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2I0WMN   Contact Moderator
thanks for the contest , really enjoyed , 73,s from NI
4I1LCP   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
Attached is the N1MM database file
6E2TAM   Contact Moderator
I have operated this special event call sign from Isleta Island, located in
7K1JFM   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
7K4AEA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
7L3PFH   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
7N2UQC   Contact Moderator
I could enjoy the good contest.
Tnx for a fine contest again.
IC-7600, Dipole-Ant.
8J3ICOM   Contact Moderator
Operating from the station with the special call sign is always much fun.
9A2TX   Contact Moderator
I used abt 80w, balcony antenna, whip and atu, had thuderstorm. TNX to all for patience.
9A5MPV/P   Contact Moderator
73 de 9a5mpv Vlado
9M2SDX   Contact Moderator
Vertical,Dipole ,Yagi antenna.FT991,with battery
9M4COO   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
(no comments)
9W2VCK   Contact Moderator
IARU 2019 Contest
A61EK   Contact Moderator
A61ZX   Contact Moderator
AA1K   Contact Moderator
Had fun operating along I-85 and I-95 in NC, VA and MD while returning from doing some antenna work
in GA. Just 5 watts and a 5-foot base-loaded whip. N3TTT did the driving.
AA3RQ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the unexpected openings on 10m and 15m on Saturday.
AA5AH   Contact Moderator
I had a hard time uploading my Cabrillo file.  I tried to put it in the example section from the
manual file http://b4h.net/cabforms/iaruhf_cab3.php step 2.   I used notepad++ to align all of the
fields with the example log line.  I kept getting errors and could not find the issue.  I finally
added to the end of the example file after about the 5th or 6th time and it worked.  Next time I am
going to use N3FJP software much easier.  Since I worked Phone SSB all of my contacts should be 59
instead of 599 everything else should be correct.
AA8TA   Contact Moderator
Nice activity; even picked up a few stations on 10 meters.
AB5XZ   Contact Moderator
Noise level early in the contest was terrible.  20m and 40m went noise-quiet in late evening, and my
rate went thru the roof.  More than doubled my previous best score in this contest (in 2016).
AC4G   Contact Moderator
Good to her 10m open to Europe for one of the first contests I
have entered in a long time. Time only allow a couple hours to
operate.  I beleive this to be my first IARU contest. 73 & thanks
AE6PL   Contact Moderator
My first toe-dip into the world of CW.  Wow... I now see behind the door.  I'm definitely hooked. 
Thanks to many operators for their patience with me.  My heart was pounding along with my fistand my
nervous hand was shaking like a Vibroplex bug.
AJ4A   Contact Moderator
I didn't get to operate a great deal but was able to learn my way around my new rig and it's
features a bit. also, made a couple of 160m contacts while testing my latest coil configuration on
the inverted L. Bands seemed decent 10-160m, overall.
BG2KAJ   Contact Moderator
A small station enjoyed the best contest!
CO2CW   Contact Moderator
YAESU FT-857D 5W, MA5B and G5RV...
CT1DRB   Contact Moderator
Nice contest as always, had fun on it despite my magnetic loop antennae.
D1CTT   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
(no comments)
DB6MC   Contact Moderator
Worked only short time with G5RV and 100W FT DX 3000. I had fun.
DF0TU   Contact Moderator
K3/100 doublete 2*27m, OB11-5
DF1TG   Contact Moderator
In this log are not many QSO's, but for me it is the first time in my life that I send a log to the
contest organisation. I learnt just in the last days what is 'cabrillo'. I used now a log software
for the first time.
DF4U   Contact Moderator
First contest with the new contest call and a new antenna for the low bands. My intention initially
was, just a few hours. Suddenly I remembered my last year experiences/results and the idea to top
them. Finally 18 1/2 of 24 hours contesting and 5 1/2 hours sleeping. It was a great Weekend!
DF5RF   Contact Moderator
K3/KX3 /5watt to one dipole for 160/80, vertical for 40m, and one
tri-bander. Condx were ok, good fun during the night. tnx!
DF7BL   Contact Moderator
Good contest this year! Thank you to all for the QSOs and see
everybody next year on the bands. 73, DF7BL, Uwe
DG1RPU   Contact Moderator
DH9DX/P   Contact Moderator
IC735 - homemade multiband inv V- cu next test, 73
DJ1AA   Contact Moderator
IC-7800, ACOM2000A, Optibeam OB17-4 (10-40m) Dipols (80m-160m)
DJ3EI   Contact Moderator
Ant 2 x 6 m horizontal dipole, 11 m high,
with abt. 9 m extensions dangling down from the ends,
pleased to learn it works even for 80 m from inner city QTH.
Station Blue Cool Radio 5W CW QRP TRX, ZM-4 tuner,
keyer venerable ETM 8C memory key still going strong.
Software (Linux only): CW decoding aid fldigi,
bleeding edge cqrlog version, homegrown Ruby script, Emacs.
DJ3GE   Contact Moderator
The station ZA1EM sent CQ-Zone 15 insteadt of the correct ITU-Zone 28.
DJ3HW   Contact Moderator
Lot of fun, although condx were poor.
DJ3XA   Contact Moderator
KX3+KXPA, 100 Watt, Dipol
DK0AE   Contact Moderator
OP Time only 1h16min. I had fun to activate the clubstation shortly.
DK0AN   Contact Moderator
DK1AUP   Contact Moderator
TRX: Elad FDM DUO, Ant: Dipol
DK1VD   Contact Moderator
Using my FT817 and a longwire
DK5ZX   Contact Moderator
A nice contest again!
I thank for all ufb QSOs!
Hpe cuagn sn!
Vy 73 es gl de
DK5ZX / Dieter ("Ter")
DK6VCO   Contact Moderator
just to share a few points
DK7OG   Contact Moderator
Poor propagation for 5W QRP and a stealth dipole in the attic
DK8NI   Contact Moderator
IC 746,  Dipoles 40/80/160 m,  3-ele-3-bd-beam 20/15/10 m
DK9BM   Contact Moderator
Big Fun its a verry Nice Contest..... I'm looking forward to next year
DL0JR   Contact Moderator
DL0MCM   Contact Moderator
TRX: FT-950 100W
Antennas:160m-20m: L-Ant 27m up
15m/10m: gp
DL1AQU   Contact Moderator
TX: Agronaout 2  from TENTEC  5Watt
Ant: Doppel-Zepp 2x 27m , Delta-Loop 15/20m, 3El-Yagi for 10m
DL1ARJ   Contact Moderator
Rig: K3
Ant: Kt34x, Dipole
DL1JPF   Contact Moderator
DL1MHJ   Contact Moderator
Mni tnx for nice QSOs. This time I could only partially participate
at the contest.
Vy 73 Torsten, DL1MHJ
DL1VDL   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
the qso with 4o3a on 15M, 13072019, 1345 UT 2xCW was blocked by the log programme.
DL20IKT   Contact Moderator
much fun with a lot of HQ stn but low propagation for DX.
10m open for EU
DL2BUM   Contact Moderator
TRX: TS-2000;
PWR: 100 W;
ANT: FB-53, FD4, GP;
DL2GPK   Contact Moderator
My firt Contestlog
DL3HQN   Contact Moderator
DL4JWU   Contact Moderator
Worked from my garden house ca 15km south of Chemnitz.
Weather was rainy and some thunderstorm 20 deg Celsius
Had much fun and hope to take part again next year.
Rig: IC7000,inverted V dipole, vertical and wire quad loop
DL4XU   Contact Moderator
Kenwood TS-890 100 W
Ant.: MP1 on balcony abt. 30 mtrs over ground
DL4ZA   Contact Moderator
Yaesu FTdx3000 SteppIR  Loop 40 Meter - Loop 139 Meter Umfang
DL5CL   Contact Moderator
IC7300, Ant: W3EDP @15m
DL6GCE   Contact Moderator
Thanks to all!
DL6OAA   Contact Moderator
E-MAIL: DL6OAA@darc.de
DL7CX   Contact Moderator
parttime operation
DL7VFM   Contact Moderator
great fun ! TNX
DL8UKW   Contact Moderator
not easy with low power and simple dipole, but good propagation
see you next time
DM3WK   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
Thank you for the great contest :-). I'll hope to take part in 2020, too
DO7CX   Contact Moderator
first steps with new call. 73 de Nele do7cx
DU7FCC   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
My contest location at our beachhouse
DV1KWM   Contact Moderator
All contacts are on LSB Phone
DX3H   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
Our best effort by far in the IARU Contest! 73 de DX3H
E74SL   Contact Moderator
E77O   Contact Moderator
HI all contesters. I think activity is great. I have troubles with my old TR4W log.During loging QSO
with HQ es AC stations  he accept only zone nr. and nothing more.
  I hope my QSOs  and points are OK for HQ/AC stns. 73 to all de E77O- Bob
EA1AV   Contact Moderator
EA3GYE   Contact Moderator
QRP 20 M.
EA3HWC   Contact Moderator
EA3IFV   Contact Moderator
Uploaded again the log with some minor corrections on the entities names.
EA4YC   Contact Moderator
EA5/EA4BAS   Contact Moderator
Kenwood TS2000
EA5/RN3AM   Contact Moderator
EA5YJ   Contact Moderator
It is always a pleasure make some qsos in this contest with my log wire antenna. See you next one.
EA6/DK5ON   Contact Moderator
Bad conditions .. but all have the same :-) ..
EA7IZ   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
Nice test, congratulation to arrl, see un the next test!!! The Radio is live
EA8AQV   Contact Moderator
Yaesu FT-857D Dipole Window
EA8DIG   Contact Moderator
EB3JT   Contact Moderator
EC5AN   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
good competition... 

