[3830] IARU 9A6XX(@9A7P) SO Mixed LP

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Mon Jul 15 14:42:24 EDT 2002

                    IARU HF World Championship

Call: 9A6XX
Operator(s): 9A6XX
Station: 9A7P

Class: SO Mixed LP
QTH: Pazin, HR
Operating Time (hrs): 12

 Band  CW Qs  Ph Qs  Mults
  160:    0     0       0
   80:    0     0       0
   40:    0     0       0
   20:  444     0      49
   15:  199     0      43
   10:   57     0      13
Total:  700     0     105  Total Score = 254,520

Club: Worldwide Young Contesters


700 qsos for my 7th IARU in row (1st at age 12).
Spend only couple of hours chasing OJs mostly, and just to relax a bit CQed
couple of times, to put the rate meter way higher, sometimes even to a 200q/h at
the 10min meter.
156 OJs worked on 3 bands (all 52); 77 on 20m, 47 on 15m and 32 on 10m. 
I had condx to OJs all the time on 20m but on 15m/10m had only 1.5 hours to get
what I can. If the condx stayed good till the end I would get 200 OJs this way
no way. Also I'm sure next 100 OJs would be reachable on 40/80m. Oh well,
there's always next WRTC and I hope with such a great calls as OJxx.
OJ3T was beside OI2HQ the only station worked on all band/modes, but all the OJs
signals were about same level.

Do I have to say how great was to watch scoreboard online?
I lived for every full hour :-)
My favorites were LY1DS&LY2TA, and the unforgetable 1/2 Californian dudes
N6RT/N2NT and N6MJ/N2NL, oh well. :-)

My low power million will have to wait for next year.
IARU WRTC is like IOTA, fun only for those who are to be chased.

73 de Hrle - 9A6XX

2 el.QUAD (20, 15 & 10m)

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