2006 Ohio QSO Party Results

The 2006 Ohio QSO Party began in grand style. The propagation gods had smiled, and provided short skip on the bread and butter band, 40 meters. Buckeyes were working other Buckeyes, not to mention lots of other friends from nearby states. Twenty meters was working well too, and even a few contrarians were found on 75 SSB.

But about 2 hours in, those same gods said "enough", and turned off the switch. For the rest of the day there were very few in state qsos, mostly very local ones or ones between people at far opposite ends of the state. But the out of state activity held in there, keeping the bands hopping until the crowds wandered down to 80 meters. The normal summertime QRN was there, but nothing like the storms we had to contend with in 2005.

When it all cleared, we had several first time category winners in Ohio, and several new records from out of state. 204 logs were submited, 86 from Ohio and 117 from out of state. Twenty-six Ohio clubs listed scores - is your local club among them?

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Ohio

Single Operator

The top single operator score in Ohio was by Joe Papworth, K8MP, in Delaware County, in the High Power category. Following him in the high power category were John Bastin, K8AJS, and Dave Balint, N8IW, both from Wayne County. The low power single operator winner was Paul Hurm, N8OT, from Butler County. Jeff VanMeter, KA8HQL took second from Perry County, with Erie county's Dan Kovach, W8CAR in show. Reporting the QRP category is easy: just cut and paste from last year. Dan Shepherd, N8IE, of Dayton, is probably running out of space on his walls for all his QRP awards, adding OQP 2006 to the list. CW only efforts by Paul Kirley, W8TM and Alan Moriarty, N8CX followed.

Multi Operator

The N8HR operation from WZ8P's station in Zanesville found a good CW operator (OQP web geek N8VW) to add to their usual excellent phone effort in the multioperator category, but still came up short of the crew operating K8MAD at K9TM's QTH in Sylvania (Lucas county). The K8MAD operation was from the same station and with much of the same crew that holds the OQP multiop record as K8O in 2003.

Mobile

It only figures that people from Motown know how to drive, but the K8BB mobile team also knew how to operate. K8BB, with KK8I as the second operator, drove away from the competition while operating from 24 northern Ohio counties. K8MR and W8DRZ again headed southeast and took second place, with the one man band of Hal Offutt, W1NN, in third.

Rover

The rover category only drew one entry, but a very appreciated one it was. Ralph Metheny, K8RYU, along with KD8CWV, once again activated seven rare counties in southeast Ohio.

Club

The Queen City Emergency Net took Ohio club honors, led by good multioperator teams at K8DV and W8B, and the mobile efforts of N8TFD and AA8HH.

Special

There were no big SSB only efforts this year. Although the biggest phone score was made by overall High Power winner K8MP, the SSB plaque goes to another mixed mode operation, by Bill Collins, W8BD, out in the far northwest corner on Ohio, Williams County. And although there is no plaque for the category, Columbus' Tom Hain, KV8Q, had the top CW score.

Outside Ohio

Judging from the out of state winners, south was the place to be. Paul Newberry, N4PN, set a new single operator record from Macon, Georgia, with 380 qsos. A hundred miles from there, OQP founding father KU8E took low power honors, and another hundred miles away in Alabama, Jerry Fiore, N4JF was the QRP winner. And all three of those efforts are a big part of the reason that the South East Contest Club ran away with the out of state club victory.

Special Honors

DX honors go to Andreas Gilles, DL3GA. Kitty Hevener, WB8TDA, repeats as YL winner.

Statistics

All told, there were 11202 SSB and 17655 CW qsos reported. One could tell we are at a sunspot minimum, as there were only 4 qsos reported on each of 15 and 10 meters; six of those were W1NN/M and W8CAR working on both modes from two counties. We did have a good showing of Ohio's 88 counties. N4PN managed to work 84 of them on one mode or the other, missing only Knox, Marion, Monroe, and Union. The next most unique counties were worked by N4JF (83), K8IR (82), KU8E (81) and W2LHL (78). The ones missed by the top three, with the exception of Preble missed by N4JF and K8IR, were all different. The only county missed by 3 of these top 5 was Union, by N4PN, KU8E, and W2LHL.

2007

The 2007 Ohio QSO Party will be held on Saturday, August 25. Note that the OQP is held on the fourth Saturday of August - not necessarily the last Saturday - so the really long range planners out there can mark down Saturday, August 23 for the 2008 event. Will the sunspots begin their return by then? Can we dodge August thunderstorms? Time will tell, but we hope you will all be back to join us for 2007 Ohio QSO Party.

Plaques

Ohio

CategoryWinnerSponsor
Single Op High PowerJoe Papworth, K8MPFindlay Radio Club
Single Op Low Power Paul Hurm, N8OTCincinnati Buckeye Netters
Single Op QRPDan Shepherd, N8IEKanga US
Single Op PhoneBill Collins, W8BDMuskingum Ham Radio Club
MultioperatorK8MADWayne Amateur Radio Club
MobileDon Chisholm, K8BBLake County ARA
YLKitty Hevener, WB8TDABuckeye Belles
ClubQueen City Emergency NetMad River Radio Club

Outside Ohio

CategoryWinnerSponsor
Single Op High PowerPaul Newberry, N4PNMuskingum Ham Radio Club
Single Op Low PowerJeff Clarke, KU8ECanton Radio Club
Single Op QRPJerry Fiore, N4JFPat Collins, N8VW
Single Op DXAndreas Gille, DL3GANorthern Ohio DX Association

Ohio Results

High Power

CallsignCW QSOs CW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreCountyClub
K8MP3208033287652167162324DELADelaware Amateur Radio Association
K8AJS3579419458551152138016WAYNWayne Amateur Radio Club
N8IW2707243243139655968WAYNWayne Amateur Radio Club
W8WTS17960804325910345114GEAU
AE8M1846346262308936846HAMI
N8BJQ18259001825921476CHAMSouthwest Ohio DX Association
NC8V2018181642018218122ATHEAthens County Amateur Radio Association
AD8P3017156491866614256ALLE
WW8OH0014364143649152LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice

Low Power

CallsignCW QSOs CW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreCountyClub
N8OT240821486538814792316BUTL
KA8HQL225721937141814391949PERR
W8CAR248641596140712581875ERIENorth Coast Contesters
KV8Q36897003689771392FRAN
WB8JUI29887322433011169708SENE
K8NVR197651346533113068640MEDIMedina 2 Meter Group
KF8HR23381743830711964260CLINHighland Amateur Radio Association
WB8CEH17064714524110944799GREEXWARN
W8BD60282738233311043230WILLMaumee Valley Contest Club
WT8C3524228722639628608LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
W8IDM18168441857226352OTTAWest Park Radio-ops
N9AUG15679001567924648DELADelaware Amateur Radio Association
KD5LNO00232882328820416MAHO
N9FN00256772567719712MERCSociety of Midwest Contesters
K8WDN12372111247318031MADI
N8BY00190701907013300CUYA
KR5N322389491217211016WASHMarietta Amateur Radio Club
K3RC87471212995910974WOOD
WD8LQB10342661094810176HAMI
WB8TDA8045121092559460HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
N8GB0015058150588700LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
WB9LBI95440095448360PORTPortage County Amateur Radio Service
W8HH0013357133577581WASHMarietta Amateur Radio Club
WA8TWM0011258112586496LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
K2KW5726291886446292WARR
WD8AJF77390077396006LORAWest Park Radio-ops
W8PN69430069435934CUYAWest Park Radio-ops
K8SM4734181665505600LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice
W3BBO75350075355250ASHT
W8WTD00764776473572HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
W8ASA00633563352205MONT
N8XWO00563756372072ATHEAthens County Amateur Radio Association
NR8U00543854382052LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice
K8YM00533853382014TRUMNorth Coast Contesters
KB8PAI00503650361800LUCA
KG9Z1714161433281400WAYNWayne Amateur Radio Club
KC8OVB00453145311395ATHEAthens County Amateur Radio Association
W8GC55322437291218CUYACuyahoga Amateur Radio Socity
K4UK32170032171088TUSC
N8VZ0040244024960ATHEAthens County Amateur Radio Association
W8KRF0030223022660CUYANorthern Ohio Amateur Radio Society
W8KNO0027212721567PORTMad River Radio Club
N8ZZV0022162216352WARRQueen City Emergency Net
WA8SSQ0022152215330MEDI
W8UL0016151615240LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice
KD8ACO0018131813234CUYALake Erie Amateur Radio Association
WA8YRS00129129108KNOX
KB8UUZ0010101010100PORTPortage County Amateur Radio Service
KD8AUQ00444416LORA
WA8MWA1100112FRAN

QRP

CallsignCW QSOs CW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreCountyClub
N8IE120581325925211743524MONT
W8TM83440083447304HAMI
N8CX64400064405120CUYA
K8WFL00744174413034LAKE

