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aka: "RADIO ANSONIA"

Running on SSB/CW/RTTY

Yaesu FT-2000

 

Yaesu VL-1000 solid state linear amplifer

"A pushbutton kilowatt station"

 

Next event I will be operating:

 

 

W1CTN/40

QSO Party Start: Monday Sept 17 0000Z 
QSO Party End: Friday Sept 22 , 2359Z

Operators are standing by for your calls !

When contact is established with a /40 station,

please give the station your NAME AND STATE

for his or her log...

 

Please note:

The YCCC operators encourage all stations to work as many YCCC stations as possible to keep activity levels high, but you only need to work ONE Yankee Clipper Contest Club station to qualify for an E-Certificate designed by K1NSS ( Dashtoons  http://www.dashtoons.com ) specifically for this event.

Here are 3 simple ways to get our E-Certificate

1. Email a Cabrillo log

2. Email a simple dupe sheet

3. Email a log sheet with the following info :

Date and time of our QSO

Band

Mode - SSB, RTTY or CW

My exchange to you: "Dave CT 03"

 

Send your EMAIL to:

 

YCCC40PARTY@yccc.org

 

Please no QSL cards...just EMAIL (Did I mention email enough?),

 

No later than 2359Z Friday Sept 29th to receive an E-certificate suitable for framing or to use as a fresh birdcage liner :)

 

 

Event information:

To help celebrate the 40 th birthday of the Yankee Clipper Contest Club on the air. Since we are a contest club, the event will consist of a 48-hour contest event, and a week-long QSO Party.

Exchange:

YCCC Members: Name + QTH + last 2 digits of 1st year of YCCC Membership
 

Non-YCCC: Name + QTH

 

Bands:

160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10, and 6M. Stations may be worked once per each band/mode.

Modes:

SSB, CW, RTTY, and PSK31

Power:

QRP < 5W, LP <100w, HP >100-1500w

Suggested Frequencies:

CW: 40KHz from bottom of band
Phone: 40KHz from bottom of general phone band
RTTY/Digital: Follow accepted band plans

Suggested times outside the contest period:

Try to peak activity at 40 minutes past each hour

Spotting, including self-spotting, is strongly encouraged for YCCC stations.

All stations may use whatever spotting assistance they feel is warranted for a radio contest. YCCC stations-include a comment with your spot (YCCC/40).

Single and Multi-op.

Distributed multi-ops are permissible. Multi-ops are HP only.

Points:

1 point per QSO. 4 pts per QSO with W2PV or AJ1I.

Total Score:

YCCC: (QSO Pts) x (# of States/Provinces/Countries worked)
Non-YCCC: (QSO Pts) x (# of different YCCC stations worked)
Mult figures are total numbers, not per band.

Contest Log or QSO Party/Special Event Submissions:

Cabrillo file to YCCC40@yccc.org by 2359Z Sept 29.

Awards:

E-certificates to all entrants. For the contest period, Plaques to the highest scoring non-YCCC entrant in USA/Canada and outside USA/Canada. For SOHP, MOHP, SOLP and SOQRP. E-certificates to all YCCC entrants, plaque to the highest scoring YCCC member.

QSO Party:

Same Frequencies, bands, modes

Exchange:

Name and State/Province/DX

Looking forward to a big week!

 

  How I feel the Monday morning after a contest !

  Antenna farm:

Tennadyne T10 Log Periodic @ 63' 20-6 meters

30 meters: Inverted vee @ 50'

40 meters: Dipole @ 50'

60 meters: 3/4 wavelength Inverted L @ 50'

80 meters:  Inverted vee @ 50'

160 Meters: Inverted L - 70' vertical section over 35 - 100' radials

 

For tuning low band antennas Radio Ansonia prefers:

"Collins CU-737/URC" (reversible L) antenna tuners.

This tuner was originally used in the:

AN/URC-32 SSB Transceiver
(Collins KWT-6 Type 8) shipboard transceiver

(Tuner is on the 2nd row from the top, right side)

 

                                                       

 

Front view:

Right side internal view

Left side internal view

Rear view

 

W1AEX RECEIVE LOOP http://www.w1aex.com/loop/loop.html

 

This 85' loop is a good bi-directional receive antenna for my location. Your mileage may vary.

It does what it is suppose to do.  This loop reduces the ambient noise so you can copy a marginal signal on the low bands.

I do not have the room for a beverage.

Note that I have not needed to use a preamp with this loop, even when copying non-directional beacons in the 300 kHz band.

Like "Mikey" said in a 1970's TV commercial..."try it, you might like it"

 

****NEW W1CTN QSL Policy as of JANUARY 2017***

Print a W1CTN QSL card from this page, see below or...

Use "LOTW" for a quick confirmation of our QSO. 
 

I upload my daily logs weekly.  Contest logs 1-2 days after contest.  

DX QSLs - via BURO - please NO DIRECT - it's too expensive

DOMESTIC QSLs - Send me your card and I'll send mine back

 

New Year Resolution 2017

Print your own W1CTN QSL !!!

Instructions to download my QSL card

1. Place your cursor on my QSL card

2. Right click your mouse

3. Select

(This will place my QSL card in your "Pictures Library".  You will print my QSL from this folder)

4. Double click on my QSL card image to go to your print program 

5. Select and my QSL will print on your printer.

Fill the QSL card yourself ... I trust you

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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