Sponsoring WIQP
since 1979

Welcome to the

West Allis Radio Amateur Club
A Non-Profit Educational Organization

WIQP History
Since 1996
WIQP All Time
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Chuck Dellis

Tom Macon

Howard Smith

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Wisconsin QSO Party

March 10, 2024 - 1800Z to 0100Z March 11
(1:00PM CDT to 8:00PM CDT on Sunday, March 10)
> First day of Daylight Saving Time <

Seven hours of radio fun!

2024 Rules
Plaque List - with Sponsors
Activate All 72 Counties!   - County-by-county data for 2013 through 2023
WIQP County Map/List   - Wisconsin county map and abbreviation list (pdf)
WIQP Mult List   - Complete Multiplier List
WIQP Flyer   - Summary of Rules with WI county map on reverse (pdf)
Entry Form   - Please submit with paper logs (pdf)
Slide Show   - from WARAC club meeting Feb 13
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2023 Results
Logs Received
Route Postings
Spot Listing  - For the whole 7 hours
3830 Claimed scores

Plaque List - with Sponsors

Slide Show   - from WARAC club meeting Feb 14
Logging Software

WA7BNM Cabrillo Forms for WIQP. Very useful if you log on paper or don't use contest logging software.

The popular N3FJP WIQP Logger is a good choice if you're looking for a WIQP logger. Version 4.5.3 is the current release. There are two versions of this software:

The cost for a new individual program is currently $8.99 and upgrades are free (original license number needed). If you haven't upgraded in the last few years, please do so.
    N3FJP tips

The N1MM Logger+ is another popular logger. N1MM+ is free.
    N1MM+ Tips

In 2017, over 80% of logs received used one of these two loggers, roughly evenly divided between them. Of the two, the N3FJP logger is easier to set up and use and it does the basic functions very well. The N1MM+ logger is very full-featured and certainly is the choice for those doing advanced rig control and/or want to have other software running besides the logger. Because of these additional features, it has a steeper learning curve than the N3FJP logger.

Cabrillo format for WIQP
Operating Tips

Using Google Maps and Rover Routes    - by Jeff Clarke, KU8E

Mobile Tips
Interested in going mobile? This article by Jim, K8IR, will get you started!

Detailed maps of each Wisconsin county are available on the Wisconsin DOT website.
General Information

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See the Worked All Wisconsin Counties award (WAWC)
    WIQP QSO's count!

WIQP History since 1996
All-Time Standings