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PVRC NEWSLETTER  -  JANUARY 2001
PVRC CALENDAR:
Weekly    Wed      
BWI Regional weekly breakfast. Wednesdays 7:30 am,
Basil's Deli, Elkridge Landing Rd near BWI.
Monthly                               
Over-the-Hill Luncheon.  TBA.  See reference page.
Jan 4     Thu
PVRC/NC meeting at Ryan's in Cary. 
Jan 8     Mon
Central meeting at the Maryland location. See reference
page.
Jan 16   Tue
Northwest region meeting in Frederick, MD.
Jan 16   Tue                          
Tidewater Colony meeting night.  See reference page.
Jan 20 - 21                           
ARRL January VHF Sweepstakes
Jan 27 - 28                           
CQ 160m CW Contest  5 PM EST Fri to 11 AM EST Sun
We regret to report the passing of Steven C. Affens, K3SA,
of Olney, MD.  See Pres report below.  Picture provided by
W3GG; showing Steve as ZF2SA. (The picture appears only in
the paper edition.  Steve was shown in his operating
position at ZF2SA.)
PVRC PRESIDENT'S REPORT for January, 2001 by Brian
McGinness, N3OC, Pres.
As most of you know, last month we lost Steve Affens, K3SA. 
Steve was in the Cayman Islands for his 30th anniversary and
of course the CQWW CW contest, where he operated as ZF2SA. 
Burt, W3GG reports Steve was snorkeling offshore Tuesday
after the contest when he returned to the boat not feeling
well, and suddenly collapsed.
Steve was an active PVRCer to the very end.  He was also our
club historian, and webmaster.  My thanks to the 15 PVRCers
who attended his funeral.  He was laid to rest with his
favorite key.  And also my thanks goes to Burt Cohen W3GG
who helped Steve's family and made sure that all his log
have been submitted.  I'm sure he would have wanted that.
2000 was another successful year for PVRC.  We continue to
grow, have a good time, and be successful in many contests. 
In fact, we are winning just about everything except the big
DX contests.  A lot of the credit for this has to go to our
club officers and regional coordinators who are doing a
great job.  My special thanks to our VP Jack Hammett, K4VV,
who has put together several fine meeting programs over the
last year.  Our Secretary, Bob Dannals W2GG handles all the
paperwork and finds time to track the scores every contest. 
And Dave Baugher WR3L, our Treasurer, has been able to
continue the treasury through donations only.
Others help too.  As I mentioned above, K3SA was our
historian and webmaster, and will have to be replaced.  Our
newsletter editor, Dick Wilder K3DI continues to do a fine
job with the newsletter, which can be a thankless job. 
Thanks, Dick!  And our thanks to Pete, N4ZR for tracking the
5 million award for us, which has become quite popular with
32 new plaques given out last month.
During the upcoming year, I plan to use our newly elected
eight trustees to help the club officers formulate policy. 
We will be looking at changes to club scoring rules, and how
it may or may not effect the club center.  We will be
working on presentations for the club meetings, hopefully
starting with a presentation on stacked yagis from WX0B.
Thanks for helping to make 2000 a good year for PVRC, and I
look forward to an even better one in 2001.  GO PVRC!
TREASURERS REPORT by Dave Baugher, WR3L, Treasurer
Thanks to all for the donations throughout the year.  A full
financial report will be in the February Newsletter after I
close the year.  For December I would like to thank the
following for the donation:  W2GG, K1EFI, W3YOZ, N3OC,
KO4MR, N3UN, W3PP, K1ZZI, W3ZN, W3AZ and W8ZA., Of the
donations $100 was in memory of K3SA.
PVRC November minutes by Brian McGinnes, N3OC, Pres
The November PVRC meeting was held at 7:30 PM in Temple
Hills MD, after dinner at Topoleno's, which has re-opened
after the fire.
The following members were present: W3CP, K3IRV, WR3L, K3MM,
W3LPL, W3AZ, W3HVQ, W3TOM, WK3I, K3KU, W3UL, KD4D, KE3Q and
N3OC.  Scott KT4ER is attending his first meeting and
interested in joining PVRC.
N3OC gave the president's report.  After the CW SS, we are
running about even with last year's totals.  There are
probably some stragglers, so with a good effort in SSB we
should be able to recapture the Sweepstakes club title.
