G4BYG and G3LNS CQWW160 scores

Neil Smith g4dbn at cix.compulink.co.uk
Thu Feb 2 01:25:00 EST 1995

George put in a single-op with packet effort and had the best
run to the left coast that he can remember.....

G3LNS    274qso   66 countries   41 states/provs    216033

Vic was using the G0NAA superstation on the east coast of Yorkshire

G4BYG    500 qso   69 countries   31 states/provs    302200

G3ZEM told me last nite that he had worked 109 so far in 1995, but
thank goodness his logging program was telling untruths, he's still
beating me though, I'm on 87 worked in 95, he's on 93, we've not broken
the "DXCC in one month" challenge!!
Cheers, Neil G4DBN/AA1EG      g4dbn at cix.compulink.co.uk

>From howie cahn <wb2cpu at world.std.com>  Wed Feb  1 21:34:06 1995
From: howie cahn <wb2cpu at world.std.com> (howie cahn)
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 1995 21:35:06 +0001 (EST)
Subject: QRP and Contesting -- opinions wanted!
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9502012147.B14338-0100000 at world.std.com>

Hi all --
I'm writing an article about using QRP in contests and I'd like some help. 
Specifically, comments on any or all of the following would be appreciated:

Do you have any opinions about working QRP stations? Do you look on them 
positively or do you see them as a plot to lower your rate and steal your 
run frequency?

Do you have any pet peeves/suggestions about operating techniques used by
QRPers? Do you follow any guidelines about how weak a station you'll work 
or, how long you'll try to copy them? 

Have you ever tried QRP (in a contest) or have any interest in doing so?

Do you have any thoughts on any QRP-related rule changes?

Please reply directly to me. If I get interesting stuff, I'll summarize to
the list.


73... howie
wb2cpu at world.std.com 

>From dz at VOA.GOV (Dick Zwirko)  Thu Feb  2 04:42:57 1995
From: dz at VOA.GOV (Dick Zwirko) (Dick Zwirko)
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 95 23:42:57 EST
Message-ID: <9502020442.AA14831 at voa3.VOA.GOV>

K1HTV  Glenn Dale, MD - Single Operator Low Power
Totals    704    1776      56      29    =   150,960
Rig - TS850 , 100 Watts output
Ant.- Shunt fed 78' tower + 17' mast = 95' Vertical
with 13 short radials, mostly 1/8 wavelength long.
Vertical used for both TX & RX (no beverages, no room!)
73 de Rich - K1HTV (one of the VOA Washington guys)

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