Contest Soapbox: Trial Contest
Call Sign Category Mode Soapbox
VK4SNZ SINGLE-OP MIXED QRP Called lots on RTTY with no takers. Thanks to the managers for the contest
VK5DJ SINGLE-OP SSB HIGH Just a test for the moment
VK1DA SINGLE-OP MIXED HIGH This log is from a SOTA activation I was doing at the time of the contest. I was using an FT817 and a 40w amp, powered by LiFePO4 battery. The summit was Pheasant Hill, about 1km north of the southern border of the ACT and at about 1440m ASL and ambient temperature around 3 or 4 C.
VK1QRP SINGLE-OP SSB QRP Equipment used; FT2000 with 80m Vertical and 80m loop combined on stackmatch with optional beverage Rx antenna when needed. S9 QRN the entire time. Very hard to pull out calls on CW and even worse on SSB no matter what antenna was used. Called lots on RTTY with no takers. Thanks to the managers for the contest
VK2QRP SINGLE-OP CW QRP Equipment used; FT2000 with 80m Vertical and 80m loop combined on stackmatch with optional beverage Rx antenna when needed. S9 QRN the entire time. Very hard to pull out calls on CW and even worse on SSB no matter what antenna was used. Called lots on RTTY with no takers. Thanks to the managers for the contest
VK3QRP SINGLE-OP MIXED QRP Equipment used; FT2000 with 80m Vertical and 80m loop combined on stackmatch with optional beverage Rx antenna when needed. S9 QRN the entire time. Very hard to pull out calls on CW and even worse on SSB no matter what antenna was used. Called lots on RTTY with no takers. Thanks to the managers for the contest
VK4QRP SINGLE-OP MIXED QRP Equipment used; FT2000 with 80m Vertical and 80m loop combined on stackmatch with optional beverage Rx antenna when needed. S9 QRN the entire time. Very hard to pull out calls on CW and even worse on SSB no matter what antenna was used. Called lots on RTTY with no takers. Thanks to the managers for the contest