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CQ WW VHF is this weekend!

Steve Hutcherson
 

Will look for you and Bill from DM66 on 144.200 CW and 146.58 FM 6m Ssb /cw in same freq I worked Bill W7QQ in the June Contest. May go to DM 76 if condx are good are good. A few points for the group hopefully.😀
73 Hutch # 43
WB5CTS

James Duffey
 

I think the Slack chat is probably preferred. You can also use the DX Cluster and N1MM will post to that automatically.

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM

On Jul 20, 2019, at 07:30, Michael Daly <arrowengineering1@...> wrote:

Where do you want us to spot? On NM VHF Chat page?

Mike, N5SJ

 

From: nmvhf@groups.io [mailto:nmvhf@groups.io] On Behalf Of James Duffey
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2019 7:51 PM
To: nmvhf@groups.io
Subject: [nmvhf] CQ WW VHF is this weekend!

 

The CQ WW VHF Contest is this weekend: 

 

 

This is 6M and 2M only, so things are less hectic than the ARRL contests.  You can also submit a single band entry, that is a log entry for 6M only or, a log entry for 2M only, or a two band log entry. 

 

When you submit your log, please put NM VHF Society for the club. There are no territorial restrictions as in the VHF contests, so you can sub a log for the NMVHF society, no matter where you live. If you operate, no matter how much, please submit a log. We did very well last year in the club competition, finishing second in the nation and slightly ahead of our closest competition in the area, the Arizona Outlaws Contest club. They will be out to best us this year, I am sure. 

 

Please read the rules pertaining to assistance. It is different than the ARRL contests in that you cannot self spot and you cannot use nonamateur means to solicit a contact during the contest. This means no texting, phone calls or chat room. You may spot others though and please do as this will make it easier for everyone. 

 

Although we are on the down side of the Sporadic E season, there have been some 6M openings this week, so check the bands often. If the June contest is any indication, the digital modes will be used heavily. 

See you on the contest! - Duffey KK6MC

 

James Duffey KK6MC

Cedar Crest NM

Michael Daly
 

Where do you want us to spot? On NM VHF Chat page?

Mike, N5SJ

 

From: nmvhf@groups.io [mailto:nmvhf@groups.io] On Behalf Of James Duffey
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2019 7:51 PM
To: nmvhf@groups.io
Subject: [nmvhf] CQ WW VHF is this weekend!

 

The CQ WW VHF Contest is this weekend: 

 

 

This is 6M and 2M only, so things are less hectic than the ARRL contests.  You can also submit a single band entry, that is a log entry for 6M only or, a log entry for 2M only, or a two band log entry. 

 

When you submit your log, please put NM VHF Society for the club. There are no territorial restrictions as in the VHF contests, so you can sub a log for the NMVHF society, no matter where you live. If you operate, no matter how much, please submit a log. We did very well last year in the club competition, finishing second in the nation and slightly ahead of our closest competition in the area, the Arizona Outlaws Contest club. They will be out to best us this year, I am sure. 

 

Please read the rules pertaining to assistance. It is different than the ARRL contests in that you cannot self spot and you cannot use nonamateur means to solicit a contact during the contest. This means no texting, phone calls or chat room. You may spot others though and please do as this will make it easier for everyone. 

 

Although we are on the down side of the Sporadic E season, there have been some 6M openings this week, so check the bands often. If the June contest is any indication, the digital modes will be used heavily. 

See you on the contest! - Duffey KK6MC

 

James Duffey KK6MC

Cedar Crest NM

James Duffey
 

The CQ WW VHF Contest is this weekend: 


This is 6M and 2M only, so things are less hectic than the ARRL contests. You can also submit a single band entry, that is a log entry for 6M only or, a log entry for 2M only, or a two band log entry. 

When you submit your log, please put NM VHF Society for the club. There are no territorial restrictions as in the VHF contests, so you can sub a log for the NMVHF society, no matter where you live. If you operate, no matter how much, please submit a log. We did very well last year in the club competition, finishing second in the nation and slightly ahead of our closest competition in the area, the Arizona Outlaws Contest club. They will be out to best us this year, I am sure. 

Please read the rules pertaining to assistance. It is different than the ARRL contests in that you cannot self spot and you cannot use nonamateur means to solicit a contact during the contest. This means no texting, phone calls or chat room. You may spot others though and please do as this will make it easier for everyone. 

Although we are on the down side of the Sporadic E season, there have been some 6M openings this week, so check the bands often. If the June contest is any indication, the digital modes will be used heavily. 

See you on the contest! - Duffey KK6MC

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM