N1R is a popular 1X1 callsign, used by a variety of organizations to celebrate a variety of events. Please QSL via the appropriate event coordinator.
Amiong the different events are:
CTRI 1×1 Special Event Information
I will be using the call sign N1R during this event. ***QSL for all CTRI Special Event stations to my address as listed on this page*** You can also look up any of our members' 1x1 call signs on http://www.1x1callsigns.org/
Between May 1-15, 2012 the CTRI Contest Group will celebrate its 20th anniversary with 26 1×1 Special Event call signs. Operation will also coincide with the New England QSO Party, May 5-6. Club members will operate from Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Vermont, on various frequencies and modes. Work 10 call signs for the certificate. Send QSL card or log info plus large SASE and $2 to defray the cost of certificate. Submissions for the certificate must be postmarked not later than June 1, 2012. More information on qsl card or certificate can be found on QRZ. com under call sign NG1G.
The following call signs will be activated: CT – K1C, K1Q, K1R, K1T, N1M, N1Q, W1A; RI – K1B, K1D, K1G, K1J, K1K, K1L, K1O, K1U, K1W, N1H, N1R, W1M, W1R, W1W, W1Y; MA – K1N, K1V, W1B; VT – K1M. All RI counties and several from CT and MA will be activated, as will Chittendon County in Vermont.
The CTRI Contest Group was formed by members of the South Coast Wireless Society who were interested in pursuing the radiosport aspect of amateur radio. From a core group of only a few hams, CTRI now has 25 or so active members who have made a substantial name for themselves as single-operator and multi-operator entries in many contests, including #1 World, #1 North America, and #1 US. Our list of accomplishments also include several North American and US records for various contests, in QRP, Low Power, High Power, and Multi-Op categories.
Over the years our club has been very active in supporting the ham and non-ham community, to include tower and antenna work, emergency communications, volunteer support for the New England Convention, presentations to local clubs, and other commemorative special event stations.
Please take the time to get on the air and work our members, especially during the New England QSO Party (www.neqp.org). It’s a fun contest even for non-contesters, and a great opportunity to work some fairly rare states and counties on various bands.
American Red Cross Midcoast Chapter
N1TRC used N1R on May 20, 2009 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Midcoast Chapter of the American Red Cross in Topsham (Sagadahoc County) ME. All QSOs were uploaded to LoTW in June 2009. If you still need a paper QSL, send SASE to AA4AK. DX stations using the Bureau, QSL via AA4AK. We do not do eQSL.
American Cancer Society - Brunswick Relay for Life
The Merrymeeting Amateur Radio Association and QCWA Pine tree Chapter 134 used N1R on May 18-19, 2012 to celebrate the American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Brunswick (Cumberland County) ME. All QSOs were uploaded to LoTW in June 2012. If you need a paper QSL, send SASE to AA4AK. DX stations using the Bureau, QSL via AA4AK. We do not do eQSL. Please note: Paper QSLs have been send via the Bureau to all DX stations worked on May 18-19, 2012.
The Merrymeeting Amateur Radio Association and QCWA Pine tree Chapter 134 used N1R on May 17-18, 2013 to celebrate the American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Brunswick (Cumberland County) ME. All QSOs will be uploaded to LoTW. If you need a paper QSL, send SASE to AA4AK. All DX stations will be sent paper QSLs via the Bureau. DX stations sending cards to N1R (for the May 17-18, 2013 operation) via the Bureau, QSL via AA4AK. We do not do eQSL.
Note to other N1R users: Please e-mail Steve at email@example.com if you would like to add info about your N1R operations.
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