[CCF] FW: [CQ-Contest] Fw: [dx-list] DX Cluster Report for CQWW CW

jukka.klemola@nokia.com jukka.klemola@nokia.com
Tue, 26 Nov 2002 10:11:29 +0200


Ehdotan ett suomalaisetkin alkavat vihjailemaan.

Euroopasta oli pari Moskovan seutulaista jotka ovat
listalla.

73,
jukka

> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: 25 November, 2002 06:33
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Fw: [dx-list] DX Cluster Report for CQWW CW
> 
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>   73, de Hans, K0HB
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jim Kehler" <yahoo@kh2d.net>
> To: "DxList" <dx-list@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Monday, November 25, 2002 3:48 AM
> Subject: [dx-list] DX Cluster Report for CQWW CW
> 
> 
> >
> > These worthless statistics are brought to you by KH2D
> > and the WinCluster Lite DX Cluster Network. We
> > don't have a BACKBONE, we just use the Internet....
> >
> >        Report Period: 11/23/2002 to 11/24/2002
> >        CQWW CW  Deee-X Contest
> >
> >       Total DX Spots: 32,094    (See Note 1)
> >
> >         Active Users: 2,922 (Users sending spots)
> >
> >         Active Nodes: 454 (With users sending spots)
> >
> > The 10 most active SPOTTERS were:
> >
> > W3LPL          1189
> > W6YX           725
> > RL3A           723
> > K1KI           666
> > K8CC           633
> > K4JA           545
> > K9NS           538
> > KC1XX          481
> > W1EBI          400
> > UA3TT          353
> >
> > The 10 most active NODES were:    (See Note 3)
> >
> > F5MZN-3       2,625 spots from 560 users
> > <blank>        2,393 spots from 54 users (See Note 69)
> > W1GQ          1,798 spots from 34 users
> > K1TTT         1,789 spots from 89 users
> > K1TTT-14      1,333 spots from 732 users
> > K8SMC         1,148 spots from 39 users
> > N6ST          799 spots from 5 users
> > K1XX          644 spots from 9 users
> > K1TTT-13      610 spots from 306 users
> > K4JA          607 spots from 16 users
> >
> > Spot Totals by Continent of Spotting Station:
> >
> >   Africa: 83 - .3%
> >   Asia: 2,021 - 6.3%
> >   Europe: 9,676 - 30.1%
> >   N.America: 19,815 - 61.7%
> >   Oceania: 195 - .6%
> >   S.America: 304 - .9%
> >
> > Total DXCC Entities: 233    (See Note 2)
> >
> > DXCC Entities List:
> >
> > 3B8,3C,3C0,3V,3W,4J,4L,4S,4U1I,4U1V,4X,5A,5B,5H,5N,
> > 5R,5T,5U,5V,5W,5X,5Z,6W,6Y,7Q,7X,8P,8R,9A,9H,
> > 9J,9K,9L,9M2,9M6,9N,9Q,9V,9Y,A3,A4,A5,A6,A9,AP,
> > BV,BY,C2,C3,C5,C6,CE,CE0A,CE0Z,CE9,CM,CN,CP,CT,CT3,
> > CU,CX,CY0,D2,D4,DL,DU,EA,EA6,EA8,EA9,EI,EL,EP,ER,
> > ES,EU,EX,EY,F,FG,FH,FJ,FK,FM,FO,FR,FY,G,GD,
> > GI,GJ,GM,GU,GW,H4,HA,HB,HB0,HC,HC8,HH,HI,HK,HL,
> > HM,HP,HR,HS,HZ,I,IG9,IS,IT9,J2,J3,J5,J7,JA,JD/o,
> > JT,JW,JX,JY,K,KH0,KH2,KH6,KL,KP2,KP4,LA,LU,LX,LY,
> > LZ,OA,OD,OE,OH,OH0,OJ0,OK,OM,ON,OY,OZ,P2,P4,PA,
> > PJ2,PJ7,PY,PY0F,PZ,S0,S2,S5,S9,SM,SP,ST,SU,SV,SV5,
> > SV9,T2,T32,T7,T8,T9,TA,TA1,TF,TG,TI,TI9,TK,TL,TR,
> > TU,TZ,UA,UA2,UA9,UK,UN,UR,V2,V4,V5,V7,V8,VE,VK,
> > VP2M,VP2V,VP5,VP6,VP8/h,VP8/o,VP9,VQ9,VR,VU,XE,XT,XU,XW,YB,
> > YI,YJ,YK,YL,YN,YO,YS,YU,YV,Z2,Z3,ZA,ZB,ZC4,ZD7,
> > ZD8,ZD9,ZF,ZK1/s,ZL,ZL7,ZP,ZS
> >
> > DXCC Entities List is based on the following
> > calls being spotted:
> >
> > 3B8           3B8CF
> > 3C            3C2MV
> > 3C0           3C0/3C2
> > 3V            3V8BB
> > 3W            XV9DT
> > 4J            4K7Z
> > 4L            4L8A
> > 4S            4S7NS
> > 4U1I          4U1ITU
> > 4U1V          4U1VIC
> > 4X            4X4JU
> > 5A            5A8BE
> > 5B            H2E
> > 5H            5H3RK
> > 5N            5N6EAM
> > 5R            5R8GT
> > 5T            5T5SN
> > 5U            5U7/FM
> > 5V            5V7BR
> > 5W            5W0VF
> > 5X            5X1CW
> > 5Z            5Z4DZ
> > 6W            6V6U
> > 6Y            6Y0A
> > 7Q            7Q7PS
> > 7X            7X2LS
> > 8P            8P5A
> > 8R            8R1WD
> > 9A            9A7A
> > 9H            9H0A
> > 9J            9J2BO
> > 9K            9K9X
> > 9L            9L1DX
> > 9M2           9M2TO
> > 9M6           9M6NA
> > 9N            9N7YJ
> > 9Q            9S1X
> > 9V            9V1YC
> > 9Y            9Y4VU
> > A3            A35RK
