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CQWW WPX Contest, SSB   2002   Mar 30   Claimed Score

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Call: WE9V
Operator(s): WE9V
Station: K4JA

Class: SOAB HP
QTH: VA
Operating Time (hrs): 36
Location: USA
Radios: SO2R  

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOs
160:
80:158
40:119
20:1025
15:1590
10:1012
Total:3904Prefixes1021Total Score10,929,805

 

Club: [none]

Comments:     [email]     2002-04-01 12:30:21
First time ever trying this one SOAB. Not too shabby, I guess. Propagation's a little different in VA than it is in WI. :-) Still have some learning to do, but I think I'm getting the gist of it: Point antennas to Europe, call CQ. Maybe I did too much of that and missed some easy US prefixes? Sure was nice to operate the K4JA station in the single-op category. It's quite a dream, as everything is automatic except making the QSOs. Check out the station details if you haven't yet at: http://www.k4ja.com Was very ill when waking up Friday. Fortunately, the 15 trips to the bathroom were over with by the start of the contest and I didn't get out of the chair until 4:30am local for a whopping one-whole hour nap. Bonus of being so dehydrated is that I got to drink a lot of water and essentially didn't need to use the bathroom until Sunday! Seemed like a big price to pay to stay in the chair, though. Defintely affected by the two flares, one in the morning, one in the afternoon. Sounded like someone flipped a switch, as all the co-channel QRM disappeared! The cool thing was that Europeans still kept calling in and my rate really didn't drop much. It was right about when I was considering moving to 10M, but decided to stick it out on 15. Rates were so good on 15M on Sunday that I had a very late move to 10, but I figured a bird in the hand with 130+ rates. This definitely marks the most QSOs I've ever had SO in a contest. Would be well over 4000 if I didn't start telling people "QSO B4". I started that after about 60-some dupes and one guy calling me four times in a half hour. In general....LOTS OF FUN! Thanks to Paul (and Betsy) for letting me come out! Chad WE9V (see the 'small' station I'm used to in the "Black Hole": http://www.qth.com/we9v ) Band QSOs Pts Pts/Q Mults 80m: 158 724 4.582 51 40m: 119 526 4.420 22 20m: 1025 2570 2.507 386 15m: 1590 4189 2.635 402 10m: 1012 2696 2.664 160 Totals: 3904 10705 2.742 1021 = 10,929,805 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total % NA 49 40 267 315 188 859 22.0 AS 0 3 64 191 46 304 7.8 SA 1 1 22 30 55 109 2.8 EU 106 74 664 1021 714 2579 66.1 OC 0 0 6 20 6 32 0.8 AF 2 1 2 13 3 21 0.5 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total K 42 36 238 266 152 734 DL 23 4 100 125 140 392 UA 5 71 131 29 236 G 4 2 33 101 45 185 I 6 5 44 50 54 159 OK 16 7 41 46 44 154 UR 7 52 53 33 145 SP 5 4 37 48 45 139 EA 5 8 33 47 44 137 JA 1 89 24 114 UA9 1 40 66 6 113 F 3 4 23 35 31 96 S5 11 4 15 32 24 86 YU 5 1 20 28 28 82 VE 7 4 18 32 18 79 ON 2 2 13 25 22 64 HA 2 1 19 22 18 62 PA 2 1 9 21 23 56 OH 3 13 31 5 52 QSO/Pref by hour and band Hour 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm OffTime D1-0000Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 142/109 1/0 143/109 143/109 D1-0100Z - - - 85/53 16/12 101/65 244/174 D1-0200Z - 21/15 18/15 - 60/27 99/57 343/231 D1-0300Z 9/4 5/1 75/54 - - 89/59 432/290 D1-0400Z 66/31 2/1 9/6 - - 77/38 509/328 D1-0500Z 7/4 1/1 54/31 2/2 - 64/38 573/366 D1-0600Z - - 122/60 - - 122/60 695/426 D1-0700Z - - 141/74 - - 141/74 836/500 D1-0800Z --+-- --+-- 132/38 --+-- --+-- 132/38 968/538 D1-0900Z - - 37/11 - - 37/11 1005/549 38 D1-1000Z - - - 14/4 - 14/4 1019/553 38 D1-1100Z - - 4/1 115/27 - 119/28 1138/581 D1-1200Z - - - 175/41 - 175/41 1313/622 D1-1300Z - - - 135/31 2/1 137/32 1450/654 D1-1400Z - - - 73/15 46/6 119/21 1569/675 D1-1500Z - - - - 158/23 158/23 1727/698 D1-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 136/20 136/20 1863/718 D1-1700Z - - - 11/3 104/13 115/16 1978/734 D1-1800Z - - - 2/1 97/16 99/17 2077/751 D1-1900Z - - 1/0 93/26 2/0 96/26 2173/777 D1-2000Z - - - - 1/1 1/1 2174/778 59 D1-2100Z - - - - - 0/0 2174/778 60 D1-2200Z - - 23/3 11/4 - 34/7 2208/785 34 D1-2300Z - - 101/27 - 1/1 102/28 2310/813 D2-0000Z --+-- --+-- 91/18 3/1 --+-- 94/19 2404/832 D2-0100Z - 28/0 23/6 2/1 - 53/7 2457/839 D2-0200Z - 7/0 73/14 - - 80/14 2537/853 D2-0300Z - - 24/2 - - 24/2 2561/855 40 D2-0400Z 52/9 - - - - 52/9 2613/864 22 D2-0500Z 24/3 - 20/2 - - 44/5 2657/869 17 D2-0600Z - - - - - 0/0 2657/869 60 D2-0700Z - - - - - 0/0 2657/869 60 D2-0800Z --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- --+-- 0/0 2657/869 60 D2-0900Z - - - - - 0/0 2657/869 60 D2-1000Z - - - - - 0/0 2657/869 60 D2-1100Z - - - 132/16 2/1 134/17 2791/886 3 D2-1200Z - - - 125/9 1/0 126/9 2917/895 D2-1300Z - - - 109/10 8/1 117/11 3034/906 D2-1400Z - - - 114/9 5/2 119/11 3153/917 D2-1500Z - - - 73/13 11/0 84/13 3237/930 D2-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 50/7 94/6 144/13 3381/943 D2-1700Z - - - - 127/9 127/9 3508/952 D2-1800Z - - - 7/1 99/13 106/14 3614/966 D2-1900Z - - - 38/3 5/0 43/3 3657/969 30 D2-2000Z - - - - - 0/0 3657/969 60 D2-2100Z - 1/0 - 31/8 15/4 47/12 3704/981 22 D2-2200Z - - 26/8 47/8 21/4 94/20 3798/1001 D2-2300Z - 54/4 51/16 1/0 - 106/20 3904/1021 D1 82/39 29/18 717/320 858/316 624/120 2310/813 D2 76/12 90/4 308/66 732/86 388/40 1594/208 Total: 158/51 119/22 1025/386 1590/402 1012/160 3904/1021