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4G1DIF   Contact Moderator
Single Op (Mixed) (Low)
Wire Antenna
4G1TLH   Contact Moderator
4X4LF   Contact Moderator
Conditions seemed a little bit better than last year!
7K1JFM   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
7K1MAG/2   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
I have operated in JA2 area.
7K4AEA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
7L3PFH   Contact Moderator
I think Condx was bad.
7N2UQC   Contact Moderator
I could enjoy the good contest.
Tnx for a fine contest again.
IC-7600, Dipole-Ant.
8N3TOKI   Contact Moderator
8N3TOKI is commemorating Akashi municipal planetarium sixtieth anniversaty
9A4GD   Contact Moderator
it was fun but storm ant night here
9A5MPV   Contact Moderator
Nice tst, 73 Vlado 9A5MPV
A65DF   Contact Moderator
Hello, this is my first participation in a contest. And i dont know about the score calculations.
Hope my log will consider. 
Thank you all
De a65df
AB0CD   Contact Moderator
Although I had only a short time to operate, this was my first IRAU outing, and with my (very
modest) newly configured "paper chasing" and "DX chasing" station: IC7300, LDG AT-200ProII
Autotuner, Diamond SX-200 meter (yes, built-in redundancy was planned), and a refurbished Cushcraft
R3 tri-band vertical. HOA restrictions abound. Working on a 40 meter option to replace the
raingutter. The fast CW challenges my copying skills as well as enhancing operations with N1MM. I
generally operate QRP, mostly for stateside contacts, but the 100W station is designed for what the
big guns refer to as "low power." Learning the ins and outs of "niche" contesting (e.g., TB class),
SOTA, POTA, IOTA, local paper, and DX. Appreciate the "professionalism" of the IRAU amateurs in fast
CW contest mode under challenging band conditions and working low power stations. Great fun!
AE5MM   Contact Moderator
Heavy thunder stroms - reported 7,000 lightning strikes in one hour
AG7SM   Contact Moderator
This is the first contest I have submitted logs for.  I operated with an IC-7300 into a DX Commander
ABV, using a Heil Pro 7 headset and foot switch.

I had to repair the 20m element halfway through.
BH9DSS   Contact Moderator
Weinan Shaanxi
BX2AGV   Contact Moderator
License Since 2019/06/17
C4W   Contact Moderator
This was a remote operation! Some issues with the amp meant I lost the first 2 hours of operating.
Great fun!
CN8YE   Contact Moderator
good log
CT5GOJ   Contact Moderator
Europe is all on the beach!
CX1AA   Contact Moderator
DB8AH   Contact Moderator
TU for Contest, 73 awdh Heinz DB8AH
DD0VS   Contact Moderator
My best result ever, mni tnx for listeners on QRP- stay healthy !
DF5TR   Contact Moderator
Kenwood TS590  and multiband-dipole 6m up
DF8V   Contact Moderator
Have made many fun :)
DG1RPU   Contact Moderator
TRX IC-7100, Dipol
DH2WA   Contact Moderator
Tnx! Vy 73!
DJ1AA/P   Contact Moderator
This year I was been QRV from the summer holiday location in Bavaria
in south Germany. Indoor small vertical antenna and IC-7000 with
low power, bad SWR. I fight for each QSO. I think I tried to work
DA0HQ at first on 40m SSB around 1 hour calling. Sometimes the OP
called ALPHA ALPHA.., I came back with my call DJ1AA/P but he called
already CQ DA0HQ.. OK: 40m SSB QRM.. I had no QRM and DA0HQ around S9.
No QSO with DA0HQ in SSB possible. Finally I reached the 40m CW station,
in this case OK, but I hoped to get more QSOs, but no way from
the location closed to the border to austria in south Germany.
DJ2IA   Contact Moderator
100Watts-IC-7800 or 5Watts-HAMLab160-10/10 2-ele-Quad Vertical Dipole
DJ3EI   Contact Moderator
Enjoyed nice 20m opening between zones 8 and 28 abt 21-23 UTC,
rest mostly European neighborhood in the limited 5 hours
I managed to be on the air this year.
Self-build QRP rig 20/40/80m, dipole 10 m high, city noisefloor.
DJ3GE   Contact Moderator
QRP 5 Watt fron FT817 via antenna Tuner Z11 to MFB23 / FD3
DJ3XA   Contact Moderator
KX3+KXPA, 100 Watt, Dipol
DJ4MH   Contact Moderator
This year I tried once again Single OP instead of operating at HQ. 95% S&P
DJ5AN   Contact Moderator
Besides Murphys visit to my 160m antenna system it was agn a wundefull time to contest.
DJ5CT   Contact Moderator
Licence since 21.03.2018
DJ6TK   Contact Moderator
Sorry, no more time
DJ7AO   Contact Moderator
I just had a couple of hours time for the participation on Sunday morning. But it was a real fun to
operate CW only. More than 400 QSOs came into the log and  it was a pleasure to meet many CW and
contest friends. The condx were surprisingly good for contacts on 15 and 10m - got many Ws and VEs
into the log but only one JA on 15m.

Station: K3s, KPA 500, int. V dipole 2x15m, Optibeam 9-5

***CWFE*** and stay healthy everybody!
DK1DSA   Contact Moderator
One hour operating time, a few meters wire and 5 watts, doesnt need more
for a little dose of fun.
DK1X   Contact Moderator
We used the contest QTH of DK1X and had a lot of fun. It was the first time that Peter (DL4FN) and
me, Gunter (V51WH + DK2WH) did a contest together. See you next year.
DK5DQ   Contact Moderator
RIG: FT-817, no filters
matchbox CNW-419
DK7HA   Contact Moderator
IC-703, K3/10, 5 watt; spiderbeam with 40 m add-on
Thanks to the organizers for the contest and all who dug my qrp sigs
out of the noise. Limited endeavour this year without antennas for
160m and 80 m and very much qrn on 40 m. However, could not resist
to give out some points.
DK7OG   Contact Moderator
Poor propagation for 5W QRP and a stealth dipole in the attic
DL1AQU   Contact Moderator
160m only 4 qso's to match qrm from local multimedia device !
TRX Argonaut 2 with 5 Watt
Antenne DoubleZepp 2x27m and feedline and a 2El yagi
and a vertical 40m
DL1BEN   Contact Moderator

5W using my FT-817 with a way too long antenna cable and Outback 1899 antenna with two improvised
radials standing directly on the ground.

Worked from my holiday temporary QTH located only about 400m from the north sea.
DL1KJ   Contact Moderator
tnx, 73!
DL1ONI   Contact Moderator
Unfortunately some ops keep running their cq loops without
listening carefully, esp. to some weaker sigs...
DL1THB   Contact Moderator
Tnx fer nice contest. See you 2021 ...
DL2BUM   Contact Moderator
TRX : TS-2000;
PWR: 100 Wtts;
ANT: FD4, FB-53;
DL2RPN   Contact Moderator
The conditions are good but not excellent. I hope next year the conds will be better for dx.
Tnx to all and cu next year ;-)