Multi-Operator

CallsignCW QSOs CW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreCountyClub
K8MAD47310110011111474212412764LUCAMad River Radio Club
N8HR4541037521111206214355240MUSKMuskingum Ham Radio Club
K8DV3058131390618171157833CLERQueen City Emergency Net
W8B27893654134313483214BROWQueen City Emergency Net
W8VM1435819171627522875HUROWest Park Radio-ops
N8IHI622774391366613068ASHLAshland Area Amateur Radio Club
W8FT00217492174910633HANCFindlay Radio Club
K8BLP0010156101565656COLUTriangle Amateur Radio Club

Operators

Callsign Operators
K8MADK8CC WD8S K9TM
N8HRWZ8P N8VW W8FHF WX8J KE8YP
K8DVK8CR AA8P KZ4G K8DV
W8BKC8KKC KE4LDS N8XX WB8FGE W9OBQ
W8FTN8RMF N8RMT Seth Calvin
W8VMK8AB AF8C

Outside Ohio Results

High Power

CallCW QSOsCW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreStateClub
N4PN183802006738314783202GA
N8II129561856331411952717WV
W9IU133671034423611140959INSociety of Midwest Contesters
W0BH114551315024510537695KS
K4LTA23175002317534650TNTennessee Contest Group
K4ZGB895171391609022410AL
K6RB905618181087414652CANorthern California Contest Club
DL3GA10564001056413440DX
DL5AWI956200956211780DXCGCG
CU2JT82550082559020DX
OK1AOV68520068527072DX
W8MJ573911868475875MIMad River Radio Club
KN4Y58410058414756FLFlorida Contest Group
N4GG2925211850433397GASouth East Contest Club
KF3CV42300042302520MD
W4NTI292510839332244ALSouth East Contest Club
K3ZT00563756372072PA
K9JIG00543354331782WINortheast Wisconsin DX Association
AB8S2319002319874WV
KD2HE2118002118756NYFrankford Radio Club
K0UK1211441615420COGrand Mesa Contesters of Colorado SKI BUMS #2
W5JLR00666636TXSouth Texas Dx and Contest Club

Low Power

CallCW QSOsCW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreStateClub
KU8E189761226331113969500GASouth East Contest Club
K8IR20976964730512363222MIBay Area Wireless Assn
W2LHL1667523181899333015NJ
K0IO1436243261868828952IA
K7RL1065862361689425756WAWestern Washington DX Club
K4AMC1326235241678625714TN
NA4K905139261297716863TNTennessee Contest Group
K5UV1016113131147415910OK
W0VX834637241207014210TXNorth Texas Contest Club
N3RJ713753341247113845PA
W1DWA947300947313724MA
K8ZZV443179451237612692WI
N2CU854424211096512610NYWestern New York Contest Club
NA9U754133201086111163IN
WF5X583943311017011130MI
KS0T67472319906610362MNMinnesota Wireless Assn
WE9N74511511896210106INSociety of Midwest Contesters
W2CVW69535574588294NJ
K4HAL89450089458010ALSouth East Contest Club
W3AG6337161479517242PAMad River Radio Club
W7GVE69420069425796AZ
NN3W4328281871465244VAPotomac Valley Radio Club
K0MPH533710863455220MNMinnesota Wireless Assn
K4BAI56394460434988GASouth East Contest Club
W6RLL55430055434730AZCentral Arizona DX Assn
W2LRO4733141061434644NJ
N2ZU58390058394524NJ
PA3ARM48400048403840DX
NA3V3125221853433612PA
N0AT3830111149413567MN
N8CQA2419342258413362MISouth East Michigan DX Association
K0LWV3223211653393315MO
KI4EGT45360045363240GA
W9AEM2928161545433182WI
VE7NH43350043353010BC
W4TMN00643964392496VAPotomac Valley Radio Club
W4YA41290041292378FLFlorida Contest Group
N4PJ39270039272106FLFlorida Contest Group
KB9YGD302110840292030IN
W9EMT00503350331650INQueen City Emergency Net
W5TD21179930261326OKLawton Fort Sill ARC
W8RU26200026201040MIMad River Radio Club
WB2ATZ65292035251025NY
K8GVK65272133261014MI
WA4OSD19176625231012TNTennessee Contest Group
W2WC2519002519950NY
AJ3J0036263626936PA
W3DYA2517002517850TX
K8VFR2218002218792MI
NF8M1916001916608MI
N2IXX0030203020600SC
K3VED0028212821588PA
KA6MAL8714122219570CA
VA3IX0028202820560ON
KD5TXL0025212521525OK
VE5BC0025212521525SK
K0LDS1814001814504CO
KJ5RC0026192619494MS
KA3FZN0023202320460PA
VE2AWR109331312276QC
WA5ZUP0018151815270NM
AI4ME0017111711187VA
VA7MJR0013131313169BC
WA3EOP0013131313169MD
NA2H0014111411154NY
WA5SWN0013111311143KS
AD5QB10700107140TX
K6CSL752297112CANorthern California Contest Club
W5DMB0011101110110TX
AC0DQ00129129108NE
KA3VRW00129129108PA
WA4VAP66117791KY
K3LGM0010910990TX
KD7DCA00888864AZ
VE4LR00555525MB
KC7FPB00444416OR
KE7FKX00444416WA
K5WW0011111TX
KB5DRJ0011111TX

QRP

CallCW QSOsCW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreStateClub
N4JF18479633624711549565ALSouth East Contest Club
K3TW13261544018610132118MDPotomac Valley Radio Club
NA4BW824736281187515000GASouth East Contest Club
WA8ZBT66452923956810948TX
KC5R5235221974546804LA
K7TQ44310044312728ID
W5JBV40283343312573FL
W0PQ40310040312480NE
VA3RKM25196631251400ONContest Club Ontario
KD2MX28220028221232NJ
NA2X1616001616512NY
K3MD10800108160PA

Multi-Operator

CallCW QSOsCW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreStateClub
K1KAA00724172412952MAHampden County Radio Association

Mobile

CallCW QSOsCW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreStateClub
K4UK29190029191102WV VA

Operators

CallsignOperators
K1KAAK1KAA KB1FWM

Mobile & Rover

Mobile

CallsignCW QSOs CW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScore# CountiesClub
K8BB67573944976912217616824
K8MR563671325369512015096022Northern Ohio DX Association
W1NN471651164858711311955410
KJ9C5727035176078710257321Society of Midwest Contesters
W8TK468558440552959690019Caribbean Contest Consortium
AF8A605613112636739059321Wayne Amateur Radio Club
N8TFD3336196434291047924815Queen City Emergency Net
AD8J377664219419856766010
W8UE4426100442615392415
AA8HH171503518206682563616Queen City Emergency Net
W8MRG0066296629191415Queen City Emergency Net
K4UK321700321710884
KC8RSA00391839187026
KC8PD00161516152401Portage County Amateur Radio Service

Rover

CallsignCW QSOs CW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScore# CountiesClub
K8RYU33772242745791461337367Marietta Amateur Radio Club

Operators

CallsignOperators
AF8AAF8A W8AV
K8BBK8BB KK8I
K8MRK8MR W8DRZ
W8TKW8TK K4LT
K8RYUK8RYU KD8CWV

Club Results

Outside Ohio

CLUBSCOREENTRIES
South East Contest Club2359068
Tennessee Contest Group1050503
Society of Midwest Contesters1021302
Potomac Valley Radio Club797163
Bay Area Wireless Assn632221
Northern California Contest Club294162
Western Washington DX Club257561
Florida Contest Group184803
Minnesota Wireless Assn155822
North Texas Contest Club142101
Western New York Contest Club126101
CGCG117801
Central Arizona DX Assn47301
South East Michigan DX Association33621
Hampden County Radio Assn29521
Northeast Wisconsin DX Association17821
Queen City Emergency Net16501
Contest Club Ontario14001
Lawton Fort Sill ARC13261
Frankford Radio Club7561
Grand Mesa Contesters of Colorado SKI BUMS #24201
South Texas Dx and Contest Club361

Ohio

CLUBScoreEntries
Queen City Emergency Net3612298
Muskingum Ham Radio Club3552401
Wayne Amateur Radio Club2859774
Delaware Amateur Radio Association1869722
North Coast Contesters1677782
Marietta Amateur Radio Club1523333
Northern Ohio DX Association1509601
West Park Radio-ops1265685
Society of Midwest Contesters1222852
Caribbean Contest Consortium969001
Medina 2 Meter Group686401
Highland Amateur Radio Association642601
XWARN447991
Lake County Amateur Radio Association438043
Athens County Amateur Radio Association437034
Maumee Valley Contest Club432301
South West Ohio DX Association214761
Southwest Ohio DX Association214761
Central Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice170444
Ashland Area Amateur Radio Club130681
Findlay Radio Club106331
Portage County Amateur Radio Service87003
Triangle Amateur Radio Club56561
Cuyahoga Amateur Radio Socity12181
Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society6601
Lake Erie Amateur Radio Association (LEARA)2341

