Submittal Forms
Current Contests
Recent Contests

CQWW WPX Contest, SSB   2014   Mar 29   Claimed Score

Click on a call below for a list of all the contests for which that call sign is listed as an operator. Click on the [email] link to send an e-mail to the contester who posted the claimed score.

Call: KS9K
Operator(s): N4TZ
Station: N4TZ

Class: SOAB LP
QTH: IN
Operating Time (hrs): 36
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOs
160:20
80:42
40:151
20:272
15:373
10:586
Total:1444Prefixes749Total Score2,876,160

 

Club: Society of Midwest Contesters

Comments:     [email]     2014-04-04 12:24:14
CQ-WPX-SSB SUMMARY SHEET CONTEST: CQ-WPX-SSB START DATE: 29-03-14 CALLSIGN USED: KS9K LOCATOR: EN70 CATEGORY-ASSISTED: NON-ASSISTED CATEGORY-BAND: ALL CATEGORY-MODE: SSB CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP CATEGORY-POWER: LOW CLUB: Society of Midwest Contesters NAME: Terry Zivney ADDRESS: 8843 W County Road 950 N ADDRESS-CITY: Middletown ADDRESS-STATE-PROVINCE: IN ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 47356 ADDRESS-COUNTRY: USA EMAIL: N4TZ@ARRL.NET OPERATING TIME: 36:03:07 CQ COUNTER: 2536 RUN/SEARCH: 491/959 Qs UNIQUE CALLSIGNS: 1105 SOFTWARE: TR4W v.4.246 http://www.tr4w.com BAND Raw QSOs Valid QSOs Points Prefixes __________________________________________________________ 160SSB 20 20 29 12 80SSB 42 42 138 14 40SSB 151 151 510 81 20SSB 273 272 716 165 15SSB 373 373 942 193 10SSB 591 586 1505 284 __________________________________________________________ Totals 1450 1444 3840 749 Final Score = 2876160 points. 2014 CQ-WPX-SSB KS9K Continent List 160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL --- --- --- --- --- --- --- USA calls = 17 22 72 42 75 113 341 Canada calls = 3 3 14 7 11 10 48 NA calls = 0 0 5 9 16 17 47 SA calls = 0 0 6 11 28 27 72 Euro calls = 0 12 48 168 203 399 830 African calls = 0 5 3 8 8 13 37 Asian calls = 0 0 2 12 9 6 29 Japan calls = 0 0 0 5 21 3 29 Ocean calls = 0 0 1 11 1 3 16 Unknown calls = 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Total calls = 20 42 151 273 373 591 1450 Unknowns on 15 = RI1ANC Was hoping for better results here, since this contet was four weeks after the ARRL Phone Contest. Spent some of the time after that contest addressing some of the antenna issues I had then. I removed one of the 160m wires, freeing the top 10/15 to turn a far as JA this time. The prop pitch was frozen when I got up Sunday morning, but 30 minutes with the heater freed it up for the rest of the contest. The big issue this time around was QRN. In the ARRL contest most of the 744 Europeans I worked on 10m were S0 to S3. On Saturday, the QRN on 10m was a steady S3 hiss in the direction of EU. Sunday, there was a constant S7 hash QRN on 10m. 15 & 20 didn't have that problem, but was unable to find a spot in among all the giant fixed stations. Did quite a bit better than the past few years, but barely beat my 2002 score, and that was due to the growth in multipliers avaiable, since I had fewer QSOs. Was surprised in how few VEs I worked. Spent part of my offtimes answering email questions about the contest. Looks like a lot of people had a lot of fun. Wonder what the CW weekend in May has in store?