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VO1BQ   Single Op LP   19,6732017-11-12 06:35:36
S&P 100W and dipole. Had fun...see u next time
W6SX   Single Op HP   118,7702017-11-12 08:48:33
International QSOs and QTCs were hard to come by.

Slept in Sunday morning, made a couple of Qs, decided I had more fun things to
do, and pulled The Big Switch.

K3, ACOM 2000A, wire antenna at 46 feet with Matchboxes and MB-V-A, MMTTY,
2Tone, N1MM+
KSØCW   Single Op HP   6,2302017-11-12 10:45:55
Band Q/QTC QSOs Pts Mlt Pt/Q
7 QSO 33 33 45 1.0
14 QSO 37 37 44 1.0
Total All 70 70 89 1.0

Score : 6,230
5P9X(OZ9GA)   Single Op HP   144,7812017-11-12 12:11:09
RTTY Radio HF-station OZ9GA
Contestcall 5P9X

RX/TK IC 7851 and Expert 1K-FA
Interface Microham Microkeyer II
Microham Station Master for antenna swits, rotator- and PA control.
MSI Laptop
WriteLog 12.21 with MMTTY

On tower 11M over gr.
Mosley TA-54-XLN-6 for 6, 10, 12, 15, 17 and 20 Meter Bands
Optibeam OB1-4030 for 30 and 40 Meter bands
Rotor Yaesu G-2800DXC

Dipole for 80 Meter Band
Long wire for 160 Meter band with CG-3000 automatic antenna tuner

All Q’s are on LOTW

Tnx fer the contacts.

73 de 5P9X (OZ9GA)
W1AJT(VE3UTT)   Single Op HP   277,0202017-11-12 14:29:07
K3 / Hexbeam @ 8m / 43' Vertical / 80m inv "V"

Thought conditions were poor from here. Hope all had fun.
W7RN(WK6I)   Single Op HP   647,1362017-11-12 14:49:48
RTTY QTCs are fun! Thanks again to Tom and Midge for the exceptional
hospitality. 73 jeff wk6i
K3NDM   Single Op LP   15,7442017-11-12 14:56:55
Band Q/QTC QSOs Pts Mlt Pt/Q
3.5 QSO 38 38 44 1.0
7 QSO 34 34 48 1.0
14 QSO 51 51 36 1.0
Total All 123 123 128 1.0
Score: 15,744
1 Mult = 1.0 Q's
VE2FK   Single Op HP   253,8402017-11-12 15:11:20
The best one
HP3SS   Single Op HP   414,8342017-11-12 15:32:46
400W to 3 EL and wires.

The nice thing about poor conditions is you can take a nap without hurting your
NT9E   Single Op HP   45,0452017-11-12 15:50:04
Not much Euro DX this weekend.
W4PK   Single Op HP   415,3802017-11-12 15:58:46
Last time I participated in this contest was in 2013. What a difference in
conditions over four years! My personal best for that contest was 1335 QSO's
and 1296 QTC's for a score of 1,951,592. This year conditions were fair at
best with 20M closing early every evening. Also, this year I had a church
function I had to attend so I was not able to get on until after 2PM on

I did struggle with the QTC thing with the software I was using in that it had
to have perfect copy when I was receiving QTC's. If I had to request repeats
about half the time I messed something up, my software would hang, and I would
lose what QTC's I had already "clicked" into the QTC window. I had
much better luck sending them. My apologies to everyone who experienced this
with me. Other than that I had fun and it was nice to hear all the PVRC
members on for this test!

73, Sam W4PK
W9PA   Single Op HP   15,3532017-11-12 15:59:23
K3, P3, K-Pod, Acom 1000, Skyhawk, 40M Moxon, 80M Vertical
Software: DXLog by 9A5K, V2.3.14
N4MM   Single Op HP   2,9832017-11-12 16:05:17
This QTC thing is a pain to deal with.
AC2FA   Single Op LP   15,4082017-11-12 16:05:49
K2 @ 80 watts. Thanks for the Q's.

N6WT   Single Op HP   123,8022017-11-12 16:09:04
Radio: Flex 6500
Amp: SPE Expert 1.3K-FA
Antenna: SteppIR DB36 @ 75ft and OCFD @ 70 ft
WN6K   Single Op LP   56,7442017-11-12 16:13:24
1) DO NOT Start Late - Could not get RTTY Interface working on WL
2) DO NOT Use N1MM Logger Plus that is 785 days old. It was terribly buggy and
eventually I stopped and loaded the newest version and all the bugs went away
like someone had sprayed the shack with RAID!

