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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB   2012   Oct 27   Claimed Score

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Call: KL8DX
Operator(s): KL8DX
Station: KL8DX

Class: SOAB(A) LP
QTH: Alaska
Operating Time (hrs): 6hr18m
Location: Other North America

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:000
80:000
40:000
20:1354
15:23765
10:4521113
Total:7022222Total Score63,228

 

Club: [none]

Comments:     [email]     2012-10-29 08:00:41
CHECKLOG I only had a few hours to operate in this one due to a planned trip head north to pick up my wife from the airport. I just wanted to really play on 10 meters. I don't operate SSB very much so it's always a pleasure to put a voice with a callsign now and again. Fun working so many long time friends and regulars in this contest. I squeezed out a few nice conversations as well with Rick, WB8JUI, Don, N7BT and Martin, W3MLK to name a few. I had several stations call me who commented they were working me off the back of their beam. As it happens often, many on the East Coast are still working EU and Africa and are putting great signals into Alaska at the same time. Also enjoyed chatting on Twitter with a few during a few lulls in contacts. With 10 meters coming to life yet again, I'm really looking forward to the CW version of this contest! Weather is getting chilly in Alaska but at least the bands are hot! Seeing a few scores posted by my Alaskan neighbors and congrats to them for an awesome weekend! Our numbers may be small in comparison to other states but there are some big competitors here, many of which who have inspired and helped me in my journey. I wrote up a short overview of this contest and posted it to my blog. 73 and thanks so much for the QSO's! Phil KL8DX Denali National Park, AK Blog: http://kl8dx.blogspot.com/ Website: http://www.livingindenali.net/ Office: http://www.nps.gov/dena/index.htm Rig: Icom 756PRO Antenna: Mosley TA-34-XL @ 43 feet Power: 100 watts Software: Win-test