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NameCalle-mailStateCountryARCI #Entry CategoryQSOs with members * 5 pointsQSOs with membersQSOs; non-members, diff continent *4QSOs: non-members, different continentQSOs; non-members, same continent*2QSO; non-members, same continentS/P/C totalPower >5 Watts = x1; >1 - 5 Watts = x7; >250 mW - 1 Watt = x10; >55 mW -250 mW = x15; 55 mW or less = x20Final ScoreStation Description

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Bob PattenK6JSS/4n4bp@bellsouth.netFL1AB11752354641161507517672204048

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Brian KasselK7REbriank7re@gmail.comSD3623AB8901781082776381277954786

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Brian CampbellVE3MGYvy2mgy@sympatico.caONVEAB660132205106539410738840ICOM 756; verticals and extended Zepps

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Jim LagesonN0URn0ur@comcast.netMN6846AB720144641656281117652680

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John LaineyK4BAIk4bai@arrl.netGA1208AB5451093694020907391230

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Al DawkinsK0FRPal@adawkins.comCO8601AB5451092468241707318990K3; 40 and 20 meter loops

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Larry BurchettKC0Mljburchett@suddenlink.net MO4485AB485972054422837318969

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Paul KirleyW8TMpkirley@fuse.net OH11960AB4559148124221807305200

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Bob MackenzieVC3ARCIrobert.mackenzie@rogers.comVE12259AB455913284623807298480K2; vertical and wire antennas

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Ed DybowskiWD7Ywd7y@sbcglobal.netNV9657AB345692465628667196350Ten Tec Orion 2; Doublet, VerticalGreat days are back and EA QSOs made the contest brighter.

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Charles FulpK3WWchasfulp@gmail.comPA545AB125254511.254522.51177176085K3 5 watts; 80 mtr 1/4 vertical; 160 inv L; 40 402CD at 75'; 10/15/20 Stack of 2 Bencher skyhawks at 90/60 when west 3 Skyhawks 90/60/30 when on europe. SteppIR backup West antenna for 15

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Lawrence MasoNU4Blopwr@bellsouth.netAB6104AB325654812168637171549HW-9, K2  Ant: Butternut HF5B, Carolina Windom Short 80Good condx. 10 meters was good for EU contacts. I wish I would have heard more of them. Fell
asleep Sat. night so I missed most of 80 meters. Much fun!! Thanks everybody for the QSOs.

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Ron PettingillN7RN rnjphoto@msn.comAZ8099AB26553123189547111510Flex 3000, Yagi and wire antennas

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Joe VrabelKD2JCkd2jc@optimum.netNj5787AB255511643618517109599

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Pat ByersVE3EURve3eur@rogers.comONVE3447AB270542052010497106330

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Don YoungerW2JEKDonnan917@aol.com NJ4631AB260522052412497104272FT-840, OHR 100, OHR 40

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Mert NellisW0UFOmertnellis@msn.comMN9720AB28557164281436782908

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John ThompsonK3MDjwt105j@yahoo.comPA1114AB2855782381934778778

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Bill CunninghamK4KSRVA12712AB155314010126381078660K1; Attic dipoles

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Dave LarsenN9ZXLschwaahh@att.netIL3758AB2855782361833775999

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Paul BeringerNG7Zng7z@arrl.net WA11300AB170348216853771974

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Mike VE2THve2th@videotron.caQC5885AB20040205261341770602

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Dave ReidVE6BIRreiddn@shaw.caVE4059AB220448212642770560FT-817; rotatible dipole and G5RVConditions appeared to be better than activity levels, but maybe city noise makes me deaf. Glad to finally make some 10m, 15 m contacts

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Bob BillingsbyKC9URrobert7724@comcast.net IN5918AB220448212641768880TS-590S; Homebrew Verticals

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Jim StonebackK4AXFpstoneback@comcast.netVA2347AB2705412316832766752ICOM 706; 136' Doublet

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Steve WhittonK9ISswhitton@centurytel.net WI10711AB18036307.58440761040ICOM 703; horiz. Loop

