Sunday, October 23, 2016

Stew Perry Distance Challenge 160m


Remarkable low level of atmospheric noise 
the S-meter barely moved higher then S6 on the vertical.
No Beverage need
But low activity  
10 W's heard 2 in the log.
NP2A nice signal best DX heard

No other PA heard but it was deep in the night 03 when I quit.

        Band    QSOs    Pts
         1.8      36     174
       Total      36     174
i can multiply with 1.5   100W max

I like this type of exchange  
like the CQWW VHF   
VI. Exchange Callsign and Maidenhead grid locator (4 characters, e.g., EM15). Signal reports are not required and should not be included in the log entry. 

 5. QSO Points: The number of QSO points for each contact depends on the
   distance between the two stations.  This is computed by taking the 
   distance between the centers of the two grid squares.  Count a minimum 
   of one point per QSO and an additional point for every 500 kilometers 
   distance.  For example, a QSO with a station 1750 kilometers away will 
   count for 4 QSO points.  No additional distance for long path is allowed.  

   QSO Points are multiplied by 2X if you work a low power station and 4X 
   for working a QRP station.  This is done based upon received logs and
   is computed automatically during the log checking process.






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