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55th Running Of The CQP!
1600 UTC October 3, 2020 to 2200 UTC October 4, 2020
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The SEQUOIA Challenge

CQP 2020 includes special awards that commemorates the Northern California Contest Club’s 50th anniversary, while also celebrating California’s state tree, the mighty Redwood. 

Certificate
  • Participate in CQP and work a minimum of 100 QSOs.
  • Work seven of the speciaal callsigns to spell out SEQUOIA. Look for special 1x1 callsigns ending in the letters S, E, Q, U, O, I, and A.  There will be three of each on the air, for a total of 21 call signs (see chart below) -- so there will be many ways to win.
  • Turn in your log.

  • Calendar
    Make as many contacts as you can, on as many different bands on modes, with all the 1x1 SEQUOIA stations.  An attractive 2021 America's National Parks calendar will be awarded to the Single-Operator with the most overall SEQUOIA QSOs in each entry class: S/O HP, LP, QRP; S/O-Assisted HP, LP, QRP.  6 calendars to CA stations and 6 calendars to stations outside of CA.

    Top 10 Leaderboard
    In the CQP 2020 results, we will publish the Single-Op stations with the 10 highest SEQUOIA QSO counts in each entry class
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    Note: Print A Callsign Tracking Checklist HERE
    Note: We have some station descriptions and photos which you can review
    by clicking on the callsigns underlined in RED
    NOTE: For All 1x1 Callsigns Only, QSL via Annette: N6ACL
    K6 N6 W6
    S K6S N6S W6S
    Op(s) K6NA, N6ED N6JS W1SRD
    Station K6NA N6JS W1SRD
    County SDIE SOLA ELDO
    E K6E N6E W6E
    Op(s) N6MJ W9KKN W6PNG/MØSNA, N6MI
    Station N6MJ NW6P Expedition
    County ORAN SCLA KERN
    Q K6Q N6Q W6Q
    Op(s) KI6RRN N5ZO NZ6Q, N6TCE and Stockton Delta ARC M/M group
    Station WA6TQT N5ZO expedition
    County RIVE SDIE SJOA
    U K6U N6U W6U
    Op(s) W6MY, N6DE N6TV AE6Y
    Station W6MY N6TV AE6Y
    County SIER SCLA SCLA
    O K6O N6O W6O
    Op(s) N6IE N6RO, K3EST, K6AW, N6WM, NA6O, WA6O, WX5S, WD6T, KN6IOB K6LL, N7TY, AE7DW, W6RW
    Station N6IE N6RO expedition
    County SONO CCOS IMPE
    I K6I N6I W6I
    Op(s) K6MR K6SZQ, NC6R N6ZFO
    Station K6MR K6SZQ/NC6R N6ZFO
    County SHAS AMAD LAKE
    A K6A N6A W6A
    Op(s) WQ6X, N6KI, M/S group K6XX WC6H
    Station NX6T N6XI WC6H
    County SDIE NEVA CALA

    The tallest trees in the world are redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens), which tower above the ground in California. These trees can easily reach heights of 300 feet (91 meters). Among the redwoods, a tree named Hyperion dwarfs them all. The tree was discovered in 2006, and is 379.7 feet (115.7 m) tall.

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