DL3JON   Contact Moderator
Sorry ! I gave for the first four QSO`s on 14MHz  - 59914-
( SP1NY,SD6M,SM2U,SM0SRP ) . I`m so sorry.
DL3ZH   Contact Moderator
Conditions not good for DX!
DL4JWU   Contact Moderator
very nice contest this year many stations on all bands had muchwor fun
worked with 100wtts, inverted vee dipole, vertical and 1 ele quad loop
from my small  garden house with good weather
DL4XU   Contact Moderator
Kenwwod Ts-890  100 W
Antenna:MP1 on balcony in abt. 30 mtrs high.
DL4ZA   Contact Moderator
FT dx3000 SteppIR 40 Meter Loop - 80/160 Meter 138 Meter Loop
DL5BL   Contact Moderator
Leider war meine Vertivale für 10 bis 20m noch im Bauzustand also 180 cm hoch und nur 1 Radial,
Funktionierte aber leidlig ...
DL5CL   Contact Moderator
TCVR: Ten Tec Omni VII
Ant: W3EDP 
key: Vibroplex "Blue Racer"
DL5JQ   Contact Moderator
Hi all. In my opinion it´s absolutely mandatory to set up a different Class, collecting all
Stations operating SOP with 2-or-more Radios. 
There´s no doubt that we never have fun these days, compete with a rapier against axes ...
DL6OAA   Contact Moderator
E-MAIL: DL6OAA@darc.de
DL6SBD   Contact Moderator
Icom IC-730, Yaesu FL-2100B PA, Fritzel Beam FB-53 for 20m, 15m, 10m, Dipol
e for 40m, 80m.
DL8DXW   Contact Moderator
10m + 15 open for EU, some DX hrd but not wkd
fun with "HQ" stns and 5W QRP from TRX QRP14 + elecraft K1
DL8LSK   Contact Moderator
DL8UKW   Contact Moderator
TRX K2, Ant Dipole 2x10mtr up 8 mtr
DL9GMN   Contact Moderator
Hope my result is good enough to get the participation award, hi !
Had only some hours between my police services.
73, see you next year again !
DL9GWA   Contact Moderator
Rig TS570   100W    Ant. 40m LW
DL9MFY   Contact Moderator
CQ-ing on a new band in the last 19 minutes of contest
results in ufb QSO-rate and drives me to my limits.
DM6EE   Contact Moderator
First time a real participation and with my new call. It was fun, conds were good here in EU.
DO1KYB/P   Contact Moderator
Worked from JO62FP, Campsite in Brandenburg
DO1MEW   Contact Moderator
ITU 28
DO3LZ   Contact Moderator
Had to quit before end - family business. It was fun, my first iaru HF WC. Hope I made some good
points for the „big stations. 73 and good luck to all!
DO7EP   Contact Moderator
Longwire with Tuner,100w
DQ5M   Contact Moderator
RIG: Yaesu FTDX-1200 (100W), LZ9-7 Yagi @20m (40/20/15/10m), Inverted
V @18m (80m), Inverted L @10m (160m) Many thanks to my host Markus
(DG8MG) for letting me use his fast growing station in the bavarian
countryside once again.  Thanks for all the QSOs and see you in the
next one!  73 de Philipp, DK6SP @DQ5M
DU1/N6HPX   Contact Moderator
DU3TW   Contact Moderator
Very nice to see some propagation on 20m. Pacific was very busy with traffic.
DV9IHK   Contact Moderator
Thank you for the opportunity to join in this IARU HF Contest 2020 despite the pandemic we are
facing. As HAM we can forget about the ill effects of this pandemic physically and psychologically.
I hope we can overcome this Covid 19 pandemic and go back to our normal life. I enjoyed a lot.This
gave me a break indeed from my clinic and hospital work as a physician frontliner in the clinic and
hospital. Thank you and God bless us. all. Kudos! 73
E73KM   Contact Moderator
E-MAIL: e73km@mail.com
EA1AUR   Contact Moderator
Mi primera vez en este concurso. Sent mucho no poder terminar por avera. Otra vez ser. 73.
EA3HWC   Contact Moderator
EA4AKP   Contact Moderator
EA5IUY   Contact Moderator
licence issued 13 july 2018
EA6ADK   Contact Moderator
For testing only, no points
EA8/EA4BQ   Contact Moderator
EA8URL   Contact Moderator
@URL Las Palmas
EC4AA   Contact Moderator
QTH: Madrid
Locator: IN80EL
Power: 5 w
Antenna: Wire (6 m long) + Tuner (LDG Z-817)
EC4T   Contact Moderator
ED8M   Contact Moderator
EF4HQ   Contact Moderator
Thanks qsos during edition 2020 we hope hear you the next year with
better propagation. URE TEAM (EF4HQ)
ER1BF   Contact Moderator
73 from Moldova !
EU1AI   Contact Moderator
Tnx for IARU Contest
EU4U   Contact Moderator
EU8A   Contact Moderator
EU8F   Contact Moderator
73  FT-817  DELTA LOOP
EW1AFM   Contact Moderator
TNX & 73!
EW1FM   Contact Moderator
TNX & 73!
EW1TO   Contact Moderator
FT-991A 100W ANT LW(160 80 40) GP(20 15 10 )
EW8C   Contact Moderator
EW8DX   Contact Moderator
EW8R   Contact Moderator
F3WT   Contact Moderator
F4CZV   Contact Moderator
F4FBP   Contact Moderator
1 rig FT-897 (power<95W) + Daiwa CNW-419 + home-made End-Fed Long-Wire
F4FPR   Contact Moderator
This year i've worked TM0HQ all bands & modes - 12 QSO (CW+SSB) worked in 10h05m.
The hardest part was 160 & 10m bands mostly due to noise.
Propagation were good from the Mythic & Enchanted Forest of Huelgoat where fairies and goblins songs
mingled with the sounds of morse's dashes and dots.
See you next year for the next contest.
And GO GO GO TM0HQ for a 6th victory.
F4GTT   Contact Moderator
thanks to all participants nice contest with good propagation on high bands....
F5FJ   Contact Moderator
F5NBX/P   Contact Moderator
F5PHW   Contact Moderator
Just for giving points to TM0HQ and a small training. Where is ham
spirit ? FR4QT was on 40m CW and a big HQ station came on the
frequency and started to CQ. Many ask them to QSY, but they stayed on
the freq. FR4QT disgusted went QRT for the night.
F5UII   Contact Moderator
Just for little fun...
FR4QT   Contact Moderator
2020 - No sure on mixed with my friend FR/F5PLC agn a big moment on FR4QT V73's
G0EFO   Contact Moderator
Only managed about 4 1/2 hours total in the chair, but very enjoyable.
G0OFD   Contact Moderator
G0ORH   Contact Moderator
single band 10m cw
Rotator PST61D failed staurday night, stuck in North so ended my contest!
G2MN   Contact Moderator
First licenced 26/11/18
G3NKS   Contact Moderator
Saturday - family commitments.  Sunday - computer problem caused early QRT.
Conditions much better than expected.
IC-7600 100W.  G5RV on 40m, trapped vertical on 20, 15 and 10m.
G3Q   Contact Moderator
A very enjoyable contest, only spoilt by the appaling signals coming
from a number of HQ stations. One on 15M was 100kHz wide...
G3SWC   Contact Moderator
Only part time operation. Good to see all bands open!
G3VMY   Contact Moderator
My best yet.
G3VQO   Contact Moderator
just a fun entry for the last few hours
G3YRZ   Contact Moderator
Just a few contacts on a very low wire!
G4BYE   Contact Moderator
Used SD V21.32
G4NXG/M   Contact Moderator
Hopefully conditions will be better next year.
Enjoyed using SD for logging as it really works well.
G5W   Contact Moderator
Conditions seemed quite good - a busy and enjoyable contest,
handing out the AC multiplier. Note: N2VW gave zone as "NJ"
-logged as 08 and DL2OBI gave "DARC" - logged as 28.
In both cases the logging program would not accept the sent zone
G8AFN   Contact Moderator
Very enjoyable contest but my equipment limits me
D logging worked flawlessly
G8FMC   Contact Moderator
Just a dabble for a few hours on Saturday evening.  So really just a check log.  Good fun though &
reasonable conditions as far as I could determin.
G9F   Contact Moderator
G9F IARU 2020
GM0HUU   Contact Moderator
GM2T   Contact Moderator
First attempt at this and we all enjoyed it. Nice to get out and
play radio after being locked down due to COVID virus
GR2HQ   Contact Moderator
Single-op stations from their home QTHs only this year, because of the pandemic. Quite a few new
ops. this year.
Fairly good conditions overall - thanks for the QSOs - 73 from the GR2HQ team.
HA0GK   Contact Moderator
POWER 5W - 1xKT922 at 13,8V
ANT2. GPN4B by DUNAX for 40-20-15-10m
ANT1. YP3 Yagi 3 el.
HA5X   Contact Moderator
Station was disassembled due to home office during COVID, so this
was jut some playing around, no serious contesting at all.
HA6NL   Contact Moderator
ICOM756pro 100w
3 el yagi * GP-s
HA6NN   Contact Moderator
HA6PJ   Contact Moderator
Icom-746, YAGI, GP, Dipoles
HA7UI   Contact Moderator
The weather condition: overcast, rain, wind, lightging! -SRI-
HA9AX   Contact Moderator
Stormy winds and trees are not good in one place. The contest ends at 9:40 p.m.
HA9RP   Contact Moderator
E-MAIL: ha9rp2011@gmail.com
HB9ARF   Contact Moderator
Elecraft K3  100 Watts
Force 12 C-4s ( 2 elements on 14/21/28 MHz shortened Dipole on 7 MHz )
Kelemen Dipole for 3.5 and 1.8 MHz
HB9BXE   Contact Moderator
KX3 5W, Ant. 3ele SteppIr, Windom for 160m
HB9DXB/P   Contact Moderator
YAESU FT 857D - 5 Watt selected
Multiband vertical portable Antenna
Portable-Locator JN47RG - Mount "Hoher Kasten" - Elevation 1790m
HB9EGA   Contact Moderator
This year was first time I have been working from may new mobile radio shack. This is old army car
originally devoted for electronic warfare (but that was 30 years ago because the car is such old). 
I have all the necessary equipment installed (radio, power supply, pneumatic mast and the beer
fridge) so the only job was to erect some antennas in the field (Spiderbeam 40-20-15-10, GP 80-49,
dipoles 160-80). It took two days as most of the work I was doing alone. 
Contest was great as usual. Propagation not such good like last year (less DX stations done) but
still on QRP I managed to make some North/South American stations and Far East. Many thanks to all
participants especially for patience for QRP stations :))
HB9GKM   Contact Moderator
Not enough time for me for the contest.
HB9MXY   Contact Moderator
ICOM-7200 with 100 watts on 2 element SteppIR resp. 40/80
trap dipol; both antenas 12 m over ground. Hpe cu next year,
stay safe es vy 73 de Rudolf
HF5WIM   Contact Moderator
Excellent conditions especially on 15m and 10m. 
Great opening to the West Coast long path on 20m.
I am happy to work so many HQ stations including ARRL and IARU.
HF75OSP   Contact Moderator
trx IC7400 100w, ANT dipol 2x19,5
I1WKN/4   Contact Moderator
I'm QRP station in SOTA activation.  Home made vertical antenna x 20 m.
KX3 pwr 5 watts .
I2WIJ   Contact Moderator
Just few hours of fun. Bob, I2WIJ
I5KAP   Contact Moderator
Bella propagazione e la pazienza dei miei corrispondenti mi hanno
concesso questo inaspettato log.
la mia stazione:
Radio: Renger 2950+2 attenuatori per ottenere 5 W in uscita.
Antenna: 4 el. monobanda per i 10 m spazitura larga a 20m di altezza
IK0ALT   Contact Moderator
IK2AUK   Contact Moderator
TRX Kenwood TS950SD, ANT. trap dipole 4080 and Hardipole  for10..20 mb
IK4LZH   Contact Moderator
Propagation was open on all the bands, running 10m and 15m usually close, really funny.
IN3EYI   Contact Moderator
IN3HEZ   Contact Moderator
My first experience in the IARU HF World Championship, so far, and I'm
very happy! Many thanks for the patience to all HQ operators (very busy
in pile up). See you next year :-)
IN3OWY   Contact Moderator
TS-2000  95 W   ANT. LW
IN3RRX   Contact Moderator
Poor propagation due bad weather
IQ0OT   Contact Moderator
IT9CKA   Contact Moderator
Molta presenza, ottimo contest, media propagazione solo 100watt antenna
loop e TS-2000.
IT9OPR   Contact Moderator
I worked the contest only on 20m , the propagation with a lot qsb.
I say many thanks to all stations that i worked on the contest.Hoping
better next year.All the best 73's
IT9VCE   Contact Moderator
On the cluster I read many spots in 10 and 15 meters with my dipole I
could not listen to anyone. The same in 160 meters I received only the
strongest stations.
IU0DUM   Contact Moderator
IU0LRV   Contact Moderator
Beautiful Contest. It is the second year that I participate and also this
year I had a lot of fun. Excellent Propagation in 20 m, Good in 40 and 10
m. Thanks IARU. In the Next Year.
IU4JJP   Contact Moderator
RTX KENWOOD TS 590S / ANT VERTICAL 12m high 160/80/40 + ENDFED 41m long
IU4KET   Contact Moderator
Good contest.
IU4NIZ   Contact Moderator
my first contest
IU6FUB   Contact Moderator
IV3BCA   Contact Moderator
Bad Propagation
Tunderstom of Course
Operate 2,5 Hours S/P
RIG IC 7400
Antenna G5RV
73 tu ALL de IV3BCA Paolo
IV3DRP   Contact Moderator
FT 817  5W  G5RV
IV3DXW   Contact Moderator
nice contest!
IV3IPS   Contact Moderator
About 14 hours of fun only S&P operating.

