[Mich VHF UHF Society] Neuhf contest operation

James French w8iss1 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 8 15:35:33 CDT 2017


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Let me see what he needs and I'll go from there

James W8ISS


On Aug 8, 2017 09:04, "Bart Jahnke" <bjahnke at gmail.com> wrote:

Hey James,

I received a call from Joe WD8USA late yesterday after I left for the day.

Before I call him back, did you participate with him and can you give him
any pointers on electronic filing of his contest log within the 14 day
deadline using the web app at http://contest-log-submission.arrl.org/ ?

Below was my post to the W6YX VHF Reflector yesterday, with a sample log
for people to emulate if desired.

Let me know if this is something you can assist him with or if he needs
assistance from me in some fashion?

Thanks and 73,

Bart W9JJ


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Bart Jahnke <bjahnke at gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 10:24 AM
Subject: ARRL "222 MHz and Up Distance Contest" is in the books - how'd you
do? Send in your results...
To: VHF Reflector <vhf at w6yx.stanford.edu>


All,

The ARRL "222 MHz and Up Distance Contest" is in the books - how'd you do?
Send in your results...

The log deadline is 14 days.

Some have asked what a Cabrillo log header and QSO line might look
like for this event, so below is an example.

The event doesn't expect to find RST in your QSO lines (just like
other VHF contest logs don't show RSTs), so if you are rolling your
own just show calls and 6-digit-grid-locators in each line).

Single QSO example follows:

START-OF-LOG:
LOCATION: CT
CALLSIGN: W9JJ
CLUB: North East Weak Signal Group
CONTEST: ARRL-222
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP
CATEGORY-BAND: ALL
CATEGORY-MODE: MIXED
CATEGORY-POWER: LOW
CATEGORY-STATION: FIXED
CATEGORY-TRANSMITTER: ONE
CLAIMED-SCORE: 266
OPERATORS: W9JJ
NAME: Bart Jahnke
ADDRESS: 225 Main St
ADDRESS-CITY: Newington
ADDRESS-STATE-PROVINCE: CT
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 06111
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: USA
QSO:  222 PH 2017-08-06 1714 W9JJ  FN31un   N1SV  FN42ep
END-OF-LOG:

Some usual defaults were tossed in above like mode, power,
transmitters, etc, but just the basics are all that are really needed.

Contact me with any questions at my ARRL address:  w9jj at arrl.org

Thanks for participating!

73,

Bart Jahnke, W9JJ
Contest Branch Manager
ARRL - The national association for Amateur Radio™
225 Main St
Newington CT 06111
860-594-0232 <(860)%20594-0232>
w9jj at arrl.org



On Sat, Aug 5, 2017 at 2:42 PM, James French <w8iss1 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Location is en73eg (Fish Knob park - Kent county)
>
> Operating as wd8usa on 222, 432, and 1296.
>
> Also have 920mhz FM and 10GHz available.
>
> James W8ISS
>
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