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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, CW   2008   Nov 29   Claimed Score

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Call: K3PP
Operator(s): K3PP
Station: K3PP

Class: SOAB(A) HP
QTH:
Operating Time (hrs):
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:422
80:111
40:2368927
20:24211130
15:1237424
10:12107
Total:61828791Total Score642,978

 

Club: Frankford Radio Club

Comments:     [email]     2008-11-30 17:32:53
Not a great score, but I'm happy with the results. Available time and broken station parts prevented a full-scale effort. Station neglect has taken its toll. My Acom amp has been dead for over a year. I'm finally digging in ,but it's still not fixed. K3II came through again and loaned me his AL-1200 so I could have some juice! A fallen tree this summer took out my 40m dipole and other fallen limbs damaged my 80m vertical (I live in the woods). I managed to build and install a new 40m dipole, but I had no time to fix my 80m antenna. Work demands have been horrendous. I fired up assuming I'd be off 80m, but I later found my 160m Inv-V was arcing to the trees. I was banned from 160 HP lest I set the hilltop on fire! I was limited to low power on 160m, so I only worked the US mult and a few Canadians. I could only drum up W3LPL for the US mult on 80m using the 160m antenna with low power. 40m worked well despite a simple dipole. 20m was good. I was very strong on 15m and 10m, for what it's worth at this point in the cycle! HI! Thanks everyone! It was great fun despite the obstacles!