Results, 15th Annual Stew Perry Topband Distance Challenge

Boring Amateur Radio Club – K7RAT

15125 SE Bartell Road

Boring, OR  97009

http://www.kkn.net/stew/

1-May-2011

 

This results this time around were was written by a guest editor – Paul Obert, K8PO/1.  Hopefully, this will provide a fresh perspective to the contest, instead of the Boring one you have read fourteen times previous.  Enjoy!!  Take it away Paul:

 

The fifteenth running of the Stew Perry contest is now history and this article provides the results.  Readers are encouraged to go to www.k1zm.com/w1bb to read the history of Stew Perry, W1BB who received the first DXCC on 160M on November 1, 1976.  Thank you, Jeff, for preserving this history for all of us to enjoy.  Additional thanks go to Krassy, K1LZ and his team for putting W1BB on the air.  We also thank the Boring Amateur Radio Club for sponsoring and hosting this superior contest www.jzap.com/k7rat/stew.html.

 
The Stew Perry Contest is unique by virtue of the handicapping system that levels the playing field for all stations.  Herb, KV4FZ, said it best, “Whoever was responsible for the structure of this contest, Lew or Tree, please take a bow...let me tell you they know how to put an exciting Top Band event together.  The Stew Perry puts participants in a more equal fair footing… The Stew is truly my favorite”.

 

The 2010 results show exactly that.  N0NI piloted his station to a world high 6,544 points beating all others, operating QRP from Iowa.  Last year he was top World Low Power.  Toni uses a DXE controller to take advantage of the omni-direction feature. He also has four receive antenna systems, a Hi-Z 8 circle array, a Hi-Z four square, and phased 910 foot long beverages spaced 325 feet toward Europe and Japan.  Toni can use these antennas in diversity with the Elecraft K3 in different combinations.  For example, putting the phased Beverages on the main receiver and the 8 circle on the sub-receiver. He says this arrangement is really a lot of fun to use.

 

The top ten results are listed below and show a mix of three QRP, three Low Power, and four High Power entrants.

 

Call

Single/Multi

Power

Score

N0NI

S

Q

6544

K8PO

S

H

5488

CE1/K7CA

S

H

5484

N0TT

S

Q

5244

W1BB

M

H

5082

K3ZM

S

H

5025

WB9Z

S

L

5020

W9RE

S

L

4694

K0PK

S

Q

4672

NO3M

S

L

4568

 

Station hardware for the top ten is also an interesting mix.  It is always fascinating to see what the operator at the other end of the QSO is using. Tony, N0NI, operates from a very successful single op and multi-op station in Iowa. Using 5 watts, he beat everyone in the world by a big margin.  He also won the golden log plaque with zero busted calls. Paul, K8PO’s station, is a full size Rohn 25 vertical with 100-300 foot radials.  Two one wavelength reversible beverages to NE, SW, NW and SE handle the receiving.  An Elecraft K3, Acom 2000A and Win-Test complete the inside hardware. Al, CE1/K7CA , uses a 42 foot top loaded vertical with 32 quarter wave radials.  His receiving setup is a broadside/endfire phased vertical array pointing north plus a one wavelength beverage pointing to 330 degrees.  K3’s in diversity mode and a Ten-Tec Titan helped Al work a dozen Europeans and a similar number of Asians.

 

Charlie, N0TT, also uses a full size Rohn 25 with 85 radials. It is fed with open wire line to keep losses low. For receiving, he uses two one wavelength beverages in the usual NE/SW and NW/SE directions.  In addition, he has a 9 circle array, 420 feet in diameter, with 20 foot elements. An Elecraft K3 does the transmitting and receiving. W1BB was the multi-op using the K1LZ station.  Mladen, NU5Y and Velimir, K3JO, teamed with K1LZ to   muster a strong effort honoring our namesake Stew Perry, W1BB.  For more information, please go to http://www.qrz.com/callsign.html?callsign=w1bb . Peter, K3ZM, has dramatically improved his station to include a full size four square. It sits on his property, flooded by salt water three times in the last five years.  For good measure, Peter also laid down 240, 125' foot long copper radials.  On receive he uses several beverages and verticals with phasing.  His Elecraft K3 and Alpha 91B are the inside hardware.

