CQWW SSB 9A1P M/S HP
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Mon Oct 31 10:24:48 EST 2005
CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB
Class: M/S HP
QTH: West 9A, JN65vg
Operating Time (hrs): 48
Band QSOs Zones Countries
160: 142 12 63
80: 672 20 82
40: 1078 34 125
20: 1542 36 131
15: 1441 39 137
10: 149 25 75
Total: 5024 166 613 Total Score = 8,827,628
Club: Worldwide Young Contesters
Not bad condx for the solar min. 15m was much better on sunday with rates over
200qso/h for a hour or 2. Very good start with great 40m condx to USA. For first
time with our new 3el full size 40m was looking like 15m to USA hi
Setup 160m 1st night halfsloper from 22m high tower with 20m yagi on the top but
not tuned well, probably some interaction with the guy wires. 2nd night inv V on
the same tower. From the USA only w3lpl came trough on the EU sunrise peak. Good
sigs from NP4A and surprise was XE1KK coming in pretty late about half hour
80m 1/4 vertical with only 9 tick radials but made a good job with about 150
north american stns in the log and good nr of mults, even we lost plenty because
of the terrible qrm in EU.
40m just 1 word GREAT! 3el yagi did a extremly good job here
20/15m 5el on 20m @24M and 6el on 15m @18m good pileups but bands closed pretty
early saturday, a bit better sunday.
10m 6el Mostly closed with only some pacific and south asia in the morning and
some south america in the evening. No backscatter to work europe so gettin 75
dxcc here was a hard job.
Mni tnx for the guest operators 9A4M,9A5CW,9A6XX and 9A8WW(S55M)for the good job
and many tnx for 9A2CW,9A2RD who made this possible with lot of hours on the
towers building our contesting site.
I love this game!
73 cu in the last weekend of nov.
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