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2015 Soapbox Entries PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 15 October 2015 14:08

AE4M

FIRST AZ QSO PARTY

K3TW

BAND CONDITIONS WERE ONLY FAIR THIS YEAR.

K4VBM

ENJOYED MY 1ST ARIZONA QSO PARTY! GREAT FUN!

K6CSL

I WAS RAISED IN PHOENIX. IT'S ALWAYS NICE TO WORK STATIONS IN MY "HOME" STATE. 73'S, BERT, K6CSL

K7ANT

I only got to work a few hours.  I had lots of fun from here in Navajo county. Will try to work it longer next year.

K9GDF

ANTENNA IS RAIN GUTTER AND DOWNSPOUTS.

KB1VUN

TOUGH CONDITIONS ON SATURDAY, SEE YOU AGAIN IN 7QP

KD5ILA

GREAT TIME.  WORKED ALL I HEARD.  VERTICAL ANTENNA DOWN SO ALL CONTACTS MADE ON 160M DELTA LOOP HORIZONAL AT 10 FEET.

KD5ILA

KD9AEZ

First contest ever!  JUST HAD A LITTLE FUN OVER THE WEEKEND! 73

KD9DEY

I'm new to contesting and logging software (N1MM).

KG7ULZ

Am newly licensed.  My first log submission.  Great (first) contest!  I worked mostly the club station K7T, only a few at my home.

KK6PLG

Really tough band conditions on the west coast this weekend :)

N1CC

WRITELOG DOES NOT SUPPORT AZQP.  CREATED WITH PAQP TEMPLATE, THEN CORRECTED.  PLEASE NOTE THAT THE 5-CHARCTER AZXXX WOULD NOT WORK IN THE WRITELOG AND WAS ENTERED AS XXX AND THEN CHANGED TO AZXXX MANUALLY.  NO SCORING IS DONE BY WRITE LOG, THERE IS NO SUMMARY SHEET THAT FITS.  NEVER HEARD THE BONUS STATION.

N7MZW

KENWOOD TS-950SD, HEIL BM-10, AND G5RV UP 50 FEET, RUNNING N-S AT 6,053 FEET ELEVATION FROM LARAMIE COUNTY, WY. APARTMENT QTH.

N9WL

THANKS FOR THE NEW COUNTIES.

NA2X

KENWOOD TS480HX - 200W, 40/20 FAN DIPOLE, DRAKE MN2000 TUNER

VE8NSD

MY FAVORITE EXCHANGE: I GIVE THE GUY HIS INFO; SERIAL NUMBER AND NOVEMBER TANGO. HE RESPONDS WITH "THANK YOU FOR NORTH TORONTO."   I'M GONNA BE GIGGLING ABOUT THAT FOR A LONG TIME!

W1END

RIG WAS FTDX5000 AND BUTTERNUT HF6V ALL-BAND VERTICAL.

W7ON

RULES PROPOSAL:  AZQP WOULD BE MORE REWARDING AND ENCOURAGE MORE AZ OPS IF COUNTY MULTIPLIERS WERE ALLOWED FOR EVERYONE.  IN-STATE QS ARE FAR MORE DIFFICULT THAN OUT-OF-STATE QS AND SHOULD BE REWARDED WITH A MULT.

W8KNO

Ran assisted so I could be SOSRTwoContest, only did it for 1 1/2 hrs.  Enjoyed the QP even though conditions were not great.  Thanks to everyone who worked me.

WB6ETY

I WORKED EVERY STATION I CALLED; ALL FIVE OF THEM.  WISH I HAD MORE TIME.

WN7Y

We had a good time and I got two brand new hams in the shack during the contest to make some contacts!

WX7JM

Hello, I have participated in the contest and I wanted to send you the logs from the contest to see how I did against the rest of the operators. This was my 1st QSO Party from AZ so I had lots of fun.  73's!

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 November 2015 12:48
 
Logs Received 2015 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 14 October 2015 22:14

Note:  there may be more paper entries in the PO Box, but all online files have been received.  Any further online files will be listed as checklogs.

