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2010 ARRL CW Contest from Radio Arcala – OH8X


Posted: February 23rd, 2010 under Contesting, Hamradio.

OH8X - M1 Tower - 4 x 6 el 20m, 2 x 2 el 80m
Call: OH8X
Operator(s): LB3HC, OH7EA,  LA6FJA, LA8AJA
Station: OH8X

Class: M/2 HP
QTH: Arcala
Operating Time (hrs): 48

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
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  160:   85    32
   80:  342    49
   40:  878    58
   20: 1593    59
   15:  666    57
   10:    0     0
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Total: 3564   255  Total Score = 2,720,340

Club: Contest Club Finland

Here is the summary from the contest this weekend. I was lucky to get the opportunity to work from this enormous station. I'll post some pictures and a little write-up later.



Comments: 4

Comments

Ulis K3LU

February 24, 2010
22:50

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Sounds like a blast brother. Congrats. I look forward to the pixs. I bagged them I think either on 80 or 40. I think doing a 160m contest from there would be lots of fun.

la8aja

February 26, 2010
12:55

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It was a big blast 🙂 Working from this station was an incredible experience. Contesting will never be the same after this. I checked the log, you were logged on 20M according to what I could find. I didn’t work much 160M this weekend, but I bet the CQ 160M contests would be great from this qth with big antennas and a very quiet qth. Regarding pictures, I’ll try to get around to it this weekend. Time just flies too fast these days.

Ulis K3LU

February 26, 2010
17:21

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You need a break from the cold weather. You should gun for a trip to CR2X next. I didn’t put a big effort forth in the contest as the XYL had me running all over the place. I managed to do a little over 400 QSOs and didn’t call CQ once. A bad day on the bands beats a good day in the office.

la8aja

February 28, 2010
20:23

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Yeah, we have had enough cold weather this winter and plenty of snow. CR2X would sure be great, who knows, maybe in the future. Luckily, we’re slowly heading towards summer and longer days.