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QRP ARCI Spring QSO Party April 9,10 2016
RSGB ROtating LOcators Contests
Maine 2 Meter FM Simplex Challenge
YCCC Funds Matching Gift for WRTC2018
New contest: UKEICC
2016 Montana QSO Party
Winter Field Day
Announcing the new UKSMG Winter Marathon
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Henryki, SM0JHF visits SN0HQ during the IARU contest
A Visit With S57DX
Henryk - SM0JHF at the shack of S57DX
Montenegro landmark
A visit with Ranko, 4O3A
Slovak Contest Group
Henryk - SM0JHF visits OM8A
The Paper log, SO2R and SDR generations
CT1BOH shares his views of three contest generations.
The Dozen Dashes Contest Radioclub in Slovakia by Henryk Kotowski (SM0JHF)
A visit with Tibor, HA7TM
Join Henryk Kotowski, SM0JHF, on a tour of HA7TM
IARU HF 2011
IARU HF 2011 Contest with the SN0HQ team.
Let's meet SP7VC! By Henryk SM0JHF
OM7M - Low Bands Contest Club
A tour of OM7M - presented by Henryk SM0JHF
SO2R - advice needed!
I am seeking advise from anyone who has experience in operating SO2R.
When is the contest over?
An editorial by K5ZD.
Let's Meet SP4Z
SP5ZCC also known as SN5Z
Survey More Surveys
Randy, K5ZD, wrote a sidebar titled " Convergence and Change" in the 2015 CQWW CW printed results in CQ magazine. He wrote that the "convergence of personal computers, Internet access, DX clusters, and CW Skimmer have changed the nature of CW contesting". He goes to say that it is "more difficult to police the line between the single operator working alone and those who are using the assistance of DX spotting." In light of this convergence and change is it time to recombine SO and SOA into a single category?
[70 votes since 2016-05-28]
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WA7BNM Contest Calendar WA7BNM Calendar Home
SKCC SprintJul 27
Phone FrayJul 27
CWops Mini-CWT TestJul 27-28
QRP Fox HuntJul 29
NCCC RTTY SprintJul 29
NCCC SprintJul 29
Feld Hell SprintJul 30
RSGB IOTA ContestJul 30-31
ARS Flight of the BumblebeesJul 31
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Use GPS to probe the ionosphere in real time? (2)
need source for telescoping mast clamps (3)
ARRL DX 2011 PJ2T Team Photo
PJ2T Team Photo Here's the nine-operator PJ2T team that broke 10M for the first time and may have posted a new all-time record. Fortunately, we operate better than we look.

CQWW 2010 C31XR at PJ4A
C31XR at PJ4A C31XR @ 60 Ft

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A post-contest accuracy report for cluster spotting?
Operating with spotting assistance is not for everyone, but for those who use it, what do you think about there being a published "accuracy" report for spots made during contests?
Dayton 2010 CQ PJ2T
CQ PJ2T Bob N8NR, Geoff W0CG/PJ2DX, Rick N0YY, and Jim W8WTS all seen at Dayton.

Spotlight N2BA main tower
N2BA main tower Snow storm attacks the tower at N2BA supporting 4/4 on 10, 15, 20 and Inv. V on 80 and 160. It only looks interesting if you make it bigger. For more see:

Strays Gday, pass us a stray!
Proof of solid preparation is having successfully stayed one step ahead of Murphy.
Stations K6R California QSO Party County Expedition
K6R California QSO Party County Expedition Ops K6RC Dave Reitz, K6RJ Phil Sanders & N6DW Dana Phillips, members of River City Contesters operated this rig from 6 counties in the California QSO party. Rig was an Icom 706MkIIG into an AH4 and whip while moving and a Mosley TA32 when not moving. We also used a 40 m dipole and a "Slinky"-loaded inverted L for 80/160.

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