Jay Kesterson jayk at hpfcla.fc.hp.com
Tue Jul 11 10:56:15 EDT 1995

Call: K0GU     Grid: DN70     Category: Single Operator Fixed Station

      BAND     QSO    QSO PTS      GRIDS
       50      453      460         171  =   78,660

FT-1000D, TenTec Transverter, HB 3-500Z Amp (10w in, ~200w out)
M^2 6M2.5WL, HB 3el Yagi, HB 4el Quad (fixed west)

Saturday = 383 Qs   Sunday = 70 Qs

73, Jay  K0GU                  jayk at fc.hp.com

>From Paul Husby" <husby002 at maroon.tc.umn.edu  Tue Jul 11 17:24:55 1995
From: Paul Husby" <husby002 at maroon.tc.umn.edu (Paul Husby)
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 95 16:24:55 UT
Subject: All-Band Sprint next week - Wed evening July 19
Message-ID: <70465.husby002 at maroon.tc.umn.edu>

Please pass the word on the all-band sprint next week;  rules were also in 
June QST.  We have been running these in the upper midwest this past winter 
with great success!

                    VHF/UHF ALL-BAND SPRINT

The Northern Lights Radio Society presents the first VHF/UHF All-Band Sprint.
Work as many stations as possible on our VHF/UHF/Microwave bands (50 MHz &
up) during the contest period.  Contacts can be made on SSB/CW/FM (no
repeater or satellite QSOs).  The Sprint will be Wednesday evening July 19,
1995.  The suggested operating period is 7-10pm local time;  stations may
shift their operating period one hour earlier or later for time zone or
propagation considerations.

Contest classes:  Single Operator, multi-operator, and rover.  A rover 
is one or two people operating from two or more grids during the contest
period;  no grid circling allowed.

Exchange grid square locations.  Scoring for fixed stations is the same as in
the June VHF QSO Party.  Rovers:  Multiply QSO points from all grids by the
total number of multipliers worked from all grids.

Send logs and summary sheet (showing contacts and multipliers by band) within
ONE week (July 26) to:  Northern Lights Radio Society, 17500 Cherry Drive,
Eden Prairie, MN 55346;  or, via Internet (to NLRS at Hamlink.mn.org).  Entries
may be on disk in standard ARRL format.  Send SASE for results, which will
also be distributed to VHF newsletters.  Our goal is to have results out in 
one month.

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