> > A4            A45XR
> > A5            A52R
> > A6            A61AJ
> > A9            A92ZE
> > AP            AP2IA
> > BV            BX4AF
> > BY            BD5WW
> > C2            C21SIX/B
> > C3            C35M
> > C5            C53M
> > C6            C6AJX
> > CE            3G1X
> > CE0A          CA0YAM
> > CE0Z          CE0ZIS
> > CE9           R1ANC
> > CM            CO2JD
> > CN            CN2R
> > CP            CP6XE
> > CT            CT8T
> > CT3           CT9L
> > CU            CU/DJ9RR
> > CX            CX9AU
> > CY0           CY0MM
> > D2            D2BB
> > D4            D4B
> > DL            DF0HQ
> > DU            4G1A
> > EA            EA7AJR
> > EA6           EA6/DL1GGT
> > EA8           EA8/OH2NC
> > EA9           EA9EU
> > EI            EI4BZ
> > EL            EL2AR
> > EP            EP2FM
> > ER            ER6A
> > ES            ES6Q
> > EU            EU1UN
> > EX            EX2A
> > EY            EY8MM
> > F             F1NSR
> > FG            FG5XC
> > FH            FH/DL5CF
> > FJ            FSK441
> > FK            FK8GN
> > FM            FM5BH
> > FO            FO5JV
> > FR            FR0G
> > FY            FY5GS
> > G             M0ORE
> > GD            GD4EIP
> > GI            GI5W
> > GJ            GJ2A
> > GM            GM4SID
> > GU            MU5X
> > GW            GW7X
> > H4            H44SAT
> > HA            HG1S
> > HB            HB9FBE
> > HB0           HB0/DK3KD
> > HC            HC2SL
> > HC8           HC8N
> > HH            HH2LU
> > HI            HI3LFE
> > HK            HK5QGX
> > HL            HL1EJT
> > HM            P5A
> > HP            HP3XBH
> > HR            HQ3J
> > HS            E20HHK
> > HZ            HZ1AB
> > I             IK2UCK
> > IG9           IG9A
> > IS            IS0SEL/P
> > IT9           IT9VCE/P
> > J2            J28UN
> > J3            J3A
> > J5            J57XGN
> > J7            J75A
> > JA            JH7XGN
> > JD/o          JD1BIA
> > JT            JT1CO
> > JW            JW0HU
> > JX            JX7SIX
> > JY            JY9QJ
> > K             K0RF
> > KH0           KH0/JK2VOC
> > KH2           AH2R
> > KH6           KH6DV
> > KL            KL7WV
> > KP2           WP2Z
> > KP4           KP4US
> > LA            LN8W
> > LU            AY1DZ
> > LX            LX5A
> > LY            LY2OU
> > LZ            LZ2TU
> > OA            OA4WW
> > OD            OD5/OK1MU
> > OE            OE6MBG
> > OH            OH4A
> > OH0           OH0Z
> > OJ0           OJ0M
> > OK            OL5Q
> > OM            OM3OM
> > ON            ON4IA
> > OY            OY1CT
> > OZ            OZ0XX
> > P2            P2F
> > P4            P40Q
> > PA            PB6X
> > PJ2           PJ2T
> > PJ7           PJ5/K1NA
> > PY            PX2W
> > PY0F          PY0FF/B
> > PZ            PZ5RA
> > S0            S07PM
> > S2            S2G
> > S5            S52A
> > S9            S9MX
> > SM            SM5CEU
> > SP            SN7Q
> > ST            ST1DX
> > SU            SU9BN
> > SV            SV1BTR
> > SV5           J45KLN
> > SV9           SV9/LA4XFA
> > T2            T2DX
> > T32           T32Z
> > T7            T77C
> > T8            T88JA
> > T9            T95A
> > TA            TA3BN
> > TA1           TA1EQ
> > TF            TF3IRA
> > TG            TG4/W0IZ
> > TI            TI5N
> > TI9           TI9JJP
> > TK            TK5EP
> > TL            TL8SB
> > TR            TR8CA
> > TU            TU2CI
> > TZ            TZ6JA
> > UA            RK3RWT/M
> > UA2           RW2F
> > UA9           RX9TX
> > UK            UK9AA
> > UN            UN5J
> > UR            UZ8M
> > V2            V26K
> > V4            V47KP
> > V5            V51AS
> > V7            V73GT
> > V8            V8YYY
> > VE            VY2TT
> > VK            VK4UC
> > VP2M          VP2MEG
> > VP2V          VP2V
> > VP5           VP5V
> > VP6           VP6V
> > VP8/h         R1ANF
> > VP8/o         LU1ZA
> > VP9           VP9/W6PH
> > VQ9           VQ9X
> > VR            VR2BG
> > VU            VU2LX
> > XE            XE1KK
> > XT            XT2DX
> > XU            XU9DT
> > XW            XW1IC
> > YB            YB0ECT
> > YI            YI9OM
> > YJ            YJ8MN
