CQ 160-Meter Contest, CW
Class: Single Op HP
Operating Time (hrs): 29
Total: QSOs = 1208 State/Prov = 38 Countries = 71 Total Score = 801,350
Club: Danish DX Group
Still far too many stations with (deliberate?) heavy CLICKS.
I made a list of some, (not all) of the worst clickers:
OK7K, YT0A, SN2M, LY2MM, HG5A, LY7M, 9A1P, ES5RR, 8S0DX, YL2TB, UX1UA,E7DX,
DK6WL, SP1NY, S53O, YU7AV, DD2ML, OL7M, UU7J, SN3R, OK5Z, DL1WA, SP1GZF, DL5SE,
9A4M, SP4INT, 9A8M, HG7T, LY5R, DL4UNY, EW1WA, DL4MCF.
CQ promissed last year to do something to get rid of bad signals, ie. clicks
and splatter. With the net of SDR receivers around the world, it should be easy
to check for the worst signals!
It would be much more fun to be in the contest if all signals were without
Yes, I know that it is much easier to keep your frequency when your transmitter
makes it impossible for others to hear anything +/- 1 kHz or more from your
frequency. It is not ham spirit to have so bad signals!
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