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W9AWE -- W9OAB

 

 

 

 


Logs Received In The 2012 ILQP  
Hints and Tips For The ILQP
AA9KZ
AF5CC
AH6EZ/W9
AI9K
DK2CF
DK2OY
DL3GA
K0JPL
K1UQE
K2HT
K2PEY
K3WA
K4AMC
K4BAI
K4CTL
K4FT
K4ZGB
K5WAF
K6CSL
K7JKM
K7TM
K8BHK
K8FZY
K8GT
K9BGL
K9BTQ
K9CEW
K9CS
K9CT
K9ELF
K9EN
K9FO
K9GXU
K9IUA
K9JG
K9JIG
K9JX
K9KM
K9KWL
K9NR
K9PG
K9PY
K9TCD
K9TIE
K9UQN
K9XE
K9ZM
K9ZO
KB3UCW
KB9FBI
KB9HGI
KB9NW
KB9UEF
KB9UWU
KC2SYF
KC9TEP
KC9TJY
KC9TMH
KC9TPD
KC9UZV
KD0DKE
KD4QMY
KD9AC
KD9GY
KD9MS
KE4KE
KE4VH
KF9D
KG0AL
KI0I
KJ9C
KK4HEG
KM9M
KS4X
LA8OM
N0HYL
N0LVA
N0UIH
N1AIA
N1EN
N1NN
N2BFD
N2BJ
N2WN
N3RJ
N3TG
N4PN
N4UF
N7TEW
N8II
N8OOU
N8XX
N9BPK
N9BT
N9DT
N9EWQ
N9FN
N9GUN
N9IO
N9JF
N9LAH
N9LYE
N9OK
N9REP
N9UFO
N9UPG
N9RJM
N9VPV
N9WEW
N9YPN
NA2NY
NB4F
ND3R
ND9E
NE4TN
NG9R
NR9Q
NS9I
NT2A
NV9X
NX9G
NX9P
OK2EC
ON3ND
PA3ARM
PJ2/WI9WI
UA3AGW
VA3GKO
VA3RJ
VE2KOT
VE3GXW
VE3PYJ
VE6BMX
VE7CV
VE9HF
W0BH
W1END
W2CVW
W2R
W2UDT
W3RP
W4ANT
W4NA
W4UT
W4ZPR
W5DTR
W6AQ
W6GMT
W7KAM
W8CAG
W8TM
W9ABG
W9AIU
W9AX
W9CA
W9EBK
W9GIG
W9I
W9IE
W9IL
W9KAO
W9KVR
W9NXM
W9OA/9
W9P
W9QL
W9VQ
W9WE
W9WTF
W9YRC
W9YS
WA3AAN
WA3HAE
WA4ZOF
WA6KHK
WA9AQN
WA9LEY
WA9LT
WA9TUG
WB0PYF
WB7CYO
WB8RFB
WB8WKQ
WB9LPW
WB9LRK
WC9V
WD9CIR
WD9EEK
WD9FMB
WN9V
WO9S
WS8K
WU9D
WX9PAL
WX9PIA
WX9U

 

**These logs were received with incomplete data and are classified as check logs.

 

 

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Western Illinois Amateur Radio Club, Inc.

 


When calling CQ or running a frequency, stand by often for mobiles and rovers who may be buried under the fixed station signals.

Many years the ILQP coincides with the Jamboree On The Air. Please be courteous to our future contesters. Give them space and make contacts with them as well.

QSO's must be logged using the long standing four letter abbreviations for Illinois counties. These abbreviations are shown on the summary sheet. The accepted abbreviations for US states and Canadian provinces are also shown. Using ambiguous abbreviations may result in busted contacts.

Remember, there is a minimum data set that constitutes a valid QSO log entry. Missing or incomplete QSO data may result in a busted contact. See the current year rules sheet for details.

Operators should log contacts using GMT time and date. Submissions in other time and date standard may be returned to the entrant for correction.

Electronic logs must be submitted in either cabrillo or excel format. Any other format may be used if prior approval is given by the ILQP Committee.

A paper printout from a computer logging program submitted without the electronic log file or cabrillo file will be considered a check log and not entered into competition.

 

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