Submittal Forms
Current Contests
Recent Contests
Summaries of Current Contests
CWops Mini-CWT Test - 1300Z Jul 26   CWops Mini-CWT Test - 1900Z Jul 26   Phone Fray - Jul 26   SA Sprint Contest  
Scottish DX Contest  
Summaries of Recent Contests
All Asian DX Contest, CW   ARR BPSK63 Contest   ARRL Field Day   CQ Worldwide VHF Contest  
DMC RTTY Contest   GACW WWSA CW DX Contest   IARU HF World Championship   North American QSO Party, RTTY - July  
Portugal Day Contest   RAC Canada Day Contest   SMIRK Contest   Ukrainian DX DIGI Contest  

 

SummariesScores     Score Breakdowns     Comments     Calls Used     Compare Scores

GACW WWSA CW DX Contest   2017   Jun 10   Comment Summary

Sort by   Show

Click on a call below to see the score rumor detail. Click on the [email] link to send an e-mail to the contester who posted the comment.

 
W5/MMØLID(@KJ5Y)   SOAB HP   4,0282017-06-11 04:40:05
Didn't have much time to play in this one.
Bands were not in the best of shape.

Thanks to those who made QSO.

73 and See you in the next one.

Scott
MM0LID
 
L33M(LU3MAM)   SOAB HP   37,5302017-06-11 08:48:02
Happy to be again in the WWSA contest! Hope to see you next year.
 
DJ1YFK   SOAB QRP   632017-06-11 10:45:31
K1, 5W, 5m wire out of the 1st foor window

73
Fabian, DJ1YFK
 
N5AW   SOAB HP   3,3952017-06-11 12:44:01
Activity disappointly low in this one. Only SA stations worked were on 15
meters.
 
N8OO   SOAB HP   163,2002017-06-11 18:04:27
Too many contests same time,same mode again and again, need some kind of
international coordination
Thanks everyone who is call me
73! Vic N8OO
 
WQ6X(@NX6T)   SOAB LP   1,8002017-06-12 01:12:39
This was another last minute remote operation from NX6T ("NashVille")
in Fallbrook Ca. Unfortunately, operations didn't begin until 00:00z.

For most of the contest no South American stations were to be found.
There seemed to be more callers from Russia than from South America.
Eventually they made their way through on 20 and then 15 meters at the end.

Tower #2's rotor sported a faulty cable leaving the 2-el 40-meter yagi
pointing
at 33-degrees (Europe) and the Stepp-IR pointing 122-degrees to S. America.
Using BI-Directional mode I manage a handful of JA stations in addition to
S/A.

20-meters was of course the best band. 15-meters opened only an hour before
contest end - bummer dewd. Altho the A & K indexes were low, the
QRN-level
at NX6T on 80/40 was nearly S-9.

At one point the internet failed while N1MM+ auto-CQ'd for nearly
30 minutes while I figured a way to access another internet router.
That is why I didn't respond to your calls during that period.

I was JUST getting warmed up when 15:00z came around.
This was my 1st but not the last time in this contest.
You can read the write up about this contest later this
week in the WQ6X Contest BLOG: http://WQ6X.Blogspot.Com
 
OG6N(OH6NIO)   SOAB HP   38,2132017-06-25 13:45:06
I just gave out a few points. The activity was not very good.