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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB   2015   Oct 24   Claimed Score

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Call: WE9V
Operator(s): WE9V
Station: WE9V

Class: SOAB(A) HP
QTH: WI
Operating Time (hrs): 25
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:1459
80:541233
40:942162
20:28633110
15:48133127
10:39132111
Total:1320136452Total Score2,179,716

 

Club: Society of Midwest Contesters

Comments:     [email]     2015-10-26 18:55:02
As 3 out of my 4 beams were on the ground, I entered into the now defunct "Tribander-Single-Element" overlay category. My 40M XM240 has now been converted to a W6NL Moxon, and my stacked pair of KT-34XAs are repaired, but all were on the ground for the contest. The tower crew was here on Thursday, but the main tower guy wasn't feeling well, came down the tower after rigging the tram line, and vomited. Oh well. So I used a single, low tribander, a really low 40M dipole, and an 80M dipole. Was mildly pleased with the performance, but missed the bigger aluminum. This was my traditional 99% S&P the packet multipliers effort. The bands are just so jam packed with stations (and many EU with waaaaay too wide of signals) that it's not any fun trying to defend a frequency anymore. I guess I'm getting old. I'm looking forward to CW where there's a little more room and narrower filters. 10M opened quite late here, especially Sunday. Unfortunately, I pulled the plug fairly early on Sunday to do some yard work, so I didn't experience the improved conditions later in the day that others spoke of. The following stations were worked on 6 bands: TO4K V26B KP2M CN2AA 8P5A Thanks for all the QSOs, and the Hi Chad's from all over the world. 73, Chad WE9V http://www.we9v.com