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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, CW   2008   Nov 29   Claimed Score

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Call: VC6R
Operator(s): VE6CNU VE6EZ VE6GP VE6RST
Station: VE6SV

Class: M/S HP
QTH: Sherwood Park, AB
Operating Time (hrs): 44
Location: Canada

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:3232240
80:5502871
40:53336114
20:102734112
15:3852148
10:222
Total:2820143387Total Score3,189,010

 

Club: [none]

Comments:     [email]     2008-12-01 13:33:46
The VC6R operator workhorses were VE6RST and VE6CNU who did a great job in running and keeping the F1 key alive. VE6EZ joined us for the first 24 hours VE6GP did the required repairs and provided the team with excellent technical support. 160M – An all time high for Qs, Zones and Countries 80M – 2nd most productive nighttime band. The first 24 hrs the high K index made for weak and short openings. Discovered that the 4-SQ had some problems, repaired Saturday morning. The next 24hr much improved. Last 1 1/2 hour produced some impressive mults. 40M - The nighttime workhorse. The low MUF at our latitude meant that Q runs into Europe and Japan were not possible. We could only S&P the louder stations from these regions. Gray line contributed the deep DX mults. 20M – Was a daytime band only in regard to establishing any time of Q run. DX wise it did not open to Europe until after 1500Z and closed to Japan by 0030Z. Our over the pole was weak and not very productive. 15M – A shadow of its formal self from the high sunspot years. As this band is our golden workhorse band for running DX stations. Very short openings to everywhere. In total this band was only live for about 8 hours for us for the whole contest 10M – heard about 4 stations at high noon, worked 2 -the VC6R team