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|MIQRP Jan CW Contest - Jan 14-15 2012||Jan 11th 2012, 04:09||1||784||on 11/1/12|
|Tennesee QSO Party - Sep 4||Sep 4th 2011, 01:21||1||1,118||on 4/9/11|
|Flight of the Bumblebees - Sunday, July 31||Jul 27th 2011, 16:48||4||1,466||on 1/8/11|
|NAQP - AUGUST 6/7 2011||Jul 25th 2011, 19:28||2||1,307||on 26/7/11|
|Question about what is okay to post?||Jul 25th 2011, 18:18||3||1,199||on 26/7/11|
|QST View - AView For Windows 7||K3SK||on 11/2/12|
|I just need the original version of A-View for use with my WinXP computer. I had a cra$h of the hard drive and lost the copy I've had on it since 2005. I can't find the original version on any of the CD's i've found, and I want to take a peek at the 1940-49 CD which I've recently purchased from another ham.|
|MIQRP Jan CW Contest - Jan 14-15 2012||N8XX||on 11/1/12|
|The Michigan QRP Club January CW Contest will be held beginning 1200Z Saturday 14 January 2012 and ending 2359Z Sunday, 15 January 2012. Yup, 36 hours of possible contacts. Contacts between stations all over the world - you needn't be a Michigan QRP Club member - just an interest in operating low power.
For full details see http://www.miqrp.org/contest.html
|Tennesee QSO Party - Sep 4||N8XX||on 4/9/11|
|Tennesee QSO party, QRP Category, tomorrow, Sept 4
This event runs from 1800z Sunday, September 4 until 0300z Monday,
September 5, 2011, That's 2 p.m. until 10 p.m. Eastern Time, Sunday, September 4.
Rules and other info at http://www.tnqp.org
|Flight of the Bumblebees - Sunday, July 31||N8XX||on 27/7/11|
|Flight of the Bumblebees (CW) ... QRP Contest!
EDT: Jul 31, 1300 to 1700
UTC: Jul 31, 1700z to 2100z
This in an mainly an outdoor event, but there's a "home" category.
If you decide to partook of the event, look for WQ8RP, the Michigan QRP Club Call, which will be operated by KA5S and crew from Fisk Knob, Kent County
This is the highest spot in Kent County, Michigan, and last year we had lots of fun.
Lettuce all hope for good weather, and good propagation!
|Favorite Rigs For QRP Contesting?||KX9X||on 27/7/11|
|The best rig which I've used has been a K2. However, since I haven't felt that my ham radio budge can afford one of these, I've been using a venerable but very useful Drake TR-5. It has served me will since 1984 when I won it at the Cincinnati Hamfest. My then 9 year old son pulled the ticket out of the pile! :)|