My apologies for the delays in getting this out there… The results are in.
Despite poor propagation, participation was excellent this year. The only year with more entries was 2017. QSO totals were up 18% over last year. Only one record was set this year. Illinois’ WS9V, operating with the help of KD9GKL, was our first out-of-state multiop QRP entry.
I’m finalizing the certificates right now. Hopefully they’ll start appearing over the weekend.
Please mark September 6th, 2020 in your calendar for the next running of the TNQP. Thanks for entering in 2019!
We’ve received three logs for contests other than the Tennessee QSO Party. We like Texas and Ohio, but we expect them to score their own QSO Parties(grin).
Please check your Cabrillo file before sending, and make sure you’re sending the right Cabrillo file.
As of Monday, Sept. 9th we have entries claiming QSOs with 88 of the 95 counties.
Thanks to all who participated in the 2019 running of the Tennessee QSO Party. Conditions could have been better, much better in fact, but 80M held up late in the day when our mobile stations and bonus station kept the airways active.
The logs are pouring in at a pretty good clip, and the Logs Received page has been updated. If you have not yet sent in your log, please email it in Cabrillo file format to firstname.lastname@example.org. All logs are due by October 2, 2019.