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vk3pa
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Australia
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Posted - 14 Jan 2008 :  08:26:47 AM  Show Profile  Visit vk3pa's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Dear friends
I want to let you know that YB4IPY station, of wich I am the qsl manager, tell to all that he is actif only in 7 MHz band where he has some propagation from Sumatra Island. The propagation as same as for us is completly closed on 14, 21, 28 MHz.
You can even found him on RTTY.
73 de I0YKN Nuccio Meoli
International Polar Year ststion
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vk3pa
Deceased

Australia
1714 Posts

Posted - 26 Mar 2008 :  04:55:01 AM  Show Profile  Visit vk3pa's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi there

There appears to be some confusion and incorrect QSL routing information
in circulation for the operation from 9M6LSC between 6th and 12th March
2008.

9M6LSC is a club station and this operation was by Brian, G4ODV aka
5B4AIZ.

QRZ.com lists the QSL route as being via JN1WTK, which is incorrect.

Some sources list G4ODV and even G4OBK as the QSL route.

The correct route for this operation *ONLY*is via G3SWH.

See www.g3swh.org.uk/9m6lsc.html

I'll be grateful if you can amend your records accordingly.

73 for now
--
Phil Whitchurch
G3SWH and AD5YS
http://www.g3swh.org.uk

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vk3pa
Deceased

Australia
1714 Posts

Posted - 09 May 2008 :  06:32:23 AM  Show Profile  Visit vk3pa's Homepage  Reply with Quote
SRT HF CONTEST SSB

Type - World Wide Contest. All stations can be worked.
Date - Third week-end of September. In 2008 it will be the 20th and the 21st
of September starting Saturday at 13:00 UTC until Sunday at 13:00 UTC; No
time off, stations may work 48 hours.

Categories
A) Single operator High power (+150 watts) All Band SSB
B) Single operator Low Power (150 watts max) All Band SSB
C) Multi operator single transmitter High power (+150 watts) All
Band SSB
D) Multi operator single transmitter Low power (150 watts max)
All Band SSB
E) SWL

All operators can use packet cluster

Bands and modes- 10/160 meters (no WARC) SSB

Exchange - Signal report (RS) followed by the CQ zone numberScoring
QSO Points
0 points for qso with stations of the same country
1 point for qso with stations of another country but in the same continent
3 points for qso with stations of another continent
Multipliers
DXCC entities + WAE and CQ zones are multipliers. Stations can only be
counted once for multiplier credit
Final Score
Final score = total QSO points x total multipliers
Miscelaneous
Station may be worked once per band.
Mode is SSB only, no cross mode contacts.
No repeaters
Maritime mobile and aeronautical mobile stations do not count for QSO or
multiplier credit.
Logs-
Logs must be sent before the 15th of November to the Log Manager,
francoik8wej@virgilio.it

Logs will be follow IARU standards: date, time (UTC), RS(T) received and
RS(T) transmitted.

Duplicate qsos not marked as dupes and removed from the final score will be
penalized.

Logs will be submitted using standard Cabrillo format. Most all of the
commercial contest logging software supports Cabrillo format. (see software
below)

Log files must be named with your callsign.

E-mail your log with your callsign plus SRT in the subject line (For

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vk3pa
Deceased

Australia
1714 Posts

Posted - 06 Sep 2008 :  06:06:04 AM  Show Profile  Visit vk3pa's Homepage  Reply with Quote
http://www.strangeradioteam.com/SRT-HF-SSB-eng.asp
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