73 and thanks everyone !
IW1BEF   Contact Moderator
Ho avuto poco tempo disponibile per poter partecipare, ma  sempre
interessante questo Contest.
Condizioni QRP da parte mia con dipolo e 5 watt.
IW1CHX   Contact Moderator
Wery sorry but no much time to spend in ctest, wey amusing and many intersting stations paryecipate.
Heard stastions from USA in the morning, this means the sun starting to work. My best regards to the
staff from iw1chx Nic
IZ0VXY   Contact Moderator
IZ3IBL   Contact Moderator
First attempt in the "mixed" category
Worked less hours than expected due to heavy thunderstorms in northern
Italy, radio off and antennas disconnected. Anyway, guaranteed fun
JA0BJY   Contact Moderator
High Band CNDX  fairly good .
JA0CLB   Contact Moderator
Poor propagation, though I enjoyed.
JA0JHQ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1CRJ   Contact Moderator
Thank you so much for many QSO..73!
JA1EPJ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1GHR   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1ILA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1KPF   Contact Moderator
Radio: YAESU FT-817ND
Antenna: Mobile Whip
JA1NEZ   Contact Moderator
Put your comments here.
Use multiple lines if needed.
JA1RRA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1TBA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1UII   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA1UOA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA2GTW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA2HYD   Contact Moderator
Tnx FB Contest !!
JA2JWH   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA2KKA   Contact Moderator
ICOM IC7100 100W
Inv VEE, Vertical
JA2MWV   Contact Moderator
ANT  15M-14mH 4ELE    40M-14mH DIP    80M-13mH DIP
RIG  IC-741S    PWR < 5w
JA3AVO   Contact Moderator
JA3GZE/1   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA3HBF   Contact Moderator
RIG: IC-7600 + IC-PW1(500W)
ANT: DIPOLE(80m/40m), 3ELE YAGI(20m-15m-10m)
JA3JM   Contact Moderator
RIG:IC-706 50W   ANT:Vertical
JA3LEZ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA3RAZ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA3UWB   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA3VOV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA3YVI   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA4BEV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA4DWG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA4ENY   Contact Moderator
JA4VNE   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA5CBU   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA6BCV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA6DIJ   Contact Moderator
I couldn't stretch up my telescopic tower due to thundery weather
this time, but I enjoyed the contest.
The log below includes 5 dupes.
JA6ELV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA6FCL   Contact Moderator
JA6PTH/6   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
Aso city Kumamoto Pref.
JA7BEW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JA7LLL   Contact Moderator
Fun to have QSOs, Thank you.
JA8RWU   Contact Moderator
As always nice to hear/work many HQ stations and the top-notch operators
running flawlessly.
Great job in the competition and for the championship as the representative
for their own! Good luck, guys.
Akira, JA8RWU
JA8TGD   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
FTdx5000 Ant 4elyagi
JA9EJG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE1GZB   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE1ILP   Contact Moderator
Using IC7300S ANT: 8.5m long wire.
JE3EDJ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE4IVN   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE6HID   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE6KFN   Contact Moderator
JE6PJP   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JE8UHY   Contact Moderator
RIG: ICOM IC-7300 50W
ANT: Mobile Whip
Operator's License: Japanese 2nd class
Very fun contest. I want to spend much longer period next year.
JF1GZZ/2   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF1LMB   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF1OVA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JF1TEU   Contact Moderator
Even though the propagation was not good for me,it was enjoyable.See you on next.
JF2FIU   Contact Moderator
Thank you all stations!
Hope the coronavirus will disappear soon.
JF3KCH   Contact Moderator
FTDX5000(200W) & VD(10mh)
I enjoyed the contest.
I enjoyed the contest.
JF6ZKL/6   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG0GGI   Contact Moderator
[add lines if needed]
JG1BGT   Contact Moderator
ANT: Long Wire, 2m high
Operator's License: 1kyu
I love QRP CW. http://www.uja.jp
JG1CMT   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG1GCO   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG1LFR   Contact Moderator
Thanks for patiently listening to my very weak signal.
JG1LHB   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG1OGM   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG1UKW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG2KGS   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG2RFJ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JG4QFG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH0OXS   Contact Moderator
3.1. Single Operator (use of spotting networks is NOT PERMITTED): CW only CW only
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.
JH1HIC   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH1TJH   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH1UES   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH1VIX   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH2NYZ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH3DMQ   Contact Moderator
OATH : I swer using QRP5W out.
ANT : 7MHz13.3mH DP 21/28MHz 4EL CQ 13mH
RIG : IC-7300M Power down.
JH3GMI   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH4FUF   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
see you next year !!
JH4PUS   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH4RUM   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH6IAG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH7BDS   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH7UJU   Contact Moderator
FT817ND, 5watts. DP YAGI
JH7VHZ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JH7XGN   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
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 the contest.
JH9FCP   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JI0WVQ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JI1HSV   Contact Moderator
JI1NZA   Contact Moderator
Conditions of 7MHz at night was good, I could make some QSOs. Thanks.
JI1RSF   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JI4WHS   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JI7OED/7   Contact Moderator
operated in oga city.
JJ0SFV   Contact Moderator
using mobile whip ant.
Thank you for picking up my weak signal.
JJ1DJW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JJ1ENZ   Contact Moderator
JJ1HHJ   Contact Moderator
Lig: YAESU FT-847 50W
JJ1LBJ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JJ1PFC   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JJ1QLT   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JK1LSE   Contact Moderator
I had a bad radio wave condition, but I enjoyed it enough.
JK1LUY   Contact Moderator
200W    HB9CV INV
JK1TCV   Contact Moderator
I used power less than 5W
JK3NSD   Contact Moderator
Thank you!
JK7BEJ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JK7UST   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JK8CEE   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JM7GTK   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JN1DNV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed this contest.
JN1JYD   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JN1OKV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JN4THO   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JO1EEQ   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JO1WIZ   Contact Moderator
IC-7300M (50 Watts)
Loaded DP
JP1GUW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed contest
JP3MFV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JQ1COB   Contact Moderator
Bad condetion .
JQ1UXN   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed contest phone QSO.
JQ3TAN   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1AQI   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1JRW   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1LEV   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1MEG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR1QBA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR2ALA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR2AWS   Contact Moderator
JR2KQE   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR2PMT   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR2RIA   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR2UQU   Contact Moderator
It's my first to enter log outside Japan. It's wonderful!
JR3RIU   Contact Moderator
Thank you for QSO.
IC-7600 KPA500
JR7ASO   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JR7DUT   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JS1NDM   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JS2GYN   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed the contest.
JS2PHO   Contact Moderator
K0BWQ   Contact Moderator
100W Dipole antenna in ATTIC
K0GEO   Contact Moderator
Tremendously fun summer contest!  As always
many thanks to all those amazing ops that copied
my city lot signal.  73!
K0UK   Contact Moderator
The bands were in surprisingly good shape. Worked EU and JA on 10mtrs go figure. Thanks to all the
super operators who heard the peanut whistle of a signal. God Bless PTL
K1MSH   Contact Moderator
Single Band, Single Mode, Single Op (20M CW)
Low Power (100W)
Total Contacts: 172
One Point Contacts: 80 (80 QSO Points)
Three Point Contacts: 57 (171 QSO Points)
Five Point Contacts: 35 (175 QSO Points)
Total QSO Points: 426
Multipliers: 40
Total Score: 426 x 40 = 17040
K1MTD   Contact Moderator
Here we have a hot, tropically humid summer in the USA Northeast. A
dew point of 80 degrees -- WHAT?! The best cure for that was to enjoy
my air conditioned radio room and have some fun working the IARU HF
World Championship contest. Lots of fun.
K1RQ   Contact Moderator
it was real fun to watch the online score board and have a bit of a race with S57ZT and VE9RAC. :-)
K2EKM   Contact Moderator
Operated qrp for a few hours. Condx made it a challenge.
K2HA   Contact Moderator
Enjoyable contest.  The only annoying thing was when a foreign station was asking for only one call
to be clarified, many other hams jumped in to give their call signs.  Some operators scolded  the
hams who exhibited bad behavior. 

