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HK3SGP   SOSB/80 LP   15,4032005-10-30 04:45:35
Many tnx all stations in this band, Nice Band and nice contest, the next year i
try only in 160 mts.
73 and good luck for all
Siso, HK3SGP
 
4L2M   SOSB/80 HP   119,2112005-10-30 12:10:05
It is a very easy to collect more scores,when using UCXLog.
 
ON5ZO   SOSB/20 HP   324,2402005-10-30 12:54:33
This time: a part time SB entry because I don't like SSB that much.

I used a KLM KT34XA at 18m high with a friend's 500W amp (TNX!) to go 'HP' and
unassisted.
N1MMLogger once again turned out to be a joy, especially with the Microkeyer for
pre-recorded CQ's. A great combo!

I tried running most of the time, and guess what: if you stay long enough, the
nice juicy (double!) mults will find YOU which is a real thrill. Only at the end
on Sunday night, I swept the band because the rate was gone and I knew from
previous years that the SA and Caribean mults show up there late in the
contest.
Apart from the splatter and the QRM, I enjoyed this contest. A couple of extra
dB's on the TX side certainly help in SSB!

73 de Franki ON5ZO
 
W2UP   SOAB(A) HP   533,8232005-10-30 13:12:32
I usually set a goal of 1M for SSB tests. This year, due to no sunspots and the
likelihood of 10m not being open and 15m not being very good, I decided 500K
would be enough.

As it turned out, I had a great rate on 20m (244/hr - 1800Z on Sat., with the 10
min counter above 400 once!) so it didn't take as long as I expected. Had a
very nice bike ride of about 30 miles on Sunday morning, with great scenery -
the leaves almost at their peak color, then some tennis with the XYL in the
afternoon. Hopefully, this is sufficient preparation for CW weekend, so she
feeds me.

The score may be a tad off as I believe WP2Z was scored as USA. It came up as
zone 5 and I knew that wasn't right, but I couldn't decide if it should count as
zone 16 or 17...

Highlight of the contest was working VK9XB on 30m CW for a new band-country with
my 80m sloper while all you big guns were contesting :.)
 
W1WEF   SOAB HP   1,142,6402005-10-30 13:15:15
Not fond of phone contests but admit I did enjoy a good run on 15 on a
relatively clear freq without alot of splatter. Set a goal of 1M and met it by
9:30 Sun AM (EST),after two night's sleep. Good to catch an opening on
ten...conditions seemed to be pretty good overall. JACK W1WEF
 
PY5JO   SOAB HP   171,4562005-10-30 14:50:20
RIG: TS50s Kenwood Radio, Dentron 500W Amplifier, Antenas: 5 ele 10M Yagi, 3ele
20M Yagi, 40/80M Wire Dipolo, Locator GG54ho.
 
F5PHW   SOAB(A) LP   105,6002005-10-30 15:18:06
I don't like SSB !!!! It was just to give points to FY5KE and i decided to make
a special effort !
Had fun but it is really hard to work with 100w and a GP antenna.
Some stations have really good ears and others nothing !
But, don't worry my first love is CW, it really easier than ssb.

Best 73 de F5PHW Phil
 
AE7DX   SOAB LP   93,3332005-10-30 15:36:15
They're right...life is too short for LP ;>) Lots of missed opportunities going
toe-to-toe with the big boys but it was still gratifying to work so much DX with
marginal antennas!
 
K1EO   SOAB(A) HP   333,9402005-10-30 15:49:06
Operated on 160 from K1RX, the night shift, with some rest.
 
VE1OP   SOAB(A) HP   1,554,7402005-10-30 15:54:25
SSB contesting is a zoo...Crowded bands and unruly pileups...24 hours was more
than enough for me...Bring on WWCW!!

Set out to get DXCC on 15 and 20, 1.5 million points and 1,500 QSO's...Basically
played S&P on Telnet and did some running when I could find a clear
frequency...15 was excellent both days with continual strong sigs from EU and
SA...40 was it's usual mess so I S&P'd a little to grab some easy mults...Hats
off to 40 metre ops at M/M's...Tough job...Narrow band, wide signals...

C U in SS's, WAE RTTY and WWCW...

73, Scott VE1OP
 
W3BP   SOSB(A)/40 HP   103,3502005-10-30 16:02:26
No CQing, all Pounce and no Search as I was Asssisted. I was out of band a
couple of times, but not on purpose as some (many) where.
 
PY1KN   SOSB(A)/15 HP   831,9802005-10-30 16:04:12
Missed Zone 30. A great contest, with a lot of activity everywhere.
 
AA3B   SOAB(A) HP   2,217,5302005-10-30 16:04:22
It was tough sledding here, especially on 80 and 40 on the second night.

Hope to see everyone from V26K for CQ WW CW.

73 Bud AA3B
 
K8IA   SOSB/15 HP   261,0792005-10-30 16:04:41
IC-765, Alpha 91B to 3 el SteppIR at 78 ft

Cndx actually better that the SSN showed. SSN was zero on Friday, zero on
Saturday and 11 on Sunday. Eu openings ok, but short. JA opening on Saturday
afternoon was very good.

CU next month on CW!!

73, Bob K8IA
Arizona USA
 
K4JAF   SOAB LP   285,2732005-10-30 16:07:26
Very nice propagation here in NW FL - Part time effort on my part Jim
 
PY2NDX   SOAB(A) HP   243,8482005-10-30 16:07:54
ONLY 6hr Wkd.

73 RAFAEL PY2NDX
www.py2ndx.hpg.com.br
 
N4LR   SOAB HP   618,9982005-10-30 16:11:48
10,15,20,40 Dipoles at 30'
 
AA6DX   SOAB LP   5,4002005-10-30 16:13:43
Next Year more better, promise. CU SS...
 
W1JQ   SOAB LP   913,7692005-10-30 16:15:17
Per-band Qs don't include dupes
 
N7WA   SOAB(A) LP   13,4822005-10-30 16:17:16
Just a couple hours fun, clicking on packet spots and working some folks.
I was expecting it to be a lot less active - hope CW weekend has a similar
level of activity.
 
VA3DX   SOAB(A) HP   1,628,9912005-10-30 16:17:52
Good stuff R1
 
4M5DX(YV5SSB)   SOSB/40 HP   713,5452005-10-30 16:20:43
TX: ICOM 775DSP
ANTENNA: 3 ELE YAGI + 1/4 WAVE VERTICAL (ALL BY YV5APF)
AMP: HENRY 4K-ULTRA
SOFTWARE: N1MM
 
K6QK   SOAB HP   178,9282005-10-30 16:21:00
Conditions were much better than I had expected based on the number I was seeing
before the contest. This is probably my last contest on my TET 4-el tribander
and D-40 dipole. Expect to be running SteppIR 4El and shorty 2 el forty next
trip. Rig is FT-1000MP and 91Beta Amp. Software was WriteLog and no packet
spots; did it all straight up. First contest for the MFJ voice keyer; I take
back all the bad things I've said in the past but it did take two units to get
one that worked. Y'all save some fun for next time (ARRL 10 Meter).

73,
Harv
 
VK1AA   SOSB(A)/20 HP   585,1402005-10-30 16:22:08
Glad it's over! Except for one semi-decent opening to Eu which has produced
short-lived pile-up, the rest of the contest
was endless tuning up and down the band.
Highlights: being called by ZS6CCY, 5R8FU and AT0D early in the contest for
double mult and breaking US pile
to get 5Z4DZ and VE2IM - thanks guys, you made my weekend!

CU in November (as QRP / mobile).

Nick VK1AA
 
K1AR(@K1DG)   SOAB(A) HP   3,726,7922005-10-30 16:23:16
This was a part-time deal for me with it being mostly a daytime operation.
Amazing conditions considering where we are in the solar cycle.

Thanks to K1DG for letting me spin his power meter for a few hours.

73 John, K1AR
 
VA3EC   SOAB(A) HP   150,1762005-10-30 16:23:36
Just a few hours. Too much yard work. Got the new 572B's in the old SB200 and
we're back to 600 watts on the low bands.

Seemed like tough propagation. Not many Q's Friday night. I could hear but
couldn't work em.

Cheers,

Harry
VA3EC
 
4M5R(YV5TX)   SOSB/20 HP   733,0802005-10-30 16:24:51
TX: ICOM 781
ANTENNA: 4 ELE YAGI (BY YV5APF)
AMP: HENRY 3K-A
SOFTWARE: N1MM
 
K1SE   SOAB LP   89,9842005-10-30 16:25:43
New 80m horizontal loop at 60ft. (balanced feed thru tuner) works well. Looking
forward to WW/CW. Thanks to all for the Q's.
73,
Bill
 
YY5RED(@YV5SSB)   SOSB/10 LP   9,5682005-10-30 16:28:43
TX: TENTEC OMNI VI
ANTENNA: 5 ELE YAGI (BY YV5APF) + 5/8 WAVE VERTICAL
SOFTWARE: N1MM
 
KU8E   SOSB/40 LP   35,7882005-10-30 16:29:50
Icom 756PRO - 100 watts - wire vertical/4 elevated radials,
88 ft doublet/open wire @ 50 ft NE/SW

Heard but not worked :

EU : IT9,YO,UA,GU,GD,OZ
AF : ZD8,ZS
AS : VQ9, YB, UA9 (z17)
PAC: KH2
 
PS2T(@PY2OMS)   M/2 HP   14,880,5582005-10-30 16:30:10
Specail thanks to our friend Mr. Oms and Mr. Evaldo (Polacao) !!!
 
N5IET   SOAB(A) LP   46,8602005-10-30 16:34:48
Great contest had loads of fun and again thanks to the team at N1MM for a great
application for logging and scoring, it makes it so much easier to finish.

THANKS TO ONE AND ALL FOR THE CONTACTS.

73,
BOB N5IET
http://www.n5iet.com
 
W4AN(KU8E)   SOAB LP   141,2322005-10-30 16:37:00
For those who were surprised when they got a call from W4AN - Bill's old call is
now the club call for the South East Contest Club. First time it has been used
in a DX contest. All QSL's go to K4BAI.

73, Jeff KU8E
 
9A8MM   SOSB/20 QRP   2,0162005-10-30 16:42:01
Nice activity in the contest, but QRP (5 W) with Inverted V antenna wasnt good
enough. I called almost everybody I heard, but almost nobody heard me.
TO-DO list: get power supply, improove contesting skills, buy an amplifier. This
order preferably :)
Thanks goes to everybody who worked me.

Marko, 9A8MM/QRP
 
W2JU   SOAB LP   359,4242005-10-30 16:45:45
IC706, AH-4 tuner, 200 ft. dipole up 30 feet, N1MM Logger
All S&P. Accomplished my goal of beating last year's score, which took a lot
more effort, with no Europe on 10. An XE on 20, after exhibiting a lot of
patience pulling out my call, speculated that I must be QRP; my very next
contact, a J7, congratulated me on my big signal.
73, Alec W2JU
 
NJ1F   SOAB LP   33,3502005-10-30 16:47:20
Operated a couple of hours after return home from a business trip on Sunday
afternoon.
 
W4NTI   SOAB HP   441,5242005-10-30 16:48:34
Generally poor conditions all day on Saturday. Meaning very little over the
pole at all. However Sunday perked up considerably. It was a toss up between
20 and 15 meters most of the day. Makes one wish I entered with another station
and operator. The new Tri Bander did a fine job. Even ten meters let me make
some points. Compaired the signals to my old antenna (loop). I would have
NEVER made this score on it, guaranteed.

Next must do project is to get my Voyager GAP DX back on line for low bands.

Dan/W4NTI
 
W7WHY   SOAB(A) LP   14,6322005-10-30 16:51:38
Was going to make my customary 100 Q's for the SSB contest, but the QRM was so
bad I just gave up and watched football instead.

Seems like things are getting out of hand on 40. I copied stations clear down
to 7002 operating SSB this weekend. 40 meters was an absolute zoo Saturday
night. It was just a waste of time trying to make contacts with 100 watts and a
dipole.

Band QSOs Pts Cty ZN
3.5 5 10 1 2
7 5 12 3 3
14 50 135 16 14
21 1 3 1 1
21 29 76 12 9
Total 90 236 33 29
Score: 14,632

Radio 1 TS-450SAT
Radio 2 FT-840

N1MM Logger 5.10.10(awesome software)
 
5B/AJ2O   M/S HP   15,357,3302005-10-30 16:53:15
The worst propagation we have ever experienced!

We could never imagine that we would have to straggle for Caribbean,
Central and South America multipliers on 20-15-10 meters like we were
on 160 m. We hardly remember a signal from this part of the World
stronger than S 1-2 units during the entire contest.

We also felt like someone had built a wall between us and Pacific on
all the bands. With the mountain on the South (no Africa at all
times), no propagation to the Caribbean and South America and nothing
from Pacific we suffered shortage of Multipliers by large number.

Our guests Andrei RV1AW and Dima RX3DCX were very disappointed by such
propagation tricks. They both at their contest sites (RU1A and RL3A)
can spent just few seconds to get any mult into the log but here they
had to see the difference.

Bad propagation is not everything in our story. We had some rig loses.
Number one was our Low Band vertical right at the middle of Saturday.
It made our 80-160 m signal much weaker because we had to use just
simple wires. Number two was FT-1000MP with its pin-diodes, so we had
only 2 rigs left to run the contest.
 
IO3Z(IV3ZXQ)   SOSB/40 HP   232,5782005-10-30 16:53:28
CQ WW SSB - 2005-10-29 0000Z to 2005-10-31 0000Z - 1390 QSOs
IO3Z - Off Times >= 30 Minutes

10/29/05 08.00.00Z - 10/29/05 10.03.04Z 123 mins
10/29/05 12.48.17Z - 10/29/05 17.57.13Z 309 mins
10/29/05 21.41.58Z - 10/29/05 22.11.29Z 30 mins
10/30/05 00.19.50Z - 10/30/05 05.47.04Z 327 mins
10/30/05 07.29.16Z - 10/30/05 08.11.12Z 42 mins
10/30/05 09.41.25Z - 10/30/05 10.11.44Z 30 mins
10/30/05 12.26.33Z - 10/30/05 13.24.05Z 58 mins

Total Time Off 15,32 hours
Total Time On 32,68 hours
 
WØETT   SOAB LP   323,5682005-10-30 16:53:29
Friday night band condx were terrible. But, Saturday and Sunday the bands were
much better. 10m was poor with mostly weak signals to the south. Loud signals
on the other bands and 20m was the place to be, seconded by 15m.

Got 6Y2Z on 5 bands and they had a FB dx signal on 160 - (wonder what kind of
antenna?) Wkd a number of African stations (they were sure patient with the
pileups!) Heard a very rare one ST2T work CN with good signals but never could
find him calling cq anywhere. - Thanks to the many expeditions who were out
making the contest a lot of fun for all.

Heard some of the GMCC gang: W0ZA, W0AH, K0CL, K0RI, and K0FX; Also, friend of
GMCC: K0RF.

73 Ken, W0ETT

Rig: IC756 with 100w to TH7DX at 70', A3 at 50', and 2 el 40m at 90m. Inverted
L with 2 radials at 10' for 160m.
 
N4MO   SOSB/20 LP   172,9142005-10-30 16:55:58
BACK ON 20 FOR THE LEAN YEARS. WHAT A DRAG. I MISS 15!
 
VO1HE   M/S LP   396,4782005-10-30 16:56:45
FT-920 100W - TA33M and B&W 1.8-30 Dipole at 56 ft.

One of my personal best showings. Bands opened pretty good. Got to work a bunch
of new ones on a few bands. 40 and 80 were a zoo but managed a few contacts on
my meager set up. I even worked z5 on 160! Happy to see 10 open up. Heard a few
zones that I couldn't work but that's the way it goes. A trap on my beam must
have decide to pack it in a few hours before the contest because it was way off
on 20 but fine on 15 and 10. Something else to fix.

On to the SSCW next weekend. Thanks to all who called and sorry to all who
called that I couldn't hear. CU in the CW contest in a few weeks.

73 de Paul VO1HE
 
NØFP   SOAB LP   181,0482005-10-30 16:56:55
Conditions were rough, but as good as can be expected with ZERO sun spots.
 
W4KAZ   SOAB LP   132,6102005-10-30 17:02:47
Bring back the sunspots! My poor antenna on 20 makes life difficult. Nabbed a
few on 10 meters I didn't expect, which made the contest interesting. Couldn't
work much on 40, maybe on CW in that half.

Fun while it lasted.
 
K7EG   SOAB HP   185,8322005-10-30 17:04:12
Only 1 qso each 40 & 10. All other q's 20 & 15
 
SMØW(SMØWKA)   SOSB/80 HP   472,4722005-10-30 17:04:59
Thanks to everybody who called me!
 
VE3WO   SOAB(A) HP   184,6712005-10-30 17:06:57
Only had a few hours to play, so I concentrated on mults by going "assisted" to
maximize the score. I haven't finished the 80m vertical on the tower yet, so
that band was out. Didn't have time to take a stab at 10m, which, in hindsight,
I should have tried for at least an hour or so. Spent too long on 160, but rate
makes it loads of fun on Friday night.

Good luck to the other clubs in the Club Competition... GO GO CCO!

Thanks to all -
73, Travis VE3WO
 
KØOU   SOAB(A) HP   362,5582005-10-30 17:07:58
Part time effort. No hable esesbe - especially on 40M.
 
ZW5B(PY5KD)   SOSB/10 HP   216,3152005-10-30 17:09:21
Thanks to Mr Oms (PY5EG) for Let me use his FB station.
 
KL7RA   SOSB/160 HP   8,1142005-10-30 17:17:40
Single band 160 SSB for the first run from the new QTH after the move
to Southcentral Alaska from Two Rivers in the Arctic. Only antenna up
is a 142 foot series fed vertical on a cliff overlooking the ocean North.
Prop from here is more then I had hoped for. 80 is excellent, 160 can
be excellent as well. Second day of the contest started with Europe,end
to end, but they soon faded away and only a few contacts were made.
Europe reported I was coming in from the Southwest?? Most consistent
heard Europe station was LA6WEA on all four openings. K5NA was loud
for hours. W7AT was loudest with his fire sticKS over a septic tank. It
was just me and the 160 intruders on their fishing boats all night. They
have interesting stories, but have been to sea too long. Now clearing
the forest for an 80 meter four square, I will be back. 73, Rich KL7RA
 
AD4EB   SOAB(A) HP   1,691,0012005-10-30 17:18:59
Conditions improved thoughout the contest. Sunday was fantastic. Did S&P
Saturday, then had a few good runs on 15 and 20 Sunday. Don't always enjoy SSB
contests, but this one was fun. Thanks for all the DX QSOs.
 
W1NR   SOAB(A) HP   1,101,3932005-10-30 17:21:33
Spent more time in bed dealing with illness than in the chair operating!
 
K4XS   SOSB/40 HP   393,0002005-10-30 17:25:28
Beat last year's score, but missed the 40 meter USA record by 17K. Halfway
through Saturday night the VOX kept hanging and banging away non-stop. It took
almost an hour to get the problem squared away. Other than that, lots of fun.

Amazing to hear a TA station calling CQ on 7000.3. It sure is a good way to
keep anyone from coming up below you!

Biggest thrill was having a YB0 call me on an EU run on the longpath with only
20 minutes to go in the contest...love them double mults.

The strategy for working this contest on 40 is changing as the rest of the world
gets 7100 and higher.
 
VA3XQ   SOSB/80 HP   3,7292005-10-30 17:25:38
Antenna went nuts about 1 hour into contest, Had to go outside and shine a
flashlight on it to see if it was still standing. Struggled the rest of the
weekend with it. Better now then when it's -30 outside, Had a good time and did
get some points anyway.
 
VA3NR   SOAB(A) HP   333,5372005-10-30 17:25:51
Spent more hours at the rig than I planned because I was having more fun than
expected. Started out with a 120 QSO hour on 75m, which is probably my personal
best phone rate. Had another 100+ hour Sat night operating split on 40m.
Thanks to all who called in.

Mostly I was evaluating strategies for a bigger effort in the CW WW. Hoping to
set a new personal best rate in the CW test so if you hear me trying to whip up
a CW run please give me a call.

Tnx & 73, Chris VA3NR

[Mark-V field, AL-811 400watts, HF6V vertical]

CBS:
Callsign: VA3NR
Category: SINGLE-OP-ASSISTED ALL HIGH SSB
Contest: CQ-WW-SSB
Operators: VA3NR

-------------- Q S O R a t e S u m m a r y --------------
Hour 160 80 40 20 15 10 Total Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------
0000 0 120 0 0 0 0 120 16.6
0100 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.1
0200 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0.1
0300 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0.1
0400 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1000 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0.3
1100 0 68 9 0 0 0 77 10.7
1200 0 0 27 2 1 0 30 4.2
1300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1400 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1800 0 0 0 0 11 0 11 1.5
1900 0 0 0 0 10 7 17 2.4
2000 0 0 0 28 4 2 34 4.7
2100 0 0 0 12 9 3 24 3.3
2200 0 5 3 11 1 0 20 2.8
2300 3 13 0 2 0 0 18 2.5
0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0200 1 0 58 0 0 0 59 8.2
0300 0 0 101 0 0 0 101 14.0
0400 1 1 47 0 0 0 49 6.8
0500 6 9 2 1 0 0 18 2.5
0600 0 0 4 1 0 0 5 0.7
0700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1400 0 0 0 32 0 0 32 4.4
1500 0 0 0 4 22 0 26 3.6
1600 0 0 0 5 0 0 5 0.7
1700 0 0 0 6 29 0 35 4.9
1800 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.1
1900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
2000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
2100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
2200 0 1 2 3 12 0 18 2.5
2300 0 0 5 2 0 0 7 1.0
------------------------------------------------------
Total 11 221 259 109 100 12 712

Gross QSO's=721 Dupes=9 Net QSO's=712

Unique callsigns worked = 587

The best 60 minute rate was 122/hour from 0240 to 0339
The best 30 minute rate was 156/hour from 0239 to 0308
The best 10 minute rate was 204/hour from 0045 to 0054

The best 1 minute rates were:
6 QSO's/minute 2 times.
5 QSO's/minute 10 times.
4 QSO's/minute 21 times.
3 QSO's/minute 38 times.
2 QSO's/minute 94 times.
1 QSO's/minute 264 times.

There were 41 bandchanges and 1 probable 2nd radio QSO's.

Number of letters in callsigns
Letters # worked
-----------------
3 7
4 421
5 191
6 80
7 5
8 3
9 4
10 1

------------ M u l t i p l i e r S u m m a r y ------------
Mult 160 80 40 20 15 10 Total Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------
5 10 126 122 11 3 0 272 37.7
4 1 75 87 8 5 0 176 24.4
3 0 11 17 6 15 0 49 6.8
8 0 2 9 15 14 6 46 6.4
14 0 1 3 17 19 0 40 5.5
15 0 0 3 19 7 0 29 4.0
9 0 1 5 8 4 2 20 2.8
11 0 0 2 3 11 0 16 2.2
13 0 0 0 2 5 3 10 1.4
7 0 0 1 6 1 1 9 1.2
6 0 0 1 2 5 0 8 1.1
33 0 0 2 1 4 0 7 1.0
2 0 1 1 2 0 0 4 0.6
16 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 0.6
04 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 0.4
05 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 0.4
31 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 0.4
03 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 0.4
20 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0.4
40 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0.3
38 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.1
36 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.1
35 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.1
12 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.1
10 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.1
------------------------------------------------------
Total 11 221 259 109 100 12 712

Multi-band QSO's
----------------
1 bands 502
2 bands 57
3 bands 19
4 bands 6
5 bands 3
6 bands 0

----- S i n g l e B a n d Q S O ' s -----
Band 160 80 40 20 15 10
----------------------------------------------
QSOs 5 169 194 67 64 3
 
NS3T   SOAB(A) LP   75,2072005-10-30 17:31:59
Every year I forget just how rough this contest is for a little pistol
contest station. I never even got a "QRZ?" out of a European station
on 40 meters. Things were so ugly on 40/80/160 on Saturday evening that
I called CQ for the hell of it on 20, and made a dozen contacts only
with US stations. It wasn't worth any points, but at least I was
contacting SOMEONE.

I added three new countries on phone and one new DXCC, that being
Armenia.

Four weeks to go until the CW version - and lots of antenna work to do.
Glad I could throw a few points to the serious contesters this weekend.

73 Jamie NS3T
 
PJ4W   M/S HP   13,538,7002005-10-30 17:37:35
 
KU5S   SOAB(A) HP   197,1842005-10-30 17:45:33
Watching the DX cluster while doing S & P is interesting. Approximately 7 of 10
times I find a station to work it appears on the cluster while I'm in the pile,
just before I call on just after. ;)

Tools used during the contest:
Force 12 C-4S @ 110 ft. - force12inc.com
80m dipole - Force 12 Sigma 180S
TenTec Jupiter - www.tentec.com
Jupiter control software - www.callsignsoftware.com
WriteLog
WinCAP Wizard
 
CX9AU   SOSB/20 LP   137,0602005-10-30 17:53:03
Continent Statistics
CX9AU CQ WORLD WIDE DX CONTEST Single Operator 30 Oct 2005 2359z

160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL percent

SSB
North America SSB 0 0 0 276 0 0 276 60.0
South America SSB 0 0 0 62 0 0 62 13.5
Europe SSB 0 0 0 68 0 0 68 14.8
Asia SSB 0 0 0 38 0 0 38 8.3
Africa SSB 0 0 0 8 0 0 8 1.7
Oceania SSB 0 0 0 8 0 0 8 1.7

 
VE6WZ   SOSB/80 HP   79,9682005-10-30 17:53:19
Highlight was 5U7JB picking me out of the east-coast pile-up for a new one on
80m. Great ears from ES5TV. Was nice when VP8DIA answered my CQ too !!
Slept in after falling asleep and missed most of the opening on Sunday morning.
Some good long path signals from OK2RZ, OH5LX, SN3A, SM0W and others...also
copied Bert SM6GZ LP...all about 2 hrs after SR.

Thanks for everyone who called me.

1 KW, FT-1000d, 2 el Yagi at 32m

73, steve ve6wz.
 
N8BJQ   SOAB(A) HP   1,404,4502005-10-30 18:09:11
High bands were not too bad. Low bands were very noisy here. Mostly S&P except
for an hour or so on 15 on Sunday AM. Nice to work some DX above 7150. Tnx to
8P9R, FS/AH8DX, WP2Z and V26B for 6 bands.
 