The holiday dinner is confirmed at the Olive Garden Monday
12/11 starting at 6pm, with dinner at 7pm.  Jack K4VV has
made arrangements for us to use their large room.  We will
be awarding 32 new 5m plaques and 8 club competition gavels.
K4VV is out of town on business.  WR3L gave a brief
treasurer;s report.
Old business - the results of the annual elections were
announced. The president is N3OC, VP K4VV, Secretary W2GG,
Treasurer WR3L, and trustees K3MM, KE3Q, N3RR, N4ZR, W4MYA,
N4AF, W4ZYT and K4IQ.
The evening's presentation was an update on CT ethernet
networking by N3OC.  Two computers running CT with network
cards and an ethernet hub were set up, and how to configure
the network cards to work under DOS, and which ones will
work was discussed.  There was also information on how to
make a PCMCIA ethernet card for a laptop work under DOS.
After the presentation, the usual war stories were told.
12/7/00 PVRC/NC Meeting Minutes by Bob Lukaszewski, K4HA
relayed by KS4SG.
The meeting was held at Ryans Family Restaurant in Cary from
5:30-7:30pm.
Attendees.  Brian K3KO, Willy K3VW, Bob K4HA (notes), Jim
K4QPL, Bob N2NFG, Ron Spencer N4XD, Jeff NX9T, Gary W2CS
(presided in chairman K2AV's absence), Will WJ9B, and Jim
WW4M
Regrets.  K2AV, K4TMC, KI7WX, KS4XG, N4AF
Membership.  This is the first meeting of N4XD Ron Spencer.
Ron was a contester on the west coast for quite a while
before moving to 4 land. Welcome Ron! 
KI7WX has accepted a position with DNA Sciences in northern
California, move date TBA. Needless to say we're going to
miss the heck out of you Mark!  Chapter membership remains
at 37.
Chapter member news.  N2NFG, Bob, worked the 160 contest,
and noted conditions were poor, but still managed to have a
good time.  Was looking for a couple guys to form a team and
have a nice rivalry between the HVCDX team and PVRCNC in the
NAQP CW in January. (Since a lot of us know the 2 landers
personally)
K3VW, Willy, still working on his tower, has 90 ft of Rohn
45 up with 30 more to go.  Then he will pile on the
monobanders from 10-40 and wires on 80/160 as soon as he is
done.  Cant wait to get back contesting..
K3KO, Brian, states that at 2AM Sunday morning the ACOM went
west..!!!, The techs think it has a grid-Screen short. Acom
has asked for the amp back and are working on it feverishly
to get it fixed.  They say they haven't seen this failure
mode before.  Brian still waiting patiently on the second
10M beam so he can get his stack going, but it hasn't
shipped yet.
WJ9B, Will, worked the 160 CW contest, 546 Q's low power. 
Tried his hand at SO2R in SS but needs a bit more practice,
and more concentration.  He also sez he has outgrown the
A3S.
K4QPL, Jim, worked CWSS full time and still managed to get
behind a bunch of the guys here.  Now has rotatable 40 M
dipole (U SHAPED)  that seems to be working OK.
N4XD, Ron, works 160-2 meters (minus repeaters).  Working
with K4HA on some K9AY loop array receive antennas for
160/80.
K4HA, Bob, worked SS with Will AA4NC, worked the 160 CW
Friday night with Jim K4MA, but we didn't get to work at
Wills Saturday night, So Will and Jim single op'ed it from
their places. Helped Jeff NX9T put up his 72 ft free stander
with Bert N4CW, and now waiting for him to get done with the
driveway before we start cranking up the antenna party.
NX9T, Jeff, says now that the tower is up thanks to K4HA and
N4CW, he can concentrate on getting the driveway poured
before Suzie lets him (or Bert and Bob) put up any more
antennas. Can't wait until it gets done.
WW4M, Jim, Worked the SS Phone from Brian K3KO's place and
had a blast.  Done with school now and looking for the
perfect job. (Congrats Jim and good luck with the job hunt)
W2CS, Gary, operated KI7WX's place for the CW SS, and had a
great time.  Thanks Mark. Operated from N4AF in CQWWCW/SS
Phone.  Had a great time there as well: Thanks Howie.
