[CQ-Contest] UA9CDC ARRL CW audio files

Igor Sokolov ua9cdc at r66.ru
Fri Feb 23 19:11:19 EST 2007

I just quickly compiled a web page and put some 20, 40 and 80m audio files
in mp3 format recorded during last weekend ARRL CW. The URL is
I have a lot more (but not the entire contest, sorry). So if you need yours
just let me know.

73, Igor UA9CDC

> UA9 is pretty different from UA3. Just check the path from these 3
> to the US. To prove that I put down  here last year results of 3 more or
> less equally equipped stations.
> UR is even better. Some people managed almost 1000 QSO from there on 40m
> alone
> Call                        points    QSO    Mult
> RG9A                    201135  583  115
> UA9CDC               185460  562  110
> RD3A                    768924 1378  186
> This year was even worse. With better setup then last year I managed  63
> less QSO. The total operating time was about 17 hours out of 48. That
> includes some hours with 2-3 QSO only. The rest of the time there were no
> conditions at all on ANY band.
> What differ RDXC from ARRL is that you are not confined to working  Russia
> only. There is huge pull of EU stations and JA as well. If there are more
> participants from the US and Canada you can work them. Besides Russia
> is 9 time zones.
> No doubt it will be more fun at the peak of the sunspot cycle but in the
> mean time there is also a way to make it more interesting by having more
> participants from your own and neighboring countries.
> BTW Ukrainian DX Contest adopted the same format as RDXC and now it is
> quickly growing contest.  I only wish they maintain  contest web site of a
> quality similar to RDXC.
> 73, Igor UA9CDC
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