Jerry, WB9Z, uses a 160 foot series-fed base insulated guyed tower with 120 foot radials for transmit and an Elecraft K3 fed by six single wire beverages and a two wire beverage all 880 feet or longer for receiving. Mike, W9RE, has a quarter wave vertical for transmit fed by an Icom IC-7800.  His receive antenna is an 8 vertical circle array (W8JI EFBS) which are phased to hear in 8 directions.  His second station is an Icom IC-781 with roofing filter fed by a SE and NE beverage, both 500 feet long.  This combination enables Mike to operate SO2R within 5 KHz of his transmit frequency.  Often plagued by noise on top band, this time his QTH was relatively noise free.

 

Paul, K0PK, has a 95 foot vertical, Yaesu FT2000 at 5 watts and N1MM for logging. Using this gear, he worked a few Europeans and his longest QSO was KH6LC at 6342 km.    Eric, NO3M’s transmit antenna is an 88 foot aluminum tubing vertical with 96, 80-130 foot radials.  His beverage receiving array consists of 14 elements, all in a staggered end-fire combination covering all compass points.

 

The top ten finishers use verticals with low ground losses for transmit, beverages and or phased vertical arrays for receive.  The good news is you will hear them and they will hear you if you call in.

 

Special mentions are as follows:

 

·       Jerry, KE9I’s result is very noteworthy since he had more QSO’s than anyone else.  He uses an Elecraft K3 and Acom 2000A with Win-Test for logging.  His transmit antenna is a 70 foot top loaded vertical with many radials.  His receiving antennas are two wire beverages, each 750 feet long pointing NE/SW, NW/SE and E/W.

·       TM6M is the Western Brittany Contest Team station.  Operated by F1AKK and F8DBF, their 26M high vertical with top loading and 68 radials for transmit and beverages for receiving won top score in Europe.

·       Herb, KV4FZ, had the big score from the Caribbean.  Not an easy task since QRN often rises above QSO permissible levels.

·       TF4M and ZL4AS worked a 17,774 km path for the longest QSO.  Cliff, ZL4AS, was using a 15M high dipole with an Elecraft K3 and Yaesu FL-7000 amplifier.  On the other side, Thor, TF4M, uses an antenna, which he calls, “The Arctic King”, a vertical on the edge of the sea.  You may view his antenna at http://tf4m.com.

·       Rich, KL7RA, had the highest score above 60 degree latitude.

·       Rick, N6RK, had the California high score.

·       Sergei, UA6LFQ, was the top low power scorer from Europe.

·       Bill, VE3MMQ, was the top score from Canada

·       The JA3YBK Mt. RF Multi-Multi Contest Club was the high score from Japan. 

 

Overall, the scores were lower than 2009.  High score then was 8,048 points compared to 6,544 for 2010. Logs submitted in 2009 were 821 and the 2010 contest had 722.  We have been blessed by great top band conditions over the past few years.

 

Well Stew, how did we do?  I think he would have been very proud of each entrant’s participation and score.

 

73, Paul K8PO

 

 

 


Thanks Paul.  Once again, thanks to the many sponsors who stepped up and supported this contest with some hard earned dollars, a very robust list of plaques were available.   Unless specifically sponsored as a mult-operator plaque – all plaques are for single-op entrants only. 

