Name and date of birth of an early American wireless telegraph experimenter:
Mahlon Loomis 26-07-1826
Results (Award and Participation Point):
MAHLON: YT9M EA4DRV PA4VHF ON4CLQ F5UPO HA3NU
LOOMIS : DL1DGS RA1AOB OM3SX OM2VL IK1QHB ES3AX
26071826: 2O12L LZ916SS IS0GQX UT7UJ SP1NY HA8UT LY2FN OK6DJ
MAHLON : Y53M S53A GU4CHY YL2BJ OM5DP OH6NVC
LOOMIS : DL2DX 2O12L OP4K UW2M EI9JF SO2R
26071826 : OM2BL OG6N MU0FAL R7LV RW1A EW8O YL2KO RT6T
MAHLON: EW/DL3LUM 9A0QRP 9A/SP9MZH DL1LBV SM5OMP EA3DQN
LOOMIS: DL4ZBY DJ2OD EA1OD GB0YAM IT9QAU SY1ENG
26071826: DK2SC DJ6IH G0NXA HA7MQ IZ1DPS DL8NBG EM200L OH6HKD
What a great challenge. And CHALLENGE it was with only being
allowed to take one letter from each call. With our different USA challenge rules of 2 letters per each letter in a call, I finished the USA challenge in just a few days despite the huge number (118) of letters. It took me 19 days to finish the EU challenge with just 20 letters. It was also tricky juggling calls around to fit. Some calls I worked could be used for 3 or 4 different letters and after using them for one letter, then I’d have to move them to another letter when I got another call with the same letter. It’s about as tricky to explain as it was to do it. HI Also conditions to EU were not all that great this month, although they were better than the last half of July. Looking forward now to the Oct/Nov EU challenge. Great work in putting the EU challenges together Ton and Matt. Congrats and thanks from NAQCC VP John K3WWP (#0002).
A great challenge. After seeing it mentioned in the NAQCC Newsletter wanted to give it a try. Was fun and challenging. Good luck with upcoming challenges. 72, Terry W9UX #0033
I enjoy participating. Some are only 500mW output.
Trx FT 817 in a high end fed antenna, all on 30m.
73, PA7PYR Rien
The number of participants has doubled! Will this become a trend? 😉 Ton #5880