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CQWW WPX Contest, SSB   2014   Mar 29   Claimed Score

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Call: PJ2T
Operator(s): DL8OBQ N3RD N4RV NM2O VA7AM VE7KW WØCG
Station: PJ2T

Class: M/2 HP
QTH: CURACAO
Operating Time (hrs): 48
Location: South America

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOs
160:1
80:283
40:892
20:1333
15:2504
10:3070
Total:8083Prefixes1649Total Score45,007,806

 

Club: [none]

Comments:     [email]     2014-03-31 03:52:33
The PJ2T station has supported contest operations at championship levels for many years. The team this year hailed from Canada, Germany and USA. The Multi-Two category was selected based upon the number of operators available this year. Conditions can be described in this phrase: GREAT, but different than expected. Band changes were made to match the conditions. The box score shows that 10 meters was THE band. 10 meters was so good that we saw slow periods on 15 meters at times during the daytime. We have just had a long period of low sunspot conditions, so we need to remember what high sunspot conditions are like. This is great!! We watched "live" reporting during the contest and observed the UP2L score carefully. Congratulations to Willy and the team for their victory. Willy has always provided good competition from zone 17 for decades. On a personal note: My first trip to Curacao was in 1974 along with N4RV. We entered M/S as PJ9JR. The trophy is in the trophy case here at the PJ2T station. It is hard to believe that 40 years have elapsed. We have moved from tube radios and paper logs to radios with amazing performance along with computer logging and the internet. Computer logging is certainly much better! All of the operators here extend our best wishes to all our radio friends around the world. At the dinner last night, we discussed how the championship level activity has moved from Zone 9. This follows the increase in activity in Zones 14, 15, 16 and 17. Building stations in zone 33 is quite a distance from home for many, and we appreciate the dedication involved. For the WPX team, 73, Ray NM2O The QSL manager for PJ2T is W3HNK. He provides excellent support.