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2004 Summer VHF/UHF QSO Party
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Results
Compiled by Vince, KIRB

 
 
CALL QSO PTS NAMES WØCQC FINAL SCORE
KCØPQY 4 4 100 104
ACØS 5 3 0 15

 

SOAP BOX -
It was kind of fun.  Not like an HF contest.
 Comments:
CQC needs to limit the calling frequencies.  There were too many "channels"  to keep track of.  It would be more helpful to give a smaller range for people to seek.  Also, I would shorten it to a Sprint.  Maybe have a 2hr  event.  This would concentrate the chances of finding someone to a more manageable time frame.  Where was WØCQC?  I listened all over the band(s) and couldn't find them anywhere.  I think the WØCQC multiplier should be much, much less, like on  the order of 5pts.  It slants the field to those who "know" who/where/when  WØCQC will be!
Thanks for the event.  I'll see you at the next CQC contest.
Cheers,
Colin - ACØS
 

 

Here's how we announced the contest:

Join us on the plains, lakes, mountain tops and trails
for our first ever VHF/UHF contest!!

Send paper logs to:
CQC Contest
P.O. Box 17174
Golden, CO 80402-6019

Email contest logs to: contest@cqc.org

For sample Log, and Name sheets, send SASE and one unit First Class postage to:
Jim Pope, KGPP
CQC Contest Information
POB 31575
Aurora, CO 80041-0575
(Please do not send logs to Jim)

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