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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, CW   2017   Nov 25   Claimed Score

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Call: K9CT
Operator(s): K3WA K9CT KB9OWD N9CK N9TK WT2P
Station: K9CT

Class: M/2 HP
QTH: IL
Operating Time (hrs): 48
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:1251658
80:65930111
40:103437141
20:168337143
15:86931122
10:491118
Total:4419162593Total Score8,917,305

 

Club: Society of Midwest Contesters

Comments:     [email]     2017-11-27 21:34:23
Great teamwork! Lots of mults chased down and good interleaving between partners. It seems very natural to this team to go back and forth on the same band. Our best team hour was 298 at 1400Z Saturday on 15 and 20. The conditions were pretty good for the most part. We started very well on 40 and 20 and then 40m got a bit mushy. Then the bands improved again. 40 in the last few hours was very good...even in daylight. 20m was a very steady band offering an early opening and then with great runs for a few hours to EU each day. The Sunday openings on both 20 and 15 seemed a bit shorter. 15 had its moments and we were delighted to get 122 DXCC. 10m was mostly open to parts of SA and Caribbean. No Zone 3 or VE! 160m was better than the last few years but we still didn't get a JA in the log. Quite surprised at that. We were using the new FlexRadio PGXL amplifiers on each M/1 setup. So two radios were sharing one amplifier. Each radio was interlocked and the amplifier would switch back and forth...even on different bands. The station has lost some weight with that change. We also posted our scores simultaneously on CQ Contest and the Contest Online Score boards using the WA7BNM website. It was a lot of fun competing against our peers. Congrats to W2FU team that jumped ahead of us and finished strong. I am sure there are others but they were not online. 73, Craig K9CT