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North American QSO Party, RTTY - February (2019)

Call: NR4M
Operator(s): NR4M
Station: NR4M
 
Class: M/2 LP
QTH: FM18
Operating Time (hrs): 4:49
 
Summary:
  Band  QSOs  Mults
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    80:   83    23
    40:  144    39
    20:   24     3
    15:
    10:
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Total:  251    84  Total Score = 21,084
 
Club: Potomac Valley Radio Club
 
Team:
 
Comments:

North American QSO Party, CW - January (2019)

This was a last minute thing, that turned out to be as much about 'Elmering', as
operating. Arnie is a good listener and understands things well.

(I would call him 'smart' or 'intelligent', but then again, there is the story
of going INTO a small cave after a bear, while hunting. I think I will find it
hard to use those two words, and maybe other, when describing Arnie.)

North American QSO Party, CW (2018)

North American QSO Party, CW - January

Call: NR4M
Operator(s): NR4M
Station: NR4M

Class: Single Op LP
QTH: VA
Operating Time (hrs): 6

Summary:
Band QSOs Mults
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160:
80: 172 42
40: 328 50
20:
15:
10:
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Total: 500 92 Total Score = 46,000

North American QSO Party, CW - August 2017

Was Arnie's, KN4DEB, second ever contest. Very new ham.
The late hours really killed me. Got bed after 2 AM and back up at 6 AM!

NAQP RTTY de NR4M (2017)

Started a bit late due to a total crapout of my Flex radio. Then, had to shut down because of lightning and hail! After some time off, I got back on later and worked some on 80.

North American QSO Party, SSB (2017)

North American QSO Party, SSB - January

Call: NR4M
Operator(s): NR4M
Station: NR4M

Class: Single Op LP
QTH: va
Operating Time (hrs): 4

Summary:
Band QSOs Mults
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160:
80: 44 19
40: 230 34
20: 28 11
15:
10:
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Total: 302 64 Total Score = 19,328

Club: Potomac Valley Radio Club

Team: PVRC Rappahannock #1

Comments:

North American QSO Party, (CW - January 2017)

Trying to get the hang of SO2R, but wasn't in the cards. Just before the contest my Flex 6700 decided to turn itself into a 'brick'.
Still not a lot of antenna choices here for domestic contests. 20 meters is the worst, with the lowest antenna I can turn west is at 120 feet. The lower in frequency I go, the more appropriate the antenna choices.

 

North American QSO Party, RTTY (2014)

Need L-O-W-E-R antennas on the high bands.

North American QSO Party, SSB (2014)

Took one for 'The Gipper' I did not enjoy this. I started late, so I quit early (sounds fair...)

North American QSO Party, CW (2014)

Team: PVRC Rappahannock 2. Comments: Few things went right.

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