2013 VERMONT QSO PARTY RESULTS

OUTSIDE VERMONT COMPETITION

With 65 logs submitted from all over the world, the competition outside of Vermont was hot! Granted, this wasn't about working pileups. The most successful stations spent time carefully tuning the bands looking for the elusive Vermont stations. Some Vermont stations were easy to find and they showed up in many logs. But some Vermont stations only appeared for a short time, and it was the patient (and lucky) operator who found them, and perhaps picked up a county or club multiplier.

When the dust had settled, Frank WA6KHK from California ended up on top with 528 points, with 12 phone and 6 cw contacts from Vermont, both totals very impressive. Ken KS4X from Tennessee grabbed second place with 336 points as he worked 14 Vermont phone stations while running QRP! And Stan W8NNX from Florida took third place with 240 points as he worked 15 stations on low power phone. A total of nine stations qualified for a certicate either by placing or by working 10 Vermont stations.

Participation from outside Vermont was significantly higher. No matter where you ended up in the scoring, we hope you all had a great time. Ultimately, it's not the score, but instead the experience and memories of the event which are most important. We hope to have you all back next year and promise to increase the number of Vermont stations for you to work.

Vermont QSO Party: Vermont Scores

OUTSIDE VERMONT SCORES

MULTIPLIERS
QSOs   PH CW DIG  
CALL LOC CLASS PWR   PH CW DIG TOT PTS   CO CL CO CL CO CL TOT   PWR SCORE AWARD
WA6KHK CA  SO LOW     12 6   18 24   5 2 3 1     11   2 528 1st
KS4X   TN  SO   QRP     14     14 14   6 2         8   3 336 2nd
W8NNX  FL  SO   LOW     15     15 15   7 1         8   2 240 3rd
W7KAM  MO  SO   LOW     14     14 14   6 2         8   2 224 4th
N4ARO  TN  SO   LOW     7   2 9 11   4 1 2 1     8   2 176 5th
K5WP   AL  SO   LOW     11     11 11   6 1         7   2 154 10 Q
W4UT   TN  SO   LOW     12     12 12   5 1         6   2 144 10 Q
KC0DEB KS  SO   LOW     8   1 9 10   5 1     1   7   2 140  
K4BAI  GA  SO   HIGH    8 3   11 14   5 1 3       9   1 126 10 Q
N8DKA  MI  SO   LOW     9     9 9   5 2         7   2 126  
K0BAM  CO  SO   LOW     7   1 8 9   3 2     1   6   2 108  
VE5KS SK SO  LOW     9     9 9   5 1         6   2 108  
K0JPL  MO  SO   LOW     5 1   6 7   3 2 1 1     7   2 98  
K7QQ   WA  SO   LOW         6 6 12       4       4   2 96  
KC9LC  VA  SO   LOW     8     8 8   4 2         6   2 96  
KC9TTR IN  SO   LOW     8     8 8   4 2         6   2 96  
W4JUU TN  SO LOW   8     8 8   5 1         6   2 96  
WA5SWN  KS  SO  LOW     8     8 8   4 2         6   2 96  
K0HNC KS  SO LOW     7     7 7   4 2         6   2 84  
W9AEM WI SO LOW   3 2   5 7   3 1 2       6   2 84  
DK2CF  DL  SO   HIGH    4 3   7 10   3 1 3 1     8   1 80  
KD7ZLF OR  SO   LOW     4 2   6 8   2 1     2   5   2 80  
W4WWQ  VA  SOA   HIGH    9 1   10 11   5 1 1       7   1 77 10 Q
KK4EIR VA  SOA   LOW     7     7 7   4 1         5   2 70  
VA3GKO ON  SOA  LOW     8     8 8   3 1         4   2 64  
W1END NH SO  LOW       4   4 8   3 1         4   2 64  
N6ENO  CA  SO   LOW     4   1 5 6   3 1     1   5   2 60  
N7GOA ID SO LOW     6     6 6   4 1         5   2 60  
N9VPV  IL  SO   LOW     7     7 7   3 1         4   2 56  
NW5Q TX SO LOW     7     7 7   3 1         4   2 56  
K5KDX  AR  SO   HIGH    9     9 9   4 2         6   1 54  
N3KN   VA  SO   HIGH    6 1   7 8   3 2 1       6   1 48  
AJ4LN  VA  SO   LOW     5     5 5   3 1         4   2 40  
W8KNO  OH  SO   LOW     3 1   4 5   3       1   4   2 40  
WB3AAL PA SO QRP     2 1   3 4   2   1       3   3 36  
N9WL NM SO LOW     4     4 4   3 1         4   2 32  
ND4X KY SO LOW     4     4 4   2 2         4   2 32  
NI3C MD SOA  LOW     4     4 4   3 1         4   2 32  
W0PAN  AZ  SO   LOW     4     4 4   3 1         4   2 32  
AL7KZ AK SO  HIGH    5     5 5   4 2         6   1 30  
K8FZY  OH  SO   LOW     3 1   4 5   1 1 1       3   2 30  
WB8WKQ MI  SO   LOW     1 1   2 3   1 1 1 1     4   2 24  
KG6YPH CA  SO LOW     3     3 3   2 1         3   2 18  
N7TEW  AZ  SOA  LOW     3     3 3   1 2         3   2 18  
W0NFS  MO  SO   LOW     3     3 3   2 1         3   2 18  
LX1NO  LX  SO   HIGH    2 1   3 4   2 1 1       4   1 16  
W4ZPR VA  SO LOW     2   2 4       2       2   2 16  
WA2VYA FL  SO HIGH      3 1 4 8       1   1   2   1 16  
VE7JH  BC  SO   LOW     2     2 2   2 1         3   2 12  
VE9ML NB  SO LOW     2     2 2   2 1         3   2 12  
AJ1F AL  SOA  HIGH    3     3 3   2 1         3   1 9  
NY7N   AZ  SO   HIGH    3     3 3   2 1         3   1 9  
VE9AA  NB  SO   HIGH    1 1   2 3   1 1 1       3   1 9  
K7JKM  MN  SO   LOW     2     2 2   1 1         2   2 8  
KC9URR IN  SO LOW   2     2 2   1 1         2   2 8  
N9YNG  NJ  SO   LOW     2     2 2   2           2   2 8  
VA7ODX  BC  SOA LOW     2     2 2   2           2   2 8  
F4GFT  F   SO   LOW     1     1 1   1 1         2   2 4  
N6DZR  CA  SO   LOW         1 1 2   0       1   1   2 4  
AB9TR  MS  SO   LOW     1     1 1   1           1   2 2  
EI3CTB EI  SO   LOW     1     1 1   1           1   2 2  
K0TNT  MN  SO   LOW     1     1 1   1           1   2 2  
KJ4RJC VA  SO LOW     1     1 1   1           1   2 2  
W6SX   CA  SO   HIGH        1 1 2           1   1   1 2  
YO3MTG YO SO   LOW     1     1 1   1           1   2 2  
CALL LOC CLASS PWR   PH CW DIG TOT PTS   CO CL CO CL CO CL TOT   PWR SCORE AWARD

