Jun 2013 Straight Key/Bug mW Sprint
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K3WWP Comments - The results are completely final now as we do not cross-check logs for our mW or 160M sprints. However if you note any transcription errors in scores below, notify Ki VA3PEN at the email address shown above. We came up with 74 logs which is tied for the third highest total for a mW sprint. Thanks and congratulations.
SWA Category - W1 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna K1YAN 14 14 28 11 308 x2 616 G5RV Jr. @ 30' K1QO 15 15 30 11 330 330 OCFdpl@30' KM1N 16 16 32 10 320 320 Horiz Loop 180 ft long up 15 feet. K1IEE 9 9 18 8 144 x2 288 OCF long wire@30' SWA Category - W2 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna K2YGM 39 38 77 23 1771 1771 G5RV Mini @40' KD2MX 29 29 58 15 870 x2 1740 600' loop@30' W2JEK 19 19 38 10 380 x2 760 20 gp, 40 dipole, 80ef - all @ 20 ft AA2VG 13 13 26 11 286 x2 572 carolina windom @45' KA2KGP 12 12 24 11 264 x2 528 dipole up 25 ft. WA1GWH 11 11 22 9 198 x2 396 40M 1/4 wave inv L w/grnd system WA2NYY 7 7 14 5 70 x2 140 80m OCF Dipole at 35' K2RFP 5 5 10 5 50 x2 100 80m loop @ 22ft N2ESE 8 8 16 5 80 80 80mtr.ocf-dipole@25ft NW2K 1 1 2 1 2 2 Fan dpl @40' $K2ARM 13 13 26 11 286 x2 572 40M DIPOLE @ 20 FT SWA Category - W3 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna K3WWP 33 32 65 18 1170 x2 2340 20 attic dpl, 40 attic rnd wire KC2EGL 13 13 26 9 234 x2 468 G5RVjr @ 20' K3RLL 8 8 16 8 128 128 G5RVjr KE3HL 7 7 14 6 84 84 40M Dipole SWA Category - W4 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna K4ORD 48 47 95 25 2375 2375 160 dpl@35', 40 dpl@45', 80 dpl@35' KB4QQJ 23 23 46 17 782 x2 1564 doublet at 33 feet WG8Y 13 13 26 9 234 x2 468 grd mtd 20,40 1/4 wire verts. W4DUK 12 12 24 9 216 x2 432 EF Zepp @ 20' W4TZM 11 11 22 8 176 x2 352 Doublet@60' K4JPN 9 9 18 8 144 x2 288 Zepp WF7T 10 10 20 7 140 x2 280 G5RV@40' WD4OHD 10 10 20 7 140 x2 280 20m vertical & 40m dipole NA4O 8 8 16 7 112 x2 224 vert 40m delta loop@50' K4DXV 5 5 10 5 50 x2 100 Gap Titan DX Vertical W1SGC 3 3 6 3 18 x2 36 dpl@30' KK4DMT 3 3 6 3 18 18 ENDFED WIRE @ 30' K9VON 2 2 4 2 8 8 dpl@25' $WA4ZOF 13 13 26 12 312 312 160 mtr windom @ 50 - 40mtr loop @ 25 SWA Category - W5 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna W5IQS 32 31 63 20 1260 x2 2520 fan dpl @ 30' N5GW 21 21 42 16 672 672 CFZ @40' W5EST 8 8 16 8 128 x2 256 dpl@25' AA5TB 6 6 12 6 72 x2 144 Inv-L, 20' x 44' K4LJA 2 2 4 2 8 8 S9v 31-foot vertical @ ground mounted K5BRY 1 1 2 1 2 x2 4 G5RV jr. at 22 feet imvv $KE5YUM 5 5 10 5 50 x2 100 inverted v at 30' SWA Category - W6 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna WK6L 9 8 17 8 136 x2 272 Windom(Inverted Vee),Up 35ft, 40M/20M NQ6E 2 2 4 2 8 x2 16 dpl@33' SWA Category - W7 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna K9JWV 19 19 38 14 532 x2 1064 43' vertical & 70 elevated radials NU7T 5 5 10 5 50 x2 100 