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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB   2013   Oct 26   Claimed Score

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

Class: SOSB(A)/10 HP
Operating Time (hrs):
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
Total:146236151Total Score770,814


Club: Society of Midwest Contesters

Comments:     [email]     2013-11-04 22:22:46
I started out the contest doing an All-band Assisted effort. I did my normal thing...just work all the packet spots, mostly the multipliers, as there's so many of them on all the bands. I had 12 10M QSOs in the first few minutes, then I moved to the other bands for the next 12 hours. In the morning, more S&P, mostly concentrating on 10M, but also working 15-40M too. For the first 24 hours, I didn't call CQ even once. At the start of the 2nd 24 hours, I called CQ into Japan on 10M and worked a nice 130 hour, then back to 15-160. The next morning, 10M seemed even better, so I decided to call CQ, way up above 28900, and was rewarded with a 198, 217, and 175 per hour rates. Boy, that was awesome! (My best non-clock-hour rate was 252! From Wisconsin!) It seemed like I could break the W9 SOSB Assisted 10M HP record, so I concentrated more on 10M in order to see if I could do it. I accomplished a couple major things. First of all, I beat my personal best for SO All-Band Assisted, previously achieved in 2004 with 1307q 142z 499c for 2.3 Million points. This time I finished with 2310q 149z 514c for 4.3M, had I submitted an AB score. My entire log: QSOs Points Zones Countries Mults Score 160m: 5 8 5 4 80m: 54 147 14 37 40m: 153 439 26 81 20m: 195 554 31 110 15m: 441 1235 37 131 10m: 1462 4122 36 151 Totals: 2310 6505 149 514 663 4,312,815 Instead, I think my bigger accomplishment is breaking the W9 10M Assisted (claimed, before log checking). Therefore, I am submitted this log as such. QSOs on 10M: NA 150, SA 110, EU 837, AS 283, AF 25, OC 57 246 JAs, 122 DLs, 89 Is, and 57 USA (limited because I didn't call CQ that much. 73, Chad WE9V