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Thanks for participating in the 2014 KQSO

 

*********************** CURRENT 2014 KANSAS QSO PARTY INFORMATION ***********************

It's finally here ..the Kansas QSO Party on August 23-24! Once again, we'll celebrate with 1x1 callsign fun. Besides 20 plaques, thirteen mobiles, and 105 counties, we have 40+ 1x1 calls spelling KANSAS, SUNFLOWER (the state flower) and QSOPARTY using the last letter of the call. 1x1 ops with calls ending in Q, P, T, or Y (QSOPARTY) might be on part-time only, so don't give up!

You can earn your choice of a certificate with up to two antique radio stamps including the 1964 Amateur Radio stamp, the 1965 ITU stamp, the 1940 Samuel F.B. Morse stamp, two 1973 Progress in Electronics stamps, and the Voice of America stamp (new for 2014). Also new is a drawing for the chance to win our solid maple laser-engraved made-in-Kansas plaque, the same one category winners take home. To enter the drawing, just turn in a log. The more 1x1 calls you work, the more chances you have to win. Working BONUS station KS0KS also counts as a wild card in the spelling challenge. Hope you can join the fun!

Here's the direct link to the 1x1 Checklist. The text version is available from the KSQP web site.

Our schedule and other information follows.  More information is available at the KSQP web site including pictures of the certificates and stamps. You can also see the stamps at the bottom of this page.

Mixed prairie vista at Coronado Heights

View Northwest from Coranado Heights, KS

**************************************** K0P SCHEDULE ********************************************

SaturdayAugust 23, 2014: Fletch (KD0TFR), Paige and Ike will operate phone and digital on 40M, 20M and 15M

Sunday, August 24, 2014: Fletch(KD0TFR) Paige and Ike will operate phone and digital on 80M, 20M and 15M

 

The KSQP Rules allow spotting, so thanks in advance for putting us (and all the other Kansas stations) up on the spotting nets. If you need QSL confirmation, follow the instructions below.

QSL direct only (SASE please) to the above address. More info available by going to my home QRZ page: KD0TFR.

 

 

 

2014 KSQP Antique Radio Stamps

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