[OhQP-mail] Fwd: OhQP K8MR Rover LP
Jimk8mr at aol.com
Jimk8mr at aol.com
Mon Sep 8 21:18:03 CDT 2014
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Subj: OhQP K8MR Rover LP
Ohio QSO Party
Operator(s): K8MR AC8E
Class: Rover LP
QTH: 20 Counties
Operating Time (hrs): 11
Band CW Qs Ph Qs
80: 73 5
40: 466 186
20: 101 12
15: 8 3
10: 0 0
Total: 648 206 CW Mults = 74 Ph Mults = 66 Total Score = 209,440
Club: North Coast Contesters
Still fun to hit the road. This year we again did the Rover category,
to operate with a real antenna (the "33 Ft. HamStick") from 4 of the rarest
counties, Carroll, Harrison, Monroe, and Morgan. Most of the SSB QSOs were
stopped in these four places. In the first three I had decent though not
results while parked, but in Morgan county I had a very good run on 40 SSB.
Combined with good CW while driving, we had 121 QSOs from there, likely a
single county high in my mobile/rover operations.
Conditions were pretty good, especially on 40 meters where propagation
to most of the state for most of the contest. The higher bands were decent,
though not much activity. Most of the 15 meter contacts were QSYs with Uli,
DM5EE. Too bad we did not first connect until half way through the contest.
The missing hour was spent operating W1AW/8 on 40 CW from Monroe county,
perhaps the rarest county in the state. Results with that were
not much different from what they would have been with a less prominent
guess the other W1AW/8 ops in Ohio had fulfilled the need and demand for
on that band.
Thanks to my driver, AC8E, and all those who followed us and took part in
2014 Ohio QSO Party.
73 - Jim K8MR
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