All contest in remote to the HAMBUY STATION.

ED2A   Contact Moderator
Just marginal participation due to familiar duties. Short openings on 21 and 28 MHz bands, better on
low ones.
73 Mikel EA2CW (ED2A)
EF4HQ   Contact Moderator
EI0HQ   Contact Moderator
That was a fun event. Thanks Doug for hosting and for the fine steak BBQ :-)
Lots of fun on the low bands and great to see so many guys on 160m in July
EI6KB   Contact Moderator
First contest entered...
Station operated on simple wire antennas. 
A Half sized G5RV at 45 fet, sloping down to the ends, oreientated roughly NE/SW  and a EFLW on 80
and 160! 
Transmitter was a Kenwood TS-940S.
Thanks for all the fun.
EI7T   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
This time I used a lighter SO2R setup with 3 elements triband at 10m without rotator for RUN high
bands + a vertical with automatic tuner at the base for SEARCH. For low band I used a dual band
160/80m inverted L and the same vertical as high bands but with an Inverted L configuration for 80 &
40m during the night. Nice contest but less propagation to NA and less HQ activity. IARU should
motivate the national members to be more active. Also, I experience more and more a lot of
high-power station suffering from deaf syndrome.
ES1ACS   Contact Moderator
EU1AI   Contact Moderator
Tks for IARU Contest
EU4U   Contact Moderator
EU8F   Contact Moderator
FT-817 5w+Ant Delta 80m
EW1FM   Contact Moderator
TNX & 73!
EW7BA   Contact Moderator
Antena SAY3-9 and Delta Loop
EW8C   Contact Moderator
EW8DX   Contact Moderator
EW8G   Contact Moderator
tx 5 watts
EX8MJ   Contact Moderator
FT-920, Ant. A4S+Inv.V
F1MKG   Contact Moderator
ICOM 775DSP and KT34M² or dipoles for 160/80/40
F3WT   Contact Moderator
F4FPR   Contact Moderator
Nice contest , a bit hard to catch the 20m SSB station , but fun event.
73 de Benjamin - F4FPR
F4GFT   Contact Moderator
Nice 10m opening on saturday!
F4IEX   Contact Moderator
Due to a bad configuration of my logging program (N1MM), I had to re-enter manually my full log so
that I can generate a correct Cabrillo file. So the hours are correct but typed "00" for the
seconds, hoping it will not make troubles...

Actually, when first created my log database, I entered "DX" in the scroll down menu instead of
"IARU" :-(

73 de F4IEX
F4VSE   Contact Moderator
My operation was proudly supported and sponsored by the A2RS, F8KGS
Team. F4VSE - SOAB SSB 100W
F5MUX   Contact Moderator
I had planned 3 or 4 hours and I was finally active for more than 16
hours. No antenna on 160 m but a lot of fun during pile up with the
Elecraft KX3 and SPE amplifier. Great contest, CU Lee, F5MUX.
F5YG   Contact Moderator
Many thanks for organization
G3Q   Contact Moderator
Good fun despite limited operating time.
G3RSD   Contact Moderator
pleased to make qso's on 15M
G3YMC   Contact Moderator
Just a little dabble.
G3YRZ   Contact Moderator
Poor conditions, some short skip. Challenge to my indoor folded
G5W   Contact Moderator
Log configuration problems and tiredness mean I lost
a couple of hours this year. Conditions seemed mixed - some good
propagation on 10 and 15m in Europe and even to the US. LF not quite
good as in some previous years. All good fun though.
G8VPE   Contact Moderator
GM0UKZ   Contact Moderator
Busy contest
GR2HQ   Contact Moderator
Tnx for QSOs - 73
GW7N   Contact Moderator
First time use of GW7N special contest call. Conditions poor.
HA0GK   Contact Moderator
Rig: FT450AT Power:80W
Ant: YP-3 3 element Yagi
HA2MN   Contact Moderator
It was quite a surprise to have an unexpected good
propagation. Even the behavior of 10 m was interesting
with quick and unforeseeable openings. The contest was
a real fun and made me stay on one band and finally at
the shack longer than I intended. Many thanks for QSOs
and hope to meet you next time. Rig: TS-530SP with
100 W, ant is an end-fed wire, 21 mtrs long above flat roof.
HA3DX   Contact Moderator
I had to stop for last half an hour because of thunderstorm.

for 28-21-14MHz Lazy-H antennas for 7 MHZ (NW-SE/SW-NE)+ NVIS
(N/S) Single Quads for 3,5MHz (SW-NE)/NW/SE/ Delta loops for
1.8-Mhz (NW-SE/SW-NE) / K9AY & preselector from HA5IW. SDRPLAY2.
Not much DX worked but good EU sporedic E on 10mts. Thanks for
nice contest! Best regards from Hungary! Charlie HA4XH
HA4YF   Contact Moderator
Sadly without a(n) MRASZ-team, but if necessary, I'll wait for Lena, Tom, and the others!
HA6NL   Contact Moderator
ICOM756pro 100w
3el yagi * GP-s * dipoles
HA6PJ   Contact Moderator
HA9TA   Contact Moderator
E-MAIL: szalkotibor@gmail.com
HB9ARF   Contact Moderator
Elecraft K3 and KPA500 Amplifier
Antennas - Kelemen Dipole for 3.5 and 1.8 MHz
Force 12 C-4s ( 2 elements on 14/21/28 MHz shortened Dipole on 7 MHz )
HB9CPS   Contact Moderator
This was a great contest! Condx at my location were better than during any other contest this
season. Logged good DX barefoot with a just a HamStick on the balcony. For some  reason even the
urban QRM was less than usual.
73 and see you next year.
HB9DXB/P   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
(no comments)
HB9EGA   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
contest story: http://hb9ega.blogspot.com/
HB9MXY   Contact Moderator
ICOM-7200, 100 watts; 2 element SteppIR and 40/80 m trap
dipole; both antennas 12 m over ground. Tnx to all stations
that could take me in. The conditions were once again
difficult. Hpe cu next year es 73 de HB9MXY, Rudolf
HB9TWU   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
Verry Nice hamspirit 73
HC5DBT   Contact Moderator
for me is Ecuador a new country,and I didn't know what to expect this weekend,before the contest I
see that the propogation whas every day different, 

Saturday morning the first houres off the contest 20 meter to USA and SA,butt verry low signals and
than the bands are verry poor to the end off the afternoon,but work a few HQ's on 28 mhz but no
run,15 meter whas oké but not to much,than to 20 meter,Europe whas not so strong but verry good
pile up to the Usa,for a few houres,after that a diner break and start 21.00 on 7 mhz,not an easy
band with so much Qrm,no runs and did S&P and than give CQ,in the night verry poor bands again,and
02.00 I go to bed and whas this morning 05.00 again on the radio,switch from band to band and finish
on 20 meter on 11.59 utc with 8N8HQ ! 

the result so far are 1091 Qso's ,828,410 points,I have no idea iff this is a good score,but I did
my best in good and bad times during the contest, an experience in a new Country for me ! and that
whas fun !

