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RZ9WUSINGLE-OP HIGH73!
RZ9YNSINGLE-OP HIGHTNX 73
S57CSINGLE-OP HIGHRig : FT2000, HP, a lot of switch and antenna boxes, and kms of wires and coaxial cables Antennas : TX: Vertical 1V/2V(NW)FullSize with 2x70 radials, RX: Hiz 4sq, BVG 2x280m NW, BVG 180m N, 180m E-W, BOG S, BOG NE It's an exhausting competition with an ex
S57KMASSISTED LOWTS-590SG, Windom
SM2MASSISTED HIGHVery bad conditions to everywhere except Europe.
SO5MAXASSISTED HIGHFTdx 3000 + HVLA1K3
SP3CMXSINGLE-OP LOW73 gl
SP4ZASSISTED HIGHOnly one North America QSO is in my log, I was called by VY2ZM, 73 Wes SP4Z
SP5CJYSINGLE-OP LOWIC 7300 100W TX ANT T 19m RX ANT Beverage's and SAL30 home made
SP9DTESINGLE-OP HIGHICOM 751A DIPOLE 500WATTS
TA1CMASSISTED LOWdipole
TA1EDASSISTED HIGHevery year more up.!
TC3AMULTI-OPTNX 73 FROM TURKISH CONTEST TEAM
TF1AMSINGLE-OP HIGHAs always conditions could be better. Being 2000 km away from the mainland made it hard to penetrate the heavy local traffic. But sure this was fun. Thanks for organizing this great contest.
UA1AOSSINGLE-OP LOWTNX 73
UA1CURSINGLE-OP LOWICOM-718,ANT-LW 160 METRS
UA3BLSINGLE-OP LOWTks 73!
UA3OQSINGLE-OP QRP73!
UR4NWWMULTI-OPBest regards, 73! de Vladimir UR5NBC, Maria US5NMM, Anton US5NAR
UR5VAAASSISTED LOWRIG: IC-760PRO ANTENNA: Long Wire
US5LODSINGLE-OP QRPTNX 73!
US6IKFSINGLE-OP LOWTNX/73!
UT0NBSINGLE-OP QRPTNX 73!
UW1USINGLE-OP LOWTNX for CONTEST!
UZ1WWASSISTED LOW73!
VE3BFUSINGLE-OP LOWTHANKS TO ALL. FT 890 Alpha Delta DX A antenna. VE3BFU jana
VE3BKASSISTED HIGHThis was a fun contest on 160 m which I don't seem to get on enough. Thanks to all that worked me. Hope to hear you all on the next one. 73 Rick VE3BK
VE3OJNSINGLE-OP LOWThis is the most I have operated 160M since being licensed, will be back next year hopefully better setup.
VE3PNSINGLE-OP HIGHConditions Friday night really grim.Saturday Night/Sunday better Eu calling CQ at Grayline but seemed to be one way propgation as very little response to calls to them
VE3QEESINGLE-OP LOWThanks to all who returned my call. Using a short sky loop tuned with an auto tuner. Poor antenna for 160 but it does load up. Had lots of fun and got a few contacts by searching and pouncing.
VE5CPUSINGLE-OP HIGHA small effort. Very noisy conditions.
VE5SFSINGLE-OP LOWConditions not the best from Western Canada.
VE6KDXASSISTED LOWThanks for a great but challenging competition. conditions: Flex 6700 and an InvL with 4 Raised ground radials.
VK3IOSINGLE-OP HIGHFist night here, good to USA West Coast, poor or nothing from East Coast USA, second night good to East Coast USA, poor or nothing from West Coast USA. KK6ZM, N7GP and N7UA were all good signals, but N7GP did not copy me and N7UA was busy working JA's and
VY2WWASSISTED HIGHHad fun with this contest - chose to sleep some, so didn't get some of the western states this year. The new Inv L worked pretty well, but I really gave the antenna tuner a workout moving around the band. It was great to hear many of the calls fr
W3FOXASSISTED HIGHThis was my second SSB 160 meter ARRL contest. It seemed to me that propag ation was better last year. Because of other obligations and the fact that 1:00AM local is my bewitching hour, I only operated for a little over 11 hours. Th is was my first contes
W4KWSINGLE-OP HIGHZeus prevailed
W5KUASSISTED HIGHPoor condx, but full band.
W7XZSINGLE-OP LOWFool's errand: Low power 160M SSB contesting from the West Coast. Friday night CONDX were dismal, Saturday a little better.
W8KNOSINGLE-OP LOWFriday evening only.
W8RUSINGLE-OP HIGHThanks for the QSOs and 73, Ron (W8RU).
W8TAMSINGLE-OP LOWMy first 160m contest entry. Operated from my top loaded vertical screwdriver from Pinckney State Recreation Area in Michigan. Very low noise floor, and cold temps limited my operating time, but I was happy to make the contacts I did.
W9VWASSISTED HIGHRan the contest remotely from Sedona, Arizona using RemoteRig to a K3 and SPE 2KFA amp and inverted L antenna. Had a functioning 9 Circle RX array which really helped.
WA2ALYSINGLE-OP LOWICOM-7000, TEN TEC 238C, 1/4 WAVE 160 METER INVERTED L. RADIALS, 25 FEET LONG, #10 BARE COPPER WIRE
WA8TWMSINGLE-OP LOWHad a lot of fun but did not have much time to operate. 73
WA8YSINGLE-OP HIGHI get out pretty good stateside, beyond that, nothing.
WB0TEVASSISTED HIGHJust a casual S&P effort, mostly chasing mults.
WB4MSGSINGLE-OP QRPTHANKS AGAIN FOR ALL THAT TOOK TIME TO COPY MY QRP SIGNAL. 73'S GENE WB4MSG
WB6HYHSINGLE-OP LOWMy first time operating a contest on 160 meters. Was challenging, but fun. Tested out a trapped dipole and a Helically Wound Vertical for first time. Was surprised to hear the activity that sprouted up as the sun went down! Did better than expected even w
WB8WUASINGLE-OP LOWDid not do very well due to my short dipole antenna length - so, good that I had my MJF Antenna T-tuner. I DID manage to actually contact Florida (N2) - NICE. Thanks for the good 160M PH opportunity.

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