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CQ 160-Meter (2010)


CQ 160-Meter (2009)


CQ 160-Meter (2008)


IARU HF World Championship (2012)

Rules make it not as much fun for a multi-op. Off for about 2 hours because of electrical storms in area. Had the pleasure of having Sandy, YO3ND, operate with us, while visiting N2YO. Had plenty of time BS, and we did.

Russian DX Contest (2012)

Between logger problems and condx it was an interesting weekend. Despite Murphy's best efforts, we did have some fun. As noted by others it was primarily a 40/20 meter contest. There are 24 Qs, a couple of oblasts and possibly a few more DX mults not included in this summary.

IARU HF World Championship (2007)

NR4M team had a great time as usual in the IARU. This year we had the pleasure of Bill, KC4D and Fred W4DF joining us. There were actually a smattering of phone Qs, made, but for the most part it was CW. The station is slowly coming together.

ARRL 160-Meter Contest (2011)

Got into this contest on a whim at the last minute, and started late. Had more problems in the short time I op'd this contest, than all other contests in recent history. Rig would lock up when you pressed the 'esc' key to kill a CQ.  Apologies to those ops where I just disappeared, for many seconds.

ARRL 10-Meter Contest (2010)

None of the 3 ops had any real quantity of time to spend with this contest. Used it to try and get a feel for how the new antennas played.  So far, so good. Finished rebuilding RF section of a 25 yr old amp Sat AM, so decided that we would test it out in the  contest.  It proved to be a good 'all or nothing' shake down of the amp.

Russian DX Contest (2011)

The Russian DX is really fun! At the last minute we decided to throw an M/M oeration together. Condx were fairly good. Loud signals on the low bands but might be expected 80 and 160 were a bit noisy. Good activity. Not sure what appened to us on ten but we obviously dropped the ball there. Thanks to veryone for the Qs and to NR4M & Co. for the hospitality!

IARU HF World Championship (2011)

We used the IARU as a vehicle to give a logging program a decent evaluation. Not having at least an M/2 category or use of a second station working mults only made this contest somewhat frustrating under present condx. Multipliers would show up on 10M but weren't around long enough to put a list together to make the ten minute investment worthwhile.


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