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#151 worked on 6M with XE2CQ


Posted: October 17th, 2017 under 6M, Hamradio.

It was July 4th. I was out cutting the gras. When I was finished, I had gotten a message from LA7QIA wondering if he should be home now. As I had been outside, I didn’t really understand what he meant. I started checking things and noticed LA-stations were reporting hearing stations from the west coast […]


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#150 worked on 6M with PJ7/W9DR in the log


Posted: August 13th, 2017 under 6M, Hamradio.

Radio started very slow this year. My first qso was with my friend K3LU. I worked Ulis on 20M CW on January 1st. He had a great signal, and it was nice to work him again. On January 31st, I worked TU5MH on 40M and 30M CW. That was a new country on both bands. […]


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#332 on LoTW with 5A1A(L)


Posted: May 23rd, 2017 under Hamradio, LoTW.

Last year, 5A1AL was approved for DXCC. Since I did not have 5A confirmed on LoTW, I managed to work him on 30M CW. He did also get a manager, W5UE, who had an OQRS system set up. I requested confirmation for the 30M QSO, and e-mailed him to get all my old 5A1A contacts […]


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JW8AJA LoTW stats for 2017


Posted: February 7th, 2017 under Hamradio, LoTW.

Here are my stats for my JW8AJA call. These stats are from February 6th, 2017. I have 91 DXCC’s confirmed and still 49 states. I really need another trip to get Delaware confirmed on LoTW. The percentage is up 1% since last year, and 1 more DXCC total. Yearly statistics: Year # QSO’es # Confirmed % 2002 […]


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LA8AJA LoTW stats for 2017


Posted: February 5th, 2017 under Hamradio, LoTW.

Here is my annual LoTW stat post for LA8AJA. These number are from February 5th. I’ve gotten 5 more DXCC’s confirmed on LoTW since the last report a year ago. I did work a few more contacts last year, than the previous year. And I also worked several new DXCC’s, which luckily resulted in new […]


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