KD5OWO   SOAB LP   13,7972005-10-30 18:09:22
START-OF-LOG: 2.0
ARRL-SECTION: NTX
CONTEST: CQ-WW-SSB
CALLSIGN: KD5OWO
CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP ALL LOW
CLAIMED-SCORE: 13797
OPERATORS: KD5OWO
CLUB: Worldwide Young Contesters
CREATED-BY: JL 1.0
NAME: Steve Anness
ADDRESS: P.O. Box 98
ADDRESS: Eddy, TX
ADDRESS: USA
SOAPBOX: Score wasn't as high I as I would have liked. But then again I scored
higher than last year. Hopefully next year that score will be twice the amount.
It was fun though!
QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 0002 KD5OWO 59 04 P40W 59 09

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 0002 KD5OWO 59 04 W0AIH 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 0015 KD5OWO 59 04 VE6WQ 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 0017 KD5OWO 59 04 NK7U 59 03

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 0019 KD5OWO 59 04 VE6AO 59 04

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-29 0038 KD5OWO 59 04 OK1RI 59 15

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-29 0049 KD5OWO 59 04 W4WS 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1745 KD5OWO 59 04 K3LR 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1746 KD5OWO 59 04 K8AZ 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1747 KD5OWO 59 04 K8MN 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1751 KD5OWO 59 04 N0STL 59 05

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1757 KD5OWO 59 04 TI5N 59 07

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1758 KD5OWO 59 04 VP5T 59 08

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1759 KD5OWO 59 04 P40W 59 09

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1805 KD5OWO 59 04 6Y2Z 59 08

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1811 KD5OWO 59 04 VP5DX 59 08

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1814 KD5OWO 59 04 CX3BFZ 59 12

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1826 KD5OWO 59 04 XE2K 59 06

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1828 KD5OWO 59 04 XE1L 59 06

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1830 KD5OWO 59 04 W3LPL 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1838 KD5OWO 59 04 K7ZZ 59 03

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1840 KD5OWO 59 04 W9RE 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1843 KD5OWO 59 04 VE7IG 59 03

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1845 KD5OWO 59 04 K9SG 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1849 KD5OWO 59 04 KH7X 59 31

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 1852 KD5OWO 59 04 KT0R 59 04

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1904 KD5OWO 59 04 K1TTT 59 05

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1909 KD5OWO 59 04 PX5E 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1947 KD5OWO 59 04 ZY7C 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1948 KD5OWO 59 04 VA7AM 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1952 KD5OWO 59 04 8P9R 59 08

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1957 KD5OWO 59 04 VE6FI 59 04

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2007 KD5OWO 59 04 V26B 59 08

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2010 KD5OWO 59 04 PS8FAL 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2012 KD5OWO 59 04 HI3NR 59 08

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2015 KD5OWO 59 04 VE7SV 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2018 KD5OWO 59 04 K7ZSD 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2018 KD5OWO 59 04 HQ9R 59 07

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2019 KD5OWO 59 04 N7BV 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2020 KD5OWO 59 04 NK7U 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2021 KD5OWO 59 04 K7RL 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2022 KD5OWO 59 04 KU2M 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2024 KD5OWO 59 04 NQ4I 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2025 KD5OWO 59 04 VE3EJ 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2026 KD5OWO 59 04 VC3O 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2027 KD5OWO 59 04 N3RS 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2029 KD5OWO 59 04 K2XA 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2030 KD5OWO 59 04 N0NI 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2043 KD5OWO 59 04 VA3SK 59 04

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2048 KD5OWO 59 04 VE7FO 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2050 KD5OWO 59 04 VE7GL 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2056 KD5OWO 59 04 PJ2T 59 09

QSO: 28000 PH 2005-10-29 2100 KD5OWO 59 04 PJ2T 59 09

QSO: 28000 PH 2005-10-29 2109 KD5OWO 59 04 LU6ETB 59 13

QSO: 28000 PH 2005-10-29 2110 KD5OWO 59 04 LT2H 59 13

QSO: 28000 PH 2005-10-29 2113 KD5OWO 59 04 LW7HT 59 13

QSO: 28000 PH 2005-10-29 2123 KD5OWO 59 04 LU1HF 59 13

QSO: 28000 PH 2005-10-29 2124 KD5OWO 59 04 LU6EF 59 13

QSO: 28000 PH 2005-10-29 2125 KD5OWO 59 04 WP2Z 59 08

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2132 KD5OWO 59 04 VE7GL 59 03

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2235 KD5OWO 59 04 KR4M 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2237 KD5OWO 59 04 VE7SV 59 03

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2310 KD5OWO 59 04 PJ4W 59 09

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2337 KD5OWO 59 04 LU8VCC 59 13

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2341 KD5OWO 59 04 KG4WW 59 08

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2344 KD5OWO 59 04 VE5UA 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-29 2345 KD5OWO 59 04 JA7YRR 59 25

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0021 KD5OWO 59 04 GW4BLE 59 14

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0055 KD5OWO 59 04 IR4X 59 15

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0057 KD5OWO 59 04 J7DM 59 08

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0127 KD5OWO 59 04 OK5W 59 15

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0128 KD5OWO 59 04 CT9L 59 33

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0140 KD5OWO 59 04 VE7SV 59 03

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0147 KD5OWO 59 04 S50A 59 15

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0150 KD5OWO 59 04 VE6FI 59 04

QSO: 7000 PH 2005-10-30 0206 KD5OWO 59 04 VE1JF 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 1754 KD5OWO 59 04 OH6KN 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1800 KD5OWO 59 04 P49Y 59 09

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1803 KD5OWO 59 04 PJ4W 59 09

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1806 KD5OWO 59 04 HC1JQ 59 10

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1814 KD5OWO 59 04 P40A 59 09

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1833 KD5OWO 59 04 VE5UA 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 1844 KD5OWO 59 04 OM7M 59 15

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 1858 KD5OWO 59 04 9A1P 59 15

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 1904 KD5OWO 59 04 EI7M 59 14

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 1908 KD5OWO 59 04 DL2ARD 59 14

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 1952 KD5OWO 59 04 M6T 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2014 KD5OWO 59 04 ZX2B 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2017 KD5OWO 59 04 PS2T 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2021 KD5OWO 59 04 CO8LY 59 08

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2022 KD5OWO 59 04 J3A 59 08

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2032 KD5OWO 59 04 VE6CNU 59 04

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2038 KD5OWO 59 04 VE3JAQ 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 2040 KD5OWO 59 04 VE3RM 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 2155 KD5OWO 59 04 VE6EX 59 04

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 2159 KD5OWO 59 04 VY2TT 59 05

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 2210 KD5OWO 59 04 XE1MM 59 06

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 2213 KD5OWO 59 04 4A1UN 59 06

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 2215 KD5OWO 59 04 VE7IN 59 03

QSO: 14000 PH 2005-10-30 2219 KD5OWO 59 04 8P9R 59 08

END-OF-LOG:
 
WØAH   SOSB/20 LP   243,1762005-10-30 18:11:46
This was a lot of fun and possibly my last CQWW from this QTH because we are
selling the house and moving to upstate SC sometime fairly soon. I'll be there
in a small RV with a Hytower for the CQWW CW. Thought 20M conditions were good,
especially Saturday night and Sunday. Made 11 contacts on lower bands (not
included above) after 20 closed Friday evening, hoping to work Africa and Asia
on 160M. No luck with that. Each year I try to operate several contests pretty
seriously, usually one of the SS, one of the WW, and the ARRL 160M. As an old
(just turned 65)competitive, goal-oriented marathon runner, I've learned to
focus pretty well even as my short term memory and contesting skills decline.
For these serius contest efforts, I post past years top 5 results and the all
time record next to my computer. This helps to motivate me when the going gets
tough! The all time 20M SO LP record was by K1VUT in 1993. K1VUT's 1993 score-
255,000 638 30 112
Late Suday morning, I thought I might have a chance at bettering that record,
but Sunday afternoon was awful. I missed about two hours due to S9 snow static
and lightning. My log shows two half hours off when I just couldn't hear
anything! Even Sunday morning, when conditions to Europe were very good, I had
no luck running Europe. Nada. Not one station from Europe replied to my CQs
during about six 5 minute tries, but had many replies from USA! It was great to
hear the Grand Mesa gang and my neighbor KA0CT operating this contest!
Rig- JST-245 with W2IHY audio keyer
Antenna- 3 el wide spaced monobander at 92' (about 200' HAAT)
CU in the SS CW next weekend from this QTH. I'll be running QRP.
Doug W0AH
 
NX9T   SOAB HP   225,9482005-10-30 18:24:24
I was only able to operate a couple of hours...so tried to hit it when I could.
Wound up being on a couple hours late at night and a couple hours late
morning/noonish. That was about it. 20M sure was full up! 73 and thanks to
all! 73, Jeff NX9T
www.qsl.net/nx9t
 
W3UA   M/S HP   3,698,7302005-10-30 18:27:24
Many firsts: first WW from this QTH, first M/S, first QSOs on 160 (finished 160
meter antenna two hours before the test). A lot of things to learn. Second
(mult) position was barefoot. Missed a LOT of mults... But fun anyway. 40 meters
is VERY different comparing to my UA3-land experience. Missing JA pile-ups on 15
meters from my Russian past. But EU are 3 points - WOW! Looking forward to play
in CQ WW CW, Single op that time. Thanks to George, NU3C/RN3AC for all his help
both with antenna and pile-up work.
 
W1EBI   SOAB(A) HP   725,2652005-10-30 18:39:28
Had outside commitments on Saturday and Sunday, had to QRT by 4pm both days.
Pretty fair contest given the time I had to be in the chair. It's still tough
to run in a phone contest without "big boy" antennas. Thanks for the Q's, and
see you in CQWW CW!

George W1EBI
 
WB1DX   SOAB(A) LP   1,478,8402005-10-30 18:41:45
My second CQWW SSB contest. Improved my raw score over last year by about 27.5%
or 319,549 points. The difference this time was more experience, a 4 element
SteppIR that replaced the log periodic, and the 40,80,160 meter antenna now
strung between some trees rather than in an inverted vee postion. 40 played much
better (doubled my rate), but like last year suffered big-time on 80, 160.

Missed two hours on Sunday during prime EU opening. Station felt strong in most
directions. The SteppIR was a nice improvement to the setup for sure. Heard lots
of YCCC members doing their thing for the club.

Yaesu FT-1000D
N1MM logger
4-Element SteppIR at 45'
40,80,160 loaded dipole at 60'
 
KS2G   SOSB(A)/15 LP   50,3002005-10-30 18:43:07
Surpringly good conditions considering the SFI, etc.
 
N3MX   SOAB(A) HP   1,175,8802005-10-30 18:46:39
This turned out to be a fun contest despite numerous problems. Had a
power distribution panel act up on me, RF kept knocking my cable
modem off the net, computer glitches, and my 160/80 meter antenna came
down on me Saturday night in some high winds. I was able to resolve
all problems during the contest at the expense of some points. First
time I had to repair an antenna during a contest! Despite Murphy's
visit to my shack I still managed to break a million points and have
alot of fun. See you in November... 73 Steve
 
ZL3TE(W3SE)   SOSB(A)/15 HP   195,7442005-10-30 18:50:55
I had debated quite a while about getting on this year, due to Condx, and
several other pending items to work on, one, an up coming trip which will take
me through 9M2, to the Asia Pacific DX Convention in Osaka in two weeks
http://apdxc.org . Decided at the last minute to participate, and as always,
glad I did!

Things started off well, but then slowed way down that's when I decided to
monitor the cluster. Started on 15 then a few hours later went to 20 it was
slow there for an hour or so, then worked one DL on 40... I saw a bunch of EU
spots on 15 so went back there.. WOW!!! 15 wide open after my SS, sat there for
next few hours working EU and NA.

A quick re-think, and consulting with W6ELProp, showed the best condx from here,
will be 15 and most Q's coming from NA and JA, and at 3 points a pop, why not
stay on 15. I have already spent about 10 hours on the band already, so I
stayed and set a goal.. get as many Q's as possible!

The cluster spots did not bring me as much as I would have hoped, since
propogation is so radically different down here, but, it brought a few. The SUB
rcvr in the 1000MP got a good work out.

Very entertaining to watch the K1TTT Crew hard at work, Heard some Great Sigs
on the bands, it's always interesting to hear Jim, CN2R, on 40m a solid S9 3
hours before my sunset! Worked many NA stations well after their local SS with
good signals.

Thanks for the Q's and mults.

My appologies to those that wanted a QSY to other bands for the Z32 Mult.

Wes W3SE/ZL3TE
 
AI4MK(@WJ9B)   SOAB LP   370,2252005-10-30 18:51:43
Rig 1-Yaesu FT1000MP
Rig 2-Kenwood TS570S

10m-Hygain 10-5CA @ 67'
15m-M2 15M6 @ 112'
20m-M2 20M4 @ 90'
40m-Cushcraft 40-2CD @ 57'
75m-One element from Will's 4-square (cut for CW, used autotuner for SSB)
160m-Inverted Vee fed w/ladder line @ 88'

All yagis on a single rotatable 115' tower.

My thanks to Will WJ9B for his kind hospitality. He took a last-minute request
from me for a station graciously and allowed me to invade his house for the
weekend. He even put me up in his spare bedroom...now who can ask for more
hospitality than that!

Long summary follows...I always find these fascinating reading.



Will has a FB station that really plays well, particularly on 15m. The fact that
his antennas are all cut for the low portions of the CW band meant a few
compromises, but they really only came out on the low bands, where Will has a
four square on 80m that's unusable on 75m without a significant re-engineering.
The only equipment failure directly attributable to operating outside the
antennas' designed bandwidth were two capacitors in Will's Dunestar bandpass
filter for the MP. We discovered that 20m was deaf on the MP before the contest
started, and I just ran without it. No problem barefoot.

The big story for me in the contest, and the reason I felt my score wasn't as
good as it could have been, was my difficulty in getting a run going on any
band. Every time I tried, I'd work a few EU, then start working all stateside. I
made a rule that after I worked six people consecutively who were plainly not in
the contest, at least not seriously, I'd start to S&P again, where at least I
was making some points for myself. The problem was more pronounced on 20m, where
I seemed to be the focal point for people who easily confused my call (I wonder
how many times I4MK will show up in logs this year), and people who
needed/wanted the zone 5 mult from inside the US. The first issue I'll take care
of when the FCC starts processing vanity applications again, the second was
probably my imagination as much as anything.

I did finally get a run going on Saturday afternoon on 15m, and really could
experiment with SO2R as it was intended to work then. I heard the 10m opening to
SA on the second radio, and managed to work a few in between working the main
radio. Unfortunately, since all the yagis are on the same tower, that meant
turning the tower as far north as I could to continue working Europe on the MP,
and calling SA off the back of the 10m beam with the 570. It actually worked
fairly well.

I was a little disappointed in the low bands, but after slogging it out on the
high bands all day, then moving to 40m split when 20m took a nosedive (much more
pronounced on Friday night, I think), I didn't have much enthusiasm left for 80m
and 160m. Interesting mults heard/not worked on 80m (perhaps with high power
<sigh>): JA, VK6, KH7, AH0, ZD8Z.

Overall, I'm very pleased with my first single-op effort in this contest, and
looking forward to SS SSB.

73,
Chris
AI4MK
 
KØUK   SOAB LP   46,4642005-10-30 18:53:31
Had a great elk and deer hunt. Could not put in any time in ssb..Had terrible
line noise due to rain and snow static and I think my neighbors electric fense.
Will see about that this next weekend..Did work J3A with N0KE operating on
20mtrs and N0VD Kelly on 15mtrs. J3A had a great signal on 15mtrs but 20mtrs to
Co. for me was some what weak...OK see you in CQ WW CW. PTL bill K0UK
 
K2SX   SOAB(A) HP   783,9602005-10-30 19:15:56
Nice to work a few Eus on 10 meters but there were a lot I could not hear with
my little vertical. But, the same was true on 15 and 20. Saw lots of JA spots
but necer heard a one. Same for all the HS0 stns. Still, it was a lot of fun
trying out some new software (n1mm) and trying to see what it could do (more
than I knew what to do with).
 
KT1V   SOSB/160 HP   29,1802005-10-30 19:21:24
I really did go out with a flashlight to check the antenna the first night!
Nothing wrong, just 160 phone.

Amazed to work a GJ3 about 90 minutes after his sunrise!

I need to be louder - I hear pretty well. The guys with directive arrays were
just blowing away my single wire. It's not so obvious in CW, but in SSB it sure
is.

Also a few other Qs on other bands for the club score, and a few very enjoyable

hours at the K1RX M/M as well.

OK, no more phone on 160 for me, I've done a SB160 SSB each of the last three
years. I've repented enough for future sins . . .
 
N4CC   SOSB(A)/40 HP   110,9702005-10-30 19:39:55
Casual, part time effort -- mostly search and pounce. Thanks to JT1JA for QSO
to complete 40 M SSB WAZ! First time I have ever heard zone 23 on 40 meter SSB.
Great LP openings in the morning...Hope all had fun. 73 de Greg-N4CC
Rig: FT-1000D, Alpha 77Dx, M2 full size 4 el yagi up 43 meters.
 
N3CA(@WX3B)   M/M HP   3,071,8142005-10-30 19:59:36
Wow, what a fun weekend! Propagation wasn't the greatest, but we had lots of fun
pouncing on spots and running stations. 15m was very exciting and the stations
were booming. 10m had a few nice openings. Thanks again WX3B for the use of your
station for the operation. Highlights of the contest include working Asia on 15
and 20, running western Europe before their sunset on 15m, and listening to the
other operators joke about how they're working DXCC for me!

Glad to work everyone and see you in the next contest,
Mike N3CA
 
K3CR(LZ4AX)   SOAB HP   4,700,0002005-10-30 20:15:08
Just wondering if I can sleep for straight 48 hours now ...
 
W6RCL   SOAB LP   43,8482005-10-30 20:26:05
Small effort. Prop surprisingly good.
73 de alan
 
NJ7I   SOAB(A) LP   127,5922005-10-30 20:28:23
IC-746Pro, 3 el SteppIR at 65 ft, Inv-V for 40, 80, 160
 
EY8MM   SOSB/40 HP   746,8342005-10-30 20:41:01
40 m is very hard due to limited band. Sometimes almost impossible to RX anyone
under strong EU signals. From 7000 to 7100 S-meter never goes lower than 59+20
when EU was open.

Due to some reasons did not operated about 5 hrs of darkness but satisfied with
my score. It is not easy to be so far from EU and US and claim serious result
from center of Asian continent. But it was really good experience! Thank you
Willy UA9AYA (UA9BA) and Fedor UK9AA for Zone 17 competition and congrats to
Willy for incredible score!

Great signals to note is ZD8Z, 6Y2Z, 8Q7EA, A61AR, XQ6ET, CN2R, EA9LZ, FY5KE,
JW5E, VQ9X, T6X AND MANY MANY OTHERS!

Special thanks for Yuri VE2IM (VE3DZ) for zone 2 MULT just before end of the
contest.

Equipment used:

IC775DSP
900 KW home made PA
Stack Match II
Write Log
MicroKeyer

3 elementa yagi @ 30 m
2 el Quad @ 20 m (installed few hours before contest)

Great contest! And CU on CW part!

73! Nodir EY8MM

http://www.qsl.net/ey8mm
 
VE7GL   M/S HP   3,069,7112005-10-30 20:49:14
Rotten conditions except for some good openings on 20M Sunday morning to Europe.
40M openings were there but many of the European stations could not hear us
despite being S9+ on this end. From past experience I suspect their receivers
were being overloaded and IMD was a problem. External pass band filters work
wonders guys.

Looking forward to the CW portion!

Dale VE7GL
http://ve7gl.reboot.bc.ca
 
VE6JY   SOSB/80 HP   18,0562005-10-30 20:51:58
casual, mostly s&p effort between hosting other 40 and 20m single band efforts
out here. Decent Eu SP conditions, but no LP noted up here. SM0W had the best
signal both nights with SN3A and CU2B also close at times.

73 Don VE6JY
ICOM 756PROIII, Henry amp, 4 el yagi at 46 m.
 
K6IPV   SOSB(A)/15 LP   43,3452005-10-30 20:56:58
Conditions were such that I was able to get two good night's sleep. When the
band WAS open, it was pretty darn active but the second day gave few new ones
other than the predictable JAs!

When we start up the other side of the cycle, the experience I gained in this
test will pay off with ever bigger scores. It was fun.

I hope all the contesters, big guns or little pistols, have the joy of having
a wife who supports our hobby and helps keep us fed at the operating position!
 
VE6WQ(@VE6JY)   SOSB/20 HP   1,170,9282005-10-30 20:58:02
extremely slow first 10 hours (only 100 Q's) but pretty good after that.
 
K3LR   M/M HP   17,534,4542005-10-30 21:14:15
Congrats to the KC1XX and W3LPL teams. These guys are the best of the best!
Outstanding!

We had a very talented team of contestmen at K3LR this time. What a super
crew!
Outstanding performances on all bands! Everyone's butt was in the chair for long
hours. We had an amazing time!

For K3LR station description, pictures and details, please see the K3LR web
page:
http://www.k3lr.com

We are very excited about the upcoming CQWW CW contest!

See you then!

Very 73,
Tim K3LR

k3lr@k3lr.com
http://www.k3lr.com

BAND QSO QSO PTS PTS/QSO ZONES COUNTRIES OPs
160 354 543 1.53 18 66 N2NC
80 941 2360 2.51 27 97 K5GO W9ZRX K3LR
40 1176 3060 2.60 35 126 W2RQ K8GL W8JV
20 3220 9131 2.84 40 169 N9RV N2NT
15 2071 5736 2.77 34 139 K3UA N5DX N3SD
10 301 632 2.10 18 48 N3GJ VE2DWA
---------------------------------------------------

Totals 8063 21462 2.66 172 645 => 17,534,454


Continent Statistics
K3LR CQ WORLD WIDE DX CONTEST Multi Multi 30 Oct 2005 2359z

160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL percent

North America 235 396 293 345 288 121 1678 20.0
South America 11 21 26 150 111 148 467 5.6
Europe 98 529 814 2426 1596 19 5482 65.4
Asia 0 7 43 297 46 0 393 4.7
Africa 7 14 21 68 49 15 174 2.1
Oceania 6 25 29 81 42 0 183 2.2


HOUR 160 80 40 20 15 10 HR TOT CUM TOT

0 22/25 24/26 44/42 54/35 21/18 11/6 176/152 176/152
1 26/13 59/15 47/31 56/16 9/0 10/3 207/78 383/230
2 44/8 66/10 45/11 25/3 2/0 1/1 183/33 566/263
3 13/4 49/11 57/5 24/1 . . 143/21 709/284
4 47/4 53/14 33/8 17/6 . . 150/32 859/316
5 21/0 51/11 35/6 11/0 . . 118/17 977/333
6 22/6 45/2 26/4 11/2 . . 104/14 1081/347
7 10/2 27/10 33/6 12/4 . . 82/22 1163/369
8 12/0 16/9 30/2 1/1 ..... ..... 59/12 1222/381
9 6/3 17/4 58/1 5/3 . . 86/11 1308/392
10 9/0 22/1 11/0 12/7 3/6 . 57/14 1365/406
11 1/2 31/0 8/6 144/29 31/24 . 215/61 1580/467
12 . 7/0 9/5 232/19 147/34 5/2 400/60 1980/527
13 . 15/0 4/0 191/10 227/22 1/0 438/32 2418/559
14 . 19/0 2/0 169/7 184/12 10/9 384/28 2802/587
15 . 10/0 7/0 157/5 158/10 11/6 343/21 3145/608
16 ..... 9/0 3/0 185/2 105/8 5/0 307/10 3452/618
17 . 8/0 5/0 128/13 112/8 3/2 256/23 3708/641
18 . 8/0 3/0 120/4 42/2 22/2 195/8 3903/649
19 . 8/0 10/0 113/2 59/3 38/10 228/15 4131/664
20 . 13/0 16/0 80/5 34/3 35/5 178/13 4309/677
21 . 9/0 35/1 79/1 29/7 17/2 169/11 4478/688
22 1/0 14/1 22/5 66/8 15/2 4/0 122/16 4600/704
23 9/1 18/1 74/3 52/7 5/0 . 158/12 4758/716
0 18/4 10/0 33/3 27/2 2/0 3/0 93/9 4851/725
1 4/3 28/1 48/2 10/0 3/0 . 93/6 4944/731
2 6/2 25/2 35/1 7/0 . . 73/5 5017/736
3 9/2 12/0 25/0 15/1 . . 61/3 5078/739
4 2/0 30/0 26/0 8/1 . . 66/1 5144/740
5 3/0 31/0 33/2 3/0 . . 70/2 5214/742
6 14/2 24/0 35/2 8/0 . . 81/4 5295/746
7 14/0 18/1 44/0 9/0 . . 85/1 5380/747
8 3/0 11/0 59/1 8/0 ..... ..... 81/1 5461/748
9 4/0 5/0 33/0 5/1 . . 47/1 5508/749
10 9/2 7/0 27/3 . . . 43/5 5551/754
11 19/1 4/2 8/7 33/1 1/1 . 65/12 5616/766
12 . 16/2 14/4 141/3 107/3 1/0 279/12 5895/778
13 . 8/0 3/0 129/0 189/2 22/10 351/12 6246/790
14 . 7/0 4/0 110/0 133/2 5/0 259/2 6505/792
15 . 5/0 13/0 72/1 147/1 3/1 240/3 6745/795
16 ..... 7/0 8/0 123/0 103/2 10/0 251/2 6996/797
17 . 6/0 9/0 126/1 61/0 6/0 208/1 7204/798
18 . 16/0 6/0 109/1 40/1 40/1 211/3 7415/801
19 . 16/0 13/0 124/1 25/1 15/1 193/3 7608/804
20 . 13/0 11/0 80/3 27/0 13/4 144/7 7752/811
21 . 10/0 9/0 42/2 15/0 8/1 84/3 7836/814
22 2/0 10/0 19/0 39/1 30/1 2/0 102/2 7938/816
23 4/0 24/1 44/0 48/0 5/0 . 125/1 8063/817
DAY1 243/68 598/115 617/136 1944/190 1183/159 173/48 ..... 4758/716
DAY2 111/16 343/9 559/25 1276/19 888/14 128/18 . 3305/101
TOT 354/84 941/124 1176/161 3220/209 2071/173 301/66 . 8063/817


QSO Counts By Band-Country (10 or more on any band)

K3LR CQ WORLD WIDE DX CONTEST Multi Multi 30 Oct 2005 2359z

PRFX 160 80 40 20 15 10


4X 1 8 15 5

9A 1 10 14 22 30

CE 1 2 1 10 7 13

CT 4 7 13 16 2

CX 1 1 8 4 17

DL 7 100 80 387 217 1

EA 3 27 56 101 120 13

EI 1 4 8 22 23

EU 2 1 12 1

F 6 28 40 143 98 1

G 15 63 148 298 219

GI 2 6 10 29 14

GM 5 9 17 52 45

GW 2 7 18 31 27

HA 4 6 11 28 30

HB 6 15 30 17

I 2 33 77 195 132

IT9 1 2 6 13 16

JA 3 12 133 23

K 142 49 93 101 103 75

LA 1 5 7 20 11

LU 5 4 49 34 63

LY 3 6 2 15 8

LZ 1 6 8 18 18

OE 3 7 9 40 26

OH 2 13 11 56 28

OK 3 34 24 71 47

OM 2 6 6 19 11

ON 4 11 35 87 41

OZ 3 5 7 23 13

PA 6 14 23 81 46

PY 1 3 8 41 39 36

S5 4 14 15 41 32

SM 3 14 8 54 30

SP 2 22 38 112 38

SV 3 7 17 19

UA 10 26 190 55

UA9 5 81 4

UN 1 12 1

UR 1 13 15 72 50

VE 65 316 162 154 105 12

VK 6 12 13 29 9

XE 4 6 7 13 21 1

YO 2 9 19 27

YU 2 7 10 30 22

YV 3 2 2 11 3 4

ZL 6 7 28 13

ZS 5 30 14 6
 
KH6GMP   M/S HP   1,024,3202005-10-30 21:29:18
Great to have another operator to share the hours. Ira, K2RD, was visiting
Hawaii so it worked out perfect, super good op. Thanks to everyone for hearing
us.

ALOHA
 
NØIJ   SOAB HP   867,3002005-10-30 22:10:20
Surprised how well 15 and 20 turned out. Gld to have any Q's on 10! Go MWA.
 
WØAIH   M/M HP   2,990,7992005-10-30 22:13:12
http://www.qth.com/w0aih/
 
K7HBN   SOAB LP   150,3252005-10-30 22:27:31
I was surprised to work anything on 10, and the JA's and EA's on 15 helped a
lot. I noticed 20 was more crowded this year. I had a bad cold, so a couple of
.wav files did most of the work. Hope we have similar conditions for CW.
 
W4KW   SOAB HP   1,122,1902005-10-30 22:52:15
CERTAINLY COULD HAVE USED BETTER AND LONGER OPENINGS ON 10, BUT ACTUALLY BETTER
THAN EXPECTED. I HAD FUN AND HOPE OTHERS DID ALSO.

THANKS TO ALL THE D X AND STATE SIDE FOR Q'S AND PATIENCE

BERT
 
N6HC   SOAB HP   513,9282005-10-30 23:02:47
Just a part-time effort to get the cobwebs out of the station. It was fun to
hear 15 meters open worldwide. Thanks to all the DX stations that pulled my
call out of the ether.
73 Arnie N6HC
 
OH2BP   SOSB/10 HP   32,2642005-10-30 23:03:21
For a while on SSB, 73 to all my RTTY'er friends !
Kari OH2BP (SO2R RTTY Contest Station)
 
DL3EBX   SOAB HP   40,2002005-10-31 00:04:17
Only 3,5 hours operating time on sunday evening.
But had a lot of fun.

Tnx, Frank (DL3EBX)
 
N6QQ(@W6KGS)   SOAB(A) HP   503,6082005-10-31 01:07:54
20m to Eu. was great - lots of good pile-ups.

But score was down from last year by 25% - due the lost of 10 meter activity.

The one station I needed was VK9XD - never heard him.

John, N6QQ
 
NQ4I   M/M HP   9,600,0002005-10-31 01:16:08
Best ever on 160m..used DXEngineering Rcving 4 SQ in addition to beverages...we
listened to 20m and 15 openings in NE US running EU and we were like in the
"dark hole"...we also did not get the 30 minute Sat opening to EU...still we had
a great time..food was excellent. The Receiving 4 Sq has excellent potential for
same band listening with a lot less interference. Already aiming for CQWW CW de
Rick
 
IR4M(IK4MGP)   SOSB/80 HP   321,7922005-10-31 01:17:37
As usual a good contest.
Good condition both days, with an early opening on sunday evening.
A lot of QSOs with Europeans, specially from DL, thank you to all!
For next CW part, we will be M/S, cu!

Fulvio, IK4MGP

Yaesu FT1000mp MV (without roofing filter!) + Amp.
Vertical 1/4 with elevated radials + beverages.
 
VK4AN   SOSB/15 HP   343,4762005-10-31 01:32:35
"If only", pretty well says it all!! Nice to be back on the serious contest
scene. Been doing this contest on-off since 1960
(K5COU-KX6BU-K6CAA-KH6GLU-3D2XX-C21XX-VK8XX-and others!)! Modest station:
IC746, Drake L4B, 6-el Log-periodic, diamond-loops for 80-40m. N1MM logging
program crashed several times causing lost QSO time. No interenet access at
contest site, so "did it the hard way!" Was considering an all-band entry, but,
on reflection, thought a single-band 15m entry was my best shot for competition.
Had a noise problem, so couldn't hear the weak callers...then, after the
contest, found out the problem was my laptop monitor-screen! Moved it futher
from the rig and no more problem! Oh well...there's always the CW weekend!
 
LX6T(LX1KC)   SOSB/40 HP   317,7032005-10-31 01:36:15
This was my 4th time on 40 meters, Condx were not as good as last year, JA is
realy a problem from here with my vertical array, worked only 6 JA's compared
with 283 w/ve's, if we could move the contest to december or january i could
worked JA's on longpath ? (just a joke !), the northeast is not working to well
from my station
The new band allocation i LX (7100 - 7200) just in time for the contest
See you next year
73 s de Chris LX1KC / LX6T /EI2JQ

Station
FT1000MP MarkV Field
HC 5 Heil mircophone
Challenger II Amplifier
Antennas:
2 element vertical array with 150 radials (east - west)
1 elevated vertical with a single radial 2 meters above ground for JA
 
ON5KQ   SOSB(A)/40 LP   101,2772005-10-31 02:16:59
Thanks for all, who gave me a report !
The contest starts with a big frustration just 1 hour before the contest, as the
brand new, homebrew amplifier went is self isolation and caused a serious damage
! What a pain... Because I could not immediately repair it, I decided to start
in LP category, which is in SSB on 40m only a torture...

After the first night of 50% working contest with barefoot and 50% soldering the
damaged components, my motivation was really declined (hi) and I went for a
sleep. When I awake at 16h local time, I decided to forget the contest and start
talking to some local Ham friends to clearify how to repair the amplifier...
unfortunately I missed the component of the damaged relay finally and as shops
already closed, I concluded that for this contest there is NO AMP !!!
In fact I was not very motivated and only listend with a half ear to the
contest...
What a surprise, to find that DK9SQ was on travel here in Brugge. He is the
manufacturer of the 10m fiberpoles, which I used for my 40m 4square (see
www.qrz.com). I have never met him personally and contest-Murphy was compensated
by a nice eyeball QSO and a friendly visitor with lots of ham-talk...
Finally after some time off the station I went back to see, if there was really
still someone interested in my LP signal to copy in the QRM peaking S9+20...30dB
sometimes...

About midnight I really gave it up and went to sleep - without any clock to wake
me up again. When I awake is was almost 10h in the morning local time and I was
surprised to still hear the US-stations booming in ! I worked the last
US-station at 11:30h local time... amazing ! Never worked DX with 100wtts that
late !!!

