Saturday mornings contacts
2. DK9PY 100mWs 39,565 mpw.
3. DJ1MM 500mWs 8,405 mpw.
It was now time to start dropping the power lower.
4. DL2DX 50mWs 82,857 mpw
Below was the best distance of the day for Saturday the conditions started to change on 10m and contacts were getting harder and harder to make. Besides it was time to get some things done around the house.
5. DL1NUX 40mws 101,702 mpw.
Once again on Sunday I found 10m to be very busy and the best band for my QRPp contacts. The Worked all Germany contest was still in full swing, so I jumped in to see how things worked out.
Sunday mornings contacts
1. RK3ER 100mWs 51,830 mpw.
2. DL4CF 30mWs 135,039 mpw.
The next contact was the best of the weekend for mpw and also it now is my new record I have to try and beat.
3. DL0FOR 30mWs 138,067 mpw
I did give 20mWs a shot but it just did not seem to make the trip this weekend. Once the power was raised to 30mWs the station seemed to hear me and came back to me. I had only a few contacts that required repeats most sent and received signal reports were accomplished first time. The miles per watt calculations were done at the QRP ARCI web site. They have a calculator you can use. I did have some troubles with contest station calls at the ARCI website. Their calls would come back as a no shows. For these calls I found out their grid square at this grid square locator site From there I went to N9SSA's site, a miles per watt site based on grid square locators and punched in the info and received my miles per watt calculation. It's kinda like long math when it comes to miles per watt calculations....but it works!!