Soapbox

AA8HH -  Smoked one radio, backup wasn't much better, ready to throw out a cranky laptop and noisy inverter, propagation conditions stunk, isolated thunderstorms found us, had a good time. Highlight of the trip was a cold beer at a gas station in the middle of nowhere. AD8J -  Great fun working the Europeans from the mobile. They were louder than many of the US stations. AJ3J -  Congrats to "Mad River RC", nice contest. CU2JT -  My first OHIO QSO Party. Unfortunately I had some other activities in the afternoon so I missed several hours of the start. The ongoing RTTY contest made it hard to work on 40m and I do not have an antenna for 80m. It was nice to work some 10-15 new counties in Ohio. My hope is that at least some of them will send a QSL. Next year, I will, hopefully, be better equipped antenna-wise so I put up a fight with that DL5 and OK1 competing with me. According to the rules I have seen, all stations were supposed to send a signal report. No one did, so I did not either. Thanks for a great contest with good activity and a special thanks to the guys spending the Saturday driving around Ohio just to give us a rare county. DL3GA -  My first OQP, thanks for a lot of mobile activity. Hope to be on again next year. DL5AWI -  It WAS A GREAT FUN AND I WORKED 3 NEW COUNTIES! ONLY ONE COUNTY TO FULL HOUSE IN OHIO! HOPE TO HAVE TIME NEXT YEAR ALSO! K0LWV -  Thanks for the contest K0UK -  Just didnt have the time to put in..had fun. K3MD -  Could not raise anyone on 80 due to QRN. K3RC -  First time I have submitted a contest log. Had a great time. K3TW -  "Congratulations to the fine operators in Ohio for making this QSO Party so much fun. Conditions on 40m went long before dark, and the afternoon opening on 20m was very brief. Many thanks to the mobile stations for providing several rare counties and lots of multiple QSOs." K3ZT -  Fun Party - Lots of Ohio Stations on 40 Meters! K4UK -  Operated mobile while on the way home from Madison, Ohio to Moneta, VA. Made qsos only when my wife was driving. Great fun putting out Ohio counties. Wished I could have operted more i Ohio, but us "old folks" had to get home before dark - Hi! Enjoyed the time I could spend in the QSO Party. K6CSL -  Boy, Condx were terrible. These were the the only participating Ohio stations I heard. There were a few others, but they were down in the Extra band portions, where I can't operate. Hope condx are better for next year. K6RB -  Bands below 20 were nonexistent, and there was a bunch of RTTY junk on 40, but I enjoyed myself nevertheless. K8AJS -  Twenty and forty meters were long; I could work contacts in Europe but could hear virtually nothing of the mobiles in Ohio unless they were almost right next to me. I had only worked slightly more than two dozen Ohio counties until I finally got to eighty meters in the evening. The contest went well; the bands were relatively quiet (except for 80 meters, which was a real noise pit because of rain and storms in the area). Rates were good and many signals were very strong. I'll have to apologize to those I missed on 40 and 80 because of weak Ohio signals (on 40) and crashing high noise level (on 80). Maybe next year. K8BLP -  Operated from our emergency operations trailer K8IR -  I was again blessed with short skip on 20 most of the afternoon. 40 went long about an hour earlier than last year. 80/75 was noisy making copy of the mobile tough. A great contest, and thanks to who pulled me out. K8MAD -  40M was pretty difficult after the first two hours, but 20M was a seemingly bottomless pit of QSOs! K8RYU -  Bands excellent for brief periods, especially at the open of the party, for about 2 hours conditions seemed quite good. After that, I'd call CQ, have a big pileup,but the band would crap out before all stations were worked. Just not enough sunspots. Temperatures were hot and the humidity made operating less than fun, an that did not change after dark. No breeze - but I guess no thunerstorms either. We had heavy rains on the way before the contest, but all dry thereafter. Sure wish everybody who is going to operat would sign up before hand on the web site. In some ways it is more important for the home stations to sign up than the mobile/rover stations. Given a list of active fixed stations, the mobiles can better plan their routes. K9JIG -  Bad conditions here in NE WI. I was suprised to make as many Q as I did. KA8HQL -  First time with this contest. I thought the band conditions were terrible. There did not seem like a whole lot of activity on 20 meters and local lightnening made for lots of static crashes on 40-80 meter. It was definitely a good time though. KB8UUZ -  Obviously the bottom of the solar cycle. Just did not hear Ohio stations. Hopefully next year will be better. KB9YGD -  tnx all for the wonderfull time es 73 KD2MX -  Managed a few contacts here and there while unpacking from vacation. 40M was pretty good but 80M was very noisy and a tough go for qrp. KD5LNO -  Had fun in my first OQP KD5TXL -  Rough going this year. Thunderstorms moved in during evening so could only operate first part of the contest ... that is why my log is ready so soon! KE7FKX -  Checklog KG9Z -  Used a slinky dipole (Cliff Dweller) @ 20 feet. Limited time on but it was fun. KJ5RC -  Enjoyed working the QSO Party KJ9C -  Rain and Murphy made this one memorable. Saw a nice flock of wild turkeys. Need to work more SSB (ugh!) to score better. Sent LAWR by accident when first entering CLIN. Only KO1U caught it. KN4Y -  Had a nice 3.5 hours of CW activity after the bowling tournament. KV8Q -  40 went long here after the first hour. Couldn't buy an OH mult until 80 opened up. Lots of line noise on 20 made it rough on that band. Spent the last hour hunting OH mults on 80. Thanks to everyone for the QSO, especially those mobiles. See You all next year and maybe we will get some more better, proper-gatation. N0AT -  Low Power 100W N4JF -  WOW WHAT A SUPERB CONTEST. MET MANY NEW FRIENDS... N4PJ -  Spent the majority of the time in the contest waiting out thunderstorms! N4PN -  AGAIN A FUN TIME..THERE IS NO STATE QSO PARTY WITHOUT MOBILES. ALSO, THANKS FOR THE CONTACTS FROM THE FIXED STATIONS. ALSO, TO THOSE WHO DIDN'T HAVE A CLUE BUT ANSWERED MY CQ FOR OHIO. CU NEXT YEAR!! N8BJQ -  Breakfast in Norfolk, lunch in Charlotte. Got home at 3.5 hrs after the start. A couple of good runs but lots of QRN - lost a couple hrs to T-storms. Heard very few OH stns - bands were quite long. N8IHI -  This was our clubs first entry into the OQP. Everyone had a great time. N8II -  We need more solar activity to level the playing field a bit. I worked 2-3 stations on some 20M sporadic E and a few more on backscatter and that was it for 20 into OH from the eastern tip of WV. 40 was intermitttent to easterm OH and by 21Z was lengtheneing out over OH and was gone by 2315Z. K8MR wasn't much of a factor here. I never heard him til after 21Z on 75M and we worked 3 times total. I had better luck with K8RYU, N8TFD, KJ9C, W8MRG and W1NN who I worked quite a few times. Thanks for the counties. I operated about as much as possible. We HAD a pretty bad drought til the evening of the OQP. My break for dinner was extended by about 25 minutes by a thunderstorm with high winds and plenty of lightening; then about 0220Z I noticed an increase in the already high QRN level on 80M; I QRT'ed about 0245 and by 0250 it was raining again with mucho grande lightening again. This storm was the mother of all drought busters; it rained hard for just about exactly one hour! The AC was interruppted but remained on twice during the first wave, but our local water system was knocked out by each storm! There were several broken limbs from trees, but the antennas survived as well as me. Needless to say, it was no picnic digging out signals thru the high QRN from about 20Z til the end of the OQP. My goal was to work as many counties as possible; I ended up with 74 total counties worked. I did spend probably a bit too much time running when the rates were decent. Thanks for the fun event and the counties. N9FN -  This was my second year in OQP, again in Mercer County. We set up in Eastland Park in Celina, OH. It is a great little park that has large shelters with electricity, tall trees, and rest rooms with running water! Once again Carol (KC9ERM) was a great help with logistics, getting the antennas up, (and down in the rain!), and keeping me fed and hydrated! We had a great visit with Wayne, K5ZG as well. We only had a brief shower during the afternoon, and then another that started about an hour before the end of the contest that continued until well after we were packed up and on our way out. Carol took lots of pictures and promises to make a nice looking QSL for anyone interested. NA3V -  I only had a couple of hours to work the contest. All those mobiles popping up in different counties kept me twirling the rig dial. PA3ARM -  Hello there, Just thought let you share mi experiences re mi 7th OH QSO party this year. OH is the only one I did not miss since 2000 es also this year liked it a lot. Was on from the beginning es had checked the planned routes carefully to see whether I might have a chance to catch some new counties from the 13 still needed to finish OH fer the USA-CA . (will continue in the parties once that has been achieved hi) As usual mi modest set up: 100W wid 2x10m dipole fer 20m es inv vee fer 40m if QRM wud allow contacts on that band. After 3 hrs there were a total of 6! QSO's in mi log so was prepared for a contest to finish without ani excitement. Suddenly though the band came to live es when I finally went to bed at 02.30Z I even had 14 contacts on 40m in the log. (between all RTTY QRM!) Most contacts in this contest after the 63 in 2004! Worked 5 new ones; biggest surprise to hear W8WTS on 40m wid a strong sig signing GEAU which I also still needed. Best moment at the very end when Jim K8MR returned on 40m after a run on that band earlier from LICK es I was afraid he wud sign the next one on his route. Licking is surrounded all by counties I worked already several times in various years. Tks Jim ! Call U all in 2007 ! es tks all fer being in the party, on the road or /r (difficult to identify /r stns though - none in log) CU in 2007 ! 73 VA3RKM -  FT817, 5W, dipoles. Lots of fun. Thanks for working a small signal. VE4LR -  these are all I could hear VE5BC -  Always enjoyable. Band not too bad, QSB heavy. CU in 2007. VE7NH -  CONDX PRETTY POOR OVERALL PLUS NOISES W0PQ -  K1 (5 WATTS) G5RV, COURTEOUS OPERATORS, POOR CONDX W2LHL -  Great mobiles, as usual, However, I wish they would sign /M all the time. W3BBO -  I could only get away for a couple hours, so I went over to Conneaut, Ohio and operated Ashtabula from the car. Everything worked fine, except trying to read the stupid computer screen. W4NTI -  Forty was totally blasted by RTTY, only band I could work Ohio W4TMN -  This was my first OH QSO Party. I did not know you could fit so many signals from one place into a band!!! W6RLL -  Thanks for all the contacts. W8ASA -  Bands were terrible this year! W8B -  Fair results under fair conditions. Two of us went out worked on the antenna farm, to minimize work needed on Saturday. We didn't take a generator, so couldn't check for functionality of the rotor for the 20 M phone station. On Saturday we found that it was stuck (electrically) north. We also suffered from a thunderstorm for about an hour around 2100Z which shut us down for an hour. The 80/40 meter inverted V antenna wouldn't match to the phone rig. KA8LAY and KE4LRA got creative and rigged a NVIS antenna a foot or so above ground which allowed a match to the rig and a few contacts. We worked QCENers K8DV, AA8HH, WB8TDA, and N8TFD (3 counties). Other mobiles who "made our day" were K8BB, 6 counties, K8MR 5 W1NN 5. Even though we figured N8TFD and others were mobiling through BROWn county, we couldn't find them. Perhaps there was a "skip zone" even on 80? W8BD -  Six meters would help with the missing counties. W8CAR -  lots of fun!!!!!!! W8FT -  Very Enjoyable as always! W8KNO -  HAD ONE CONTACT BEFORE GOING TO A WEDDING. NAP A GOT IN ANOTHER HALF HOUR - 1 1/2 HRS WA3EOP -  Sure wish WC8VOA would have heard me. WA5SWN -  WOW! WHAT A SCORE! HUBBA HUBBA! Gonzo ham radio! Seriously I sure enjoyed this relaxed QSO party. Propagation was poor into Kansas on all bands, but I worked every station I heard and had some nice conversations with several. It was fun and satisfying to talk to the state where my mother grew up (Stryker, Williams co.) and where my dad spent part of his childhood (Toledo). I'm looking forward to seeing y'all in the QSO party next year! WD8AJF -  First time for me. A good warmup for Sweepstakes. WF5X -  Bands weren't too nice, but at least they weren't dead! Cya next year 73 - WF5X WW8OH -  WW8OH is the club call which I (WD8E) operated. The 12 hour format is great! K4AMC -  THANKS FOR HAVING THE CONTEST. IT WAS A 40 METER CONTEST FROM HERE. ENJOYED WORKING OLD OHIO FRIENDS. N3RJ -  GREAT CONTEST. GOOD COUNTY REPRESENTATION. CU NEXT YEAR. K8MR -  My apologies to at least one European who called in with a pretty decent signal just as we drove around a curve, placing a very large mountain between him and me. N8VW -  Enjoyed operating with N8HR and crew (thanks Everett!). A great bunch of operators and great station.

