Here's one analysis, I do hope the formatting comes thru so you can see
how many Q's per zone. I do not know what you think of as western EU. To
many if not most around here it includes Z14, 15, 16. I've deleted
non-EU zones from Gary's post for brevity. With thanks to Gary. I
include the email trail, without which this wouldn't make much sense.
Looks like I understated the case, its actually 227 QSO. But even
leaving out 15, 16 there were 75 Z14 Q's.
I have been running some numbers for my local DX club the Magnolia DX
Association and since this issue has come up here on topband, I thought that
many in this group might also be interested in the numbers. These numbers
are derived from the ClubLog official on-line website for both DXpeditions.
73 W5FI Gary
The numbers reflect the total DXpedition QSOs by the end of the operations
Total K4M QSOs 60,735
G4GED Dave wrote:
> Art K6XT wrote>>>
>> Except that K4M devoted much effort to, and did in fact work a number of
>> west EU stations on topband. Someone tallied them up earlier. Do I
>> recall 150+ QSO's? Surely FT5GA (which would have been new for me as
>> well) had no such score with west US.
> OK Art, Please tell us who these 150+ Western EU stations are then?
> Because when I look in the K4M on-line log I see for 160m; 1 x G, 3 x GM, 0
> x other
> G entities, 0 x F, 0 x EA, 0 x EI, 0 x CT, 4 x PA, 4 x ON. Pardon me if
> I've missed anyone but that's not far off what we here consider to be in
> western EU for ham radio propagation purposes.
> So please tell us who the other 138+ are?
> Maybe you're confusing political EU with geographical EU?
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