eHam Logo

 Home Home
 Articles & Stories
 Contesting Wiki
 My Profile

 This Week's Contests
 Classified Ads
 Contest Links
 Product Reviews

Contest Lists

Other Lists

 Mailing List FAQs

Site Information
 About This Site Team

[Articles Home]  [Add Article]  

Michigan QSO Party

K. Mark Hinkleman (NU8Z) on April 7, 2003
Add a comment about this article!

2003 Michigan QSO Party

You are invited to join in on the fun and participate in the 2003 Michigan QSO Party! We are expecting lots of activity from both fixed and mobile stations and plan on having some activity from all 83 counties. Please see the details listed below and visit our website for additional info. Hope to hear you on the air on April 19th!!!


Date /Time:  Michigan QSO Party, sponsored by the Mad River Radio Club, from 1600Z April 19th until 0400Z April 20th.  Stations may operate the full 12 hours. (12 noon to 12 midnight local Michigan time on April 19)
Modes and Categories:  Phone and CW on 80/40/20/15/10 meters.  Single-op, multi-op, and mobile categories. Single-op entries are categorized by output power, QRP (5W or less), Low Power (100W or less), and High Power (greater than 100W)


Multipliers:   Work stations once per band and mode.  Work other states and Michigan Stations.
Work portables and mobiles again as they change county, state or province. 


Exchange:  Exchange QSO number and location (county for MI stations, state/province or "DX" for others).


Freqs: Suggested frequencies: CW-3545, 7045, 14045, 21045, 28045;
Phone-3850, 7225, 14250, 21300, 28450. 


Scoring:  One point per phone QSO, two points per CW QSO.  Count multipliers once per mode. Multipliers are MI counties for all entries, plus states & provinces for MI entries only.  Final score is total QSO points times total multipliers. 


Log Submittal: Mail logs no later than 30 days after the contest to:
Mad River Radio Club, c/o Dave Pruett, 2727 Harris Road, Ypsilanti, MI 48198 or via e-mail to


More Information: For complete rules, past results, along with free logging software, log and summary sheets, see


There is also a new mailing list for this years MIQP. The mailing list is used by MiQP participants to post operating plans, share ideas, etc. for MiQP 2003. 

The list is MiQP-Mail and the e-mail address is  Subscribing to MiQP-Mail is easy - just send an e-mail to and in the body of the e-mail just put the word "subscribe".

The information packet found on the web site may also be emailed. Contact NU8Z


73 es cu April 19th, 2003... Mark NU8Z



There are no comments on this article: Post One

Email Subscription
My Subscriptions
Subscriptions Help

Other News Articles
The Spurious Emissions Band at Dayton (2017)
The Pin One Problem, Live at the Visalia Contest Dinner (2017)
QRP ARCI Spring QSO Party April 9,10 2016
RSGB ROtating LOcators Contests
Maine 2 Meter FM Simplex Challenge