April is in the books
Another month is in the books and the QSO a day goal for 2014 continues. April was successful in many different ways. First, it moves me one month closer to ending the year with a QSO each and every day. I also added two new DX entities to my DX list (Crete and Saint Kitts & Nevis) and I managed to get one state closer to WAS on a few different categories. Finally, I beat my monthly total QSO record of 393 (set in November 2013) with a grand total of 599 total QSO’s.
The surge in QSO’s for April is primarily due to my wanting to be better prepared in working contest pileup situations when it’s my turn to operate W1AW/Ø later in May. I’ve been getting on the air and operating the ARRL Centennial QSO Party as much as possible and as much as band conditions have allowed. It’s been fun. I’d love to work you and give you my 5 points as a VE.
I’ve also been successful at chasing (and catching) all the W1AW portable stations. I will need to make sure I catch a few states on their second time around later in the year. But my goal is to work them all.
The QSO breakdown for April is as follows:
Mode Number QSO’s
2m FM 0
Additional notes of interest:
DX Stations Worked in March – 46
New DX Entities in March – 2
Total QSO’s for March – 599
Total QSO’s for 2014 – 818
Total consecutive QSO days – 120
Days left in 2014 – 245
Until next time…
73 de KDØBIK