R6000 W7GAH 3 3 6 3 18 x2 36 240' Rand Wire @ 60' WB7EUX 2 2 4 2 8 x2 16 Windom @ 30ft SWA Category - W8 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna W3NP 43 43 86 18 1548 x2 3096 130' CF Zepp @ 45' - 600 ohm open wire AC8LJ 27 27 54 18 972 x2 1944 delta loop & dpls all @ abt 40ft WB8LZG 10 10 20 8 160 x2 320 dpl@35' KB3CXQ 3 3 6 3 18 x2 36 car wdm 80, gnd mtd vrt KW8U 4 4 8 3 24 24 Half wave 40 meter vertical $N8XMS 4 4 8 3 24 24 Wire in tree / counterpoise on ground SWA Category - W9 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna KB9ILT 35 35 70 17 1190 1190 Delta Loop W9ILF 14 13 27 11 297 x2 594 Gnd Mtd Vert W9CC 14 14 28 10 280 x2 560 80Loop15' N9RLO 7 7 14 4 56 x2 112 cf zepp@45' K9EYT 2 2 4 2 8 x2 16 40M inverted V 20ft $AB9YC 8 8 16 7 112 112 dipole@20' SWA Category - W0 Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna N0TA 33 33 66 21 1386 x2 2772 Doublet at 30' NK8O 24 24 48 20 960 x2 1920 inverted V,random wire KD0V 20 20 40 12 480 x2 960 cf Zepp @ 50 feet NU0S 13 13 26 11 286 x2 572 Hustler BTV4 gnd mtd vert K0FTC 10 10 20 8 160 x2 320 Longwire@30' K0EUN 10 8 18 8 144 x2 288 40 loop@20' NU0T 5 5 10 5 50 x2 100 Delta Loop @ 28' NO2D 4 4 8 3 24 24 80 Meter Doublet @ 30 feet SWA Category - Canada Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna VE3KI 37 37 74 17 1258 1258 G5RV@35' VA3RKM 12 12 24 10 240 x2 480 Verticals VE5BCS 9 9 18 9 162 x2 324 loopant@25' VE3FUJ 3 3 6 3 18 x2 36 G5RV @ 50' $VE7KBN 5 5 10 5 50 x2 100 3 BAND VERT. 8 FT OFF GROUND SWA Category - DX Division Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna GAIN ANTENNA Category Call QSOs Mbrs Pts Mul Sco Bon Final 80-40-20 Antenna K4BAI 37 35 72 21 1512 x2 3024 TH6DXX at 55'; dipole at 40. N1IX 23 23 46 14 644 644 3el Yagi@70' NQ2W 16 16 32 13 416 416 Mini beam @25', inv vee @40' @ Non-member not eligible for certificate $ QRO More than one watt - not eligible for certificate AWARD WINNERS: 1st SWA W1: K1YAN 1st SWA W2: K2YGM 1st SWA W3: K3WWP 1st SWA W4: K4ORD 1st SWA W5: W5IQS 1st SWA W6: WK6L 1st SWA W7: K9JWV 1st SWA W8: W3NP 1st SWA W9: KB9ILT 1st SWA W0: N0TA 1st SWA Canada: VE3KI 1st SWA DX: n/a 1st Gain: K4BAISOAPBOX:
WB7EUX - Only had 15 minutes for this sprint. Great fun!
K2RFP - My first sprint with the new NAQCC logging program I wrote. It went well. Available as freeware from the freeware link on my homepage at cwfun.org 72, Dick.
KK4DMT - This is my first try at this. Have to go to work very early am, so quit after an hour. lots of fun.
K3RLL - FT-817 to G5RVjr - Nice to be back in PA with an outside antenna. Wasted most of my time on 20 meters where sigs were weak. Finally gave up and went to 40 and was amazed how strong the mW signals were. NW2K couldn't copy me on 20 but was very strong on 40. Interesting! Big signal was W3NP tonight. 72 de Don K3RLL
N0TA - Good propagation on 20m. Thanks for the Q's. K3 @ 0.9w, doublet, Junker straight key, GenLog.
