September NAQCC Sprint - Hail Canada!
Larry Makoski W2LJ
Makos327 at worldnet.att.net
Mon Sep 18 23:06:16 EDT 2006
This Wednesday evening (Thursday morning UTC time) will be the NAQCC
Sprint for September.
This month, the Sprint will be held on 80, 40 and 20 meters. This month,
a special certificate will be given to the operator who has the most
QSOs with VE (Canadian) stations - Canada being a huge part of North
America and thus, a hugely valuable part of the NAQCC. The Sprint will
run from 8:30 to 10:30 PM EDT, 7:30 to 9:30 PM CDT, 6:30 to 8:30 PM MDT
and 5:30 to 7:30 PM PDT or from 0030 to 0230 UTC on the morning of
August 9th. The recommended frequencies are:
80M - 3555-3565 kHz (Be courteous to FISTS operating on 3558 kHz)
40M - 7039-7050 kHz (Avoid W1AW on 7047.5 kHz)
20M - 14059-14065 kHz.
The exchange is as follows:
RST - SPC (State Province or Country) - NAQCC Nr.
(non-Members send power level in place of NAQCC Nr., e.g. 5W, 1W, etc.
Be sure to add the W.)
Remember to mention the type of antenna you have used when submitting
your log as there will be two separate categories - simple wire antennas
and gain antennas, such as yagis, quads and periodics.
Also, remember the bonus multipliers that you get for using either a
straight key or bug during the event. All entries must be postmarked or
email dated before 2400Z on September 27, 2006.
For full details, please visit
And to join the NAQCC (if you haven't already!) please go to
73 de Larry W2LJ
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