Outside Ohio By Area

CallCategoryCW QSOsCW MultsPH QSOsPH MultsTotal QSOsTotal MultsScoreQTHClub
W1DWALOW947300947313724MA
K1KAAMULTI-OP00724172412952MAHampden County Radio Assn
W2LHLLOW1667523181899333015NJ
N2CULOW854424211096512610NYWestern New York Contest Club
W2CVWLOW69535574588294NJ
W2LROLOW4733141061434644NJ
N2ZULOW58390058394524NJ
KD2MXQRP28220028221232NJ
WB2ATZLOW65292035251025NY
W2WCLOW2519002519950NY
KD2HEHIGH2118002118756NYFrankford Radio Club
NA2XQRP1616001616512NY
NA2HLOW0014111411154NY
K3TWQRP13261544018610132118MDPotomac Valley Radio Club
N3RJLOW713753341247113845PA
W3AGLOW6337161479517242PAMad River Radio Club
NA3VLOW3125221853433612PA
KF3CVHIGH42300042302520MD
K3ZTHIGH00563756372072PA
AJ3JLOW0036263626936PA
K3VEDLOW0028212821588PA
KA3FZNLOW0023202320460PA
WA3EOPLOW0013131313169MD
K3MDQRP10800108160PA
KA3VRWLOW00129129108PA
N4PNHIGH183802006738314783202GA
KU8ELOW189761226331113969500GASouth East Contest Club
N4JFQRP18479633624711549565ALSECCW
K4LTAHIGH23175002317534650TNTennessee Contest Group
K4AMCLOW1326235241678625714TN
K4ZGBHIGH895171391609022410AL
NA4KLOW905139261297716863TNTennessee Contest Group
NA4BWQRP824736281187515000GASouth East Contest Club
K4HALLOW89450089458010ALSouth East Contest Club
NN3WLOW4328281871465244VAPotomac Valley Radio Club
K4BAILOW56394460434988GASouth East Contest Club
KN4YHIGH58410058414756FLFlorida Contest Group
N4GGHIGH2925211850433397GASouth East Contest Club
KI4EGTLOW45360045363240GA
W5JBVQRP40283343312573FL
W4TMNLOW00643964392496VAPotomac Valley Radio Club
W4YALOW41290041292378FLFlorida Contest Group
W4NTIHIGH292510839332244ALSouth East Contest Club
N4PJLOW39270039272106FLFlorida Contest Group
K4UKROVER29190029191102VA
WA4OSDLOW19176625231012TNTennessee Contest Group
N2IXXLOW0030203020600SC
AI4MELOW0017111711187VA
WA4VAPLOW66117791KY
K5UVLOW1016113131147415910OK
W0VXLOW834637241207014210TXNorth Texas Contest Club
WA8ZBTQRP66452923956810948TX
KC5RQRP5235221974546804LA
W5TDLOW21179930261326OKLawton Fort Sill ARC
W3DYALOW2517002517850TX
KD5TXLLOW0025212521525OK
KJ5RCLOW0026192619494MS
WA5ZUPLOW0018151815270NM
AD5QBLOW10700107140TX
W5DMBLOW0011101110110TX
K3LGMLOW0010910990TX
W5JLRHIGH00666636TXSouth Texas Dx and Contest Club
KB5DRJLOW0011111TX
K6RBHIGH905618181087414652CANorthern California Contest Club
KA6MALLOW8714122219570CA
K6CSLLOW752297112CANorthern California Contest Club
K7RLLOW1065862361689425756WAWestern Washington DX Club
W7GVELOW69420069425796AZ
W6RLLLOW55430055434730AZCentral Arizona DX Assn
K7TQQRP44310044312728ID
KD7DCALOW00888864AZ
KE7FKXLOW00444416WA
KC7FPBLOW00444416OR
K8IRLOW20976964730512363222MIBay Area Wireless Assn
N8IIHIGH129561856331411952717WV
WF5XLOW583943311017011130MI
W8MJHIGH573911868475875MIMad River Radio Club
N8CQALOW2419342258413362MISouth East Michigan DX Association
W8RULOW26200026201040MIMad River Radio Club
K8GVKLOW65272133261014MI
AB8SHIGH2319002319874WV
K8VFRLOW2218002218792MI
NF8MLOW1916001916608MI
W9IUHIGH133671034423611140959INSociety of Midwest Contesters
K8ZZVLOW443179451237612692WI
NA9ULOW754133201086111163IN
WE9NLOW74511511896210106INSociety of Midwest Contesters
W9AEMLOW2928161545433182WI
KB9YGDLOW302110840292030IN
K9JIGHIGH00543354331782WINortheast Wisconsin DX Association
W9EMTLOW00503350331650INQueen City Emergency Net
W0BHHIGH114551315024510537695KS
K0IOLOW1436243261868828952IA
KS0TLOW67472319906610362MNMinnesota Wireless Assn
K0MPHLOW533710863455220MNMinnesota Wireless Assn
N0ATLOW3830111149413567MN
K0LWVLOW3223211653393315MO
W0PQQRP40310040312480NE
K0LDSLOW1814001814504CO
K0UKHIGH1211441615420COGrand Mesa Contesters of Colorado SKI BUMS #2
WA5SWNLOW0013111311143KS
AC0DQLOW00129129108NE
VE7NHLOW43350043353010BC
VA3RKMQRP25196631251400ONContest Club Ontario
VA3IXLOW0028202820560ON
VE5BCLOW0025212521525SK
VE2AWRLOW109331312276QC
VA7MJRLOW0013131313169BC
VE4LRLOW00555525MB
DL3GAHIGH10564001056413440DX
DL5AWIHIGH956200956211780DXCGCG
CU2JTHIGH82550082559020DX
OK1AOVHIGH68520068527072DX
PA3ARMLOW48400048403840DX

