Post Event Update.
W6I-QSL Information can be found at QRZ
Thanks to everyone who made contact! Here is the Post-Event Summary:
Total Contacts = 2,233
Operating Period: 2021/09/11 00:22 – 2021/09/19 18:57
Total Contacts by Band and Mode:
DX Contacts: Canada, Trinidad & Tobago, Alaska, France, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Puerto Rico, Spain, Cuba, Czech Republic, El Salvador, Italy, Mexico, Netherland, Northern Ireland, St. Lucia, Switzerland,
Stats Top Operators/Mode:
|1st||N5ZLT – 374||WV5G – 200|
|2nd||W5RAW – 303||KI5MPX – 189|
|3rd||WA5WFE – 243||KF5JED – 143|
We’ve received so many cool QSL cards we couldn’t just keep them to ourselves! Here are the QSL cards we’ve received as of the last update to this page!
73, We’ll see you next year!
Original Event Post:
Hello Everyone! It’s that time of year again. The Panhandle Amateur Radio Club will be activating Amarillo, TX & Adrian, TX as W6I. Look for us on SSB, CW and Digital Modes!
Feel Free to spot us if you find us.
2021 Activator Information:
can be found here (Link Removed)
Club meeting presentation can be found here
Hosted by the Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club – W6JBT.org
Date: September 11-19, 2021
Time: Start: 0001 Z September 11 End: 2359 Z September 19
Purpose of Event: is to commemorate the history of the “Mother Road” connecting the east and west areas of the US.
Simple Rules: Follow all 22 stations and contact their 1×1 callsigns (W6A-W6V) they will be on the air as much as possible. Each station has their own schedule and are on the air as operators are available and bands allow.