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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, CW   2008   Nov 29   Claimed Score

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Call: W7VJ
Operator(s): AA7CQ K7OKS W7RG W7VJ
Station: W7VJ

Class: M/S HP
QTH: WA
Operating Time (hrs): 48
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:251215
80:2272857
40:81337122
20:65634111
15:1172450
10:322
Total:1841137357Total Score2,461,108

 

Club: Western Washington DX Club

Comments:     [email]     2008-12-02 19:30:34
To say this was a spectacular contest would be an understatement. It could even be called magical. There are so many highlights that it would fill several pages highlighing them all; EU on 160; short path EU on 80; EY8MM on 80; working EU on 40 at 1:00 PM local time and through the afternoon; C98LW on 40 long path Sunday morning local with no pile up; the JA runs were back on 20; TO3R on 40 15 minutes before the end of the contest after all of us tracking him through the weekend; working the TT8 on one call through the pile; JA on 15 meters on Sunday for a double mult. – amazing but true; working friends DK9TN and DK4YJ both at HB0; and much more. Being on 40 was like operating from another QTH. Now I have a felling for what the East Coast U.S. experiences. It was also exceptionally gratifying to see the synergy of the team come together, despite two missing members; one due to a funeral, the other to a new birth. The post-contest debrief resulted in a list of minor improvements; quite a change from the previous lists which had major “to do” improvements. Congratulations to the team. Thanks to everyone for the QSOs. Wishing you and your families the best of the holiday season. 73, Andrew, W7VJ