I kept some time rag-chewing on 40m and then energy came back for a phantastic
final for the contest. I think the broken amplifier has completly demaged my
motivation until the last evening, when I realized, that I am probably a very
competive LP 40m station !
Could establish a great run to USA working split in the evening - thanks for
Zone 2 which indeed came through after some spots from US stations

As I missed all the easy DX-multies such as VK, ZL long pass etc. due to my
absense, I had to hunt the difficult ones: But they were coming - AH0, KH2, VU2,
9G1, ZD8, HZ, JT1, B1Z, etc... unbelievable. My log raised from nothing to
something really great ! In a few hours, I was back again and feeling the thrill
of serious contesting...

IN the end I am very very pleased about the result, as I know, that probably 70%
was made the last evening. If I would have worked really serious the whole
contest the score would have been amazing !

Thanks to several DX-station who ancouraged me to re-start the activity as they
report very good signals from my 100wtts station: CN2R, 9Y4W, K3LR, KC1XX and
other big guns...
Well, I will make sure to be back with at least 10db more power next time...

By the way, I used to be PA5AT, a member of the PI4COM contest team... some
people may know me under my old call. My aim is to make ON5KQ well known in the
contest world for good signals and good operation. Due to limited time and
missing maintainance menpower of the remote contest station I decided to focus
only on 40m, to at least have one band competitively equipped.

RIG: FT-1000MP barefoot
Ant: 4sqare with crossfire phasing 120degrees, see www.QRZ.com under my call.

Greetings, op Ulli, ON5KQ
(ex PA5AT, DF8MQ)

-----------------------------------------------------------
CQ WW SSB - 2005-10-29 0000Z to 2005-10-31 0000Z - 523 QSOs
ON5KQ - Off Times >= 30 Minutes

10-29-05 00:00:00Z - 10-29-05 00:52:12Z 52 mins
10-29-05 09:26:36Z - 10-29-05 14:52:29Z 326 mins
10-29-05 14:52:29Z - 10-29-05 16:15:57Z 83 mins
10-29-05 16:21:21Z - 10-29-05 17:04:42Z 43 mins
10-29-05 18:28:07Z - 10-29-05 19:06:52Z 39 mins
10-29-05 19:14:35Z - 10-29-05 20:36:40Z 82 mins
10-29-05 20:38:02Z - 10-29-05 21:17:45Z 40 mins
10-29-05 21:17:45Z - 10-29-05 22:06:24Z 49 mins
10-29-05 22:06:24Z - 10-29-05 23:50:12Z 104 mins
10-29-05 23:53:18Z - 10-30-05 06:03:13Z 370 mins
10-30-05 06:27:03Z - 10-30-05 07:55:05Z 88 mins
10-30-05 08:55:57Z - 10-30-05 10:40:08Z 104 mins
10-30-05 10:40:08Z - 10-30-05 11:30:14Z 50 mins
10-30-05 12:05:20Z - 10-30-05 13:50:22Z 105 mins
10-30-05 14:12:18Z - 10-30-05 15:25:48Z 74 mins
10-30-05 19:10:21Z - 10-30-05 19:42:22Z 32 mins

Total Time Off 27,35 hours
Total Time On 20,65 hours

-----------------------------------------------------

CountryPrefix Total ON5KQ
3V 1 1
4J 1 1
4X 1 1
5B 1 1
6Y 1 1
7X 1 1
8P 2 2
9A 4 4
9G 1 1
9K 1 1
9Y 1 1
A6 1 1
BY 1 1
CN 1 1
CT 1 1
CT3 2 2
CU 1 1
DL 66 66
EA 9 9
EA8 1 1
EA9 1 1
EI 1 1
EK 1 1
ES 7 7
EU 3 3
EX 1 1
EY 1 1
F 7 7
FJ 1 1
FM 2 2
FY 1 1
G 20 20
GD 1 1
GI 2 2
GM 4 4
GU 1 1
GW 2 2
HA 7 7
HB 2 2
HB0 1 1
HI 1 1
HZ 1 1
I 20 20
IG9 1 1
IS 2 2
IT9 2 2
J3 1 1
J7 1 1
JA 9 9
JT 1 1
JW 1 1
K 91 91
KH2 1 1
KP2 1 1
LA 2 2
LX 1 1
LY 5 5
LZ 2 2
OE 6 6
OH 6 6
OH0 1 1
OK 15 15
OM 5 5
ON 4 4
OY 1 1
OZ 4 4
P4 1 1
PA 8 8
PJ2 1 1
PY 4 4
S5 9 9
SM 5 5
SP 43 43
SV 6 6
SV5 1 1
SV9 1 1
T9 2 2
TA 1 1
TF 2 2
TI 1 1
UA 18 18
UA2 3 3
UA9 8 8
UK 1 1
UN 1 1
UR 14 14
V2 1 1
V5 1 1
VE 6 6
VP5 1 1
YL 2 2
YO 12 12
YU 8 8
YV 1 1
ZA 1 1
ZB 1 1
ZF 1 1
ZP 1 1
Total 515 515


------------------------------------------------------------------

Zn Total ON5KQ
1 1 1
2 1 1
4 19 19
5 79 79
7 1 1
8 14 14
9 6 6
11 5 5
14 141 141
15 147 147
16 35 35
17 10 10
18 2 2
20 25 25
21 5 5
23 1 1
24 1 1
25 8 8
27 1 1
33 8 8
35 1 1
38 1 1
40 3 3
Total 515 515

-------------------------------------------------------
 
DFØCG   M/M HP   16,216,1962005-10-31 02:27:57
Last year's log analysis clearly showed that there was room for improvement on
80 and 40 meters. Well, numbers are better this year, but we still see some
room... ;-) 20 and 15 meters closed very sharp and much too early.
The Beverage setup team had big fun this year. Two ATVs ("Quads") saved time and
walking. No more swearing, when you forgot something at the other end... ;-)
And everyone had big grins in the face after another round through the
neighbouring gravel mine.
Last but not least we regretfully have to report the first casualty. At night
one rabbit tried to sniff at the feeding point of the 160m T Vertical. R.I.P.,
rabbit.

Thanks for all contacts!

73 DF0CG Team



160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total %

EU 838 1497 1459 774 375 269 5212 52.7
AS 10 54 187 406 320 61 1038 10.5
SA 2 8 39 35 47 34 165 1.7
NA 78 291 566 1329 910 27 3201 32.4
AF 5 13 17 23 31 28 117 1.2
OC 0 10 40 51 40 9 150 1.5



QSO/ZN+DX by hour and band

Hour 160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm
D1-0000Z 65/30 108/36 78/38 28/22 1/2 --+-- 280/128 280/128
D1-0100Z 53/13 124/10 52/7 10/6 - - 239/36 519/164
D1-0200Z 60/8 138/23 57/16 6/2 - - 261/49 780/213
D1-0300Z 50/3 81/9 72/12 9/6 1/1 - 213/31 993/244
D1-0400Z 42/2 108/4 62/10 16/8 2/2 1/2 231/28 1224/272
D1-0500Z 37/4 62/7 39/5 50/9 21/19 4/6 213/50 1437/322
D1-0600Z 33/0 67/9 61/9 95/12 57/22 7/10 320/62 1757/384
D1-0700Z 5/0 55/1 81/13 87/16 107/19 18/9 353/58 2110/442
D1-0800Z --+-- 14/0 54/3 108/23 57/20 38/10 271/56 2381/498
D1-0900Z - - 60/1 89/10 56/16 51/7 256/34 2637/532
D1-1000Z - - 64/0 102/12 41/19 46/18 253/49 2890/581
D1-1100Z - - 40/0 134/3 69/23 29/6 272/32 3162/613
D1-1200Z - - 45/0 99/3 106/10 18/5 268/18 3430/631
D1-1300Z - 4/0 50/0 154/5 102/12 12/5 322/22 3752/653
D1-1400Z 15/1 39/0 96/3 118/3 90/5 8/0 366/12 4118/665
D1-1500Z 21/0 60/1 86/5 123/1 91/2 6/3 387/12 4505/677
D1-1600Z 32/2 97/0 91/8 158/3 43/1 --+-- 421/14 4926/691
D1-1700Z 44/3 40/3 73/4 124/6 4/0 - 285/16 5211/707
D1-1800Z 47/0 56/2 53/4 50/1 1/0 - 207/7 5418/714
D1-1900Z 27/2 59/1 53/2 67/4 - - 206/9 5624/723
D1-2000Z 32/3 44/2 48/2 29/1 - - 153/8 5777/731
D1-2100Z 26/1 55/3 33/2 10/0 - - 124/6 5901/737
D1-2200Z 27/0 57/1 32/3 - - - 116/4 6017/741
D1-2300Z 29/0 19/2 45/1 3/0 - - 96/3 6113/744
D2-0000Z 23/0 14/0 85/1 3/2 --+-- --+-- 125/3 6238/747
D2-0100Z 18/0 17/1 63/3 4/3 - - 102/7 6340/754
D2-0200Z 17/0 34/0 19/0 4/1 - - 74/1 6414/755
D2-0300Z 9/0 7/1 40/0 11/2 - - 67/3 6481/758
D2-0400Z 8/1 22/0 45/1 18/2 - - 93/4 6574/762
D2-0500Z 10/2 17/0 17/0 25/2 6/1 1/1 76/6 6650/768
D2-0600Z 3/1 29/1 33/0 29/0 12/1 4/0 110/3 6760/771
D2-0700Z 10/0 33/0 54/0 47/3 59/1 9/4 212/8 6972/779
D2-0800Z 2/0 21/0 34/1 99/0 81/0 27/3 264/4 7236/783
D2-0900Z - - 58/1 69/0 54/1 17/6 198/8 7434/791
D2-1000Z - 2/0 50/0 44/1 50/1 22/8 168/10 7602/801
D2-1100Z - - 37/0 61/0 53/2 20/11 171/13 7773/814
D2-1200Z - - 40/0 54/5 96/2 23/0 213/7 7986/821
D2-1300Z - - 8/0 76/0 85/0 26/2 195/2 8181/823
D2-1400Z - 15/0 37/2 72/2 90/4 19/1 233/9 8414/832
D2-1500Z 3/0 16/3 35/2 82/3 120/0 16/0 272/8 8686/840
D2-1600Z 15/0 12/3 30/2 80/0 129/1 6/0 272/6 8958/846
D2-1700Z 16/0 38/0 22/0 57/0 39/0 - 172/0 9130/846
D2-1800Z 25/0 55/2 34/2 41/2 - - 155/6 9285/852
D2-1900Z 18/2 45/3 43/3 47/0 - - 153/8 9438/860
D2-2000Z 33/0 45/2 25/0 18/0 - - 121/2 9559/862
D2-2100Z 37/2 63/3 14/1 4/0 - - 118/6 9677/868
D2-2200Z 24/1 55/0 36/1 2/0 - - 117/2 9794/870
D2-2300Z 17/3 46/1 24/0 2/0 - - 89/4 9883/874

Total: 933/84 1873/1342308/1682618/1841723/187 428/117
 
W3YY   SOAB(A) HP   675,1362005-10-31 02:35:32
My goal was to generate 1/2 million points for the PVRC club score.

This was entirely a casual S&P effort. Saturday night I tried briefly to start
a run on 40 but went back to S&P for the rest of the contest.

Notes:

1. Arrived home Friday night an hour into the contest after an overseas trip.
Put in 2 hours before arrival of my son, his wife, and our new granddaughter for
a brief one day visit.

2. Saturday morning operated entirely with voice keyer to avoid waking
granddaughter in next room.

3. Happy to see some 10-meter openings.

4. Very interesting 20-meter opening to JT, BY, etc. on 20 Saturday night when I
expected the band to be dead.

5. Good times: Working B1Z on 40. Finding and spotting a P29 on 40 before
anyone else and hearing the ensuing pileup and feeding frenzy, including the big
Multi's.

6. 160 and 80 didn't seem as good as I thought they would be at this point of
the sunspot cycle.

73, Bob - W3YY
 
GMØIIO   SOSB/20 LP   114,1382005-10-31 03:05:24
Poor to average band condx. No big signals from USA. Usual European lids that
can't understand the alphabet! Only a few very wide signals. Lots of fun. Bring
on cqww cw. 73, George
 
OZ1ADL   SOSB(A)/40 HP   346,3752005-10-31 03:06:34
 
VK1CC(@VK2SCP)   M/S HP   3,059,1002005-10-31 03:07:27
 
MØBLF   SOAB(A) LP   72,5352005-10-31 03:44:07
Always a fun contest but the first time I have operated from home with my own
callsign, instead being an operator at M4A. Sadly, I could only operate for
part of the contest. Condx seemed very good given the state of the cycle.
www.domsmith.co.uk/contests/
 
PA3EWP(@PI4COM)   SOSB(A)/40 HP   360,4532005-10-31 03:45:20
I had a great time. The first time I worked SOSB 40 meter from our contest
location PI4COM.
I missed 3 zones that were active, but I never heard them.
Next time I hoped to be more relaxed before I start this battle.
Equipemnt: yaesu ft1000mp + alpha 91
Antenna: 3 el. @ 27m, vertical and dipole.

See you in the CW contest from PZ.
 
PX8C(PY8AZT)   SOSB/40 HP   394,2002005-10-31 03:48:20
Amazing contest! Thank you for all QSO, and hope work you again on CW leg.

Best 73, Luc
PX8C (Op. PY8AZT)
 
W4ZV   SOSB/160 HP   33,8642005-10-31 03:55:23
First time I've not done SOSB/10 since 1999...and maybe the last time I'll do
SOSB/160 on SSB! Conditions seemed fair but I could never run well so my DX
QSO's were about 99% S&P. I kept expecting to see a sunrise peak but in fact
most DX signals seemed to go down as their sunrise approached.

160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL percent

North America SSB 89 0 0 0 0 0 89 47.6 (32 W/K)
South America SSB 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 3.2
Europe SSB 84 0 0 0 0 0 84 44.4
Asia SSB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Africa SSB 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 3.2
Oceania SSB 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 1.6

I did hear several Asian stations but C4M could never hear me, YM0T was
underneath VY2PA's backwash and 5B/AJ2O (M/S) was only answering stations even
though he had a nice signal.

Thanks to all for hearing me through the QRN. After the contest, it sure was
nice to hear good clean CW on 160 again!

73, Bill W4ZV
 
HA1ZN   SOSB(A)/20 LP   184,9722005-10-31 04:20:50
QSO point: 1412
NA:164 SA: 7 EU: 612 As: 86 Af: 10 Oc: 7 qso
RIG: KENWOOD TS-870s 110w ANT: 5 el beam, FD4
Thanks for the contest ! 73! Zsolt /ha1zn/
 
N1UR   SOAB LP   1,723,6792005-10-31 04:21:17
 
LN1T(@LA1T)   M/S HP   1,317,1362005-10-31 04:25:15
Second contesting attempt from the new club station with mostly unexperienced
contest operators. Started the contest with one tranceiver and three amplifiers,
and ended the contest with three tranceivers and zero (working) amplifiers. Only
one tri-bander makes it difficult to chase multipliers on the higher bands using
the 80m dipole. Anyhow, much fun and experience for new operators. I guess Ronny
worked his first HF contest QSOs ever, and he made many nice multipliers !!!
Thanks to all for working us.
 
K1TN   SOAB LP   78,3692005-10-31 04:29:05
100 watts, dipole. Last year with the same setup, from the same location, I made
278K.
 
HA5BSW   SOSB/160 LP   22,6172005-10-31 04:43:36
It was a terrible QRM and a QRN here..
Tese contest were my first one after my stroke.
So i am a happy, but havent a lot of time.

Rig: KENWOOD TS 450SAT
Ants INVL, 20m high vertical, dipol beverages and EVE.

I hope we meeting at a CW test...
 
NA2U   SOAB(A) HP   1,911,9962005-10-31 04:46:03
Single op, single radio.
 
SN5N(SP5KP)   SOAB HP   837,8372005-10-31 04:51:23
VY 73!

de CHRIS
SP5KP/SN5N

sn5n@op.pl
sp5kp@wp.pl
www.sp5kp.interia.pl
 
N2FF   SOAB(A) LP   128,6562005-10-31 04:59:32
I had hoped to rebuild the driven element of my five band quad but that did not
happen. So my operation was crippled here. High SWR on 20 meters, and no 15 and
10 meter loops. UGH! A 40 meter slooper at 60 feet does the job on both 40 and
15.
 
WB2RHM   SOAB LP   223,8222005-10-31 05:01:52
Sure miss last year's 180 QSOs on 10m....
 
K5NZ   SOAB(A) HP   239,3552005-10-31 05:04:24
Played around with new 15m antenna. Condx sure sounded good on 15 for bottom of
cycle! When I have a 135/hr on 15m to EU and the flux is 78, something strange
is going on!! lol

nz
 
K1RX   M/M HP   7,586,0002005-10-31 05:11:20
Problems surfaced on a few bands which will be attended to before CQ WW CW.
Great job of our competitors! Most fun (for me) pileup was 8R1AK on 20 M at the
end. So that's what the whole world sounds like a pileup! The rest of the ops
have all kinds of fun stories to tell too.

Thanks everyone for the QSO's and spending the time with us! And all this with
no Sunspots! How does that happen!

73,
Mark, K1RX
 
EA7OT   SOAB LP   232,0292005-10-31 05:12:14
The contest was very entertained. I want to have my new antennas for next year.
 
S59CDE(S55O)   SOSB/80 LP   68,9522005-10-31 05:12:39
Double L and Inv V with icom 746 100W. Some problems with setting antennas, but
we managed to fix it all before the ctest (we finished setting the antennas in
the dark). Location mount Slivnica 1114m asl S50L Location. Thx to
s55z,s59ma,s56wkc and s56a for the support. The score is higher as was expected,
but lack of experience cost me some DX = Multi. Hear you next year S55O.
 
VE3JAQ   SOAB LP   909,3342005-10-31 05:28:25
As usual the contest was lots of fun and would like to thank everyone for the
Q's. A couple of hours into the contest my PC started to become very unstable
using writelog so I reinstalled some of the inf files and it seemed to work
better. This year the biggest difference for me was 10m it just didn't want to
open up for very long. As a result Q's and total mult counts were down. On the
upside I managed several runs on 40, 80 and 160 of over 120-150/min. The beam
will need some adjusting before CQWW CW as 20m doesn't seem to tune as well as
it did before. The AD sloper seemed to work better than the DX88 however the
DX88 worked better on 80 than the sloper...hum. I do not have room for a
beverage hence no real DX opportunities on 160 and therefore I concentrated on
getting Q's. I missed the pacific this year where were the JA's?? There were
some high points however for example being called by 5R8FU and probably the most
strange occurance was when I tried in vain to break a pileup for SV3 and then
moments later got called by SV9CVY. Looking forward to CQ WW CW.
 
VK6HZ   SOAB HP   22,6182005-10-31 05:29:40
Spent most of my time working the club call, VK6ANC, but in the off times worked
with my call.

Didnt take it totally seriously and had a bit of fun, as usual, and looking
forward to the CQWW in a couple of weeks.
 
ZC4LI(STEVE)   SOSB/10 HP   104,4122005-10-31 05:38:16
SO1R No Spots

Ant C/Craft A3S at 50ft


Thanks to all concerned for running the contest and for the Q's.

CU in the WAE RTTY

73 Steve.
 
NN3Q   SOAB(A) HP   2,424,8942005-10-31 05:43:23
Had good runs both days on 15 & 20m even with low sunspots.
Used bev ants on receive for 160-40m with lotsa front end attenuation to kept
crud level down.
On Sunday evening EU was loud on 160m but EU couldn't hear USA.
Had a fun time with enuf sleep time to stay alert.

CU in CQWW CW

Russ - NN3Q
 
PY2XAT   SOSB/15 LP   378,7082005-10-31 06:09:43
START-OF-LOG: 2.0
ARRL-SECTION: DX
CALLSIGN: PY2XAT
CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP 15M LOW SSB
CATEGORY-OVERLAY: EXPERT
CLAIMED-SCORE: 378708
CLUB:
CONTEST: CQ-WW-SSB
CREATED-BY: WriteLog V10.54C
NAME: EDER FARES ANTOUN

OPERATORS: PY2XAT

SOAPBOX:
QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0014 PY2XAT 59 11 K5QR 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0015 PY2XAT 59 11 KC7NUP 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0016 PY2XAT 59 11 W]D5K 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0016 PY2XAT 59 11 N5ZK 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0016 PY2XAT 59 11 K2SS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0016 PY2XAT 59 11 K7PRW 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0017 PY2XAT 59 11 XE2AUB 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0018 PY2XAT 59 11 WB6YXY 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0018 PY2XAT 59 11 W6IXP 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0019 PY2XAT 59 11 KC1XX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0021 PY2XAT 59 11 K7WP 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0024 PY2XAT 59 11 W6EUF 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0026 PY2XAT 59 11 ZL2UO 59 32

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0027 PY2XAT 59 11 YV4A 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0031 PY2XAT 59 11 F05UQ 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0031 PY2XAT 59 11 P49Y 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0033 PY2XAT 59 11 LU1VK 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0033 PY2XAT 59 11 K5RR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0039 PY2XAT 59 11 XR4B 59 12

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0040 PY2XAT 59 11 PY2WDX 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0040 PY2XAT 59 11 PY2RDM 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0044 PY2XAT 59 11 8P9R 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0044 PY2XAT 59 11 PY2EJ 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0056 PY2XAT 59 11 AH6HY 59 31

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0058 PY2XAT 59 11 8P9R 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0108 PY2XAT 59 11 CX4CR 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0111 PY2XAT 59 11 V47NS 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0111 PY2XAT 59 11 K3VR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0112 PY2XAT 59 11 LR1R 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0115 PY2XAT 59 11 TI8M 59 7

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0115 PY2XAT 59 11 P40W 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0119 PY2XAT 59 11 J3A 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0120 PY2XAT 59 11 W3LPL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0142 PY2XAT 59 11 LW5ET 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0158 PY2XAT 59 11 KG6DX 59 27

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0209 PY2XAT 59 11 VR2XMT 59 24

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0212 PY2XAT 59 11 B7P 59 27

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0215 PY2XAT 59 11 ZP5EBT 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0812 PY2XAT 59 11 T96Q 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0829 PY2XAT 59 11 DF29A 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0839 PY2XAT 59 11 F6GCI 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0854 PY2XAT 59 11 RK3DZB 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0856 PY2XAT 59 11 DJ4PT 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0856 PY2XAT 59 11 M6T 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0907 PY2XAT 59 11 DL7QW 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0911 PY2XAT 59 11 EA1BXP 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0916 PY2XAT 59 11 OK1TD 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0919 PY2XAT 59 11 DL4R 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0920 PY2XAT 59 11 DQ4W 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0926 PY2XAT 59 11 F5RPB 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 0945 PY2XAT 59 11 LV5V 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1009 PY2XAT 59 11 DL0CS 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1013 PY2XAT 59 11 IR4X 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1014 PY2XAT 59 11 LN1B 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1016 PY2XAT 59 11 RW3WWW 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1016 PY2XAT 59 11 LT5Y 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1017 PY2XAT 59 11 RN3ZC 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1018 PY2XAT 59 11 LY7Z 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1020 PY2XAT 59 11 OH3XX 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1021 PY2XAT 59 11 ZX2B 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1024 PY2XAT 59 11 ON6LR 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1027 PY2XAT 59 11 DH5JB 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1033 PY2XAT 59 11 OH4R 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1039 PY2XAT 59 11 UT3IM 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1042 PY2XAT 59 11 OE4A 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1053 PY2XAT 59 11 S50O 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1053 PY2XAT 59 11 AY8A 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1055 PY2XAT 59 11 LU1YE 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1151 PY2XAT 59 11 LT1D 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1151 PY2XAT 59 11 DF0CG 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1152 PY2XAT 59 11 EA8URL 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1154 PY2XAT 59 11 ZD8D 59 36

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1155 PY2XAT 59 11 9A5Y 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1201 PY2XAT 59 11 LT1F 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1208 PY2XAT 59 11 DQ0Q 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1218 PY2XAT 59 11 EA8LS 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1220 PY2XAT 59 11 PW2C 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1225 PY2XAT 59 11 CE6TC 59 12

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1323 PY2XAT 59 11 LR2F 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1354 PY2XAT 59 11 FJ2T 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1354 PY2XAT 59 11 N2ZO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1405 PY2XAT 59 11 DL2CC 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1417 PY2XAT 59 11 OM5M 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1418 PY2XAT 59 11 SN7V 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1420 PY2XAT 59 11 RZ4AZZ 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1422 PY2XAT 59 11 ZS4U 59 38

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1425 PY2XAT 59 11 RU1A 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1427 PY2XAT 59 11 G5X 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1429 PY2XAT 59 11 F6DZU 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1432 PY2XAT 59 11 OM8A 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1436 PY2XAT 59 11 EA5DY 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1437 PY2XAT 59 11 IS0/DL3EW 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1440 PY2XAT 59 11 ZD8Z 59 36

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1443 PY2XAT 59 11 OH0Z 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1444 PY2XAT 59 11 PC5W 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1448 PY2XAT 59 11 OM1P 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1502 PY2XAT 59 11 PQ7Q 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1504 PY2XAT 59 11 OK5W 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1504 PY2XAT 59 11 PR7AB 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1508 PY2XAT 59 11 CT3MD 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1509 PY2XAT 59 11 OL7Q 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1513 PY2XAT 59 11 OL5Q 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1515 PY2XAT 59 11 LU4AA 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1516 PY2XAT 59 11 ZY7C 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1522 PY2XAT 59 11 9A7A 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1524 PY2XAT 59 11 ZD8I 59 36

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1534 PY2XAT 59 11 EA3RKG 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1535 PY2XAT 59 11 EA1ECZ 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1541 PY2XAT 59 11 OL7R 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1545 PY2XAT 59 11 VK5DX 59 30

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1547 PY2XAT 59 11 5U7JB 59 35

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1554 PY2XAT 59 11 CV5D 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1556 PY2XAT 59 11 HG6N 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1557 PY2XAT 59 11 MD4K 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1559 PY2XAT 59 11 OZ7X 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1606 PY2XAT 59 11 I8QLS 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1615 PY2XAT 59 11 S52ZW 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1624 PY2XAT 59 11 IR9K 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1626 PY2XAT 59 11 LU1ARV 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1633 PY2XAT 59 11 F6BNH 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1635 PY2XAT 59 11 OK1DVM 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1635 PY2XAT 59 11 CT3HF 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1636 PY2XAT 59 11 EA8KV 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1637 PY2XAT 59 11 EA8AH 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1641 PY2XAT 59 11 CT9L 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1644 PY2XAT 59 11 IS0/DL3EW 59 17

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1646 PY2XAT 59 11 9A4X 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1652 PY2XAT 59 11 LU8YE 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1655 PY2XAT 59 11 FY5KE 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1656 PY2XAT 59 11 PJ4W 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1709 PY2XAT 59 11 PZ5RA 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1710 PY2XAT 59 11 LV1E 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1712 PY2XAT 59 11 KC1XX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1713 PY2XAT 59 11 AA1K 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1714 PY2XAT 59 11 W1OP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1720 PY2XAT 59 11 N6OX/4 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1721 PY2XAT 59 11 EA8BHD 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1726 PY2XAT 59 11 WA1S 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1726 PY2XAT 59 11 N0IJ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1730 PY2XAT 59 11 K1LZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1730 PY2XAT 59 11 N1IK 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1730 PY2XAT 59 11 LU4DLU 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1734 PY2XAT 59 11 K1BV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1735 PY2XAT 59 11 N1JP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1742 PY2XAT 59 11 TF3ZA 59 40

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1747 PY2XAT 59 11 K4MQG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1751 PY2XAT 59 11 CQ2T 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1752 PY2XAT 59 11 K1BD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1810 PY2XAT 59 11 W5PUF 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1811 PY2XAT 59 11 W3MF 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1815 PY2XAT 59 11 8P1A 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1820 PY2XAT 59 11 K1RX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1821 PY2XAT 59 11 LU7DUE 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1822 PY2XAT 59 11 L40K 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1824 PY2XAT 59 11 W3BGN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1824 PY2XAT 59 11 AI4MK 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1831 PY2XAT 59 11 W9ZJ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1831 PY2XAT 59 11 VO1ONE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1831 PY2XAT 59 11 N2LBR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1832 PY2XAT 59 11 EA7HF 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1832 PY2XAT 59 11 LU9FFZ 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1833 PY2XAT 59 11 AK1Q 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1833 PY2XAT 59 11 N4WW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1834 PY2XAT 59 11 W1KT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1838 PY2XAT 59 11 K3EST 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1848 PY2XAT 59 11 KP4US 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1851 PY2XAT 59 11 FS/AH8DX 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1853 PY2XAT 59 11 VP5DX 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1855 PY2XAT 59 11 NP3CW 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1857 PY2XAT 59 11 HC1JQ 59 10

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1905 PY2XAT 59 11 N2MM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1913 PY2XAT 59 11 VE1TK 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1914 PY2XAT 59 11 NN3W 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1915 PY2XAT 59 11 K4JLD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1915 PY2XAT 59 11 W1AO 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1915 PY2XAT 59 11 NQ4I 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1916 PY2XAT 59 11 N1UR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1916 PY2XAT 59 11 K3NA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1916 PY2XAT 59 11 NE3F 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1917 PY2XAT 59 11 KI1G 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1917 PY2XAT 59 11 K5NA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1918 PY2XAT 59 11 N4PN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1918 PY2XAT 59 11 K1TTT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1918 PY2XAT 59 11 W3GK 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1918 PY2XAT 59 11 W1GQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1919 PY2XAT 59 11 K3DI 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1919 PY2XAT 59 11 K6KR 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1920 PY2XAT 59 11 N3AD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1920 PY2XAT 59 11 W1EBI 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1920 PY2XAT 59 11 WR3L 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1920 PY2XAT 59 11 W3LL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1920 PY2XAT 59 11 W1ZS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1920 PY2XAT 59 11 KB1H 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1921 PY2XAT 59 11 K1UM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1923 PY2XAT 59 11 N7BV 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1923 PY2XAT 59 11 N8WXQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1924 PY2XAT 59 11 K3IDX 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1924 PY2XAT 59 11 N5PA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1924 PY2XAT 59 11 AD4EB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1925 PY2XAT 59 11 VE4YU 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1927 PY2XAT 59 11 W2RD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1928 PY2XAT 59 11 N9KI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1929 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3XAT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1929 PY2XAT 59 11 W8MJ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1930 PY2XAT 59 11 NI7T 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1930 PY2XAT 59 11 W4MYA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1930 PY2XAT 59 11 N1QNC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1930 PY2XAT 59 11 WB1DX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1932 PY2XAT 59 11 N1MM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1932 PY2XAT 59 11 N3CA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1932 PY2XAT 59 11 WE3C 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1933 PY2XAT 59 11 K2QMF 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1933 PY2XAT 59 11 K1TH 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1933 PY2XAT 59 11 W3MR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1933 PY2XAT 59 11 W3NTD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1934 PY2XAT 59 11 WB2WPM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1935 PY2XAT 59 11 VA2VFT 59 2