73' Dervin HC5DBT / PD9DX
HF7ST   Contact Moderator
Yaesu FT 950
Power 100 W
 Transformer CHA 250 F (4-07-2019) + LW 20,5 m + Shamrock 20,5 m
HG1A   Contact Moderator
RIG: KENWOOD TS-870s and FT-857D UCX 7.81 CAT system
ANT's: 160-80-40 INV V, 40m: 2 el phase vertical array (L/4 spacing)
       10-15-20m: 2x3 el YAGI to HF DIVIDER HA5IW system
       160-80m: 3x 165m long beveridge RX ANT
Exceptional spread to the EU Exceptionally, there was no dead zone in the upper frequencies. It was
a very lively activity, an enjoyable competition. However, the distribution of SO2R to me was very
tiring. I only used the UCX log DX custer. The new phase-fed vertical, which I built specifically
for this competition, was very well tested.
Thanks for the competition for all my partners.
73! Zsolt HA1ZN
HP2DX   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
Very good experience and we work from the clubhouse of Colon Dx Group in Panama would be the first
Contest Station in Panama
I2WIJ   Contact Moderator
A pity, no time, but fun as always.
I3LTT   Contact Moderator
Unfortunately only little time for the contest, but despite the
propagation period to a minimum, on Saturday I was able to do some
interesting and fun QSOs.
Rig. YAESU FTdx3000, ant. GP for 40m and 2 el beam for 10, 15 and 20m,
power max 100W.
I4JEE   Contact Moderator
despite what is said about propagation, I noticed a considerable participation in the contest
high band openings from the start
I was disappointed by the low bands, I thought I would listen to more DX stations, but the bad
weather here in the area, with rain, lightning, forced me to close down some activities in the
many HQ stations, I would have liked to hear even more fun anyway
I4JEE - Mauro 
IC 7300 Low Power - 4 elem- 10/15/20 - HT18 HY-Gain (Tower)  for LOW Bands
I5KAP   Contact Moderator
RTX: renger 2950 + attenuator for 5W out
Antenna: Yagi 4 elements for 10m at 20m height
IK0XBX   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
(no comments)
IK2AIT/IV3   Contact Moderator
Too many engagements out of ham radio. Little time for the contest. 73
IK2AUK   Contact Moderator
TRX Kenwood TS950Sd, ANT. trap dipole 4080 and Hardipole  for10..20 mb
IK4LZH   Contact Moderator
Great participation and really funny contest.
IK7NXU   Contact Moderator
IC 7610 + SM20 +LW
IK8ARF   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
(no comments)
IN3OWY   Contact Moderator
TS-2000  95 W   ANT. LW
IQ2XZ   Contact Moderator
IR1G   Contact Moderator
Nice one! Thanks for QSOs!
IR8D   Contact Moderator
IR9Z   Contact Moderator
Total activity 18 hours. Best rates 319 qso/hour. Open high bands but few
QSOs with North America and none with Oceania.
IT9CKA   Contact Moderator
Ottima propagazione, tanta presenza contest molto bello , 100 watt
Antenna GP e IC-736
IT9OPR   Contact Moderator
I worked the contest only on 20M ,for few hours.Bad propagation specially
to Oceania and south east Asia.Many thanks to all stations that I worked.
Best 73's
IU0LRV   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
I am a new Italian Amateur Radio. I obtained the amateur radio license on December 30, 2018 and I
have already participated in several Italian or foreign Contest and I can tell you that the IARU HF
CHAMPIONSHIP 2019 Contest was the one that impressed me the most and it made me very happy. Thanks
for your great organization. 73 de IU0LRV. Alexander
IU1HFK   Contact Moderator
Check log
Control log
IU1JCZ   Contact Moderator
IU6FUB   Contact Moderator
IV3BCA   Contact Moderator
Bad propagation
Opertate with Icom 756 PRO 3
100 Watt Power Out
16 Iverter L
80 Dipole
40 2 phase vertical
20/15/10 Mosley
TNX and Good Look for activity test IARU
73 de IV3BCA Paolo - iv3bca@gmail.com
IV3DRP   Contact Moderator
FT817 5W G5RV
IW1RGP   Contact Moderator
soltanto due collegamenti, purtroppo non ho potuto partecipare, l' anno
prossimo andr meglio!!
IW2NSE   Contact Moderator
Not bad… 1 transmitter burned down, 80 meters radial went out of order… so much fun! Thanks to
all stations contacted, see you on air
IW7DMH   Contact Moderator
SunSDR2 plus 100W PA
80 - Vertical
40 - Dipole
20,15,10 - Hexbeam
IX1CKN   Contact Moderator
Had very short time, but was disappointed not taking part. A few points, a lot of fun!
IZ0VXY   Contact Moderator
IZ3KMY   Contact Moderator
JA0BJY   Contact Moderator
CNDX was so so. I joined contest a little.
JA0CLB   Contact Moderator
Very bad propagation, though I had a fun.
JA1BPA   Contact Moderator
Only part-time operation due to work commitments.
JA1CRJ   Contact Moderator
Thank you for QSO.
JA1LKY   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1UII   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1UOA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA2HYD   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA2IXS   Contact Moderator
Thanks  CQ-WPX-SSB@Contest
JA2KKA   Contact Moderator
ICOM IC7100 100W
12AVQ Triband Vertical
JA2MWV   Contact Moderator
ANT:  10&15M-14mH 4ELE    40M-14mH DIP
RIG:  IC-741S    PWR: <5w
JA3AVO   Contact Moderator
JA3GZE/1   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA3JND   Contact Moderator
Operate Place:Maizuru-City,KYOTO JAPAN
JA3VOV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA4DWG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA4ENY   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA4VNE   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA5IVG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA6ELV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA6FCL   Contact Moderator
JA7ARW   Contact Moderator
TKS nice contest, but I participated so short ttimes.
JA7BEW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA8TGD   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
FTdx5000 Ant 4elyagi
FTdx5000 Ant 4elyagi
JA9EJG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE1ILP   Contact Moderator
Used IC7300S and LW ANT.
JE3UHV   Contact Moderator
TRx IC-7410 100W, Ant Vertical
JE4CIL   Contact Moderator
Thanks for everyone.
JE6PJP   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE6TUP   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE8FYE   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF1GZZ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF1LMB   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF1NZW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF1OPO   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF1OVA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF2FIU   Contact Moderator
Thank you all stations!
JF5SIM   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
I will submit a checklog.
JG1GCO   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG1GOY   Contact Moderator
JG1OGM   Contact Moderator
I had a very good time.It was
my first time.
JG2RFJ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG3XDR   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG5JXW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG6SRL   Contact Moderator
Tnx the contest.
JH0ILL   Contact Moderator
RIG TS-480HX / ACOM 1000
JH0JDV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH0ROS/1   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH1BHW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH1FNU   Contact Moderator
Thanks for the QSO in the Contest.
JH1TJH   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH1UES   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH1VIX   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH1WOY   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH4CES   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH4FUF   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
see you next year !!
JH8CLC/1   Contact Moderator
I want to do my best on the next time!
JH8GEU   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH9CEN   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed IARU Contest !
Thank you for all .
JI1NZA   Contact Moderator
Condition of 21MHz was so bad, it's pity.
JI1RSF   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JI2IXA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JJ2YDV   Contact Moderator
JK1LUY   Contact Moderator
200W    HB9CV
JK1TCV   Contact Moderator
I used power less than 5W
JK1WSH   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JK7BEJ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JK7DWD   Contact Moderator
JM2LEI   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JM2LHB   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JM7GTK   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JN1DNV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed this contest.
JN3NYR   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JN7KRH   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JO1DGE   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JO1WIZ   Contact Moderator
IC-7300M (50 Watts)
Loaded DP
JO7FGZ   Contact Moderator
We enjoyed the contest.
JP3MFV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JQ1PCT   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR0GXA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1AQI   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1BVP   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1JRW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1LEV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1MEG/1   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1QBA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR2AAN/2   Contact Moderator
I participated at MobileCarShack from Iwakura-city Aichi-pref.
Output power is 30watts.
JR2ALA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR2AWS   Contact Moderator
JR2EKD   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest by QRP.
JR2UBS   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR3NDM   Contact Moderator
JR3RIU   Contact Moderator
Condtion was not bad.
K0BWQ   Contact Moderator
100 W and a Wire (FT-857 & Dipole in Attic)
K0JJR   Contact Moderator
Own          HQ        IARU    Same Cont,    Diff Cont,
Zone    Station    Official     Diff Zone     Diff Zone    QSOs
160m     0          1           0             5             0       6
80m      2          0           0             9             0      11
40m      6         11           2            24            12      55
20m     16         14           4            95            28     157
15m      3          5           1            60             2      71
10m      1          2           1            17             0      21
X1         X1          X1            X3            X5     321 <--Qs