KI7WX, Mark, reported via email that he netted just under
800 Qs plus a sweep in phone Sweepstakes before having to
head out of town. He poked around during CQWW CW making a
couple hundred Qs. Mark plans to make a serious effort in
the 10 meter contest with K4MA (and maybe others, there was
an invite sent to the chapter). Mark reports his station now
has beams for 10-40 and wires for 80 meters with a 402CD at
115', 4/4 stack of M-Squared 20M4DX and a Hygain 105CA fixed
on Europe added since the last meeting. He's wondering if
other PVRCers are using the M-Squared 2800DCP rotor as he's
having trouble keeping the position info. Mark is expecting
to build a homebrew 5el for 15 meters to be fixed on Europe
and something for 160. Mark will be commuting to the San
Francisco area from this point but will try to be home for
the big contests. Mark says guest ops are welcome for the
contests he'll have to miss.
Next Meeting.  The next meeting will be Thursday January 4th
at Ryans in Cary. Come at 5:30 for rag chewing, meeting
starts at 6pm.
PVRC SCHOLARSHIP
A $1000 annual scholarship has been established on behalf of
PVRC.  To be eligible for the PVRC scholarship, applicants
must be US residents holding any class of amateur radio
license, and seeking a baccalaureate degree from a U. S.
college or university.  Preference will be given to active
operators providing documented evidence of amateur radio
contest activity (i.e. log pages, club news letters,
magazine articles, awards, etc.). 
The paper edition of this issue reproduced a news release
from the FAR.
SHORT NOTES FROM THE EDITOR, K3DI
After 41 years of ham radio, Dave Klimaj, W4JVN has received
the 5BDXCC and reached the Honor Roll.
Craig Lee, N3NT, reports that this year's QSL order should
be available for the January meetings.  Cards ordered by
K3PD, N3HXQ, W4YE, K2PLF, W3DAD, AA4KD, K4JA, W3OU, N3HF,
K2UOP, KV3R, N3TG, N4EL, N3SB, K3IRV, N1KC, N1KCE, K4YT, and
WX3B totaled 25,000.
Art Brown, W3KHZ/VY2MM was released from the hospital
recently and hopefully the intestinal blockage problem is
under control.  He is scheduled for additional surgery on
January 12th.  Marty, K2PLF, thanks those who sent cards and
he asks that you remember Art and Mary in your thoughts and
prayers.
I'm increasing my volunteer support of the ARRL propagation
tests on the future 60 meter ham band.  Stations with calls
WA2XSY1 through WA2XSY15 are comparing propagation between
3.5, 5, and 7 MHz.
During the SS/CW conest, I jumped to 10m where I called CQ
using full break-in.  I soon found the signal louder than my
CW sidetone was my own backscatter.  Great.  I rotated the
antenna to peak my back scatter and picked up a couple NE US
states.
I thank the club for the nice desk pen set with a glass
globe and a plaque that reads "Dick Wilder, K3DI. A World of
Appreciation for the PVRC Newsletter."  Actually the award
should go to the regional secretaries who send me their
minutes, the club officers who send articles and the big job
that W2GG does by supplying the updated dBase addresses each
month and the latest score tabulations. I'm sorry I missed
the first Christmas meeting in some 15 years and missed the
presentation.  But, at age 68, I was attending to my chest
pain which turned out to be gastro esophageal reflux which
is commonly called "heart burn."   That has nothing to do
with the heart.