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John CollinsKN1Hjcnh@comcast.net NH4937AB200404110540759920

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Larry CardW9CClcard@hrtc.netIN3658AB175352052140755160

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George TibbetsKF4UCCkf4ucc@hotmail.comVA13571AB180368214734748076

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Charlie BlackburnWX4CBstormchaseruk@gmail.comFLAB15030287221130742000

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Ray CornelisonKJ4AOMray@raycoautomation.comKY14431AB155312468432741888K3; dipoles

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Lee HiersAA4GAlee.hiers@gmail.comGA14410AB1603224616824733600FT-817; Delta Loop and end fed antennas

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Bill SchmidtWV1Nfretjock@hotmail.comCT13522AB135274118930732970

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Tom DooleyK4TJDtjdooley@comcast.netGAAB140281236328730968

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Hank GreebN8XXn8xx@arrl.orgMI6116AB125258210525725025Drake TR-5; inverted vee

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Eric CastroVA3AMXva3amx@gmail.comVEn/aAB115234110522719866K2; Cushcraft R5 and G5RV

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"Mike" MichaelW3TSdamichael@verizon.net PA3315AB90184184131013260 Orion at 1 watt; 160M 1/8 wave tee, 80/40M Dipole up 60 feet, 2el 20M yagi up 50 feet

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Jeff HetheringtonVA3JFFva3jff@yahoo.caONVE9223AB75154100161012640FT-817; 44' end fed

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Daniel ArbogastN0DAn0da@arrl.netOR6455AB1102202116712544

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Sheldon ParkerK2MENk2men@comcast.netNJ11935AB9018412117711424

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Sandor TothNB1Nsandortoth_2000@yahoo.com MAAB9018412116710752

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Jim FittonW1FMRmrtate@telus.netNH4963AB6513164421679520Ten Tec Argosy; end fed long wireGreat contest and a favorite of mine since early 1980s. Wish I had more time to operate this fall contest.

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Jim CluettW1PIDjim@w1pid.com NH10315AB5010246421678736

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Scott McMullenW5ESEscottamcmullen@yahoo.com TX13124AB501001051475880Ten-Tec Omni 6; 300' Horizontal LoopI had guests this year, so could only participate for a little while. Good to hear some activity on 10 meters.

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Paul GerhardtK3PGphgerhardt@gmail.comNY6744AB367.200841574620ATS-4; End Fed Half Wave and KI6J EFHW tunerPortable Op from Rhinebeck Aerodrome in NY. A great day of operating.

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Dan BirnbaumAD6JYdancbirnbaum@gmail.comCA7778AB601200211074340K2: vertical

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Rem O DonnelleyK6BBQmarinqrp@gmail.com CA14316AB3570105972835FT-857a: ATAS-120AThe first six QSOs were made while I was Recumbent Tricycle Mobile riding beside the North San Francisco Bay.

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Check logJerry MetzN1Qllhadjenek@yahoo.com ONVEAB30600216101920

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The KnightLites QRP AssociationWQ4RP; AB4PP, AA4XX, AE4IC, W4MY, W4MPS, N3GOaa4xx@bellsouth.netNCAB; Multi; one xmtr67013480201045210676336682 K2s, Sierra Wilderness, Argonaut II; TH-6, verticals, dipolesThe Knighlites team consisted of AE4IC, AB4PP, W4MY, W4MPS, N3GO, and AA4XX.
Conditions seemed a bit off, but we had a ball operating together. AE4IC was deemed Top Band
Czar for his FB effort on 160M. AB4PP snagged T32C on 10M running his Sierra at 1W. AA4XX
ran a number of EU QRP'ers on 10M early Sunday morning. W4MY was the first of our team to
work our new ARCI Contest Manager K9JWV. W4MPS picked up bunches of mults on 20M, and N3GO
stopped by to support the operation late Saturday night. 40M finally opened up Saturday evening,
providing a fair number of contacts. 20M was our bread and butter band. 10M was a pleasant surprise,
providing a good number of contacts with our EU QRP friends.

