West Virginia QSO Party

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Flag of West Virginia

Date Third Sunday in June.

Time Sunday 18.00 – Sunday 24.00 UTC (Total 6 hours).

Eligible contacts Work stations once per band/mode. No repeater QSOs. WV to WV contacts allowed for QSO/multiplier.

Exchange WV stations exchange signal report and county; all others signal report and state/province/DXCC country.

Frequencies CW-1.810 and 35 kHz above band edge;
PHONE 1.860 3.860 7.260 14.260 21.360 28.360;
Novices 25 kHz above Novice band edge.

Scoring Score one point per phone and two points per CW QSO.

Score 25 bonus points (one time only) for working W8WVA the WV State ARC station.

Final score is QSO points X WV counties worked (total 55).

WV stations multiply QSO points X WV counties, states, provinces, and DXCC countries worked.

Add bonus points after all other calculations.

Tilt-N-Raise and West Virginia QSO Party

The use of the Tilt-N-Raise antenna mount in the West Virginia QSO Party event is a great idea. You can use the Tilt-N-Raise to get your antenna up in short order and then you can concentrate on getting the rest of your gear operational. Think of the extra West Virginia counties you and your group (if you are in one) can have in the logs. The antenna is a major part of an amateur radio station operating in West Virginia QSO Party and the last thing you need to worry about is whether the antenna will stay upright during the West Virginia QSO Party. If you have yet to buy a Tilt-N-Raise then just use our link to order a Tilt-N-Raise for yourself, then you can rest easy while working the West Virginia QSO Party or any other radio event.