S C O R E S   by Bob Dannals, W2GG
Changes/additions/deletions to W2GG via packet or w2gg@arrl.net
  ### = missing information
 
ARRL CW SS (FINAL - 12.12.2000)
 
CALL   PREC QSO SEC     TOTAL
N4AF    B  1303  80    207,840
W4MR    B  1265  80    202,400
K3MM    B  1230  79    194,340
N4ZR    B  1143  80    182,880
W4MYA   U  1119  80    179,040
K2PLF   B  1050  79    165,900
K3SA    B  1022  80    163,520
N4CW    B  1010  80    161,600
WR3L    M  1003  80    160,480
K4MA    B  1023  77    157,234
W2CS    A   968  80    154,720
K4IX/3  M   950  80    152,000
W3PP    B   945  80    151,200
WJ9B    A   891  78    138,996
N2NFG   A   882  78    137,592
K3TM    A   864  79    136,512
K4QPL   A   842  79    132,878
W8ZA    U   810  80    129,600
W4NF    U   800  80    128,000
K4TS    M   797  80    127,520
W3HVQ   B   803  78    125,268
N3AM    B   753  78    117,312
N4MO    A   733  79    115,814
K4TX    B   722  79    113,286
N3SB    A   732  77    112,728
K3DI    U   703  80    112,480
K3KO    U   703  80    112,480
K7SV    A   701  80    112,160
W4ZYT   M   663  80    106,080
W4YE    A   662  79    104,596
W3CB    A   641  80    102,560
KM3V    Q   630  80    100,800
W2GG    A   625  80    100,000
NC3Y    A   645  72     92,880
W4RX    B   574  78     89,544
KT3Y    B   585  76     88,920
ND3F    Q   550  80     88,000
N3II    A   555  78     86,580
N4GU    Q   550  77     84,700
W4BQF   B   602  71     85,484
K2AV    B   531  79     83,582
K3SV    U   505  80     80,800
W4PRO   Q   504  77     77,616
WD3P    Q   502  76     76,304
N3OC    U   450  80     72,000
N4MM    B   449  80     71,840
W3AZ    B   454  78     70,824
N1WR    A   436  79     68,888
K3RA    A   451  76     68,552
WX3B    U   462  74     68,376
K4ZW    A   410  80     65,600
W3DAD   A   350  76     53,200
KO4PY   Q   353  73     50,954
N3UN    A   324  75     48,600
W3CP    A   337  72     48,528
N3KW    U   295  80     47,200
W4HJ    U   300  74     44,400
NT4D    U   220  69     30,360
NY3M    A   222  68     30,192
KS4XG   B   231  65     30,030
W3GN    B   190  69     26,220
K3DSP   A   187  65     24,310
AA4KD   A   167  65     21,710
K3YDX   A   163  64     20,864
N3HUV   U   118  50     11,800
NE3H    U   105  53     11,130
N3WK    Q    72  48      6,912
W4ATC   A    13  10        260
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
68 LOGS       TOTAL   6,526,976
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Last year 63 CW scores were
reported totaling 5,613,916.
We exceeded last year by 16%!
** SPECIAL OPERATIONS **
WP3R    B  1573  80    251,680   by KE3Q
Operator list:
K4IX/3 K4IX KT4P 
K4TS   K1SE K4GMH WB4LNT NR4M
W2CS   at QTH of KI7WX
W4ATC  WW4M KF4RDN
W4MR   AA4NC
W4ZYT  W4SD N8CH KC4VZK KU4EC W8RJL AF4CD W4ZYT
W8ZA   K8OQL
WR3L   K3FT WR3Z KA3TUL WR3L
LAST YEAR - UNLIMITED CATEGORY
            logs Total CW & SSB
Northern Ca C C  119  11,713,328
Potomac V R C    139  11,611,242
Yankee Clip C C   79   6,421,482
Note: Last year 69 PH scores reported totaling 6,935,454.
We are 5% over last year's.
ARRL PH SS (FINAL 12.19.2000)
 
CALL   PREC QSO SEC     TOTAL
K3MM    B  1654  80    264,640
W2GG    B  1590  80    254,400
W2CS    B  1558  80    249,280
W4MR    M  1536  80    245,760
W4MYA   U  1518  80    242,880
K4MA    B  1453  80    232,480
K2PLF   B  1398  80    223,680
W4NF    U  1300  80    208,000
KS4XG   B  1251  79    197,658
K1HTV   A  1219  80    195,040
N4RV    M  1153  80    184,480
WW4M    B  1146  80    183,360
N2QT    U  1120  80    179,200
WR3L    M  1111  80    177,768
N3KW    B  1083  79    171,114
N3HXQ   B   951  80    152,160
KV3R    B   950  80    152,000
W3PP    U   945  80    151,200