 

Plaque Donor

Category

Plaque Winner

KL7RA

Top Number of QSOs

KE9I

KL7RA

Top Score, Multi, Outside NA/Europe

KH6LC

W2GD Contesting Team

Top Score, World, Multi

W1BB

TF3KX / Aurora Borealis Award

Top Score, > 60 Deg N Geomagnetic Latitude

KL7RA

W7KF

Oldest Op with > 50 QSOs

W7LR

KB7Q

Top Score, World, QRP

N0TT

N5IA

Top Number of Grids Worked

WF2W

KH6LC / VK-ZL Challenge

Top Score, VK/ZL

ZL3IX

KR2Q / Golden Log Award

Top Number of QSOs w/o bust

K1GU

AE6RF

Top Score, Portable QTH

CE1/K7CA

N0TT

Youngest Op > 50 QSOs

KJ4FDV

K7FL

Top Score, 100% S&P

K2XX

K1EP

Top Score by YL Op

F8BPN

K6ND / K6SE Memorial

Top Score, World

N0NI

N7UA

Top Score, World, High Power

K8PO

N9ADG

Top Score, Asia

C4M

N7JW

Top Score, Japan

JH4UYB

K7CA

Top Score, Zone 17, 18, 22, 23

JT1CO

W7RH

Longest QSO – Low Power

WB9Z

F8BPN

Top Score, Low Power, Europe

UA6LFQ

WA5VGI

Top Score, California

N6RK

SP4K

Top Score, Multi, Europe

TM6M

W0UCE

Top Score, USA, Low Power, Single wire for TX and RX

K1EP

NA0Y

Top Score, USA

K3ZM

K9DX

Top Score, Europe

E77DX

WA2DFI

Top Score, Canada

VE3MMQ

K3TN

Best Soapbox Write-up

K3FIC

TF4M

Longest QSO, High Power (x2)

TF4M / ZL4AS

Horned Toad Acres Wireless

Top Score – Central/South America

KV4FZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We tip our Boring hat to Lew, W7EW, who organized the plaque listing and is the one who will assure your plaque is procured and shipped to you before the next running of this fine contest. 

 

Here are the score listings – sorted by category. 

 

Busts = QSOs removed for incorrect callsign or received information, or not-in-log.

QSO = Number of valid QSOs after removing Dupes and Busts.

QRP = Number of QRP stations worked (4X multiplier)

LOW = Number of low power stations worked (2X multiplier)

Overtime = Number of QSOs removed because operating time was in excess of 14 hours.

 

Single operator - High power

 

