2022 RC3 Leader Board

 

Standings through Jay Hudak Memorial 80m Sprint

 

Rank Call Total Points
1 WA5AMM 778.25
2 K9VIC 765.18
3 N5SLY 757.83
4 KC3FL 755.17
5 W3HF 617.00
6 KF3AA 614.24
7 NY7H 597.85
8 KD6TR 584.76
9 K5SP 552.23
10 VA3TPS 493.04
11 KA5VZG 438.20
12 KK6M 405.24
13 KN4ZXG 382.84
14 N8TCP 381.73
15 K4VBM 374.82
16 W9SMR 370.00
17 KR4U 360.71
18 N6MG 359.56
19 KK6KMU 357.29
20 AB8YZ 355.05
21 KI4WVW 346.47
22 N7GVV 339.80
23 N8FL 332.95
24 VE3OOZ 315.19
25 N2EPE 299.33
26 WB9KVI 298.54
27 W3WMU 285.33
28 KO4CVU 282.08
29 KC4OBB 270.86
30 KB3RAN 262.65
31 N8EUI 262.61
32 K4REB 259.44
33 WA4EEZ 257.09
34 VA7GEM 238.85
35 KO4YIN 237.88
36 AG4QX 237.16
37 KC8TVW 234.59
38 AB3GY 226.53
39 KC8ROA 214.76
40 WD4RCG 199.83
41 KE8QYK 199.39
42 VA3FLF 197.32
43 NU4N 195.44
44 KM4UDX 194.33
45 TI2YO 190.94
46 KG5OIB 188.78
47 NO8R 186.61
48 N9JCA 168.98
49 KR0ES 167.02
50 KC4TIE 165.92
51 KE4DRF 153.54
52 K7DWI 150.75
53 K2EXE 148.10
54 KZ3T 147.75
55 N6TE 146.56
56 KA6J 138.78
57 WU9D 137.64
58 VE3LTN 137.24
59 K0CIE 131.74
60 AB9CA 131.34
61 W4BZM 129.89
62 NN9K 126.04
63 KD9DVB 123.44
64 AC8NM 119.31
65 N3XL 113.79
66 K8RGI 108.88
67 K3JT 106.97
68 KO4HXC 105.70
69 AC2OC 105.62
70 NN9C 102.18
71 AG7CC 99.70
72 N3GTY 99.28
73 VE2ESX 98.62
74 N5EIF 97.00
75 N0NM 95.91
76 KD2YJX 94.77
77 KG6MZS 93.27
78 AA9WP 89.54
79 NF1T 88.96
80 WA1LAD 88.84
81 KJ7MEB 88.52
82 AJ3DI 88.08
83 K8IJ 87.93
84 AD8FD 86.87
85 WB8TDG 85.86
86 KC3SMW 84.62
87 WA8UMT 83.36
88 AK5Y 82.83
89 KK4HEG 82.78
90 AF1R 80.85
91 KE0STT 78.83
92 AB0H 77.69
93 KC2WUF 75.94
94 AI4WW 75.53
95 WG0Y 75.30
96 WA3GM 73.23
97 N1MGO 72.67
98 N7RI 72.17
99 AB8SF 70.49
100 KD7KDO 70.35
101 KF3AA/3 69.64
102 W7DHH 69.28
103 N9KJU 65.17
104 W0HRO 64.03
105 WB4UBK 61.61
106 AE1P 61.51
107 W6IA 60.83
108 KC3CNE 60.55
109 W4KRN 60.55
110 WB4JJJ 60.45
111 KF5KWO 59.54
112 KC9UR 59.48
113 K4RVA 58.76
114 NZ4N 56.10
115 N1ZZZ 55.38
116 K7DTB 54.49
117 WB4QOJ 52.66
118 WJ4HCP 52.47
119 K6NIA 52.37
120 KK4E 52.21
121 AC2FA 52.20
122 WB4OSU 51.07
123 W2ECK 51.00
124 WC9D 49.49
125 KC9CSC 46.41
126 K5WW 45.83
127 VA3RSA 44.78
128 K9DWR 44.03
129 KE0CEN 43.55
130 N4FA 42.32
131 K3URT 41.25
132 NN5SD 40.76
133 N7AME 39.39
134 WA8OJR 39.34
135 KD2SGM 39.29
136 KC0JQO 38.33
137 N3BIO 38.21
138 N7TCO 37.50
139 KG8ZQ 37.41
140 VA3RTG 36.28
141 N3UYI 35.59
142 KD2DVW 35.30
143 AA3RC 34.45
144 AG6AG 34.40
145 WN0BSA 34.17
146 KC1SA 33.31
147 N7QU 32.17
148 KI6HQT 29.33
149 WB0PTO 29.33
150 N9SB 27.05
151 KE7GKI 26.20
152 W5TP 25.14
153 KA0HMQ 25.09
154 K5AEB 24.86
155 TI2BSH 23.68
156 KZ1O 22.50
157 K4KZ 21.15
158 KE8MOI 20.74
159 VA2SIB 19.66
160 VE2HEW 18.97
161 N6PCD 18.68
162 W7ZDX 17.16
163 EB3JT 17.00
164 NK4I 15.14
165 AC0QG 15.04
166 KJ0P 14.08
167 KD5HIP 13.50
168 WA1YGT 13.28
169 N3JWJ 13.02
170 KF8MZ 12.38
171 PY3TD 12.11
172 NU9W 12.06
173 K3JSJ 11.05
174 N0TXW 10.21
175 K7PAX 7.98
176 PY3LX 6.51
177 W4GHV 6.00
178 PY3TR 1.51

