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JIDX Contest, Phone   2011   Nov 12   Claimed Score

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Call: NX6T
Operator(s): K6GO N6KI N6OHS WQ6X
Station: W6HCD

Class: M/S HP
QTH: CA
Operating Time (hrs): 30
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsMults
80:2115
40:33443
20:5531
15:12942
10:16839
Total:707170Total Score152,150

 

Club: San Diego Contest Club

Comments:     [email]     2011-11-14 01:36:11
This was the second time the San Diego Contest Club members worked JIDX SSB Contest from teh W6HCD site and with a more serious effort than 2010 we more than tripled our score ! This year we set up a MULT station and though it was not manned all 30 hours, it was manned most of the time when 2 bands were open to Japan. Many thanks to Dick K6KAL and Rusty for help setting up the station and Gayle K6GO and Mike N6OHS who helped in getting antennas set up on the borrowed N6OX 70 ft Tower Trailer which sported a 2 El Shorty 40 Yagi at 78 feet and our 80 mtr Inverted V Dipole. Our 46 foot tower trailer already set up on site was equipped with a 3 EL SteppIR Yagi and 2nd 80 mtr Inverted V. 40 Mtr band yielded the most QSOs and Prefectures with 10 and 15 also yielding good results in QSO and prefectures. We never found 20 mtr band to be very productive and wondered if the JAs were just not frequenting 20 as much as the other bands or had we just spent too much time on 10 and 15 ?! We are learning how to operate JIDX more efficiently every year and we hope to someday break 1,000 QSOs if Propagation continues to improve over next few years and we operate more efficiently ! 73, Dennis N6KI