perring at ICSI.Net perring at ICSI.Net
Sun Dec 10 17:36:21 EST 1995

                            1995 ARRL TEN METER CONTEST

     Call used: N5RP                                           Location: TX

     Category: Single Op Assisted         Mode: MIXED           Power: KW

     Callsign of Operator: N5RP

     If multi-operator, show calls of all operators and loggers:


     Exchanged Information: N5RP RST TX

     Hours of Operation: 11:17

     band      QSOs     points    mults
     CW         130       520       42
     SSB        161       322       34
     TOTAL      291       842       76      SCORE: 63,992

     Club or Team Name: TEXAS DX SOCIETY


      TA-36 @ 80 FT

     I have observed all competition rules as well as all regulations for
     amateur radio  in my country.  My report  is correct and true to the
     best of my knowledge.  I agree  to be bound by  the decisions of the
     ARRL Awards Committee.

     Date_12-10-95_ Signature__(BOB PERRING)____________ Call__(N5RP)____

     Name: C. ROBERT PERRING               Call: N5RP
           12715 WESTMERE
           HOUSTON, TX 77077

>From Steven Affens <k3sa at access.digex.net>  Sun Dec 10 23:44:56 1995
From: Steven Affens <k3sa at access.digex.net> (Steven Affens)
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 1995 18:44:56 -0500 (EST)
Subject: ---New----CQ CONTEST URL
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.91.951210184259.9576A-100000 at access1.digex.net>


I am excited to report that there is a new web site for contesters 
published to supplement the new CQ CONTEST Magazine.  Both the Web Site 
and the magazine are dedicated to amateur radio contesting and debut in 
December 1995.  Subscription info for CQ CONTEST is available on the web 

The URL is:


The web site reflects avid collecting of URL's over the past year.  I 
would like to thank many of you on the DX and Contest Reflectors, the 
Potomac Valley Radio Club, W3LPL, and KA9FOX for sharing so many great 
amateur radio URL's.  

CQ wants both CQ CONTEST Magazine and the CQ CONTEST Web Site to be the 
best that they can be.  If you have an article you want to share with 
fellow contesters, you can contact CQ CONTEST Editor Bob Cox, K3EST, and 
other feature writers, via the web site.  If you have any URL's you would 
like to see on the web site or suggestions, you can contact CQ CONTEST 
Webmaster Steve Affens, K3SA via the email links on the site.

Thanks and enjoy.  73 Steve K3SA

Steven C. Affens

>From Mike Coolidge <n9itx at sunrise.alpinet.net>  Sun Dec 10 06:45:32 1995
From: Mike Coolidge <n9itx at sunrise.alpinet.net> (Mike Coolidge)
Date: Sat, 09 Dec 1995 23:45:32 -0700
Subject: 10M test N9ITX
Message-ID: <9512102349.AA08596 at alpinet.net>

Here is the results at N9ITX/7 

Category:  Single Operator Phone only high power  State: Montana

QSOs: 78  DX:  7  STATE/VE:  22

Total:  4,524

antenna:  5 el mono at 75 feet and th5 at 55 feet

Condx were bad, almost dead here the entire time.. Never thought I'd see the
day when I had more DX mults on 160 then 10.  Highlight ZS9F calling me.
Everyone was weak, strongest signals were only S 4 at most. Heard AA4NC and
K4VUD but not able to work.  When N2RM is weak you know things are bad!

De Mike N9ITX 

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