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1937 PY2XAT 59 11 W5GN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1938 PY2XAT 59 11 N1DD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1939 PY2XAT 59 11 KD9ST 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1940 PY2XAT 59 11 K4GHS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1941 PY2XAT 59 11 KE1IH 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1941 PY2XAT 59 11 W2YC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1942 PY2XAT 59 11 N8RA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1942 PY2XAT 59 11 KS2G 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1944 PY2XAT 59 11 W1JQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1945 PY2XAT 59 11 WN9O 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1946 PY2XAT 59 11 N2LT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1947 PY2XAT 59 11 AC9S 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1948 PY2XAT 59 11 W1WEF 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1949 PY2XAT 59 11 WN4DX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1949 PY2XAT 59 11 WT0R 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1950 PY2XAT 59 11 W0AIH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1950 PY2XAT 59 11 NN2W 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1951 PY2XAT 59 11 N9CHN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1951 PY2XAT 59 11 K3ZO 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1951 PY2XAT 59 11 W2AX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1952 PY2XAT 59 11 LR1F 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1952 PY2XAT 59 11 W8JY 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1954 PY2XAT 59 11 K1EO 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1956 PY2XAT 59 11 KO1H 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1958 PY2XAT 59 11 K8MN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 1958 PY2XAT 59 11 WD9DZV 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2001 PY2XAT 59 11 N2OT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2001 PY2XAT 59 11 K1OA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2002 PY2XAT 59 11 NA4CW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2002 PY2XAT 59 11 AB2E 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2003 PY2XAT 59 11 WA0DCB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2004 PY2XAT 59 11 WB8JUI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2005 PY2XAT 59 11 K8TE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2005 PY2XAT 59 11 N6AR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2006 PY2XAT 59 11 K1HT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2009 PY2XAT 59 11 K1KD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2012 PY2XAT 59 11 VE2WU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2013 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3PRU 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2014 PY2XAT 59 11 W2FUI 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2014 PY2XAT 59 11 N3RS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2015 PY2XAT 59 11 W3OU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2019 PY2XAT 59 11 VE2KH 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2019 PY2XAT 59 11 N4NO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2020 PY2XAT 59 11 K4EA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2022 PY2XAT 59 11 KG2MY 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2023 PY2XAT 59 11 AA5NT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2023 PY2XAT 59 11 K3II 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2023 PY2XAT 59 11 VA3MAH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2024 PY2XAT 59 11 W2LE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2024 PY2XAT 59 11 WO9Z 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2024 PY2XAT 59 11 N0SZT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2026 PY2XAT 59 11 KB2DE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2027 PY2XAT 59 11 N8MZ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2027 PY2XAT 59 11 AF7Y 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2027 PY2XAT 59 11 AE2J 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2028 PY2XAT 59 11 K7EG 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2028 PY2XAT 59 11 KU2M 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2029 PY2XAT 59 11 AC0W 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2031 PY2XAT 59 11 N8LRG 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2032 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3XN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2032 PY2XAT 59 11 YW5NN 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2032 PY2XAT 59 11 NK7U 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2033 PY2XAT 59 11 W4CVR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2034 PY2XAT 59 11 W7UT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2034 PY2XAT 59 11 W9QQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2035 PY2XAT 59 11 KN8J 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2035 PY2XAT 59 11 WJ0Y 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2036 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3UZ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2037 PY2XAT 59 11 K9UQN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2037 PY2XAT 59 11 K9DN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2038 PY2XAT 59 11 W6YX 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2038 PY2XAT 59 11 W2XL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2038 PY2XAT 59 11 CT3YA 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2039 PY2XAT 59 11 K0RF 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2041 PY2XAT 59 11 VP2EWX 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2041 PY2XAT 59 11 K0IR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2041 PY2XAT 59 11 K2NG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2042 PY2XAT 59 11 NA2U 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2042 PY2XAT 59 11 VO1HE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2043 PY2XAT 59 11 W3PP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2044 PY2XAT 59 11 VE5CPU 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2046 PY2XAT 59 11 N4UH 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2046 PY2XAT 59 11 K4XU 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2047 PY2XAT 59 11 W7GG 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2047 PY2XAT 59 11 WE2F 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2048 PY2XAT 59 11 WX7P 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2048 PY2XAT 59 11 K5KG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2049 PY2XAT 59 11 W4MY 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2049 PY2XAT 59 11 WI7N 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2051 PY2XAT 59 11 KL0WX 59 1

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2051 PY2XAT 59 11 W6NWS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2052 PY2XAT 59 11 N7SEJ 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2052 PY2XAT 59 11 W2VI 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2053 PY2XAT 59 11 K6KM 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2053 PY2XAT 59 11 W2ED 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2053 PY2XAT 59 11 K4HO 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2109 PY2XAT 59 11 KG4OJT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2110 PY2XAT 59 11 K5MA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2110 PY2XAT 59 11 N4VA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2111 PY2XAT 59 11 VC3O 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2112 PY2XAT 59 11 WB3CJU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2112 PY2XAT 59 11 K9ALP 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2113 PY2XAT 59 11 N3RJ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2114 PY2XAT 59 11 K4SSU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2114 PY2XAT 59 11 K4ZW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2115 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3CR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2115 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3FH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2115 PY2XAT 59 11 W2JU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2116 PY2XAT 59 11 K1NG 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2116 PY2XAT 59 11 KP4SQ 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2117 PY2XAT 59 11 K5ZD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2117 PY2XAT 59 11 VE2PZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2118 PY2XAT 59 11 K8BB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2121 PY2XAT 59 11 W8WTD 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2122 PY2XAT 59 11 K8LY 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2123 PY2XAT 59 11 W3HDH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2125 PY2XAT 59 11 N8ERL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2125 PY2XAT 59 11 WA2WGF 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2126 PY2XAT 59 11 N3KR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2128 PY2XAT 59 11 N6RV 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2128 PY2XAT 59 11 N4ZZ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2128 PY2XAT 59 11 W2REH 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2129 PY2XAT 59 11 XE1AE 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2129 PY2XAT 59 11 N2BC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2129 PY2XAT 59 11 W6TER 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2129 PY2XAT 59 11 K5YA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2130 PY2XAT 59 11 N4TL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2131 PY2XAT 59 11 W2DKM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2131 PY2XAT 59 11 KF2GQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2131 PY2XAT 59 11 WK2H 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2131 PY2XAT 59 11 K1BX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2131 PY2XAT 59 11 K5PTC 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2131 PY2XAT 59 11 K8SMC 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2132 PY2XAT 59 11 W7YOW 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2133 PY2XAT 59 11 N1DG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2134 PY2XAT 59 11 W6XR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2134 PY2XAT 59 11 WB2HJV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2134 PY2XAT 59 11 KQ3F 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2135 PY2XAT 59 11 W3OA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2135 PY2XAT 59 11 W3YY 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2135 PY2XAT 59 11 NA2NA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2135 PY2XAT 59 11 KB0NR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2135 PY2XAT 59 11 N8OL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2136 PY2XAT 59 11 K3SB 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2136 PY2XAT 59 11 K5UA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2137 PY2XAT 59 11 K3RWN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2137 PY2XAT 59 11 WA4TII 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2137 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3HLS 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2138 PY2XAT 59 11 W0VX 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2138 PY2XAT 59 11 VA3OBR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2138 PY2XAT 59 11 W4JSI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2139 PY2XAT 59 11 W4WS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2139 PY2XAT 59 11 K4SAV 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2139 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3DRZ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2141 PY2XAT 59 11 W1QK 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2141 PY2XAT 59 11 WB0SMS 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2141 PY2XAT 59 11 W3GQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2142 PY2XAT 59 11 N4CW/1 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2142 PY2XAT 59 11 N2MUN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2142 PY2XAT 59 11 N3ONM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2142 PY2XAT 59 11 N6HC 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2143 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3GO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2143 PY2XAT 59 11 W2IRT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2143 PY2XAT 59 11 W0JEE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2143 PY2XAT 59 11 W9OP 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2144 PY2XAT 59 11 K6RIM 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2144 PY2XAT 59 11 AJ1M 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2144 PY2XAT 59 11 N5AU 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2145 PY2XAT 59 11 W3PT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2145 PY2XAT 59 11 KO7X 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2146 PY2XAT 59 11 KG0UA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2146 PY2XAT 59 11 K5AH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2146 PY2XAT 59 11 W2RE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2147 PY2XAT 59 11 W2QL 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2147 PY2XAT 59 11 K5RKS 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2149 PY2XAT 59 11 KI4KC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2149 PY2XAT 59 11 W6PU 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2151 PY2XAT 59 11 KD5JWC 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2151 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3RM 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2151 PY2XAT 59 11 VE2AYU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2152 PY2XAT 59 11 VE6AO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2152 PY2XAT 59 11 W0ML 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2153 PY2XAT 59 11 W2TGP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2153 PY2XAT 59 11 KM5VI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2154 PY2XAT 59 11 KG9KT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2154 PY2XAT 59 11 N3UM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2155 PY2XAT 59 11 N5AW 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2155 PY2XAT 59 11 K4LTO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2156 PY2XAT 59 11 K3PU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2156 PY2XAT 59 11 JA7BME 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2157 PY2XAT 59 11 K8AZ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2157 PY2XAT 59 11 NY5J 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2158 PY2XAT 59 11 KT7G 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2158 PY2XAT 59 11 N6HEL 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2158 PY2XAT 59 11 N1GC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2158 PY2XAT 59 11 KE5BL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2159 PY2XAT 59 11 K6JRY 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2159 PY2XAT 59 11 K4RO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2159 PY2XAT 59 11 W9QL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2200 PY2XAT 59 11 N2CU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2201 PY2XAT 59 11 W1FM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2202 PY2XAT 59 11 W5ZO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2202 PY2XAT 59 11 N4JED 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2202 PY2XAT 59 11 KE7RT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2203 PY2XAT 59 11 WA2MNO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2203 PY2XAT 59 11 K6JAT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2203 PY2XAT 59 11 WA1MKE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2204 PY2XAT 59 11 W4DUG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2204 PY2XAT 59 11 W1BN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2205 PY2XAT 59 11 K0GXI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2205 PY2XAT 59 11 KF0FE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2206 PY2XAT 59 11 NE3MD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2206 PY2XAT 59 11 N6SF 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2207 PY2XAT 59 11 K5FD 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2207 PY2XAT 59 11 N6TU 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2207 PY2XAT 59 11 W2LU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2207 PY2XAT 59 11 K4PV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2208 PY2XAT 59 11 K0KT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2208 PY2XAT 59 11 W6AFA 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2208 PY2XAT 59 11 N2UC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2209 PY2XAT 59 11 W7QDM 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2209 PY2XAT 59 11 VA6SZ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2209 PY2XAT 59 11 W7UG 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2209 PY2XAT 59 11 W4IW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2210 PY2XAT 59 11 WA8ZBT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2210 PY2XAT 59 11 K6IPV 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2211 PY2XAT 59 11 N3MX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2211 PY2XAT 59 11 K0JJR 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2212 PY2XAT 59 11 KC0RQH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2212 PY2XAT 59 11 N2MR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2213 PY2XAT 59 11 KD4MCA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2213 PY2XAT 59 11 K4CC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2214 PY2XAT 59 11 WB2LEZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2214 PY2XAT 59 11 WA0AUX 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2215 PY2XAT 59 11 W4JKL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2215 PY2XAT 59 11 NY3C 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2217 PY2XAT 59 11 NJ7I 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2218 PY2XAT 59 11 NN3Q 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2218 PY2XAT 59 11 K0GM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2219 PY2XAT 59 11 VE6PL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2219 PY2XAT 59 11 W5GN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2220 PY2XAT 59 11 K0UIV 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2220 PY2XAT 59 11 WB0VBW 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2221 PY2XAT 59 11 K0MPH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2222 PY2XAT 59 11 AL1G 59 1

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2222 PY2XAT 59 11 KN0UR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2223 PY2XAT 59 11 K6TA 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2223 PY2XAT 59 11 W6FA 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2224 PY2XAT 59 11 VA6IK 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2224 PY2XAT 59 11 K6VNX 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2225 PY2XAT 59 11 K4CZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2226 PY2XAT 59 11 KC8IMB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2226 PY2XAT 59 11 NE9Z 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2226 PY2XAT 59 11 KA4CM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2227 PY2XAT 59 11 K2UOP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2228 PY2XAT 59 11 WA7NVT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2229 PY2XAT 59 11 WB5CQX 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2229 PY2XAT 59 11 N8II 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2230 PY2XAT 59 11 JR1AIB 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2231 PY2XAT 59 11 KB9KEG 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2232 PY2XAT 59 11 K3MD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2232 PY2XAT 59 11 K4TD 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2232 PY2XAT 59 11 K4FYM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2233 PY2XAT 59 11 AE9F 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2233 PY2XAT 59 11 W5FUR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2234 PY2XAT 59 11 W1AJT/VE3 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2234 PY2XAT 59 11 WB6MBF 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2235 PY2XAT 59 11 NN0Q 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2236 PY2XAT 59 11 N5JR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2236 PY2XAT 59 11 WU9B 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2237 PY2XAT 59 11 K8VUS 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2237 PY2XAT 59 11 K3LR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2237 PY2XAT 59 11 N7WA 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2238 PY2XAT 59 11 K5WAF 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2238 PY2XAT 59 11 N0EO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2239 PY2XAT 59 11 VE7VZ 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2239 PY2XAT 59 11 AA7PM 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2239 PY2XAT 59 11 K5LAD 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2243 PY2XAT 59 11 K1OYQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2244 PY2XAT 59 11 W0RMA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2244 PY2XAT 59 11 VE6TN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2246 PY2XAT 59 11 K4LOX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2246 PY2XAT 59 11 W4RJ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2247 PY2XAT 59 11 N6QQ 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2247 PY2XAT 59 11 AL9A 59 1

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2248 PY2XAT 59 11 W7WHY 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2248 PY2XAT 59 11 7M2PSC 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2250 PY2XAT 59 11 YB2OBL 59 28

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2252 PY2XAT 59 11 WB6NKJ 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2252 PY2XAT 59 11 JH7XMO 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2252 PY2XAT 59 11 N7BF 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2253 PY2XAT 59 11 KE3D 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2253 PY2XAT 59 11 JE1OHL 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2254 PY2XAT 59 11 W7SW 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2256 PY2XAT 59 11 W7DG 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2257 PY2XAT 59 11 VE7KPB 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2258 PY2XAT 59 11 HI3NR 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2259 PY2XAT 59 11 KC7QR 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2300 PY2XAT 59 11 W0FII 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2301 PY2XAT 59 11 VE7IN 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2302 PY2XAT 59 11 KO6UW 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2303 PY2XAT 59 11 W0IJN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2304 PY2XAT 59 11 VE7DD 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2307 PY2XAT 59 11 W7ZR 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2308 PY2XAT 59 11 7K4XNN 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2308 PY2XAT 59 11 JA9SCB/1 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2310 PY2XAT 59 11 JA1IRT 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2311 PY2XAT 59 11 FM1HM 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2312 PY2XAT 59 11 KD7TQX 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2313 PY2XAT 59 11 JH1CCN 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2313 PY2XAT 59 11 VP5T 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2317 PY2XAT 59 11 K6BAZ 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2317 PY2XAT 59 11 CX7TT 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2317 PY2XAT 59 11 W7NAT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2318 PY2XAT 59 11 K5RQ/6 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2318 PY2XAT 59 11 W7RNF 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2320 PY2XAT 59 11 W1WBZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2320 PY2XAT 59 11 W7QN 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2324 PY2XAT 59 11 W6EB 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2324 PY2XAT 59 11 K0IP 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2329 PY2XAT 59 11 AC5ZO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2333 PY2XAT 59 11 N2IC 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2334 PY2XAT 59 11 JF1SQC 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2335 PY2XAT 59 11 K5TR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2337 PY2XAT 59 11 XE1FSK 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2338 PY2XAT 59 11 JA5BJC 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2339 PY2XAT 59 11 K7RD 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2342 PY2XAT 59 11 JA3YBK 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2343 PY2XAT 59 11 JI2ZEY 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2344 PY2XAT 59 11 K6NA 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2345 PY2XAT 59 11 K6XX 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2345 PY2XAT 59 11 JA7NVF 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2346 PY2XAT 59 11 JA1PCY 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2347 PY2XAT 59 11 KI6CG 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2348 PY2XAT 59 11 JM1LPN 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2350 PY2XAT 59 11 JI2UNR 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2351 PY2XAT 59 11 XE1CWJ 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2351 PY2XAT 59 11 K7RL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2352 PY2XAT 59 11 W6YI 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2353 PY2XAT 59 11 V26B 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2354 PY2XAT 59 11 TI5N 59 7

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2358 PY2XAT 59 11 DX1DBT 59 27

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-29 2359 PY2XAT 59 11 XE1MM 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0001 PY2XAT 59 11 TG9AXF 59 7

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0007 PY2XAT 59 11 9M8YY 59 28

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0014 PY2XAT 59 11 K7ZZ 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0017 PY2XAT 59 11 AB6ZE 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0018 PY2XAT 59 11 WA5VGI 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0021 PY2XAT 59 11 W6TK 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0025 PY2XAT 59 11 9M2CNC 59 28

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0033 PY2XAT 59 11 FO5PR 59 32

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0045 PY2XAT 59 11 9M2MT 59 28

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0048 PY2XAT 59 11 AH6NF 59 31

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0051 PY2XAT 59 11 VR2MX 59 24

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0104 PY2XAT 59 11 JA7YRR 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0112 PY2XAT 59 11 BV0J 59 24

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0117 PY2XAT 59 11 WH6R 59 31

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0121 PY2XAT 59 11 ZP5MAL 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0136 PY2XAT 59 11 DV3ZQR 59 27

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0144 PY2XAT 59 11 XU7TAS 59 26

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0211 PY2XAT 59 11 VR2BG 59 24

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0217 PY2XAT 59 11 BD5RT 59 24

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0220 PY2XAT 59 11 HS0ZEE 59 26

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0254 PY2XAT 59 11 PY2TEL 59 11

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0258 PY2XAT 59 11 NH7FY 59 31

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0906 PY2XAT 59 11 UA0AZA 59 18

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0909 PY2XAT 59 11 RA9JR 59 17

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0909 PY2XAT 59 11 CT1BOL 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0911 PY2XAT 59 11 DQ4A 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0912 PY2XAT 59 11 UA3BS 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0913 PY2XAT 59 11 PA0AGA 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0922 PY2XAT 59 11 RL3A 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0925 PY2XAT 59 11 UA9CLB 59 17

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0926 PY2XAT 59 11 EA7AA 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0928 PY2XAT 59 11 LY7A 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0934 PY2XAT 59 11 OM7M 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0943 PY2XAT 59 11 SP3GXH 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0945 PY2XAT 59 11 OH5Z 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0949 PY2XAT 59 11 ER3R 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 0952 PY2XAT 59 11 UR5HAC 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1001 PY2XAT 59 11 UZ0G 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1004 PY2XAT 59 11 OH6NJ 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1009 PY2XAT 59 11 RU9WX 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1012 PY2XAT 59 11 CU2/OH1VR 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1014 PY2XAT 59 11 YU7AU 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1039 PY2XAT 59 11 IG9R 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1043 PY2XAT 59 11 YO3JF 59 20

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1046 PY2XAT 59 11 Z32XA 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1047 PY2XAT 59 11 OE9XRV 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1048 PY2XAT 59 11 EA5YY 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1048 PY2XAT 59 11 LY8O 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1049 PY2XAT 59 11 SN1X 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1051 PY2XAT 59 11 OH3OJ 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1052 PY2XAT 59 11 EA5YJ 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1054 PY2XAT 59 11 EA1BVP 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1057 PY2XAT 59 11 SF5ZA 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1107 PY2XAT 59 11 LY2BIS 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1109 PY2XAT 59 11 CT1FNT 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1116 PY2XAT 59 11 YT7Z 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1119 PY2XAT 59 11 DJ1AA 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1125 PY2XAT 59 11 RG9A 59 17

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1128 PY2XAT 59 11 GM0B 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1129 PY2XAT 59 11 OT5A 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1130 PY2XAT 59 11 OZ5ESB 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1141 PY2XAT 59 11 EA4KR 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1154 PY2XAT 59 11 TM7F 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1205 PY2XAT 59 11 UA9CDC 59 17

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1211 PY2XAT 59 11 ST2T 59 34

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1248 PY2XAT 59 11 YZ1U 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1253 PY2XAT 59 11 HB0/HB9AON 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1254 PY2XAT 59 11 UT0AZA 59 16

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1312 PY2XAT 59 11 HG3M 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1314 PY2XAT 59 11 GM0F 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1317 PY2XAT 59 11 EA5YU 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1324 PY2XAT 59 11 PA0IJM 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1326 PY2XAT 59 11 9G5A 59 35

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1335 PY2XAT 59 11 SQ6Z 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1341 PY2XAT 59 11 PJ2T 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1343 PY2XAT 59 11 ED2WW 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1345 PY2XAT 59 11 OH4A 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1347 PY2XAT 59 11 LY2FN 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1401 PY2XAT 59 11 DL2ARD 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1404 PY2XAT 59 11 HB9AUS 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1411 PY2XAT 59 11 LX7I 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1416 PY2XAT 59 11 EA6UN 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1443 PY2XAT 59 11 SV9/OH4FR 59 20

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1446 PY2XAT 59 11 I4ABF 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1447 PY2XAT 59 11 5B/HA5PP 59 20

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1456 PY2XAT 59 11 CE4PBB 59 12

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1507 PY2XAT 59 11 J48NL 59 20

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1515 PY2XAT 59 11 TM2T 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1516 PY2XAT 59 11 DL2ADR 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1527 PY2XAT 59 11 PA7MM 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1618 PY2XAT 59 11 DK0ALK 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1620 PY2XAT 59 11 G3LUW 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1622 PY2XAT 59 11 OK2BXU 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1626 PY2XAT 59 11 SP9EMI 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1627 PY2XAT 59 11 OZ5EV 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1628 PY2XAT 59 11 IK8MIG 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1630 PY2XAT 59 11 NY1Q 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1631 PY2XAT 59 11 G4UJS 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1639 PY2XAT 59 11 9A4CD 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1639 PY2XAT 59 11 DJ2YA 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1640 PY2XAT 59 11 EA1DKV 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1640 PY2XAT 59 11 AJ9C 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1642 PY2XAT 59 11 G3YOG/M 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1643 PY2XAT 59 11 DL9GWD 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1643 PY2XAT 59 11 W3GM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1644 PY2XAT 59 11 F4BWJ 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1645 PY2XAT 59 11 W8FJ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1646 PY2XAT 59 11 EA5FID 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1647 PY2XAT 59 11 W3CC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1649 PY2XAT 59 11 DL1RA 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1650 PY2XAT 59 11 AA3B 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1651 PY2XAT 59 11 IW9CTR 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1731 PY2XAT 59 11 EA8/DH9JK 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1732 PY2XAT 59 11 IK6JNH 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1733 PY2XAT 59 11 YT7IM 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1734 PY2XAT 59 11 KB4ET 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1739 PY2XAT 59 11 F6HMQ 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1746 PY2XAT 59 11 CX6VM 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1748 PY2XAT 59 11 EA8/DL5AXX 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1749 PY2XAT 59 11 EA1ACP 59 14

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1757 PY2XAT 59 11 K4HR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1757 PY2XAT 59 11 LU8XW 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1759 PY2XAT 59 11 I0LYA 59 15

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1759 PY2XAT 59 11 W8PG 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1800 PY2XAT 59 11 LU4HKL 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1806 PY2XAT 59 11 EA8BGR 59 33

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1808 PY2XAT 59 11 N2NQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1810 PY2XAT 59 11 W1RM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1813 PY2XAT 59 11 K7ZSD 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1815 PY2XAT 59 11 N3RW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1817 PY2XAT 59 11 W5GM 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1817 PY2XAT 59 11 W1LLU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1827 PY2XAT 59 11 J7DM 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1831 PY2XAT 59 11 VP9I 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1834 PY2XAT 59 11 LU1FC 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1842 PY2XAT 59 11 P40A 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1844 PY2XAT 59 11 WE6DX 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1844 PY2XAT 59 11 W6ZF 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1844 PY2XAT 59 11 W2WB 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1845 PY2XAT 59 11 LU1HLH 59 13

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1847 PY2XAT 59 11 NO2R 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1847 PY2XAT 59 11 K4UTE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1847 PY2XAT 59 11 VA5POK 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1848 PY2XAT 59 11 N1AU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1848 PY2XAT 59 11 KF9YR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1850 PY2XAT 59 11 K1RV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1853 PY2XAT 59 11 WP2Z 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1856 PY2XAT 59 11 KA1CQR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1857 PY2XAT 59 11 K8ZT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1859 PY2XAT 59 11 K0JPL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1900 PY2XAT 59 11 N4SL 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1900 PY2XAT 59 11 WA4DCL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1902 PY2XAT 59 11 WA7LT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1903 PY2XAT 59 11 K5MQ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1904 PY2XAT 59 11 WR3H 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1904 PY2XAT 59 11 K3SX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1904 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3TW 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1904 PY2XAT 59 11 W4EEH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1905 PY2XAT 59 11 W9YQ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1905 PY2XAT 59 11 K4RY 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1907 PY2XAT 59 11 NE1RP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1915 PY2XAT 59 11 CO8LY 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1919 PY2XAT 59 11 K2SX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1923 PY2XAT 59 11 KG4US 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1924 PY2XAT 59 11 N2TM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1924 PY2XAT 59 11 W9VQ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1925 PY2XAT 59 11 W1CPR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1926 PY2XAT 59 11 WB8TLI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1929 PY2XAT 59 11 AA2KD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1930 PY2XAT 59 11 KA1ZD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1930 PY2XAT 59 11 W4YE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1930 PY2XAT 59 11 AD7IC 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1931 PY2XAT 59 11 N8BJQ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1931 PY2XAT 59 11 KD9MS 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1931 PY2XAT 59 11 K7HQ 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1931 PY2XAT 59 11 K6XJ 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1933 PY2XAT 59 11 N4CT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1933 PY2XAT 59 11 VO1XC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1934 PY2XAT 59 11 WT9U 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1934 PY2XAT 59 11 K4MGA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1934 PY2XAT 59 11 AB2TC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1934 PY2XAT 59 11 K3BZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1934 PY2XAT 59 11 W1ZK 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1935 PY2XAT 59 11 N7YX 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1935 PY2XAT 59 11 K2XF 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1936 PY2XAT 59 11 VE2ZIV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1936 PY2XAT 59 11 NR3MT/M 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1937 PY2XAT 59 11 NJ1H 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1937 PY2XAT 59 11 KB1LQC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1938 PY2XAT 59 11 K0TV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1938 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3SY 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1938 PY2XAT 59 11 K7AGE 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1939 PY2XAT 59 11 W1NT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1939 PY2XAT 59 11 N1RY 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1939 PY2XAT 59 11 K4WMS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1941 PY2XAT 59 11 K3WGR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1943 PY2XAT 59 11 N4LR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1945 PY2XAT 59 11 K0CS 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1945 PY2XAT 59 11 K5ZK 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1946 PY2XAT 59 11 WF4W 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1946 PY2XAT 59 11 K2SQS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1959 PY2XAT 59 11 W9VA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1959 PY2XAT 59 11 KA3GMP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 1959 PY2XAT 59 11 KI4RWM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2006 PY2XAT 59 11 N8IE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2006 PY2XAT 59 11 AA1ON 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2006 PY2XAT 59 11 KB3TS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2006 PY2XAT 59 11 KO4EE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2007 PY2XAT 59 11 K4EWG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2007 PY2XAT 59 11 K6ST 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2007 PY2XAT 59 11 N4VV 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2008 PY2XAT 59 11 KA8Q 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2008 PY2XAT 59 11 WD8PKF 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2010 PY2XAT 59 11 K2DQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2010 PY2XAT 59 11 VA3SWG 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2010 PY2XAT 59 11 K0OB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2011 PY2XAT 59 11 W4AN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2011 PY2XAT 59 11 NO8R 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2011 PY2XAT 59 11 N4AA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2011 PY2XAT 59 11 N8TR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2012 PY2XAT 59 11 N8BI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2012 PY2XAT 59 11 W4RM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2012 PY2XAT 59 11 KC5TY 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2013 PY2XAT 59 11 N1QN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2013 PY2XAT 59 11 K1EFI 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2013 PY2XAT 59 11 W3WXZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2014 PY2XAT 59 11 N0AT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2014 PY2XAT 59 11 NT0F 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2015 PY2XAT 59 11 WB9AYW 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2015 PY2XAT 59 11 W4RRE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2016 PY2XAT 59 11 N3PV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2016 PY2XAT 59 11 KD1YV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2017 PY2XAT 59 11 VE1MC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2017 PY2XAT 59 11 WA0BNX 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2018 PY2XAT 59 11 N2MTG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2018 PY2XAT 59 11 W4WTB 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2018 PY2XAT 59 11 KA1LMR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2018 PY2XAT 59 11 WS4H 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2020 PY2XAT 59 11 WB2M 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2021 PY2XAT 59 11 AE1T 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2021 PY2XAT 59 11 K1JDL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2022 PY2XAT 59 11 K0RC 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2023 PY2XAT 59 11 AA4FU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2023 PY2XAT 59 11 W2GDJ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2024 PY2XAT 59 11 KM2O 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2025 PY2XAT 59 11 AE2X 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2026 PY2XAT 59 11 WA4FXX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2026 PY2XAT 59 11 AD4L 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2027 PY2XAT 59 11 AA8LL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2028 PY2XAT 59 11 W1AA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2029 PY2XAT 59 11 K3TRM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2029 PY2XAT 59 11 W4KS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2029 PY2XAT 59 11 N1IW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2031 PY2XAT 59 11 AB1J 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2031 PY2XAT 59 11 N2XD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2032 PY2XAT 59 11 NA2P 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2032 PY2XAT 59 11 VE2IM 59 2