Bands were awful and when the numbers (A&K) started to look better, EU was
closed and the JAs had all gone to work.

Thanks for those that tried - I missed about a dozen or more of you due to N1MM
foibles so sorry.

WN6K, Paul
AI6O   Single Op HP   28,0632017-11-12 16:13:31
First time to use N1MM+ on RTTY. Learned on the fly. Thanks to Max KH6ZM who
took a few minutes to try to get some QTCs to and from me. I got 2 but he got
zip. Next time! Great test, good ops, nice to be back on RTTY. Thanks to all
for the Qs. 73

Ed, AI6O
W9ILY   Single Op HP   249,7952017-11-12 16:13:33
Optibeam OB 9/5 and phased verticals
K2QB   Single Op HP   133,4252017-11-12 16:18:08
Terrible condx the first day. Overall louse band condx.
K6NV   Single Op HP   36,5002017-11-12 16:19:56
This was a hit and miss contest for me, just random times on, these last fall
weekends are way to nice to be inside, other fun things to do. Wish more folks
particpated, would give incentive to put more time in. Conditions not good from
here, was never able to get a JA run going on Sat, only 3 EU's Sunday. TNX for
the Q's.......Bob
K4GMH   Single Op LP   305,1482017-11-12 16:20:08
Thanks for the QSOs. Thanks DARC for sponsoring the Contest.

Mike, K4GMH
N4CF   Single Op LP   24,9632017-11-12 16:22:30
Little time to spend. I must have missed the EU band openings.
K3AJ   Single Op HP   228,5662017-11-12 16:23:11

Radio - K3/P3
Amplifier - Acom 1500
80M - Inv. V at 45 ft./68 ft. vertical
40M - 2-el at 70 ft.
20M/15M - 3-el SteppIR at 50 ft.
N1MM+/2-tone/win10 PC
K4XL   Single Op HP   338,3642017-11-12 16:24:30
Conditions on Saturday were not very good. Mainly did S&P a
nd did not exchange many QTCs because of conditions. Saturd
ay evening was a little better and when I tried to receive Q
TCs N1MM threw up a hairball and embarassed me. The N1MM cr
ew quickly did a repair and the updated release solved the p
roblem. Most of Sunday, with much better conditions, was sp
ent Running and exchanging the large backlog of QTCs. I sti
ll managed to have too many QTCs not sent. Easy
rown away...oh well. Rotator was out by 30 degrees and I so
on got a headache doing the math in order to know which way
to point the thing! Replacement rotor is in hand and will s
oon be installed. This is a great RTTY contest and I can't
wait for the next running. Thanks for all the Qs and QTCs.
W6ZL   Single Op LP   20,4882017-11-12 16:25:36
Managed to exchange QTC's with SA and JA. Only worked one EU (OH8A)
PX2A   M/S HP   1,919,4872017-11-12 16:36:42
Nice contest with friends.

3 Power outage at contest start and strong static due rain with lightstrikes.

3 power outage on sunday afternoon during running on 15m took 2 hours from
operation. Gasoline generator problems was fixed by the group on this two
hours. Output power reduced for 300Watts for 2 hours.

Congratulations for all participants and thanks for each qso.

Hope to listen all you @CQWWCW M/2 effort.


Alto da Serra Contest Team - PX2A
W4VIC   Single Op HP   100,1002017-11-12 16:37:03
QTC BUG in N1MM+ lost some points and some QTC and some composure. Saw a
corrected copy available and grabbed it. Thank you very much N1MM+ Gurus!
Finished what I could with band conditions chancy. Love this contest now as
much as the WAE CW. KUDOS to those German Ops who have mastered the art of
QTC. Thanks for the Qs. 73, Vic, W4VIC
N7NM   Single Op HP   152,8652017-11-12 16:37:52
Conditions were not great here in the PNW and the bug in the DI didn't help. I
didn't find out about the fix till late Sunday. But, as always, enjoyed myself
and appreciate the Q's!
73, Doug
K3S, 2 Ele SteppIR and 43ft vert, 500w
VE3BR   Single Op LP   68,8082017-11-12 16:40:37
Radio: Ten-Tec Orion
Antenna: DX-Eng 80/40 Thunderbolt 55ft Dual Band Vertical
Software: N1MM Logger+ 1.0.6869.0 + MMTTY 1.70K + 2Tone 16.11a

Upgraded to N1MM+ 1.0.6895.0 late Sunday morning and finally could receive QTCs
:) (Not that there were many willing to send. When you are weak and difficult to
receive others seem to think you will have difficulty receiving them? Not
necessarily the case.)