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Multi-op, one transmitterK4AENkk4r@cox.net VAAB; Multi; one xmtr19539246221143772541

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Multi-op, one transmitterJoe WhiteWA4GIRjwhite001@bellsouth.netNC8253AB; Multi; one xmtr1452916414726731850

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Guru JauregiEA2IFea2if@hotmail.com EAn/aHB 7201441323334171097676018 Kenwood TS-940SAT; HY-GAIN TH5-DX Thanks to the organisers. I enjoyed very much the contest with great propagation conditions on 10 AND 15m. Thanks to my team mates for being on the air, despite difficulties, working and contributing to improve the MONTeam score (at least trying to). I hope to be on for the 2012 Spring event but I'm not sure I'll get the time for that. In case it won't be possible, I hope to copy you on next Fall QSO Party. Have a nice winter!

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Jorge AccunziEA2LUa2lu@telefonica.netEA13578HB 57011480202412877410466ICOM 7800; 3 element Yagi

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Alfonso GalardoEA4CWNea4cwn@ure.esEAn/aHB 440884010168647222208FT-920; Tennadyne T6I enjoy very much this year. Excelent conditions on 28 and 21 but not in 14Mhz....ohhhhh!!! TNX for all the job of make possible this contest!!

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Pete HardieCG5VApeteros@shaw.caVE6032HB 265532461265210156520ICOM 735 dwn to < 12 watt; 3 el beam

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Agustin RodriguezEA2AZrebollo@tudela.comEAn/aHB 290582052010557127050

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Mike BakerK7DDk7dd@cox.netAZ12068HB 225458212641770315TS-2000; trap verticalParticipation seemed up this time. I hope the trend continues. I didn't have as much time to operate as I would have liked but it was still fun

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Will BowserK9FOwoody7258@sbcglobal.netIL5008HB 1903828714738761712Orion; 3-band dipole Limited time but lots of fun. Several DX Nice to hear lots of stations. 73/72, Will K9FO

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Craig BehrensNM4Tcraigb44@msn.comAL8137HB 2154300221134756406

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Terry YoungK4KJPk4kjp@centurytel.netAL3759HB 125254118928728812

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Chuck StroudKA8HDEka8hde79@yahoo.comMN13826HB 13527822125725375

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Bill BurrowsWA7NCLwa7ncl@yahoo.comWAHB 13026416325724500

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Ron SilviaWB1HGAroncasa@verizon.netMA4522HB 110224110524720832Ten Tec Argo 509; G5RVCould only be on air some of time; 20 meters was good but sorta went
flat (here) mid Sunday afternoon. 15 meters wasn't as populated as I
hoped. Had fun participating. The 509 did excellent in crowded
conditions with only 3 watts.

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JohannON6MSjohan_smet@telenet.beONHB 105213696320720580FT-1000MP; 2 ele 3 band beam up 15mI could only enter the party on Saturday 14-20 UTC, but enjoyed every minute!

I could only enter the party on Saturday 14-20 UTC, but enjoyed every minute!

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Randy JonesK8FZJk8zfj.randy@gmail.comRI4653HB 80164121171014620ICOM 703; G5RV

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Ted AlbertAB8FJted.albert@fuse.netOH8544HB 601282421577560

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Ken NormanVE7KBNkacn@shaw.caVE14246HB 751500001477350ICOM 7000; Cushcraft 3 band vertical

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Harold SlackVE5BCShslack42027@gmail.com VE13032HB 5511123421275964ICOM 7000; loop antenna @ 25 feetBands were busy

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Ricardo NavarreteEA4ZKricardoea4zk@gmail.comEAn/aHB 255205126973591

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Ade WeissW0RSPAdrian.Weiss@usd.eduAZ3100HB 40800631073220

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Aage GrøsethLA1ENAla1ena.qrp@gmail.comLA12535HB 3570084671806

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Arthur JacksonKA5DWIka5dwi@sbcglobal.netTXHB 3570000771715Yaesu FT747GX @ 4 watts; 125' Inverted Vee

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John MidgleyG3SAOmidgleyjd@googlemail.com UK14391HB 153006347588FT-817; Doublet

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Jon HellanLA4RThellan@acm.orgLA12161HB 04101728

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Jim RodenkirchK9JWVUT 12912LB170340018932742112Ten Tec Argonaut V 516, ATS-4; 43' verticalNo Californians on 80 meters? Fun to work our EA brothren on 15 and 20 meters. Forty ate the pie Saturday morning but came back Saturday evening.