CALL

Category

Power

Grid

Raw QSOS

Dupes

Busts

QSO

Points

Grids

Best DX

DX KM

QRP

LOW

TIME

Overtime

K8PO

SingleOp

High

FN54

724

24

8

692

5488

297

ZL3IX

15169

27

175

819

0

CE1/K7CA

SingleOp

High

FG41

292

2

7

283

5484

174

JA4CUU

17659

0

31

639

0

K3ZM

SingleOp

High

FM17

712

9

14

689

5025

301

JH4UYB

11458

28

176

822

0

KV4FZ

SingleOp

High

FK77

429

1

42

386

4205

228

ZL3IX

13898

6

72

759

0

N2IC

SingleOp

High

DM52

592

7

8

577

4017

231

ZL3IX

11551

23

148

716

0

TF4M

SingleOp

High

HP85

440

6

15

419

3920

236

ZL4AS

17774

14

82

752

0

KL7RA

SingleOp

High

BP40

351

5

9

337

3870

189

CE1/K7CA

12200

11

66

720

0

WF2W

SingleOp

High

FN13

652

0

14

638

3654

272

UU7J

8197

24

148

785

0

VE3MMQ

SingleOp

High

FN14

586

7

9

570

3599

247

ZL3IX

14583

24

150

762

0

E77DX

SingleOp

High

JN84

473

2

25

446

3579

252

N7DD

9994

10

88

816

0

KE9I

SingleOp

High

EN61

739

0

15

724

3542

266

JA3YBK

10473

30

182

806

0

K6ND

SingleOp

High

FN42

554

5

5

544

3454

256

JA3YBK

11020

18

128

822

0

N8OO

SingleOp

High

EM31

559

0

13

546

3360

222

A62ER

12847

20

148

819

0

N2KW

SingleOp

High

FN32

499

14

7

478

3251

237

UU7J

8057

23

118

811

0

W5TM

SingleOp

High

EM15

624

18

18

588

3191

226

ZL3IX

12612

26

167

650

0

P40TA

SingleOp

High

FK52

312

4

14

294

3187

179

UU7J

10240

3

33

452

0

K9CT

SingleOp

High

EN50

644

2

9

633

3029

238

JA3YBK

10465

29

169

769

0

VE6WQ

SingleOp

High

DO33

429

0

28

401

2969

179

CE1/K7CA

9948

11

112

534

0

K1LT

SingleOp

High

EM89

648

6

19

623

2931

247

ZL3IX

13885

24

150

787

0

WD5R

SingleOp

High

EM45

602

16

11

575

2829

215

ZL3IX

13050

28

156

765

0

KG7H

SingleOp

High

DN18

409

3

10

396

2796

183

ZL3IX

12269

15

115

758

0

K9NW

SingleOp

High

EN71

613

18

9

586

2737

234

JH2FXK

10567

24

161

741

0

UW2M

SingleOp

High

KN99

324

2

9

313

2639

205

ZL3IX

16482

9

60

788

0

K9DX

SingleOp

High

EN52

574

9

22

543

2532

218

UU7J

8894

21

135

596

0

G3BJ

SingleOp

High

IO82

373

10

6

357

2507

212

VK6GX

14713

14

84

820

0

K3WW

SingleOp

High

FN20

546

9

18

519

2437

223

UU7J

8333

21

127

531

0

RX3APM

SingleOp

High

LO04

331

5

11

315

2377

200

PY1NB

11640

9

71

829

0

N4XD

SingleOp

High

FM05

491

10

12

469

2376

206

UU7J

8983

24

133

724

0

W0PR

SingleOp

High

EN34

519

1

22

496

2339

194

CE1/K7CA

8387

20

140

565

0

G3LET

SingleOp

High

IO90

338

6

10

322

2296

192

VK6GX

14574

10

76

839

0

YL2SM

SingleOp

High

KO37

351

0

14

337

2291

204

ZL3IX

17189

10

78

848

7

K7RL

SingleOp

High

CN88

317

5

4

308

2268

146

UW2M

9013

10

83

394

0

K8FC

SingleOp

High

FN13

445

0

26

419

2258

