force12 at ibm.net force12 at ibm.net
Sun Jul 9 19:06:16 EDT 1995

Tried the IARU for the first time and thoroughly enjoyed it!
The 24 hr. format assures some balance for the operator and
should be looked into for other contests!

My goal in this contest was to try out the new stack of C3 
antennas.  The performance was most satisfactory!  All of
the other antennas are on the ground as I am doing my first
re-build of the station this summer..

I was really surprised with the conditions on both 10 and 15
as I was able to generate Eu runs with ease on each band.  I
believe the 10 and 15 meter bands were open much longer than most 
people expected as both have been showing life for a couple 
of weeks now!...It was very nice to have Eu runs on 15 ...even
deep Europeans were available , not the Work All IK0 type 
of opening.

Had my best hour on 15 on Sat. AM and the regular time for a 
15 meter opening.  Had an hour into Eu of 175, combining both
phone and CW.

20 was predictalbly good very late at night and produced good
results, even though I was not interested in 20 too much.

Now I need to get to work and get all the aluminum and tower
sections into the air that now reside on the ground!

Only operated 10/25/20 and results follow:

			QSO		Mults		HQ

20 meters		370		23		8

15 meters		295		27		11

10 meters		150		9		0

Totals			815		59		19

204,594 points in 8.6 hours of combined phone and cw.

Natan, W6XR/2

>From Don Moman <ve6jy at freenet.edmonton.ab.ca>  Sun Jul  9 23:36:53 1995
From: Don Moman <ve6jy at freenet.edmonton.ab.ca> (Don Moman)
Date: Sun, 9 Jul 1995 16:36:53 -0600 (MDT)
Subject: VE6JY IARU SSB S/O Score
Message-ID: <Pine.A32.3.91.950709163005.102829B-100000 at freenet.edmonton.ab.ca>

    VE6JY  Score: 1995 IARU    Category: Single Op  SSB  Power: 1500
    band    QSOs     pts    mults
     160       4       6       2
      75      67     209      19
      40      71     275      20
      20     619    2655      61
      15      81     273      32
      10      10      24       5
     TOTAL   852    3442     139       SCORE: 478,438
 Rig: FT1000, Alpha 77
 160m: inv V at 145'
 80m: various delta loops, 9 beverages 
 40m: 4-30 mhz large log-periodic rotatable array at 95'
 20m: 5 ele at 145
 15m: 4 ele at 75 
 plus TH-6 at 145', TH-6 at 50', ATB-34 at 50'  
 All yagis on separate towers.

Good conditions at this latitude and for this part of the cycle. 
Lots of fun and a real enjoyable contest. 

VE6JY is Don Moman               email: ve6jy at freenet.edmonton.ab.ca 
Box 127 Lamont, Alberta

>From De Syam <syam at Glue.umd.edu>  Mon Jul 10 01:11:49 1995
From: De Syam <syam at Glue.umd.edu> (De Syam)
Date: Sun, 9 Jul 1995 20:11:49 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: HQ Stations in IARU Test
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.91.950709195741.6292A-100000 at espresso.eng.umd.edu>

I am still composing my post-contest message off-line, but since there 
seems to be some interest in the ID's of the HQ stations which were on in 
this year's contest, here is my list of those worked.  Mine was a CW-only 
entry so if some HQ operation was only on SSB you won't find it here:

               CALL              SOCIETY           COUNTRY

             8J3XHQ               JARL              JAPAN
             DA0HQ                DARC              GERMANY
             EM5HQ                UARL              UKRAINE
             ER7A                 ARM               MOLDOVA
             HG95HQ               MRASZ             HUNGARY
             IY2ARI               ARI               ITALY
             LT4E                 RCA               ARGENTINA
             LY1RMD               LRMD              LITHUANIA
             LZ7A                 BFRA              BULGARIA
             OL1HQ                CRK               CZECH REPUBLIC
             OM5HQ                SARA              SLOVAKIA
             R3HQ                 SRR               RUSSIA
             S50HQ                ZRS               SLOVENIA
             SP0HQ                PZK               POLAND
             TM5M                 REF               FRANCE
             W1AW                 ARRL              USA
             XJ7RAC               RAC               CANADA
             YR0A                 FRR               ROMANIA
             YU0HQ                SRJ               YUGOSLAVIA
             Z30RSM               RSM               (Former Yugoslav
                                                     Republic of)

                                          Very 73,

                                         Fred Laun, K3ZO

>From Mr. Brett Graham" <bagraham at HK.Super.Net  Mon Jul 10 00:51:46 1995
From: Mr. Brett Graham" <bagraham at HK.Super.Net (Mr. Brett Graham)
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 1995 07:51:46 +0800
Subject: IARU scores
Message-ID: <199507092351.AA26909 at is1.hk.super.net>

Since IARU isn't a major event, perhaps a neophyte such as myself can
handle compiling the high claimed scores.  Then maybe I can graduate to
something a bit more substantial - like one of those big state QSO parties
or something...
Post 'em here or to me direct.  At present, I need NG3K's score & W9SZ's
entry category.  First list goes out later this week.
73, VS6BrettGraham aka VR2BG bagraham at hk.super.net

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