Terrible conditions. In my diary I've renamed this WAE (Worked All Europe) and
called it HWAE (Hardly Worked Any Europe).

So there is nothing but the truth in: "As usual, it's the emptiness of a
giant arctic ice floe out there... when you are running low power to a
vertical." :)
KG4USN   Single Op LP   1,6722017-11-12 16:46:03
Worked at WA3EKL Friday eve, and had a nice run from 7-midnight.
Worked at home under my call for a bit on Sat AM. Sat eve and Sunday the
conditions were so bad I thought something was wrong with my station.
N3QE   Single Op HP   851,4452017-11-12 17:06:56
40M/80M DX conditions very poor to Northern EU after sundown. 40M just passable
before sundown.

20M very good to JA Saturday night.

Every time, see a new mult to pop up via skimmer and K1MK and I were in the
pileup together with him almost always getting it first :-).

Interestingly 10 minutes before end of test I get called by a Sardinian for a
new mult on 40M and he wants to chat. This seemed kinda familiar - looked in my
log from last year and exact same thing happened, exact same time, exact same
W3LL   Single Op LP   213,1882017-11-12 17:13:31
Operated Friday night and mostly Saturday morning with none on Sunday.

Almost all Q's made while running with just a few S&P Q's.

Most QTC were received rather than sent.
Low power meant most EU stations preferred to send rather than receive QRC's.

Thanks for the Q's.


Bud W3LL
NØTA   Single Op HP   19,1862017-11-12 17:16:10
Check Log
W4EE   Single Op LP   32,5502017-11-12 17:17:08
TS-590S es OCFD
N1MM+ logger es MMTTY
Tnx for the Q's
73, Jim
KE8M   Single Op HP   354,8782017-11-12 17:17:37
WAERTTY Summary Sheet

Start Date : 2017-11-11

CallSign Used : KE8M
Operator(s) : KE8M

Operator Category : SINGLE-OP-ASSISTED
Band : ALL
Power : HIGH
Mode : RTTY
Default Exchange : #
Gridsquare : EN81RG

ARRL Section : OH
Club/Team : None
Software : N1MM Logger+ 1.0.6883.0

Band Q/QTC QSOs Pts Mlt Pt/Q
3.5 QSO 80 80 64 1.0
7 QSO 120 120 108 1.0
14 QSO 259 259 138 1.0
14 RQTC 153 153 0 1.0
14 SQTC 200 200 0 1.0
21 QSO 81 81 72 1.0
21 RQTC 16 16 0 1.0
21 SQTC 20 20 0 1.0
Total All 929 929 382 1.0

Score : 354,878
Rigs : Elecraft K3s + Ameritron ALS 1300 @ 400-700 W
Elecraft K3s + Ameritron ALS 600 @ 200-300 W
G3YYD 2 Tone
Low Band Systems Band Pass Filters PerfoBoxs 1500w
Hamation Bandpasser filters 100w

Antennas : 10M - Hy Gain LJ 105CA @ 45 ft
15M - Hy Gain LJ 155CA @ 42 ft
20M - Hy Gain LJ 204CA @ 50 ft
40M - dipole @ 40 ft
40M - full size 1/4 ground plane @ 25 ft
40M - full size ground mounted 1/4 vertical 120 1/4 radials
80M - full size ground mounted 1/4 vertical 175 various size
600 ft unterminated beverage antenna NE/SW

