MDC Top 11 Standard Entries
1 K3TW Tom Warren 136,416 Plaque Winner
2 KE3VV David Splitt 101,910
3 N3ALN Alan Muldawer 27,775
4 KR3E Ed Tobias 10,569
5 KB3RAZ Charles J Nemec, Jr 9,225
6 KB3ATI Brenda Diamond-Rose 8,820
7 KD3JK Bob Long 4,704
8 NG3K William B. Feidt 3,696
9 AI3G Doug Ermer 1,940
10 N3AEA Ron Tassi 992
11 W3NHR Jack Willock 679
1 KI3DS Anne Arundel Radio Club, Jr 32,630 Plaque Winner
2 W3HAM Cheese Hollow ARC 16,383
3 K3SMD Charles County ARC 6,600
1 K4MUT Bob McMeekin 53,915 Plaque Winner
2 W4HSA James G Sanders 3,000
3 WA3EOP Page Pyne 1,890
1 WB8YYY Curt Milton 7,378 Plaque Winner
2 KI4FW/3 Richard Cincotta 354
QRP International Category (Outside MDC)
1 K9EU Erik Wm Andersen 11,448 Plaque Winner
2 W3AG Joe Matt 1,552
3 WBØIWG James Stiles 75
Antietam Radio Association Member Winners
STD KD3JK Bob Long 4,704 Plaque Winner
VHF-UHF K2AVA Herman Niedzielski 648 Plaque Winner
MDC YL Winner
KB3ATI Brenda Diamond-Rose 8,820
International Category YL Winner
K8VFR Rosemarie Robinson 680
International Standard Category Winners
1 W1END Eldon Burkinshaw 2,783 Plaque Winner
2 KJ4AOM Raymond Cornelison 2,641
3 W1DWA Donald D Davis 2,601
Canada VE3GXW George Ward 360
Germany DLØERF VFDB-Clubstation Erfurt 72
Lithuania LY2ZZ Jonas Paskauskas 488
Alabama K4ZGB Tom Hardison 936
Arkansas AD5WI W. Mark Gentry 940
Arizona W7KAM Richard Palmer 4
DC KE3VV David Splitt 101,910
Florida K4GOP Dave P Mitchell 11
Georgia K4BAI John T Laney III 1,624
Standard K9FH Phil Lejman 1
QRP K9EU Erik Wm Andersen 11,448
Iowa N9HDE Scott Scheuerell 1,232
Kentucky KJ4AOM Raymond Cornelison 2,641
Maine AE1EP Robert Morse 9
Massachusetts W1DWA Donald D Davis 2,601
Michigan K8VFR Rosemarie Robinson 680
Missouri NR9A Jody Odem 156
New Hampshire W1END Eldon Burkinshaw 2,793
New Jersey W2LHL Hector J Kessel 1,984
New York NA2X Bob Rossi 1,309
North Carolina K4BSK Earl Brinson 204
Ohio KB8UEY Rob Lunsford 186
QRP W3AG Joe Matt 1,552
Rhode Island W1WIU James P Greenwood 1,133
Tennessee WA4JA John Almon 270
Virginia W4ZPR Jackson J Bennett 408
Wisconsin KC8KIO Paul Taddey 140
N4KIT - Band conditions pretty bad in SE Virginia. Couldn't find much activity from Maryland/DC.
N9HDE - It was great working the mobile operators on CW!
VE3GXW - Enjoyed myself but conditions did not seem that great.
KB8UEY - Need to get more MD folks on the air. ... over five hours SSB... Nobody found on PSK. Tried 10, 20, 40, & 80.
KI4FW/3 - I thought that I'd go portable/QRP with some hamsticks and my battery powered IC703...from the top floor of [an] office building in [DC]. I expected to do well from that height. Boy, was I wrong. Propagation was miserable on 20M and worse on 40M — at least for me. I couldn't face going back [on Sunday].
KR3E - Recommended 80m cw freq should be changed from 3.643 to remove it from extra SSB portion of the band.
W3HAM - Ops: W3NHR, W3SPY and WA3EOP. Lost one (new) HF Rig during the contest but our antique station plugged away. Had one 90 minute pileup on 20 Sunday Afternoon. Saturday Conditions poor here.
WA3EOP/M - From only 2 counties this year.
KB3NDS - Not much time to work the contest this year, but I had a great time doing it for a little bit. Thanks again for a fun contest!
N2WN - Wish it could have been more, sounded like there was decent activity.
KB3PXR - We need more 2 Meter Stations.
AI3G - This was my fourth time entering this contest and it gets better every year. Had to stop several times due to the thunderstorms.
NA2X - Lots of QRN and QSB at this end [NY], sure made 80 a tough go. Nice surprise to find short skip on 20M to MD. Thanks for all the contacts, especially to Bob, K4MUT, … great mobile activity and all the MD county multipliers!
K4MUT - Where were all the MDC club stations and mobiles this year? Need to change the 75/80-meter recommended frequencies. Blew up a rig in Baltimore. Had to go home for a replacement, wasting several hours Saturday. Spent hours in QAN waiting to get across the bridge after the truck accident closed it.
WB8YYY - Wow Thanks for sponsoring nice contest. Most of the time my QRP signal got thru. Please no plaque wanted even if more QRP [showed up] in MD.
K3SMD - We had fun!
KE3VV - Not many fixed stations on in Maryland counties. Most surprising QSO was with 4LØA in war-torn Georgia. Really tough band conditions.
W1END - Nice to work W4HSA/M on his way thru MD on Saturday. K4MUT/M provided most of the activity on both days. Thanks to them these are the most qso's for me in this party.
KJ4AOM - Great Contest....Thanks!
K3TW - Activity seemed lower this year, but as always, it was fun to operate in the Maryland-DC QSO Party.
N7BMG - [This was] my first effort at a contest.
W1DWA - I'd nominate K4MUT for Sainthood! Conditions awful - T'storms, etc. Had a good time. Thanks 73, Don
W2LHL - Thunderstorms terrible. Many thanks to K4MUT/M ...
K4BAI - Please change suggested 80M CW frequency to some freq between 3525 - 3600! Thanks.
K9EU - Thought I'd try QRP this year. Thanks to all who copied my weak signal, especially K4MUT/M.
K3UMV - Had fun.
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