QSOs & Mults by Category

callsigncwqsoscwmltsphqsosphmltsscoresstateClub
Out of State
MULTI-OP
K1KAA0072412952MAHampden County Radio Assn
ROVER
K4UK2919001102VA
HIGH

W5JLR006636TXSouth Texas Dx and Contest Club
K0UK121144420COGrand Mesa Contesters of Colorado SKI BUMS #2
KD2HE211800756NYFrankford Radio Club
AB8S231900874WV
K9JIG0054331782WINortheast Wisconsin DX Association
K3ZT0056372072PA
W4NTI29251082244ALSouth East Contest Club
KF3CV4230002520MD
N4GG292521183397GASouth East Contest Club
KN4Y5841004756FLFlorida Contest Group
W8MJ57391185875MIMad River Radio Club
OK1AOV6852007072DX
CU2JT8255009020DX
DL5AWI95620011780DXCGCG
DL3GA105640013440DX
K6RB9056181814652CANorthern California Contest Club
K4ZGB8951713922410AL
K4LTA231750034650TNTennessee Contest Group
W0BH114551315037695KS
W9IU133671034440959INSociety of Midwest Contesters
N8II129561856352717WV
N4PN183802006783202GA
LOW
K5WW00111TX
KB5DRJ00111TX
KC7FPB004416OR
KE7FKX004416WA
VE4LR005525MB
KD7DCA008864AZ
K3LGM0010990TX
WA4VAP661191KY
AC0DQ00129108NE
KA3VRW00129108PA
W5DMB001110110TX
K6CSL7522112CANorthern California Contest Club
AD5QB10700140TX
WA5SWN001311143KS
NA2H001411154NY
VA7MJR001313169BC
WA3EOP001313169MD
AI4ME001711187VA
WA5ZUP001815270NM
VE2AWR10933276QC
KA3FZN002320460PA
KJ5RC002619494MS
K0LDS181400504CO
KD5TXL002521525OK
VE5BC002521525SK
VA3IX002820560ON
KA6MAL871412570CA
K3VED002821588PA
N2IXX003020600SC
NF8M191600608MI
K8VFR221800792MI
W3DYA251700850TX
AJ3J003626936PA
W2WC251900950NY
WA4OSD1917661012TNTennessee Contest Group
K8GVK6527211014MI
WB2ATZ6529201025NY
W8RU2620001040MIMad River Radio Club
W5TD2117991326OKLawton Fort Sill ARC
W9EMT0050331650INQueen City Emergency Net
KB9YGD30211082030IN
N4PJ3927002106FLFlorida Contest Group
W4YA4129002378FLFlorida Contest Group
W4TMN0064392496VAPotomac Valley Radio Club
VE7NH4335003010BC
W9AEM292816153182WI
KI4EGT4536003240GA
K0LWV322321163315MO
N8CQA241934223362MISouth East Michigan DX Association
N0AT383011113567MN
NA3V312522183612PA
PA3ARM4840003840DX
N2ZU5839004524NJ
W2LRO473314104644NJ
W6RLL5543004730AZCentral Arizona DX Assn
K4BAI5639444988GASouth East Contest Club
K0MPH53371085220MNMinnesota Wireless Assn
NN3W432828185244VAPotomac Valley Radio Club
W7GVE6942005796AZ
W3AG633716147242PAMad River Radio Club
K4HAL8945008010ALSouth East Contest Club
W2CVW6953558294NJ
WE9N7451151110106INSociety of Midwest Contesters
KS0T6747231910362MNMinnesota Wireless Assn
WF5X5839433111130MI
NA9U7541332011163IN
N2CU8544242112610NYWestern New York Contest Club
K8ZZV4431794512692WI
W1DWA94730013724MA
N3RJ7137533413845PA
W0VX8346372414210TXNorth Texas Contest Club
K5UV10161131315910OK
NA4K9051392616863TNTennessee Contest Group
K4AMC13262352425714TN
K7RL10658623625756WAWestern Washington DX Club
K0IO14362432628952IA
W2LHL16675231833015NJ
K8IR20976964763222MIBay Area Wireless Assn
KU8E189761226369500GASouth East Contest Club
QRP
K3MD10800160PA
NA2X161600512NY
KD2MX2822001232NJ
VA3RKM2519661400ONContest Club Ontario
W0PQ4031002480NE
W5JBV4028332573FL
K7TQ4431002728ID
KC5R523522196804LA
WA8ZBT6645292310948TX
NA4BW8247362815000GASouth East Contest Club
K3TW13261544032118MDPotomac Valley Radio Club
N4JF18479633649565ALSECCW
OHIO
MOBILE
KC8PD001615240PORTPortage County Amateur Radio Service
KC8RSA003918702HARD
W8MRG0066291914BUTLQueen City Emergency Net
AA8HH17150351825636HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
W8UE442610053924TUSC
AD8J37766421967660WAYNMad River Radio Club
N8TFD33361964379248WARRQueen City Emergency Net
AF8A60561311290593ALLEWayne Amateur Radio Club
W8TK46855844096900ADAMCaribbean Contest Consortium
KJ9C572703517102573CLERSociety of Midwest Contesters
W1NN4716511648119554OTTAMad River Radio Club
K8MR5636713253150960TRUMNorthern Ohio DX Association
K8BB675739449176168ASHTMad River Radio Club
MULTI-OP
K8BLP00101565656COLUTriangle Amateur Radio Club
W8FT002174910633HANCFindlay Radio Club
N8IHI6227743913068ASHLAshland Area Amateur Radio Club
W8VM14358191722875HUROWest Park Radio-ops
W8B27893654183214BROWQueen City Emergency Net
K8DV3058131390157833CLERQueen City Emergency Net
N8HR454103752111355240MUSKMuskingum Ham Radio Club
K8MAD4731011001111412764LUCAMad River Radio Club
ROVER
K8RYU3377224274133736GALLMarietta Amateur Radio Club
HIGH
WW8OH00143649152LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice
AD8P30171564914256ALLEMad River Radio Club
NC8V20181816418122ATHEAthens County Amateur Radio Association
N8BJQ182590021476CHAMSouthwest Ohio DX Association
AE8M18463462636846HAMI
W8WTS17960804345114GEAUMad River Radio Club
N8IW27072432455968WAYNWayne Amateur Radio Club
K8AJS3579419458138016WAYNWayne Amateur Radio Club
K8MP3208033287162324DELADelaware Amateur Radio Association
LOW
WA8MWA11002FRAN
KD8AUQ004416LORA
KB8UUZ001010100PORTPortage County Amateur Radio Service
WA8YRS00129108KNOX
KD8ACO001813234CUYALake Erie Amateur Radio Association (LEARA)
W8UL001615240LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice
WA8SSQ002215330MEDI
N8ZZV002216352WARRQueen City Emergency Net
W8KNO002721567PORTMad River Radio Club
W8KRF003022660CUYANorthern Ohio Amateur Radio Society
N8VZ004024960ATHEAthens County Amateur Radio Association
K4UK3217001088TUSC
W8GC5532241218CUYACuyahoga Amateur Radio Socity
KC8OVB0045311395ATHEAthens County Amateur Radio Association
KG9Z171416141400WAYNWayne Amateur Radio Club
KB8PAI0050361800LUCA
K8YM0053382014TRUMNorth Coast Contesters
NR8U0054382052LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice
N8XWO0056372072ATHEAthens County Amateur Radio Association
W8ASA0063352205MONT
W8WTD0076473572HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
W3BBO7535005250ASHT
K8SM473418165600LICKCentral Ohio Operators Klub Extra-Novice
W8PN6943005934CUYAWest Park Radio-ops
WD8AJF7739006006LORAWest Park Radio-ops
K2KW572629186292WARR
WA8TWM00112586496LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
W8HH00133577581WASHMarietta Amateur Radio Club
WB9LBI9544008360PORTPortage County Amateur Radio Service
N8GB00150588700LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
WB8TDA804512109460HAMIQueen City Emergency Net
WD8LQB103426610176HAMI
K3RC8747121210974WOOD
KR5N3223894911016WASHMarietta Amateur Radio Club
N8BY001907013300CUYA
K8WDN123721118031MADIMad River Radio Club
N9FN002567719712MERCSociety of Midwest Contesters
KD5LNO002328820416MAHOMad River Radio Club
N9AUG156790024648DELADelaware Amateur Radio Association
W8IDM181684426352OTTAWest Park Radio-ops
WT8C35242287228608LAKELake County Amateur Radio Association
W8BD60282738243230WILLMaumee Valley Contest Club
WB8CEH17064714544799GREEXWARN
KF8HR23381743864260CLINHighland Amateur Radio Association
K8NVR197651346568640MEDIMedina 2 Meter Group
WB8JUI29887322469708SENE
KV8Q368970071392FRAN
W8CAR248641596181875ERIENorth Coast Contesters
KA8HQL225721937191949PERR
N8OT240821486592316BUTL
QRP
K8WFL0074413034LAKE
N8CX6440005120CUYAWest Park Radio-ops
W8TM8344007304HAMIMad River Radio Club
N8IE120581325943524MONTMad River Radio Club