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2032 PY2XAT 59 11 K2WA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2033 PY2XAT 59 11 WO5D 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2033 PY2XAT 59 11 N7ZG 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2033 PY2XAT 59 11 N1RK 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2033 PY2XAT 59 11 K3OOO 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2034 PY2XAT 59 11 K3ZA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2034 PY2XAT 59 11 KJ0B 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2034 PY2XAT 59 11 N7LOX 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2034 PY2XAT 59 11 VE9HC 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2035 PY2XAT 59 11 N1PGA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2035 PY2XAT 59 11 N2QV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2035 PY2XAT 59 11 K5QE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2036 PY2XAT 59 11 W5WRE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2037 PY2XAT 59 11 KD4K 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2037 PY2XAT 59 11 K1AE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2037 PY2XAT 59 11 K4KTA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2038 PY2XAT 59 11 W2YK 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2038 PY2XAT 59 11 AC4YD 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2038 PY2XAT 59 11 N8GB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2041 PY2XAT 59 11 W1LZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2042 PY2XAT 59 11 WA3EKL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2042 PY2XAT 59 11 WB0TSR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2042 PY2XAT 59 11 VE7CYY 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2043 PY2XAT 59 11 W9GE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2043 PY2XAT 59 11 K9SUH 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2044 PY2XAT 59 11 WA3RHW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2046 PY2XAT 59 11 K9SG 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2048 PY2XAT 59 11 K0OU 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2049 PY2XAT 59 11 K2EP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2049 PY2XAT 59 11 KC5LK 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2049 PY2XAT 59 11 VE2CQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2050 PY2XAT 59 11 WB4UHV 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2051 PY2XAT 59 11 W1CTN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2051 PY2XAT 59 11 KK4TE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2051 PY2XAT 59 11 K0CL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2052 PY2XAT 59 11 N9TTX 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2052 PY2XAT 59 11 VA2PZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2055 PY2XAT 59 11 WP3GW 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2056 PY2XAT 59 11 W4JAM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2057 PY2XAT 59 11 W3KB 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2059 PY2XAT 59 11 N1JW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2100 PY2XAT 59 11 K3WW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2100 PY2XAT 59 11 NJ1F 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2102 PY2XAT 59 11 W0MJN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2104 PY2XAT 59 11 N2USM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2105 PY2XAT 59 11 K8GT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2105 PY2XAT 59 11 W3ZGD 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2106 PY2XAT 59 11 K1CN 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2106 PY2XAT 59 11 K5GN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2106 PY2XAT 59 11 K9YC 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2107 PY2XAT 59 11 K5TT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2107 PY2XAT 59 11 W4UFO 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2108 PY2XAT 59 11 W4GHS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2109 PY2XAT 59 11 XE3D 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2113 PY2XAT 59 11 K2HT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2114 PY2XAT 59 11 K4FPF 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2115 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3JAQ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2116 PY2XAT 59 11 N7VZU 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2116 PY2XAT 59 11 W7IUO 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2116 PY2XAT 59 11 N4NW 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2117 PY2XAT 59 11 WB0IJT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2117 PY2XAT 59 11 N5WOB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2118 PY2XAT 59 11 W7TMT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2118 PY2XAT 59 11 W3AG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2118 PY2XAT 59 11 W4NTI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2118 PY2XAT 59 11 W0PI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2119 PY2XAT 59 11 N2BEE 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2119 PY2XAT 59 11 W9HPJ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2120 PY2XAT 59 11 KC0JRW 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2120 PY2XAT 59 11 K9OM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2122 PY2XAT 59 11 VE7FO 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2122 PY2XAT 59 11 N3CZ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2124 PY2XAT 59 11 K2BX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2124 PY2XAT 59 11 N8TDL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2125 PY2XAT 59 11 K8ND 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2127 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3GIB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2127 PY2XAT 59 11 KS4S 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2131 PY2XAT 59 11 N7TT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2132 PY2XAT 59 11 KW8N 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2132 PY2XAT 59 11 HP1BYS 59 7

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2132 PY2XAT 59 11 K8KG 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2133 PY2XAT 59 11 KS8O 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2133 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3KPP 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2133 PY2XAT 59 11 N3TG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2134 PY2XAT 59 11 KA8FAN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2134 PY2XAT 59 11 W1HI 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2134 PY2XAT 59 11 WA8HCN 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2135 PY2XAT 59 11 KK8MM 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2136 PY2XAT 59 11 K2CS 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2136 PY2XAT 59 11 K4AZO 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2137 PY2XAT 59 11 KA9WAR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2137 PY2XAT 59 11 WA3G 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2137 PY2XAT 59 11 KG4ORA 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2138 PY2XAT 59 11 KA3DMT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2138 PY2XAT 59 11 AI4FR 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2140 PY2XAT 59 11 KT1V 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2143 PY2XAT 59 11 KG8HO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2144 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3KP 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2144 PY2XAT 59 11 KF8TA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2145 PY2XAT 59 11 WB2RHM 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2146 PY2XAT 59 11 KD5LNO 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2147 PY2XAT 59 11 NV9Z 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2147 PY2XAT 59 11 NU6T 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2148 PY2XAT 59 11 N0NI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2149 PY2XAT 59 11 N8HP 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2149 PY2XAT 59 11 W9RE 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2149 PY2XAT 59 11 N9AKR 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2156 PY2XAT 59 11 W6PH 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2157 PY2XAT 59 11 W4BNO 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2157 PY2XAT 59 11 K6KII 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2159 PY2XAT 59 11 W3GNQ 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2159 PY2XAT 59 11 K0ALT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2200 PY2XAT 59 11 K0UK 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2200 PY2XAT 59 11 K4KH 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2201 PY2XAT 59 11 N6EM 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2201 PY2XAT 59 11 W8GEX 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2203 PY2XAT 59 11 N7NJO 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2203 PY2XAT 59 11 KC7UP 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2203 PY2XAT 59 11 N9ZM 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2205 PY2XAT 59 11 WN6K 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2206 PY2XAT 59 11 K0SQ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2206 PY2XAT 59 11 N8WRL 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2207 PY2XAT 59 11 K9QVB 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2208 PY2XAT 59 11 N7WI 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2208 PY2XAT 59 11 VE3EJ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2208 PY2XAT 59 11 W3AP 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2209 PY2XAT 59 11 KI6VC 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2210 PY2XAT 59 11 NE8J 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2210 PY2XAT 59 11 KN5H 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2210 PY2XAT 59 11 KA4LBD 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2211 PY2XAT 59 11 JA1MVK 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2211 PY2XAT 59 11 AA4MG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2211 PY2XAT 59 11 NA3M 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2237 PY2XAT 59 11 WB5IM 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2238 PY2XAT 59 11 K0DAT 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2239 PY2XAT 59 11 HR2JGG 59 7

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2241 PY2XAT 59 11 K4GM 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2242 PY2XAT 59 11 NU7J 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2243 PY2XAT 59 11 JA1TMG 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2301 PY2XAT 59 11 K5WAL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2304 PY2XAT 59 11 K8ARL 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2305 PY2XAT 59 11 W2CG 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2305 PY2XAT 59 11 K7VIT 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2306 PY2XAT 59 11 VO7CRH 59 03

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2307 PY2XAT 59 11 NJ4F 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2307 PY2XAT 59 11 K1GU 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2308 PY2XAT 59 11 N4PQX 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2308 PY2XAT 59 11 AB5XZ 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2310 PY2XAT 59 11 W4YFT 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2311 PY2XAT 59 11 XE2K 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2311 PY2XAT 59 11 N0FP 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2312 PY2XAT 59 11 K0RH 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2315 PY2XAT 59 11 VE6FI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2316 PY2XAT 59 11 W5GAI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2316 PY2XAT 59 11 KZ2I 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2316 PY2XAT 59 11 KE7YF 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2317 PY2XAT 59 11 K7ACS 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2318 PY2XAT 59 11 W0ZP 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2318 PY2XAT 59 11 XE1ZTW 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2319 PY2XAT 59 11 K7JB 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2320 PY2XAT 59 11 HK3DD 59 9

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2321 PY2XAT 59 11 JA1HO 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2321 PY2XAT 59 11 KE4ONN 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2322 PY2XAT 59 11 N4CU 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2322 PY2XAT 59 11 VE7TLH 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2324 PY2XAT 59 11 N0CQI 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2326 PY2XAT 59 11 N4PB 59 5

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2333 PY2XAT 59 11 WX5W 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2335 PY2XAT 59 11 KD6DTI 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2337 PY2XAT 59 11 K6JQA 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2338 PY2XAT 59 11 KB6NFY 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2339 PY2XAT 59 11 W7AYY 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2341 PY2XAT 59 11 JH4UYB 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2342 PY2XAT 59 11 XE1CQ 59 6

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2344 PY2XAT 59 11 KW7Y 59 3

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2346 PY2XAT 59 11 JA3BOA 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2347 PY2XAT 59 11 FS5UQ 59 8

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2349 PY2XAT 59 11 JR1MQT 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2349 PY2XAT 59 11 JA5NVF 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2353 PY2XAT 59 11 W0ZA 59 4

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2356 PY2XAT 59 11 JI2ZJS 59 25

QSO: 21000 PH 2005-10-30 2359 PY2XAT 59 11 VE7SV 59 5

END-OF-LOG:
 
VE3KZ   SOAB HP   2,520,4882005-10-31 06:14:40
Last year 533 QSO's in 87 countries on 10m. A little different this year! I
managed to stretch my operating time from 28 to 36 hours this year and got more
LF work in. No beverages back up yet. This makes me virtually deaf for DX on 160
and 80m and hard of hearing on 40! Despite using only my 40m dipole on 15m it
was still the most productive band!. With these handy excuses my strategy was to
work as many W's as practical rather than push the multiplier. About one third
of the QSO's were W's. Almost half of the QSO's were Europeans. All in all I'm
satisfied with the results with the score a little higher than last year but
can't wait for the CW contest and get away from the sideband splatter. 20m was
particularly rough and it was easy to ignore it in favour of any other band!
I saw the power of Packet on 15m this Sunday. Calling CQ on 21.363 I had 23 Q's
in 17 min before 2100z. My next QSO told me I had been spotted at 2100z. In the
next 14 min. I had 51 Q's! Thanks to all those W QSO's, guys!

73 Bob VE3KZ
 
W7ZR   SOAB(A) LP   670,4762005-10-31 06:19:50
A real struggle at times.
 
RL3A(@RK3AWL)   M/S HP   6,586,4082005-10-31 06:23:39
http://www.rk3awl.ru
QSL via W3HNK
 
K2PT   SOAB(A) LP   195,5712005-10-31 06:26:09
Had a good time with a flag pole. Claiming best score for a flag pole in
Stafford County VA!
 
KØRF   M/S HP   3,782,7022005-10-31 06:26:40
We had a great time. Everything seemed to work OK and except for 10M we had
some good condx on the bands. Kurt and George did a great job and stuck with it
even through some very slow times.

73, Chuck
 
F4BKV   SOAB LP   683,4002005-10-31 06:33:54
Station: FT897 100W
Antennas: Hustler 5BTV vertical 80/40/20/15/10m + Yagi 4el monoband 10m

It was my second CQWW SSB contest, first time in SOAB (last year in SOSB 10m)
and it was a great fun, despite a poor propagation on 10m and no antenna for
160m (maybe next year)
 
N5AW   SOAB LP   1,173,8502005-10-31 06:49:43
 
OZ6PI   SOAB LP   168,0452005-10-31 07:00:44
Hi all! Thanks for the test, very high qrm level, especially 40 m, many
stations, had better tx than rx situation, anyway, see you again!
Henry/OZ6PI Started in this test in 1972.hi!
 
6Y2Z   M/M HP   20,025,8502005-10-31 07:08:11
Multipliers seemed tough, 10 meters disappointing. Thanks to Force 12 / N6BT
and K2KW for aupport and advice in another all-vertical operation. QSL to
K6VNX.
 
VE7IG   SOSB/20 HP   716,4952005-10-31 07:17:40
Equipment: FT1000D, SB200 Amplifier (500w output), 4 el monoband yagi up 62'
Comments: Couldn't crack the pileups on zones 37/39 but worked all other
zones heard. Saturday was quieter but Sunday was wall-to-wall QRM!
Propagagion steadily improved throughout the contest and by Sunday morning
propagagion was really world-wide-- hard to believe this is a sunspot
minimum.
 
9A1P   M/S HP   8,827,6282005-10-31 07:24:48
Not bad condx for the solar min. 15m was much better on sunday with rates over
200qso/h for a hour or 2. Very good start with great 40m condx to USA. For first
time with our new 3el full size 40m was looking like 15m to USA hi
Setup 160m 1st night halfsloper from 22m high tower with 20m yagi on the top but
not tuned well, probably some interaction with the guy wires. 2nd night inv V on
the same tower. From the USA only w3lpl came trough on the EU sunrise peak. Good
sigs from NP4A and surprise was XE1KK coming in pretty late about half hour
after SR.
80m 1/4 vertical with only 9 tick radials but made a good job with about 150
north american stns in the log and good nr of mults, even we lost plenty because
of the terrible qrm in EU.
40m just 1 word GREAT! 3el yagi did a extremly good job here
20/15m 5el on 20m @24M and 6el on 15m @18m good pileups but bands closed pretty
early saturday, a bit better sunday.
10m 6el Mostly closed with only some pacific and south asia in the morning and
some south america in the evening. No backscatter to work europe so gettin 75
dxcc here was a hard job.
Mni tnx for the guest operators 9A4M,9A5CW,9A6XX and 9A8WW(S55M)for the good job
and many tnx for 9A2CW,9A2RD who made this possible with lot of hours on the
towers building our contesting site.

I love this game!

73 cu in the last weekend of nov.
Dave 9A1UN
 
K1TEO   SOAB HP   108,3952005-10-31 07:33:33
Not much time but fun to get on. Surprised 15 was in such good shape. Checked 10
and never heard a thing so must have picked the wrong 2.5 hours to get on, hi!
 
VE3EJ   M/2 HP   18,060,3522005-10-31 07:37:39
The only thing missing this year was 10 meters.
It was great to work all the new EU callsigns. Thanks to all who called.


EJ
 
VE6EX   SOSB/20 LP   287,0402005-10-31 07:50:46
Hey there Contesters:
Well that first evening was a writeoff at VE6EX with only 52 Q's. So no
personal attack on last years score from here. The next mourning was wall to
wall EU and a battleground of big amps and Skyware on 20. Not for the faint of
heart or lack of filters. A run freq was simply not available for most of the EU
opening for the usual barefoot city lot home station in VE6. Lots of good fun
though, and I did the best I could considering.
TS940s into HB 2 el @60', with flawless TRLOG; simply The Best..
See you on for SS.
Dan, Nancy and the KIDS, VE6EX..
 
F8KCF   M/S HP   186,9372005-10-31 07:52:13
Thks to all, see you soon on the air...
 
W1AJT/VE3   SOAB(A) HP   1,066,1282005-10-31 08:00:31
Antennas : 2el Quad 10m to 20m @ 10m
Dipoles: 160m @ 2m to 5m
80m/40m @ 7m
 
S5ØA   SOAB HP   5,556,0002005-10-31 08:02:58
Despite poor propagations it could be better :-)

73 Tine Brajnik, S50A
 
KK1L   SOAB HP   99,4752005-10-31 08:04:19
Was only able to spend a couple hours here and there on the contest. Due not
least to just returning to US after a 10 day business trip to China. Jet lag and
catching up with the family took precidence. Did pretty well considering the 3.7
hours was broken up in to EIGHT segments! Two nearly 1 hour each and a bunch of
10-20 minute jobs. Just about all S&P.
 
N5PA   SOAB HP   862,9532005-10-31 08:08:35
With my limited time to operate I had a lot of fun. 160 and 80 meters was noisy
here and made operating tough on these bands. The east and west coast walls
were more prevalent in this contest than in years past. 10 and 15 meters were a
total surprise. I just wish I would have had more time to operate.
 
N2IC   SOAB HP   3,470,9282005-10-31 08:14:54
An amazing weekend !

With the solar flux in the low 70's, I knew that the key to a great weekend was
having quiet geomagnetic conditions and luck. During the week before the
contest, 15 meters was opening to Europe and JA on about half of the days, even
with undisturbed conditions, so I knew it would be iffy. Without at least some
good propagation on 15, it would be a really slow weekend from New Mexico.

The contest started off auspiciously. I started on 15, running JA. That lasted
exactly 8 minutes, with 32 QSO's, then it was lights-out for 15, and I was
fighting it out on 20 by 0017Z. That didn't last long, either. At 0134Z I was
already on 40, doing S&P to Europe. The night went slowly, with the only
highlight being 80 meters into Europe. 23 European QSO's on 80 may not sound
like much to most of you, but it's about 20 QSO's more than usual compared to my
other Colorado and New Mexico efforts. The 40 meter JA run was more like a
crawl, and 80 meters to JA was a wasteland, thanks to the new BY woodpecker.
568 QSO's in the log in the first 13 hours. That's not good.

Daylight came, and someone through the on-switch ! Unbelievable EU run on 15.
180 QSO's in the 15Z hour - a new record for me for a EU run from out west.
Only lasted until 1645Z, but it sure was fun ! The mid-day went as expected -
Work mults on 15 and 20, listen to the guys in the Pacific northwest work EU on
20 that is totally inaudible this far south. 15 opened to JA just after their
sunrise. Hooray ! Back-to-back 160, 171 and 98 hours. The run never peetered
out - just a steady roar of JA's until the band dropped out at 0035Z. An hour
on 20 after that, then 6 hours of much-needed sleep. Crawl more JA's on 40
during the night, while looking for any new 2 or 3 point QSO's on 80 and 160.
Daytime came, and with it, another 15 meter opening. This one was a little
different than Saturday. The Saturday opening was all southern Europe, while
the Sunday opening was weaker, but included many northern EU stations (but not
any OH, SM, LA). For example, on Saturday, I worked only 1 G station, while on
Sunday I worked 47 G's. The Sunday 15 EU opening lasted a little longer (until
1715Z), and then more futile attempts to grind it out on 20 while hunting mults
on 15, and waiting for 10 to open to anywhere. 15 again opened to JA on
schedule, with an unbelievable final 15 minutes - 3 QSO's in the last minute,
with the last-10 rate meter at 203 ! Wow !

Thanks to all for the QSO's and a fun weekend.

Callsign: N2IC
Contest: CQ-WW-SSB
Category: SINGLE-OP ALL HIGH SSB
Operators: N2IC

-------------- Q S O R a t e S u m m a r y --------------
Hour 160 80 40 20 15 10 Total Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------
0000 0 0 0 102 49 0 151 5.8
0100 0 3 19 53 0 0 75 2.9
0200 0 4 29 6 0 0 39 1.5
0300 7 17 1 0 0 0 25 1.0
0400 5 11 7 0 0 0 23 0.9
0500 4 11 9 0 0 0 24 0.9
0600 1 9 9 0 0 0 19 0.7
0700 2 6 17 0 0 0 25 1.0
0800 0 3 23 0 0 0 26 1.0
0900 3 1 27 0 0 0 31 1.2
1000 2 6 23 0 0 0 31 1.2
1100 0 2 57 0 0 0 59 2.3
1200 0 0 30 4 0 0 34 1.3
1300 0 0 2 69 0 0 71 2.7
1400 0 0 0 17 98 0 115 4.4
1500 0 0 0 0 180 0 180 6.9
1600 0 0 0 8 63 0 71 2.7
1700 0 0 0 53 26 0 79 3.0
1800 0 0 0 10 27 23 60 2.3
1900 0 0 0 9 12 11 32 1.2
2000 0 0 1 3 6 22 32 1.2
2100 0 0 0 65 33 0 98 3.8
2200 0 0 0 0 160 0 160 6.1
2300 0 0 0 0 171 0 171 6.6
0000 0 0 0 18 97 0 115 4.4
0100 0 0 6 32 0 0 38 1.5
0200 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0.4
0300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0400 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0800 0 0 18 0 0 0 18 0.7
0900 0 15 22 0 0 0 37 1.4
1000 1 3 23 0 0 0 27 1.0
1100 0 23 10 0 0 0 33 1.3
1200 0 3 4 0 0 0 7 0.3
1300 0 4 0 42 0 0 46 1.8
1400 0 0 0 17 98 0 115 4.4
1500 0 0 0 0 180 0 180 6.9
1600 0 0 0 8 63 0 71 2.7
1700 0 0 0 53 26 0 79 3.0
1800 0 0 0 10 27 23 60 2.3
1900 0 0 0 9 12 11 32 1.2
2000 0 0 1 3 6 22 32 1.2
2100 0 0 0 65 33 0 98 3.8
2200 0 0 0 0 160 0 160 6.1
2300 0 0 0 0 171 0 171 6.6
0000 0 0 0 18 97 0 115 4.4
0100 0 0 6 32 0 0 38 1.5
0200 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0.4
0300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0400 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0800 0 0 18 0 0 0 18 0.7
0900 0 15 22 0 0 0 37 1.4
1000 1 3 23 0 0 0 27 1.0
1100 0 23 10 0 0 0 33 1.3
1200 0 3 4 0 0 0 7 0.3
1300 0 4 0 42 0 0 46 1.8
1400 0 0 0 39 57 0 96 3.7
1500 0 0 0 0 122 0 122 4.7
1600 0 0 0 2 83 1 86 3.3
1700 0 0 0 31 18 0 49 1.9
1800 0 0 0 11 8 2 21 0.8
1900 0 0 0 24 2 3 29 1.1
2000 0 0 0 6 10 13 29 1.1
2100 0 0 0 16 18 2 36 1.4
2200 0 0 0 8 64 0 72 2.8
2300 0 0 0 4 65 0 69 2.6
------------------------------------------------------
Total 25 121 337 642 1369 77 2571

Gross QSO's=2609 Dupes=38 Net QSO's=2571

Unique callsigns worked = 2128

The best 60 minute rate was 182/hour from 1458 to 1557
The best 30 minute rate was 208/hour from 1511 to 1540
The best 10 minute rate was 258/hour from 1529 to 1538

The best 1 minute rates were:
7 QSO's/minute 1 times.
6 QSO's/minute 4 times.
5 QSO's/minute 23 times.
4 QSO's/minute 74 times.
3 QSO's/minute 185 times.
2 QSO's/minute 386 times.
1 QSO's/minute 802 times.

There were 167 bandchanges and 46 probable 2nd radio QSO's.

Number of letters in callsigns
Letters # worked
-----------------
3 28
4 438
5 722
6 1317
7 18
8 31
9 14
10 3

------------ M u l t i p l i e r S u m m a r y ------------
Mult 160 80 40 20 15 10 Total Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------
25 0 18 212 150 514 0 894 34.3
14 0 12 23 107 311 0 453 17.4
15 0 10 17 93 162 0 282 10.8
04 6 18 6 55 60 1 146 5.6
05 2 7 2 19 73 2 105 4.0
08 10 13 15 18 24 13 93 3.6
03 2 8 7 47 23 2 89 3.4
13 0 3 2 13 21 30 69 2.6
11 0 1 2 4 20 18 45 1.7
09 2 5 7 11 10 5 40 1.5
20 0 1 3 8 22 0 34 1.3
16 0 1 2 27 3 0 33 1.3
19 0 1 4 12 9 0 26 1.0
33 0 4 6 4 12 0 26 1.0
07 0 4 2 8 10 1 25 1.0
28 0 0 2 0 20 0 22 0.8
31 0 2 4 5 10 0 21 0.8
24 0 1 1 4 15 0 21 0.8
06 2 4 4 5 3 0 18 0.7
18 0 0 0 16 1 0 17 0.7
12 0 2 2 3 5 4 16 0.6
30 0 1 3 2 9 0 15 0.6
27 0 1 3 0 9 0 13 0.5
32 0 0 0 4 8 0 12 0.5
01 1 0 0 6 2 0 9 0.3
29 0 2 2 0 2 0 6 0.2
02 0 2 1 2 1 0 6 0.2
38 0 0 1 2 3 0 6 0.2
35 0 0 1 3 1 0 5 0.2
40 0 0 1 2 2 0 5 0.2
17 0 0 1 4 0 0 5 0.2
36 0 0 1 1 1 1 4 0.2
23 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0.1
37 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0.1
26 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0.1
10 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.0
34 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.0
21 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.0
------------------------------------------------------
Total 25 121 337 642 1369 77 2571

Multi-band QSO's
----------------
1 bands 1838
2 bands 196
3 bands 58
4 bands 20
5 bands 9
6 bands 7

The following stations were worked on 6 bands:

6Y2Z 8P9R WP2Z PJ2T P40A V26B
8P1A

----- S i n g l e B a n d Q S O ' s -----
Band 160 80 40 20 15 10
----------------------------------------------
QSOs 8 46 193 430 1118 43
 
W4WS(@KG4NEP)   M/S HP   3,488,1002005-10-31 08:16:15
We topped out best band totals on 160, 80 and 40--- Had a great time with good
WX but lousy 10/15 condx.
The group continues to grow as we had 2 new operators in the chairs. Lots to
talk about for NEXT year!
Did notice that Writelog scored WP2Z as a zero pointer- we'll fix that.
Network/computers did fine, no major explosions. More later.
Go PVRC!
Henry, W2DZO
 
KF9YR   SOAB(A) HP   554,1062005-10-31 08:26:08
10 meters really was a Black Hole from my QTH this year, heard very few
signals... I put up a 40 meter dipole the second evening and worked a few
stations in the zoo down there since 20 seemed to die early here.
 
F6KFA   M/S LP   85,9322005-10-31 08:55:13
Good propagation on 21MHZ with the far east and the west indies
 
NV8N(N8RY)   SOSB/20 LP   153,3032005-10-31 08:57:26
Once again I had fun operating in the CQWW contest. 20 died out on my shortly
after the start of the contest, but picked up on saturday and sunday. Hard
calling cq, so about 98% of my contacts were from S&P. Had fun, cant wait till
Sweeps. Wish it wasnt scheduled for the first weekend of deer season tho.
Thanks to everyone who pulled me out of the mud.

73 de NV8N
 
K5PTC   M/2 HP   2,579,2622005-10-31 09:01:13
The plan this year was to enter in the Multi-single class as we have for the
past 7 years. With the band conditions as they are, in the final 10 minutes
before the contest started, Mike, K5UO, and I decided to try M2. Why -
simple... to increase the level of activity for the op on station 2. This
turned out to be a good idea, especially as we had both stations staffed for
the entire 48 hours. Our total score is not great, but hey.... we are in
South Texas and at the bottom of the sun spot cycle. What we did have again
this year was a good time.

We did manage to have a few events during the contest. About 1/2 hr in, the
computer on station 2 decided to crash with a network violation. After a
reboot and restart of WriteLog off we went again. This only happened once
during the contest so not sure if it was related to my recent upgrade to 10.55
or just a fluke. Then on Sunday afternoon we had a quick power failure.
This
was more interesting as everything crashed. ( I know... where is the UPS? )
This time both computers, modem, router/switch, software and networking had to

be restarted. Thanks to WriteLog's wonderful power fail capabilities no Qs
were lost and we were once again on our way. As the power failure happened
at
the exact time the Texans scored a touch down and went ahead of the Browns -
and... eventually went on to win their first game of the year, I think the two

events were related. I doubt if the linkage will ever be proved.

Thanks to the DX stations that kept with us on 160 and 75 until they got our
call and exchange info. Congrats to all the entries with those BIG scores.

Now the sad and happy news. All good things do come to an end and, if you are

lucky, new doors are opened that be followed by new and exciting adventures.
The first CQ-WW from my Conroe,Texas QTH was in October 1999 after moving from

MA to TX. In June 2006 my wife Laurie ( N1YXU ) and I will be moving to
Chapel Hill, NC, so this was the last CQ-WW-SSB from our Texas QTH. We will
indeed miss our good friends and fellow hams but are looking forward to
becoming part of the East Coast IRON CURTAIN ! I doubt if we will be totally

on-the-air by October 2006, but we hope to have a couple of the towers started

and perhaps a few antennas up by then. I have already been in contact with
some of the local PVRC Hams in the area and they are awaiting our arrival to
help with the tower and antenna setup and - hopefully - contesting and
operating !! The new house is already under construction and we have about 1

1/2 acres cleared ready for the towers. Keep you ears open next fall for
N1LN/4.

73 for now - see you this weekend in ARRL - SS.

Bruce - N1LN
( K5PTC - Pesky Texan Contesters )
 
C4M(5B4AGM)   SOSB/160 HP   42,5702005-10-31 09:13:04
Commetns: QRNNNN,QRMMM....
Rig: ICOM-706
2 phased Vertical 33m, beverige 160m (not help from spark). To excuse
5Z4DZ - sorry,even with -20db attn. level of noise remain S5-7

73 to all contester!
Ben, 5B4AGM, EU1AA
 
KTØR   M/2 HP   1,607,7602005-10-31 09:16:11
Well. another great contest season has started. Bands started out rather poor.
But, the low A and K indexes really made 80 and 160 nice and quiet. Always
surprised what can work on low bands. Thanks to all that heard us.
15 meters was a surprise in this time in the cycle. However 10 was weak, no
Europe and only really opened at gratline to South America.

Thanks to all that called in and thanks to the guys for coming over and making
the event a great time.

See you all in SS and CQWW CW.

Vry 73 Dave KT0R
 
LY7Z   M/2 HP   8,200,0002005-10-31 09:16:59
Rigs:
1. FT1000MP + ACOM 2000A
2. TS850S/T + ACOM 2000A
Ants: 5 towers with 65 elements, verticals, dipoles

Remarks:
We called our category M/1.5 not M/2 because second radio was S&P'ing 80% of
the
time.
160m was good with 10 USA QSO's first morning and some DX from Africa.
80m more North America QSO's than on 40m.
40m was good to USA first few hours, but very bad Sunday morning.
20m was "money" band with good USA pileup both days. Second evening very good
opening to West Coast.
15m was very good to JA on Saturday as well as on Sunday. It's a pitty but
no any Zone 3 on 15m this year.
We spent only part time on 10m just to test our new 5L H frame YAGI.
This antenna works very good.
Thanks everybody for QSO's and hope to operate more seriuosly in CW part.
M/2 of course!

