Name and date of birth of an early Russian wireless telegraph experimenter:
Aleksander Popov 16-03-1859
Results (Award and Participation Point):
|ALEKSANDER:||JW7QIA UA2FL YU7JDE IK5VLP PH75S/J DL4KCA IQ2DN GW3KDB EA7AJR RI1FJ|
|POPOV:||ON7PQ LA7JO PA5TT LX1NO DL7SBV|
|16031859:||G1FCW EA6SX OG3077F PA3FQA DK1AX HA8QZ DL5MX 9A4WY|
|ALEKSANDER:||HA8FK OK7FL E74IW IK2RMZ IS0HFE 9A4WY ON4ATW DF2DM G4BUE G3RWF|
|POPOV:||LY2PX OG3077F SM5COP HA5OV SV0XCC/9|
|16-03-1859:||I1YRL EA6NB EI80IRTS HA3GZ ER1DA DK8IT S59AA 9A2WJ|
|ALEKSANDER:||UA3TBY DL3GAK LA9LE G0TAK DK2SC DL2IAD OZ4UN DJ3GS DJ9IE DL2RST|
|POPOV:||PA3ECJ DA0TTO DL9FCP M0KLO II5LDV|
|16031859:||DJ1IJ SN60KAT DL0GH PA3BYW W1AW R1812MB DL250COAL DL9DBI|
Enjoy the EU Challenges. Happy that the higher bands finally opened up again. 72, Terry W9UX #0033
Received my new KX3 on October 20. Finished building it 9PM that evening. Worked several DLs in the WAG contest which of course don’t count for the challenge. The morning of the 21st at 1507 after the WAG ended, worked OG3077F to start work on the challenge. High bands in great shape, so it was easy and I finished the challenge by 1645Z on the 22nd. Love the EU challenges WHEN the bands cooperate. HI Thanks Ton and Matt.
I try all calls working on 30m. Only 2 on 40m and 1 on 80m with 500 mW is the final result. TRX Ft817 Hy end fed ant. Rien PA7PYR #4443
It took me a long time to catch the ‘8’. Most of the QSOs were made with my modified RockMite 80 (ceramic resonator, RIT control and CW filter).