BARC participated in Field Day on June 23-24 2001.
Visit N1VUX's BARC Field Day page - it's much fancier than this one!
Field Day Score wrap-up ...
Our claimed scores are ... with 823 QSOs (576 CW + 247 Phone) ...
at Power <= 150W multiplier of 2x ...
2304 pts CW(2x2) + 494 pts Phone (2x1) + 1590 Bonues = 4388 pts total.
This is more than double last year's.
More than half of QSO points were 40CW (397 Qs, 1588 Pts; 57%/QSO, 36%/tot).
More than a third of total points from Bonuses (36%, nearly exactly same as 40CW).
667 Unique Callsigns worked, from 93 sections and at least 5 countries outside US/Canada.
Thanks to Bill McIninch. KA1MOM for these pictures.
Operating on 10 GHz thanks to KC4IWO
Welcome to the BARC Field Day!
Trying to keep track of what station is on which band/mode - this whiteboard along with N1VUX's poker chip tokens.
A visit from our Vice Director, K1TWF
Assembling and putting up N1IST's triband beam
Any convenient object becomes an antenna support - in this case for the R7 that went up at 1 AM...
Field day power courtesy of KB1EKN's (actually Hingham's) generator and N1ZKR's power distribution panel and cables.
Welcome to Satellite City
6 meters and up - the VHF tent
All bands in a Mercedes
Some of the 3000 visitors :-)
Thanks to Per Ragnar, LA7DHA for these pictures:
KB1CVH at the VHF tent - 6 and 2M on the ladder; 2 and 70cm on the beam.
Adjusting the antennas.
A Mosley mini-33 tribander on 20M/15M/10M
with a B&W folded dipole in the foreground.
KC4IWO and W1OHM operating HF on a Heath SB102
2 of the 3 HF tents
WX1G pounding brass on 40CW
KC4IWO working on the 10 GHz demo station late Saturday night.
More shots from Satellite City - crossed yagis on 2M and 70cm with an AZ-EL rotor
If you have any pictures that you would like to add, please send them to N1IST