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## [CQ-Contest] Kilo-Points per hour report from logger

 Subject: [CQ-Contest] Kilo-Points per hour report from logger rex@lint.mv.com (Rex Lint) Mon Jan 13 12:21:50 2003
 ```The "slant bar" doesn't mean divide - it is the legend on how to read the stuff below. QSO/MULT means when you see 112/43 it means 112 QSOs and 43 MULTS. Rex K1HI -----Original Message----- From: cq-contest-admin@contesting.com [mailto:cq-contest-admin@contesting.com]On Behalf Of Dan Levin Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2003 10:40 PM To: cq-contest@contesting.com Subject: [CQ-Contest] Kilo-Points per hour report from logger Guys, Some common logger, I think either CT or NA, outputs 3 breakdowns. The first is a standard QSOs/Mults by hour. The second is a time per band per hour (I think). The third is "kilo-points per hour". I can't figure out what this third report is telling me. I am trying to analyze someone else's log in prep for WPX. Can anyone tell me, in specific, what the kilo-points per hour break down is telling me? To be specific, I know it is telling me how many thousand points were made in each hour. What I can't figure out is the formula it is using to compute the number. In this case, the contest is WPX, I know how many QSO's and how many mults were made in each hour. I know, from the kilo-points per hour report, how many thousand points were made. What I want to know, is how many QSO points were made in each hour. I assume there is some way to calculate this given the kilo-points per hour report - but I can't figure out how... Thanks! ***dan, K6IF ```
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