first time so2r with 2 k3s's things went well except for the bands
KI6DY/Ø   Single Op HP   134,0702017-11-12 17:19:10
Kinda hard to pass QTCs with those conditions.
N9NA   Single Op HP   103,9302017-11-12 17:20:28
Ten Tec Omni 7, Ten Tec Centurion, Steppir DB18e, 80 mtr ocf, 55 ft twr, N1MM.
N3DPB(@WA3EKL)   M/S HP   474,7252017-11-12 17:29:43
From the WA3EKL Contest Crew. We noticed the conditions were not quite as good
as last weekend with no openings on 10 plus 15 and 20 shut down earlier than
last weekend. We once again were able to train some new operators in the fine
art of RTTY contesting. We ALL learned how to send and receive QTC’s. WENDY
K3TBD took impressive leads in getting the rate steady. Mason KC3IZX has become
a natural in hunting down the elusive multipliers. It really puts him ahead in
the world social studies as he is our 10 year old up and coming leader in
contesting. Do not blink he is not only gaining on you but he is long gone
ahead of the pack. He did take time out as well this weekend for his piano
recital. He is quick to distinguish octaves and tones so look out once he
totally masters CW. Station owners WA3EKL and wife N3DPB spent their 39th
wedding anniversary Saturday night on the radios calling CQ and looking for
multipliers. Susan N3DPB cooked some excellent food while she wasn’t on the
radios or taking care of the three granddaughters. We all had a great and
exhausting time.

Look forward to next year.
73 and see you in SS Phone.

VA7ST   Single Op HP   83,5452017-11-12 17:47:11
13.5 hours on the air. Casual high-power operation due to work chasing me around
all weekend as usual. Missed four hours of the prime-time EU opening Saturday
morning for Remembrance Day service in the city 45 minutes away.

Things slowed down on 20M around 2100z Sunday so I quit early with score and
stats a bit ahead of last year.

First time running the amp in this one since 2008. Don't want to know what it
would have been like as a low-power outing.

Good to see some life left in 15M, though I didn't hear any EU while I was on,
and didn't work any JA mults there either.

JW5E was a great surprise on 40M and 20M. What a signal here in the NA west.
Only EU strong enough to send solid QTCs on Sunday.

Qs QTC Mult Score
2017: 317 70 217 83,545 < HP 14 hrs
2016: 367 79 186 82,956 14 hrs
2015: 564 70 282 171,174 21 hrs
2014: 619 360 432 435,888 25 hrs
2013: 369 200 275 156,475 15 hrs
2012: 668 300 393 380,424 24 hrs
2011: 858 490 542 730,616 31 hrs
2010: 390 150 299 161,161 16 hrs
2009: 584 190 347 268,578 24 hrs
2008: 346 120 215 100,190 < HP 11 hrs
2007: 511 170 318 216,876 < HP 19 hrs
2006: 431 70 218 93,958
2005: 452 159 259 158,249
2004: 311 117 198 84,744
2003: 113 109 120 26,640
2002: 251 40 186 54,126
NN2NN   Single Op LP   37,5762017-11-12 17:48:29
Grandchildren here for the weekend... very limited op time. Thanks for the Q's.
N4CW   Single Op HP   14,1702017-11-12 18:04:56
Not much time to operate due to family commitments. However, I found band
conditions to be poor during the times I operated. Thanks, DARC.
KD9MS   Single Op LP   241,9412017-11-12 18:05:36
Still one of my favorite contests. Fun watching live contest
updates while the contest is going. I was doing well until church time got me
at 1600Z on Sunday morning, fell way behind then.

N1MM software was killing us! QTC send and especially receive was bad. The
receive kept locking up. Check out the N1MM digital reflector on the Yahoo
group. My computer finally went to the "blue screen of death" about 2
hours before the end of the contest and when I rebooted and restarted, there was
a new version of N1MM out there, but I didn't get it in time to see if it worked
better by receiving any QTC's.

Lost the second radio to a bad coax connector on a spliced line. Got it fixed
Sunday afternoon. Fun contest. Thanks to all that worked me on my 100 watt

73, Craig KD9MS
N6AR   Single Op HP   374,8502017-11-12 18:33:14
N1MM messed everybody up with locked screens on qtcs received.
NA2M   Single Op HP   118,2722017-11-12 18:43:38
RIG: Elecraft K3/KPA500 400W
Ant: R5 vertcal (20/15)
33-ft sloper (40)
Doublet (80)

Condx poor but still a fun contest.
AA5AU   Single Op LP   78,0702017-11-12 18:51:19
Not much time for contesting this weekend but I had to find time to make a few
contacts and pass some QTCs. One of my favorite contests.
K2AL   Single Op LP   11,3002017-11-12 19:03:16
IC746 3 element Mosley mini-beam at 30 feet/Dipole.