Continent statistics:
160 80 40 20 15 10 TOTAL
NA 15 164 147 989 325 0 1640
SA 0 5 23 28 37 0 93
EU 418 650 616 803 308 142 2937
AF 4 5 11 22 25 9 76
AS 33 35 94 251 516 98 1027
OC 0 1 14 23 36 6 80
73! Andy LY2TA
 
NE9Z   SOAB HP   231,1102005-10-31 09:18:02
10 meters was nil all during contest here in northwest Wyoming. Did not try 160
meters. Considering the propagation was not that good; since, we are
approaching the bottom of this 11 year cycle, it was a good contest for me. Had
a 1&1/2 hour power outage in the area from heavy wet snow Sunday around 1900Z.
 
N3RS   M/2 HP   11,324,5502005-10-31 09:20:23
My thanks to a fine group of operators that kept things humming for the full 48
hours, despite the low solar flux. 10M finally opened a tad to europe on
Sunday. Lots of fun for all. The new stacks worked well and the 80M dipole was
QRV for the entire contest for the first time. Main operators by band were:
160M N3NA
80M N3RD
40M N3RS & W8FJ
20M WA3LRO
15M K9RS & N3RD
10M N2SR

Hope to see you all on CW next month.

73 de Sig
 
CT3YA(@CQ9K)   M/M HP   33,626,8702005-10-31 09:23:55
Operators:
CT3BD CT3DL CT3DZ CT3EE CT3EN CT3HK CT3IA CT3IQ CT3KU CT3KY CT1BOH CT1BOP CT1DIZ
CT4NH OH2KI N6MJ W6NV P43E
 
N3HBX   SOSB/20 HP   774,8162005-10-31 09:26:54
A zoo! Lots of QRM - some inadvertant and some deliberate! Conditions were not
bad though there was deep fading on the path to Europe. At least nothing broke
this time!
 
S57DX   SOSB/20 HP   948,8602005-10-31 09:45:25
MIST "EASY" ZONE 10, ALSO MIST SOME DXCC. QRM WAS TERRIBLE.... IT WAS HARD TO
FIND GOOD FREQ. IT WAS A LOT OF UNFAIR ACTS FROM A WELL KNOWN CONTESTERS! FOR
EXAMPLE: A WELL KNOWN HUNGARIAN M/M STATION JUST JUMP ON MY FREQ AND DONT WANT
TO GO AWAY! HE DONT WANT TO HEAR ME (MY FULL LEGAL PWR WAS NOT ENOUGH???). HE IS
NOT DESERVE TO BE A CONTESTER! SHAME ON YOU!
73 DE S57DX
 
OK1JOC   SOSB/40 QRP   3992005-10-31 10:04:12
rig: FT817, 5Watts, zepp.
 
K5ZD(KM3T)   SOAB HP   6,006,2652005-10-31 10:12:36
Station details at: http://www.k5zd.com

Many thanks to Randy for opening his station to me again. He made it a painless
experience for this guest op! And thanks to Randy's wife Connie, his son
Andrew, and his young daughter Jannelle for putting up with me invading their
home for the weekend.

My late friend Bill Fisher W4AN told me once that I should spend more time as a
single op. I've done two previous SOAB entries in CQWW Phone (1986 @K3ZO's
station and 1995 @K1CA's station). It was time to try again. I learn something
new every time. The learning never stops in this game and that's part of what
makes it so much fun.

Thanks for all the Q's!

73,
Dave KM3T

High points:
- 20/15m rocked Saturday...223 hr on 20 followed by a 250 hour on 15 (includes 5
Q's from a 20->15m band change)
- We do have a propagation advantage here in New England, almost all the time
- SO2R is fun...I get better every time...still need to improve a lot
- Activity in Europe continues to increase...amazing!
- Good opening to JA/Pacific on 15m Sunday afternoon...surprise!
- Only encountered a couple of packet pileups...one of my top 5 reasons to do
SOAB
- Great lowband conditions Friday night...Saturday was OK

Low points:
- Where have all the JA's gone?
- Missed 10 meters :-( As Randy has been known to say...there's no meters like
10 meters.
- QRM on 20/15 was wall to wall. Wow.


QSO/ZN+DX by hour and band

Hour 160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm OffT

D1-0000Z --+-- --+-- 44/20 22/17 --+-- --+-- 66/37 66/37
D1-0100Z - 12/16 68/24 4/2 - - 84/42 150/79
D1-0200Z - 59/28 19/2 - - - 78/30 228/109
D1-0300Z 17/18 29/6 10/2 - - - 56/26 284/135
D1-0400Z 11/6 16/5 4/0 8/2 - - 39/13 323/148
D1-0500Z 2/2 39/6 9/6 - - - 50/14 373/162
D1-0600Z 3/2 47/3 10/7 - - - 60/12 433/174
D1-0700Z 5/4 10/3 14/13 2/2 - - 31/22 464/196
D1-0800Z 2/1 7/7 20/16 1/0 --+-- --+-- 30/24 494/220
D1-0900Z - - 41/4 8/10 - - 49/14 543/234
D1-1000Z 1/1 4/0 12/1 81/29 - - 98/31 641/265
D1-1100Z - - - 223/23 - - 223/23 864/288
D1-1200Z - - - 5/0 246/46 - 251/46 1115/334
D1-1300Z - - - - 103/4 9/11 112/15 1227/349
D1-1400Z - - - - 132/2 9/8 141/10 1368/359
D1-1500Z - - - 2/2 145/22 5/5 152/29 1520/388
D1-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 31/5 69/4 4/4 104/13 1624/401
D1-1700Z - - - 97/5 15/10 - 112/15 1736/416
D1-1800Z - - - 120/12 3/3 - 123/15 1859/431
D1-1900Z - - - 88/7 1/1 - 89/8 1948/439
D1-2000Z - - - 20/3 8/5 34/14 62/22 2010/461
D1-2100Z - - - 56/12 11/5 - 67/17 2077/478
D1-2200Z - 2/1 30/3 24/5 1/0 - 57/9 2134/487
D1-2300Z - 5/0 19/2 2/0 - - 26/2 2160/489
D2-0000Z 1/1 11/1 34/3 --+-- --+-- --+-- 46/5 2206/494
D2-0100Z 2/2 15/1 9/1 - - - 26/4 2232/498
D2-0200Z 11/4 12/1 - - - - 23/5 2255/503
D2-0300Z 1/0 6/0 - - - - 7/0 2262/503
44
D2-0400Z - 2/0 3/0 - - - 5/0 2267/503
48
D2-0500Z 4/0 11/2 1/1 - - - 16/3 2283/506
D2-0600Z 1/2 31/0 4/4 4/3 - - 40/9 2323/515
D2-0700Z - 3/3 74/4 - - - 77/7 2400/522
D2-0800Z --+-- 1/2 29/0 --+-- --+-- --+-- 30/2 2430/524
D2-0900Z - 1/1 2/3 13/0 - - 16/4 2446/528
D2-1000Z - - 5/3 40/0 - - 45/3 2491/531
D2-1100Z - - - 47/2 24/0 - 71/2 2562/533
D2-1200Z - - - 29/4 69/5 - 98/9 2660/542
D2-1300Z - - - 2/1 66/0 15/5 83/6 2743/548
D2-1400Z - - - - 83/4 4/4 87/8 2830/556
D2-1500Z - - - 1/0 117/1 - 118/1 2948/557
D2-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 7/1 75/3 --+-- 82/4 3030/561
D2-1700Z - - - 42/2 37/5 - 79/7 3109/568
D2-1800Z - - - 64/2 4/1 - 68/3 3177/571
D2-1900Z - - - 66/2 3/0 6/6 75/8 3252/579
D2-2000Z - - - 89/3 3/3 - 92/6 3344/585
D2-2100Z - - - 48/6 6/6 - 54/12 3398/597
D2-2200Z - - 11/0 18/5 15/5 - 44/10 3442/607
D2-2300Z - 8/0 6/0 3/0 - - 17/0 3459/607

Total: 61/43 331/86 478/119 1267/167 1236/135 86/57

Continent Summary:
160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total %

NA 32 43 37 128 45 29 314 9.1
EU 24 277 397 956 1119 22 2795 80.8
SA 3 6 15 43 26 30 123 3.6
AF 2 3 9 21 15 4 54 1.6
AS 0 2 9 104 23 1 139 4.0
OC 0 0 11 15 8 0 34 1.0
 
OR5N(@ON6UQ)   M/S HP   222,3772005-10-31 10:21:05
JUST WORKED ON 20M BAND WITH 400WATTS IN TO A 4EL MONO YAGI
 
NN3W(@N3HBX)   SOAB HP   3,456,9352005-10-31 10:27:07
Thanks very much to John N3HBX for letting me op his excellent station. John
went down to Poolsville to operate from the farm and his home QTH was
available.

Conditions were interesting. Decent Friday night, good on Saturday on 15 and
20, not too hot on the low bands on Saturday night, and quite good on 15 and 20
on Sunday. I caught the 10 meter southern Europe "whisper" opening Sunday
morning and racked up on zones on mults. 15 and 20 were horrendously crowded
with stations calling CQ from 14150 to 14349.50 and 21201 to 21448. If you
didn't get a frequency early or couldn't stand 3 layers of stations, you were
not going to survive running.

Frankly, I'm rather disappointed with my score. After coming off of a win in
the ARRL DX, I decided to move up a rank to the HP category. Wow. What a
difference in what is a different formatted contest. I'm probably also being
fully educated on east coast running which is very different from the Left
coast.

I overslept on Sunday so I missed a lot of the morning EU work on 40 and the
Asia 40 run. Daylight savings threw me off by one hour. I had good runs on 20
and 15, until John's DX-3 amplifier blew up. That shook my confidence and I was
a real tenderfoot with the Alpha 91 and the Yaesu VL1000 as I think blowing up
all three linears would not have boded well for me.

Should have taken more opportunity of CQing on Friday night on 80 meters. That
Q score should be well above 250 with a 2 element beam.

Finally, I S&Ped way too much which forced me to go into what John calls "terra
incognito" (i.e., 14345 and 21435) to run when I did decide to run on 15 and
20.

On the flip side, John's station is VERY loud and there was probably not more
than a couple pileups where I had to call more than 4 or 5 times. When 5Z4DD
had his horrendous pile on 20 on Sunday, I droped my call in twice and got him;
same with V51Wm I also enjoyed working the 9V and JAS over the Europeans on
Sunday morning.

Finally, I got comfortable a "real" SO2R set-up via the WX0B hardware after a
good work in period. Running SO2R on 40 and 80 with both bands split is a major
challenge.

Will do better next year...
 
N7IR   SOSB/160 QRP   902005-10-31 10:28:18
New zone 3 record in this rather insane category.
73
Gary, N7IR
 
W5GN   SOAB(A) HP   1,631,7282005-10-31 10:32:11
As usual, worked only spots, no runs.
New sloper for 160/80 produced some results,
but 10 meters never opened to Europe:

160 80 40 20 15 10

2004 Qs 0 9 134 340 450 515
2005 Qs 9 26 161 456 474 109

As always, East Coast opening to 10 meters never happened here;
only zones 4, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, and 36 were worked on 10.

73

Barry
 
W9RE   SOAB HP   4,389,9102005-10-31 10:34:48
Comments and story later!
 
AA1K   SOAB HP   4,450,7522005-10-31 10:37:36
Great conditions overall -- even a fair European opening on 10 meters Sunday
morning.

The 20-meter 3-stack of 204BAs on a 30-meter tower worked well to separate
signals coming in at various wave-angles. The high-angle combo of top and bottom
antennas and the single bottom often made western European and VE signals really
stand out from the crowd, or null out QRM from other stations near the
frequency.

The 40-meter 3-el HyGain yagi rotated fine the first few hours but when I moved
it south and then tried to bring it back on Europe (45 degrees heading), it
would only come back to due East. Took the spotlight out and it looked like a
2-meter yagi above it had tilted and snagged the 40-meter boom guy-wire support.
So the 40-meter stayed due East the rest of the weekend.

Late Saturday afternoon I had some S-9 line noise from the north on 20 and 15
meters. This must be a real noise generator since the only power lines that
direction are at least a mile away. No doubt lost some JA and other Asian Q's
while this persisted. Something else to track down.

Station details at www.aa1k.us.
 
XE2AUB   SOAB LP   230,1262005-10-31 10:53:05
Team Contesting: DXXE-1
 
ON4WW   SOSB/160 HP   144,4332005-10-31 10:58:01
KL7RA clg me on sideband, waw ! A Finnish station clg me from EA8 for a new
mult, waw ! He was /mobile...and it took me 5 minutes to get his call.
This was a fun contest, especially because most stations were courteous. If you
asked to qsy if they came up and caused qrm, they did. I hope this good spirit
continues for the rest of the season.
73 - Mark - on4ww.
 
VE7SV   M/2 HP   5,147,6852005-10-31 10:59:16
Low band conditions not as good as in the weeks prior
to the contest. Absence of 10 meters and limited 15 meters
make it a struggle in M2 from VE7. We had fun!!! Thanks to
all who called to say hello.
 
K1GU   SOAB(A) HP   1,049,8242005-10-31 11:01:49
I did not expect to have as much time to operate as I did. Consequently, I
spent too much time DXing, experimenting with antennas and the voice keyer,
giving out zero point Qs on 10m, and I was lazy and used the packet. Also,
conditions were much beter than expected so had I known before hand I would have
made a more serious attempt.

The NCCC Thursday Sprints must have done something as an unidentified operator
at 6Y2Z called me by name a few times.

Inrad Roofing Filter for MP definitely worthwhile for SSB.

TU

Ned, K1GU
 
K1BX   SOAB(A) LP   1,601,4962005-10-31 11:24:02
FT-847

160 - 500' Beverage - xmit&rcv
80 - inVee inTree 50'
40 - dipole sloping NE
20-10 A3 @ 60'

ran only once for 5 QSOs

no line noise, RFI, or sunspots

N1MM logger is awesome
 
S54K(@S59EHI)   M/S HP   517,7322005-10-31 11:51:39
First club activity after lost of our contest location. We were working from our
radio club in our city with only 3el. 3 band beam and FD4 dipol. ICOM IC-746PRO
and old FL-2277B (500W) did quite a good job.

CU in next fight :)

Vy 73 de Alex, S50DX
 
K7RL   SOAB HP   2,799,5032005-10-31 11:57:01
 
EA3AKY   SOAB(A) HP   1,131,5152005-10-31 12:12:03
My first WW in SSB after mni years in CW. I started the contest as SOSB40, and
after 90 minutes and 25 qsos i saw it was impossible to run calling with the 2
el. of the C4sxl and the ACOM100 due to the vy high qrm. So i decided to enjoy
the contest working all bands and DXing.

10 mtrs was the surprise with 60 stations worked in USA / VE on sunday
afternoon, wow ! i dind't expected to have such conditions. 15 mtrs quite good,
working well into W6/W7/VE7. 20 mtrs were not very good as they closed more or
less at same time than 15 mtrs. 40 mtrs "the impossible band" : heavy qrm, all
EU band full of very qro stations calling cq on top of other qro stations
calling cq.... what a disaster !, using the cw band down to 7000 !!!!!, not a
good example at all. I spent most time there listening and trying to work the DX
to Asia and Oceania being at the back of all other europeans.....

Thanks everybody for the qsos and see you in the cw contest.

Rig: IC765PROII + ACOM1000
Ant: C4SXL @ 20 mtrs agl
 
K3EST   M/S HP   4,260,6282005-10-31 12:17:41
73, Phil KT3Y
 
SMØP(SMØPSO)   SOSB/40 HP   348,4802005-10-31 12:27:21
This was propably the first and last time I participated in the zoo that was
called 40 M SSB. ;-) Thanks to all who took the time to give me a call.
 
OL7R   M/S HP   5,707,6482005-10-31 12:28:00
We had problems with broken relay in the PA for 15m on saturday. We didn heard
many stations.Sorry. See you in the CW part.
Information about our sation and actual setup: www.OL7R.net
 
DM5T(DHØGHU)   SOAB(A) HP   518,9882005-10-31 12:36:08
Rig:
TenTec ORION, ACOM1000
40m-10m: 2x10m Inverted V Doublet @10m
80m/10m: Inverted-L for 80m
160m: ca. 34m end-fed wire, 3m to 7m low(high).

Condx were O.K. respecting the fact that we are near to the minimum of the
actual solar cycle: No NA on 10m, no Zone 3 on 15m, and it's been a hard job to
get throug the QRM wall on 20m with nothing more than a dipole antenna low above
ground.

The new "short" DL callsigns such as DM5T seem to be still unusual for many OPs,
much too often, I've been asked to repeat the missing suffix letter...

73 and see you all during WAEDC-RTTY and CQWWDX-CW,
Ulrich, DH0GHU
 
NI7T   M/S HP   1,096,1252005-10-31 12:49:42
Great Fun! We were pleased with our first effort from Central Utah at our new
contest station. Didn't expect much with the propagation predictions but, were
suprised at the openings we experienced.
 
WD5K   SOAB LP   896,8522005-10-31 13:13:17
FT1000mp 100w
TH7DX @ 50ft
40m Dipole
80m Inv V
 
TF3W   M/S HP   623,7452005-10-31 13:20:58
Amplifier broke down b4 start and the output of the spare one was just a modest
500W. With that we even managed to get some pileups. 20M were overloading the
rig at Sunday, and hard to get through. Highlights were working ZL on 40m at
1056 Sunday morning. Rig used: FT1000MP, FL2100B, Force 12 C-3, Hustler 6BTV.
 
XE2AC   SOAB(A) HP   1,403,6902005-10-31 13:25:23
- The target was to get an over-optimistic goal of 2,000 QSOs'and 2 Megs.
The reality was a different story... (only 100K points more)
Only managed to break the 1,500 Q's barrier,with an 11% on DXCC improvement

with a handicap of 4% less zones worked. The difference was made due to
more EU 3 points on 20M.

- The shortage of Q's were attributable to:
1) No SO2R this year.
2) Lack of 10M propagation(more on this later),and
3) Being exahusted after a heavy week of
business related activity.

- Worked unique DXCC entities:
AF 13
AS 11
EU 47
NA 29
OC 12
SA 18
---
Total 130



- DXCC entities worked by band:
10 15 20 40 80 160
--- --- --- --- --- ---
AF 5 9 8 3 0 0
AS 0 6 8 2 0 0
EU 0 40 43 17 0 0
NA 12 24 26 13 5 2
OC 0 12 3 2 1 0
SA 10 12 18 8 0 0


- The best 1 minute rates were:
7 QSO's/minute 1 times.
6 QSO's/minute 4 times.
5 QSO's/minute 30 times.
4 QSO's/minute 54 times.
3 QSO's/minute 95 times.
2 QSO's/minute 174 times.

- The best 60 minute rates were:
203/hour from 2339 to 0038
230/hour from 0037 to 0106
276/hour from 0041 to 0050

- Band by band comments:

10M: Wow! what a brutal difference from ayer ago;
four times less Q's; 3 times less countries and zones.
Mr. Sun let us know where we are on the cycle;
.
2004 2005
---- ----
QSO's 476 76
DXCC 103 27
Zones 29 12


15M: Better than anticicpated, DXCC worked; it produced a
modest improvement versus last year's band results.

20M: The money band -also DXCC, although faced a continuous battle
with an -elbow to elbow- congested band.

40M: The "bizarre" world of the bands; despite being tossed out
frequently on the split frequencies, it resulted on a 25 %
improvement.

80M: Just grabbed what the urban noise could let me work.

160M: ....just a wall noise ( I will get an RX loop)


Courtesy of the cbr report:

Callsign: XE2AC
Contest: CQ-WW-SSB
Category: SINGLE-OP-ASSISTED ALL HIGH SSB
Operators: XE2AC

-------------- Q S O R a t e S u m m a r y --------------
Hour 160 80 40 20 15 10 Total Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------
0000 0 0 0 124 0 0 124 8.1
0100 0 0 3 44 16 0 63 4.1
0200 1 2 6 9 0 0 18 1.2
0300 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0.1
0400 0 0 17 0 0 0 17 1.1
0500 0 0 28 0 0 0 28 1.8
0600 2 1 14 0 0 0 17 1.1
0700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1200 0 2 3 0 0 0 5 0.3
1300 0 0 3 2 38 0 43 2.8
1400 0 0 0 0 91 0 91 6.0
1500 0 0 0 0 13 15 28 1.8
1600 0 0 0 23 10 0 33 2.2
1700 0 0 0 0 49 6 55 3.6
1800 0 0 0 14 83 0 97 6.3
1900 0 0 0 17 20 19 56 3.7
2000 0 0 0 7 4 12 23 1.5
2100 0 0 0 1 9 0 10 0.7
2200 0 0 0 1 22 0 23 1.5
2300 0 0 0 78 47 0 125 8.2
0000 0 0 0 172 0 0 172 11.3
0100 0 0 1 1 2 0 4 0.3
0200 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0.2
0300 0 0 10 0 0 0 10 0.7
0400 0 1 14 0 0 0 15 1.0
0500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
0900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
1100 0 4 1 0 0 0 5 0.3
1200 0 0 76 0 0 0 76 5.0
1300 0 0 0 15 15 0 30 2.0
1400 0 0 0 7 56 0 63 4.1
1500 0 0 0 0 7 0 7 0.5
1600 0 0 0 16 4 4 24 1.6
1700 0 0 0 0 47 8 55 3.6
1800 0 0 0 14 6 3 23 1.5
1900 0 0 0 25 1 4 30 2.0
2000 0 0 0 13 14 4 31 2.0
2100 0 0 0 8 1 1 10 0.7
2200 0 0 0 55 1 0 56 3.7
2300 0 0 2 3 34 0 39 2.6
------------------------------------------------------
Total 3 10 183 649 590 76 1511

Gross QSO's=1528 Dupes=17 Net QSO's=1511

Unique callsigns worked = 1250

The best 60 minute rate was 203/hour from 2339 to 0038
The best 30 minute rate was 230/hour from 0037 to 0106
The best 10 minute rate was 276/hour from 0041 to 0050

The best 1 minute rates were:
7 QSO's/minute 1 times.
6 QSO's/minute 4 times.
5 QSO's/minute 30 times.
4 QSO's/minute 54 times.
3 QSO's/minute 95 times.
2 QSO's/minute 174 times.
1 QSO's/minute 481 times.

There were 72 bandchanges and 5 probable 2nd radio QSO's.

Number of letters in callsigns
Letters # worked
-----------------
3 11
4 636
5 506
6 327
7 12
8 7
9 9
10 3

------------ M u l t i p l i e r S u m m a r y ------------
Mult 160 80 40 20 15 10 Total Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------
04 1 4 57 174 104 3 343 22.4
05 0 0 37 109 119 1 266 17.4
03 1 2 23 110 77 0 213 13.9
14 0 0 18 37 80 0 135 8.8
25 0 0 6 71 38 0 115 7.5
15 0 0 10 34 50 0 94 6.2
13 0 0 2 20 16 25 63 4.1
08 0 2 8 17 20 13 60 3.9
11 0 0 1 13 12 11 37 2.4
09 0 0 5 11 10 8 34 2.2
33 0 0 4 4 7 4 19 1.2
07 0 0 2 9 4 0 15 1.0
12 0 0 1 2 3 7 13 0.9
06 1 1 3 4 2 1 12 0.8
31 0 1 0 3 7 0 11 0.7
20 0 0 3 3 3 0 9 0.6
16 0 0 0 4 4 0 8 0.5
30 0 0 1 0 6 0 7 0.5
35 0 0 0 3 2 1 6 0.4
28 0 0 1 2 3 0 6 0.4
32 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 0.3
10 0 0 1 2 2 0 5 0.3
02 0 0 0 4 1 0 5 0.3
27 0 0 0 1 4 0 5 0.3
01 0 0 0 3 1 0 4 0.3
24 0 0 0 1 3 0 4 0.3
36 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0.2
40 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 0.2
21 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0.1
38 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0.1
29 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0.1
37 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0.1
17 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.1
19 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.1
23 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.1
------------------------------------------------------
Total 3 10 183 649 590 76 1511

Multi-band QSO's
----------------
1 bands 1045
2 bands 158
3 bands 39
4 bands 7
5 bands 1
6 bands 0

----- S i n g l e B a n d Q S O ' s -----
Band 160 80 40 20 15 10
----------------------------------------------
QSOs 2 6 103 471 424 39
 
W6YI   SOAB(A) HP   2,302,3412005-10-31 13:44:20
It's amazing what happens with this contest with the sunspot number at 72 and
all the activity that happens, great going everyone.
 
EA5DFV   SOAB HP   1,446,6062005-10-31 13:50:53
Only for fun this time. Mostly cqing, and I was happy to find marginal openings
on 10m to EU and USA. I lose the good hours for 20m, but I enjoy the sunday
evening on 15m. And it was a "pleasure" to fight on 40m.

Thanks for the QSO.

73 de Jose
 
G4FKA   SOAB LP   108,5002005-10-31 14:18:16
Usual casual entry. This time decided to concentrate on 21MHz search and pounce,
but keep a watching ear on 28 as well. Pleased to work a few new DXCCs on 21 and
also caught a few in the Sunday opening across the Atlantic on 28.

IC-706MkIIG, 100w, usual wet string up the oak tree.
 
K8MN   SOAB HP   1,011,7162005-10-31 14:22:25
Call: K8MN
Category: Single Operator
Power: High Power
Band: All Band
Mode: SSB
Country: United States
Zone: 05

BAND QSO QSO PTS PTS/QSO ZONES COUNTRIES


160 34 74 2.18 9 19
80 63 160 2.54 12 34
40 162 461 2.85 22 70
20 234 683 2.92 17 68
15 319 903 2.83 26 83
10 96 261 2.72 12 26
---------------------------------------------------

Totals 908 2542 2.80 98 300 => 1,011,716



All reports sent were 59, unless otherwise noted.

Equipment Description: Ten-Tec Orion, Titan 425 amp, Cushcraft X-9 @ 52', 80m
inverted
vee@ 50', 80m inverted L at 60', 160m inverted L @ 65', Cushcraft 2 el 40m yagi
at 70',
585' 80/160m beverage firing north

Comments: My first chance to try nearly a full WW in many years. A nice 15m
run on Sunday afternoon provided a nice boost to the score. Short 40m runs
helped as well. The rest was mostly s&p. The quiet offered by our little spot
on a rural West Virginia hilltop was a blessing.

Dave Heil
 
YT6Y   SOSB/160 HP   117,3122005-10-31 14:24:46
This band was completely mistery for me, and now I know why ones calls it TOP
band.
I'm very glad for spending nice time in contest, glad for every QSO I made, for
being sleeples three nights :)
Thaks everyone, thanks all NA and SA stations for patience.
CU next year here again.
Definitely!
73 de Dragan, YT6Y
 
KB1H   M/M HP   5,349,4732005-10-31 14:27:27
Still needing to find a few new operators our
original plan was to only be M/2. Not wanting
to deny anyone a chance to operate we decided
to do a 3 station M/M. We were overdue for our
share of problems! The first four hours was spent
trying to repair any one of three amplifiers we
had for Station #3. Eventually we found what was
wrong with two but no parts to fix either. That
meant most of the time Station #3 was running at
the most 200 Watts. We did get the Kenwood TL-922
working only on 40 Meters so that did help the
second night. Contesting (especially SSB) is no fun
barefoot! At final count Station #3 accounted for
only 453 additional QSOs.

The station wasn't used much this summer so quite a
few problems popped up. We have some antenna checking
to do before CQWWDX CW. Maybe we can find a few more
operators also. CW seems to be easy to fill the seats.

I have to thank the crew who do operate this weekend and
especially N1GKI who took on the task of being our IT
team. The network and N1MM ran flawless.

Thanks for the QSOs and we will do better in CQWW DX CW.
 
OZ7X(@OZ5KF)   SOAB HP   3,622,1582005-10-31 14:38:02
cond not too good. 10 m almost dead and no opening til westcoast USA/Canada on
15.
But I did better than my own danish record from 1978 ; 3.186.303 points.

See you next year

73
Kristian oz7x/oz5kf
 
GØAEV   SOSB/10 HP   65,2472005-10-31 14:45:50
Lost 2 hours of peak operating time to high QRN from an arcing power line
insulator - otherwise conditions better than I had hoped! Nice but short 10m
opening to the States on Sunday - but why did I have so many (14%) duplicate
QSOs from US callers?
 
N2CU   SOAB HP   61,1162005-10-31 15:20:55
Just passin' out a few Q's. Didn't get on for any European openings.
 
CN2R(W7EJ)   SOSB/40 HP   1,655,6382005-10-31 15:21:31
Station played well. First time with 3 rotating 40M yagis.
Condx were OK to pacific but down to UA0 and UA9, from previous years.
Nearly all QSOs were made by listening on two 160M beverages and two 4 direction
K9AY antennas.
The K9AY antennas worked very well after adding some 2 Meter long ground rods.
Listening on the transmit yagis was useless due to the S9 + 20 or more QRM from
Europe.

40M SSB is a Zoo! Last 2 contests have been SOSB efforts on 40M and I am tired
of the Frequency police, jammers, whistlers, blowers into Microphone and above
all very very loud signals from Southern Europe on such a small band.

For the BAND PLAN advocates, I suggest taking a 2 day holiday on the next CQWW
SSB. It seems it is OK for the CQWW CW test to fill the 40M phone band with CW
but the reverse is a big problem for these Police. The current BAND PLAN is
useful when there is no major contest weekend. During the major contests their
are thousands of radiomen who need space on 40M. I do not see why we have to be
restricted to 60% of the band during CQWW to allow a few 100 radiomen to have a
clear CW band.

Most of the police used SSB to Jam but the polite jammers used CW to call
endless CQs on my frequencies.

The Jammers need to form their own organization to allow coordination of the
jamming. At times I had 5 jammers all together on my frequency. This is a waste
of good jamming talent! It is unfair to me. Good jamming talent is waisted when
they jam at the same time. This poor jamming technique allows me to make QSOs
when they take a pause. They need to synchronize and organize and avoid all
duplicate jamming and they need to make sure that all stations below 7040 are
jammed equally. Who knows, perhaps CQ could give a category for top JAMMER! If
this category is popular then they could add other categories like assisted
jamming, team jamming, low power jamming ...

