[CQ-Contest] N6ZZ SK

Dick Dievendorff dieven at comcast.net
Sat Mar 6 22:39:36 PST 2010

I recall (dimly) that N6AA gave Phil's presentation.  I remember the

Dick, K6KR

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Jim et al,

I first saw this presentation at Visalia, I believe in 2007. It would 
have been about one month before Dayton.

N6TJ may have been the the presenter. Someone with a better memory than 
mine would know the details.

Eric W3DQ
Washington, DC

On 2:59 PM, James Cain wrote:
> Thanks to N2ZN for the tip on the Hamvention slide show about N6ZZ, Phil
Goetz. Was the 2007 Hamvention the first time it had been presented? N6ZZ
died on February 27, 2007.
> In the fall of 2004 I talked to Phil about writing a book about his
adventures and offered to help. He was either not interested or too busy. So
I never had the chance to interview him at length.
> As far as I know (to answer someone's question) he operated CQ WW from all
40 zones, some CW weekends and some SSB. As the slide show mentions, it's
easier to find an unused station for CW and to join a team for SSB multi-op,
often with local operators.

> One of the many, many questions I would have asked him was "Did you
consider operating other major contests from needed zones to pick up the
> The slide show really, really needs some background, filling out,
commentary, and, yes, closure. If anyone who was close to Phil would like to
take that on, I'd be glad to help (reply off line).
> Jim Cain
> At The K1TN Superstation
> Atlantic City
> http://www.kkn.net/dayton2007/N6ZZ_40_zones-dayton-2007.pdf
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