> > YK            YK1AO
> > YL            YL2JN
> > YN            HT9T
> > YO            YO3APJ
> > YS            YS1EJ
> > YU            YT9X
> > YV            YV4GLD
> > Z2            Z22JE
> > Z3            Z37A
> > ZA            ZA1B
> > ZB            ZB2JO
> > ZC4           ZC4DW
> > ZD7           ZD7MY
> > ZD8           ZD8A
> > ZD9           ZD9BV
> > ZF            ZF2NT
> > ZK1/s         ZK1JD
> > ZL            ZL1BD
> > ZL7           ZL7QH
> > ZP            ZP6T
> > ZS            ZS6DTS
> >
> > Note 1: DX Spot Totals do NOT include looping or
> >          duplicate spots. Because we feel accuracy
> >          is more important than Big Numbers.
> >
> >          DX Spot Totals DO include lottsa spots sucked
> >          into the network from a web cluster by somebodys
> >          robot spot sucker. But our dupe checker dumps all
> >          the dupes they suck, so what the heck.
> >
> >          The total number of spots converts to:
> >
> >          11.14375 spots per minute
> >          1 spot every 5.384 seconds
> >
> >          Which is probably enuff to keep the average Contester
> >          pretty busy........
> >
> > Note 2: DXCC Entities Totals are for what the are
> >          worth. Because there isn't a day goes by that
> >          somebody doesn't spot some bogus stuff.
> >
> > Note 3: An unusually high number of spots/users from any
> >          particular node MIGHT indicate that the node
> >          is sucking spots from an HTML internet cluster.
> >          Or maybe the node operator is paying users 25
> >          cents a spot to send spots. Hard to tell which.
> >
> >          In order to help you understand what SPOT SUCKING
> >          means, look at these stats:
> >
> >          N6ST          799 spots from 5 users
> >          K1XX          644 spots from 9 users
> >          K4JA          607 spots from 16 users
> >
> >          Those nodes sent a lot of spots. But their user number
> >          (people logged on to the node) is realistic. So all their
> >          spots were probably actually generated by real people using
> >          their nodes.
> >
> >          Now look at these guys:
> >
> >          F5MZN-3       2,625 spots from 560 users
> >          K1TTT-14      1,333 spots from 732 users
> >
> >          There were 454 cluster nodes active, and 2,932 users.
> >          Which means the average node would have 6 or 7 users.
> >          Which is probably about right, judging from what we've
> >          historically seen since the invention of the DX cluster.
> >
> >          Ain't no cluster node in the whole wide world that has
> >          732 users logged on (25% of the users in the WHOLE
> >          WORLD on the same node). So what K1TTT is doing is this:
> >
> >          He gets spots from a web source, like OH2BUA's Web
> >          Clutter, or the Chatty Children's Channel on IRC. But
> >          when he gets the spot, he only gets:
> >
> >          Date, Time, DX Call, Freq, Comment, Sender's Call
> >
> >          The Web Clutter doesn't tell you what NODE the spot
> >          was sent from, so he has to insert HIS call into the
> >          NODE field (or leave it blank like some other idiot is
> >          doing).
> >
> >          Why would anybody SUCK SPOTS ? Simple. Because their
> >          network is so weak they are worried about missing spots.
> >          They have to boost their traffic count by sucking spots
> >          from places their network doesn't connect to.
> >
> >          Obviously, F5MZN and K1TTT SUCK.
> >
> >          Some people still think MORE is BETTER. Even when it's way
> >          too much to digest.
> >
> > Note 69: 2,393 spots received with NO NODE in the originating
> >          node field. Sucked by somebody from somewhere, probably,
> >          or else somebody's cluster software is real broken.
> >
> > For a CUSTOM report of DX spot activity, send $.50 and a boxtop
> > from any Yaesu radio to:
> >
> >     Spots We Gots
> >     P.O. Box 88
> >     Radio City Music Hall
> >     New York, New Jersey 00323
> >
> > 73, and good DX. Jim, KH2D
> >
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