Love seeing statistics about contesting in any form. Thanks for doing this!
Difficult to compare anything with WPX CW 2010. Conditions were the worst
of all time last year. Plus, WPX in early summer is a very different time
from RDXC in the late winter.
We are hoping for much better conditions in WPX CW this month. May 28-29
Randy Thompson, K5ZD
Director - CQ WPX Contest
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> Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 9:32 PM
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Russian DX Contest analysis available
> Yesterday, contest rate analyser was given access to rdxc.org
> logs storage. It just finished parsing RDXC logs and results
> are now available here:
> They show some interesting trends.
> Clearly RDXC is gaining a lot of popularity and it is now one
> of the top 3 WW contests. For example, combined CW and SSB
> rates of RDXC are higher than those of CQWPX CW for same
> hours in 2010. This means that bands are livelier during RDXC
> hours. If we consider European activity we see that European
> RDXC CW rates are higher than those of CQWPX CW for the same
> period particularly on low bands, which is pretty amazing.
> Asiatic activity in CW is higher by a considerable margin and
> is almost as high as in some of the CQWW CW tests (2007 for
> example). Despite the fact that North American activity is a
> lot lower in RDXC, I think it is time for RDXC committee to
> consider a 48 hour event.
> I would like to thank Harry RA3AUU and Vlad RW1AC for
> providing temporary access to remote repositories and for
> allowing the results to be published.
> vy 73 de Stan
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