CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB
Operator(s): PT7AA, PT7BZ, PT7CB, PT7CG, PT7WA, PT7YV, PT7ZAA, PT7ZT, PY8AZT
Class: M/S HP
Operating Time (hrs): 48
Band QSOs Zones Countries
160: 1 1 1
80: 344 16 72
40: 711 33 102
20: 2083 37 143
15: 2311 34 144
10: 336 24 95
Total: 5786 145 557 Total Score = 11,954,358
Club: Araucaria DX Group
Rig : IC-756ProIII + PA Alpha 91B
IC-756ProIII + PA Yaesu TL-922
Antennas : 160m Dipole @ 40m
80m USA Yagi 3el @ 30m / Eur Yagi 3el @ 30m
40m 2x2 Yagi @ 20/40m
20m 5x5 Yagi @ 30/20m
15m 6x6 yagi @ 24/12m
10m 7x7 yagi @ 8/15m
After rebuild our Contest Station, we had no idea how it would perform on the
bands when the contest start. The first hour with 207Qs and over 1000Qs after
just 4th hour we were more confident.
Even with some little troubles, we notched down our last year score just after
18 hours. So our goal was 7000Qs and 15M pts, but some unexpected problems
(Murphy) dare show up on the weekend.
On Thursday, we tested the 160m dipole, and we lost it on the Friday, allow
working only a local station. On 10, we skip the Saturday morning (Europe) and
Sunday night (Pacific) opening. The running station hit very late the 10m on
Sunday morning and it was amazing working 300 stations in 1,5 hour with a great
surprise XX9C â??Break On Through (To The Other Side)â?? the European Pile Up.
The low band was under exploited. The 3 elements yagi for 80m toward EUA worked
great, but the other yagi beaming to Europe needs more adjustments. We could
hear better Europeans on the USA yagi. For the CW leg should get one K9AY Loop
and at least one beverage to USA.
But we are very happy with the new station and ZY7C Team wants to thank you all
for the QSOs on many bands!
QSL via PT7WA. CU all on CQWW CW!
Best 73, ZY7C Team
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