It would be nice if proper elicit would be practiced by our U.S.A hams.  I noticed this in both the
IARU and the Field Day contests.  Maybe more education would help.
Thanks,  K2HA
K2MRK   Contact Moderator
IC7300 to a 66' en
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 Multi-1 HP in the July 2020 IARU contest. Our goal
was to beat our previous-best result, in 2019. We did that; got
53% more Q pts and 11% more mults to claim a 70% higher score.
We did again what worked before in IARU; do mostly CW, best band
is 20m, 2nd best is 40m, get lots of mults and 5-point Qs. For
the first 15 hrs. 12-03Z we alternated 2.5-hr. shifts. This let
us rest, eat, do chores, and come back fresh. We stayed on 20m.
till 22Z; 10 hrs, 93% CW. Great condx, Kp = 0 or 1. At start
N3UM ran for 22 CW Qs in 20 min; 2 were JAs! N3UM and W3GB then
clicked spots, focusing on 5-pt. Qs and mults. At 17Z we had 128
Qs and 408 Q pts, 3.1 pts/Q. In the next 2 shifts 17-22Z, 20m.
was at its best to EU; we got 193 Qs at 4.1 pts/Q. At 22Z we had
321 Qs, 1195 Q pts, and 69 mults. We got on 40m. for 2 shifts at
22Z. Band was great; FY, KH6, KL, UA9. Got 167 Qs on 40 plus 14
on 20m. At 03Z we had 502 Qs, 1858 Q pts, and 123 mults. W3GB
quit to sleep and return early. N3UM stayed and made 70 Qs on
80m and 12 on 160m. Not great, but some low-band Qs and mults
were good since our 15/10m. ant. was faulty. After a few last 40
and 20m. Qs N3UM quit at 0555Z with 630 Qs, 2276 Q pts, and 165
mults. Bandmaps showed no more mults or 5-pt. Qs left. W3GB came
back 0815-1159Z and got 53 Qs plus ZL, FK, and 3 VK zones, and 3
HQs on 40m. In the last 15 min, he got DU and SV HQs and a 4th
VK zone on 20m. to take us to our final claimed score.
K3TW   Contact Moderator
"Many thanks for another very enjoyable IARU HF Championship Contest.  It's wonderful to have QSOs
with so many long time ham radio friends.  I still remember the fun of the 1976 Bicentennial
Contest, so thanks for keeping the tradition alive."
K4EES   Contact Moderator
Had a ball.
K4NMR   Contact Moderator
ICOM-756ProIII, 100w and  a OCF Dipole up 40'
K4SBZ   Contact Moderator
My Flex-6600M is on its way for repair, so I had to bring in my IC-7300 for backup. I lost a lot of
time getting it set up. It did the job, but I would have been much more successful with the Flex.
The ity-bity panadaper on rigs with knobs is an improvement over  the past, but comes no where near
the ease of a large screen panadapter.
K4TOJ   Contact Moderator
Great contest. Really enjoyed participating!
K5XU   Contact Moderator
Always lots of fun.
K5ZD   Contact Moderator
Fun contest.  Especially with 10m open to Eu!
Got slow in the wee hours so took an hour nap.
K5ZE   Contact Moderator
Not as many JA stations on 40 CW compared to previous
years. Needed Malaysia on 40 CW. Heard 9V1YC but
no QSO.
K6FA   Contact Moderator
During the day the bands were not good but come sunset time they sure picked up. Will be glad when I
get my beam back up. Only used my Inverted vee and vertical. Still did ok.
K6NR   Contact Moderator
Great contest.  Conditions were pretty good given where we are in the
solar cycle, although a little weird.  I didn't get started until 4
hours into the contest, and 20 meters wasn't very good at the time.
I heard Eu, strong HQ stations mostly, but they had a hard time
hearing me.  I was able to run stateside pretty well, on 20, and on
15, even on 10 later in the day. Stations were sparse on 10 and 15,
but there were actually Eu on both, easily workable.  I wasn't
expecting that. I have multiple local noise sources, with a new one
showing up in the Northeast, the worse direction for it.  But it was intermittent, as was my pulsing
noise in the Northwest.

20 meters was great later on Saturday, Eu were stronger, plentiful
and hearing me, and I was able to run stateside.  Worked some 80, but
not much over the noise on 160.  40 was good, Eu HQ stations and for
stateside.  I was running stateside with an occasional DX, 100 an hour
when I decided to call it a night at 0630.  I got back up for the last
40 minutes of the contest. 40 was hot to the pacific, worked another
70 stations before it was over.

The conditions and activity made for a fun contest.  Thanks for all
the QSOs!     Dana

Station: K3, KPA1500;
Antennas: 160 Inverted L, 80 meter vertical over 67 radials;
40 meter 4 square; 4L@60 on 20, 5L@50' on 15, 5L @ 48' on 10;
various receive antennas that don't do much in tons of noise...
K7MM   Contact Moderator
Low dipole only for antenna.  No yagi--I am installing a new
K7VIT   Contact Moderator
Started out to do a mixed-mode effort from my relatively little
pistol station.  Band conditions seemed in the tank, so I decided
to stick with CW because of better gas mileage.  Thankfully, the
conditions seemed to improve into Saturday evening local time.
Thanks to all who answered my calls.  73,  Jerry
K7XC   Contact Moderator
In the process of taking the station down to move. All that was in the air was a 30M vert, 3ele 15m
Yagi at 30ft, and a 17m Inv Vee at 26ft which I used on 20M with the onboard tuner in the barefoot
Flex3000. 20M yagi was up at 12ft ready to take down as the AB577 Mast was completely lowered but
had no feedline to it. Nice to see 15M full of CW activity till the band faded in the late
afternoon. Heard many EU stations on 15M but none heard me at 90W level as I sold the KW amp to
cover the moving costs. Soon I Will be QRP from an apt with hidden antennas. Not looking forward to
it but you do what you have to when your landlord informs you he is selling the house out from under
you. 73s and GL Everyone!
K8GL   Contact Moderator
Good condx and participation! 10 and 15 open to Europe...? Outstanding!
K8LF   Contact Moderator
I operated about 1/4 of the contest.  From the start 8 AM US EST till about 7 PM and the bands were
not good.  Things picked up in the evening US time.  I could have done better to skip operating at
all during the day on Saturday and just started at 7 PM in the evening. I need to move my antenna
switch closer to my operating position.  I switched antennas very often with the bad propagation. 
Still great fun and good practice for my CW skills.  I like how many HQ stations were on.
K8TE   Contact Moderator
Lots of fun until an alien infected my computer causing it to
send callers' callsigns over and over and over again.  With our
evaporative cooler out, the PC gone nuts, and the shack
temperature worse than the NM desert during FD, I quit early and
enjoyed some time with my lovely, supporting spouse.
At least I made a few contacts.  

Thanks to all who worked me.  I've since
fixed the problem (Ethernet RFI ingress that didn't happen
earlier in the day) and am ready for the next contest.  I'll be
more ready once I have a tower or two in the air, and not on the
ground.  Low dipoles make it tough under current conditions, but
not impossible.  73, Bill, K8TE
KA0PQW   Contact Moderator
Fun contest would have liked to have spent more time with it. Thanks for having it 73 Matt ka0pqw
KA3PMW   Contact Moderator
Contest was on my 73rd birthday
KA3TTT   Contact Moderator
A little QRP fun
KC3EWJ   Contact Moderator
for call w1aw/4 - his report to me was 59 arrl

for call da0hq - his report to me was 59 darc

The log tool would not allow those so I entered their ITU zone.
KD3TB   Contact Moderator
This summer I operated from my Beach House in Delaware with only
a vertical antenna. This was the first contest I entered back in
1988. Always a fun contest.
KD4CX   Contact Moderator
Fun contest.  Weather interfered for a while but we all overcame.  Had a good time.
KD8W   Contact Moderator
Worked as much as I could, had fun!!
KE2D   Contact Moderator
The VE9RAC op on 10m was sending HQ instead of the correct RAC as
the other RAC stations used.  I listened to him send this to
several other stations.  Presumably his log will reflect this and
everyone who logged HQ as I did will receive proper credit.
WD0BC was clearly confused about the proper exchange for this
contest and was sending 5 for his zone.  I had him repeat it.
Clearly a mistake on his part.  Log checking will no doubt pick
up on this and decrement my multipliers accordingly but I wasn't
about to try and fool the N1MM+ program and mess things up
further. I don't know how many other logs he will appear in. Not
the first time someone sent the wrong exchange I'm sure.
KE4FVU   Contact Moderator
Thanks for having this contest. I had a good time in the contest. I did many things that I've never
done before in this contest. I made contacts in Alaska and West Virginia. I worked Germany and a few
other countries. I think I learned a little bit more about using my station to work DX. My station
has limitations but I was still able to make a lot of contacts. It was a fun time.
KE5LQ   Contact Moderator
KE6GFI   Contact Moderator
Enjoyed the two hour opening to Europe - lots of fun
KE6JNO   Contact Moderator
It's a wonder what 100watts and a dipole can accomplish!
KF3G   Contact Moderator
Operated from FM29jw

Duplicates - removed from '
KG4NE   Contact Moderator
KG4NE - Guantanamo Bay, OP Kelly, I had equipment issues that kept me from operating as much as I
had wanted. To the best of my knowledge, nobody else operated from KG4 - Guantanamo Bay for the 2020
IARU HF contest.
KG5VK   Contact Moderator
My Goal was 300 Q's since it was just me as the op
even though I entered as Multi-One

IARU HF World Championship - 2020

Call: KG5VK
Operator(s): KG5VK KB5KBE
Station: KG5VK

Class: M/S HP
Operating Time (hrs): 24

 Band  CW Qs  Ph Qs  Zones  HQ Mults
   40:   92     45     20      22
   20:  167      8      0       2
   15:   46      0     13      11
Total:  305     53     33      35  Total Score = 160,208

Club: DFW Contest Group


Very little Phone operation for me in this one
I am usually a very aggressive Phone op (as in I concentrate on that Mode)
This was mostly a CW session for me with a token number of Phone QSO's during
the last hour
I picked up W1AW/4 on 40m and 20m Phone during that last hour
I feel good about the 300 plus Q's as I need to put some more sweat equity in my
antenna farm :) and 300 Q's was my Goal for this one.
Thanks for the Fun and the Q's
KG9Z   Contact Moderator
Limit time. 80M very noisy.
KI5CXO   Contact Moderator
At 15 I enjoy this! 73!
KJ6NON   Contact Moderator
KJ6NON IARU zone 6
KJ9C   Contact Moderator
Good excuse to erect and test new stealth antennas. n and out of the shack a lot, but I found one
that  works
KM1R   Contact Moderator
in the midst of a thunderstorm yet!
KM8AM   Contact Moderator
First IARU contest.  Had a good time for a few hours.
KP4P   Contact Moderator
Eventhoug I operated a few hours, enjoyed it vy much. c
SD is a simple wonderful Contest Logging Program. Use i
KS7T   Contact Moderator
Lost connection to my beam at the top and couldn't get it fixed
before the contest so decided to see what my Hustler
mobile whip could do on 20 fixed on a mast 20' high with my
huge ground system. Wrkd lots of Eur. throgh spotty cndx.
KU8E   Contact Moderator
Here are a couple pictures I took of K4BAI operating at my QTH remotely to PJ4A in Bonaire.