W3SY    A   909  80    145,440
WR3Z    A   880  80    140,800
N4ZR    B   788  80    126,080
NY4A    B   781  80    124,800
K3DI    M   770  80    123,200
K4KDJ   M   753  80    120,480
N3OC    U   708  80    113,280
K1DQV   B   702  80    112,320
K3PZN   U   700  80    112,000
N3AM    U   656  80    104,960
K4IQ    B   560  79     88,480
K7SV    A   536  80     85,760
N4MM    A   525  80     84,000
K3SA    U   524  80     83,840
W3UJ    A   519  80     83,040
W4YE    A   502  80     80,320
N3JT    B   506  78     78,936
W3HVQ   B   492  80     78,720
KC8FS   A   481  80     76,968
K3GV    B   488  78     76,128
K3DNE   A   466  80     74,560
NE3H    U   456  79     72,048
K3IXD   U   448  80     71,680
K3RA    A   440  80     70,400
K4QPL   A   429  79     67,624
N3UN    A   406  80     64,960
WM3T    A   416  78     64,896
K2UOP   B   396  79     62,568
K3SV    U   401  77     61,754
W3YD    U   357  80     57,120
K3DSP   A   366  78     57,096
W3EKT   U   378  74     55,944
N3II    U   341  80     54,560
WA4QDM  A   332  79     52,456
K4ZW    A   305  80     48,800
K8OQL   B   318  74     47,064
NT4D    B   280  80     44,800
K3IRV   A   310  72     44,640
WX4DX   B   282  78     43,992
W3LEO   B   251  75     37,650
W3OU    U   229  78     35,724
4U1WB   U   240  72     34,560
N3HUV   U   208  79     32,864
W4SD    A   203  80     32,480
W3CP    A   214  71     30,388
KC9LC   A   218  63     27,468
AA4KD   A   196  68     26,656
N3WK    A   173  65     22,490
K3TM    A   161  64     20,608
W4HJ    U   154  65     20,020
W8ZA    B   165  59     19,470
K3GEG   A   141  64     18,048
KO4PY   Q   138  59     16,284
W4ZYT   B   120  60     14,400
W3DAD   U   111  51     11,322
N4EL    A   116  47     10,904
N4DEN   A    89  60     10,680
N3FX    A    93  48      8,928
WX3B    A    98  34      6,664
WU4G    A    58  41      4,756
K3YDX   A    59  40      4,720
NC3Y    A    72  26      3,744
K4TMC   A    48  32      3,072
K3KO    B     3   3         18
WD3P    Q     3   3         18
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
76 LOGS       TOTAL  7,275,550
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
** SPECIAL OPERATIONS **
WP3R    B  2723  80    435,680   by KE3Q
Operator list:
4U1WB  AJ3M
K3DI   W3UL W3OQ K3DI
K3PZN  WX3B AK3Z N3SB WX3F (plus
      non-PVRC: N3GQK N3JIA KB3CAW N3XLY W3ARS N3YIM)
K4KDJ  K4EP N1KH KF4YLM (non: KB3DGF)
N4RV   N4RV K4VV
NY4A   from KI7WX QTH
W2CS   from N4AF QTH
W2GG   from W3LPL QTH
W4MR   AA4NC K4HA
WR3L   K3FT AA3SC N3WJA WR3L
WR3Z   from N1WR QTH
WW4M   from K3KO QTH
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 68 LOGS - CW        6,526,976
 83 LOGS - PH        7,275,550
      GRAND TOTAL:  13,802,526
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
LAST YEAR - UNLIMITED CATEGORY
             logs Total CW & SSB
Northern Ca C C 119   11,713,328
Potomac V R C   139   11,611,242
Yankee Clip C C  79    6,421,482
 
CQWW DX CW (#4 12.22.2000)
Deadline for logs to CQ is 1/15!
CALL   BND QSO ZON CTY   TOTAL
 
SINGLE OP HIGH POWER - UNASSISTED
K4ZW      3505 143 441  6,001,768
W3UR      2581 147 454  4,494,879
W4MR      2548 134 417  4,093,930
N4ZR      2627 126 374  3,832,000
W4RX      2127 127 369  3,081,648
N3JT      1300 117 347  1,742,320
W4YE      1222 108 355  1,619,111
W3HVQ      948 115 341  1,233,024
N4MM       859 113 328  1,075,599
W4ZV   10 2009  37 138  1,022,350
K2UOP      823  98 297    934,175
N3UM       670  96 298    750,176
K4YT       567 108 299    648,758
K4HA       653  86 254    636,820
W3GN       644  96 256    632,544
W4ZYT      584  96 280    611,376
W3IO       554  83 203    454,168
W2YE       459  70 200    256,130
W4BQF      703  (180)     355,680
