[3830] CQWW SSB 4X0V M/2 HP

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Wed Oct 31 08:53:58 EST 2007

                    CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB

Call: 4X0V
Operator(s): AA4V, N4SF, 4X6ZK, 4X1VF, 4X1FQ (LOGISTICS), 4Z5LA (COMPUTERS)
Station: 4X0V

Class: M/2 HP
QTH: Holon, Israel
Operating Time (hrs): 48

 Band  QSOs  Zones  Countries
  160:  167     7       47
   80:  346    12       63
   40: 1077    23       94
   20: 1741    31      108
   15: 2427    37      120
   10:  369    17       73
Total: 6127   127      505  Total Score = 10,812,256

Club: Carolina DX Association


This operation could not have been possible without the help of Mony, 4X6ZK, the
architect of the club station at Mikveh Israel School in Holon, Israel. The 4X0V
worked seemlessly together and the result speaks for itself. We believe that
this might be the first M/2 operation ever in the CQWW test from 4X.

The operators were: Steve, AA4V, Isle of Palms, SC, Gay, N4SF, Vista, CA, Mony,
4X6ZK and Jan, 4X1VK of Israel. Our dear friend, Aron, 4X1FQ provided valuable
logistics assistance and Ros, 4Z5LA, did the computer networking and set up.
We used N1MM for logging and it worked flawlessly as did the station itself. We
had absolutely no station problems (other than tired operator errors) throughout
the 48 hours. A combination of W3NQN and ICE bandpass filters kept everyone's
signal in the right place. We couldn't have pulled this off without them.

Rigs: 2 x Yaesu FT1000MP, 1 x FT1000MPMkV Field standby (but never needed)
Amps: Acom 1000, Kenwood TL922, Heathkit SB220 standby (but never used)
Antennas: Station #1    Cushcraft A3S, 2 el 40M yagi, full wave loop for 80M an
d inverted V for 160. Pennant receiving antenna pointed at Europe
          Station #2  Mosley Classic 33, Butternut vertical for 40, 80 and

We dedicate this operation to Hanina, 4X4MU (SK) for his devotion to Amateur
Radio in Israel and his mentoring and good influence on us all.

Last, but not least, a big thank you to all who worked us...what a terrific
weekend!!!   CU next year.

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