WW RTTY WPX Contest
Band QSOs Points Prefixes Score
80m: 185 420 20
40m: 445 1466 128
20m: 553 877 152
15m: 711 1528 188
10m: 500 1144 94
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Totals: 2,394 5,435 582 3,163,170
Station Description: Station-A TS-850S, Alpha 87A, Hal PCI-3000
Station-B TS-850S, AL-1500, Hal DXP38/ST-8000
Antenna(s): Tower No1 10m- 5-5-5-5, 15m 5-5-5,
Tower No2 20m 4-4-4, 40m 2-2, 80m 3 wire antennas
Tower No3 TH7DX - another 2 Elm 40m beam.
Tower No4 TH7DX
Operators: WS7I, WT4I, K5DJ
Software: WriteLog for Windows - Ver-9.22C
After once again being invited to the W5KFT ranch the only hard question
was what callsign to use. We settled on WS7I and after checking with the
contest manager found that to be OK. Contest started out with a bang and
went very strong the first six hours.
After a nice run into Asia on 40 meters about 1000Z which helped take away
the boredom of the night shift, I was ready for sunrise and getting WT4I
and K5DJ out of bed!
Nice run on 15 and after switching from 20 to 10 things started off quite
wellQSO/Pref by hour and band, our largest hour of the contest was from
1600 to 1700Z on Saturday morning.
Nice to see Peter TY1PS back on and getting 001 from 6W6JX was nice as
well. Due to some ISP problems we didn't run any internet or cluster stuff
at all during the contest which probably cost us a few mults.
Always nice when W5KFT invites us to the ranch.
73 Jay WS7I
Jay Townsend, WS7I < firstname.lastname@example.org >
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