Playing radio in various contests and special events.
Wisconsin QSO Party - 2015
I am excited to be a part of the WIQP this year! More info for this contest is at http://www.warac.org/wqp/wqp.htm.
I will be giving my call sign followed a '/' and a 3-character county abbreviation to give the contesters a unique call sign per county. Examples: KC0DMF/ASH (for Ashland Coumty), KC0DMF/WSB (for Washburn Coumty), etc.
When I log the contacts I will log them as KC0DMF/m with the location being the given county.
I hope to work the following counties in northwestern Wisconsin:
I'll mostly be on 20m (~14.275) first, then 40m (~7.245). Depending on conditions, I may also go to 15m (~21.365) or 10m (~28.405). Towards the end of the day I may move to 80m (~3.875).
You can follow me on APRS (KC0DMF-9).
APRS link example: http://aprs.fi/#!call=a%2FKC0DMF-9&timerange=3600&tail=3600
Minnesota QSO Party - 2015 - Thank You!
A big THANK YOU to all those who worked me (especially multiple times) in the Minnesota QSO Party! You made this a great contest. I had a blast working with all of you and wished I could have brought you along with me to experience the fun. I'll be back next year again activating those rare counties.
And I may work the Wisconsin QSO Party on March 15th!
Highlights this year: I had a new high of 606 contacts and over doubled my last year's score! Incredible. Also enjoyed talking on the radio to other avid contesters and the scouts after the event.
When I log the contacts I will log them as KC0DMF/m with the location being the given county. Email me any questions or concerns you may have.
I noticed that my QSOs for 2014 went under Hennepin county in the QRZ logbook. I'm working on correcting that. : )
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Book Totals: 445 qso's 19 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM