on schedules set up by Rick, W6SR. Other operations include Andy, AE6Y on the air from Aruba as P40Y in SSB and N6XI with three others from P40L.
KI6PG 52575 m ssb low power
K6KO 1,056 “
AE6Y 1,806,336as P49Y
N6XI 4,398,04425% OF P40L Score
If I missed anyone, please accept my apologies and please make a point of posting your score to the MLDX/CC reflector. This represents about half of our membership participating in one of ‘the’ big events of the year. Congrats to all!!
Members of the Mother Lode DX/Contest Club joined forces with the Northern California Contest Club to attempt a ‘three-peat’ for the coveted gavel in the American Radio Relay League’s annual Sweepstakes contests. The deadline for log submissions to the CQ contest has passed; are your SSB logs in??
For ARRL SS SSB;
WX6V 54,000(at KF6T)
K6AO 85,920(WX6V, op @ W6SR)
K6KM 238,240(N6DE, op)
NU6T 38,676(as K6SRA @ K6DGW)
K6TKD 67,860 (K6LRN & K6TKD op)
For ARRL SS CW;
W6CQP 70,596(AD6E, op)
N6TV 213,280(at W6NL)
K6TA 196,480 (N6BV, op)
K6AO 22,320(WX6V @WX6V)
K6KM 167,090(WA6O, op)
As in the previous article, these scores were gleaned from 3830 reflector, NCCC & MLDX/CC reflectors. If anyone was omitted from list, please accept my apologies. Please make sure that scores are posted to MLDX/CC and/or NCCC reflector.
I did the ARRL 160 from Aruba, approximately 115K. I'll get things finalized later today. Look for Kay as P40K in 10 Meter this weekend. And P40TA in Stew Perry from FK52 next weekend. Ken - P40TA
For Sale: IC-736 6-160m 100W Used but in great shape. 500hz CW filter, Internal Power Supply, a great 2nd radio. Asking$700. Any requests for the Club Website? 73 - Ron N6NIA
KI6CG had cqww score of 633424 and ARRL SS ph of 388 X Sweep for 62080 in 8.1 hrs.
I put in a big effort in the ARRL 160 and beat my score from last year by 15%. I implemented a faster switching scheme for the beverages, but I'm still having trouble getting the right beverage when I get a call from a weird direction, like KL7.
Propagation this year was the best I've ever seen. It was actually fairly easy to work the east coast. P40TA in Aruba was not strong but workable.
I have three 90 foot verticals up now for 160, but haven't gotten them working as a parasitic array yet. I am satisfied with them mechanically, and am looking forward to building four more eventually.
I operated SS CW from Truckee, breaking 1000 but missing a sweep. Several other NCCC ops did HMO shifts at the Saratoga
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