[Top] [All Lists]


To: 3830@contesting.com, w6ph@aol.com
Subject: [3830] CQWW SSB W6PH SOAB HP
From: webform@b4h.net
Reply-to: w6ph@aol.com
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 11:46:24 -0700
List-post: <mailto:3830@contesting.com>
                    CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB

Call: W6PH
Operator(s): W6PH
Station: W6PH

Class: SOAB HP
QTH: Lone Pine, CA
Operating Time (hrs): 28

 Band  QSOs  Zones  Countries
  160:    0     0        0
   80:   20    11       11
   40:  140    25       52
   20:  501    32       91
   15:  181    23       64
   10:   92    10       26
Total:  934   101      244  Total Score = 837,660

Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club


Radio: TS-930S AL-1200 (except 75m)  SB-200 (75m)
Logging:  CT 9.57 on NEC Versa laptop
Antennas:  A3S @ 45 feet (permanent antenna)
   "Field Day" antennas - Two AB-577s with 40-2CD @ 60 ft and ATB-34 @ 55 ft
       80m wire vertical to top of 40m AB-577

Solar flux=68  A=14  K=3

Europe was very weak and every QSO was a struggle. 20m signals were very
fluttery.  But there was a nice 15m opening to southern Europe on Sunday.  Lots
of loud LUs and PYs on 10 meters and zones 6, 7, and 8 were a surprise but
missed zone 3.  Most of my contacts were S&P except in the afternoon when 20m
and 15m opened to JA.  Forty meters got real slow in the evening and I knocked
off for some sleep around 9 pm local time both nights.  My AL-1200 has an
arcing bandswitch on 80m, so I pressed my venerable SB-200 (500 watts) into
service for an hour to load up on a few multipliers. I checked 160 a couple
times but nothing really happening and didn't try to make any contacts.  As
usual, I enjoyed the weekend despite the terrible propagation. 
                                 73, Kurt, W6PH

Posted using 3830 Score Submittal Forms at: http://www.hornucopia.com/3830score/
3830 mailing list

<Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread>
  • [3830] CQWW SSB W6PH SOAB HP, webform <=