How To Read The Score Table

  • CALL - Callsign Used in the Contest
  • LOC - Location (Vermont County or State)
  • CLASS - Classification:
    • SO - Single Op
    • SOA - Single Op Assisted
  • PWR - QRP: Under 5w; LOW: 5-150w; HIGH: Over 150w
  • QSOs
    • PH - Number of Phone QSOs
    • CW - Number of CW QSOs
    • DIG - Number of Digital (PSK, PKT, RTTY) QSOs
    • TOT - Number number QSOs
    • PTS - Point Total of QSOs (Phone-1; CW/Digital-2
  • Multipliers
    • CO - Number of VT County Multipliers; Total:14
    • CL - Number of VT Club Mulipliers; Total 2 (W1NVT, WB1MG)
    • TOT - Total Number of Multipliers
  • PWR - Power Multiplier: QRP-3; LOW-2; HIGH-1
  • SCORE
  • AWARD - Awards Qualified For
 













ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I would like to thank the Central Vermont Amateur Radio Club for the opportunity to run the Vermont QSO Party this year. Administration of the Party is passed around the various Vermont clubs every two years. Thank you to the Radio Amateurs of Northern Vermont for their support as this year’s (and last year’s) sponsor. And finally, thank you to all of you who participated. We will see you all next year as the Vermont QSO Party will be better than ever!

73, Mitch W1SJ
12 March 2013



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