[CQ-Contest] [dx-list] CQ Zone question
n6tj at sbcglobal.net
Wed Aug 8 07:29:00 EDT 2007
A more interesting question, perhaps, is What is the most difficult Zone to
work in the CQ WW? Without those loveable ZD8's, I'd venture to say Zone 36
is the hardest these days.
Jim Neiger N6TJ
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> That'd be my guess. Probably not more than 100,000 people when you
> consider Labrador, parts of Quebec and Nunavut. Next in line is probably
> Zone 40, which cant possibly exceed 500,000 (Iceland and Greenland
> primarily), followed probably Zone 29 which has about 2,000,000 in it.
> 73 Rich NN3W
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> From: John Geiger
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> Subject: [dx-list] CQ Zone question
> What is the least populated CQ zone? I am guessing Zone 2, but is that
> 73s John AA5JG
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