KC2EGL - If it were not for the reminder that I received today via email I would have forgotten about tonight's mW sprint. Had a blast as usual. Thanks to all who worked me. Hope to CU on Field Day. I will be operating with John K3WWP. 73 Mike Rig- KX3, Key- US Navy Flameproof.
W4TZM - First mW sprint and first sprint with a straight key. Some really good little signals out there tonight and fun as always. For the next sprint I promise to use my right foot just to mix things up.
KB3CXQ - Lots of noise, but bands were good otherwise.
NA4O - Amazing what a half-watt and a wire antenna can do...
WA2NYY - This was a fun sprint tonight. Wish I could have been on longer, but I was only able to get on at 10:05 pm, and still worked 7 members on 40m. Heard some real loud signals too. K2YGM sounded very strong tonight. Mark
NW2K - Checklog. A great opportunity to test new RX antennas. Thank you very much for the QSOs.
NO2D - Could not believe the number of stations running < 1 watt on 20 meters. Long phone call to fishing buddy in MT. interrupted the sprint. Running a K3 here at 1/2 watt. Could not believe that NY could hear me. Wish I had more time to run the sprint. Pete, NO2D.
KB4QQJ - That was fun! First mW sprint I've made in a while. Bands were pretty good here in NC., Plenty of activity on 20 and 40. Never made it to 80. Using a new logger this time. K2RFP's NAQCClogger. Great logging for NAQCC sprints with member lookup,scoring and clipboard copy for the autologger and soapbox at NAQCC. Plus formatted for the auto logger. Have a look and give it a test drive from Dicks Freeware page; http://cwfun.org/zip/ Rig was ATS3-b at 500mW into a 5 band doublet at 33 feet. Key was my favorite Marconi AS300a circa 1920's. 72 for now and BCNU, Randy_KB4QQJ
WA4ZOF - Stayed on 20 most of the sprint, low noise tonight very strong sigs good night for a mw. sprint. TOM WA4ZOF see u all nxt mo.
K4DXV - Didn't get on the air until after 0100. All work on 40. Came straight in from mowing the yard and sat down at the rig. Not much luck early but managed to snag N1IX. Quit about 0130 to take a shower and let the darkness improve 40. Got back on and had fairly good success after 0200. Well, I suppose it's fairly good. This is my first ever mW sprint and I have no clue what realistic expectations should be. I ended up with 5 QSO's and, frankly, I'm amazed! At least I have a baseline to work from now and can try to improve. I'll have to say that I think this mW business is probably something that has to grow on you, HI HI. Compared to this, 5 watts seems like high power! Thanks to all who worked me. If anyone is working Field Day, I will be the 80-meter CW captain for the Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club, W4OLB. Hope to see everyone back next month for the regular sprint.
K3WWP - Hey, that was fun. I wasn't really going to put in a big effort, but the QSOs just kept coming so I hung around to the end. I'm pleased with my 33 QSOs and 18 mults which combined gave me my best mW sprint ever by 23 points over the Dec 2011 one. Of course it's far from the scores of those with better antennas and locations, but I don't compete with them anyway, just with myself, so as I said, I'm happy with the way things went tonight. Also I hope it proves to anyone who may doubt that QRP works that they are wrong. If I can make 33 QSOs in two hours with 0.9 watts and simple antennas in my attic, I think that says QRP DOES WORK - period.
WD4OHD - Excessive noise on 80m, QRM on 40m, best signals on 20m tonight.
VE3FUJ - Thanks to the ones I contacted. The Static was terrible here never heard it so bad. Had all my filters at the narrowest, still the noise was bad, and masked a lot of stations. So 1/2 hr was all I could manage. I very like missed hearing some stations, sorry about that. Brion 3011
K4ORD - That was a nice warm up for Field Day, 20M was in good shape worked from New England to WA. 40M was good with some real S9 signals but very heavy QRN, even 20M was a bit noisy.38 40M QSO'S, 10 20M QSO'S. Hope everyone can make it out to FD this year even if you have to operate from the home QTH. I will be with our club operating as W4FCR mainly on 40M ( CW of course ). Thanks for all the QSO'S 73/72 Riley K4ORD
WG8Y - Hi all, Had a good time. I think I say this every time but sure is neat what you can work with 1/2 watt. Boy ,40 was loaded with signals.Tough sorting them out at times. Gonna have to turn my vert. wires.They only seem to put a sig into the N.E.from here. HI Hi. Missed my buddy Ron NT8P.in Ohio .Oh well,I'll get him on FD. 72 all From N.C. Mark WG8Y
N9RLO - Thanks to all, I had a fun time. 40 meters was in pre tty good shape. 73, John N9RLO
KA2KGP - A nice MW sprint. 20m. was in good shape & lot-o-QRM on 40m. Rig: Ten Tec Argosy II at 1 w. into dipole up 25 ft., straight key.
