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Contesting from Rarotonga - N6NB and W6TAI
November 2013
N6NB (Wayne) and W6TAI (Carrie) operated from Rarotonga in the South Cook Islands for two contests in 2012. We stayed at the same motel where the E51Z group operated CQ WW phone in 2011 and benefited greatly from their experience on the island. On the first trip, Wayne operated the ARRL International DX Contest SSB as E51YNB in the single operator, single band (15m) category while Carrie concentrated on hiking across the island and biking its perimeter. Operation was limited to 11 hours in order to catch the weekly flight from Rarotonga to the United States which departs on Saturday nights.

The station consisted of an IC-7000, a small THP amplifier and a two element Yagi on a mast mounted on the motel's second story balcony. It was a home made single band (15m) yagi that was broken into short pieces to fit in a 30 inch rolling duffel bag.    more
Video: A Long Overdue Review of Gray Line Propagation on the Low Bands - K9LA
September 2014
NA Sprint CW Claimed Scores
September 2014
            N6AA            HP       13,640               WA6URY          HP          714
            K6LA            HP       12,716

            SCCC #1 (N6AA, N6AN, K6LA, W4EF)                                       26,356
NAQP SSB Claimed Scores
August 2014
            KI6VC           SO       71,019               K6ZED           SO        9,520
            W6AQ            SO       53,530               WA7BNM          SO          330
            K6DDJ           SO       12,489

            NX6T (N6KI, WQ6X, K6GO, N6ERD, KB7V et al)                    M2      201,569

            SCCC #1 (WA6KHK, KI6VC, K6ZED, K6DDJ, N5ZO)                            93,028
NAQP CW Claimed Scores
August 2014
            N6AN@K6NA       SO      167,454               W6TK            SO       82,099
            N5ZO            SO      136,260               KI6VC           SO       46,980
            AC6T            SO      107,440               WA6KHK          SO       44,821
            NX6T(N6CY)      SO      100,512               WA6URY          SO       38,962
            K6ZZ            SO       94,484               K6DDJ           SO       19,053
            XE2MX           SO       92,976               N6NC            SO        7,040

            SCCC #1 (N6AN@K6NA, AC6T, KI6VC, K6ZZ, XE2MX)                         509,334
            SCCC #2 (N5ZO, NX6T(N6CY), K2RP, W6TK, WA6KHK)                        363,692
IARU HF Championship
July 2014
       K6LA        SOHPMIX   1,305,472          NK6A        SOHPMIX    135,172
       K6NR        SOHPCW      590,178          KI6QDH      SOLPMIX     49,819
       N6MI        SOHPMIX     397,846          W6TK        SOLPCW      47,679
       N6QQ        SOHPMIX     181,632

       NX6T (N6KI, KL7SB, WB6NBU, NN6X, NA6L)               MSHP       997,084
       WA6URY                                               MSHP       111,696
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