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Subject: [3830] CQMM DX VE1RGB SOAB LP
From: webform@b4h.net
Reply-to: ve1rgb@rac.ca
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 00:59:33 +0000
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                    CQ Manchester Mineira DX Contest

Call: VE1RGB
Operator(s): VE1RGB
Station: VE1RGB

Class: SOAB LP
QTH: Halifax NS
Operating Time (hrs): 22

 Band  QSOs  Prefixes
   80:    0      0
   40:   62     16
   20:  150     31
   15:  112     20
   10:   55     24
Total:  379     91  Countries = 62  Total Score = 247,554

Club: Maritime Contest Club


Conditions for this contest were ideal for my Elecraft P3 to perform its best. 
Signals were many but they were well widely separated across the first 50 KHz
of any given band, and new multipliers were constantly sprouting up. It was
hard to keep up.  It was multiplier whack-a-mole for an S&P operator. 
Furthermore, three bands were open at once and all were exhibiting the same
kind of behavior as sources of juicy multipliers.  Compounding the program was
serious rapid QSB.  

There is no way in the world I would have caught as many of the multliers as I
did had I not been able to see them, or the traces of where they had been last
were heard.  The panadapter saved needless wasted tuning effort which could
then be applied to improving the throughput.

That eased the pain of living through the effect of 3 live CMEs.  

K3 + P3 + Antenna 80M dipole fed with window line hung at 75 feet and a 40M
vertical with 5,000 feet of radials


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