For those of us that have not seen
Tim's, K3LR, antenna farm and even if you have you won't want to miss
this first hand view of the amtennas.
It is contest time again!
Here we go. It's time to dust off
those keys and mics and get back in the swing of contest season.
Besides Christmas, what else could be more fun? NCC will again triumph
and remember, we are the club to beat!
again, NCC won the Medium Club Category, with 31 submissions and an aggregate
score (both modes) of 81 million points.
That's an average
score of 2.6 million points per submission.
The next closest medium club was the Hudson Valley
Contesters, at 33 million points (900k points per submission.)
Note also that this score would have been #4 in the
Unlimited Category. Existing #4, NCCC,
totaled 63 million points with 75 entrants (840k per submission), and #5, SMC,
submitted 62 million points, with 103 submissions (601k per submission.)
Strong work, Warriors!
Congratulations to Tim, K3LR, and his crew for yet another Multi-Multi victory. Tim edged out W3LPL for the victory.
North Coast Contesters
NCC was formed in
1989 to further the efforts of contesters interested in the CQWW and
ARRL DX contests. The member area of the club is a 175 mile circle that
includes major parts of Ohio and Pennsylvania and extends into western
the the years NCC has
given back to contesting by encouraging members to compete in and enjoy
the major DX tests. Because of this NCC has won the medium club
competition in ARRL DX test 15 times and the past 8 years (Brag Page).
also has a presence at the Dayton
cosponsoring the Contest Super Suite. We are proud to count K3LR, owner
and driving force behind the K3LR
M/M machine and recent inductee into the CQ
Contest Hall of Fame, as a member.
sponsors 5 plaques for ARRL
SS and 2 plaques for CQWW CW and SSB.