Canadian Scores - WPX SSB
ve2zp at bbs.ve3jf.ampr.org
ve2zp at bbs.ve3jf.ampr.org
Wed Apr 5 04:12:25 EDT 1995
Here are some Canadian claimed and rumoured scores from the 1995 CQ
WPX SSB Contest:
CQ WPX SSB 1995
Canadian Claimed Scores
VA3MG A 1607q 623m 3,061,422
CJ5MX A 1328q 686m 1.75Meg
CJ4VV A 1179q at 0542z Sunday
VE5FX A 583q 354m 466,572
VE8EV A 265q 212m 109,816
XO5SF AL 1135q 499m 1.6Meg
CJ6V AL 981q 488m 1,124,840
VE5RMO AL 126q 100m 36.8k
VE3EL AL 101q 85m 26,690
VA3RP AA 203q 159m 133k
VE1RAA 28 137q 104m 37,024
VE3HX 28L 21q 18m 1,134
CJ7NTT 14 2715q 802m 4.957Meg *
XM7A 14L 2010q 710m 3.2Meg *
CJ2SPY 14L 802q 470m 943,000
VE7NKI 14L 1102q 401m 897k
VE6BMX 14L 666q 379m 548,034
CJ5GC 14L 440q 231m 203,049
CJ2DR 7 1066q 799m 2,346,000
CJ7SZ 3.5 1078q 402m 1.8Meg
CJ7CC 3.5 200q est.
VE3QMM 3.5L 103q 89m 32,040
VX2LR MS 2724q 820m 6.72Meg
VX6JY MS 2649q 845m 5,879Meg
VE2PZ MS 2337q 5,160,169
VY9QR MS 2451q 686m 4.587Meg
VE3RM MS 1923q 727m 4,516,851
CJ2ZP MS 1785q 702m 3.94Meg
(ops VE2ZP VO2AC)
VX3SK MS 1405q 617m 2,746,267
(ops KO4OE VA3MW VA3SK VE3SMP)
VX6AO MS 1468q 476m 2,011,100
(ops VE6AMR VE6BIR VE6CIZ VE6DMD VE6EX VE6FXR VE6JAZ VE6KC VE6KLO
VE6NAO VE6RAJ VE6RTL)
*Scores over existing Canadian Records
A=Single Op All Bands
AA=Single Op All Bands Assisted
L=Low power (<100w)
28=Single operator single band (MHz)
MS=Multi-op single tx
If you know of any other scores, or if you can correct some of
these rumours, please drop me a message at:
Packet: VE2ZP at VA3TCP.#EON.ON.CAN.NOAM
InterNet; ve2zp at va3tcp.ampr.org
Phone: (819) 684-1432
Dave Goodwin VE2ZP/VE9CB
Contest Columnist, The Canadian Amateur magazine.
>From apontej at dmapub.dma.org (Jose Aponte) Wed Apr 5 04:45:08 1995
From: apontej at dmapub.dma.org (Jose Aponte) (Jose Aponte)
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 1995 23:45:08 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Remote Stations...
Message-ID: <m0rwM1l-000293C at dmapub.dma.org>
The Dayton Amateur Radio Club ( Sponsor of Dayton Hamfest) has that problem.
Due to reason beyond the control of the Club trustees what used to be available
which was the W8BI club station wiht 3 towers , about six beams , satelleite, etc.
has no longer been available due to inability of securing the equipment, keeping
control of who had club keys... or providing any other method of surveillance.
so the solution is to make it available only when a "commitee" member is there
the problem is that some of the bands are only open during the daytime... for
example 15 m.
This solution has been proposed but it is either too technical or there is more
politcal reasons why not....
So only a few use it at a time... but like any club the trustess are
elected by less than 20 % of its membership.... and less than 10 % attend
their bi-weekly meeting.... what brings most of the club member together
is the annual event of Hamvention...
>From Steven Sample <aa9ax at iglou.com> Wed Apr 5 05:07:36 1995
From: Steven Sample <aa9ax at iglou.com> (Steven Sample)
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 1995 00:07:36 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: DAYTON CONTEST DINNER UPDATE
Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.3.91.950405000545.19883A-100000 at iglou.iglou.com>
On Tue, 4 Apr 1995, k3lr wrote:
> Are You going to Dayton?
> Do you like to operate in contests?
> Would you like to have dinner with other contesters?
> Would you like to meet NCC Contesters of the year, Spike W9XR
> and the Green Hornet, W3GH?
I would do ANYTHING for a chance to dine with Spike and the Green Hornet!!!
Palmer and I will be there!
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