Re: 13 Colonies
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k2a was on 14.337 SSB, but just took a supper break.
From: "k9wis@... " <070@...>
Sent: Monday, July 3, 2017 4:18 PM
Subject: Re:  13 Colonies
im still looking for k2a and k2h..
---- "'F.R. Ashley' gdadx2@... " <070@...> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Anyone needing NC (K2J) for the 13 Colonies Event, any band, shoot me an
> email for sked. Bands lousy right now, almost no activity except for 20
> meter PSK. Of course happy to work you any other mode also.
> 73 Buddy WB4M
> On 7/3/2017 9:50 AM, 'ljl2002@...' joe_molon@...  wrote:
> > Jon,
> > Turn it in for sure.
> > I have actually won the QRP division in two separate QSO Parties with
> > only 1 contact each.
> > You just don't know how far you can move up the food chain when condx
> > are less than optimal.
> > GL 73
> > Joe
> > KA1PPV #1482
> > On Monday, July 3, 2017 9:30 AM, "Jonathan Wilson
> > eaglescout.jonathan@... " <070@...> wrote:
> > No worries, we have a week to upload the logs after all.
> > I seem to have been doing the math wrong in my head, thinking I only
> > worked 6 hours.... My best score is based starting at 2200.
> > Again, many thanks!
> > Jonathan KC1BOS
> > On 7/2/2017 9:59 PM, w3hf@...  wrote:
> >> Sorry, we had company for dinner so I didn't get a chance to look
> >> until now.
> >> The issue is that you operated for more than six hours--you started
> >> at 2000z and ended at 0411z. That's over eight hours. You need to
> >> pick the best six-contiguous hours. You can either do the analysis
> >> yourself, or let the checker decide for you. Just upload multiple
> >> times selecting different start times: 2000z, 2200z, and 2300z.
> >> (Since you had no QSOs during the 2100z hour, that wouldn't be a good
> >> starting time.) Then do one final upload with the version that scores
> >> the best.
> >> My guess (without doing the math) is that 2200z will be best. You
> >> only have one QSO during the 0400z hour, so that's not likely to be
> >> worth more than the QSOs you will lose for skipping the 2200z hour.
> >> And you only had five QSOs in the 2000z hour--starting at 2000z means
> >> you lose the 11 QSOs during the 0300z hour. The "catch" might be the
> >> multipliers, as I didn't look at that.
> >> Steve
> >> W3HF