Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2013 Florida QSO Party last weekend! If you were able to work all seven 1x1 calls to complete the spelling bee, we will be sending your certificate proactively in .PDF format via e-mail. Please submit your Cabrillo log to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we have your current e-mail address, can verify that none of the 1x1 ops busted your call and make sure you receive your certificate if you earned it!
We're having a party, and you're invited! Be sure to mark your calendar and join in the fun of the next Florida QSO Party.
Visit the other pages on this Web site for rules, results, records, and more information.
Since the re-introduction of the Florida QSO Party to the contest scene in 1998, the Florida QSO Party has become
one of the fastest growing and most popular State QSO Parties around today. This is due, in part, to the tremendous effort
by the mobile teams to activate as many counties as they can in order to allow those participating from out-of-state, to achieve a county "Sweep"
(working all 67 Florida Counties). Florida stations operating from home are also valuable, since that increases the chances that stations will work
Regardless if you are a serious or casual participant ...
from Florida, or from outside of Florida ... the Florida QSO Party was designed to be a FUN operating event. Why not give it a try?
A reminder for Home stations (both in and outside Florida), please do not call CQ or "run" stations in the "Mobile window". This window is for mobile stations only. Frequencies to avoid, are:
CW 7.025-7.035, 14.040-14.050, 21.040-21.050, 28.040-28.050 MHZ
SSB 7.180-7.190, 14.265-14.275, 21.340-21.350, 28.480-28.490 MHz