NU0T - Lots of fun with one watt!
VE3KI - Missed the first 25 minutes - too bad, 20 was open.
W9ILF - RIG: MFJ 9040 - What an interesting night. I thought it would be fun to work mw with my single band radio and sat outside. It was the right radio because 40 was pretty hot for mw work. I was surprised how well that simple set up worked. I am thinking 5 watts is like QRO after tonight. I got half way through and I found the neighbors sheep got out so I spent the second half of the sprint as a shepherd.
KM1N - MY FIRST MILLIWATT SPRINT - GREAT FUN! THANKS ES 72/73.
K2YGM - Condx were fair tonite with both 20/40 providing contacts here.. 20 went out in one hour and the rest of the sprint was on 40 with one QSO on 80 mtrs. Many strong stations copied for MW power. Had to use filters on KX3 for 40 due to crowded freq's Have a great summer 72 K2YGM
W7GAH - Lightning kept me off the air for about 1/2 the sprint. However, the noise was not that bad when I could get on. Just enough noise to make copy hard. Only 3 contacts, but given conditions what the hey! 73/72
K9EYT - My first MW sprint had to use my old backup rig a SWAN 100MX to get under one watt, ant 40 meter inverted V up only 20ft on the side of the house. Was abt to give up and then worked NW2K and VE3kI tnx guys. Should have a better setup for the next MW sprint 72 Ray
NQ2W - Ten-Tec Jupiter @ 5W to a mini beam at 25' for 20 and an inv V at 40' for 40. Not a lot of time...getting ready for FD...had the K1 packed so operated "QRO" to give out some contacts. Signals were pretty strong. Thanks for the Q's and thanks to NAQCC. GL wid FD. Be safe. See you down the log. 72, Will, NQ2W
WB8LZG - Great condx for a milliwatt sprint tonight! Cranked the K2 down to 900mw. Most of the previos mw sprints i've had a vy hard time wid noise es sigs down in the MUD. But there were several stns i gave honest 599 rpts to. Always fascinating to see what 900mw will do. Worked from one coast to the other. I only had 45 mins to play but still managed a respectable 10 QSOs. my rate was abt like a regular 5w sprint. I spent the whole time on 20m. it was really hoppin wid signals. sri to a few who answered my calls es i couldnt quite pull u out, but i did work 2 newer members, K2YGM,BoB 6159, es KF7WNS,Gary 6631, welcome to the NAQCC guys ! 20 was working so gud i didnt even check 40. Had to do several chores before bedtime so reluctantly pulled the plug early. Hope to hear u all on at Field Day. I'll be playing FD wid 4 es 5 element "Bruce" arrays agn. I cant say enough GUD things abt these skyhooks. THEY WORK ! Best wire antenna i have tryed in 40+ years of Field Days. I'll be enjoying burnt hot dogs n swattin skeeters. Hope u all have fun too ! 73 Gregg
KE5YUM - I enjoyed the sprint a lot. Signals were good on 20 in my part of the world, and I heard more signals than I was able to work. All the best, Terry
KD0V - Band Conditions were quite good. Really surprised how strong the signals were on 40M. 72, Merlin - KD0V
K9JWV - Well, fun event (always enjoy dusting off the hand key) BUT, as usual, during the summer months, us "left side of the country" ops get constrained in terms of making many Qs on 40 and 80 due to propagation constraints (thanks to a "favorable time period for the right side of the country). So, our "score" suffers, in comparison to those "right side of the country ops." That's OK - we get to "play mo betta" during the winter months. Great to hear and work friends like K4BAI!
