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Sun Jul 11 11:05:10 PDT 2010

                    IARU HF World Championship

Call: W9RE
Operator(s): W9RE
Station: W9RE

Class: SO CW HP
Operating Time (hrs): 24
Radios: SO2R

 Band  CW Qs  Ph Qs  Zones  HQ Mults
  160:    28            5        2
   80:    87           17       13
   40:   617           28       28
   20:  1199           36       36
   15:   368           25       24
   10:    20            4        2
Total:  2319    0     115      105  Total Score = 1,631,514

Club: Society of Midwest Contesters


Started out prepared to do a mixed mode effort because I thought conditions
would have me run out of stations but since that never exactly happened I just
stuck with CW.  The thought of all that SSB QRM motivated me somewhat also. 
Spent Friday resolving a s/w mixed mode issue but that wasn't needed.  Wx here
was forcasted no storms and that was good.

I have not operated this contest seriously since 2002 but since all my antennas
were up and working didn't want a good contest to go by.

Never heard the WRTC stations until a lot of time had gone by (guess we were
running on the same band?) and now that I think about it I maybe only heard a
handful of WRTC stations calling CQ the whole contest, most called me.  Sent my
log in immediately after the contest to WRTC.

20 meters was very good and a nice surprise considering how it sounded earlier
in the week.  15 wasn't bad but I don't think I worked any WRTC stations on
that band (only big stations/HP guessing).  40/80 were pretty good but noisy as
can be expected.  Ended up moving about 4 stations for zone mults.

Activity was pretty good on CW-thanks to all for a good contest and hope the
WRTC turns out well.

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