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W1AW/4 Operation in South Carolina:

from Kevan Nason, N4XL on July 15, 2014
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The second Centennial W1AW/4 South Carolina operation week begins on:

Wednesday July 16 at 0000 UTC (Tuesday July 15 8:00 PM EDT) and runs until:

Tuesday July 22 at 2359 UTC (Tuesday July 22 7:59 PM EDT)

An online schedule is available for W1AW/4 at:

The schedule will be updated frequently by our 25+ operators with demand and operator availability.

Please join us for a fun week!

All QSL's and Centennial points will be through ARRL Headquarters.

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Kevan Nason

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W1AW/4 Operation in South Carolina:  
by N8FYL on July 15, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
Great to see another W1AW portable operation using the N2IW Centennial QSO Party web app schedule. I just learned about this app the other day (see )and it looks like a great tool to help the organizers, the participating W1AW portable operators, and those of us who want to work the portable stations. I hope to see more states using the tool and letting us know the URL to read the schedules. I'm looking forward to the end of this bye week and the resumption of the Centennial QSO Party operations!
W1AW/4 Operation in South Carolina:  
by REMOVED_ACCOUNT_2015-01-09 on July 16, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
More qrm. Some of these operations were on dx frequencies. This is a nuisance which has been going on for 7 months now. Some work split.

The ARRL needs to stop this year long activity.
RE: W1AW/4 Operation in South Carolina:  
by KG4RUL on July 22, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
It seems to me that ARRL is endorsing contest operations on the WARC bands. The Centennial QSO Party awards "points" for contacts and makes awards based on scores. Sound like the definition of a contest to me. Let the games begin!
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