Jeff KU8e
KV8Q   Contact Moderator
Conditions improved here as the contest went on.  Increased my
mults from last year but I need to try to increase the mults next
year.  Heard guys working EU on 10 but I never even heard the EU
stations.  Happy with what I was able to do with the indoor
antenna farm.  Thanks - 73  tom    Rig = TenTec Eagle @ 100 Watts
Antenna = Mag Loop (40 thru 15) and an Isotron-80 in attic 12'
above garage floor and an indoor 10 meter dipole.
LA2GKA   Contact Moderator
Interesting contest and good condition although I had not many
contacts outside of Europe. On the other hand I had contacts on
all 6 bands, which have been more or less impossible the last few
years. Especially the 15 m and 10 band had a lot of activity,
more then I have ever seen since I started to participate in
contests in 2017.
LC2C   Contact Moderator
Partial, short period only but nice experience
LN2HQ   Contact Moderator
We have about 500-600 DUPE, coz LA8OM logged into our log system as he supposed to operate as LN2HQ,
but he ran LA8OM
then we dont know which QSO in our log which are LN2HQ or LA8OM. We submit our log as LN2HQ HQ
LA7MFA QRV from LA2AB, LB6VI from LA2T, LA9RY, LA7XIA, LB4FH, LB3AI and LA1ZTA from LA4C,
LA7WCA, LA7AK, LB3RE, LB4UH from home QTH.
LU2DVI   Contact Moderator
One more time , was a contest to do and priticing, the art of DXing .Very low noise in my zone, S3
to S0 .
Very nice competition 
CU on the next contest.
73 & Dx
LU3HO/M   Contact Moderator
First time in IARU contest. Very happy to participate, lots of stations and good HF conditions. Here
TS-450S, 100 W. Vertical antenna for 20m and dipole for 40/15m. Soft N1MM. Hope to participate next
year and here you all again! 73 de LU3HO Andy.
LU6DU   Contact Moderator
lu contest group
LU7MT   Contact Moderator
Nice contest with very hard propagation from South America. Thanks for the QSOs. 73 LU7MT
LU8MHL   Contact Moderator
My first time in this contest, many stations im enjoy much, thanks!
LY0HQ   Contact Moderator
Some photos of LY0HQ in IARU 2020
LY0NAS   Contact Moderator
Tried to work on all bands at QRP level with uBitx.
Licensed since 30 October 2019.
LY2BGP   Contact Moderator
With QRP-Labs toy and 1/2 wl vertical from LY land.

Thank you for patience.
73, Gedas ( nx2px & ly2bgp)
LZ1IA   Contact Moderator
Nice Contest
LZ2HT/M   Contact Moderator
RIG FT-857D, Antenna SPX-300 mobile vertical
LZ2RS   Contact Moderator
M0AUG   Contact Moderator
Using SD to log, as usual
M0HHG   Contact Moderator
I enjoyed using SD.
Thank you.
M0MCV   Contact Moderator
Pleased to support the contest again, but a non-serious entry.
M0OSA/M   Contact Moderator
Nice to work the US again on HF. Thx for all the contacts
M3ECT   Contact Moderator
Great fun skip was booming!
M3R   Contact Moderator
This time ONLY had restricted time available however enjoyed, 73's
M3X   Contact Moderator
Quite some action in this contest. I was amazed to see how well my newly installed 5-band cobweb
antenna worked.
M6OXO   Contact Moderator
I had a lot of fun with home brew delta loop.
M7GVS   Contact Moderator
Hi I'm new to this (passed last week) & this was my first ever "DX" I
have assumed the date format is Month / Day Date?   If so it would
help us Europeans if you put a number greater than 12 as the "Day
Date" to avoid any confusion.  Thanks.
N0AX   Contact Moderator
Best conditions for IARU in a while - how about some 10 meters!
Noisy on the low bands but it calmed down in the last few hours.
20 and 40 meters were particularly awesome.  Hope we get these
conditions next year!
N1AM   Contact Moderator
Great test
N1CEO   Contact Moderator
N1FR   Contact Moderator
For most of the day it was obvious that my calls to Europe on 20 were simply zooming thru the AWOL
ionosphere into outer space.  Maybe they will return for next year's contest.
N1YIS   Contact Moderator
First IARU contest that I have worked in a while. It was great to everyone on! I have been testing a
new to me Cobralite Jr antenna. It was the primary antenna for this contest. Discovered my Icom 756
didn't want to talk so I grabbed the old trusty Kenwood TS440 with a new desk microphone. This
arrangement appeared to work for me using only the antenna tuner in the 440. Also I used for the
first time SKOOKUMLOGGER 2.1.9 with my Macbook for logging. 

It was really great to get on the air and make some contacts. Thanks to all who heard me!
N2BZD   Contact Moderator
Good openings from NJ to East Europe
N2JNR   Contact Moderator
Definitely had a lot of fun yesterday, with a few breaks throughout the day.  40 started off nice,
though the noise was really rough for me for the majority of the day/contest.  Must have been some
grow lights as most of the noise went away at/around 8pm on 20.   Then...  Literally felt like a
kid in a candy story as the conditions really opened up and started experiencing some good DX from
all angles.  Reminded me of conditions when I got my license in the late 80s on the east coast with
the european opening.   I also made my first contact with Israel in CW (took a bit but finally got
thru) as well as an additional 36 other countries.   I was laughing out loud throughout this
opening out of happiness.   If I didn't have an early morning zoom meeting today I would have
absolutely stuck thru the contest. 
N2KW   Contact Moderator
Thanks to Will, K6ND, for the use of his fine station!
N4AF   Contact Moderator
Super condx !
N4BP   Contact Moderator
2020 IARU
N4CW   Contact Moderator
Great workout! Rough band conditions brought out the best in us;
superb efforts were brought forth to cope. It wasn't easy, that's
for sure. A big THANK YOU to everyone!
score from K1IMI which had the advantage of location (proximity
to Europe). More Q's, but fewer mults (more countries, but fewer
HQ stns).Great rates in late afternoon when Europe propagation
really opened up. I miss the little "countries" like HB0, C31,
T7, etc. But there's no incentive in this contest for anybody to
go out and put them on the air, especially with the pandemic
restricting travel.
operators! 73
N4KS   Contact Moderator
Not to win; just for the love of CW.
N4PVH   Contact Moderator
K2 on 5-BTV
N5DN   Contact Moderator
It was a difficult contest due to poor band conditions in North Texas.   It was still a great amount
of fun.  Y'all stay safe and well.

Jeff N5DN
N5LB   Contact Moderator
The conditions were good in MN with 15m open and many more stations than normal. If only 10m had
opened. Using 100W and a 100-foot dipole worked pretty good; all CW.
N5MF   Contact Moderator
N5YHF   Contact Moderator
First IARU HF, had fun.
N6AT   Contact Moderator
Conditions were not very good.   A little 15m activity, so mostly
20m for us.
N6HI   Contact Moderator
QRP. One Half Watt to 20 foot end-fed wire thrown
into a tree out my window. Conditions poor.
Made just under half the contacts I made last year
with identical set-up. Not much DX but I managed
ONE contact in Europe, plus KH6 and a couple ZL.
In and out of the shack, and checked 10m and 15m
frequently with no significant signals heard.
Thanks to all for the QSOs and your patience with
my QRP signals.
N6IC   Contact Moderator
Great to hear Europe on 15 meters from California
N6VOH   Contact Moderator
Heard the contest while doing a COVID troll through the bands. Decided
to give out a few points. logged my contacts on a pad of post its.
Operated from a secondary QTH, so the rig was an ICOM7300 and a
94'dipole fed with ladder line (ZS6BKW dipole). The band was very
noisy and still heard lots of stations, small effort, small results
but had fun anyways. see ya on the next one.73 Barry
N6WM   Contact Moderator
Well that was a fun summer distraction, in a world filled with stress and
anxiety the new normal to lock into local combat via remote operation in a
contest that forces the N6RO team out of our comfort zone, and into the (rather
draconian) M/S category where 1 operator is qrv at any one point of time, and 10
minute rules prevent SO2R operation implicitly even in band/mode.

As you can imagine, this was a grand training event for many of our team who
have been conditioned for M/M and SO2R operation.  First we congratulate our local
hilltop competitors operating as K6EZ for taking and maintaining a lead early
Saturday through the contest.. really kept us motivated.

We decided to enter the M/S category to make sure anyone in our group got some
good air time this year, and to offer an opportunity to some of our ops to
operate bands not usually available to them. Our station is not fully
operational with new rotors in place requiring electrical enhancement to rotate
properly on 20, and a stubborn intermittent prob with 20 stack match.  given
this, we set our goal meter at "Fun" and try "1 mpoint"

Despite a fully operational 15m stack, and as we watched the online scoreboard,
it became apparent by mid day saturday that we had made some strategic choices
that haunted us for the rest of the test, not spending enough time collecting
qso volume on 15m as we experimented with the 10 min rule and how to apply it.
This put us in a chasing position with our hilltop friends for the rest of the

Band conditions were remarkably good for a Mid summer test, with all of the
bands open at some level for some amount of time.  15m was surprisingly good,
and despite the expected noise, 40 and 20 were ok as well.

murphy presented us with a couple of unique challenges, A: a failed 20m stack
match rendering middle ant inop, and B: a strange network problem with the ISP
serving the station, causing any op on the AT&T network an inability to
connect, this presented in the middle of our 1 op that had AT&T requiring an
immediate and unplanned substitute operator. 1st world remote problems hi hi.

other than those exceptions, I kicked off the test at 5 am local for the first 2
hours on 160 > 80 > 40 and we passed from op to op every 2 or so hours
giving everyone 2 X 2 hour shifts with a couple exceptions in 24 hs.