201

ZL3IX

14536

14

112

588

0

JH4UYB

SingleOp

High

PM64

138

0

3

135

2218

106

CE1/K7CA

17659

1

12

623

0

N6RO

SingleOp

High

CM97

335

3

6

326

2196

161

JA6BZI

9190

12

98

454

0

KU5B

SingleOp

High

EM10

386

2

4

380

2180

181

ZL3IX

12268

14

111

481

0

OH2BO

SingleOp

High

KP20

293

3

5

285

2134

186

CE1/K7CA

13042

9

75

585

0

W0UCE

SingleOp

High

FM06

505

5

12

488

2114

198

UW2M

8703

22

129

805

0

N5LZ

SingleOp

High

DN41

381

10

2

369

2111

166

JH4UYB

9364

17

106

478

0

AB7R

SingleOp

High

CN88

307

0

5

302

2039

148

ZL3IX

11955

11

83

511

0

N5UL

SingleOp

High

DM82

359

5

5

349

2034

176

JH4UYB

10570

14

92

614

0

OK1DOL

SingleOp

High

JN69

369

0

8

361

2030

216

PY1NB

9703

11

85

840

0

W3GH

SingleOp

High

FN00

395

0

16

379

2019

182

UU7J

8557

17

104

477

0

N1LN

SingleOp

High

FM05

408

7

9

392

1984

187

JA3YBK

11408

19

107

488

0

KH7Y

SingleOp

High

BK29

172

0

17

155

1963

94

CE1/K7CA

10467

4

23

496

0

W3KL

SingleOp

High

FM19

442

1

11

430

1891

185

ZL3IX

14333

22

117

600

0

N3IQ

SingleOp

High

FM19

411

3

18

390

1856

178

ZL3IO

13852

22

100

395

0

WJ9B

SingleOp

High

EL89

411

4

12

395

1853

169

UW2M

9554

9

110

898

4

F5IN

SingleOp

High

JN18

305

0

4

301

1778

187

JA3YBK

9749

10

79

578

0

K7MI

SingleOp

High

CN73

260

0

0

260

1748

137

CE1/K7CA

9690

11

77

281

0

G4AMT

SingleOp

High

IO70

179

0

3

176

1707

140

K6XX

8536

6

41

333

0

NK7U

SingleOp

High

DN14

313

2

17

294

1705

146

UU7J

9715

14

91

524

0

G3WPH

SingleOp

High

IO91

267

3

6

258

1626

172

VK6GX

14577

6

71

723

0

JT1CO

SingleOp

High

ON38

166

0

7

159

1618

114

N7GP

10352

2

20

665

0

W8AEF

SingleOp

High

DM33

295

2

13

280

1591

156

JH4UYB

9820

7

68

698

0

W1QK

SingleOp

High

FN31

368

2

18

348

1580

157

UU7J

8137

13

95

447

0

N4PN

SingleOp

High

EM82

361

0

5

356

1577

156

E77DX

8273

14

112

530

0

N6KI

SingleOp

High

DM13

269

1

5

263

1545

142

JA3YBK

9243

8

69

415

0

K9MMS

SingleOp

High

EN51

401

1

6

394

1541

171

CE1/K7CA

7969

14

131

651

0

K9YC

SingleOp

High

CM87

251

2

3

246

1535

135

ZL3IX

11051

13

64

400

0

SE0X

SingleOp

High

JO99

308

7

10

291

1521

182

XU7ACY

8671

8

80

827

0

VE5UF

SingleOp

High

DO61

264

0

8

256

1513

144

CE1/K7CA

9537

8

62

352

0

W9SN

SingleOp

High

EN70

403

0

29

374

1507

170

UU7J

8876

16

116

382

0

RA4LW

SingleOp

High

LO44

196

4

9

183

1488

143

ZL3IX

15862

5

41

491

0

K7HP

SingleOp

High

DM33

302

9

10

283

1468

140

JA3YBK

9536

11

68

855

2

W1KM

SingleOp

High

FN41

226

0

2

224

1467

133

UU7J

8021

7

42

268

0

K1GU

SingleOp

High

EM75

333

2

0

331

1446

167

UU7J

9319

18

101

418

