KR2J SS SCORE
KR2J at aol.com
KR2J at aol.com
Sun Nov 6 22:07:56 EST 1994
KR2J Single Op Low Power NNJ
671 x 75
Did not hear KH6 or KL7 at all. #75 was EWA.
Lots of KP2 and KP4 stations.
No qsos on 10m.
Runs were very difficult to establish with crummy wire antennas. Most qsos
N4RJ was the loudest.
Not much fun.
>From tree at cmicro.com (Larry Tyree) Mon Nov 7 05:05:23 1994
From: tree at cmicro.com (Larry Tyree) (Larry Tyree)
Date: Sun, 6 Nov 94 21:05:23 PST
Subject: SS CW at N6TR
Message-ID: <9411070505.AA12060 at cmicro.com>
Good news: New best first hour, 108, on 15, but with a dozen 2nd radio
QSOs on 20. Clean sweep before going to bed for another first.
Bad news: The solar flare. Rates on 20 on Sunday morning were about one
third of normal. After the 3rd or 4th ten minute period with ZERO QSOs,
I decided hacking blackberries would be more fun.
1050 x 77 in about 18 hours.
>From ni6t at ix.netcom.com (Garry Shapiro) Fri Nov 4 21:16:08 1994
From: ni6t at ix.netcom.com (Garry Shapiro) (Garry Shapiro)
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 1994 13:16:08 -0800
Subject: Return to Tonga
Message-ID: <199411042116.NAA03460 at ix.ix.netcom.com>
Paul Kidd, KK6H, returns to Tonga as A35RK from November 24, 1994 until
February 7, 1995. he will be QRV from Tongatapu Island, (OC-049).
Paul will emphasize 160-30m CW and will enter the following contests:
CQWW-CW, ARRL 160m (CW only), and CQWW-CW 160m. Paul plans a better 160m
setup than on his initial trip, although Fiji has a 100W limit.
QSL via KK6H to callbook address WITH SASE!! or via W6 bureau.
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