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ARRL 10-Meter Contest   2012   Dec 8   Claimed Score

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Call: K6T
Operator(s): N6GEO WQ6X
Station: N6GEO

Class: M/S HP
QTH: Brentwood, Ca.
Operating Time (hrs): 20
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsMults
CW:26854
SSB:10346
Total:371100Total Score127,800

 

Club: Northern California Contest Club

Comments:     [email]     2012-12-10 14:49:09
Despite the decreasing solar flux, being the last GiG of the year made this weekend hard to resist so I again setup operations in Brentwood Ca. (EB section), again as a Multi-OP. SOAPBOX: I reserved the callsign K6T JUST for this event (T = Ten), even tho on SSB we signed Kilowatt Six Tango. We used an Elecraft K2 into an Ameritron MA-1000 amplifier giving us about 450 watts into an ad-hoc TH-3jr yagi atop a 22-ft high military antenna mast, backed up by a camofloged 6-BTV Vertical. Band condx were WEIRD. We heard/worked only a handful of EU and JA stations. SA and the E-Coast were where the signals were most plentiful. The Northern paths were almost non-Existent hence almost no W7's, few W0's (as well as a dearth of W5's) and for us, no VE7 - VE4 (altho we did pickup VE8, VE9 & VY2). Working several dozen W6's via hollow sounding ground-wave signals was a kick. Maybe next year, the solar flux will be more in tune with 10-meters. CYA then. WQ6X