0

F8BPN

SingleOp

High

JN05

263

1

11

251

1442

159

N7DD

8996

9

61

797

0

S53O

SingleOp

High

JN86

301

4

11

286

1440

169

PY1NB

9732

8

82

837

0

SM2M

SingleOp

High

KP03

216

0

1

215

1423

142

XU7ACY

8572

7

59

554

0

N5XJ

SingleOp

High

EM10

294

4

9

281

1422

141

G4AMT

7595

11

80

432

0

JH2FXK

SingleOp

High

PM84

86

0

4

82

1420

74

CE1/K7CA

17295

0

8

489

0

BW2/KU1CW

SingleOp

High

PL04

167

2

4

161

1418

89

N6ND

11139

0

6

526

0

UV5U

SingleOp

High

KO50

252

0

2

250

1409

165

CE1/K7CA

13219

10

65

578

0

N1EU

SingleOp

High

FN32

236

1

0

235

1407

145

JA5DQH

11124

10

63

200

0

W5WMU

SingleOp

High

EM40

307

1

5

301

1393

153

E77DX

8968

9

82

529

0

UA1OMS

SingleOp

High

LP31

210

0

9

201

1392

140

ZL3IX

15993

5

51

636

0

LY9Y

SingleOp

High

KO16

266

0

3

263

1388

175

CE1/K7CA

12838

9

71

716

0

K2AV

SingleOp

High

FM05

357

6

8

343

1360

159

UX2X

8169

17

90

447

0

K4SV

SingleOp

High

EM85

280

1

1

278

1354

151

UW2M

9000

11

77

301

0

N1IW

SingleOp

High

FN42

203

1

5

197

1331

131

UX1UX

7243

7

55

281

0

N4IR

SingleOp

High

EM86

381

4

4

373

1329

156

UU7J

9122

17

106

428

0

DK2OY

SingleOp

High

JO44

275

1

4

270

1322

167

JA3YBK

8968

7

72

787

0

K3WA

SingleOp

High

EN50

341

1

7

333

1272

158

E77DX

8052

15

102

297

0

WS7L

SingleOp

High

CN85

205

1

1

203

1267

119

CE1/K7CA

9736

9

47

734

0

K4SO

SingleOp

High

FM18

325

1

9

315

1262

148

SV3RF

8214

17

98

360

0

N8EA

SingleOp

High

EN82

267

2

2

263

1224

149

UU7J

8598

11

68

427

0

W3TDF

SingleOp

High

FN20

353

2

12

339

1205

127

UW2M

8138

18

93

810

0

KF6T

SingleOp

High

CM98

240

1

7

232

1203

121

JA3YBK

8626

8

70

345

0

N2CU

SingleOp

High

FN02

245

1

1

243

1190

138

ZL3IX

14340

10

70

322

0

K9FO

SingleOp

High

EN61

349

0

11

338

1188

153

CE1/K7CA

7923

15

91

582

0

PA4VHF

SingleOp

High

JO32

248

5

4

239

1149

148

KV4FZ

7269

6

70

660

0

IK0HBN

SingleOp

High

JN62

175

1

1

173

1143

132

JH4UYB

9530

7

44

427

0

W9IU

SingleOp

High

EN60

320

0

12

308

1143

146

UU7J

8977

13

91

268

0

N8BJQ

SingleOp

High

EN80

302

2

2

298

1130

149

CE1/K7CA

7739

13

91

372

0

N4VV

SingleOp

High

EM86

327

4

5

318

1128

142

UU7J

9122

10

88

455

0

UT8IM

SingleOp

High

KN87

207

0

7

200

1111

134

KV4FZ

9464

7

58

806

0

SN7Q

SingleOp

High

JO91

269

2

5

262

1105

164

JA1JRK

8748

8

68

430

0

ZL3IX

SingleOp

High

RE66

47

0

2

45

1098

42

UX2X

17203

0

3

414

0

AD4EB

SingleOp

High

EM65

300

0

4

296

1088

139

TM6M

6616

11

92

284

0

K2XX

SingleOp

High

EM96

228

2

8

218

1074

132

UU7J

9011

8

59

651

0

K0TO

SingleOp

High

DN33

229

2

19

208

1073

115

CE1/K7CA

