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The NAQCC Canadian Challenge

Final Results:

Non-Canadian Stations:

Call - Canadian QSO's
KD2MX - 31 = Non-Canadian winner
K3WWP - 29
W9CC - 13
W9ILF - 3

Canadian Stations:

Call - Canadian QSO's - Non-Canadian QSO's - Total QSO's
VE3HUR - 3 - 18 - 21 = Canadian winner

Late entry: VA3RKM - 32 - many - ??

Soapbox: K3WWP - All my Canadian QSO's came from 4 contests - NAQP, NAQCC Sprint, NAQCC 160M Sprint, CQWW 160M. More or less it was a matter of the challenge coming to me rather than me hunting out VE stations, although I did make a little extra effort to work the VE's in those contests when I heard them. It will be interesting to see the results as they come in.

W9CC - These QSO's came from our regular Sprint and our 160 Meter Sprint and the CQ WW 160 Meter Contest. 73, Larry

KD2MX - 25 of my total qsos were on 160M. 160 is a great band. Lots of room too! Five qsos on 80m & 1 on 40m. All contest QSOs, Spartan Sprint, Flying Pigs, NAQP, NAQCC 160, CQ160.

W9ILF - I enjoyed the challenge and always love having a QSO with a Canadian station, but just didn't hear many this month. I had a lot of QSO's for the month QRP so I guess maybe I wasn't looking in the right place. Still it was another fun challenge!

A few months ago we had a sprint with a special award for the most Canadian QSO's. It turned out to be quite popular and many of our Canadian members entered one of our sprints for the first time. Let's see what happens with a month long challenge involving Canadian stations.

Coincidentally, Canadian hams will be using special CG and CF prefixes during January on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the first voice broadcast of Reginald Fessenden. There is an award connected with the special prefixes also. For more info see

Jan 1, 2007 0000Z through Jan 31, 2007 2400Z

Non-Canadian stations: Make as many QSO's as possible with Canadian stations.

Canadian stations: Make as many QSO's as possible with other Canadian stations and non-Canadian stations.

You must use QRP and the other station can be using any power.

A certificate goes to the Canadian and non-Canadian station making the most QSO's.

You must work at least one Canadian station and submit a report to get a Participation Point and a web listing.

For your report, simply tell us how many qualifying QSO's you made. You may also include comments about the challenge.

Please preface any comments you want posted with "SOAPBOX:" so we will know what you want posted and what is private.

Send your results to:

E-mail: pix_email_naqcc (1K)

You must type that address into your email program.

Subject must read: (your call) NAQCC (month) Challenge

For example: K3WWP NAQCC June Challenge

Postal mail:
Tom Mitchell, KB3LFC
RD6 Box 122A
Kittanning, PA 16201

All entries must be RECEIVED before Feb 10, 2007 at 2400Z.