contest from 1306Z to 1429Z with 100watts.
As Hal-san(W1NN) said, nice to see how I could do with a barefoot.
Also remined me of my barefoot days.
I once called CQ, then surprisingly W6JTI called me!  This was my last Q's.
I am interested to see many posts from NA/EU resulting several hundred Q's
with a low power.
I am sure it is impossible from JA, but want to know how different between
these areas.  Maybe in future I will try to show you when I have a full time

[First day only, 1.5 hour operation]
Wkd NA: CA,WA,UT,NM,AZ,ID (not heard OR !)
Wkd DX: HL,KH6
Wkd JA: JA (the new window is also much better to work domestic Q's for sure)
Best DX was NM(N5IA,N7KA)
Heard & called, but not worked were 4F2KWT,K6AM,K0RF.  Sri guys :-)

Sri we cannot say cu  in CQWW160mSSB, but someday...
My first 160m phone experience was from W1(as KH2DO/1 at W1NN, Tks Hal-san!)
in '89 May.

73 Akira JA8RWU / KH2V

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