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~ Updated 2017-01-29 Sunday

Started N8DEA/qrp 2013 and started Full Time /qrp 2016/01/01, unless a Rare DX is in the sites (or Need to assist as Relay on the OMISS.net )

Totals on LOTW: (Log Book of the World, which is free and you don't have to be an ARRL Member to use, but I do highly recommend being a Member, to support all the things ARRL does to keep your Bands and Frequencies, for this great Hobby... i.e. Use it or Lose it)

/qrp WAS Status :

WAS Mixed=40m+20m Completed

             Mix       PH      DIG      JT65      JT9      CW      RTTY    PSK31

160m=   35        21        34          30         24        2             0             0

80m=     AK       47        49          47         42        0             1             0

40M=      50         50         50           50          AK         6               0              0

30m=     46        xx         46         42         36        1             0             0 

20M=     50        39         50         47         48        0             0             1                

17m=     38        23         30         28         17        0             0             0       

15m=     32        12         26         24         11        0             3             0

12m=     5           0            5           5          0         0             1             0

10m=     34         9            9           9          3         0             0             0

 6m=      3           0            3           3          0         0             0             0

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Triple Play = 110 +40 Needed --> Worked AZ, DE, MA, MN, ND, NH, NJ, OH, OK and        VA 

(Worked HI in CW but they said Logger won't Log Call with /qrp ???)

5 Band WAS = 215           ...with Only AK Left on 80m

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15m =29 => Need 18 ==> AK, CT, IN, IA, ME, MD, MA, MI, NE, NJ, ND, OK,

                                              PA, RI, VT, VA, WV and WI

10m = 34 => Need 16 ==> AK, DE, IL, IN, IA, ME, MN, MT, NY, ND, PA, RI, SD, WV, WI and WY

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* Need 1 more for 80m Mix = AK and 3 for  Phone = AK, ID + NV

** Completed 40m Phone, Need JT9 = AK

***  30m Mix and DIG = Need 4 ==>  MI, NV, VT + WV

**** 5 Band WAS is getting closer, but Slow... Need 15m and 10m to be Wide-Open = 196

**** Looks like I better get busy and Focus on CW

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DXCC=65 New to Goal of DXCC in Year and Half, 

CW=5, PH=34, DIGITAL=51

160m=2

80m = 9

40m=28

30m=13

20m=42

17m=25

15m=26

12m=5

10m=20

6m=1

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CHA=171, WPX-492

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SOTA update, been busy Chasing, but not Much activating and attained the Shack Sloth Status 2015-06-17 and obtained Double Shack Sloth 2017/01/29 @19:23z K0FPX/P Ben in Colorado on Mt. Herman with exactly 2000 points

Current Stats: 306 Unique Summits and 169 Unique Stations/Activators contacted...

Started Activating Summits in Ohio, in 2014 July, with SOTA (Summits On The Air) HF and VHF/UHF QRP (and sometimes more, when Conditions aren't at their Best) Operation from Backpack Portable, while Hiking in the Woods... 

Our (Dakota & I) First Official Contact, was 2014-07-18 Thursday

1st W8O/NE-007 Summit County HP @1170 ft ALT

http://www.sotawatch.org/summits.php?summit=W8O/NE-007

In 4 Days we completed 11 Summits, with Rain on Fri & Sat, we started slow, but Stayed Persistant...  With the Prevailailant conditions of Rain & Poor Band Conditions (Barely making Contacts on 20M), Operating at Night was the most Efficient, with being able to finish a Summit in 5 -10 minutes on 40M and 80M... Using an ICOM 706 MKII an MFJ Tuner and Motorcycle Battery (Heavy, but enough Power for the Weekend operation) into an EFHW Wire and EARCHI.org EFHW Balun 9:1 ...

In Time, the Goal is to Get this conglomeration of HAM Electronics, to a Pack Weight of Less than 25 LBS, including Batteries, so Our Research and Reading up on what works (and what doesn't) is to be discovered...

 

With the Assistance of SOTA Member KD5KC Mike in TX, and his referral to WA3WSJ Ed in PA... Ed has Published a book on /PM=Pedestrian Mobile and I will post more as we (Dakota & I, LOL), Learn more about this fascinating Hobby of HAM Radio, that inspires me to Learn More and Meet Great People around the World, Near and Far...

73 & 88

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Currently Learning CW/MORSE CODE... I can send at about 10-15+ WPM, but not fast enough on Receive/Listen!!!

Using Windows Program, JUST LEARN MORSE CODE, to be more Profient as Recommended by OMISS Member, W7JET, Brian from Arizona!!!).

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Above is a Picture of my Buddy, Dakota... at 7.5 yrs (Now 11 ys Old),,,, Everyone thinks he is still a Puppy !!!

Such well mannered... He gets compliments everywhere we Travel... So Proud of him and look forward to meeting everyone out here!

More to come as we Discover and Share the Active Hiking, Camping and Roaming the Woods here in Cleveland, Ohio and everywhere we Venture and Travel, as that is one of the Main reasons of getting involved in Amateur radio...

With HAM Radio, we can communicate with anyone AROUND the World, Literally...