QSOs by band & mode

CallQTH75 PH40 PH20 PH15 PH10 PH PH MltsPH Ctys80CW40 CW20 CW15 CW10 CWCW MltsCW CtysCategory
AA8HHBROW03000187000005023MOBILE
AA8HHBUTL00000187900005023MOBILE
AA8HHCHAM00700187000005023MOBILE
AA8HHCLAR003001870110005023MOBILE
AA8HHCLER01400187997005023MOBILE
AA8HHCLIN020001875100005023MOBILE
AA8HHDELA011001870140005023MOBILE
AA8HHFAYE000001871100005023MOBILE
AA8HHFRAN01000187200005023MOBILE
AA8HHGREE01000187560005023MOBILE
AA8HHHAMI0050018712013005023MOBILE
AA8HHHIGH000001870510005023MOBILE
AA8HHMADI00000187900005023MOBILE
AA8HHPICK00000187900005023MOBILE
AA8HHUNIO006001870120005023MOBILE
AA8HHWARR00000187300005023MOBILE
AD8JBELM000001965400006634MOBILE
AD8JCOSH030001960150006634MOBILE
AD8JGUER0100019634450006634MOBILE
AD8JHOLM0400019601712006634MOBILE
AD8JMUSK100001969324006634MOBILE
AD8JNOBL0000019634120006634MOBILE
AD8JSTAR0800019602218006634MOBILE
AD8JTUSC0210001960370006634MOBILE
AD8JWAYN013001960264006634MOBILE
AD8JWYAN00000196020006634MOBILE
AF8AALLE000001221480006122MOBILE
AF8AASHL010001227200006122MOBILE
AF8ACRAW0100012213100006122MOBILE
AF8ADEFI0020012271423006122MOBILE
AF8AFULT0020012202615006122MOBILE
AF8AHANC000001226121006122MOBILE
AF8AHARD01000122540006122MOBILE
AF8AHENR0050012201524006122MOBILE
AF8AHURO0220012201320006122MOBILE
AF8ALORA0030012201612006122MOBILE
AF8AMEDI0000012201211006122MOBILE
AF8APAUL0100012252412006122MOBILE
AF8APUTN0200012210188006122MOBILE
AF8ARICH010001224130006122MOBILE
AF8ASAND021001220815006122MOBILE
AF8ASENE001001220719006122MOBILE
AF8AVANW0100012219120006122MOBILE
AF8AWAYN000001229120006122MOBILE
AF8AWILL0030012201924006122MOBILE
AF8AWOOD0000012201413006122MOBILE
AF8AWYAN0000012216160006122MOBILE
K8BBASHT06000491801413007335MOBILE
K8BBCARR0020049180621007335MOBILE
K8BBCOLU0070049180037007335MOBILE
K8BBCOSH012200491801117007335MOBILE
K8BBCUYA01600049180290007335MOBILE
K8BBERIE0100049182320007335MOBILE
K8BBFULT0000049182500007335MOBILE
K8BBGEAU01300049180220007335MOBILE
K8BBHARR01400491801419007335MOBILE
K8BBHENR0000049182700007335MOBILE
K8BBHOLM00000491802716007335MOBILE
K8BBLAKE0900049180220007335MOBILE
K8BBLORA01000491820120007335MOBILE
K8BBLUCA0000049182300007335MOBILE
K8BBMAHO00000491801222007335MOBILE
K8BBMEDI0100049189220007335MOBILE
K8BBOTTA0000049182400007335MOBILE
K8BBPORT0120049180185007335MOBILE
K8BBSAND0000049182300007335MOBILE
K8BBSTAR0200049181232007335MOBILE
K8BBSUMM0000049185230007335MOBILE
K8BBTRUM00110049180128007335MOBILE
K8BBTUSC0200049180030007335MOBILE
K8BBWOOD1000049183600007335MOBILE
K8MRASHL0000053292200006732MOBILE
K8MRBELM46500532902813006732MOBILE
K8MRCARR11200532901024006732MOBILE
K8MRCOLU01000532901114006732MOBILE
K8MRDELA010005329260006732MOBILE
K8MRFAIR2200053293150006732MOBILE
K8MRGUER54400532901410006732MOBILE
K8MRHARR0610053290239006732MOBILE
K8MRJEFF02000532901425006732MOBILE
K8MRKNOX020005329740006732MOBILE
K8MRLICK51000532915170006732MOBILE
K8MRMAHO00400532901613006732MOBILE
K8MRMONR73000532991910006732MOBILE
K8MRMORG1100053291730006732MOBILE
K8MRMORR6500053295110006732MOBILE
K8MRMUSK3200053291180006732MOBILE
K8MRNOBL8410053290151006732MOBILE
K8MRPERR01000532920110006732MOBILE
K8MRPORT04300532903216006732MOBILE
K8MRRICH1800005329400006732MOBILE
K8MRSTAR0000053290170006732MOBILE
K8MRTRUM60000532902316006732MOBILE
KC8PDPORT1132001590000000MOBILE
KC8RSAALLE020001810000000MOBILE
KC8RSAHANC050001810000000MOBILE
KC8RSAHARD0130001810000000MOBILE
KC8RSAPAUL080001810000000MOBILE
KC8RSAPUTN080001810000000MOBILE
KC8RSAVANW030001810000000MOBILE
KJ9CADAM0500017601116007031MOBILE
KJ9CBROW0000017602017007031MOBILE
KJ9CCHAM000001761070007031MOBILE
KJ9CCLAR020001761460007031MOBILE
KJ9CCLER030001760717007031MOBILE
KJ9CCLIN0000017601110007031MOBILE
KJ9CDARK0000017613110007031MOBILE
KJ9CFAYE0100017610217007031MOBILE
KJ9CGREE000001763190007031MOBILE
KJ9CHIGH020001760224007031MOBILE
KJ9CHOCK0100017602715007031MOBILE
KJ9CLAWR00100176005007031MOBILE
KJ9CMADI000001766180007031MOBILE
KJ9CMIAM020001768200007031MOBILE
KJ9CPICK0200017603416007031MOBILE
KJ9CPIKE020001760197007031MOBILE
KJ9CPREB0200017614200007031MOBILE
KJ9CROSS0300017602211007031MOBILE
KJ9CSCIO020001760721007031MOBILE
KJ9CVINT01000176019007031MOBILE
KJ9CWARR0510017602313007031MOBILE
N8TFDADAM0000043172300006129MOBILE
N8TFDATHE0130004317005006129MOBILE
N8TFDBROW600004317800006129MOBILE
N8TFDCLER2100043172500006129MOBILE
N8TFDCLIN0000043170150006129MOBILE
N8TFDFAIR000004317020006129MOBILE
N8TFDFAYE0800043170120006129MOBILE
N8TFDFRAN0900043170130006129MOBILE
N8TFDGREE080004317080006129MOBILE
N8TFDGUER000004317010006129MOBILE
N8TFDHIGH300004317100006129MOBILE
N8TFDHOCK1100004317800006129MOBILE
N8TFDJACK4000043171000006129MOBILE
N8TFDLICK0600043170611006129MOBILE
N8TFDMADI000004317080006129MOBILE
N8TFDMEIG0000043172925006129MOBILE
N8TFDMORG0000043170260006129MOBILE
N8TFDMUSK0040043170011006129MOBILE
N8TFDNOBL0000043170150006129MOBILE
N8TFDPICK000004317230006129MOBILE
N8TFDPIKE250004317810006129MOBILE
N8TFDROSS0000043171900006129MOBILE
N8TFDVINT2000043171400006129MOBILE
N8TFDWARR0000043170150006129MOBILE
N8TFDWASH01200043170270006129MOBILE
W1NNASHL0000048161700006531MOBILE
W1NNCRAW00000481636011006531MOBILE
W1NNERIE14711481612123116531MOBILE
W1NNHURO0510004816123930006531MOBILE
W1NNLORA0000048163700006531MOBILE
W1NNMEDI00000481623130006531MOBILE
W1NNOTTA050101481603625116531MOBILE
W1NNRICH0000048163000006531MOBILE
W1NNSAND0231100481603010006531MOBILE
W1NNSENE010004816173719006531MOBILE
W8MRGALLE0200029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGAUGL0200029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGBUTL4500029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGCHAM3000029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGCLAR2000029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGCLER3000029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGDARK0300029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGGREE2000029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGHAMI3000029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGHARD1100029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGLOGA3000029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGMERC0100029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGMIAM1400029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGMONT2000029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGPAUL1100029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGPREB0600029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGPUTN4100029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGSHEL0400029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGVANW0400029180000000MOBILE
W8MRGWARR3000029180000000MOBILE
W8TKADAM00000408097005519MOBILE
W8TKATHE0350040801418005519MOBILE
W8TKBROW050004080136005519MOBILE
W8TKCLIN060004080160005519MOBILE
W8TKFAIR041004080226005519MOBILE
W8TKFAYE34000408000005519MOBILE
W8TKFRAN1100040829140005519MOBILE
W8TKHIGH070004080150005519MOBILE
W8TKHOCK000004080126005519MOBILE
W8TKJACK0060040801525005519MOBILE
W8TKLICK0500040803111005519MOBILE
