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North American QSO Party, CW   2008   August   Claimed Score

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

Class: Single Op LP
QTH: Alaska
Operating Time (hrs): A few
Location: Other North America

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsMults
160:
80:
40:
20:
15:
10:
Total:17547Total Score8,225

 

Club: Alaska DX Club

Team:

Comments:     [email]     2008-08-03 10:52:12
A less than part time effort from this station. I had several requests to QSY to 15 meters but it was just not going to happen. Needless to say, 15 was dead all afternoon. I didn't even bother to try 10 meters. I did QSY to 40 a few times with success but until I get a better 40 meter antenna up, my 100 watts seem to fade off at my property line. Lots of noise and QSB on 20 meters but was surprised how late I was able to work back to the east coast. I did some S&P but mostly called CQ for the short times I was on the air. I stuck to the upper deck, calling CQ in the nosebleed section of the CW portion. The contact that sticks in my mind the most was with NR0L. It was the name he used that caught my attention. QRZ.com explains the rest. Sad news for sure but on a positive note, one of the neatest photos (QSL card?)I have seen is posted there,too. Busy getting my daughter moved for college so I only had a few hours to dedicate to this contest. I like the NAQP as it drops the senseless contesting RST report. It's also interesting to see some of the different names used. Phil Denali National Park, AK