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AG5DBSO LP ALLMarch 9th 2016
AG6AYSA HP ALLSpent more time on low bands in early AM. Northern Europe was impossible but did get some North African stations. South America, Carribian, Canada, and Japan were solid. Managed a couple Indonesian and China stations this year too
AH2RMSHThe condx was the worst in recent 20 years. In a worse thing, there was blackout in town for 96 minutes at the end of the contest. So we may lose 100 QSOs or more
AI6EGSA HP ALLFirst Licensed 1/16/2014
AI6LYSO HP ALL10-20-2014 first licensed
AI6SXSO LP 20MFirst contest, Antenna fell over in rainstorm and high winds
AI6TKSO LP 20MFirst ever contact on ham radio was with KH6J
AJ4ASA HP ALLLOW BANDS EXCEPT 2 QSO'S. VERTICAL ONLY
AJ4XMSO LP 40MFT-950 with modified dipole in attic about 20 ASL. Operated 9-1/2 hours total
AJ5E/4SO LP ALLKenwood 480 running 100W into 40m off-ctr dipole. Thanks for the contacts! 73 Robert AJ5E
AK7RMSO HP ALLOne the most exciting contests of the year!!!
AL4YSO LP ALLDATE FIRST LICENSED 02/12/2014 ICOM 746PRO, 15M MOXON, 20M MOXON, 40/80/160M TRAPPED INVERTED ELL
BD7LMASO LP ALL14 December 2014,?certificate class B, working for UV+HF band
BD7LNISO LP ALL42626
BH6KOKSA LP 15M42396
BI4SHVSA LP ALL41821
BI4SWRSA LP ALL42401
BI4VIPSA LP ALL42472
BW/JP3PZGSA LP ALL42634
CA1LEW/2SO LP 10MThanks good Experience
CA4CBKSO LP 10M15/12/2015
CE0Y/NO9ESO HP ALLImpromptu operation during busy professonal life with untested setup Radio KX3 + Expert 1.3k-fa Antenna endfed EFHW 4010 as inv V on 12m Spiderpole + 15m vertical + 2 el 10m beam Strong RFI greatly reduced operating time
CE3DNPSO HP 15MGeneral DX Log
CE3SBQSA LP 10M90W Yagi 3 element
CN2AAMSHWas very interesting to compete with EF8R team. Thanks to all who calling us. CU in CW part
CN3AM2Another great contest from CN3A! Thanks!
CR2BDQGood fun even on CU land!
CR5SSBMSLFirst goal achieved that was Participate!
CS7AKWSO LP ALL41877
CT1AOZSO HP 160MHi guys... Many thanks to all of you for the contacts and for your patience to catch me from qrm... it was a nice contest but propagation was very poor at least here in my side. Hope to hear all of you and many more in next CW contest. best 73 from Jose CT1AOZ
CT2GQNSA LP ALLspecial thanks to LY5W F5NBX TM3R VE3EJ 9A1P DO9VK ON4AYM HA9AL
CT5GOJSA LP 10MCrazy Propagation
CT7ABESO LP ALLAlways nice to participate even when propagation does not help. I will surely participate again next year
CT7AIXSO LP 10MRIG: Icon IC-7300 ANT: Dipole PWR: 100W Bad conditions this year. 73
CT7AMFSA LP ALLFirst license 2015
CU2CESO HP 160MVery bad propagation, but as usual a big pleasure to join CQWWSSB contest
DB2BSA HP 80MConditions have been quite poor this year on 80m
DB2MJSA HP ALLLicense 03.2015
DB6LYSO HP ALLRookie 2014
DC8WANSO LP 40MMy first Licensed is from 10 march 2015.gbookLogbookCustomTitles.xml
DC9ZPSO HP ALLNice contest, TNX and see u next year. Vy 73 de Manfred, DC9ZP
DF0HQMM7% NA only
DF1JCSO LP 10Mextremly bad conditions on 10 meters
DF1LXSA HP 20Ma lot of contest station were out of the SSB area - especially on 160m
DF3IRSA LP ALLMy first time to spend such a long time in a Phone-Contest. It was really hard work with K3 barefoot and wire antennas. Lesson learnt: I need a PTT-Footswitch and SSB-Contests are nothing for pipe smokers, hi. Thanks for the patience with my tiny signal
DF4JMSA HP ALL8.10.2016
DF5BMSO LP ALLPoor conditions, most of the QSO's with EU. However, I enjoyed the contest. Thank you to all. DF5BM
DF5RFSA LP ALLWhile condx were low I had the chance to improve some things like running 15 Watts from the KX3 on 80mtrs and a dipole, sometimes I used 50 or 100Watts from an old TS-50 to check the DVK, cabling and RFI
DG1EASA HP ALLI only began at 06 UTC= 06 If something is not ok, just drop me a line, please!
DG2BHBSA LP ALLHope to meet you again next year. 73s, Bjoern DG2BHB

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