Adventures in ham radio

Awards Page

Here is a collection of contest certificates and awards.

2014 2013 2012 2011  

2014

2014 Pacific Northwest VHF Society, Pacific Northwest Grids Activated award. This was awarded at the October 2014 PNWVHFS conference:

2014 ARRL UHF Contest, Limited Rover, 2nd Place Overall, First Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2014 ARRL June VHF Contest, Limited Rover, 2nd Place Overall, First Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2014 7 Call Area QSO Party (7QP). 1st Place, 7th Area Mobile Mulit-single Low-Power Mixed and 1st Place, Idaho (with David Steven). My write-up is here.

And it came with this beautiful plaque:

The effort also yielded the top award for Idaho:

This 7QP result included a number of 1st place county awards:

2014 Spring VHF Sprints:

  • 50 MHz First Place Rover:
  • …and came with this very nice plaque:
  • 144 MHz Second Place Rover:
  • 222 MHz Second Place Rover:

2014 Idaho QSO Party (IDQP). High Score Idaho Mobile Station. My write-up is here.

2014 ARRL International DX Contest (CW). First place, Western Washington Section, Single Operator, Low Power.

2014 ARRL January VHF Contest, Limited Rover, 3rd Place W/VE, 1st Place Northwest Division. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:


2013

2013 Pacific Northwest VHF Society, VHFer of the Year. (The society gave two awards for the combined years 2012 and 2013. Barry Hansen, K7BWH, received the other award):

2013 CQ World Wide DX Contest CW.
1st place classic–low power for US 7th call area.

2013 Salmon Run (WAQP) WA Mobile — Top Score (any power level, any mode) and WA Mobile — Most counties activated (any power level, any mode). My write-up is here:

2013 Fall VHF Sprints:

  • 50 MHz Second Place Rover:
  • 144 MHz Second Place Rover:
  • 222 MHz First Place Rover:

2013 Pacific Northwest VHF Society, Pacific Northwest Grids Activated award. This was awarded at the October 2013 PNWVHFS conference:

2013 ARRL September VHF Contest, Limited Rover, 2nd Place overall, 1st Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest (but as Limited Rover):

2013 Hawaii QSO Party (HIQP) Low Power, 2nd place W7 Call Area.

2013 ARRL UHF Contest, Limited Rover, 1st Place Overall. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2013 CQ World Wide VHF Contest, Rover, 3rd Place United States. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2013 ARRL June VHF Contest, Limited Rover, 3rd Place Overall, 1st Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2013 7 Call Area QSO Party (7QP). 1st Place, 7th Area Mobile Mulit-single Low-Power Mixed (with David Steven). My write-up is here.

KK7YC sponsored this fine plaque:

This 7QP result included a number of 1st place county awards:

2013 Idaho QSO Party (IDQP). High Score Mixed Mode Mobile. My write-up is here.

2013 ARRL January VHF Contest, Limited Rover, 3rd Place W/VE, 1st Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2013 CQ World Wide 160 Meter DX Contest, 1st Place Single Operator Low Power CW Washington.


2012

2012 Fall VHF Sprints:

  • 50 MHz First Place Rover:
  • 144 MHz Third Place Rover:
  • 432 MHz Second Place Rover:

2012 Salmon Run (WAQP) 1st place, Washington Mobile. My write-up is here:

2012 ARRL September VHF Contest, unlimited Rover, 2nd Place overall, 1st Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here.

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest (but as Limited Rover):

2012 ARRL UHF Contest, Limited Rover, 2nd Place Overall, First Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here. The result also won the Northern Lights Radio Society Limited Rover Award:

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2012 CQ World Wide VHF Contest, 1st Place U.S. Rover. My write-up is here:

The Northern Lights Radio Society sponsored this fine plaque:

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2012 ARRL June VHF Contest, Limited Rover, 1st Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here:

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2012 7 Call Area QSO Party (7QP). My write-up is here:

  • First Place Columbia County, WA
  • First Place Lincoln County, WA

2012 ARRL January VHF Sweepstakes, Limited Rover, 1st Place Northwest Division, 3rd Place Pacifc Region. My photo gallery is here:

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:


2011

2011 Fall VHF Sprint, 50 MHz 2nd Place Rover:

2011 Salmon Run (WAQP), 1st place, Single Operator Mobile:

2011 ARRL September VHF QSO Party, Limited Rover, 5th Place overall, 2nd Place Pacific Region, and 1st Place Northwestern Division. My write-up is here:

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2011 ARRL UHF Contest, Limited Rover, 3rd Place US & Canada, 1st Place West Coast Region. My write-up is here:

The Pacific Northwest VHF Society has a parallel award for this contest:

2011 CQ World Wide VHF Contest, 5th place U.S. Rover. My write-up and photo gallery is here:

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Comments on: "Awards Page" (1)

  1. Mike Hohmann said:

    Amazing, Darryl. Congratulations! Mike, KE0GZT

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