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Strange Antenna Challenge

SPECIAL EVENT

05/24/2018

This special event is open to all legal amateur radio operators; individual amateur radio operators and clubs are invited to participate as a special event station. QSL requests must be sent to the amateur radio operator or club with whom contact is made; not N0EW, unless that is the station with whom you have made contact. All legal frequencies may be used. The Strange Antenna Challenge is a special event in which amateur radio operators employ found or makeshift antennas to simulate emergency operating conditions following a storm or other natural disaster. It is also an educational outreach opportunity for clubs to stir interest in antenna theory, and as an interesting special event to draw the interest and potentially new amateur radio operators from the public. The call sign K0S is an affirmation of the unique public service given to all of us over the years from Kurt N. Sterba.

too late for may, put in june

May 24-May 27, 0400Z-0659Z, K0S, Springfield, MO. N0EW. 14.300; all modes, all bands. QSL. QSL to amateur , or club, contacted. This special event is open to all legal amateur radio operators; individual amateur radio operators and clubs are invited to participate as a special event station. QSL requests must be sent to the amateur radio operator or club with whom contact is made; not N0EW, unless that is the station with whom you have made contact. All legal frequencies may be used. The Strange Antenna Challenge is a special event in which amateur radio operators employ found or makeshift antennas to simulate emergency operating conditions following a storm or other natural disaster. It is also an educational outreach opportunity for clubs to stir interest in antenna theory, and as an interesting special event to draw the interest and potentially new amateur radio operators from the public. The call sign K0S is an affirmation of the unique public service given to all of us over the years. erikeweaver@gmail.com



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