[SECC] Weekend contests

Jay Pryor jpryor@arches.uga.edu
Wed, 13 Sep 2000 15:50:23 +0100

There's another contest worth mentioning -- our Tennessee neighbors are 
hosting their QSO party this weekend.  The time is 1800Z Sunday to 0100Z 
Monday.  Exchange is RST and State.  Phone and CW.  Bonus points for each 
QSO with K4TCG.

CW:  up 40 khz from band edge, and 1815

Phone: 1855, 3900, 7240, 14280, 21390 and 28390

The Tennessee Contest Group is a very active bunch and has given great 
support to the Georgia QSO Party.  Let's reciprocate and give 'em some QSOs 
Sunday afternoon/evening!


- Jay/K4OGG

At 10:13 PM 9/13/2000, John T. Laney, III wrote:
>Hello all:
>Here is a summary of contest this weekend, Sept 16 and 17.
>1.  Scandinavian Activity Contest (SAC) CW.  This can be a lot of fun.
>The Scandinavian guys are generally good ops.
>12Z Sat to 12Z Sunday.  80,40,20,15,10 CW.  (No QSOs above 14059)  Send
>RST + serial nr beginning with 001.
>Washington State Salmon Run.  1850, 3550, 3925, 7045, 7260, 14050,
>14280, 21050, 21380, 38050, 28380.  Down 5 khz for mobiles and county
>expeditions.  Cw on half hour.  160 at 05Z.  80/75 at 03 and 06Z.
>Send RST plus state.  39 counties to work.  They always have a good in
>state turnout for this one, so it can be fun.  N0AX has announced that
>he will be bouncing around to several Eastern Washington counties.
>QRP, LP, HP, CW, SSB, and Mixed categories.
>A can of smoked salmon to the highest score in each call area.
>500 bonus points per mode (not per band) for QSOs with W7DX.
>16Z Sat to 07Z Sun; 16 to 24Z Sun.
>3.  QCWA QSO Party.  Open this year to members and non-members alike.
>160 through UHF.  1910, 3540, 3890, 7035, 7244, 14040, 14262, 21050,
>21365, 28050, 28325.  16Z Sat to 16Z Sun.  Can't figure out the exchange
>from the office since it refers to the required logsheet.  This can be
>downloaded from the QCWA web site, but it a ZIPped file and I'm not
>going to fool with it for this purpose.  Just send back whatever you are
>sent, but do not use "At Large" for a QCWA member (like myself) who is
>not a member of a chapter.  (Apparently this was too easy to confuse At
>Large with Alabama on CW.)
>4.  NA Sprint SSB.  Sun 00Z to 04Z (Sat night local).  80, 40 20.
>Exchange QSO #, Name, State.  QSY 5 khz for a new CQ and 2(?) khz to
>answer another station.  The way it generally works is that the station
>who answers someone else's CQ keeps the frequency for one more QSO and
>then QSYs a short distance to call someone else or at least 5 khz to CQ
>again.  Activity usually starts on 20 and moves down the bands.
>Hope everyone has a good time this weekend.  Be active on the air!
>73, John, K4BAI.
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