We received a total of 78 logs and have checked all. Below are the winning stations. The logs were from small to large. This year we used W3KM Cabrillo Evaluator software for checking the logs. IN LOUISIANA CALL POWER MODE PLACE W3DYA ROVER 1ST KC5DI HP SSB 1ST KZ5D HP CW 1ST KV5J HP MIXED […]
Based on feedback from the October 2019 LAQP survey, we are excited to announce that for the 2020 edition of the LAQP, we are making significant improvements to our log handling and scoring processes. The LAQP will offer: Online log submission form – similar to ARRL and CQ sponsored contests which are familiar tools to […]
The 2020 edition of the Louisiana QSO Party will run from 14:00 UTC, April 4, 2020 to 02:00 UTC, April 5, 2020 (Nine AM to nine PM CDT Saturday, April 4, 2019)
Scott, W5WZ, is the President of the Louisiana Contest Club and would like your opinions to help increase participation in the Louisiana QSO Party. He’s prepared a survey for both in-state and out-of-state amateurs that will help guide the event to greater success, and would appreciate responses from any and all.
Marsh, KA5M, has been named chairman for the 2020 Louisiana QSO Party. A long-time member of the Louisiana Contest Club, Marsh has valuable experience to lead the LAQP. Additionally, Marsh is a supporting member of ARRL, CWOps, INDEXA, and WWROF.
Louisiana QSO Party – 2018 Results The Louisiana Qso Party (LaQP) was held on March 17, 2018, with the Louisiana Contest Club (N5LCC.com) sponsoring the event. Since its purpose was strictly to provide bonus points and increase activity, N5LCC is entered as a check-log and not in competition with other participants. The complete N5LCC log […]
K5ER and W5WZ operated the LA QSO Party on 12 February 2005 as a LA Rover. The operation used the call W5WZ. We successfully activated 16 parishes in northeast and north-central Louisiana. Our effort was concentrated on 20 and 40 meters; we had a handful of QSOs on 80m and 15m SSB. We did work […]