W8TKMADI07000408070005519MOBILE
W8TKMEIG0510040801212005519MOBILE
W8TKPERR018004080912005519MOBILE
W8TKPICK00000408080005519MOBILE
W8TKPIKE0600040802612005519MOBILE
W8TKROSS010004080240005519MOBILE
W8TKSCIO0220040801314005519MOBILE
W8TKVINT0000040802921005519MOBILE
W8UEAUGL00000001640006124MOBILE
W8UECOSH000000001711006124MOBILE
W8UEDARK00000001650006124MOBILE
W8UEDELA000000051112006124MOBILE
W8UEHARD0000000971006124MOBILE
W8UEHOLM000000001627006124MOBILE
W8UEKNOX000000001028006124MOBILE
W8UELICK000000001113006124MOBILE
W8UELOGA00000003170006124MOBILE
W8UEMARI00000004139006124MOBILE
W8UEMERC000000017120006124MOBILE
W8UEMORR000000021134006124MOBILE
W8UESHEL000000021130006124MOBILE
W8UETUSC000000002521006124MOBILE
W8UEUNIO00000007311006124MOBILE
K1KAAMA058140041410000000MULTI-OP
N0ATMN07400111141618003030MULTI-OP
K8BLPCOLU2938340056260000000MULTI-OP
K8DVCLER819313900904012912056008143MULTI-OP
K8MADLUCA1293025700011153164211980010154MULTI-OP
N8HRMUSK15458810001115818726700010362MULTI-OP
N8IHIASHL25463003920281915002710MULTI-OP
W8BBROW1917290041161616552009354MULTI-OP
W8FTHANC036181004940000000MULTI-OP
W8VMHURO1531001711387827005824MULTI-OP
K4UKVA00000000200001919ROVER
K4UKWV0000000090001919ROVER
K8RYUATHE18000074472200007233ROVER
K8RYUGALL7481400744704425007233ROVER
K8RYUJACK2440007447372911007233ROVER
K8RYULAWR1222000744704214007233ROVER
K8RYUMEIG220000744722120007233ROVER
K8RYUSCIO149000744773019007233ROVER
K8RYUVINT47100074471670007233ROVER
AB8SWV00000002300001919HIGH
CU2JTDX000000003448005555HIGH
DL3GADX000000000105006464HIGH
DL5AWIDX000000004649006262HIGH
K0UKCO00400440111001111HIGH
K3ZTPA05510037370000000HIGH
K4LTATN00000009110832007575HIGH
K4ZGBAL6569003939235016005151HIGH
K6RBCA011700181872162005656HIGH
K9JIGWI538110033330000000HIGH
KD2HENY00000000210001818HIGH
KF3CVMD000000013290003030HIGH
KN4YFL000000026320004141HIGH
N4GGGA02100018180281002525HIGH
N4PNGA34124420067676210120008080HIGH
N8IIWV65117300636358683005656HIGH
OK1AOVDX00000000068005251HIGH
W0BHKS93785005050234645005555HIGH
W4NTIAL64000882720002525HIGH
W5JLRTX00600660000000HIGH
W8MJMI91100885331003939HIGH
W9IUIN2083000444465680006767HIGH
AD8PALLE0857100498030000172HIGH
AE8MHAMI3430002673711136006332HIGH
K8AJSWAYN26412800581215012384009456HIGH
K8MPDELA759616100873812910190008039HIGH
N8BJQCHAM0000000795845005928HIGH
N8IWWAYN7351002479912447007237HIGH
NC8VATHE3714400064381820001814HIGH
W8WTSGEAU66140004328104750006032HIGH
WW8OHLICK2492270064300000000HIGH
AC0DQNE06600990000000LOW
AD5QBTX00000000460077LOW
AI4MEVA61100011110000000LOW
AJ3JPA122400026260000000LOW
K0IOIA8269002626486332006262LOW
K0LDSCO0000000099001414LOW
K0LWVMO0101100161601022002323LOW
K0MPHMN370008834190003736LOW
K3LGMTX03700990000000LOW
K3VEDPA14860021210000000LOW
K4AMCTN02510002424219417006262LOW
K4BAIGA121004427821003939LOW
K4HALAL0000000254519004545LOW
K5UVOK021100131363065006161LOW
K5WWTX00100110000000LOW
K6CSLCA01100220340055LOW
K7RLWA0125000363642775005858LOW
K8GVKMI141300021210600055LOW
K8IRMI2149260047475310947007676LOW
K8VFRMI00000000220001818LOW
K8ZZVWI1363300454510340003131LOW
KA3FZNPA19400020200000000LOW
KA3VRWPA48000990000000LOW
KA6MALCA04100012120260077LOW
KB5DRJTX00100110000000LOW
KB9YGDIN19000882280002121LOW
KC7FPBOR00400440000000LOW
KD5TXLOK04210021210000000LOW
KD7DCAAZ00800880000000LOW
KE7FKXWA00400440000000LOW
KI4EGTGA00000000450003636LOW
KJ5RCMS010160019190000000LOW
KS0TMN081500191903334004747LOW
KU8EGA49325006363509841007676LOW
N2CUNY715200212136463004444LOW
N2IXXSC121800020200000000LOW
N2ZUNJ000000011452003939LOW
N3RJPA1932200343410565003737LOW
N4PJFL00000000831002727LOW
N8CQAMI26800022221680001919LOW
NA2HNY01400011110000000LOW
NA3VPA51700018183280002525LOW
NA4KTN22710002626155322005151LOW
NA9UIN1716000202030405004141LOW
NF8MMI00000001180001616LOW
NN3WVA199000181822210002828LOW
PA3ARMDX000000001335004040LOW
VA3IXON181000020200000000LOW
VA7MJRBC00130013130000000LOW
VE2AWRQC003003300100099LOW
VE4LRMB05000550000000LOW
VE5BCSK04210021210000000LOW
VE7NHBC000000012418003535LOW
W0VXTX01423002424173135004646LOW
W1DWAMA00000000940007373LOW
W2CVWNJ05000556630005353LOW
W2LHLNJ02300018184510912007575LOW
W2LRONJ014000101020252003333LOW
W2WCNY000000011311001919LOW
W3AGPA97000141436270003737LOW
W3DYATX000000001510001717LOW
W4TMNVA1238140039390000000LOW
W4YAFL000000002417002929LOW
W5DMBTX0740010100000000LOW
W5TDOK00900990615001717LOW
W6RLLAZ000000001144004343LOW
W7GVEAZ000000001455004242LOW
W8RUMI00000002060002020LOW
W9AEMWI01600015150290002828LOW
W9EMTIN361400033330000000LOW
WA3EOPMD01300013130000000LOW
WA4OSDTN06000666130001717LOW
WA4VAPKY01000110600066LOW
WA5SWNKS00130011110000000LOW
WA5ZUPNM03150015150000000LOW
WB2ATZNY02900020200600055LOW
WE9NIN015000111119550005151LOW
WF5XMI1825000313135230003939LOW
K2KWWARR0623001860124500262LOW
K3RCWOOD84000129363021004722LOW
K4UKGUER00000000140001712LOW
K4UKNOBL0000000060001712LOW
K4UKTUSC0000000020001712LOW
K4UKWASH00000000100001712LOW
K8NVRMEDI783125006532933965006531LOW
K8SMLICK14400016134700003419LOW
K8WDNMADI010001060603007252LOW
K8YMTRUM05300038230000000LOW
KA8HQLPERR6840850071321025073007235LOW
KB8PAILUCA36860036260000000LOW
KB8UUZPORT0100001090000000LOW
KC8OVBATHE192420031220000000LOW
KD5LNOMAHO1339540088560000000LOW
KD8ACOCUYA0414001310000000LOW
KD8AUQLORA04000400000000LOW
KF8HRCLIN1757000381712110012008155LOW
KG9ZWAYN01510014788100148LOW
KR5NWASH2264300492918140002312LOW
KV8QFRAN000000016413074009758LOW
N8BYCUYA1068310070440000000LOW
N8GBLAKE638700058380000000LOW
N8OTBUTL8350150065391098942008246LOW
N8VZATHE301000024180000000LOW
N8XWOATHE262910037280000000LOW
N8ZZVWARR0175001690000000LOW
N9AUGDELA0000000111342007948LOW
N9FNMERC13412200077470000000LOW
NR8ULICK222750038270000000LOW
W3BBOASHT00000000383700359LOW
W8ASAMONT01152003560000000LOW
W8BDWILL5962152008231060000285LOW
W8CARERIE677722261186511564226426LOW
W8GCCUYA30200024175000054LOW
W8HHWASH933910057200000000LOW
W8IDMOTTA0400043635860006832LOW
W8KNOPORT25200021180000000LOW
W8KRFCUYA6700022160000000LOW
W8KRFLORA0800022160000000LOW
W8KRFMEDI0300022160000000LOW
W8KRFSUMM2040022160000000LOW
W8PNCUYA0000000312414004322LOW
W8ULLICK0160001590000000LOW
W8WTDHAMI267430047230000000LOW
WA8MWAFRAN00000001000011LOW
WA8SSQMEDI19300015120000000LOW
WA8TWMLAKE4849150058300000000LOW
WA8YRSKNOX010200900000000LOW
WB8CEHGREE44270004526746927006433LOW
WB8JUISENE215600241812611755008750LOW
WB8TDAHAMI01200010817567004520LOW
WB9LBIPORT000000051044004420LOW
WD8AJFLORA000000048290003921LOW
WD8LQBHAMI6000065126823004215LOW
WT8CLAKE92136000724413220002419LOW
K3MDPA00000000910088QRP
K3TWMD645300404045834006161QRP
K7TQID000000001034003131QRP
KC5RLA314500191913327003535QRP
KD2MXNJ00000001270002222QRP
N4JFAL05013003636599530007979QRP
NA2XNY00000000160001616QRP
NA4BWGA6264002828134821004747QRP
VA3RKMON06000664210001919QRP
W0PQNE000000002119003131QRP
W5JBVFL003003312712002828QRP
WA8ZBTTX0101900232322143004545QRP
K8WFLLAKE66260041200000000QRP
N8CXCUYA000000038260004031QRP
N8IEMONT4680600593567467005835QRP
W8TMHAMI000000006815004417QRP
Total QSOs27395292278334112025331787439914417655