K4BAI - FT1000MP, WM2 QRP Watt Meter, 990 mW, TH6DXX, dipole. Am sure this must have been my best milliwatt sprint, primarily because 20M was good and stayed in for a long time. There was no QRN and signals were quite good from all over. Missed at least MI and BC, which didn't hear me calling. Missed local GA station KK4BNC who was QRV, but I never heard him. Heard KB4QQJ in NC very weak and didn't call Randy. Thought I'd get him on 40 later, but didn't. On 20M: 27 QSOs in 16 mults. About 0150Z, I changed to 40M to try to work closer in mults, but the QRN was terrible and all signals except W5IQS and N5GW were weak. 10 QSOs and 5 more mults on 40. Best DX: NY, ON, MN, and TX. Thanks for all QSOs. 73/72, John, K4BAI.
AA2VG - Wow I thought working with 5 watts was fun. So I hear John N0TA. As I start reaching for my key I can feel my heart rate increase since I am thinking "there is no way he is going to hear my ONE watt". John comes back from CO with my call and my first contact!!! tnx John. So mw qrp is a great way to keep my vintage computer in working order (that's the computer I received in 1950 still situated between my ears!! Fun Peter AA2VG
K1IEE - Started on 40M and conditions seemed very good. The little HW-8 had a hard time with several very strong signal,s overriding the weak sprint stations. W4ZSX tried hard but I never heard his return. NW2K and VE3KI very strong . QSO of the night was with AA5TB several tries and he got my info. QRP OP's are the best for sure. Thanks to all 73 Dick
W4DUK - Ten-Tec Corsair II at 900mW to End Fed Zepp at 20 feet, Speed-X straight key. Worked a few on 20m, then moved to 40m for the rest. Another good time! 73/72, Dave
KB9ILT - Good conditions here in Illinois. It sounded like a regular 5 watt sprint with many very strong signals. NW2K sounded like he was running a kilowatt into a beam pointed right at me. Was glad to work W7OM in Washington State (1733 miles) with my 900 mw signal. Fun as always. See you in July.
AB9YC - I don't have milliwatt capability, so I joined in to pass out some contacts in the time I had. Many of those I heard were faint, but mostly readable; others were pretty solid. I had to work at some of them, as with such low power the slightest static and the signal was washed out. Perhaps I should get an attenuator so my score will actually count! Good work to all who made contacts.
KD2MX - Tonight's sprint proves you don't need no stinkin' five watts. Of course, good band conditions sure helps the milliwatter. It was hard to believe this was the milliwatt sprint. I even double checked my output a couple of times. Most signals here were quite strong, I didn't have to do much digging. Lots of activity too, at least on 40M. 80M was a very lonely place. I gave it a shot a couple of times but only found one other intrepid NAQCCer. I was not surprised, 40M was the happening place. It was a fun night with a QSO total that I'd be satisfied with in any sprint. I'm sure I could have squeezed out a bunch more QSOs had I worked at it but there was so much activity that it was tough to find a clear spot. I think a great time was had by all.
W3NP - Stayed on 40 for the entire sprint (missed the first 20 minutes) where there was a good amount of activity. It seemed that most of the activity was in the upper part of the suggested operating freqs. Condx were very good with some nice strong mw signals. I think Randy KB4QQJ was the loudest here in my part of WV. Rig was my Ten Tec Eagle running at 750 mw output to my CF Zepp and my straight key was the Junker.
K1YAN - Good conditions on both 20 and 40, but better on 40. Ran 550 mW with the FT-950 and attenuator.
VE5BCS - I'm sorry for those that called and I missed. I just missed part of call or number. Tnx to the ones I heard. Very enjoyable.Harold
K4JPN - I want to thank all who struggled to work me, I was running 100 mW, rather then the QRO of 999mW. I was amazed at how you guys pulled me out. 20M was good last night, QRN locally was rough on 80M and 40M. 72, Steve K4JPN
VE7KBN - Enjoyed the sprint. Used HB1B. Only listened on 20 and got most of those I heard! Thanks.