9052

10

59

286

0

GW3JXN

SingleOp

High

IO72

172

2

9

161

1069

119

K0RF

7164

8

44

300

0

K3TC

SingleOp

High

FM19

274

0

6

268

1058

140

KH7Y

7650

10

78

675

0

W6XI

SingleOp

High

DM42

221

0

16

205

1058

115

CE1/K7CA

7966

8

61

260

0

K3MD

SingleOp

High

FN10

289

4

11

274

1044

136

UU7J

8446

12

73

328

0

SV3RF

SingleOp

High

KM18

136

0

4

132

1044

113

N8OO

9823

4

24

597

0

AC1O

SingleOp

High

FN53

203

0

14

189

1043

119

KH7YS

8243

4

46

523

0

KI6VC

SingleOp

High

DM15

249

1

30

218

1014

107

CE1/K7CA

8572

9

55

464

0

W6NL

SingleOp

High

CM97

151

0

3

148

996

101

CE1/K7CA

8976

6

48

178

0

VE7CC

SingleOp

High

CN99

143

1

6

136

987

95

ZL3IX

12136

3

30

233

0

IV3PRK

SingleOp

High

JN66

219

2

5

212

975

140

PY1NB

9490

5

58

715

0

W6OSP

SingleOp

High

CM88

200

0

6

194

975

107

BW2/KU1CW

10374

8

52

319

0

N4CW

SingleOp

High

FM05

300

0

6

294

958

115

KG7H

3419

14

80

397

0

N3AM

SingleOp

High

FM19

256

1

5

250

946

130

CE1/K7CA

7554

10

81

249

0

UA9KAA

SingleOp

High

MP36

106

0

2

104

932

83

K3ZM

8076

5

24

235

0

PA5KT

SingleOp

High

JO11

162

1

1

160

929

118

N2IC

8593

4

46

382

0

K9MA

SingleOp

High

EN53

255

1

9

245

924

131

CE1/K7CA

8182

12

71

221

0

N1WR

SingleOp

High

FM18

217

1

2

214

918

123

UU7J

8614

9

57

322

0

W0TT

SingleOp

High

EM48

251

1

10

240

917

130

CE1/K7CA

7703

7

79

290

0

N2GC

SingleOp

High

FN30

275

2

2

271

914

113

CE1/K7CA

7642

11

76

533

0

K2TTT

SingleOp

High

FN20

309

4

25

280

885

118

M0DHX

8054

17

68

352

0

K8JQ

SingleOp

High

EM98

294

3

2

289

880

122

KL7RA

5314

15

88

516

0

WX7G

SingleOp

High

DN30

182

0

5

177

879

110

ZL3IX

11894

4

42

293

0

RN3CT

SingleOp

High

KO85

144

0

1

143

873

112

K7RL

8332

3

43

366

0

N6ND

SingleOp

High

DM13

161

1

11

149

854

102

BW2/KU1CW

11139

4

34

346

0

W6UB

SingleOp

High

EM75

211

0

4

207

854

116

UU7J

9319

7

61

251

0

K3STX

SingleOp

High

FM19

209

0

5

204

849

118

SV3RF

8148

7

65

244

0

F6DDR

SingleOp

High

JN38

255

2

10

243

847

153

FM5CD

7197

6

65

799

0

W3SO

SingleOp

High

FN00

222

0

5

217

843

119

CE1/K7CA

7684

6

66

435

0

KO7X

SingleOp

High

DN71

162

1

0

161

826

112

JA3YBK

9487

5

53

188

0

UW5U

SingleOp

High

KN49

183

2

12

169

792

113

VK6GX

12462

7

50

582

0

N6TR

SingleOp

High

CN85

110

0

0

110

787

82

ZL3IX

11711

7

34

89

0

YL2GD

SingleOp

High

KO37

138

0

8

130

784

102

CE1/K7CA

13099

8

32

301

0

W7LR

SingleOp

High

DN45

149

5

10

134

779

91

BW2/KU1CW

10649

2

31

462

0

W8KTQ

SingleOp

High

EN80

289

1

29

259

760

114

G4AMT

5912

12

80

559

0

N7GP

SingleOp

High

DM52

149

2

5

142

737

93