QSOs by State/Provence

StateQSOsStateQSOs
PA1110ID94
MI1004MS88
TX937NV67
GA904NE62
IN598KY61
TN590RI61
DX563OR59
NJ558BC59
VA537DE51
CA534CT50
IL528NH42
NY472UT29
AL459AR25
FL430SD24
WI376HI24
MN372ME23
WV360QC21
IA351SK21
WA341MT20
NC336AB20
OK311MB16
MA295AK16
MD287NS11
KS245ND11
AZ227VT9
LA216WY8
SC179NB3
MO165NF2
ON141PEI2
CO137
NM117

QSOs per County

CountyQSOsCountyQSOsCountyQSOs
WAYNE705ALLEN154HOCKING54
LUCAS600LORAIN153HARRISON54
BUTLER565MEIGS151PIKE53
CUYAHOGA522WASHINGTON148ASHTABULA52
DELAWARE516RICHLAND144FAYETTE46
HAMILTON480CHAMPAIGN141WYANDOT45
MUSKINGUM469ASHLAND140ROSS43
FRANKLIN396WILLIAMS140FAIRFIELD42
LAKE331VAN WERT136HARDING41
CLERMONT330SUMMIT134HENRY41
SENECA292PORTAGE127MORROW40
MEDINA273COLUMBIANA124CRAWFORD39
ERIE266WOOD122CLARK37
LICKING259COSHOCTON116PUTNAM37
PERRY238ADAMS114HIGHLAND36
ATHENS236JACKSON95JEFFERSON35
BROWN234AUGLAIZE89PAULDING34
WARREN216TRUMBULL87CARROLL33
MONTGOMERY215BELMONT84KNOX30
GEAUGA211GUERNSEY83MONROE29
CLINTON208SCIOTO82SHELBY28
GALLIA204SANDUSKY79DEFIANCE27
STARK201VINTON78PREBLE26
HURON185DARKE74MORGAN25
GREENE183PICKAWAY69MIAMI24
MERCER182HOLMES65UNION22
OTTAWA175FULTON62MARION20
MADISON168HANCOCK59LOGAN20
MAHONING165NOBLE58
TUSCARAWAS163LAWRENCE54

Distinct Counties Worked

CALL# CountiesCALL# CountiesCALL# Counties
N4PN84PA3ARM40VE5BC21
N4JF83N2ZU39W5TD21
K8IR82N8IW39WD8AJF21
KU8E81W4TMN39K8WFL20
W2LHL78W8MJ39KA3FZN20
K4LTA75K0MPH38N2IXX20
N8II74N8GB38W8HH20
N8HR73NN3W38VA3RKM20
W1DWA73K3ZT37VA3IX20
W9IU73W1NN37WB9LBI20
K3TW72W2LRO37W8RU20
K7RL69W9AEM36WB2ATZ20
W0BH69N0AT36AB8S19
K0IO67KI4EGT36KJ5RC19
K4AMC65N8TFD36W2WC19
DL3GA64N4GG36WD8LQB19
K5UV64VE7NH35W8GC19
K8MAD63AD8J35K8VFR18
DL5AWI62W8BD35KD2HE18
K4ZGB62KJ9C34N8VZ18
K6RB60KR5N34W8KNO18
K8DV59W8CAR34W8MRG18
KV8Q58AE8M33W3DYA17
K8AJS58K9JIG33W8TM17
NA4K58W8IDM33NA2X16
K8RYU57W9EMT33W8KRF16
KF8HR57N8CQA32NF8M16
N8OT57K7TQ31KA6MAL15
KD5LNO56N8CX31WA5ZUP15
NA4BW56W0PQ31K0LDS14
W8B56W8VM31KG9Z14
WB8JUI56WW8OH30K0UK14
W2CVW55KF3CV30VA7MJR13
CU2JT55NA3V30WA3EOP13
K8ZZV53K0LWV30WA8SSQ12
W0VX53WA8TWM30VE2AWR12
WA8ZBT53W4YA29AI4ME11
WE9N53W5JBV29NA2H11
K8MP52N8BJQ28WA5SWN11
K8WDN52N8XWO28W5DMB10
KS0T52K3RC27AC0DQ9
WF5X52K4UK27KB8UUZ9
WT8C51K8SM27KA3VRW9
N2CU51N4PJ27K3LGM9
KA8HQL51W4NTI27AD8P9
OK1AOV51NR8U27W8UL9
NA9U51AJ3J26W3BBO9
N3RJ49AA8HH26KC8PD9
N9AUG48K8BLP26N8ZZV9
N8IE48N8IHI26K2KW8
N9FN47KB8PAI26K3MD8
K4HAL45KB9YGD25KD7DCA8
WB8CEH45W8TK24AD5QB7
KC5R44W8UE24W5JLR6
K8MR44AF8A23W8ASA6
N8BY44W8WTD23WA4VAP6
W8WTS44K8YM23K6CSL5
K8BB43K8GVK22VE4LR5
W6RLL43KC8OVB22KC7FPB4
NC8V43KD2MX22KE7FKX4
K8NVR42W8PN22W8FT4
W7GVE42WB8TDA22K5WW1
K1KAA41WA4OSD22KB5DRJ1
K4BAI41K3VED21KC8RSA1
KN4Y41KD5TXL21KD8ACO1
W3AG41WA8MWA1