Thanks to all for the QSO's, Congrats to Oliver, Denny and team for offering us
continued motivation through great operation. Congrats to our team for trying
hard! We had a great time, good runs, made our Megapoint and advanced the
training of our team and exercised the station significantly.  Talking to the
group on slack, we all had lots of fun!

Flex 6600-M X 2 running SmartLink Remote for Pan Adapters and RRC for audio and
Amps: 4O3A Power Genius XL X 2
Antennas: 5 X 5 X 5 on 10, 15 and 20(mid 20 inop) 4 X 4 on 40 4sq on 80 and

4 remote ops with max of 1 onsite for a couple of shifts to maintain social

Special thanks to Ken N6RO for his team instruction, wisdom, chair time and use
of the station as always, and for allowing a M/S to happen from Radio Oakley.

This is our new established baseline to work from.  thanks to all for the qso's,
73 and Seeya next time!

For the entire N6WM@N6RO IARU M/S team

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was fun to bad the conditions fell out, got a late start
N7MZW   Contact Moderator
An old school attempt this time out with a 90 watt Icom-IC-735,Vectronics Manual tuner for 15 and 20
meters only,a Heil Pro Micro Headset,and a ZS6BKW flattop up 40 feet,running N-S at 6,053 feet
elevation from Grid Square DN-71od in Laramie County,Wyoming. I had some good runs on 20 and 40, but
10 Meters was dead as a hammer, and I only worked 3 Ops on 15. I had  no rig control to my logging
program,which combined my limited operating time of 9 hours,really dropped my score, compared to my
last year's second place Single Op Low Power Phone win for U.S. and Canada.40 was noisy,and 20 had
significant signal fading at times! Lots of Ops were saying QRZ? in the middle of their C.Q. calling
string,which causes others who only heard QRZ? to start calling early. A distubing contesting trend!
QRZ should always be the LAST thing you verbalize when you are running stations! Also, Ops answering
a running station should ONLY GIVE CALL,so that the running station can check for dupes,and then
give his or her exchange FIRST! Yet another bad operating habit that seems to show up more and more
with every passing year. Another fun "100 Watts and a Wire Adventure is in the books! 73, November
Seven Many Zebras Walking
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Got off to a slow start with weak propagation here in SFL. Figured it would be a losing effort for
me. But evening brought great condx with strong propagation to Europe and some S America areas. My
goal was to just beat my 2018 result. Thanks to everyone for helping me nearly double my 2018 score!
Now I've got some work to do in 2021. I can only imagine what it will be like once the solar cycle
swings back on our side. See you next year. 72.
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15 was fun for us low power guys.
N7VS   Contact Moderator
My main rig, a Yaesu FT 1000MP failed after almost 25 years of faithful service the day before
"Canada Day". I substituted an Elecraft KX3 and a Yaesu FL7000 for 100 watts output. 20 meter phone
contacts were difficult. DX phone contacts were especially difficult. I don't remember a more
difficult phone event. 15 meters was interesting with its short skip contacts. No 10 meter contacts
were observed. I hope to be back next year.
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On time 8 hours
100 ft LMR240 failed delaying start by 20 minutes
MFJ Big Stick partially reverted from full extension
S9 QRN on 40 m at 00:40 Z local Saturday night
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Nice to see 10m with some life.
N8VWY   Contact Moderator
Tried portable QRP but had equipment issues, TU 73 all who bore with me.
N9CIQ   Contact Moderator
Nice bonus to have Sporadic E to Europe on 15 & 10.  Felt like the sunspots came back (if only for 1
N9ITO   Contact Moderator
First time on IARU HF Championship, still learning!
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I incorrectly submitted a log as low power.  I used high power in this contest and resubmitted with
the proper power level.  Sorry.
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Glad to see so many HQ stations on! As usual, it was a lot of fun
NN7SS   Contact Moderator
Just a half hour for fun.
I was surprised to find workable stations on 10m!
15m was plenty busy, but not many could hear me.

Thanks for the fun!

NN7SS Burt WA (op K6UFO)

10m, 15m: GXP 3 element yagi at 72 feet
Flex-6600 at 5 watts
RemoteHamRadio.com, Writelog
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The contest was fun with so-so propagation for portions of time,
and stellar for part.  Interesting phenomena.  I worked some new
countries which I appreciate.  Thank you for a fun event.
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First attempt at a contest.  Hope I interpreted the multiplier rules
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That was fun!!
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ANT Groundplane Antenna 4.15m at 6m AGL
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Only less time.....
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Single Operator Unlimited
OG6N   Contact Moderator
This was fun! Missed some operating time due to various issues.
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I am visually impaired.
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Nice run on 28 MHz only from OH1QX... Cheers/73, Zaba OH1ZAA
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73 de OH1SIC/SM5SIC Gran
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Operating long windom.
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Wires&GPs, 160m not worked
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Enjoyed a short 21 MHz session at OH3MHA... Cheers/73, Zaba
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The daytime session was mainly for Europe with a BD JA VK and
VE... Deep nighttime conditions covered almost all of the USA and
Canada with some Caribbean spicing... 14 MHz only at OH4BCS...
Cheers/73, Zaba OH1ZAA
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TRX FTDX1200 + QRO home made 850W out to 3EL YAGI up 34m
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FT1000MP, ACOM1010-600W, dipoles, LogPer
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Great fun with my simple QRP station!
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Happy to work several HQ stations!
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IC-7300, LW 42M, MFJ-993B (63)
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FT950 , 100W , ant. LW  +  AV-640
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PWR 100W, Ant Trap Dip
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RIG(s): TS440s; ANTENNA(s): LW40m
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My rig IC706  70W, ant.LW 41m, up 6m.
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TS-820, ant. - LW
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Rig[s] IC-756PROIII-100W,Antena[s] 3el.YAGI, Long wire 82 m
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RIG(s): TS440s; ANTENNA(s): LW40m
OK2QX   Contact Moderator
Output between 10-11 W, PA in my K3 is fault. But over 400 QSOs in a
few hrs QRV is in my 84 yrs good. AERS LW 54 m and 3el trib. to east.
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RIG(s): TS440s; ANTENNA(s): LW40m
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TRX FT-857/100W + and 2 x 20m dipol + transmatch
Tnx for fb contest
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score calculated manually, total 199 QSO = 197 valid + 2 DUPEs removed from log
QSO pts: 103*1 (HQ) + 34*1 (zone28) + 54*3 (eu,not zone 28) +6*5 (AS+AF+NA+SA) = 103+34+162+30=329
mults:   78 (HQ&band,any-mode) + 28 (zones&band,any-mode) = 106 mults,  score= 329 * 106 = 34874
100w, SpiderBeam + dipoles, WWL JO70ae
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FT2000 100W, 3ele.Yagi tribander, Inv.V dipole
OL5Y   Contact Moderator
Exciting contest! Although just before the contest I made several changes... On Friday I planned to
erect new wire antenna for 160m and 80m but thanks to rain I have cancelled it. I like this contest
because of MIX category but because I was quite tired just before the contest, I decided for CW
unassisted - just to play a little. In the end I was almost whole contest sitting on the chair! The
choosen strategy payed-of and I am surprised with the result.
Thank you all for calling me or answering my call! 
73! Martin

RIG: SunSDR MB1 + IC756, microHAM MK2R+, Station masters, Stack master, switches... 
160: Inv. V for 40/80/160m @ 19m (63 ft.)
80: Inv. V for 40/80/160m @ 19m
40: 3-el Yagi (AD-3446) @ 25m (82 ft.)
20/15/10: 3-el tribander ECO @ 20m (66 ft.), 3-el Spiderbeam @ 20m, 4-el Yagi
(AD-3446) @ 25 m (82 ft.)
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In the contest I had a QSO with PA6HQ, who gave me a report and "0", which was not accepted by the
system. I haven't found anything in the rules concerning that exchange, I had to change that report
to a wrong one / 28. That happens strange to me or I've overseen something. TNK OM1EE
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tcvr ICOM 735 out 90 Watts
ant random wire + LC match box
age 89 years
TNX to all participants fr QSO
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Rig : FT-277ZD, max output 100 Watts, Ant : END FED 5B
ON3VS   Contact Moderator
nice contest
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The propagation was rather weak, so I have not many DX
But there was much activity and I could work a lot of
stations and HQ stations.
I enjoyed the contest and working mixed.
Till next year. 73  Leon  ON5WL
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Yaesu FT-950 max 80w with Ant: R8 vert and wire W8010
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Yaesu  FT450D - Acom 2100 - Antenna Mosley TA53M.
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This time I did only use Bencher Paddle keyer. Normaly I use keyboard in cw  contest and 30 wpm, but
this time I connect my Morserino32 to my IC-7300 and go down to 22 wpm and use my paddle alone and
no keyboard.
Tommy de oz1thc
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nice contest, good short skip on Saturday, less on
Sunday.Good activity, really enjoyed contest
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Added some more radials at the 5BTV Hustler vertical, that
counts! The other antenna is a home brew multiband inverted Vee
that works fb on low bands. Gooed conditions and had a lot of
the Q's, 73, Hans
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SD User.FB Logprogram. Nice contest. Tnx fer hamspirit
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I had great fun with my FT-817 on an Endfed
I made 124 QRP CW QSO's, all with S&P with 4 W down to 360 mW
30 QSO's were made wth just 360 mW and 3 with 800 mW
Thank you for the fine contest
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Nice busy CW contest!Always fun!
PA1EJO   Contact Moderator
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used SD for post contest logging
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Was fun again, thank you all for qso, cu next time, 73
PA3BFH   Contact Moderator
Thanks for organizing, was great funn!!
Rig: IC7600 at 100w out
Antenna: End fed 23m long, 6m up
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It was fun to bring the VERON multiplier into the contest.
Thanks You all for the QSO's. Cu next year !!
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nice contest, main participation PA0FAW
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My first contest with my Own new call PC2K  (we normally work under clubcall PI4AMF OR PI4RCB) ..
Our antenna is a optibeam 17-4 SEE PICTURE BELOW.
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Late Start but still managed to get 97 qso in about 2 hours S&P..
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Tnx for the nice contest. 73 de PE1NBD
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All QSO's made with 5 watt / dipole 73
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My stations of IARU HF Contest
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Very Good Contest!
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Sadly my pc unset my time and date and you might find the qsos with wrong times. Hope this mistake
does not cause trouble to my worked friends.
73 Rick
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Tkanks Big 73 TU
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Nice contest, condx not good on 20 /15 mtr, no propagation at all
at 10 meters in SA.
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Guara Dx Group
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IC-7300, ANT-G5RV
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SDR trcvr SunSDR2-PRO
160,80,40 - GP Up 16.5 m
20,15,10 - Tribander Up 18 m
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TNX 73!
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ICOM-718, 100Wt. Ant. Rectangular Loop,160m.  All band.
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FT-897, 100W
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73 tnx !
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GL! 73!
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ICOM 746PRO, W3DZZ multiband
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SO1R; TX FT-450D 100 w; ANT: YAGI-2el, W3DZZ
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TX/RX/ANT 2xK3, 2xPA-1KW, 10-7ele+8ele+11ele yagi,
15-3x7 stack +5ele+4ele, 20-3x6 stack +7ele+4ele+3ele,
40-4ele+3ele+delta, 80-5ele yagi NA + 5ele yagi JA,
+4sqr+delta, 160-4sqr+delta
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TX:  IC 7300 95 watts
ANT: Vertical multy bands
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FT-2000  IV
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TNX 73
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TS-590S,DSP,100 watt
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TS-570D Delta Loop 40m band
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OPL Togo, West Africa, IC-7000, 100w, Dipole ant.
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Yaesu FT-450, dipole
I declare that all contest rules and all the rules and regulations for
amateur radio operations in my country have been observed and adhered to.
I accept the decisions of the Contest Committee.
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TNX es 73!
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GL, 73!
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TNX 73!
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Thanks for the nice contest! 73!
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TNX 73
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TS590.  DELTA 80M. INV V 160M . DELTA 40. SAY5-9
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Tnx! 73!
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TNX 73!
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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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TNX 73
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TX: Icom 756PRO3 5Watts output
ANT:Vertical and Wires
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TX 5Watts, ant - Magloop indoor
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TNX 73!
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Ant ECO 7+
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TNX 73!
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TS 2000, LW
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CW Team
160m: S50N, S52X, S53X
80m: S51FB, S53ZO, S57UN, S52W, S54O
40m: S51F, S51Z, S52AW, S52NY, S53F, S57Z
20m: S53OQ, S57AW, S58M, S53ZO, S57UN
15m: S50A, S59AA, S51DS
10m: S50R, S52F