NU0S - Great fun again I was cut short the family wanted to go eat; I don't know where their priorities are at... Hi Hi... I ran the Elecraft K1 at 500mW into the Hustler BTV4 ground mounted vert antenna and the American Morse kit built straight key. Getting ready for ARRL Field Day so was good practice. It was great to work everyone again thank you and have a great and safe Field Day... 73 Scotty/Nebraska
K1QO - Very exciting to run 900 mW!! This to me, is as exciting as radio gets!!! A little wire in the sky and under one watt..wow!!!! Great participation!! Very cool contest!!! I didn't expect to hear so many stations...conditions seemed really good..lots of very strong signals. One thing I need to learn is how to zero beat stations better...I think I would have had as many as another 10 in my log...that is my fault and I will do better next time. Thanks to all!!!!! 72/88 de Ann
NK8O - Surprising what I was able to work with 900 mW. I hope I did the log correctly. I wish there were a Mac alternative for logging.
NQ6E - Used a stock FT-817 @ 500mW. 20m had the signals but most were in the noise. N0TA was coming in way above, and W5IQS right at my noise level. Tnx to both for mW qso. Frank
N8XMS - Baby-sitting duty for our granddaughter came up so I didn't think that I would be able to participate in the sprint. But I did have my "Shack-in-a-box" portable gear in the car. So once she was tucked into bed I went out on my son's front porch, tossed a wire up into a tree, and laid out my counterpoise. I then realized that there is no convenient way to turn down the power on my Elecraft KX1. I spent about a half hour giving out points to a few members, but I was QRO at 3-watts so there's no score for me. It was fun anyway!
K0EUN - First-ever mW contest. I enjoyed every attempt and was happily surprised each time I was able to complete a contact.
N5GW - I fired up the old HW-9 for a workout at 900mW into a WM-2 wattmeter hooked up to a HB tuner and CFZ hanging between two big oak trees. My keyer was K12 memory keyer built into an AC receptacle box, as I am not coordinated enough for my old J-38. HI! The bands sounded pretty good considering local storms. Most Q's were on 20 early on; then a few on 40 later. I heard one good signal on 80 (think it was NW2K) but he couldn't hear me. CU all next month.
WA1GWH - Nice to see so many folks in the mW Sprint. Thanks for the contacts!
N1IX - This was my first MW sprint. I was amazed at the signals!!
W2JEK - used my OHR-500 at 900 mw with Signal Electric straight key. Was slow going at first until the NE QRP SCAF audio filter was connected, It made a big difference pulling out weak signals. Made 1 qso on 20, then to 40 the "workhorse" band, then 2 qso on 80. Was lots of fun. 72 and 73 Don Younger W2JEK #1135
KW8U - Been licensed since 1969 and this was my first contest; Had a ball!!! Next time I'll plan for more time to do the whole contest.
AA5TB - Used my 20 year old and trusty MFJ-9020 and had fun.
W5IQS - Fun Sprint. I am always surprised what 1/2 watt and a simple antenna system can do. I lost a couple of Q's because I didn't copy the exchange properly..Sorry. Was happy to work K3WWP at 0033 - good copy on you John. Worked K4BAI, NW2K and KD0V on both 20 and 40 meters, Thanks Guys. Evan, W5IQS
AC8LJ - Great time as per usual. Thanks to everyone!
KE3HL - My most profuse apologies to all those that I worked ... I operated from our local club's special event station (K3J) - I am not very good with paddles to start with and I operated an unfamiliar radio, with an apparently Mode B keyer built in - and I am far more used to Mode A, with unfamiliar (but well built ...)paddles --- sooo, my call and info was butchered on several occasions. Power out was about 1W.
VA3RKM - Had not been in a sprint for a long time. This mW one was fun.
See General Sprint Rules for rules common to every NAQCC sprint.
RULES specific to this month's sprint:
Date and time:
Thursday, June 20, 2013 0030-0230Z
Power: 999 mW or less to be eligible for any awards or prizes. Others welcome to participate and submit check logs.
Note: We do not cross-check logs for our special milliwatt sprints. What you submit stands as your final score, so please check yourself for accuracy before submitting.
All entries must be RECEIVED before 2400Z on the Sunday following the sprint. So submit as soon as possible, especially regular mail entries.
Preferred method of submitting your log and report is our on-line autologger.