Poor band conditions. Not many European stations worked.
Only Asia was JH3 on 20 late Sunday.
Not much opportunity to improve my QTC exchange skills (or lack thereof).
KB1RI   Single Op HP   101,9252017-11-12 20:32:53
Was able to operation on and off throughout the weekend with about half my total
time on Sunday. First time working this contest and I was totally unprepared
for how to use the QTC interface. Learning that on the fly was quite costly.
I clearly don't know how to properly get the received QTC's from the digital
interface window to the QTC entry window. Once you get an error in that table,
you are really screwed even after getting the "fixed" version of
software. Correcting the jumbled mess I created on each of my received QTC
sets took me 45 minutes. Just avoided receiving QTC's after that. Had one EU
station respond during the correction of QTC's in complete frustration with the
SW and just say forget it after several repeats. I felt his pain and lived it.
I know I left a bunch of QTC points on the table. I'll be better prepared the
next time! I did get to prove out some antenna and station improvements. I
wish my operating times aligned better when the EU stations were workable. So,
I ended up with mostly domestic Q's. Looking forward to the next time.
M6W(G3WW)   Single Op LP   154,4012017-11-13 02:21:15
One of my favourite contests purely because of the QTC fun. Sadly I rarely get
time for the WAEDC, so when the opportunity arose to put a few hours in on
Saturday whilst visiting my OM I took the chance.

The RTTY gear was quite a lash up and very last-minute but got the station
setup just about in time for the midnight start.

Condx as expected were pants with very few DX stations workable with low power
to a vertical but I did find ten non-Europeans who were strong enough to take
QTCs from.

I struggled to find a G multiplier on all bands so don't think there was much
domestic interest in this one.

Win-Test worked flawlessly and for the first time I tried 2Tone by G3YYD
running in parallel with MMTTY. It was fascinating to see the difference
between the two decoders, 2Tone seemingly more selective and better coping with
strong QRM but MMTTY having superior sensitivity handling weaker signals better.
I can't remember asking for a single repeat.

75 Watts
HF9-V Butternut
N2WK   Single Op LP   3492017-11-13 02:37:00
Remote from Cape Vincent, NY. Conditions not good from WNY.
K2RET   Single Op HP   187,8442017-11-13 03:31:37
After all these years of working the WAE, I finally figured out what QTC was.
VE3RCN   Single Op LP   12,8802017-11-13 04:40:29
Remembrance day ceremonies with the Navy on Saturday....on and off participation
throughout Sunday. Giving out a few points.
W1IE   Single Op HP   5,9002017-11-13 04:51:07
[log removed from comments]

CLUB: Potomac Valley Radio Club
NAME: Gerald Knowttib
ADDRESS: 1113 Pinecrest Ave
ADDRESS: Bedford, VA 24523
CREATED-BY: N1MM Logger+ 1.0.6895.0
S56A   Single Op LP   540,5802017-11-13 05:25:11
Poor condx, snow static QRN. Mainly EU contest on two low bands. DX not easy
with low power under low sunspots :-( VK9MA worked in FT8 mode on 20 m!

73 de Mario, S56A, N1YU
N1IXF   Single Op LP   583,8692017-11-13 06:17:49
Really enjoyed this contest. Condx weren't great but I did have brief
openings... even to JA. Many thanks to DARC for sponsoring a really fun format.
Nice to be able to work lots of new stations and of course the usual suspects.
The exchange of QTCs makes for a unique contesting experience.

I did have QTC logging problems early on in the contest which made for some
challenging exchanges when I was on the RX end. A big shout out to Kenny,
AB4GG, who suggested using an older version of the software and that worked FB
for the rest of the contest, both RX and TX.

I did learn that the scrolling QTCs require more monitor "real
estate" for the multiple RX panes in the DI Window... another reason to
spend $$ there.

As someone else mentioned, I wish the EU stations who were probably thinking I
was too weak for QTCs realized that I would have no problem receiving their
QTCs ... they were booming or in the clear here when I asked for them.

A highlight I've come to enjoy in most RTTY contests is having VP8NO call in...
he did that again when I was trying to stir up Qs from SA on 15M.

Thanks to all who worked me.

