Contest University
Thu, May 17, 2018
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Dayton, Ohio USA
Contest University
Thu, May 17, 2018
Dayton, Ohio USA

Contest University Files

2018:

K1DG:  Radio contesting – Having Fun is Easy
W3LPL:  How to Improve your Transmitting Antennas for Low Solar Activity
N0AX:  RadioSport Contesting Hints and Kinks
N6TV:  CW and RTTY Skimmers and the Reverse Beacon Network
W5ZN:  Utilizing Digital modes FT8 and MSK144 for Competitive Advantage in VHF Contests
W3LPL:  Easy to Build Low Band Receiving Antennas for Small and Large Lots
N0AX:  Grounding and Bonding for Contest Stations
K1DG:  How to Read and Learn from your Log-Checking Report
W0YK:  Having Fun with RTTY Contesting
W3LPL:  How to Adapt your DX Contest Strategies for Low Solar Activity
K2YWE:  Contest Operating Best Practices
N6TV:  The Advantages of Waterfall Displays for Contesting and DXing
W0YK:  Pursuing RTTY Contesting to the Limit
K3LR:  Some Thoughts About Contesting & Optimization
W3YQ:  Antenna/Tower Reliability
NC0B:  2018 Contest Radio Review

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