[CQ-Contest] Russian DX Contest analysis available

Richard DiDonna NN3W richnn3w at verizon.net
Wed May 11 06:29:14 PDT 2011

48 hours? No, not in favor of that. There are enough 48 hour marathons.

73 Rich NN3W
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Stan" <ua1out at yahoo.com>
To: <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:31 PM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Russian DX Contest analysis available

> Hi,
> Yesterday, contest rate analyser was given access to rdxc.org logs 
> storage. It just finished parsing RDXC logs and results are now available 
> here:
> http://www.ei6dx.com/cqww-contest-analysis/cqww-activity-analyzer/
> They show some interesting trends.
> Clearly RDXC is gaining a lot of popularity and it is now one of the top 3 
> WW contests. For example, combined CW and SSB rates of RDXC are higher 
> than those of CQWPX CW for same hours in 2010. This means that bands are 
> livelier during RDXC hours. If we consider European activity we see that 
> European RDXC CW rates are higher than those of CQWPX CW for the same 
> period particularly on low bands, which is pretty amazing. Asiatic 
> activity in CW is higher by a considerable margin and is almost as high as 
> in some of the CQWW CW tests (2007 for example). Despite the fact that 
> North American activity is a lot lower in RDXC, I think it is time for 
> RDXC committee to consider a 48 hour event.
> I would like to thank Harry RA3AUU and Vlad RW1AC for providing temporary 
> access to remote repositories and for allowing the results to be 
> published.
> vy 73 de Stan
> www.ei6dx.com
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