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Sun Jul 11 18:20:11 PDT 2010

                    IARU HF World Championship

Call: K6CSL
Operator(s): K6CSL
Station: K6CSL

Class: SO CW LP
Operating Time (hrs): 22.0

 Band  CW Qs  Ph Qs  Zones  HQ Mults
  160:    0     0       0       0
   80:    3     0       2       0
   40:   40     0      13       2
   20:   79     0      21       6
   15:    3     0       2       0
   10:    0     0       0       0
Total:  125     0      38       8  Total Score = 15,686

Club: Northern California Contest Club


Wow! I still can't believe the solar flux climbed to 80, litterally the day
before IARU. I started an hour late, on no more than 3 hours sleep, having
tried to go to bed early and then being unable to sleep. I fought the
"drowzies" until after noon local time when the contest endorfins finally
started to kick in. I heard China, CRSA, B7Q on 40M, but couldn't break his
pile-up at about 14:05Z, just before I moved on to 20M at 14:15. I looked for
him, but never heard him again. I heard and worked R33A on 20M at 14:33Z and
never heard another WRTC station. I heard and worked OX8XX on 20M at 19:48Z,
the first Greenland station I've ever worked or even heard. My score doubles
any IARU score I've made since beginning operation with my "invisible" antennas
in this mobile home park in 2002. So with that I'm a happy fella'. Bert, K6CSL.

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