[CQ-Contest] Re: arrl10 meter contest
David O Hachadorian
k6ll at juno.com
Mon Dec 17 09:28:46 EST 2001
Actually, when I made that statement, I was thinking more
about the UA's. Several years ago, I made 3500 qso's in the
10 meter contest, and did not work one single UA! Now
UA, *that's* Eastern Europe.
I've got to be more careful about using absolute statements
like "impossible." It gets me in trouble all the time.
I wonder how many UA's W6EEN worked with his 6/6/6 at 1,2,3 wl?
Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
K6LL at juno.com
On Mon, 17 Dec 2001 09:32:19 +0100 =?iso-8859-1?Q?Tautvydas_Misi=FBnas?=
<tautvydas at achema.com> writes:
> The facts show that Your statement re.impossibility to work
> Eastern EU
> from Ca and Az are not fully correct:
> 1556 Z W6EEN was made( and his signal sounded like from East
> followed by WA6O.First Az station was made 1612Z -K7UAZ followed by
> from Ca.
> But N7KU from Az was loud long time here starting 1625 ,it was hard
> to get
> thru to him due to intensive West Eu calling,but I succeeded
> finally.He was
> heard then for at least 1 hour afterwards.More two Ca's were made
> :AC6DD and
> K6AM later on.
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