[CQ-Contest] World Records and Verticals

jukka.klemola at nokia.com jukka.klemola at nokia.com
Sun Jan 2 10:11:45 EST 2005

> -----Original Message-----
> From: cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com
> [mailto:cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com]On Behalf Of ext 
> To set the record straight:  Team Vertical did own the WORLD 
> RECORD for M/M
> in 1998.  Period.  Don't forget, this was from 2 point land!
> You should also note that Team Vertical now owns ALL the 
> single band QRP
> records, and 2 low power world records.  Let's see:  a World 
> M/M record, All
> the current World QRP single band records, and 2 current 
> World low power
> single band records.   Since the above won't convince some, I 
> would also
> guess they won't give any credit to the WPX North America M/M 
> record, and
> bunch of 1st place WPX M/S operations (can't set a world 
> record ALL the
> time.  Darn).
> Gee, and all that from 2 or 3 golf club cases worth of stuff.  Nah,
> verticals don't work - not enough evidence to support that.
> Kenny K2KW

If anyone would calculate the M/M category "Maximum result with
Minimum effort", the Team Vertical is a clean sweep champ.

PJ9* is clearly at the other end.

But the today's records will become history as there are more
multis and QSOs available in the future.

Jukka OH6LI

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