 

2022

 

RC3 - The Rollo Cup
 

Contest Championship Series

 

RC3 Top Ten Standings

 

Standings thru Jay Hudak Memorial 80m Sprint

 

Rank Call Total Points
1 WA5AMM 778.25
2 K9VIC 765.18
3 N5SLY 757.83
4 KC3FL 755.17
5 W3HF 617.00
6 KF3AA 614.24
7 NY7H 597.85
8 KD6TR 584.76
9 K5SP 552.23
10 VA3TPS 493.04

 



 

2021 APE Tall Tales


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KK6KMU
 

KK6KMU, Bob, conducted a successful APE on August 4th from San Clemente State Beach CA.  His report of his successful activity can be read here.
 

 

N5SLY
 

N5SLY, Lee, conducted a successful APE on August 5th from Eisenhower Birthplace State Historic Site near Denison, TX.  His report of his successful activity can be read here.

 

N6MG
 

N6MG, Milt, conducted a successful APE on August 7th from Elsinore Peak in California.  His report of this successful activity can be read here.
 

AC9HP
 

AC9HP, Wayne, conducted a successful APE on August 13-15th from Monroe State Park, Bloominton IN.  His report of this successful activity can be read here.
 

N6MG
 

N6MG, Milt, conducted a successful APE on August 14th from Mt. Palomar Observatory in California.  His report of this successful activity can be read here.

 

KC9UR


KC9UR, Bob, along with W9SMR, Stan, conducted their 9th annual APE from a rented cabin at Trine State Recreational Area, K-4182 near Angola, Indiana August 20-22.  Their report can be read here.


KB3RAN


KB3RAN, Dave, conducted his APE activity August 20-21, from the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse near Lubec, Me.  The report of his activity can be read here.

2021 August PSK Expedition
(APE)

 

 

To encourage PSK31 operations in the field and to research and gain practical experience in the portable capabilities of the PSK31 mode, the PODXS 070 Club offers to the members the August PSK31 Expedition (APE) Award. The APE Award is offered to any 070 Club member who during the month of August, organizes, sets up, and operates a portable PSK31 expedition which meets all Award requirements.

In order to participate you will submit your planned operations to the APE Manager. The PODXS 070 members will then seek out and make contacts during the planned operations, SPOTS will be made, and then you can also submit a summary of your APE for others to read about.  

Is this the year for your APE?  Due to the corona virus shut down preventing many outdoor activities, are you ready to get out and play radio away from home?  This is your chance to explore a new park, forest, shore or campground.  Or just going to a county park and setting up on a picnic table for an afternoon.  You can also visit a new grid square and help activate it for others while getting credit for working it for yourself also.  See “Grid Credit While Operating Away From Home” in the files section at 070Clubgroups.io for the details on submitting your log.

Reports of past APE’s are now posted on the PODSX070 website under Tall Tales.  Read some of these stories and get ideas about doing your own expedition this year.  I’m looking forward to hearing your plans. And available to help with operating tips. 

Personally, I'll be doing an APE from West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, Lubec, Maine from Aug 20th through 22nd for International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend.  See  https://illw.net/ for details.  I'll be working from my camper van on the premises on 20 and 40 meters.  Maybe some 80 or other bands.  I'll be using a hamstick on 20 and hopefully can get some wire in the air for 40 meters.  I have a multiband 80-2 meter mobile antenna I'll be testing out also.  Then soon as the ILLW is over, I'll be staying on the air to complete my 366 endorsement on the 23rd. 

 

 

Dave Hardy

KB3RAN

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