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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, CW   2008   Nov 29   Claimed Score

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Call: N7ZG
Operator(s): N7ZG
Station: N7ZG

Class: SOAB LP
QTH: WWA
Operating Time (hrs): 39
Location: USA
Radios: SO2R  

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:1344
80:511517
40:1162546
20:2272757
15:541831
10:
Total:46189155Total Score301,340

 

Club: Western Washington DX Club

Comments:     [email]     2008-11-30 19:06:27
The K index was 0 for most of the contest period with periods of 1. The EU openings in the morning on 20 were even shorter than recent years and strictly limited to the EU western seaboard. The funny thing is the the countries missing that would normally be worked were worked on 40 insead. The law of conservation of energy must apply,,,, oh wait, there is no explanation for the behavior of 10 and 15. That won't work. Oh well... 40 has become a daylight band with predictable (and short) openings to EU in the latter part of the afternoon. This has been the trend of the past few years so nothing new really. The big change has been 80. The extreeme western part of EU is now workable from the PAC NW. Some surprises are pleasant in the face of very limited EU openings and non-existant JA runs. Just like last year I could only run 20 on Sat (very briefly). New for this year, K3's replace the K2 and ICOM-751A. Also, a new 80M verical dipole in the big tree out back. The score is down by amost 100K compared against 2007 (did that one HP from N7BV's QTH). Held the line pretty well on mults and feel good about that. Q's are down by almost 100 due to limited openings. Most of that was 15 while 40 and 80 made up for some of the slack. I'm learning to really appreciate and enjoy the low bands. 73 - Guy, N7ZG