28         33           8           630           210     909 <--Pts

HQ        IARU
Zones    Station    Official
160m      2          1           0
80m       5          0           0
40m      12         11           1
20m      15         14           2
15m       8          5           1
10m       4          2           1
46         33           5    84  <--Ms

SCORE   909   X   84   =   76356
K0SCO   Contact Moderator
Worked almost everyone I could hear, but didn't hear that many.
K1AUS   Contact Moderator
I only had a limited amount of time to make contacts, poor
propagation from my location plus thunderstorms on and off in the
afternoon and evening made for few contacts.
K1IMI   Contact Moderator
I was very happy with the results -- personal best for this
contest! Conditions weren't horrible and what a delight working
10 meters! Noise levels were low at this QTH which made digging
out the weak ones less of a challenge; but to be honest, MANY
European ops stuck with it when I had to dig out their calls over
several retries AND OTHERS STOOD BY! That's what I call "GOOD
MANNERS"...makes it a pleasure to participate. Many thanks to all
those good ops out there.
K1IR   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
(no comments)
K1KP   Contact Moderator
All QSOs made with the experimental high-efficiency transmitter 'Polar Explorer'. See polex-tech.com
K1SEC   Contact Moderator
Did not operate entire contest but put in the time I was able too. I was pleased that there was so
much participation which makes the contest more fun. More activity the better.  Definitely looking
forward to next years IARU contest! 
Paul, k1sec
K2ADA   Contact Moderator
Nice contest.  My first attempt.  Ic-7300, 3 ele Steppir at 55ft.
OCF dipole for 80m.
K2NV/VE3   Contact Moderator
Operated from our Sailboat near St. Catherines Ontario. Great fun!
K2SX   Contact Moderator
Sure did not expect to make over 100 QSOs on 10 meters including a few EU stations.  Nice surprise. 
Most of the bands had long openings which was also nice.  My 160 meter inverted L came down so nil
on Top Band. Lost several hours on Sat. afternoon due to heavy thunderstorms which kept coming
through this area.  That also kept the noise level high.  My apologies to those who called that I
could not hear over the thunder claps.

Near the start of the contest, W1AW/7 was sending "HQ" as his IARU name.  Tried to get him to change
to "ARRL" but he was too busy making rate to listen.  I did change "HQ" to "ARRL" in the log because
I did not know what n1mm+ would do with "HQ".  Also, at 1433, I worked KW3U who sent "03" for zone
rather than "08". At 1455, N2EI sent "05" for zone rather than "08".  Did not change either in my
log.  That will cost me two zones too.  Darn!.  My 3830 submission deleted those zones from my
claimed score  but they are still in my log.
K3CCR   Contact Moderator
K3CCR is the club station at the Collington continuing-care
retirement community at FM 18OW in MD, just east of DC. N3UM and
W3GB operated Muti-1 HP in the July 2019 IARU contest. We put in
19 hrs. BIC, all but 01-06 EDT, and got more QSO points, zone
mults, and HQ mults than ever before at K3CCR in 5 years 2014-
2017. Score was 24% above our previous best. We did well using
IARU strategy we learned in those 5 years; best band is 20m, 2nd
best 40m, emphasize mults and 5-point QSOs, and do mostly CW.
Few sunspots mean SSB rates to EU are OK for just a few hours.
And, mults are per band (not mode). Skimmer spots find mults and
5-point Qs fast, another CW advantage. We alternated ~2-3 hr.
shifts. Condx were better than expected for SFI = 67, especially
on 15m, and activity was pretty good. We spent the first 8 hrs.
on CW, on 20m. except for 1.4 hr. on 15m. around 15Z. Rate was
steady but slow, 14 to 30 Qs/hr. We tried runs, but rate fell
after 12-15 Qs. We had 179 Qs and 66 mults by 20Z. We then got
30 SSB Qs and 52 more CW Qs 2000-0009Z on 20m. We did 40m. CW
0021-0121Z and got 63 Qs and 33 mults, by far our best hour,
clicking spots. We then got 32 more Qs on 40m. N3UM took the
late shift at 0256Z and got 63 CW Qs in ~1.5 hr. on 80m. When 80
slowed, a check of 20m. showed amazing activity. From 0436Z to
0555Z QRT N3UM got 2 ZLs, 2 VKs, Kazakhstan in Zone 30, and 6
EUs in Zone 29. W3GB took the early shift 0951-1157Z and made 30
Qs on 20 CW and SSB; 27 were 5-pointers, 18 in EU zones 28 and
29, plus AF and SA.  He got 2 zone mults, JA in 45 and PR in 13.
Fun to get distant mults and lots of Q points in the last 4 hr.
K4KSR   Contact Moderator
Scoring system is crazy
K5LY   Contact Moderator
This was my first IARU-HF effort. In spite of poor propagation had a great time operating CW 160 to
10 meters. K5LY
K5XU   Contact Moderator
Glad to find some CW activity on 10 meters.
K6CSL   Contact Moderator
Very poor conditions for 100W and simple wire antennas in a mobile home park.
K6DAJ   Contact Moderator
Nothing like a contest to learn to adapt strategy on the fly based
on conditions and what does and does not work, make some DX Qs and
have some good runs (best 1-minute rate was 300.)
It doesn't hurt to do it from a great station and a gracious host.
And it makes you appreciate getting to sleep finally.
Daytime 20 meter propagation to Europe was very light for the first
half of the contest, and I never heard a European on 15 meters.
Concerned that I would miss the HQs, I spent quite a bit of time trying
to work them. In retrospect, this was a mistake and hurt my Q total,
as 40m ended up opening early to Europe and staying open, and 20m had
a great late night opening with many of these same stations booming in.
That was a thrilling few hours with both bands simultaneously wide open
to both Europe and Asia.
This was my first full time IARU effort. I used two keyboards and found
SO2R techniques to be easier than with a single keyboard. Still need
more practice to get it seamless.
K6TD   Contact Moderator
remote operation - station - K6MTU
K7MSO   Contact Moderator
Thanks for coming back to me in Montana!  I understand that my callsign, K7MSO is hard to understand
in CW.  For this contest I sent at 24 wpm and that greatly decreased the resends for my callsign. 
73, Mike K7MSO
K7QA   Contact Moderator
I just got back in the country from a week long business trip with no access to my log to send in
until today.
73, Tom K7QA
K7VIT   Contact Moderator
My first contest with a new rig and getting proper settings made.
I believe this will be fun.  Thanks to all who answered my
calls. 73,  Jerry
K7XC   Contact Moderator
On Air a few hours to help the club effort. Band was mostly
noisy, and accordingly activity was way down. Flex3000, 800W
AL-80B,  Home brew Wide Spaced 3ele 20M Yagi @ 43ft. NCCC KB!
K8TS   Contact Moderator
First Time Competing--Fun Contest!
KA8ZEP   Contact Moderator
first time worked this contest. Lots of fun.
KC9UL   Contact Moderator
Was very happy to see the level of activity on 10 & 15 meters. Like the very simple exchange and the
excellent operators that participate. Will certainly look forward to next years event.
KD4CX   Contact Moderator
Fun contedst.  Bands were not very cooperative at first but got better.
KD4LEM   Contact Moderator
thank for another great contest
KD5ILA   Contact Moderator
In & out of Radio, but worked a few stations.
KD9GY   Contact Moderator
Had fun as always, but the bands were TERRIBLE!
KE0TT   Contact Moderator
K3/10 at 5 watts to two wire antennas up about 40 to 45'.   Thanks for the fun!  And C U next time. 
 73,  Dan  ke0tt
KE5LQ   Contact Moderator
KF3G   Contact Moderator
Operated from FM29jw