Thanks to everyone who QSOed me in the test. If you called and I did not answer,
I apologise for not working you, maybe next time

Jim CN2R, W7EJ
 
M7Z(G3VHB)   SOSB/20 HP   967,2432005-10-31 15:37:26
TT Orion
C31XR at 120 foot

One of these years I am going to be able to get thru Saturday without
having to take some time off for work! Missed 34,10 and 29!
 
XE2K   SOAB HP   2,762,1952005-10-31 16:02:31
THANKS TO ALL THAT CALL AND MAKE POSSIBLE THE QSO AND THIS SCORE.
 
VE7VR   SOAB HP   165,8342005-10-31 16:10:47
The polar path was pretty much blocked but it was fun as usual.
 
K4ZW   SOAB HP   5,123,3362005-10-31 16:15:32
Hour 160M 80M 40M 20M 15M 10M Total Cumm
OffTime

D1-0000Z --+-- 2/4 16/21 32/29 4/4 --+-- 54/58 54/58
D1-0100Z - 42/27 14/9 17/5 - - 73/41 127/99
D1-0200Z - 9/3 71/26 - - - 80/29 207/128
D1-0300Z 19/20 18/6 6/0 12/4 - - 55/30 262/158
D1-0400Z 3/3 64/7 6/1 - - - 73/11 335/169
D1-0500Z 9/7 9/0 8/3 - - - 26/10 361/179
D1-0600Z - 35/1 11/2 - - - 46/3 407/182
D1-0700Z - 12/7 34/9 1/1 - - 47/17 454/199
D1-0800Z --+-- 9/11 49/8 4/3 --+-- --+-- 62/22 516/221
D1-0900Z 6/5 3/1 9/3 2/2 - - 20/11 536/232
D1-1000Z 1/0 3/1 15/7 5/5 - - 24/13 560/245
D1-1100Z - 3/2 - 65/29 - - 68/31 628/276
D1-1200Z - - - 18/5 148/41 - 166/46 794/322
D1-1300Z - - - - 193/14 3/6 196/20 990/342
D1-1400Z - - - - 168/10 - 168/10 1158/352
D1-1500Z - - - 8/1 143/9 - 151/10 1309/362
D1-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 44/3 76/4 --+-- 120/7 1429/369
D1-1700Z - - - 108/6 14/7 - 122/13 1551/382
D1-1800Z - - - 92/7 23/15 - 115/22 1666/404
D1-1900Z - - - 99/8 8/3 7/8 114/19 1780/423
D1-2000Z - - - 16/0 - 62/21 78/21 1858/444
D1-2100Z - - - 20/10 22/4 1/1 43/15 1901/459
D1-2200Z 2/2 1/0 - 2/0 7/7 - 12/9 1913/468
D1-2300Z 5/5 - - 13/12 - - 18/17 1931/485
D2-0000Z 1/1 1/0 --+-- 31/3 --+-- --+-- 33/4 1964/489
D2-0100Z - - 20/5 19/0 - - 39/5 2003/494
D2-0200Z 5/1 9/2 - 8/0 - - 22/3 2025/497
D2-0300Z 1/1 8/3 - - - - 9/4 2034/501
31
D2-0400Z 3/1 - - - - - 3/1 2037/502
47
D2-0500Z 3/2 18/1 - - - - 21/3 2058/505
D2-0600Z - 10/0 29/2 1/0 - - 40/2 2098/507
D2-0700Z 2/1 10/2 19/0 1/1 - - 32/4 2130/511
D2-0800Z --+-- --+-- 52/0 --+-- --+-- --+-- 52/0 2182/511
D2-0900Z - 1/2 48/5 - - - 49/7 2231/518
D2-1000Z - 1/0 10/3 - - - 11/3 2242/521
D2-1100Z - 3/3 1/2 15/3 - - 19/8 2261/529
D2-1200Z - - - 9/1 122/0 3/4 134/5 2395/534
D2-1300Z - - - - 115/1 18/10 133/11 2528/545
D2-1400Z - - - - 71/1 3/3 74/4 2602/549
D2-1500Z - - - 5/2 60/1 - 65/3 2667/552
D2-1600Z --+-- --+-- --+-- 59/2 2/0 --+-- 61/2 2728/554
D2-1700Z - - - 50/2 15/1 - 65/3 2793/557
D2-1800Z - - - 22/2 4/0 3/3 29/5 2822/562
D2-1900Z - - - 84/1 6/1 1/2 91/4 2913/566
D2-2000Z - - - 53/0 2/3 1/1 56/4 2969/570
D2-2100Z - - 1/0 11/2 17/3 2/0 31/5 3000/575
D2-2200Z - 2/0 1/1 11/2 9/5 - 23/8 3023/583
D2-2300Z 2/0 4/0 8/3 3/1 3/0 - 20/4 3043/587

Total: 62/49 277/83 428/110 940/1521232/134 104/59
 
WI7F   SOAB LP   48,1582005-10-31 17:07:22
the total qso oints was 398 better conditions then i expected and good for a
100 watt rig and wire antennas, as wind was forecast i did not put up my F-12
low profile tower and kept it below my roof line. was fun but spent too long
trying to ge into china, and the far east . Hard to break pileups with 100 watts
and wire dipoles at 35 feet..good contest looking forward to ones in about three
years..
 
WN6K   M/M LP   484,5542005-10-31 17:25:38
Put a second radio up and Juan got a chance to work same time. We had a G5RV up
for Juan's radio - TH7, wires for the main radio.

Don't know that we would do it this way again but we got a chance to use the
packet spotting and networking on WriteLog that is hardly gets used.

We did manage an even 100 enttities so DXCC is still possible on a modest
station in the lower part of the sunspot cycle.

WN6K & W6NOW
 
W6XR   SOAB(A) HP   436,8722005-10-31 18:04:49
Had planned on a fair amount of operating BUT, Murphy struck. Lost the Alpha 86
and the TL922 within 15 minutes of each other, both with T/R problems.
Hopefully, they will be back for the CW version.

Just loved the new 756 Pro III and I'll never do another contest without a
bandscope again. The 756, in my humble opinion performed better on RX than the
FT-1000 Mark V it replaced. The new antennas really rocked and the stack of
C31XR's were worth the extra work.

Had much fun and had no reservations about the new stack or the new rig as they
both exceeded my expctations. The phone activity on the really bottom end of 40
was strange but I don't claim to know all the worldide conventions and
prohibitions. On the good side of things, WL was flawless as were the antennas
and the transcievers. The amps just decided to fail at the worst possible
moment.

For the first time in a very long time (>30 years) I'll be sending "A" in SS!
What a concept.

73

Natan W6XR/2
 
AA1ON   SOAB HP   2,001,4742005-10-31 18:27:57
With snow on the ground until after midday Sunday, it felt more like the ARRL 10
Meter Contest weekend !!

All equipment and antennas worked fine, logging program didn't crash and there
are even Europeans in the log on 10M at the bottom of the cycle.... what a
fabulous way to spend a Fall weekend.
 
VA7MAR   M/S LP   95,6342005-10-31 18:29:43
First Contest from our Club-facilities. Lots of local noise which made it quite
difficult to pull out the weak ones. We still had lots of fun and thanks to all
for giving us a call.
 
N1DG   SOAB(A) HP   2,664,2562005-10-31 18:37:11
Last year's score was 2,667,896. Just about made up for the lower mults on 10
meters with more qsos.

Rig: FT1000MP, Alpha 87A
Ant. 4 El SteppIR at 75ft , 40-2CD at 82" Titanex Vertical for 80,160.
 
K4SSU(NA4BW)   SOAB HP   1,857,2882005-10-31 18:49:53
Since last trip to SSU, found some new and fairly tough line noise on anything
pointed north. That had some significant impact for us trying to do much with
anything over the pole.
Good - 15 meter run on Sunday morning for about 75 minutes; working R1ANN and
R1ANF and V51WM one after another in the final 20 minutes of the contest, K4SSU
hospitality
Bad - see 1st pargraph.
Ugly - In the U.S. -lack of patience on the part of many op's when the DX
station clearly indicates a request for a fill on a partial call. Operating w/o
packet I did a lot of dial spinning and would happen upon many a pile up and
waiting to get the call was almost futile at times since the 'fill' station was
bombed by those 'having' to throw their call in there. Not once mind you but,
many times... The interesting take away from all this was that it was primarily
a multi op station, but NEVER did I hear this type of behavior from our top M/M
guys. Oh well - just an obsevation.
73 and thanks for the q's. Brian
 
VP9I(K1XM)   SOAB(A) LP   3,263,4802005-10-31 18:56:20
Station: FT-1000mp

Antennas: Cushcraft A4S, 40 meter dipole, 80 meter G5RV, 160 meter inverted-L

I decided to set the Bermuda SO(A) record this year since I had a full-time
Internet connection available. I achieved my goal at 0004Z the first night.

There was a line noise problem, possibly caused by the rain. When it occurred,
which was most of the contest, it was S8 on 15 meters with the beam aimed at
Europe, and worse to the South. My apologies to any weak European who called
me. With luck we'll have this cleared up before the real contest in November.

I had two 250+ hours and thirteen 100+ hours. I made 317 QSOs in 60 minutes.
Life is good when you're a multiplier.

Most of my 10 meter QSOs were E skip. The first day I had an opening into W1
and eastern Canada only. The second day I had a European opening, but only to a
few places, notably EA and GM. And I could work LUs easily but I could not hear
most of the Caribbean and could not hear PY until late Sunday. Very strange.

Apparently I spotted myself on packet. I was attempting to spot KC1XX after I
worked him on his frequency. Oops.

This split stuff is complicated. I think I called CQ on 80 on the wrong VFO for
about five minutes before I gave up because nobody was answering me.

Thanks again to Ed, VP9GE.
 
LT1F   M/M HP   12,694,7162005-10-31 19:01:12
 
N3ZA   SOAB(A) HP   1,405,5602005-10-31 19:14:52
All S&P using N1MM Contest Logger. Great fun! See everyone next month...
 
N9KI(@KØSN)   M/2 HP   223,5102005-10-31 19:19:03
The weekend was more about working on our communications trailer, but we
hooked up a couple of radios and played a bit. Was surprised to hear 15
in such great shape. 80 and 40 were not as good as we thought they would
be.
 
NØNI   M/S HP   2,749,4722005-10-31 19:24:57
We went into this contest with lonely hearts. Saturday we said our final 73 to
Larry, W0ETC. Larry died last week of a heart attack. He left us too early at a
very young age. He had planned to join us last weekend for the CQ Worldwide DX
SSB contest where he loved to pull the night shift operating 40 meters digging
signals out of the QRM. We think about and already miss Larry a lot.

73 Larry and RIP

The N0NI Contest Group
 
N5AU   SOAB HP   1,197,9302005-10-31 19:27:57
Finally got up some decent antennas on 40, 20 and 15. They seemed to play
well. The 7L 10 is still on the ground, but the 1/4 wave elevated GP on 10 gave
a good account of itself. Didn't miss any that I could hear. Was really
surprised how easily I could work stations with it. Didn't hear any EU on 10
(seems to be a widespread problem this year outside the East Coast). Don't
have any 80 / 160 receiving antennas yet, so not much happening there. Do have
lots of line noise to work on, especially to JA. It's 24/7 all bands, so no
CQ'ing in this contest, all S&P QSO's. Didn't want to challenge N5RZ for the
gator title !

We could not make the VP2E trip for SSB due to hurricane Wilma's effects on the
Ft. Lauderdale, FL airport. After seeing some of the 10 meter results from the
Caribbean, it was probably for the best. We may be active for the CW WW if we
can stay long enough. Leaving for VP2E this Thursday primarily to finish the
landscaping projects.
 
N7ZG   SOSB/20 LP   62,2002005-10-31 19:34:06
I really enjoy reading these posts.

I put up a 3 element SteppIR this year and am really pleased with it. My goal
for the contest was to beat last years score and perhaps be a little more
competitive on SSB. I originally approached this as a SOAB entry but I found
that 99% of all my Q's were on 20 and 15 and I felt my 20M results far
outstripped last years. So, this is what I'm going to post.

Conditions on 20M where amazing especially on Sunday morning. The opening to
EU was pretty long on Sat, but much longer on Sunday. By about 10:30 AM the
first day 20M started to close to EU. Boy was I exhausted! It was fun
though.

My station is on a typical 80x100 suburban lot. I can get an inverted vee for
80 and 40 up but that is the extent of my low band antennas. With 100W there's
not much joy. I checked 10M a couple of times between 1900-2200Z and didn't
hear a peep.

Best moment was breaking a pile for a ZS and my only zone 38 Q. Also worked
4X0WV on 20.

My rig is an Elecraft K2/100 and while I love it as a CW rig, I'm having alot of
problems getting the transmit audio right. Might be time to get a second rig
for SSB.

I absolutely love N1MM. It really reduces the workload and makes contesting
even more fun!

See you in the SS and WW CW contests!

73's
Guy, N7ZG
 
W4MYA   M/M HP   5,348,0642005-10-31 19:36:00
Had many problems this weekend, but think a good time was had by all.
See you in SS
Take care..Thanks for the contacts
 
N3GNW   SOAB(A) HP   279,2822005-10-31 19:43:56
Third contest as a member of FRC so it was time to set some new goals rather
than just get on the air. First was to get a halfway decent antenna on 160m.
My neighbor let me borrow one of his trees and I put up a 1/4 wavelength
inverted L with four radials. It needs a little work since I had a hard time
hearing Europe with it but North America and the Carribean were booming in. But
it gave me 17 more mults which never hurt. Second was to break 250K which I did
by almost 30K.

I was surprised by what I did work on 10m. I really wasn't expecting more than
10 or 15 QSOs there. Also the relative quiet there was a nice break from 20.

Now I've got to look into getting some sort of beam up at least for the
contests. The amp has helped but conditions will not be getting any better for
the next couple of years so any help that a new antenna system can give me will
be well worth the effort.

Go FRC!
 
YBØJK   SOAB LP   57,4722005-10-31 19:55:05
First time in this contest ! fun and enjoy
 
VE3NZ   SOSB/40 LP   59,1202005-10-31 19:55:20
I had a lot's of fun with my low power setup and vertical ant. The only times I
wished I had HP were, when could not break through the US HP wall in the V73RY,
ZD8Z and VK4ZC pile up, missing those double mults. Well, this time I did not
want to get the Worked All Neighbour's TV award. CUAGN in the CW weekend.
73 George, VE3NZ
 
WA7RR   SOAB(A) LP   18,7882005-10-31 21:10:42
Equipment is Kenwood TS 570D, 100W, Cobra Lite Jr in inverted vee at 35ft (11M).
First contest since Novice Roundup c.1975 (as WA7ZVO)Had lots of fun and learned
a lot. Thanks, one and all--Rick
 
9M2CNC(G4ZFE)   SOAB HP   2,044,7242005-10-31 21:22:31
Station:
IC-756 Pro, IC-PW1 and Acom 1010. 400W output
Force 12 C3-S at 12m
40m inverted V at 12m
80m inverted V at 15m

Saturday was slowww. The 16:00 Eu 20m opening never happened which reduced the
number of QSOs as the band closed very early. Instead I had some of the best
propagation I have seen to the Carribean. Not many QSOs but FB for
multipliers.

Sunday was better. I had a 20m opening to Eu and the band stayed open longer
than I was expecting. Pity I was so tired by then. Also some surprisingly loud
Eastern W/VE signals over the pole.

As many people have stated 40m was a zoo. It was sad listening to the frequency
police down at the bottom of the band. My only run time on 40m was before the
band opened to Eu and I had a nice run of JA. All other QSOs were S&P. It is
soul destroying not being able to work some of the S9+ Eu stations on 40m. I
trust that they had already worked a 9M2 multiplier on 40m :-)

I put some more effort into 80m this year although the QSO totals does not show
it. The Asian OTHR radio blocked out the SSB DX portion of 80m for considerable
periods of time but there were some good signals on the band. SM0W was a solid
S9 for long periods of time.

Lots of activity from 9M2 - 9M2AX, 9M2TO, 9M2MT and 9M2PIC. Also 9M2DXX and
9M8YY from Borneo.

Thank for the QSOs.

Next contest from here CQWW CW.

73 de Rich, 9M2CNC (ex. 9M2/G4ZFE)
 
VE6CNU   SOSB/15 LP   69,0482005-10-31 21:32:55
This was my first CQ WW SSB contest and I chose to enter as SOSB LP on 15M. The
first evening I made a total of 7 QSOs, including a zero pointer from Canada!
Saturday morning I thought my rig was broken as I couldn't make a contact for
almost the first hour of listening (although there weren't many signals on the
band). Eventually the band got better and I was able to break a few pileups
with my old Kenwood TS-530S, AT-230 antenna tuner and a newly refurbished 40
year old TH-3 MK3 at 40 feet. I had to keep tuning my rig as I moved up and
down the band, trying to get close to 100 watts output if I was to be heard. On
Sunday, just when I was about to give up on ever hearing Europe, a bunch of
British Isles, to Morocco came pounding in. I was shooting for 50,000 points
and surpassed my goal. Things are tough from Calgary as New York State is as
far away from me as Europe is to New York. But at least the JAs came booming
through in the late afternoons and was able to make a lot of 3 pointers.

I'd like to thank Dan, VE6EX for helping me make a boom mic to attach to my
headphones and for loaning me his foot switch. I eventually got things working
through a Rigblaster Pro into my PC and logged with N1MM. Dan warned me about
the Daylight Savings Time to Standard Time switch and he was right. Even though
I turned things off in Windows, N1MM still got it wrong and I had to manually
edit about 200 QSOs! Its probably a rookie mistake as this is my first go with
N1MM - and I even got 2 points from him in the contest!

Now I'm looking forward to CQ WW CW next month and hopefully the band condx will
be a bit better!

JERRY
VE6CNU
 
OL4W(OK1IF)   SOSB/40 QRP   18,2002005-10-31 22:03:15
Big guns and QRP, it is unpossible to be on the same band HI. My first 40m QRP
contest. 80m is better HI.
 
VK6DXI   SOSB/80 HP   31,1222005-10-31 22:57:45
It has been a weekend full of a challenge.
Conditions on 75m band were quite good.I managed even to have a small run into
United States. Thank you all who called me.
Unfortunately Eu proves to be made of a very thick QRM wall.
A high level of a local QRM over there (reported to be 40 dB over S9 by SN3A
during a QSO), makes it virtually impossible to have run into Eu from VK.

It was a slow process of rearch and pound. 95% of called stations never reacted
to my calls... very frustrating.
At the same time many Eu's had signals over 10-20 dB's over S9 here.
Big thanks to those who struggled to copy my call.

Best Eu TX signal this year was SM0W, supported by his very good receiving
antenna.

Additionally rain has soaked wet surrounding trees and limited performance of my
quarter wave wire vertical, hanged from those trees.

The "woodpacker"active all Saturday night, and most of Sunday also did not
help.

A small sweetener was working 6Y2Z, for a new ever 80m country, 1 hour after my
sunrise, for the last QSO on this band.

I almost doubled my last year 75m band entry, but of course, I was left
unsatisfied....
Without some kind good gain antenna, it is a "masochism" to have a 75m monoband
SSB entry in this contest, from VK6.

PS. Just a reminder to Eu/JA stations about VK 75m band: we are only allowed on
SSB to work from 3.535 to 3.700 and 3.776 to 3.800
 
ES6DO   SOSB(A)/40 HP   65,8562005-10-31 23:47:44
Terrible QRMM... and QRNN.... Discovered again that SSB not my mode. Look
forward to meet you on CW part.
73 Neil ES6DO
 
IT9RBW(GIUSEPPE)   SOSB/20 LP   77,2202005-11-01 00:12:06
Good condiciones,but not much lucky for the rotator antenna...
 
ON4ADZ   SOAB LP   571,0002005-11-01 00:43:59
A lot of activity on the bands.
Most qso s are made in s&p mode. On 40m it was hard to work the dx in the
kW-valley.

The 10m propagations was very selective with nice dx qso s even to VK,almost no
EU qso's except EA and CT.

EQ: yeasu mark V, with roofing and 1.8 kHz inrads (oh boy I needed those)
TH6DXX at 24m, inv -v's at 24m.

With thanks for the qso s

DIRK
on4adz
 
DRØW(DJ5MW)   SOAB(A) HP   4,284,9912005-11-01 00:47:06
Chose assisted this year, 1.5 mio down compared to last year, but this is mainly
because of the "normal" 10m-conds this year.

As always I took a pause on sunday morning. I planned to sleep for 2 hours, the
alarm clock rang, I woke up, but.... somehow I woke up again 5 hours later and
so surely missed some mults on lowbands at my sunrise.

I had 3 beverages for the first time and although they are quite short (160m),
this really improved listening. I don`t know, how I could operate lowbands
without RX antennas before...

See you again in CW (which is much more fun!)

73 de Manfred, DJ5MW
 
DQ4Q(DF9ZP)   SOSB(A)/15 HP   793,8482005-11-01 02:33:32
better conditions than expected :-)
 
ZY7C   M/S HP   6,419,7012005-11-01 02:37:28
ZY7C is a club station built and maintened by the Araucaria DX Group headed by
PT7CB who kindly hosts us during major contest operations. The station is
located 25 Km from Fortaleza. Usual operators are:PT7BZ(Eli), PT7CB(Barreto),
PT7WA(Luke), PT7YV(Beto)and guest operators. We hope to contact you during any
of the upcoming contests.
 
YZ1E(YU1EW)   SOSB/40 HP   706,5002005-11-01 02:41:50
SSB weekend fun starts with worming screen by antivirus program that my computer
was infected with some Worm32 virus. It took me almost one hour to cure it, just
few minutes before contest began.
As everyone noticed, EU QRM on forty meters change the limits. Although my 4 el,
19m long boom full size rotary yagi is an excellent performer, on receiving
side 80% of the time it can not compete with 4 bi-directional, 190 m long
beverages. Very useful was second antenna, 2 el delta loop fixed to NW so you
can switch two main direction NW / NE in a second.
Although I was usually able to break any pile up in first call it took a while
to realize that mpl stn is actually reply my call bcs EU QRM.
As ham radio population is getting older and older, I apply that contest
committee should consider some operational time limit in single op category.
 
EA4KR   SOAB HP   3,800,0002005-11-01 03:09:14
A sloping dipole for 40m is not enough, at all.

Mni tnx to everyone.

73 Julio EA4KR
 
HSØAR(@E21YDP)   M/S LP   887,2602005-11-01 04:15:39
Equipments:
Rig: Kenwood TS-940S Power: 100 watts
Ant: 3el Triband Yagi @ 28mH.
Ant: 20M 3el monoband @ 25mH.
Ant: 40M Rotary Dipole @ 24mH.
Ant: 10M 5el monoband @ 20mH.

Congrats to Khun Rich, 9M2CNC made vy high score from S.E. Asia country.

After CQ WW SSB Contest I think about HS0AR callsign. It's vy good call but many
stations answer "HS0ZAR" (K3ZO, Fred's Thai call) not "HS0AR" then I must says
HS0AR HS0AR and HS0AR is corr call. hi hi

We have new Thai HF hams operated from HS0AR in CQ WW SSB were: E20PFE, HS8KGG
for 1st time and HS6MYW for 2nd time .

We miss zone 1, 2, 6, 7, and 34. About zone 34 I heard ST2T on 15M but he can't
hear me.

On 20M early Saturday morning around 2020z I could worked super stations from
USA include W7WA, KT1V, K3LR, W3LPL, N3RS, KC1XX, W3PP, WC1M, K8AZ and W3BGN. I
try to call K3EST, W9RE, N2IC, W3UA, K7ZSD and K1TTT but they can't hear me too.
Also I miss worked Khun Fred, K3ZO !!

On 40M we are very excite to woked 6 stations only from USA include: K3LR, N7DD,
N0FW, K6NA, K0UM and WJ6T. Also we worked JW5E from zone 40 too.

Many HS/E2 stations activities were: HS1OVH, HS1PDY, HS1NBR, HS4CJV, HS5AYO,
HS5FAI, HS8KAY, HS0XNO, HS0ZAA, HS0ZCW(K4VUD), HS0ZEE, HS0ZGL(9M2FB), HS0T,
E21CJN, E20WXA and E20YLM, but I can't hear E21IZC !!

Lots of Fun in Contest and Tks to all QSOs.
QSL via E21YDP

73, Champ E21EIC / HS0AmateurRadio
 
9A7P   M/S LP   108,4862005-11-01 04:20:23
Newcomers in contesting!

Be aware next weekend in Ukrainian DX Contest :-)

http://www.rkp.hr
 
DQ4W   M/2 HP   8,588,8662005-11-01 04:42:58
The courageous target (also the objective file used in Win-Test) was the M/2
result of DA0BCC 2003. Although the low band result is better this year, the
lack of more than 1000 Qs on 10m demonstrates what has happened to the sun in
two years. Nevertheless it was a great contest and a very enjoyable weekend for
the whole team.

Thanks for all the Qs!
CU end of November.
 
MIØLLL   SOSB/40 HP   561,3932005-11-01 04:43:14
 
PY3FOX   SOAB LP   244,6082005-11-01 05:48:08
TH3(20/15/10)@ 10 meters high, dipole for 40 @12 meters high an Radio TS 950SAT.
 
FS/AH8DX   SOAB LP   3,630,9162005-11-01 06:13:00
What a contest!

My problems just did not stop for the whole trip. First of all, Hurricane Wilma
caused chaos with my flights and luggage. Flying north to get south just did
not make any sense to me. After spending an unexpected night in KP4, it was nice
to see the "Welcome to PJ7/FS" sign at the airport even if it was just two days
before the test.

I was on the qir within three hours of lqnding. The Butternut vertical went
together smooth and I tested it out with just 8 radials. It always amzes me thqt
the swr on all bands is less than 1.8. I realized that the 756PRO had problems
though. Talking with John, P40W, on the air tried to help but to no avail. I did
hqve both q 706 and an Elecraft K2. I planned on using the Elecraft for the test
anyway. I brought the PRO to do RTTY for before and after the test but it just
wasnt meant to be I guess.

Then two hours before the test I was on 15 and noticed that I could only get
about 400 watts out of the amp. I spent the next hour trying to figure it out
but no resolve. I contacted a ham over on the Dutch side qnd gave him the anp to
fix and told him to bring it back during the contest but I still havent seen the
amp. I will go see him today to see if it is repaired. I was forced to go Low
Power but I knew I still would do well with my Elecraft and Butternut.

My Receiving Loop on 160 and 80 seemed as if I was on 20 Meters, I could hear
everything, ALMOST.

Thanks for all the qsos and understanding when I would call and call and call.
Please look for me in March as I will be qrv for the ARRL test using my call
down there 8R1EA.
 
TA2ZAF(OK1MU)   SOSB/20 LP   266,0702005-11-01 06:43:29
Im realy QRV in SOAB 10m category, but because band long time close, Im try only
for fun also some QSO on 20m with only IC746 PRO and fixed LP antena direct to
EU, not rotator.

Nice opening to NA Sunday evening, at 18.25 UTC-19.25 UTC more 200 QSO per/hour
with this QRP, hi..

QSL via OK1TN.

Thanks for ALL QSOs and see you on CW part..

Pavel, TA2ZAF (ex OD5/OK1MU)
 
ED3SSB   M/S HP   5,137,6082005-11-01 06:51:02
Thanks for every body to do this contest something special. Good propagation
conditions in 15m, and absolutly crowded 20m and 40m. We had fun if you consider
this special M/S station with only two individuals that set up all the station
friday afternoon, really tired after a hard week in their respectives jobs.
Welcome the new K9AY receiving antenna that helped us in 80m and 160m and also
we think that we need to improve our 40m set up (actually a half square + rigid
dipol).
Also to do a mention to the single victim of this contest, one of the IC-775 was
killed by RF Sunday morning, quickly and old fashion IC-765 took the position to
keep in the edge the qso rate.

Thanks and 5914.
 
OK1RI   SOSB/40 HP   857,5922005-11-01 06:59:09
I have started the contest with bad sore throat and flue I was unsuccesfully
curing during the week. But CQ is only once a year so I started. Everything went
reasonably well and after 24 hours I had 1997 Qs. But the throat was getting
worse and worse - even some poeple told me I sound horribly. I had to make a
couple of 20-40 min pauses to be able to go on during the day. In 2100Z I finaly
completely lost my voice and went QRT. Well I could stil S/P since I had F1-F4
messages prerecorded but tuning the band up and down usually ended in NOTHING
everyone was in the LOG. I made only aboput 10QSOs that way. I was than
listening with MI0LLL and first atempt was disastrous. He was happily working
W's listening on a frequency where I heard only Brodcast in something around
59+50dB ! How is it possible he had not heard that BC ? I could not believe it !
On a second try it was better he listened on the other frequency and out of 10
QSOs I have not heard 2 stations + I could hear 3 others calling him and beeing
completely ignored. I expected I will hear less concerning the distance - well
over 1600km i.e. exactly the same like Boston to Chicago.

I missed some beverage to the USA I planed to set before the contest but the flu
did not allowed it.

I worked (quite surprisingly - in some zones) the following ZONEs:
3 4 5 14 15 16 17 24 25 32
16(??) 200 435 960 403 252 63 15(!) 196(!!) 11

I have missed zones 10 (?!?!- probably first time ever on any band
?),31,34,37.
During the second night I managed to have one whole hour with full 4 QSOs !!!
And I was on all the time !

The ZOO on 40m SSB is horrible. I feel it is getting worse and worse. Not
negligible are the SO2R operators. They are calling CQ happily long time and
nobody answers and thay are happy - they can uninterupted play on the other
band. If you call him no answer and on a second try Oh!! you are loud here
?!?!?
INTRODUCE 10 minute rule to Single OPs too and BANN SO2R - the bands are not
wide enough for it ! OK I know it is not realistic and I do write it for 3rd
consecutive years but I am 101% sure it would make the HUGE improvement to the
QRM on the bands.


Thanks everyone for QSO + 73 !

Jiri
 
VA3YP   SOAB HP   847,6222005-11-01 07:04:50
In absence of 160 and 10 meters antenna and with broken rotator on 20M- 4El.
Yagi I have fun!!!
Thanks to every one who stops by to say hello.
 
TF/NØHJZ   SOAB(A) HP   2,030,2752005-11-01 07:26:37
I need to thank Thor, TF4M, for hosting my contest operation. Thor is an
incredible host who is building up a world-class operation in northwest Iceland.
Thor has three rhombics, one to EU, one to US and one to JA. They performed
flawless on 15 & 20. On 40M, I think conditions and some aurora kept me from
maximizing a bigger a score. Thor is working on new ideas for 80 & 160
antennas.

