Wednesday, March 2, 2016


Steve KL7SB and Wes WL7F joined me (N1TX) to form a pretty potent multi-single team at KL2R. Band conditions were really good, especially considering how iffy things were in the weeks and days prior.  In fact, it's safe to say propagation was so good at times the team's capacity to log was nearly saturated.  A big surprise was the solid-rate openings on 40m. The phased verticals worked stupendously.  The final claimed score bested a 2014 SO effort (N1TX) by about 350 QSOs and 100k points.

One of several highlights was working Phil AK7DD (ex-KL8DX), who now resides in Oregon. Check out his QRP activity (with an indoor antenna) here. He works us at around 5:30 into the video.

Score Summary
 Band     QSOs     Pts  Sec
   3.5      25      75   16
     7     489    1461   55
    14     636    1908   52
    21     781    2343   57
    28     104     312   22
 Total    2035    6099  202
Score: 1,231,998

1 comment:

  1. So great to work KL2R again!! Great score and great job! Miss that station and those occupying the chairs. Until the next time...73! - Phil