Thank you for the IARU HF DX Championship Contest.
KH6/W6QU   Contact Moderator
Decided to try operating from KH6 on our family vacation. Op time
and antenna very limited!!
KH6TU   Contact Moderator
Log issues I note -
NN2L gave me zone 5 although I think he is really in zone 8
K6CIM gave me zone 3 although I think he is really in zone 6
NN6T gave me zone 1 although I think he is really in zone 6
I asked each of the above for clairification and they confirmed so I logged what they sent.
W1AW/7 in the first hour on 40 CW was giving the mult name "HQ" instead of "ARRL" so I changed it in
my log.
KH6VM   Contact Moderator
Good Fun
KK1L   Contact Moderator
Got on to try out the recently installed antennas with a few 30 minute or so bursts of activity.
Thanks to those I worked and sorry if I dropped off the air before you got to work me.
KK7VL   Contact Moderator
KM4SII   Contact Moderator
16 year old operator
KM6Z   Contact Moderator
What a fool he's got in mind to send it in five days. 7 days I understand, I can send on my day off.
KO0Z   Contact Moderator
An eleven week old puppy kep;t me from putting in a bigger effort; still it was good hearing ten
open and hearing so many signals.  Later on in the evening twenty was open world wide which was
especially nice to hear.
KP4MD/P   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
I spent the twelve days at my annual KP4MD/P "Holiday Style DXpedition" on the beach in Puerto Rico
relaxing and preparing for my CW "Low Power" entry in the July 13-14 IARU HF World Championship
contest.  Here below is a photo of my portable "station in a suitcase" consisting of an Elecraft KX3
with the PX3 panadapter and KXPA100 amplifier, a Powerwerx 30 amp switching power supply, a netbook
PC for logging and a Buddistick vertical antenna on the balcony rail.  I have posted a mini video
tour of the station at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42qv0HOw8SM

I did my homework during the days leading up to the contest weekend by updating and practicing with
the N3FJP IARU contest log and planning operating times and frequencies with online propagation
tools and by checking hourly propagation patterns with WSPR and with on the air contacts. 

This was an earnest wholehearted effort to beat my previous claimed score of 90,336 which I knew
would be difficult with the dismal propagation of our current solar minimum.  I operated the full 24
hours contest period except for breaks during poor propagation in the early afternoon and a nap from
3-6 am.   

The final results were new records for me: 363 contacts, 1105 QSO Points, 106 multipliers and a new
personal high claimed score of 117,130.  The newly acquired PX3 panadapter duly impressed me during
my "hunt and pounce" operating.  The low efficiency of the nine-foot Buddistick whip antenna on 80
and 40 meters always presents a challenge, but persistence during the best propagation times yielded
37 multipliers on 40m and even 8 multipliers with my homebrew loading coil on 80m.  My most
impressive catches were ZM1A in New Zealand on 20m at 11:25 pm, VK4CT in Australia on 40m at 06:37
am, and NH2DX in Guam on 20m at 7:01 am all my local AST times. 

I found that my on the air operation and study of WSPR data prior to the contest weekend were most
helpful in planning operating times and frequencies.  The online VOACAP propagation predictions were
of little help.  Although I have observed VOACAP to accurately predict propagation trends during
periods of higher solar activity, these predictions have at times appeared overly optimistic during
our current zero sunspot number, even in the absence of geomagnetic disturbances. 

73 and thanks again for a very enjoyable IARU HF Championship contest! 
Carol, KP4MD/P
KR0CKT   Contact Moderator
This was my first HF contest and I jumped into it big time by playing on the radio for the whole 24
hours. I have a lot to learn from the other fantastic scores, but I am proud of how well I did for
my first time. This will really push me to get my Extra license as I heard many stations operating
in the areas I couldn't answer as a general. I look forward to my next contest and taking the
hundreds of things I learned this time around and putting them to the test again!
KU1CW   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
(no comments)
KU4FX   Contact Moderator
KV4ZY   Contact Moderator
Casual operating just for fun.
KV8Q   Contact Moderator
Pretty noisey condiions here.  I am always amazed by what I can
accomplish with this indoor antenna farm.  Murphy showed up the
last 30 minutes.  Nice to meet lots of CW friends once again.
Hope to see you all next year. 73 tom
Rig = TenTec Eagle @ 100 watts
Antenna = Mag Loop (40/20/15) and Isotron-80 in attic 12'
above garage floor
LA7AK   Contact Moderator
First time using my own Call, and it was a pleasure. Not the best condx but good enough for making a
lot of qso! Tks to all Nice peaople I was Lucky to qso during this contest. Hope to meet you all
LN2HQ   Contact Moderator
Support LA1KUA
LS2D   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
(no comments)
LU8EHR   Contact Moderator
Too few time to fun...
LV4V   Contact Moderator
Operador LU4VZ
LX8HQ   Contact Moderator
frist IARU  Contest for YL LX2VY
LY5G   Contact Moderator
Not easy with 5W, dipoles and tribander...
LZ1QN   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
73 de LZ1QN
M0MCV   Contact Moderator
This was not going to be a serious entry as I ran GB19KO for 6 hours
before the contest and had plans for Sunday.  But a contest is so
addictive! Pleased to have found 12 hours operating time.
M3M   Contact Moderator
MM4D   Contact Moderator
Had some fun giving points away, perhaps a more serious
entry another year!
MW0IDX   Contact Moderator
bands open late into the evening
SD logging
N0WRK   Contact Moderator
One hour operating.  Wish I had more time this year for this
N3RS   Contact Moderator
Sorry I was unable to put in a full time effort, but I enjoyed my casual participation and having a
quick QSO with so many old friends.

73 de Sig, N3RS
N4BP   Contact Moderator
2019 IARU HF Contest
N4PN   Contact Moderator
N6HCN   Contact Moderator
Entirely Homebrew Transceiver and ANT
N6HI   Contact Moderator
Ran QRP, ONE HALF WATT to a 20 Foot End Fed Wire.
Most of you copied the exchange perfectly on the first go,
with repeats rare, a testament to your stations and your skills!
My hearty congrats and THANKS to all for your patience.
Band conditions were poor ... as expected ... not a lot of DX
in my station log, and NO Europe logged this year ... but ...
the everybody works everybody format kept this interesting.
There's NO Contest like a CW Contest! Pure radio fun!
N6TV   Contact Moderator
First time operating 24 hours from home in a long while.  KPA1500s
worked better than the operator!
N7MZW   Contact Moderator
Icom IC-7300,Heil Pro Micro Headset,Vectronics HFT-1500 Manual Tuner for 75 Meters only,and a
Modified ZS6BKW up 50 feet,running N-S at 6,053 feet elevation from DN-71 in Laramie County
Wyoming.Tough sledding compared to last years event,with lots of noise on 20,and the usual QRN on 40
from thunderstorms in nearby states. I had way too many "dupe" contacts, and a ton of "driveby"
non-contester contacts who were clueless regarding their ITU Zone,and who were just looking for a
Wyoming contact,as well as the always entertaining "Please Copy" and "Roger-Roger" types (that do
nothing for our contesting Q rates).90% of my contacts were made with US stations,5% with Canada,and
a mere 1% of my total log consisted of Q's with Brazil,Hawaii,French
Guiana,Australia,Belize,Bonaire,Cayman Islands,Chile,Costa Rica,Cuba,Curacao,Dominican
Republic,Guatemala,Puerto Rico,U.S. Virgin Islands,and Venezuela. My last sleep break went way
long,after sleeping thru two different alarms,... getting old!),so I missed out on the last five
hours of this contest except for the last ten minutes.Thanks to those that provided fills during
some of the more difficult contacts.Great to hear a handful of YL Ops including NV9L,(we need many
more),and a few young new contesters as well.Another "100 Watts and a Wire" effort is in the books
from my modest,one wire station.I'm already looking forward to next year's IARU HF Championship!
November Seven Many Zebras Walking
N8BI   Contact Moderator
Good contest better than normal conditions.
N9HDE   Contact Moderator
Central Europe was really loud into NE Iowa on 40 meter CW Saturday night.
NC6K   Contact Moderator
I had intended for this to be a 24-hour effort and it
started well at 0500 local with a pot of coffee on the
desk. Other than that it was pretty much a 20 M contest
after the sun came up, no complaints. I managed a few QSOs
on 15 M, but it was mostly local stuff.

