[Mich VHF UHF Society] Fwd: most needed VHF grids in MI?

Joel WU8Y wu8y at arrl.net
Sat Sep 13 19:37:13 CDT 2014


I'm not sure about EN67 being so rare - it's a DXpedition target, with
such a small land area. Yes, its population is tiny, but I think that
might mean it's in more logs due to more DXpeditions going there. The
Michigan part of EN46 might be more rare.

Yes, EN82 is at the bottom of the list, I'm sure. :-)

73 de Joel WU8Y

On Sat, Sep 13, 2014 at 4:58 PM, James French <w8iss1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I forget that we have a new address for the society.
>
> Here's a copy of the message I just sent to the old address.
>
> James W8ISS
> =====
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: James French <w8iss1 at gmail.com>
> Date: Sat, Sep 13, 2014 at 5:55 PM
> Subject: most needed VHF grids in MI?
> To: mvhfs at k8tb.org
>
>
> Wondering if anyone has made a list of all the grids in
> Michigan by band and rarity that are wanted for awards and
> contests?
>
> From what little research that I have done, EN86 and EN67
> are the most sought after for 6m. How do all the other grids
> rate for 6m?
>
> What about all the other bands? What are the most sought
> after for confirmation?
>
> I am going to assume that EN82 is to be placed at the bottom
> of the list :)
>
> James W8ISS
>
>
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