Here’s some updated information about the 24 August-25 August 2019 Hawaii QSO Party.

Accessed on 25 July 2019, 0255 UTC, Post 1051.

Source:  Alana (AD6E/KH6TU) and Joe (AH0A).  Here’s the link:

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0?ik=8f7f0bdc77&view=pt&search=all&permthid=thread-f%3A1639992480708342453&simpl=msg-f%3A1639992480708342453

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Hawai QSO Party
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ARRL Members Only Web site <memberlist@www.arrl.org> Wed, Jul 24, 2019 at 3:38 PM
To: kh6jrm@gmail.com
Aloha ARRL Members,

Alan (AD6E/KH6TU) passes on a reminder about the Hawaii QSO Party, some
small rule changes and improved Internet links and log submission.
Great improvements by Alan and his HQP Team.

Kimo (KH7U) confirms the Koolau Amateur Radio Club will be operating
KH6J from the KH6YY super station on Oahu and Lloyd (KH6LC) says his
super station in Hilo is going to have a crew keeping the ionosphere
warm.

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For all Hawaiian hams:

Please save the dates: Aug 24-25 for the Hawaiian QSO Party

The HQP will run from 0400Z 24 August to 0359Z 26 August. Translated,
that’s 6 pm HST FRIDAY through 5:59 pm Sunday. Work as many stations on
as many bands and modes as you can

Complete rules:
http://www.hawaiiqsoparty.org/Rules/HQP/HQPRules-2019-A.html

Please report your score to https://www.3830scores.com/

Please send in your log, no matter how big or how small here:

http://www.b4h.net/hqp/hqpsubmitlog.php

Non-Cabrillo logs of any format may be emailed to me directly although
Cabrillo is much preferred.
The only change from last year is a new definition of the district
boundaries which are based on zip codes. A map can be found here:

http://www.mapability.com/ei8ic/maps/hawaii_qso_party_regions.php

If you don’t know exactly which area you’re in, please let me know or
just take your best guess based on the map.

Also, the KS and OH QSO parties will be running at the same time.
There’s no problem working those folks and logging them with the county
names they give you assuming your logging program allows you to do that.
Or just log them by the state name KS or OH and ignore their sent county
names. However, if you log their county names, you can also send a copy
of your log to those QSO Party organizers.

Again, all digital modes are considered “digital” so there are three
modes to use: CW, Phone, Digital.

Hopefully, the WX will cooperate and we’ll have some excellent
conditions.

With Aloha,
Alan AD6E / KH6TU   HQP Chairman

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ARRL Pacific Section
Section Manager: Joseph Speroni, AH0A
ah0a@arrl.org

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Hawaii Island Amateur/Ham Radio News:

“Grid Madness 2019”, the Hawaii Island-based VHF/UHF Simplex Contest,

set for Sunday, 15 September 2019, from 1300 to 1700 HST.  You can

download the revised contest package here:

https://gridmadness.blogspot.com


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Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM).

Public Information Coordinator

Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section

https://bigislandarrlnews.com.