10 hours into the contest, my PC froze. After
rebooting, it would not let me log in. Long story short,
after three hours of trying to fix Windows 10, I gave up
and grabbed my laptop, then started installing all the SDR
and logging software to get back on the air. I
lost six hours operating time on Saturday afternoon,and was
unable to operate SO2R on the laptop due to the limited
processing power, but at least I finished with 18 hours BIC

This is a valuable lesson for
trying to operate a contest with an SDR - have a backup PC
ready to go or be ready to shut down early if the PC dies.
I have to confess that I never really expected this to
happen, and I could have just
plugged in my Yaesu
FTdx5000 and used the laptop for logging, but being
pig-headed, I thought I could fix the problem quickly. Just
another radio lesson.

Thanks to all
for the Qs, and especially those that were patient when
there were lags in CW being sent by my old

73 de NC6K
NF7E   Contact Moderator
Lots of activity- at the bottom of the sunspot cycle
NH7U   Contact Moderator
Between solar power noise and lack of sunspots, I'm happy for any
contacts here in the Central -Pscific.
NN2T   Contact Moderator
Thank you for the contest!
NU1AW   Contact Moderator
Operations at K1TTT in Western Massachusetts and KC1XX in New Hampshire
NU4N   Contact Moderator
Great contest. Looking forward to next year.
OA4O   Contact Moderator
OA4O - HQ Station
In this contest we continue to incorporate new members to the OA4O Contest team, it was a good
training opportunity. Unfortunately we had very bad propagation and many hours where the conditions
in all the bands was null. 
CU in next contest.
OE1VMC   Contact Moderator
ANT: Groundplane Antenna 4.15m at 6m AGL
OE2IJL   Contact Moderator
Very bad conditions here in my area.
OE3MCS/P   Contact Moderator
thanks for Contest!
RX/TX Yaesu FT-857d
OE3OSB   Contact Moderator
IC-7300, AV-640, 100W
OG55W   Contact Moderator
My idea was to give points to other stations and have 500 QSOs. The final was almost double...
OH6VDA   Contact Moderator
The amplifier only supports 80-40-20-15 (old SB-221), and only gave 180 watts on 15. Low (25 feet)
end fed dipole didn't give a lot of DX. Most of the stations heard were HQ stations, disappointingly
few "normal" stations on air. Combining contesting and family vacation gave limited operating time.
All in all, it could have been worse. My first IARU contest.
OK1MJA   Contact Moderator
IC746PRO, inv.V + vertical 23m
OK1UKV   Contact Moderator
FT950 100W, ant: LW 27m, AV-640,  UCX log
OK1WSL   Contact Moderator
PWR 100W, Ant Trap Dipole
OK2BOB   Contact Moderator
My rig IC706  70 W , ant. LW 10 mtrs on balcon at 2nd floor.
OK2BRX   Contact Moderator
TRX IC7300 ANT. 3,7-7 MHz DIPOL.  14-28MHz 3band 3 elements
OK2MBP   Contact Moderator
Rig[s] IC-756PROIII-100W,Antena[s] 3el. YAGI,Windom FD5, Dipol 2x40m
OK2SWD   Contact Moderator
OK7KW   Contact Moderator
IC 756 + 3 EL YAGI
OK7T   Contact Moderator
FT2000 100W, 3 ele.Yagi tribander, dipole Inv.V
OM2ACM   Contact Moderator
OM3BA   Contact Moderator
tcvr    ICOM 735  out 90 Watts
ant     Random wire + LC matchbox
OM3R   Contact Moderator
TRX KENWOOD TS-590 PWR 100W ANT G5RV, 15m 2el.
OM4MO   Contact Moderator
Thank You!
OM5MX   Contact Moderator
ON2AD   Contact Moderator
Nice contest
Worked with TRX IC-703 - Antennas GPM1500 and EndFed both 7 meters above the ground
es 73 de Pat ON2AD
ON3VS   Contact Moderator
always a nice contest
ON4CAS   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
Usually, the IARU HF Championship marks the start of our summer vacation. This results in checking
we got all our stuff packed in the caravan for our summer trip, leaving no time for particpation in
the contest. This time, however, our journey starts one week later so I could spend some time in the
Great to work so many old and new friends and HQ stations despite the lack of sunspots.
ON5WL   Contact Moderator
There was good activity and good propagation for Europe
in the contest. DX was difficult so I worked not much
of it.  But I enjoyed the contest and working mixed.
Till next year.
73 Leon  ON5WL
OP1A   Contact Moderator
OS5K   Contact Moderator
IARU HF Championship
OT2X   Contact Moderator
Many activity on the bands.
73 de OT2X John
OT4A   Contact Moderator
Was active for just a bit more than 12 hours, great runs , fun
working you all !
OZ3SM   Contact Moderator
Rig: Elecraft K3/P3, SSPA: 600 W
Ant: 160-30 M
Vertical Loop; 20-10 M Hexbeam
PA0AWH   Contact Moderator
PA0JLS   Contact Moderator
Enjoyed this contest very much, tnx for the Q's. It's always
difficult to fight the big guns when yuo are working low
power.73, Hans PA0JLS
PA0WKI   Contact Moderator
one of the best contest. tnx.
PA0ZAV   Contact Moderator
A pleasure to compete with qrp only 5W!
PA1B   Contact Moderator
As a low power enthusiast, I had great fun with QRP and QRPp power
I used S&P in all QSO's with 4 watt down to 8 mW (hi)
When signals are over S9+10dB, I reduce my power below 100 mW
For less than 500 mW I use the PA1B attenuator from the PA1B's QRPp page
Out of 109 QSO's, 12 QSO's were made with 80 mW or 36 mW and 1 with 8 mW
Thank you for the very nice contest
PA1EJO   Contact Moderator
Thanks for organizing this contest
PA2CHM   Contact Moderator
Gooed activity also on higher bands but on higher
bands more short skip and QSB.
used SD for post-contest logging
PA2VS   Contact Moderator
TX: ICOM 7300 + Endfed (10/20/40), thank you for contest activity.
PA4R   Contact Moderator
First Time participated. Unfortuantly didn't have much time but was fun
PA5V   Contact Moderator
Station: TS-930SAT 100wtts GP or Dipole Antennas
PA5WT   Contact Moderator
10 and 15 were in a very good shape during this contest. 
73, Kees PA5WT
PC4C   Contact Moderator
first time SO2R with Flex 6600 @100w.
PC4L   Contact Moderator
First timer.. next year goal 250 minimum
PD0PSX   Contact Moderator
ITU 27. LU8DPM = ITU 14
PD5ISW   Contact Moderator
PWR: 25 W
TNX 73
PE2K   Contact Moderator
All QSO's made with 5 watt QRP, and dipole antenna at 20M up
QSL is via bureau. 73, tu PE2K
PF5X   Contact Moderator
Bit of S&P and giving out points to the HQ stations. Nice Eskip
on 10m on Saturday.
PF6W   Contact Moderator
very hard work with only 100 watts into a multiband vertical GPA30
PG1R   Contact Moderator
Antenna horizontal wire dipole, 17m long, 5m over ground level.
TS590S barefoot, average power out 50Watts.
Stil low propagation on 15M & 10M bands.
I enjoyed the contest, thanks!
PJ4DX   Contact Moderator
Not a drop of rain on this desert island of Bonaire for months
until 1 hour into the contest when a passing thunderstorm forced
me to close down for 1.5 hours. Murphy was also present when,
in the middle of an EU run, my 13.8V PSU blew up, which meant
I could no longer use the Icom IC-7300. I lost another hour
opening up the PSU to remove a fried gecko's tail, but the
PSU was toast (as was the poor gecko), before having to rewire
the station with my 13-year old Yaesu FT-2000. In all, more
than 100 QSOs more than last year, but fewer Zones and HQ stns
overall for only a slightly higher claimed score. Was fun
though, and I hope to be back next year (with a new PSU). 73
Steve, PJ4DX.
PY2UDB   Contact Moderator
Because of time-constraints, only could participate a few hours.
Had quite some fun, hope better condx next year. 73 / PY2UDB /
PY7WM   Contact Moderator

