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W2LPL Score Breakdown

Subject: W2LPL Score Breakdown
From: pescatore_jt%ncsd.dnet@gte.com (pescatore_jt%ncsd.dnet@gte.com)
Date: Tue Nov 30 07:51:25 1993
W3LPL Breakdown:

160     188     20      68
80      1167    33      117
40      1760    38      153
20      1675    38      153
15      1269    34      132
10      358     25      83
TOT:    6417    188     706  = 16M (ABOUT 2.8 PTS/QSO)

Multi-Multi Comparison:

STN   160        80           40           20          15          10
W3LPL 188/20/68  1167/33/117  1760/38/153  1675/38/153  1269/34/132 358/25/83
K1AR  181/24/82  903/34/117   1593/38/149  1783/39/156  1161/36/134 177/27/82
N2RM  228/20/76  929/31/114   1679/38/148  1681/38/149  875/35/129  319/24/83
K3LR  192/22/72  784/34/111   1187/38/148  1587/38/155  1263/35/141 209/23/75

Miscellaneous notes:

1. Conditions did seem to favor the south (of the east coast, anyway.) I bet a
serious multi at N4ZC could have had a chance this year. As N2IC and KM3T have
said, since the flux numbers were decent the absorption must have been high. If
you could get to EU without going near the pole you were in good shape.
2. That is a fantastic 15M score from K3LR.
3. I changed my mind about supercheck partial. We didn't used master.dat, but
even just using the QSOs in our log that window would have been a big help if I
was looking at it more often. My on-air time over the past year or more has
been zilch, so my call recognition neural net was starting from the null state
- super check partial is slick in CT 8.
4. Boy, did the FRC/PVRC cluster have a lot of busted putouts. The unique
percentage was about 40%. I heard a lot of people bust pileups and they
probably happily logged calls like VU1ITU, 5H2PK, C57AHA.
5. Half the time he sent 5K1R, the other half HK1R.
6. Now I know how the rest of the world felt when the US scrapped its orderly
old callsign system to start issuing 2X1's etc. There ought to be a law against
calls like HG275BCS and S55SS.


>From Yuri A. Kurinyi <firm@kodash.chel.su>  Tue Nov 30 13:09:07 1993
From: Yuri A. Kurinyi <firm@kodash.chel.su> (Yuri A. Kurinyi 
Subject: UA9AM CW 40 M RESULTS.
Message-ID: <AApNq-iST5@kodash.chel.su>

Hello All!

UA9AM 40 m Single Op/Single Band Preliminary Results.

     1100   37       115      450 K

Have lost 5 hours - can't wake up after 1st 20 hours of contesting.
Anyway, I've got a lot of fan, 40 is a realy great band.
Used 3L monoband Yagi 40 m up (22 m above the roof), home made
TRCVR and classical PA.

Other RZ9AZA team were testing 80 m with 26 m GP and comperatively
low power at a perspectiv place for make a big station with big
antennas. They hade elecricity problem due to field day equipment
and finished work in 24 hours after starting.

Thanks to all hwo contacted me, Yuri UA9AM.

P.o.box 50, Chelyabinsk, 454899, Russia.

>From Ed Gilbert <eyg@hpnjlc.njd.hp.com>  Tue Nov 30 13:35:25 1993
From: Ed Gilbert <eyg@hpnjlc.njd.hp.com> (Ed Gilbert)
Subject: CQWW logs via email?
Message-ID: <9311301338.AA29592@hp.com>


Is there a way to submit CQ-sponsored contest logs on internet?

Ed Gilbert, WA2SRQ

>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton@engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM  Tue Nov 30 16:32:00 
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton@engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Subject: FW: AG6D CQWW CW M/S Score
Message-ID: <2CFB7C8A@admin.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM>

Sri for b/w...couldn't reply directly to Steve.


What is ur 80/40 stack referenced in the email????
Inquiring minds and that kind of stuff...

73, Tom WB4IUX
night we pointed a spotlight at the 80/40 stack while aligning it with
compass headings marked on the window in grease pencil.
73, Steve N4TQO

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