Total logs received through 10/31/15:  128

Log submission deadline:  10/31/15

AA5DE
AA6DX
AB5XM
AB7BB (AB7BB, AB7AA)
AB9CA/7
AE1T
AE4M
AE5TD
AE7DW
AI4DB
AK6TR
K3TW
K4BLL
K4BSK
K4VBM
K4XU
K5KPE
K5MLY
K5TIA
K6CSL
K6ESS
K6KHB
K7ANT
K7JQ
K7L (K6LL)
K7T
K7ULS
K7WP
K7ZOO
K9GDF
K9SG
K9WZB
KA3UOL
KA5PVB
KB1VUN
KB7N
KC0IUY
KC3ASH
KC5R
KC6MIE
KC7V
KC9ZJI
KD5ILA
KD9AEZ
KD9DEY
KE7DX
KE8ANS
KF5CYZ
KF5WFL
KF7ZKA
KG7ULZ
KI0HA
KI6OY
KI7MT
KJ4IWZ
KK6PLG
KN4Y
KY7M
N0ZTO
N1CC
N3TG
N4ARO
N4JF
N5CWA
N5NMH
N6ENO
N6MU
N7BK
N7INV
N7MZW
N7TEW
N7WRO
N8OT
N9NA
N9NBC
N9WL
NA2X
NA4K
NC6B
NG7Z
NM5WB
NS8O
NV9P
NX4N
VA3ATT
VA7BWG
VE2BWL
VE2GT
VE3LVW
VE3VSM
VE7CV
VE8NSD
VE9BK
W0SEB
W1END
W2CVW
W2RR
W4ANT
W4BK
W4UT
W5HNS
W6SAN
W6ZQ/7
W7CAR
W7GF
W7GKF
W7JKC
W7JSD
W7KAM
W7MIN
W7ON
W7WW
W8JPF
W8KNO
W9OA/9
WA3SOR
WA8ZBT
WB0IWG
WB6ETY
WB7CYO
WC7Q
WK7S
WM7RC
WN7Y
WO7V
WX7JM
WY7AA
WZ6ZZ
Last Updated on Monday, 02 November 2015 20:03
 
2015 Bonus Station PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 08 October 2015 09:58

The Bonus Station for this year is the Mesa Amateur Radio Club, WM7RC.

Please be advised that the N1MM+ Logging software still shows W7SA as the Bonus Station.  Bonus points will be scored independently of the logging software used, so will not be an issue, but for the extra Bonus points, work WM7RC.

 
Arizona QSO Party Website Migration PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 29 September 2015 13:17

Our ISP decided to change versions of PHP in the recent past, disabling the left-side links normally available there.  What this means to us is we need to migrate our CMS (Content Management System) to a later version.  The good news is that the top-menu buttons still work, so the Rules, Multipliers, Logging, Awards, and Planned Operations pages are available as normal.  I'll put some links to other good information to have below.  With AZQP being only a couple of weeks away, the website migration will have to wait until AFTER the AZQP.  Rest assured, all meaningful data before and after the contest will be available on this FRONT/HOME Page.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 September 2015 14:10
 
2015 Arizona QSO Party Announcement! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 27 September 2015 20:05

Announcing the 2015 Arizona QSO Party, sponsored by the ARRL Arizona Section and Catalina Radio Club, from Oct 10 1600Z to Oct 11 0600Z and Oct 11 1400Z to Oct 11 2359Z.  Phone, CW and Digital modes on 160/80/40/20/15/10/6/2 meters.  Single-Op, Multi-Op, Arizona Multi-Multi, Arizona County Expedition and Mobile categories.  Work stations once per band and mode.  Mobiles may be worked once per band and mode in each county.  County Line operations (two counties max) count as 2 QSOs.  Outside Arizona exchange sequential serial number and location (State, Province, or DXCC Prefix).  Arizona Stations send sequential serial number and State/County abbreviation. 

Suggested Frequencies (kHz):
CW:  1812, 3548, 7048, 14048, 21048, 28048, 50048.
SSB:  1848, 3848, 7189, 14248, 1348, 28448, 50148.  FM Simplex:  146.48MHz. 

One point per Phone QSO, two oints for CW and Digital QSOs.  Multipliers for non-AZ entries are the 15 AZ counties by band and mode.  Multipliers for AZ entries are States, Provinces, and DXCC Countries by mode.  Final score is total QSO points times total multipliers + 100pts for Special Event Station Mesa ARC, WM7RC

Mail logs no later than Oct 31 to Catalina Radio Club, C/O Gary Keck, PO Box 17811, Tucson, AZ  85731 or via email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . For full rules, along with log and summary sheets, Cabrillo electronic file format, and Award information, see
http://www.azqsoparty.org.

Arizona Operators:  announce your own planned AZQP operation so we can cover ALL Arizona Counties.  Please send planned operation details to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Looking forward to hearing you on the air!

 
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