Rich N1IXF
K5OA   Single Op HP   105,6242017-11-13 06:57:01
Very poor conditions to the West Coast but wanted to learn more
CT7AJL   Single Op LP   734,5912017-11-13 07:12:54
VE3TM   Single Op LP   66,6002017-11-13 07:52:13
I was trying to find a highlight in this past contest and finally found one: the
propagation in the WAE SSB was even worse...
WØLSD   M/S HP   729,1362017-11-13 08:05:33
It was challenging to exchange QTCs with a station on another continent when you
could not hear any stations on another continent. Some of the worst conditions
in some time in Colorado. The solar event that was lingering sure affected 10
and 15 meters. I don't think we worked but a couple of EU stations Friday and
Saturday nights on a normally productive 40 meters. We monitored 10 meters
during the entire contest and heard but one station, a local. Thankfully by
Sunday propagation started to improve however our score is considerably less
than last year. Thanks to all who struggled with repeats of QTCs and reports. A
special thanks to the EU,SA and JA stations for the QTCs in tough conditions. A
fun contest.
NN4RB   Single Op LP   7142017-11-13 08:36:09
Wanted to operate more, but couldn't get started. When I did to it on Sunday
afternoon, I work for an hour and heard no European stations. So, I quit. At
least I gave out a few contacts.

AB1J   Single Op LP   4,6742017-11-13 08:41:34
I decided this was the year to learn to QTC, but conditions and N1MM+ conspired
against me.

But there's next year if I still have the motivation. No guarantee on that,

Ken, AB1J

Flex 6500
Attic dipoles and stealth wire outside
LoTW eQSL ClubLog
YO9HP   Single Op LP   937,5332017-11-13 08:51:34
I love WAE-RTTY, but this year I had a very slow start. I woke up at 05:30 UTC,
fresh and ready for a serious LP effort. But Murphy was with me: I discovered
that, when connecting the Band Pass filters for SO2R setup, one radio was going
deaf. I was not in the mood to chase and repair the wrong cables, so I went to
2m and 6 m/EME and work some nice DX via EME. Finally, after moonset, by 11:30
UTC, I managed to have my SO2R working and I rejoined the QTC game.
10 m was completely dead, 15 m was good for multipliers only, but thanks to
20/40/80m activity, I managed to reach 971 QSO-s in 28 hrs. I really appreciate
the patience of DX operators to accept QTC traffic, especially with the poor
propagation. Most people preferred to send QTC-s, but it went OK on my side
using two decoders: MMTTY and 2Tone.
The last comment: I hope that WAEDC managers will revert to old rules, to show
separate results for DX and separate for EU. I just observed the 2017 rules,
with mixed EU/DX categories and mixed results. See you all in the coming
contests! 73, Alex YO9HP

RIG: IC-7600/IC-7100
Ant 7-14-21: OB17-4/OB11-5
Ant 7 MHz: 2 el SP7GXV
Ant 3.5 MHz: 2 x Inv-V
Software: N1MM+, MMTTY, 2Tone
Interfaces: Microham
SN7Q(SP7GIQ)   Single Op HP   1,728,1952017-11-13 09:44:33
GWØA(GW4SKA)   Single Op HP   940,8402017-11-13 10:46:39
Tough conditions. Software problems with N1MM caused many difficulties for ops
receiving QTCs. Nice opening to the US on Sunday 15:00 for 2 hours on 21MHz.
N3VOP(@NJ3VOP)   Single Op LP   29,9042017-11-13 11:54:41
[log removed from comments]

CLUB: Potomac Valley Radio Club
NAME: Mike Fisher
ADDRESS: 715 Robinwood Dr
ADDRESS: Mt. Airy, MD 21771
CREATED-BY: N1MM Logger V13.12.0
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1319 9A3TY
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1322 US7KC
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1327 UR7GO
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1345
IK0FMB 0277
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1346 NX8G
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1353 N2MM
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1355 CO2RQ
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1356 KB1RI
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1357 K1SM
QTC: 14091 RY 2017-11-11 1718 N3VOP 2/10 MI0UAI 1358
KB3LIX 0109
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0718
EA8AQV 0004
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0721 DG0CG
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0723
UR5ZGY 0028
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0728 R0AS
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0729 EU6AF
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0731 DL0V
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0001
UA0LEP 0008
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0732
VU2DED 0008
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0733
7L4IOU 0022
QTC: 7050 RY 2017-11-12 2201 N3VOP 37/10 SN7Q 0734 SE4E
K3SV   Single Op HP   144,8862017-11-13 12:13:07
I have not a clue as to how N1MM scored my results but I'll let the WAE gang
figure it out. Conditions were not good, 20 and 15 were open for short times
and 40 and 80 just didn't turn into much. N1MM had a glitch in the QTC windows
but I figured a work around, although I wanted to send QTC's rather than
receive, afraid that I would get into a bind. There were a few Europeans that
outright cussed out N1MM in their messages to me when it seemed like they fell
asleep but were messing with the QTC window. So, the bad conditions were offset
with a little humor.
73 Bill K3SV
W3FIZ(PAT)   Single Op HP   548,5682017-11-13 13:13:52
Had my Meniscus surgery done Friday. BAd time for surgery. Anyway drugs worked
great. Always a good warm-up for CQWW CW. See all in the next one.