R0AA   Contact Moderator
R0CBK   Contact Moderator
TNX 73!
R0QAF   Contact Moderator
TNX 73!
R1IO   Contact Moderator
FT-757GX, 3 el YAGI, CABLE 30M
R1QE   Contact Moderator
ICOM-718, 100Wt. Ant. Rectangular Loop,160m. All band. 10m.up
R2AP   Contact Moderator
I have observed all competition rules
as well as all regulations established for
amateur radio in my country.  My
report is correct and true to the
best of my knowledge.  I agree to be
bound by the decisions of the Awards Committee
R2DA   Contact Moderator
73! Val
R2EL   Contact Moderator
73 tnx !
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TNX 73!
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TNX 73
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e-mail: r3lc@mail.ru
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TNX 73!
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GL! 73!
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SO1R, TX FT-450D 100 w; ANT: W3DZZ, GP
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IC-756PROIII,  GP 80-10 m
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FTDX-5000MP    IV
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TS-590S - 100watts
ant - loop
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ANT: Dipole 40m, GP 20m
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TNX 73!
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TS-590S,DSP,100 watt
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P.O. BOX 70
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Turkish Coast of Aegean Sea. IC-7000, 100W, Ant: Dipole
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TNX es 73!
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In case of bad Antenna working I did not fully participate in IARU-HF 2019. So, next time I'll try
to setup wire antenna outdoor at home.
Thanks for contest. Totally 4 QSOs in LOG.
vy 73s from Moscow, RU
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TNX 73!
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Icom 756-PRO, City Windom, Sirio SY27-3
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Thanks for the nice contest!
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TNX 73
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TNX 73
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TS590. DELTA 80M. DELTA 40M. INV V 160M, SAY5-9
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Kewood TS-590S
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TNX 73
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TNX FB HF WW contest!
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Icom 760Pro,
Inverted V 40/80, Sloper 20/15m
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TNX 73!
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TNX 73
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TS-590s , Spider 5 band
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TX 5Watts, ant - Magloop indoor
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IC-718, 100W, ANT:WINDOM.
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Ant ECO 7+, LW
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TNX 73!
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TRX: FT-950 100wtts, ANT: Dipole,
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IC 746, LW
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Many thanks,  73!
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Always pleasure to operate in IARU HF. Using multiband 
vertical antenna and 200W.73s Janez S51DX
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Working with my FT-2000 and SPE EXPERT 1.3K linear amplifier,
from S54E contest location on Gorski vrh, with his antennas. It
is vertical for 160m, but without radials and Beverages, because
landowner had to cut the grass all arround. For 80m it should be
4Square, but last thunderstorms with a lot of lightning, made
some damagde to two of baloons, s I left with only vertical wire.
Delta loop was for 40m and 3el Optibeam for upper 3 bands. Not
top equipment, but much much better than mine at home! Weather
stand somehow this time, only small nearby thunderstorm on the
beginnng of contest, with a small rise of statics in W direction.
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We operated from three QTH's SK0UX, SK3W and SM6MCW.
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1st time for this contest. Fun to work a few HQ stations. Was
only active on 40 mtr with Kenwood TS 120 + vertical loop for
this band.
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Elecraft K3 100W to KT34XA + CL-33 + Inv Vees
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trx IC730 60w, ANT  1 el Delta 42m, hand key
special call fer 15 yrs of Poland in European Union
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RIG: TS-430S <100WTTS: ANT.: LW for all bands
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My entrance was testing HF-1 portable antenna mounted on the balcony. Not having much time to spend
by the results are promising.
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.Band : 80 m, 40 m.
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IC 751A PWR 80W, Ant. Dipol's
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RIG:FT-950 PWR:5 ANT:2elDeltaLoop & KV2
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IC 7300 80W + LW
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FT dx 3000  100 W
Ant. Dipol 40M  ( 40M-15M-10M ) h=45
     Dipol 20M  h=45
73 de Kris SP6DVP (since 1969)
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Icom IC-746, 100W, ant. inverted V, GAP DX-VI
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RIG: FT-2000
PWR: 100
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RIG: IC-735
PWR: 100
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TRX: Kenwood TS140S, 80W
ANT: Dipol 2x19,5m.
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73, Piotr SP8MRD
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73, Piotr SP8MRD
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TRX  FT897  70  watts
ANT - dipol inw V
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FT2000 dipol
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ANT:dipol, delta loop, GP5
SW:fil2cbr conventer
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TRX IC-746PRO + ZZ-750
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ANT:7 band GP
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trx IC730 60w, ANT inw V, 1 el Delta 42m, hand key
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trx IC730 60w, ANT  1 el Delta 42m, hand key
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trx IC730 60w, ANT  1 el Delta 42m, hand key
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IC-735 pwr 90W outp. Ant1: W3DZZ 25m up Ant2: Vertical 40m-10m
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FT-2000, Antena GP5. FD-5.
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I made a mistake in my contest log description. I entered category Mixed but all QSO-s are made in
SSB only. 
Greeting from SQ3M Marcin Goluch
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RIG: Kenwood TS-870
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trx IC730 60w, ANT  1 el Delta 42m, hand key
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trx IC730 60w, ANT  1 el Delta 42m, hand key
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trx IC730 60w, ANT  1 el Delta 42m, hand key
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trx IC730 60w, ANT  1 el Delta 42m, hand key
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trx IC730 60w, ANT  1 el Delta 42m, hand key
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Participation on the Contest, with homemade, Magnetic Loop Antenna.
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QTH: Sailing Ship, Island Samos Marathokampo
FT-857D Ant 11.5m wire (Backstage on Tuner)
Unfortunally a big mountain direction NW
They heard me vy bad. Here ships with wires in the air,
sucks my transmitted HF-power ...
Anyway - was interesting - 73 to all
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Just for fun on my free time,nice opening on 10M do NA !!
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YEASU FT-817 & FD4-FB33
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Thank you TA7N for antenna support.
Best wishes from Ankara / TURKEY
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beautiful contest, a joyful weekend wrok
vy 73. de ta7i
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IC-7600, 7 EL 3 BAND (20,15,10) HOME MADE YAGI
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Just few Q's from my summerhouse location. Batteries, solar power, and a ladder fed dipole did the
job.  73 Seli
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Hi all,
A great pleasure with ts850s barefoot and rotary dipole,+ inv v for low band from portable qth. it
was very nice IARU, with not so bad condx. 73 all, and good luck
Eric f5sih @ TM07A
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FTDX5000MP @ 100W + IC-7600, MK2R+, 2x OM6BPF (band pass filter)
Antennas : OB11-5 (3e/20 - 3e/15 - 5e/10) @ 16m, DXBeam 2e 40m @ 19m, Inv. V
160m + Inv. V 80m @ 15m.
Only few hours to take part. Funny contest ! Hope to be able to do a full time effort the next year.
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TRCVR FT-2000; ANT. CP-6 & Delta Loop
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RIG(s): RA3AO +100W; ANTENNA(s): GP
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TNX 73!
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Icom IC-756PRO,  ant dipole
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All ok!
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My rig FT-450, 90 Watts, my antenna W3DZZ, 73!
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Tks, best 73!
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TNX 73!
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73!  TNX!
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Kenwood TS-590S.Ant.G5RV. Up 25m.
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The crowd has warmed the ionosphere and it made wonders to somewhat revive half-dead HF propagation
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73 !
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TNX 73
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73 ! Ivan
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TNX 73!
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Yaesu FT-757SX  P=10W
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RIG(s): TS-450; ANTENNA(s): GP, Inverted Vee
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SDR-1000, 20 wt, ant G3XAP
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Thans for the fb contest!
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TNX for contest !
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TNX 73!
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Big qrn in my home ! :-( . Rain !
Tnx all! 73's!
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Icom IC-756pro3, delta loop
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SDR trcvr SunSDR2-PRO, KXPA100
160,80,40 - dipole Up18m, fider 70m.
20,15,10 - Spider Up 10m, fider 30m.
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Very good contest!!!
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TNX To All For Contest
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Equipment: IC-756PRO, a home made tuner;
Antenna: a home made wire V-beam, arms 42m, up 52m, cable 75 Ohm, balun 1:9
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Icom IC-718
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TRX - MiniYES + PA 100W Out, Ant - 1-el Delta Loop 85m
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TNX! 73!
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FT-107m 100 w Delta 80m Vertical key
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RIG(s): 100W; ANTENNA(s): a sloper
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TRX: Icom 7600, ANT: Windom
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TS-570DG 100 W
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Worked on Windom FD4 and with 5 Watts. Excellent contest. Enjoyed it. de UX2FX (contest call UZ7F)
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Contest Club Ontario
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My first IARU contest, but not my last! Had my newly repaired rotator installed in the tower just
before the contest ... fb timing!j

Did some heavy SO2V ops during Saturday ... cross mode and cross band, what fun!
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Brought MTR3BLCD with trapped EFHW to fishing camp in
Saskatchewan.  I'll try to send some pics.  Rest of the camp was
fascinated by the contest.  Did way better than I expected QRP in
northern SK.  Great trip.
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I had a lot of fun operating IARU this year. Rig used FT-897D
Antennas Classic 33 @ 55 ft Loop skywire on 40.
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With an ever increasing ambient noise level, operating HF in a
suburban environment is becoming more and more depressing. Couple
poor propagation and a 20m S5 noise level in a 400Hz bandwidth
and onequestions if it's worth bothering......
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Could only spend a couple of hours on IARU.
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End fed random length long wire antenna at 25 ft at connection point. Manual tuner. Bands
10,15,20,40,80 meters
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Limited operation this year due to antenna wind damage.
Radio TS-590S
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Thanks for the contest. First time participant.
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Used "SD" by EI5DI worked very FB
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Part time effort as was running VK6NC on SSB.
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My licence was issued on 7 Nov 2016
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"Greetings from Florida and the 50th Anniversary of the NASA Apollo 11 Mission landing on The Moon."
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I incorrectly entered my grid square.  It should be DM89gd.
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This year was my first attempt at the IARU HF contest. In fact I didn't realize a contest was going
on when I happened to turn on a radio Saturday after it had already started and heard a station
calling CQ contest. So I read the rules, downloaded a log from N3FJP, and dived in with the only
radio I had set up at the moment. The weekend before I had finally returned my TenTec Argonaut 515
to the air for the first time since moving over 2 years ago so I threw out several calls on Saturday
afternoon and had three contacts and was in business. Let the fun begin! Who says you need the Icom
7300 to have fun in a contest? Band conditions on 10 were a bust for me much to my disappointment.
Much the same with 15m where I only made one contact Saturday afternoon with NU1AW, but hey, it was
a multiplier. The bulk of contacts, about 2/3rds, were made on 20m with the rest on 40m. I also
didn't make a single contact on 80m despite getting back on the air at 5am Sunday morning and it
wasn't for lack of trying. I just didn't hear any contest stations on 80m. Overall, I really liked
the 24 hour format of the contest and the different multipliers such as the HQ stations added to the
fun. The contest didn't feel frenetic and I even took time to chat briefly with a POTA station in
Kentucky. Thank you to ALL the contesters who worked my 3w signal. I only had I think 4 calls that I
remember not being able to be completed due to the bands fading during a QSO. One thing was obvious
this year. I learned that whether you have 1000W or 3W the atmosphere is either with you or against
you. If you answer a lonely station calling CQ and he can't hear you after 3 calls you might as well
move along and try again later. He might be gone or the wind might be blowing in your favor. Working
the grey line Saturday I managed to bust two pileups on the first call with 3W. Most of the time if
it was a pileup I was the doormat, so patience ruled and I waited till the operator caught up or I
just kept moving along to the next station calling cq and checked back later. I look forward to next
year! Thanks everybody and 73!
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bands were suoer poor qsb and very weak signals here
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Thank you for sponsoring the contest.
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Frankford Radio Club
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Great contest! Even the thunderstorms stayed away.
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ITU Zone 8
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Pipeline to Europe on 20 meters at around 0130-0430 UTC July 14.  Worked Spain, England, Sweden, and
Russia from California with only 4 watts CW and a 2-element wire yagi up 45 feet, and heard many
others. Best DX since 2015. Looks like the sunspot cycle ain't quite over yet?
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Thanks for the contacts.
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Wasn't able to operate but a short time on Saturday night, so
focused on working 80m only and snag a few new DX on the band,
(which I was able to!).  I always enjoy operating HF
Championships and hope to be able to put some more time in the
chair next year.
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Surprise openings on 10 and 15 made this fun!  Couldn't believe 20 was open all night long.
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My my my EU on 10 meters, how nice.
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Operated remote from Tokyo, Japan
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A great contest!!
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This is another WQ6X portable operation from W7AYT in Concord.
was too lazy to bring the EV-664 microphone into the action and

LooK for a write-up on this GiG at:http://WQ6X.Blogspot.com
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Had fun with my 100 watts and a wire! Should have spent more time in the ch
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That was pretty fun.  Apologies to the first two folks for not realizing this contest was on
(misread the time) & giving the state rather than IARU region.  That has been corrected.
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Condition was really poor.
This is the first time to submit my contest log
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FT-817ND 5W,  Dipole
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Operator's License: Extra
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Band is poor but vy enjoiyed on Contest IARU
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Even though the propagazy is not so good from YB-Land, I keep participating, I hope the success of
the activity, thank you
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Success always for the IARU HF Championship 2019 contest ... see you next year.
greetings from the  Papua Island Indonesia

YB9QP 73
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Tnx & 73!
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TS2000 100 W + R8 + Inv V
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IC-7300, 80W, sloping 41m wiew. 73 Szigy.
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FT450 D 100W
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TX/RX - KENWOOD TS-2000X  < 100 W
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YP0HQ is the contest call for A.R.R, one of the largest hamradio association in YO. YP0HQ is a new
contest experiment that wants to show the possibility to attract and offer training condition for
new and more contest operators in a team that has no access to the main team of IARU. We consider
that to do not be a IARU member is not a problem to be part of a team!   
society members. Many operators ask for a new category or to extend the number of national teams
that can transmit society exchange numbers (599 ARR) in IARU HF CONTEST. Anyway we are not
interested to be listed for score but for training to work in a young and experimental team that has
to grow up year by year! Think about! 
73! by YO9RIJ
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TS-570 + PA 400W
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"Class A" ham radio license from April 24, 2018
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band conditions not favourable but it
was a nice weekend.
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Conditions again very poor with no 10m and very little 15m. 80m
was pretty good but I missed out on 40m getting the QSY time a bit
early in the morning. I was surpised to be working into USA still at
about 0830 local time with the sun high in the sky already!
Used an ICOM 736 barefoot with 100 watts into an inverted L on 80m,
a 4el yagi at 23m agl on 20m,  3 el yagi at 23m agl on 15m and my
double moxon side by side and fed in phase on USA short path on 40m.
Thanks to all who make it possible! I hope my cancer lets me have
another go next year with maybe better sunspots!
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Bad propagation on 10m this year. Some local power line noise and high static qrn on low bands on
sunday. Impossible to hear some weak signals, sorry. But always a lot of fun to operate the IARU
Contest. Thank to Oms PY5EG for let me use his super station, also to Neto PU2TIB for the support
with antenna work and all for the nice qsos. See you next year again. 73s de Peter PY5CC
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So Very Bad Propagation One Contest with 80 QSOs im 20m ??one day not contest I work Many more
Station ???.
       73 MOR, ZX40ZT and PT7ZT