SSB Team
160m: S53O, S52GO
80m: S51IV, S56P, S57M
40m: S51YI, S53K, S55DX, S51XA
20m: S50K, S53WW, S50S, S51FB, S52KA
15m: S52ZW, S54W, S59A, S52EZ, S53MR
10m: S58D, S52F

S52MR, S55DK, S51KD, S53KM
S56Y, S57AV, S57NA, Dominik

S50HQ Manager: S57AL

Thanks to all for the QSOs!

Stay well & CU next year!

73 & GL de S50HQ Team
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Again working from S54E contest location, using his OptiBeam for
upper 3 bands, loop for 40m, one vertical element of 4sq for 80m,
and vertical for 160m. Radio was my FT-2000, and SPE Expert 1,3K
linear. Plan was good, but weather played its own role. Two heavy
thunderstorms on Saturday evening, one after another took away 4
best hours of contesting. I had to disconnect everything, and sit
in the car, hopping that some lightning won't make any damage,
and waiting that thunderstorms to pass by. There was a lot of
rain, mixed with tiny hail, and strong winds. Looks like that
loop for 40m didn't survive, because with 100W it works, but with
higher power, SWR jumps up and down. So there I just collect with
LP what I heard. A lot of statics on lower bands also. All in
all, with this equipment and other conditions, I'm satisfied with
SI9YL   Contact Moderator
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INV.VEE 160-40 + VERTICAL 40-10
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Only part time participance due to thunder and storms every other hour out in the Archepelago. Sad
but conds seemed fine during few hours of operation. Thanks for all the QSo:s. Missed log deadline
as well:(
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Elecraft K3 100W to KT34XA + CL-33 + Inv Vees
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RIG: FTDX-3000 abt 50 Wtts; Ant.: Lw for all bands
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Radio:ICOM 746 ONLY 100W
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FT817ND +speech compressor/ Ant balcony  8m
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My intention is to send my log ONLY for checking. Unfortunately using ARRL Contest Log Submission
page, I`m not able to do it. Any help?
Wieslaw, SP6HEQ
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straight key,no computer,worked from my summer house, ANTENNA 1 ELE DELTA LOOP, 50W
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Ant.: LW 40m
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TRX: Kenwood TS140S, 100W
ANT: dipol 2 x 19,5m
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TRX: Yaesu FT-897D PWR: 100 W output ANT: end-fed
sloper 33 meter long 3/11 meter up
Nice contest & hope to meet you again!
Best 73 de Stan SP7QO

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ANT:7 band GP antena
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ic730 60w, ant inw v, Delta Loop 42m, Hand Key
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FT-2000, Antena GP5. FD-5.
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Kenwood TS-590SG, LW, HB
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trx IC730 100w, ANT DELTA LOOP
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IARU HF World Championship
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tnx for All participations 73's de TA4RC
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This was a SOTA activation of Kristinartindar Mt.at 1.126m ASL TF/AL-059.
I did a 20km hike (round-trip) for this. It was a lot of fun even though the QSOs were only 7.
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QSL Manager VE7BV
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that was fun
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TNX 73!
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TNX 73!
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Tks, best 73!
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Mni Tnx! 73!
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Heavy-going bands. Abrupt QSBs. Yearning for sunspot maximum. Considering local Murphy's tricks, it
was not a piece of cake.
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73 !
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TNX 73
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TNX 73!
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TNX 73!
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TNX  73
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Good Luck Contest!
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UR2LX   Contact Moderator
TNX 73!
UR3QTN   Contact Moderator
SDR - 1000,100 wt, ANT G3XAP
UR4MM   Contact Moderator
TNX 73!
UR5E   Contact Moderator
UR5EPV   Contact Moderator
I thank for the good test.
I hope for the best.
UR5KP   Contact Moderator
Petro.Kolodiuk@dyckerhoff.com , TRX home made 5W, ant GP:  7,0 - 21,0 MHz
UR5ZTH   Contact Moderator
UR7TV   Contact Moderator
US1IV   Contact Moderator
TNX for contest !
US5LOD   Contact Moderator
TNX 73!
US6IKF   Contact Moderator
US7IGN   Contact Moderator
IC-756pro3, trap vertical
UT0NB   Contact Moderator
TNX 73!
UT1AM   Contact Moderator
mini SW2017 , 5W; ant delta L=84m , up 10-4-6 m
UT4NY   Contact Moderator
Rig: IC-718 100W
Ant: dipole+vertical
UT5IZ   Contact Moderator
UT8AS   Contact Moderator
TRX - MiniYES + PA 100 W, Ant - 1-el Delta Loop 85m
UT9EZ   Contact Moderator
UW5EMC   Contact Moderator
Windom 40-20-10m
Tuner N7DDC 5x5
mini SW2017 12-15w power
Thx to all and 73!
UX1CL   Contact Moderator
TNX! 73!
UX2LX   Contact Moderator
FTDX 1200, ANT 2 el Quad
UY2IG   Contact Moderator
UZ1WW   Contact Moderator
VA3KRT   Contact Moderator
VA3PAF   Contact Moderator
This was my 3rd HF Contest, since getting my first HF Rig, as the 2020 Pandemic started. The Contest
provided a great opportunity to further my limited Contest skills; test my Icom IC-7300 Programmable
Voice functions; & integrate them with the N1MM Plus Logger Software. Thank you for these
opportunities & 73.
VA3TMV   Contact Moderator
licensed in 2019
VE3BFU   Contact Moderator
Thanks to every one who was on the band and made HF bands active , enjoyed the event.
VE3GFN   Contact Moderator
Had fun with my new manual antenna control system, which allowed me to run on 80/40M with my
Butternut vertical, while doing S/P on 40/80M with my inverted - vee. The magical IC7610 allows
crossband (and cross mode!) SO2V!
VE3TW   Contact Moderator
Not much time for this one due to family commitments.
missed a good one!
VE3ZY   Contact Moderator
VE5GC   Contact Moderator
Fun contest.
VE7BGP   Contact Moderator
I had a lot of fun operating the Contest yesterday, I christened
my new Power Supply powering my IC-756Pro antenna Cl33 @ 55 ft.
VE7MR   Contact Moderator
Just wanted to give some points to some old friends and wish the best
in this bad times, 73
VE9RAC   Contact Moderator
The Radio Amateurs of Canada assigned the operation to ITU Zone 9
and our call signs were VA2RAC, VE9RAC and VO1RAC, with operators
and VO1HP.  The local bands were reported as generally being
quiet; in central New Brunswick it was pouring rain.  One
operator scrambled to get a new vertical ready and almost
doubled his previous number of QSOs in this contest.  One
operator enjoyed 10 m and 15 m being open, but when followed by
all the 80 m CW QSOs, much of the 24 hours was used.  The 160 m
CW QSOs were mostly at the noise level and required patience and
good ears.  One group of CW operators did what they promised and
without comments pounded out a big score.  We had range of
experience with contesting, especially this contest, and we
removed some QSOs due to known rule violations; more details were
submitted to the ARRL. One time, it was hilarious and we needed a
video conference to discuss it.  Despite our mistakes with
experience, we had a great time.  Furthermore, the operators with
less experience mentioned that they would like to try this again,
which is what this hobby is all about.  Some further details are
at: https://brentpetersen.ca/ar/signup-IARU-HF-Contest-2020/
VK2GR   Contact Moderator
Excellent conditions with long band opening periods for 20m and 40m.
Noisy due to local electrical storms for 80m.
Poor conditions with QSB and weak signals for 15m.
Nothing heard on 10m or 160m.
Overall, an enjoyable and very good contest with an average of 51 QSOs per hour.
QTH: Rural NSW near the Tasman sea, 250km south of Sydney.
Thank you for all that called me and exchanged zone numbers in the 2020 IARU Contest.
VK2PN   Contact Moderator
Thank you all who called.  
This time (despite that we are in the solar minimum still) it was fun.  Started
little slow, but picked up the pace soon.  Best time when the bands (both 40 and
20) were open to US and it was possible to work at very good rate.  Signals were
strong, the noise not too high.
Regrettably not too many JA stations and EU was not represented here "down
under" as strong as expected.  I guess that it was the conditions.  I've
tried to run the predictions for the day and it did not match the reality.
It was good to hear all the "big guns". Thanks.
One happy contester
de Patrick VK2PN
VK3MB   Contact Moderator
Not the best conditions but a lot of fun.
VK6WX   Contact Moderator
40m only. Very tough conditions. Spent most of my time on CW.
A few QSOs were made on SSB.
Spent a bit of time chasing digital contacts when I couldn't make contest QSOs.
Pencil me in for 2021!
VK7GN   Contact Moderator
Just a few hours with bands open to USA great fun!
VK8LOL   Contact Moderator
Hello, This is the first contest log I have submitted.  Only submitting to help
other's entry logs.
I hope the format is correct.
Thanks for the contest. 73s
VR2UNG   Contact Moderator
Club station: Scout Hong Kong Island Region IT Club(P.O.Box 306 Tuen Mun C.P.O.)
VU2NXM   Contact Moderator
VU3BYD   Contact Moderator
W1NN   Contact Moderator
Remote from Tokyo.
W1QK   Contact Moderator
Thank you for sponsoring the contest.
W2AAB   Contact Moderator
20 meter conditions unstable on Saturday, but 40 meters Saturday
was better. Lost operating time due to multiple thunderstorms and
personal commitments. CU next year.
W2DLT   Contact Moderator
W3WHK   Contact Moderator
My 15th QSO was with VE9RAC on 10m, who gave his exchange as “HQ”.  I’m told he was in error
and should have given out “RAC”. I hope no one who logged it as “HQ”, myself included, will
be penalized.
W5GFI   Contact Moderator
Had to shut down early due to evening sever storms.
W5LL   Contact Moderator
Just S&P a few stations.  Had fun!
W5TAF   Contact Moderator
A lot of fun! W5TAF
W5THT   Contact Moderator
Insufficient time to find needed DX
W5TJL   Contact Moderator
This was a fun contest. I didnt make a lot of QSOs but, I worked some great DX stations!
W5WZ   Contact Moderator
We began the contest operating as W5WZ, Multi/Single High Power.
At 14:38 UTC, we realized that we had violated the 10-minute band
rule by making in-band QSOs on the other mode.  At that point,
we ceased operation as W5WZ.  We then started the contest again
at approximately 1500 UTC operating as W5EA, Multi/Single High
Power, and continued until the end of the contest. Consequently,
we are submitting the W5WZ log as a Checklog. The mistake
occurred because we were intently focused on our first efforts at
interlocked high power in-band search and pounce, while
maintaining a run station.  Our thoughts were to have as much
separation as possible between the transmitting frequencies, and
we incorrectly understood the Band Timer rule until we noticed
the N1MM+ band time resetting on each QSO/mode.
W6NS   Contact Moderator
Thank you for putting up with me, this is my first real contest in over three years.  It is
different using low power, low antennas and a dummy load on 80m.
W7DRA   Contact Moderator
same old rig an HQ100 rx, ARC5 VFO keyed MOPA and a pair of 805s at 350w input
W7XZ   Contact Moderator
Condx not bad for solar minimum.  Managed to get out with 100w and wire antennas, despite local
powerline QRN.
W7ZZ   Contact Moderator
Conditions weren't poor. For conditions to be poor, there had to be "conditions."  Today, it was
like ground wave on 10 meters at noon == NO "conditions."  I quit early.   Had better things to do.
W8DSN   Contact Moderator
My first contest ever. I think I got the bug!
W8UA   Contact Moderator
This was my first time I ever operated QRP in a contest before. Quite a different experience, but a
bunch of fun.
W8WA   Contact Moderator
Great condx!!!
W9JI   Contact Moderator
Testing out a new radio. Forty and twenty were open but noisy
here.  Lots of activity and lots of fun!
W9KHH   Contact Moderator
Few minutes available.  A few QSO's with 20 meter dipole at 7 feet is
still fun.
W9RE   Contact Moderator
Thunderstorm parked over my qth for several hours limiting ability to copy.
WA1FCN   Contact Moderator
Not many contest I go over 900 Q's.  I sure was surprised
when BD2RW answered my CQ !  I think I am getting
a bit old for these all nighters, maybe it's  time to
go SB 20.
WA4ELK   Contact Moderator
First participation in the IARU HF Championship.
WA4JUK   Contact Moderator
A great contest, thanks for the QSO.s. Thanks for all that responded.
I missed a few but thanks to the stations that hung in until I caught the call sign correctly.

