Spike, W9XR posted this question to the NA reflector. In a subsequent
e-mail, he indicated he was using NA9 to run the contest. Just so there is
no confusion, NA9 does not have the improved distance calculating
algorithm, and also does not contain the points rule calculation to support
the Stew Perry Challenge.
Sorry if there has been any confusion.
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> From: Spike Lazar <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [na-user] Scoring Stew Perry Challenge
> Date: Sunday, December 28, 1997 4:11 PM
> Just completing the Srew Perry Challenge contest, I would
> like to score my logs, but have not been able to do so.
> I downloaded the crtzip.zip files from Datom Engineering.
> The W1BB.crt was renamed W1BB.tmp and the contest was run
> using the W1BB 160M Distance Challenge selection but it
> scored all qso's as zero points, FN00 was used as our grid square.
> We reloaded our .qdf file in the QRP ARCI Contest selection,
> but it rated all q's the same fixed value.
> Any help would be appreciated,
> Spike W9XR
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