 

In Amateur Radio (More Professional than anything else out there) it is Called Phone/SSB for Voice Communication and by Contacting all 50 States in the Great USA the Award below is Called WAS (Worked All States) for 40M, one of the eleven Total Bands allocated to a HAM Operator. We are allowed to Transmit with anywhere from 5w to 100W, up to 1500W Maximum... I prefer using the Least Power Required, which the Ultimate Goal is a a Conversation with 5W or less Power!!! This called QRP wich stands for Low Power, taken from the Beginning of days of Amateur Radio of CW...

If I operate a Contest, that is How I usually Operate (/qrp)!!!)

Finally got the Last state of WV !!!

On the Way to DXCC Working the World with a Couple Wires and Some Electronics

Gear, in Digital Mode, not Analog as WB6ACU Joe Walsh says on His New Song "Analog Man" !!!

 
 
 
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Someday I will figure out how to Update the Above Banner, as it is not Reflecting what has been attained through ARRL LOTW, our Status as of 2014-08-20 is DXCC = 117 Mixed/96 PH/81 DIG

WOW! They call this a Hobby!!! I am really enjoying all the great people that have a common interest in Helping Others!

Wish I knew about this +40 years ago... I was involved with CB Radio (about 1978 at age of 13), but was never introduced to the Amazing world of Amateur Radio...

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eQSL SSB EndorsementAttained in 1 year of being on the HF Bands!!!

 

eQSL eWAS Mixed Modes... Attained in 1 year of being on the HF Bands!!!

 

Please Feel Free to give us a call on the OMISS Net,Website is www.omiss.org and see what you might be missing, Great People with Common Interests and Goals...

You DO NOT Have to be a Member, to Participate !!! >

Looking to do a Cleveland Rock Hall of Fame Theme QSL Card!!! I Enjoy Live Music and getting to know people from all over the World, that come to visit and/or Perform here at the Rock-N-Roll Capital of the World.

Shouldn't this QUALIFY Cleveland, Ohio as a REAL CAPITAL, also!!!

Utilizing eQSL, eLECTRONIC QSL and especially LOTW, Log Book of the World  Allowing a QSO Conversation being confirmed as Soon as both Parties have uploaded their Electronic Logs to a Central and common database...

THESE SERVICES  are FREE and all it takes is Sending an Email and you will be set a Postcard with your password to Confirm Your Address. where you will have a Password to confirm you Received it, and then CREATE YOUR OWN PASSWORD to Login... If you have any questions all it takes is a Free 1-800 Phone Call to HELP you get started and any time after you are using the Great Tool to save a Lot of Money on Postage and QSL cards, while you are Working the World to get your DXCC, or Locally to acquire 
WAS and CQ WPX
, (if that is one of your Goals).

God Bless and I'll be looking forward to speaking in the Radio Wave Zone, OM, Old Man or YL, Young Lady!

Previously FINISHED 2012 November Sweepstakes Contest with 100 QRP 5w (the contact to France, did not Qualify!)

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I really enjoy serving our Communities, so I have been active in our

localARRL ARES District 10 Cuyahoga CountyAmatuer Radio Emergency Services

Looking Forward to Activating some Lighthouses, around the World!!! (I don't know where this one is, but when I see it LIVE, I'll let you Know!)

 

 
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United States Counties Award#3709
Granted: 2016-08-01 13:22:02   (N8DEA)

Endorsements:
  • 250 Counties Digital
  • 100 Counties Digital
  • 250 Counties Digital
  • 250 Counties Phone
  • 100 Counties Phone
  • 100 Counties Mixed
  • 1000 Counties Mixed
  • 250 Counties Mixed
  • 500 Counties Mixed
DX World Award#3439
Granted: 2016-03-16 02:55:02   (N8DEA)

Endorsements:
  • 10 Meters Mixed
  • 15 Meters Mixed
  • 20 Meters Mixed
United States Award#206
Granted: 2015-01-22 20:12:15   (N8DEA)

Endorsements:
  • 5 Band Mixed
  • 15 Meters Mixed
    17 Meters Mixed
    20 Meters Mixed
    30 Meters Mixed
    40 Meters Mixed
    80 Meters Mixed
  • 20 Meters Digital
  • Mixed Digital
World Continents Award#593
Granted: 2015-01-16 17:29:41   (N8DEA)

Endorsements:
  • 5 Band Digital
  • 10 Meters Digital
    12 Meters Digital
    15 Meters Digital
    17 Meters Digital
    20 Meters Digital
  • 5 Band Mixed
  • 10 Meters Mixed
    12 Meters Mixed
    15 Meters Mixed
    160 Meters Mixed
    17 Meters Mixed
    20 Meters Mixed
    30 Meters Mixed
    40 Meters Mixed
  • 10 Meters Phone
  • 15 Meters Phone
  • 20 Meters Phone
Grid Squared Award#563
Granted: 2015-01-16 17:13:02   (N8DEA)

Endorsements:
  • 5 Band Digital
  • 10 Meters Digital
    15 Meters Digital
    17 Meters Digital
    20 Meters Digital
    30 Meters Digital
    40 Meters Digital
    80 Meters Digital
  • 5 Band Mixed
  • 10 Meters Mixed
    12 Meters Mixed
    15 Meters Mixed
    160 Meters Mixed
    17 Meters Mixed
    20 Meters Mixed
    30 Meters Mixed
    40 Meters Mixed
    80 Meters Mixed
  • 20 Meters Phone
  • 40 Meters Phone
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