W4IF       371  68 180    265,856
W4HJ       303  65 194    225,848
W3AZ       482  33 121    213,290
K3SV   80  563  26  86    169,904
NT4D       260  44 142    141,360
W4NF       182  13  38     26,656
W4SD       106  ##  ##     26,058
K1KO        74  ##  ##     10,373
KS4XG       36  15  31      4,738
SINGLE OP LOW POWER - UNASSISTED
N1WR      1192 108 331  1,514,166
WJ9B      1126  92 283  1,194,750
K2YWE      768  98 307    842,400
KC8FS      786  96 271    822,080
W3UJ       696  75 262    667,597
NY3M       654  91 244    620,085
N4MO   15  977  36 121    445,723
N3UN       402  85 205    325,670
K7CMZ      373  75 203    278,000
K1EFI      411  53 177    267,030
WM3T       351  67 182    240,285
W3CP   10  383  28 102    143,910
W4HM       239  66 153    139,284
K3DSP      256  56 136    135,168
AA4KD      205  51 114     92,895
WX4DX       74  31  45     12,768
SINGLE OP QRP - UNASSISTED
K3SWZ  10  416  29 102    155,628
SINGLE OP ASSISTED
N3RR      2285 164 591  4,970,165
N3AM      2050 143 501  3,826,648
K4MA      2020 150 496  3,696,412
K2PLF     1724 117 377  2,465,060
K3KO       820 129 385  1,203,274
W3EKT      763 124 407  1,155,987
K3SX       760 122 344    978,134
NE3H       619  95 268    635,976
K3UG       521  (312)     463,320
W3OU       238  72 108    163,920
W3UL       212  49 135    103,960
MULTI - SINGLE
K4JA      3966 171 613  9,077,936
N4RV      1958 158 515  3,797,739
MULTI - MULTI
W3LPL     9733 197 777 26,768,442
W4MYA     5630 179 672 13,724,928
NY4A      6064 163 554 12,030,543
NR4M      4753 165 582 10,242,864
W8ZA      2324 148 505  4,299,352
K3DI      1284 109 379  1,792,424
DXPEDITIONS
ZF2SA     2705  98 256  2,136,390
HS0AC    (4019 158 427)   487,358
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
66 LOGS  TOTAL        146,478,810
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 66 LOGS - CW         146,478,810
 71 LOGS - SSB        100,112,533
      GRAND TOTAL:    246,591,343
 
OPERATORS (non-PVRC):
HS0AC   K3ZO (plus 10 non-PVRC)
K3DI    W3UL (VE3GLO) K3DI
K4JA    W4JVN K9GY K4JA (K9JY)
N4RV    N4RV N4RA K4VV
NR4M    NR4M K7SV K4GMH K4EU K1SE WA4JUK K4EC
NY4A    K2AV K7GM N4AF W2CS
W3LPL   K1HTV AI3M W3LPL N3OC K3KU KT3Y KD4D W2GG ND3F     
                          K3RA ND3A K3RV K3MM WR3Z
W4MR    N4CW at AA4NC QTH
W4MYA   W4DR W4HZ W4MYA WA4QDM WX3B WK4Y WU4G (K4WMA  
                               N0NM-3DA0CA WA4PGM)
W8ZA    K8OQL N8II W8ZA WD3A (KO3GA)
ZF2SA   K3SA
ARRL 160 CONTEST (#3 12.26.2000)
 
CALL     QSO  SEC  DX    TOTAL
 
**  SINGLE OP HIGH POWER
W4MYA    1171  76  25  246,238
N4AF      890  68  26  174,182
K2UOP     773  67   8  117,750
W3GN      642  60   6   85,932
K3SV      674  54   8   85,250
W4YE      565  64   3   72,896
N4CW      532   (61)    65,453
K8OQL     483  55   2   55,404
W3SO      364  53   4   42,180
K4MA      351  51   7   41,934
W4HJ      357  53   4   41,382
N3UM      260  50   3   28,249
W3HVQ     209  50   3   22,631
K1KO      125  ##   1   10,373
W3PP      101  36   2    7,904
KS4XG      53  29   0    3,074
**  SINGLE OP LOW POWER
WJ9B      546  61   3   70,464
N4MM      297  58   5   38,367
W2GG      315  47   3   31,950
W3CP      306   (50)    31,050
WA4QDM    218   (42)    18,312
N3UN      138  40   1   11,439
W4VC      145  35   0   10,225
K3DSP     139  34   0    9,452
WM3T      106   (36)     7,740
WX4DX      85  30   2    5,728
N3WK       70   (26)     3,640
W4HM       60   (29)     3,567
N3FX       59  21   0    2,478
**  SINGLE OP QRP POWER
WK3I      547   (63)    69,678
**  MULTIOP
K4IQ      849   (76)   130,872
W4NF      679  66   3   94,323
W3UR      608  63  12   94,125
K4HA      553  64   5   77,349
