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2014 ARRL International DX Contest (Phone)

  • 03/14/2014 | N6KN

    It was terrific to work many Pacific and Asian QRP and mobile 10-m stations! Read More

  • 03/13/2014 | N0KOE

    I was first licensed in 1955 as KN6LSL.  I received N0KOE when I moved to Denver, Colorado in 1986.  When I retired from United Airlines in 1997, I moved to North Carolina.  For one reason or another, I was off the air until late last year.  My comment... Read More

  • 03/12/2014 | k5jyd

    I seldom work phone but did enjoy Saturday on voice. Worked a lot  of stations and even picked up a new country . It was fun but left me with a sore throat. k5jyd Read More

  • 03/09/2014 | KA0P

    Great conditions on 15 meters Read More

  • 03/09/2014 | KA0P

    Great conditions on 15 meters Read More

  • 03/07/2014 | Wa2ovg

     Thanks to the "radio gods" for the mostly great conditions. As often happens, family commitments did not allow too many operating hours… however, still managed to have lots of fun and enjoyed the contest. 73. 88. WA2OVG.  Read More

  • 03/05/2014 | KF9US

    I decided to operate on only 10 meters, and I had a somewhat limited time to spend on the contest, but still managed 300 QSOs with 79 mults.  I suppose that it would not have been a stretch to earn DXCC on 10 meters on this contest, alone. Conditions w... Read More

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    03/03/2014 | FM5DN

      At contest ended, the amplifier blower  failed, nonetheless I  keep on going with the transmitter power 200W. It was fun and I  made some mults this way. High solar mean noisy low band so, it was fun dealing with the static crash . Believe me or not,... Read More


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