W4JAM   Single Op HP   72,6952017-11-13 13:24:27
Finally feel like I am doing QTC correctly. Did not think the bands were that
good. Was planning to get rid of qtc on 40 Sunday but that did not happen. Have
a new rf problem, locks radio up when pointed due south, move to 150 deg and
every thing is ok.

Acom 2000a
DB36 steppir @ 105 ft
M2E(GØRPM)   Single Op HP   281,0502017-11-13 14:42:51
Conditions on the high bands very poor this year. 80m and 40m were the
"money" bands for me. Sadly N1MM+ logger problems receiving QTCs
caused me to give up after only a few. But it's fixed now so next year I will
exchange more QTCs.

Maybe next year my working conditions will be better. Operating in a freezing
garage with no door and no heating and wrapped in 2 blankets wasn't so much
VA3LR   Single Op LP   66,3482017-11-13 19:09:03
Poor conditions and my lack of a good antenna on 40 & 80 hurt my score.
Deciding to go with the low power category was probably not the greatest idea,
but I still had fun.
W4WWQ   Single Op LP   19,8032017-11-13 20:27:48
All S&P, no QTCs. Worked only when the bands were crappy.
LX7I   M/S HP   1,967,1852017-11-13 22:35:10
Nice race on online score with S51A!
If you are not on online score - you missed the fun.
So sad that people watching and orientating with online score - but not


Helmut DF7ZS
EA8AH   Single Op LP   1,889,9932017-11-14 03:30:37
From The Magic Mountain Station.

No cluster from saturday morning :((

Contest : Worked All Europe DX-Contest
Callsign : EA8AH
Mode : RTTY
Category : Single Operator (SO)
Overlay : ---
Band(s) : All bands (AB)
Class : Low Power (LP)
Zone/State/... :
Locator : IL28GC
Operating time : 35h47

80 91 0 33 10 101 1.00
40 364 6 59 230 594 1.00
20 613 5 69 520 1133 1.00
15 593 21 67 832 1425 1.00
10 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
TOTAL 1661 32 581 1592 3253 1.96
TOTAL SCORE : 1 889 993

Duplicados NO incluidos en conteo QSO y calculos de medias

Operators :
Soapbox :

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EA8URL(@EF8U)   M/S HP   1,794,2362017-11-14 03:35:34
EA8URL / EF8U operated by Club members with just 500W

Thanks for QSOs
KG4IGC   Single Op LP   2,2402017-11-14 05:05:01
Rig: Yaesu FTDX3000
PWR 100
VU2DED   Single Op LP   3,7262017-11-14 16:49:47
Working conditions: Icom IC-707, barefoot with homebrew Carolina Windom antenna,
40M through 10M and Yaesu antenna Tuner FC-700.
Home-brew digital interface with AMD dual core desktop computer. Software used
HRD, DM-780.

New Delhi ML88on
ZM2B(ZL2BR)   Single Op HP   37,6052017-11-14 23:47:39
Only a few spare hours in a busy weekend. Despite the SFI 68, short path to
Europe ZL evenings on 15m was great fun especially on Sunday.
WQ6X(@NX6T)   Single Op HP   19,8002017-11-16 11:43:18
This was a last minute remote RTTY operation from NX6T in Fallbrook.
I managed RTTY QSOs Saturday & Sunday morning after the bands/JIDX
died. Time was also found on Sunday afternoon to play RTTY.
Because I was running remote, I couldn't make the N1MM QTC method
work, preventing taking advantage of the QTC part of WAE to double
the score. LooK for WQ6X in 2018's WAE contest.
You can read the write-up on WQ6X's JIDX/WAE involvement at: