No July Meeting
(Too tired from Field Day)
Field Day Preliminary Results
I took a look at this year’s QSO results vs. last year and we are about 200 points higher than last year. The reason was the 332 CW contacts which count two points each. We only had 111 SSB contacts vs last year’s 341, but with CW contacts counting 2 points each added up. Congrats to the CW ops who really made the difference.
Now to collect all the bonus point and GOTA documentation to finalize results.
Stan Edwards, WA4DYD
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