Spotsylvania Virginia
WA5POK   Contact Moderator
Surprise! No summer thunderstorms around! Relativity low summer time
QRN! Fun!
WA6URY   Contact Moderator
Operated remote from Tokyo, Japan
WA8Y   Contact Moderator
Really like this contest, even in the off years.  Unfortunately,
we had company
had to quit early.
WB2KWC   Contact Moderator
Used software that I wrote to control IC-7300 radio
WB3BJU   Contact Moderator
First contest to use my new Extra privileges. Appears Saturday band conditions were better than
Sunday, at least from the east coast.
WH6FAM   Contact Moderator
WH6FAM operating from NH6Y
WQ6X   Contact Moderator
This was another ad-HOC portable operation from W7AYT's QTH in Concord.
While the main purpose was to join up with the NX6T crew remotely using
the on-site Elecraft K3/0, time was found to put WQ6X on the air from
this DX-Vortex site in Concord.
This weekend was FULL of surprises, the surprisingest being a 10-Meter
opening early Saturday afternoon; surprising because 15-meters was even
MORE  DOA.  Sweeping the 3.el Hygain Long John yagi from 300-degs to 120-degs
allowed me to watch the RBN stats and make an occasional QSO.
WQ6X was being heard throughout the Western U.S. yet there were NO
stations actually listening - Y'all missed out on some EASY multipliers.

LooK for a writeup on this GiG at: http://WQ6X.Blogspot.com
WU3U   Contact Moderator
This is an updated log.  I realized that I made a mistake in the first one that I submitted.
WX3B   Contact Moderator
A great part time contest - 10 meter had a nice summer E-skip opening to Europe that went on for a
good part of Saturday.  15 meters had good conditions to Europe as well.   On Sunday morning I got
in an hour or so, worked a few VKs on 40, heard some JAs (I was too late to work them), and enjoyed
a nice Asian run mixed in with EU on 20 meters.  

Participation seemed to be a record levels this year!!


Jim  WX3B
XE1AY   Contact Moderator
Gud cndx on 20 m
XE1LM   Contact Moderator
Great funny time with radio!!
XE2MWY   Contact Moderator
Viva la Radiofici?n
YB1IM   Contact Moderator
Sorry I cant take part in the  on Saturday because there are oher activities, beside that
propogation is not good enough
YC4TOT   Contact Moderator
Congratulation for 2020 IARU HF Wolf Championship.
PF for all team work, save health. ...73
YC7UVB   [photo/doc]   Contact Moderator
Good luck for 2020 IARU HF World Championship .
YC8FXI   Contact Moderator
YD1IUQ   Contact Moderator
Nice contest IARU-HF, GL ES 73
YD1JNV   Contact Moderator
YD3CER   Contact Moderator
success for IARU Contest & see next year
YD9KAN   Contact Moderator
I'm sorry I am a beginner on amateur radio even though I got permission from the government since

I only have a very limited device, but I'm very grateful

thank you for confirming my logsheet even though it has not met the standard event
YL2IP   Contact Moderator
YL2QN   Contact Moderator
Propagation was great. But any way with qrp very difficult to work overseas from my QTH. Only few
NA/SA stations in log. Very good opening on 10m but I have only 2 watts on this band. Really not
enough for rate :)

Home brew SDR.
160m Inverted L 20m high /w 8 elevated radials
 80m Imverted L 15m hihh /w 8 elevated radials
 40m Phased delta's 4 directions @20m AGL
20m-10m Spiderbeam style tribander 334 @20m AGL
YL3FW   Contact Moderator
SunSDR-2; 5wt;
Ant Inv.V
YL5W   Contact Moderator
TS590S 100 W + R8 & Inv V
YM1KE   Contact Moderator
YO2IS   Contact Moderator
Icom IC-7300, 90W...Diamond CP6 trap GP / 41m sloping wire...73 Szigy.
YO3JW   Contact Moderator
tnx QSOs !
YO3RU   Contact Moderator
Kenwood TS590SD + ICOM IC2KL 500W max
Ant: 3 elem Yagi + Dipole 40/80m
YO4LHR   Contact Moderator
QRP (4,3W), LW 21m
YO4SI   Contact Moderator
RIG: FT-857D  ANT: FD4 ; Grid in this second place autorised is KN25MG.
YO5PUV/P   Contact Moderator
Portable on Feleac hill. Night break.
No operation on 160 & 80m.
YO6EX   Contact Moderator
Check Log
YO8BFB   Contact Moderator
YO8RZJ   Contact Moderator
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YO9IAB   Contact Moderator
ANTENA: W3DZZ all band
YU4TMB   Contact Moderator
Nice hf contest
ZD7BG   Contact Moderator
My first IARU contest. Very challenging due to poor
conditions. QSB on all bands to/from the South Atlantic
ZS95SARL   Contact Moderator
It would have been nice if a lot more DX stations would point down South and not only east / west
ZW5B   Contact Moderator
I had the pleasure to receive PP5BZ to operate the station as SOAB(A)HP ZW5B
Fabio has been here several times but the last time more than 5 years ago.
Propagation was poor but he manage to have a good batle against bad conditions
Thanks for being in ZW5B log