David Pruett k8cc at comcast.net
Wed Aug 16 17:45:29 EDT 2006


I saw in a note (I think from PY5EG) that this breakdown was based on 
raw numbers from the logs (except for the gross unique problem mentioned 
elsewhere) prior to checking, so its not at all unreasonable the seven 
station might have busted somebody's callsign to look like yours.


John E Bastin wrote:
> On Aug 16, 2006, at 10:35 AM, py5eg at iesa.com.br wrote:
>> Dear WRTC2006 friends:
>> Following the post contest information, we are glad to share with  
>> you some
>> analyses made by W5GN Barry regarding the non WRTC2006 participants.
>> We kindly invite you to take a good look on our RELEASE O68/06
>> http://www.wrtc2006.com/release68.html
>> Thanks for supporting WRTC2006
>> Oms PY5EG
> It's interesting that the listing shows my total QSOs with WRTC  
> stations as 71, also shows 71 contacts in the CW column, and then  
> shows 7 contacts in the phone column(??) (I was a CW-only entrant in  
> IARU). Looking over the listing in just the area of my call, I see a  
> number of other calls that have the same number in "Total" and "CW"  
> and then some additional number in the "Phone" column.
> Might want to take another look at this analysis...
> 73,
> John E Bastin, K8AJS
> jbastin at sssnet.com
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