Passing my 100+ CW mode QSO goal
Last weekend my 100th CW contact was with Terry K8EHEIt took me about six weeks from my first on-air QSO to reach this goal. I created a map of my world wide QSOs. Some stations are represented more than once on the map because I had contacts with them on subsequent days.
For some reason stations with a slash in the call failed to generate locations on the map due to a bug in the program I'm using to generate the KML. So some of the stations (at least a few of the DX stations) aren't displayed.
|World Wide QSO map (excluding stations with slash in their call)|
This map shows the US contacts so far...
|Operators in the Midwest must not answer my CQ|
Encourage new CW operatorsLast night I had the opportunity to be the first CW contact for Larren KE0CGB, so it's good to hear other new CW operators coming on the air. I made sure to QRS to a speed he could comfortably copy.
That's all for now
So Lower your power and raise your expectations