K3KO      550  63   6   77,142
K3DI      288  51   2   30,846
K4ZW      261   (52)    27,612
4U1WB      30   (15)       900
38 LOGS      TOTAL   1,948,091
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 LAST YEAR - 1999
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                logs     score
P V R C          44  2,681,778
FRANKFORD R C    31  1,525,454
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Operators (single op plus packet unless listed otherwise):
4U1WB  AJ3M
K4HA   K4MA K4HA
W3SO   K4VV at W3YOZ QTH
 
PVRC ARRL 10 m CONTEST RESULTS 
(#6 - 12/22/2000)
CALL   QSO'S  STS  DX     TOTAL
SINGLE OP HIGH POWER - MIXED
W2GG    3386  112 152  2,444,640
W4MYA   2610   (272)   2,132,480
K3ZO    ####  ### ###  1,950,960
N3OC    1827   (236)   1,333,872
N4ZJ    2010   (236)   1,240,888
K2UOP   1536   (240)   1,110,240
N4MM     720   (235)     521,700
K4VV     480   84  84    261,072
N4ZR     332    (99)     127,710
W4IF     200    (86)      69,144
K3MM     177    (62)      40,796
K2AV     139   46  16     29,016
SINGLE OP LOW POWER - MIXED
W3UJ     754   92 115    517,500
WK3I     525    (201)    342,504
W3DQ     561   88  87    275,450
KC8FS    508    (164)    266,008
K3DSP    562   85  88    262,268
WM3T     333    (134)    131,052
WD3A     321    (134)    120,064
K4HA     253   53  66     93,534
KF4OKG   150    (67)      20,502
SINGLE OP QRP POWER - MIXED
W3PP     640   93 100    371,332
SINGLE OP HIGH POWER - PHONE
N3HBX   1750   55  79    481,060
KV3R    1277   60  78    352,452
K4YT     ###   ##  ##    125,552
N3FX     520   52  64    120,640
K3IRV    368    (103)     75,808
K3GV     358   47  47     67,304
SINGLE OP LOW POWER - PHONE
K3DNE    689   52  63    158,470
N3FNE    344    (88)      60,544
K4TMC    240    (87)      41,760
N4DEN    196   45  41     33,712
N3EYB    192   33  36     26,496
K1SO      98    (51)       9,996
W3LEO    100   16  31      9,400
SINGLE OP HIGH POWER - CW
W4ZV    2317   60  96  1,445,808
N4AF    1613   59  87    942,576
K3SV    1495    (131)    783,380
W3GN     926   57  64    448,668
WU4G     882   56  70    445,536
N3UM     528   57  65    257,664
W3AZ     364   47  61    157,248
W4HJ     271    (82)      88,888
K1KO     120   35  16     24,480
SINGLE OP LOW POWER - CW
N4MO    1121    (135)    605,880
W3CB     ###   59  68    396,240
WJ9B     782   56  65    374,616
W4YE     630   50  70    328,120
K3KO     650   56  69    325,000
W4HM     543    (117)    254,592
WA4QDM   526   49  60    229,336
W3CP     458    (112)    205,184
W4VC     162    (53)      40,824
W3DAD    121   16  27     25,652
SINGLE OP QRP POWER - CW
KP2/N3IQ 1651  59  66    882,500
WD3P      73    (30)       8,760
MULTI OP
K4JA    2483   (293)   2,225,042
K1SE    2389  115 177  2,175,400
K4MA    2363   (292)   2,056,264
N3RR    2338  114 171  1,958,520
WR3L    1659  106 141  1,391,104
WX3B    2014  101 150  1,355,902
N3II     534   96 118    350,104
K1HTV    496   88  93    250,504
K3IXD    722   52  88    202,160
W3UL     382    (160)    184,320
K3DI     326   63  85    151,552
N3KTV    226   30  65     42,940
68 LOGS       TOTAL   35,840,690
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LAST YEAR - 1999
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P V R C               31,844,222
YANKEE CLIPPER C C    22,153,688
FRANKFORD R C         18,385,056
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Multiop operators:
Single op plus packet unless 
  indicated below.
K1SE    K4EU K1SE K4ZW
K4JA    K4JA W4JVN K9GY
K4MA    K4MA KI7WX
WR3L    K3FT KA3TUL WR3L AA3SC
WX3B    WX3B N3SB AK3Z
Guest op:
KP2/N3IQ  by ND3F
W2GG      at W3LPL
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