CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB Call: LB8IB Operator(s): LB8IB Station: LB8IB Class: SOAB(A) HP QTH: Rakkestad Operating Time (hrs): 44 Radios: SO2R Summary: Band QSOs Zones Countries ------------------------------ 160: 147 6 37 80: 543 15 71 40: 722 24 97 20: 1092 31 108 15: 1526 34 122 10: 234 28 112 ------------------------------ Total: 4264 138 547 Total Score = 6,000,600 Club: LA Contest Club
LB8IB was LN8W in ARRL DX SSB 2015.
Hope to see you again next year.
LJ8IB worked Single Op All Bands High Power from The Whisky Team station last weekends ARRL SSB contest.
Edit: Here is the 3830 listing.
In connection with the Bicentenary of the Norwegian Constitution 1814-2014 we will celebrate by using a special prefix LI(Lima India) LI8W. Please also look for our personal call signs LJ1GB and LJ8IB during this period. They are even more rare! We hope you will enjoy the celebration on air and our QSL cards.
Special QSL cards are printed by UX5UO for the occasion.
We will do a multi op this year in CQWW SSB. It will be a semi serious MS effort. Operators will be LA9VDA Trond, LB8IB Olaf and LB1GB Bjorn. Hope to meet you on the air.
Remember to have fun and play fair!
Also watch the SAC NTC on http://cqcontest.net/teams/nationteams.php
NTC = National Team Competition
Olav LB8IB will pilot the station in this years ARRL Phone. Check out our http://justin.tv/thewhiskyteam channel for live streaming, but the most important part is to get on the air and work stations!
LB8IB will activate LN8W in this years SAC SSB. He is also a part of the Norwegian NTC team. More info on NTC at www.sactest.net.
You can also follow the NTC scoring live at http://cqcontest.ru/teamscore.jsp
See you in the contest!
Bjorn, LB1GB is signing LN8W in the CQ WPX SSB contest.
Contest period: 0000 UTC 24 March – 2359 UTC 25 March 2012
“There were two notable rule changes for 2012. The first is a definition of where power is measured. “Power is measured at the final output connector of the transmitter.” The second is to remove the 275Km distance limitation from the club competition.” Continue reading