JT1CO

10352

9

34

294

0

ON9CC

SingleOp

High

JO20

176

3

12

161

720

111

N8OO

7901

4

44

479

0

K3TN

SingleOp

High

FM19

194

2

0

192

705

104

KH6LC

7650

8

50

244

0

N4NO

SingleOp

High

EM64

189

0

4

185

682

118

CE1/K7CA

7174

4

47

215

0

SM2CEW

SingleOp

High

KP15

77

0

1

76

681

65

CE1/K7CA

13034

2

12

186

0

DL5AXX

SingleOp

High

JO40

152

0

1

151

675

106

N8OO

8151

7

44

231

0

K2RD

SingleOp

High

CM87

149

2

7

140

670

89

JA3YBK

8542

5

30

406

0

AC0C

SingleOp

High

EM28

193

1

14

178

663

105

KV4FZ

3728

7

52

493

0

DL5MX

SingleOp

High

JO50

161

0

1

160

648

117

KV4FZ

7542

5

49

305

0

K7XC

SingleOp

High

DM09

151

0

6

145

638

91

JA3YBK

8705

5

38

223

0

K6NV

SingleOp

High

CM99

199

1

21

177

627

92

KH6LC

3936

8

34

349

0

N2ED

SingleOp

High

FN20

150

0

17

133

623

89

KH6LC

7802

9

43

171

0

UA4FEN

SingleOp

High

LO23

111

0

3

108

618

88

K3ZM

8494

1

23

523

0

NA3M

SingleOp

High

FM19

154

1

9

144

614

89

CE1/K7CA

7554

3

41

377

0

N4BP

SingleOp

High

EL96

132

0

2

130

612

78

KH6AT

7527

2

28

197

0

RA0FU

SingleOp

High

QN16

62

0

3

59

612

42

CE1/K7CA

16453

0

7

289

0

NT0AF

SingleOp

High

DN98

138

0

9

129

608

93

CE1/K7CA

9037

2

33

473

0

NK7C

SingleOp

High

DM38

125

0

11

114

606

87

JH4UYB

9456

4

21

598

0

KO8Z

SingleOp

High

EN63

203

0

13

190

601

92

N6RO

2937

13

65

269

0

SP7JQQ

SingleOp

High

KO00

154

1

5

148

595

109

K9DX

7680

7

42

393

0

RV1CC

SingleOp

High

KO59

138

0

6

132

594

101

A62ER

4210

4

36

388

0

UA9FGJ

SingleOp

High

LO88

100

0

3

97

590

81

JA3YBK

6255

2

14

470

0

UT3UA

SingleOp

High

KO50

97

0

2

95

568

80

CE1/K7CA

13219

4

19

241

0

FO8RZ

SingleOp

High

BH52

38

0

4

34

566

27

K1LT

9306

1

2

179

0

RX3DBH

SingleOp

High

KO86

135

0

10

125

564

96

JT1CO

4625

3

32

415

0

UZ0U

SingleOp

High

KO50

135

2

6

127

556

100

KV4FZ

8942

2

38

195

0

N6AA

SingleOp

High

DM04

124

0

1

123

544

82

CE1/K7CA

8609

3

22

335

0

N2NS

SingleOp

High

DM06

108

0

4

104

535

70

JH4UYB

9186

4

23

292

0

W5OV

SingleOp

High

EM12

131

0

6

125

526

87

JA3YBK

10698

3

34

157

0

K4XD

SingleOp

High

FM05

129

0

3

126

524

81

UU7J

8983

5

37

214

0

JA0FVU

SingleOp

High

PM97

44

0

0

44

514

39

CE1/K7CA

17065

0

3

285

0

VE3CUI

SingleOp

High

FN03

156

0

10

146

513

79

N6ZFO

3659

11

47

220

0

DL4CF

SingleOp

High

JO51

126

0

2

124

507

96

KV4FZ

7541

4

37

205

0

K5ZD

SingleOp

High

FN42

106

0

1

105

506

76

KH7Y

8093

3

23

94

0

DL5JS

SingleOp

High

JO31

170

3

8

159

491

113

VE3MMQ

5968

4

42

499

0

A45XR

SingleOp

High

LL93

45

0

0

45

487

42

JH7NTJ

7786

1

3

123

0

AA3B

SingleOp

High