[CQ-Contest] M/S questions
T A RUSSELL
n4kg at juno.com
Sun Nov 9 08:06:25 EST 1997
On Thu, 06 Nov 1997 20:28:59 -0500 "Douglas L. Klein, K4LT"
<k4lt at fuse.net> writes:
>I've been enjoying the M/S category in CQWW (with two transmitters)
>for 20 years and have never been in a winning effort. Ohio is not the
>place to win from (although K3LR makes a convincing argument that it
>is POSSIBLE), but winning has never been our goal. Having fun has
>always been our goal.
Try KENTUCKY !
>From N4AR we had 4 FIRST place finishes in the CQ WW CW M/S category.
1973 #2 USA in CQ WW CW M/S (multi-op/single-tx) from K4GSU -
1974 #1 USA in CQ WW CW M/S from K4GSU - N4AR
1977 #1 USA in CQ WW CW M/S from N4AR
1978 #3 USA in CQ WW CW M/S from N4AR
1979 #2 USA in CQ WW CW M/S from N4AR
1980 #1 USA in CQ WW CW M/S from N4AR
1981 #1 USA in CQ WW CW M/S from N4AR - ALL TIME USA RECORD
(until 1986 K1AR)
Admittedly, it is pretty hard now that the guys in New England have
the category, but it can be done. It takes the once per sunspot cycle
all night opening to Europe to give the midwest a shot at keeping up with
the East Coast.
de Tom N4KG
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