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Kris MerschrodKM2KMKris@merschrod.netNY7272LB751541482418716002

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John EggerK3GHHk3ghh@arrl.netMD6640LB751500001276300

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Carl OlsonWA3SEEwa3see@gmail.comMD4703SB-102044100476725 Watts; DipoleExcellent conditions. Great to hear DJ, F, I, JA and KH6 on 28.060 - Too bad they couldn't hear my QRP replies. My Single Band strategy didn't work out - 5 QSO's Saturday afternoon -
No one answered my calls Sunday afternoon.
Maybe next year.

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Duane DemusKA6AILduainedemus@prodigy.netCA13915SB-1020404247672FT450; Ground mounted vert

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Javier OviedoEA2BVVea2bvv@gmail.comEASB-105100001735FT-450; double bazooka

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Mike TateVA6FUNmrtate@telus.netVE14324SB-1511022828422719404ATS-4; Spider BeamAnother "Fun Adventuer" with Amateur Radio

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John WatkinsN0EVH/Mn0evh@sbcglobal.netKS 11484SB-15501000211073640FT-857; mobile whipTook day trip into nearby Kansas and ran Q's from the mobile. Not a lot of time and contacts, but great fun on the bands and looking at fall colors.

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Dave BurnettWD8KRVwd8krv@arrl.netAZ14158SB-15153002147476HW-8; Center fed Zepp

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Mike BlamaWA8SANabe232@zoominternet.netOH12685SB-2085170211579135

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Grerg MulderWB8LZGwb8lzg@sbcglobal.netMI12521SB-20651300421476762

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John NelsonK5FSEjack.nelson@mindspring.netGASB-2051012637357

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Bob CutterKH6/KIOGki0g@yahoo.comHI3399SB-200824247336

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Walter ThomsasK3ASWwalter.b.thomas@nasa.govMD871SB-4010521826322718326Norcal 40; 40 meter inverted vee

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John JollyWA7NWLwa7nwl@gmail.comAZ3316SB-4035700217102590IC-7000; DipoleMy first QRP ARCI contest even though I’ve been a member for a long time.
Lots of fun. IC-7000 is not a current-or-weight-friendly radio, but with AC and permanent location it’s not a problem – still antenna challenged, though. Thanks for everyone’s patience and the contacts. Will enter another ARCI contest sooner rather than later!

Soapbox: My first QRP ARCI contest even though I’ve been a member for a long time.
Lots of fun. IC-7000 is not a current-or-weight-friendly radio, but with AC and permanent location it’s not a problem – still antenna challenged, though. Thanks for everyone’s patience and the contacts. Will enter another ARCI contest sooner rather than later!
My first QRP ARCI contest even though I’ve been a member for a long time.
Lots of fun. IC-7000 is not a current-or-weight-friendly radio, but with AC and permanent location it’s not a problem – still antenna challenged, though. Thanks for everyone’s patience and the contacts. Will enter another ARCI contest sooner rather than later!
Soapbox: My first QRP ARCI contest even though I’ve been a member for a long time.

Lots of fun. IC-7000 is not a current-or-weight-friendly radio, but with AC and permanent location it’s not a problem – still antenna challenged, though. Thanks for everyone’s patience and the contacts. Will enter another ARCI contest sooner rather than later!

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Aluminum KingsK4BAI; K7RE; N0UR; K6JSS/4 (operated by N4BP)
Team333067232250474202744

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MONteamEA2AZ; EA4ZK; EA2LU; EA2BVV; EA4CWN; EA2IF
EATeam205029210632571439368

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JT Ham CampK5FSE; K4TJDGATeam145121831731325