Please check out Thor's location on QTH.com. Thor is looking to have other
people operate his station. Check with Thor for details. You will not be
disappointed with the radio operation!

Thanks to everyone that worked me. The pile-ups on 15 & 20 were some of the
biggest I've ever handled. Lots of fun! Anyone have a semi-rare location for
me next year?

Rich N0HJZ
 
VC6R(@VE6SV)   M/S HP   3,505,1822005-11-01 07:45:53
Max and I dedicate our contest efforts in remembrance of Vitaly VE6JO,as he
became a silent key on Sunday morning. Vitaly will be sadly missed by the team
for a long time.

Rest in peace OM ...
 
OK1OUE   M/S LP   697,6242005-11-01 07:52:22
OUR WEB site: http://www.edunet.souepl.cz/ok1oue/

VY 73! de all team OK1OUE
 
K5NA   M/M HP   4,862,2202005-11-01 08:18:49
This was our second try at M/M in the CQWW since moving back to Texas in 1995.
Conditions on the 160, 80, and 40 meters seemed terrific and better than normal,
20 and 15 meters was about normal, and 10 meters was way, way down.

We had a mixture of experience levels and the operators all worked out their
bands to the best of their ability.

The basic lineup was:

160M - KG5U
80M - K2UR
40M - NA5TT
20M - KI5DR & W5AJ
15M - N5ZC
10M - WA4PGM & NX5M

K5NA and K5DU did occasional filling in for operators.

I have come to the conclusion that it is impossible to really compete with the
east coast in the M/M category unless the sun spots are really at a peak. We are
better served here in Texas doing a M/S or M/2 and being able to move on to the
active bands because our European openings are of shorter duration. But M/M has
its appeal, especially the lack of worrying about the band change rules and
being able to really focus on a band.

Other than W0AIH, there are no other M/Ms in mid-America that we can compare
with and get a sense of how we did.

But all in all, I think everyone had fun here.

73, Richard
 
DH8BQA   SOSB/80 QRP   18,8802005-11-01 09:15:56
SOAPBOX: 80 m is pure "masochism" in Europe, especially running QRP! ;-)
SOAPBOX: But anyway, had great fun running just 5 watts (FT-817) into a
SOAPBOX: 83 m delta loop, although plagued by S9+ contest QRM all over
SOAPBOX: the whole band. Congrats to all who heard my tiny signal! :-)

73, Olli
 
EA7HBP   SOSB/20 LP   245,0802005-11-01 09:40:03
 
K4JNY   M/S HP   2,624,2432005-11-01 09:47:47
Kept one station on the air 48hrs. Techincal problems kept us from having
a mult station qrv the entire contest. Many thanks to the ops that helped
with this effort.

73 Jeff K4JNY
 
N4PQX   SOAB HP   1,120,8252005-11-01 10:09:24
Backup rig with no filters and mid power only, at least the antennas were
working well. Thanks to all for the Q's 73's Bob
 
SP3LWP   SOSB/10 LP   17,8922005-11-01 10:41:18
Trx Ic 718
Ant Gp
 
KØBX   SOAB(A) HP   44,4092005-11-01 11:25:14
Everyone complained about the CQWWRTTY contest trashing the 40 Meter CW band but
this contest really did a number on 40 Meter CW. There was SSB stations down to
7.010 MHZ and all the way up to 7.150 MHZ. All I can say is I need a bigger 40
meter antenna!!!

Joe K0BX
 
LB8IB(@LA8W)   SOAB HP   3,793,2302005-11-01 11:35:07
After working mostly multi op. from the LN8W contest station it was time to do a
single op. entry again with my reissued novice callsign from 1982 LB8IB.
As most of our operators prefer CW the station was available for the SSB leg.

I tried SO2R for the first time and as excpected it was difficult, but I did
manage to work some nice mults on the 2nd radio. Also had a great benefit in
monitoring other bands. I have a lot to learn but will try to improve my skills
in the next single op. entry.
Automatic antenna switching is nr.1 on my wish list for christmas.
Thanks to all on the Writelog reflector for helping me with my SO2R setup.
After this experience SO1R is history !

Propagation was as expected in the bottom of the cycle.
10 was almost dead up here but managed to work 33 dxcc and 9 zones.
15 was better than expected with great openings to USA on both days
Low band was good especially the 2nd night

I had a great time and only took 2.5 hours off saturday evening.

See you all in the CW leg from LN8W.
We wil operate Multi two or Multi single.
www.la8w.com


Olaf
LB8IB
(ex LA8SDA)
QSL via LA9VDA
 
SM3CCT(SM5CCT)   SOSB/80 QRP   4,3602005-11-01 11:46:47
Rig: Yaesu FT-817 5 watts
Ant; Inv. vee
 
SM3C(SM5CCT)   SOSB/20 QRP   67,8382005-11-01 11:49:54
Rig: Yaesu FT-817, 5 watts
Ant: Force 12 C3 7 el. multimonoband yagi
 
VY2PA(W4PA)   SOAB HP   9,416,1602005-11-01 12:17:32
 
YMØT(TA2RC)   SOSB/160 LP   70,9652005-11-01 12:23:59
Hello

A very hard contest this year.I installed the antennas under 70-80 km wind and
rain on Kefken Island.The storm and rain continued during all contest
period.Fortunately my slooper and horizontal loop were very light weight and
survived:)Made 172 Qs at Saturday morning.And 192 Qs at Saturday night and
reached my old record score.And a very bad conditions at Sunday night:Continuous
shower,storm on the island,bad propagation and big noise on the band.Only 61 Qs
and zero multiplier!!!!New claimed score is 70.965.Special thanks to
non-contester stations supported me with QSO points.
Story will continue next year!
73 Ozer
 
F4EIZ   SOAB LP   573,8882005-11-01 13:19:07
Hi

Always a lot of fun in this contest...

Working condition :
IC706
compaq N600C + N1MM

dual band 3Y 20M/4Y 15M
mono band 5Y 10M + 1/2 vertical
GP 40M 36 radials (first test)
GP 80M (first test)
dual inver V 40/80M (first test)
invert V 160M

As usual I do this contest in portable, 7 hours for the assembling of the
antennas. I was on a top of a mountain asl 1700M near the Mont Blanc. The
biggest problem the wind during all the contest, impossible to put the
directives antennas more than 8M hight.

This year I truy to put my effort on low bands.
160 the good surprise lots of contacts and new ones.
80 very noisy little diseapointed about the band
40 also very good
20, 15 good
10 poor

Thanks for QSO's, and see you another time

Marc F4EIZ
http://f4eiz.free.fr
 
K1BV   SOAB HP   393,7002005-11-01 13:29:13
Solid wall of signals on 40 - all the way down to 7000.1.
Thank god for the 10 meter North - South path.
Fun at the bottom of the solar cycle.
 
SV1DPI   SOAB(A) HP   1,462,4842005-11-01 13:48:40
My main goal was to break my 2001 score (abt 1,700,000 points).
I didn't but was fun for sure and i learned
something more.... to loose. I think the
propagation was not good but the big pwr from
the most stations opened closed paths.
I did my best with the mults and i am very pleased with this
even i had small numbers on 20m. Tks for all qsos.
I love to receive qsls for every qso and ofcourse i will reply all
of them.

Equipment
Rig yaesu mark v
Pwr 500w (amplifier uy5zz zz-750)
Ant 2el quad (10,15,20)
vertical 14m (40,80,160)
Software writelog 10.55 fo logging
sh5 check log(UA4WLI)
 
9A2EU   SOAB LP   1,626,9072005-11-01 14:19:52
This was my 7th run in SOAB LP category and my worst result so far. Too much QRM
on 80/40/20 meters. It was very hard to copy any DX on 80 & 40 with EU wall to
wall +40dB QRM. I did s&p most of the time, and had only 3 runs on 80/40/20
meters. My best hour was 110. So the multipliers are great, but I'm kind of
short some 500 QSO's more for my usual 2 million plus score. It is very
difficult to have any decent runs with 150 Watts and no monobanders. I'll have
to work on antennas for next year. By the end of contest I was so tired that in
last hour of the contest I had only 5 QSOs. See you all in CW leg.
73 de Zlatko, 9A2EU
 
EA2URD   M/S HP   152,6622005-11-01 14:31:58
Thanks to all...!
 
OE4A(OE1EMS)   SOAB HP   7,374,7202005-11-01 14:46:57
 
L44DX(LW1DTZ)   SOSB/10 LP   207,8562005-11-01 15:04:33
Not good conditions from LU land, south pacific & asia closed, first day EU
closed, but fun!.

Ts-850 - 3 elem 4-band walmar @18mts
Qsl via direct - bureau EA5KB
Tnx, all qso's

North America SSB 632 632 74.6
South America SSB 74 74 8.7
Europe SSB 102 102 12.0
Asia SSB 20 20 2.4
Africa SSB 15 15 1.8
Oceania SSB 4 4 0.5

73's Esteban - LW1DTZ
 
4N1N(4N1LB)   SOSB/80 HP   149,5132005-11-01 15:12:12
Thanks to all that have called me and big apology to those who called me but I
didn't answer. See you in few weeks in CW part.
 
K3WC   SOSB(A)/20 HP   219,9002005-11-01 16:33:15
First contest in 30 years. Lots to learn.
 
EA7TN(EA1AK)   SOAB LP   628,9922005-11-01 16:34:26
Very difficult to make me heard on low bands with this low antennas. I almost
missed USA mult on 40, because no one was QSX above 7040. Lots of QSOs and mults
lost because they were transmitting below 7040 or 21150.

RIG: TS-2000 (90W)
ANT: 10-15-20 SpiderBeam @ 4 meters
40-80 Inverted V dipoles @ 6 meters
160 Inverted L @ 3 meters
SOFT: N1MM Logger
 
M2W(@GXØMIN)   M/S HP   1,248,7382005-11-01 16:42:53
Only a handful of experienced contest ops on this station and I think we had a
BLX connector for the tribander. Oh well, we were training the next generation
of contesters and a good time was had by all. That's my excuse for a lousy
performance, anyway.

Still, a good time really was had by all and that's the main thing.

And some of the newer ops were sooooo excited by grinding out those Carribean
mults on 40 - am I becoming jaded? Anyway, a good excuse to proselytise for CW
- oh isn't it such a pity JA3YBK can't hear us? Well, in 4 weeks time, he'll be
**easy meat**. Just havta learn the oul morse...
 
VA3SK   M/S HP   4,722,6242005-11-01 16:46:55
Run station - 756 Pro III, Amp Supply LK500
Mult station - 756 Pro, Amp Supply LK500

Ant: 160m Inverted Vee at 110ft. Top loaded vertical ('T') 96 ft high with 4
elevated radials
80m Dipole fixed at 90 ft. Half Square 35 feet high
40m 3 element yagi at 120 feet, Explorer 14 rotatable dipole
20m TH7 at 65ft, Explorer 14 at 70ft
15m TH7 at 65ft, Explorer 14 at 70ft, 4 element at 60ft fixed Eu
10m TH7 at 65ft, Explorer 14 at 70ft

K9AY loops but noise floor very low so little used.



Score up from last year, low bands very good - 20m a zoo.. Plenty of unruly
pileups. Great participation from all operators and the equipment didnt break
this year - Murphy was elsewhere.
 
VO1MP   SOAB(A) HP   4,108,0002005-11-01 16:47:21
 
KR4M   SOAB HP   494,1832005-11-01 17:24:35
Well, I traded call with my partner so I could work this one "all out" but I
didn't count on the tiring work week beforehand. So, got about 5 hours sleep
Friday and felt good on Sat. At 2AM Sunday decided to shower and eat some soup
while catching up on the cable news--next thing I know it is Sunday 12 noon!
Still 10M was open to SA and did get a few points there. Once again I am
reminded that I can't store sleep up anymore at age 55. All in all much better
propagation than expected. See you at the end of the month, except that is my
22nd wedding ann. better check with the XYL to see if it is OK. 73 Duren
 
N1ICE   SOAB(A) HP   39,5582005-11-01 17:39:17
Worked 16 hours at K0tv. Station at home is Mark V with dipole in trees. Had fun
kicking butt. Need to operate more during off hours from Jerry's.
 
VE7IN   SOAB LP   249,1662005-11-01 18:48:56
Had a late start due to a retirement dinner for long time work friend.

Still haven't fixed rotator for 20/40 antenna, so they're fixed East.

I was pleased to see conditions slowly improve somewhat through the contest,
however here on the West coast we need a little better then some improvement.

Nice to see 10 open a bit on Sunday, although for me marginally, antenna is at
35 feet on side of tower.

I was very pleased to catch VR2BG near end on 15 for double mult, thanks
Brett.

Thanks all for the Q's.

73

Earl VE7IN
 
W6YX   M/2 HP   1,082,0522005-11-01 19:58:20
Six operators put W6YX on the air for about thirty hours during the CQ WW DX
phone weekend, including some HF contesting demonstrations and introductions for
a few of our members. Although our entry is a multi-two, it was mostly a single
operator endeavor much of the time. Congratulations to all for their excellent
scores and thanks to all for showing up and making contacts.

We also experienced better conditions on 15 and longer openings into EU than
anticipated. Twenty meters was wall to wall stations all weekend. Ten meters
wasn't totally dead but not worth spending a lot of time in light of the
opportunities on 15 and 20.

73 de W6YX, Stanford University.
 
B7P   M/2 HP   2,555,1682005-11-01 20:02:21
Ant
20m/10m - Create 318jr @ 13m
15m - Cushcraft A4S @ 9m
80m/40m - DP

RIG
FT900 2x

AMP
TL-922
FL-2100

LOG
Writelog 10.55

Tnx BG7KTA first, he let us use his grange to build our contest station.

This is the first time work contest in our local contest station. We will put
more antnnea and tower step by step hi...hi... Each team member should have fun
in contest.

The local power no good, so we were using one 5KW and one 2.8KW generator during
contest, but it seem the power still not good, the TL-922 only rung 500W and
FL-2100 only 300W. Condition to NA is good, but to Euro no good, miss many EU
country in low band. We setup a wirelsee network for wrietlog network, but
broken down sometimes, next time should use the cable network.

See you in CW contest!
 
K5GN(@W5KU)   SOAB HP   30,5692005-11-01 21:07:26
Just a little time on the air on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon between
outside projects. Nice condx.
 
NI6W(W4EF)   SOSB/20 HP   392,7842005-11-01 21:17:52
Rig: FT1000MP MKV
Amp: Homebrew 4-1000Z Linear
Antenna(s): 6el monobander x 60ft boom at 125'
1/4 wave vertical @ 20ft

Thanks to Keith W6BCQ for letting me drive his
fine station for the weekend. It was nice to
leave all the birdies and buzzes and the high
mountain blockage of the San Gabriel Valley for
the rural rolling hills south of Hemet. Had some
pretty fierce line noise from a bad insulator
northwest of Keith's QTH on Saturday morning
before sunrise, but miracuously it quit right
before the sun came up and I thought I had died
and gone to heaven. Nothing but a gentle hiss
before the signals from Europe exploded. QRM
was unbelieveable fierce when the band was
open to Europe. I was really glad I had loaded
the FT1000MP MK V with those dual INRAD
2.1KHz filters SSB filters and the 1st IF
roofing filter before the contest. I was riding
the "IF Shift" and the "Width" controls all
weekend trying to pull callsigns out from the
splatter. Keith and I hooked up his 1/4 wave
reference vertical on the roof of the barn
before the contest in hopes that it would save
wear and tear on the rotator when I was
searching and pouncing for mults, but as it
turned out the big yagi was almost always
better even when it was pointed the wrong way.

Was hoping for more QSOs, but I really had a
tough time getting any kind of sustained runs
going into Europe. Probably should have spent
more time CQing on Saturday morning, but the
QRM was so fierce, I spent quite a bit of time
doing S&P. Friday night was so-so into Asia,
but Saturday night made up for it with a
suprisingly good run of JA plus a fair number
UA0 zone 18 stations and BY's sprinkled in.
Later on as the pacific rim faded I was able to
work a handful of UA9's and UN7's in zone 17
before the band folded completely. Heard VK6ANC
on Friday night calling Europeans with a good
signal, but I couldn't get his attention. ASSumed
they would be a piece of cake on Saturday night
or via longpath on Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
There would be no such luck for zone 29, however.
Never heard zone 22 or 34.

Thanks again to Keith for being such a great host,
and special thanks to Bud, W6VPH for introducing
me to Keith.

73 de Mike, W4EF..............................
 
N4KG   SOAB(A) LP   1,084,2722005-11-01 21:53:35
I moved up to the Low Power Category this year to have more fun on the Low
Bands. I was not disappointed. I can't imagine doing this one QRP!

After starting out unassisted, I gave in Saturday afternoon to 'see what I was
missing'. Without Packet Spots, I probably would have never found those
remarkably weak VK and ZL stations on 15M. Even with 100W, Packet Pileups are
NOT the place to be. I was able to work most of what I heard (except some of
the 40M LP stations in Zone 17) but it took longer than desired at times. While
I'm pleased with my multipliers, there were times it definitely was NOT FUN.
More later. I'm still recoverying from this event. Phone Contests do that to
me.

Tom N4KG
 
DL2DBH   SOSB(A)/20 HP   391,5262005-11-01 22:16:10
Ft-1000MP, TL-922,
Antenna 2 el. Quad, 11m high
Nice Contest with the new Antenna.
Frank
 
9A6A   SOSB/80 HP   229,6712005-11-02 00:42:16
 
ZL6QH   M/S HP   957,4202005-11-02 01:45:18
Only a casual multi-single effort this year due to the limited
availability of operators. High band conditions were surpisingly good,
including a short 10m opening to Europe on Saturday night.

Thanks to everyone for the QSOs and the Contest Committee for another fun
contest.

73

Brian ZL1AZE
for ZL6QH team
 
7S7V   SOSB/40 LP   84,2342005-11-02 03:55:39
 
PY2SBY   SOSB/10 LP   155,1002005-11-02 04:44:25
Hi for all.

I was really bad after t do that contest because the propagation really
disapear in the last weekend. I check the propagation for more that 3 month
but in the write day it come to be very low and I beleive that all ham was very
sad after the contest. I talk after contest with some brasilian Ham that wa
sad to with the prop. But so we are in a low period and hope to be better in
the WPX 2006. Thanks for all and at WPX

My station is:
IC 756 Pro
Yagi 6 El
Tower 6 Meters high

73 from PY2SBY Elvis.
 
OK2ZC   SOAB(A) LP   736,8122005-11-02 05:28:34
ok2zc.nagano.cz

for fun

see you na OK OM and CQ WW CW
 
PY2EJ   SOSB/15 LP   271,2152005-11-02 05:49:01
Hi there!

I really appreciate the CQWW 2005, the conditions was not so good but I could
see that three band three element antenna works better than monobander. Probably
because propagation condition here in SA.
So guys see you on 2006.

Best 73 de PY2EJ Joe
 
IO4T   M/S HP   3,203,2972005-11-02 06:06:00
Great fun as always.
IO4T setup increasing a bit, operator experience too.
160/80 without a receving antenna are getting more difficult
40 just for S&P, no way to break pile up on asian mults
20 crowded as we never experience before
15 surprising, good saturday and sunday
10 no more for running but some station in central and north europe were running
and spotting more than we could hear...

RUN
FT-1000MP
5L 15m
5L 20m
dipole & wires 40m
dipole & wires 80m
dipole & vertical 80m/160m
AMP: AL-1200

MULT
FT-920
KLM KT34A
4L delta loop 10m
wires 40/80/160
AMP: TL-922

CT DOS with IQ4AX cluster on local network.

Tnx to IZ4AFW for coming back@IO4T after caotic IARU HF experience.
We all are proud to thank you great IH9P operator Vini IK2CIO for visiting,
operating and helping.

Some photo:
http://195.43.189.179/yappa-ng/index.php?album=%2FContestHF%2F2005%2Fcqww05ssb%2F&page=1

IK4VET
Andrea

ps: operation with no voice recorder this year!
 
XE1KK   SOSB/160 HP   14,0162005-11-02 06:23:50
I am very happy to see that my simple antennas (Alpha-Delta DX-B sloper and coax
loop for RX) worked operating in the middle of one of the largest cities in the
world.

My goal was 100 Qs, 8 zones and 10 countries. All numbers were exceded. The
bonus was to work 5 Europeans with this setup: 9A1P, S53E, ON4UN, DL7CX and
ON4WW. Thank you all for the call.

See you at the end of November! 73 de Ramon, XE1KK
 
N3AD   M/M HP   7,365,3842005-11-02 06:25:00
My thanks to a great group of operators - some experienced and some less so.
Hopefully, the less experience opertors are learning the good habits and not the
bad ones from the experienced operators. It was great working with all of you
and I look forward to having you all back for ARRL. (The old man (N3AD) will be
doing SOA for for CQWW CW.

The four stations held up well with a few exceptions. Serious software problems
will be corrected by dropping Writelog and installing newer computers. I will
use N1MM in CQWW CW and if it goes well, we will use it in ARRL.

The new MP - Mark V which I picked up two days before contest worked flawlessly.
Installed an ACOM 2S1 on the 20 meter station with 2 MPs. It worked well when
the 2 ops were well coordinated - That will take practice. I will install
ability of second operator to hear both radios which I think will help timing.

The new 80 meter 3 element wire Yagi seemed to work well - although we had some
problem with the switching so wasn't able to do much comparison to other
antenna.

Overall a fun contest with a really good group of guys. Now, if I could only
figure out why I get less sleep and am more wiped out in MM than I am in SOA
where I typically operate about 45 hours.

73 de Alan/N3AD
 
EA7RM   M/S HP   1,237,6962005-11-02 06:26:06
This year tried something different, a modest Multi single with my friend Pedro
with not too much time to prepare and to test, had to rebuild all my station
just 3 hours before the contest and missed one of the rig at the beginning.

First target was to have fun and we enjoined despite poor condition on high
bands and all Murphy attacks.

See you all at CW part
73s, Nino
 
K3OOO(@K3OOOOO)   M/S HP   3,284,5202005-11-02 06:26:57
Had lots of fun with the kids K3OOO Sara & Trevor W7TDC.
The OOO callsign solicited alot of fun comments. Both Trevor and I heard alot of
that doesn't sound like K3OOO or put her on the radio she sounds better.
One of my favorites was by VP9I I happened to work for a mult on 20m said"good I
won't have to hear that callsign again" I realized it was band #6 for him.hi
hi.
This location has been very quit for 25 years. Lots of new development going on
around here and the qrn level is rising. 10m was a real problem.
Multi op sure is a fun way to spend the weekend.
73,Rick K3OO
 
YBØDPO   SOSB/15 LP   112,6652005-11-02 06:27:58
This time I reduced the effort, couldn't worked all bands,must go out with my
family for dinner....etc,decided to play just for fun on 15m, plans to fine some
new one on 40m,the problem was many local chating QRM,hope will spend a good
time next month in the CW part. 73 CU Dudy
 
OH5B(OH5BM)   SOSB(A)/20 HP   999,9992005-11-02 06:32:15
QSLS TO OH5AB.
 
S58ØA(S56A)   SOAB(A) HP   1,141,4842005-11-02 06:34:29
Enjoyed explaining my IARU related callsign to English speakers! The rest
simply accepted what they heard. Nice feeling with all 6 contest bands open
although with weak signals and no EU shortskip. BCI seems to be lesser problem
then QRM we cause to ourselfs. 100 kHz on 40 m was fully used for SSB. I am
looking forward to easier CW part. N1MM Logger worked smoothly but I lost
Greyline map on Sun evening. RK9SWR was even giving zone 16 after all the fuss
:-)

73 de Mario, S56A, N1YU
 
UA9CDC   SOAB(A) HP   1,124,8762005-11-02 06:35:40
Only operated in between other things. Missed best time on both days (12-18
local) Been pleased to have good 90 minutes pile up on 15 m. Missed 10m
comletely. Wish cndx are better over the pole. Very few US.
 
S53M(S51FB)   SOSB/20 HP   614,5362005-11-02 06:38:26
My first WW contest on 20 m. Nice experience.
First night worked full time but second night I took a long break.
TNX to S53M (S51ZO) for using their equipment.
 
LX7I(LX2AJ)   SOAB(A) HP   4,494,6002005-11-02 08:04:27
This was my first real SOAB activity, and I spend too much time in working
multipliers. Also my SO2R system needs improvments.
As I put up my last antenna on Friday evening, I started the contest already a
little bit tired

cu in the CW part as M/S or ....
 
S57S   SOSB/10 HP   109,0402005-11-02 09:09:50
This is my first HP efort from new location where we live now. I have
just 4 el. monobander for 10m so that band was the only one I can take.
The conditions was not as it was one week before contest but still
interesting.
JAs was nice surprise, also 27 ZS stations has been logged. About 900W
into one single antenna was just not enough for more than 3 USAs and some VEs.
All the time, I guess, signals came from very low vertical angle, so
some stack would be much better. I found out that South America come just
over horizont. I can hear locals working them but no signal at my location,
because of small hill in that direction. Just 20m higher land makes me
stay and wait for any QSB to pop-up from the nothnig into 33 to 44 signal.
When
this happened normally one call will be enough and - Bingo.

Well, the most interesting thing was to be called by 9O0A. I am really
interested if this isn't joke. Also VK9XD, ZL1TM and AH2R on my CQ was surrly
cream of the cake. Tnx.

73 to all,

Aleksander, S57S
 
N2RM   SOAB HP   1,871,5362005-11-02 09:22:19
Missed the good 10 meter conditions from last year. One of these years the
station will hopefully get fully operational again.

See you on CW.

73, N2RM
 
S53F   SOSB/80 HP   171,3972005-11-02 09:38:27
I work all contest very sick with pain in throat and feever,
but I very insistent to the end.
My antena system is not good, without any receiving antena.
And QRM?....Dont ask me.
See you in CQ WW CW.(40m or 80m)

ANT: dipol + delta loop
PWR: 1kw (tnx S54O)

P.S. My best dx - N7UA in long path with nice signal.

73 de Vinko S53F
 
OL3Z(OK1FPS)   SOSB/15 LP   179,7902005-11-02 10:29:11
Very good conditions
 
W1KLM   SOAB QRP   2,1962005-11-02 10:38:25
Family visits and funeral arrangements took up most of the weekend.
Thanks to all for pulling out my QRP signal. KLM
 
EA8/OH4NL(OH2BYS)   SOSB/80 HP   500,0002005-11-02 11:04:33
Here are my results given in Internet-cafe without exact logs with me.
I had to work the first night low power and then with amplifier with half power,
also broked my S-meter and keying relay and auto tuner, but my new
design of preamp for combined beverages worked extremely well, no damages to
preamp or front-end. Europe was as tight as usually, time to time almost
impossible to hear anything.
 
SN2N(SP2ASJ)   SOSB/10 LP   76,2352005-11-02 11:17:55
TRX: IC756
ANT: GP, 3 EL INV BEAM AP 15 M FOR US STATION, LW 41 M, BEVERAGE,S 2X96 M
 
OHØZ   M/S HP   6,483,3892005-11-02 11:58:04
Thanks to the OH0Z team for inviting us to activate this superb station for some
M/S action. There were not many other OH0s active this time either, so it was
some extra fun for us to be a searched(spotted) after DX there.

We were very happy to have OH1JT as our host. Juha can help you to dig out the
stations from QRM and fix the antennas on top of a tower and everything in
between. His contribution to this operation was invaluable.

As said here already the condx were just great. Not a slightest sign of aurora
up here and we really did not expect to work most of our QSOs on 15m! The lower
bands were in good shape too.

It was fun! Thank you all for QSOs.

Kari, OH2XX

--
www.qsl.net/oh0z
 
W5GZ   SOSB/80 HP   6,1572005-11-02 12:53:47
First time for SBSO-80 from New Mexico. Did not spend as much time as I wanted
(or should have). I operated the first half on the night/morning Fri/Sat, then
the 2nd half of the early morning Sunday. Not a LOT of contacts just Search
-n- Pouncing, but now I know what to expect.....and what to do and not do next
time! Had fun even though my total was not that high, BUT I learned a bunch!
See ya-alls during the next 'test.!!

73 Stan W5GZ
Silver City, New Mexico
 
HI3NR   SOSB/15 LP   465,6632005-11-02 13:01:10
CU NEXT YEAR HOPE THE CYCLE INCREASE SOME SUN SPOTS

EDWIN
 
EI7M(@EI8IR)   M/S HP   9,400,0002005-11-02 14:15:09
Nothing much on 10m from here this year, and although we had some lovely runs on
20m and 15m, not too much DX.

Thanks to Steve G3ZVW, Pete G4CLA and Thos EI2JD who travelled to operate with
us.

If anyone is interested in joining us for CQWW CW, drop me a line.


73's from EI7M Gang


John ei8ir
 
TM2Y(@F6BEE)   M/S HP   7,548,4802005-11-02 14:31:18
Hope to see you again during the cw part
73's
Franck, F8CRH


Powered by Win-Test 2.19.7 http://www.win-test.com
 
VE6AO   M/S HP   713,1922005-11-02 14:41:58
Had a few new Ops out to play at VE6AO, which is good.
15 and 20m were HOT, but nothing on 10m at all up here in Alberta.
Thanks to all for a great contest and lots of FUN.
73,
Jeff VE6GJ
 
K6KM   M/2 HP   1,758,7182005-11-02 14:54:49
Thanks to K6KM & N6RER for allowing us to use their superb station and for their
amazing hospitality (and tri tip!) - jeff WK6I
 
VE6GJ   SOAB(A) LP   11,2862005-11-02 15:01:42
Just time to give out a few S&P contacts
Pulled the night shift at VE6AO.
Lotsa of Fun and good to see my 136ft centre-fed Zepp at 40 ft work OK.
73
Jeff VE6GJ
 
OK1WCF   SOAB LP   1,190,8252005-11-02 15:10:38
Poor conditions on 10m band.
Nice performance on 80m band, i am very surprise!
Thanks to all for QSO!
Best 73! Martin OK1WCF
 
K1HT   SOAB LP   603,7802005-11-02 15:21:03
Time was somewhat limited. Almost all search-and-pounce.
 
W8TN   SOAB(A) HP   68,2502005-11-02 15:32:25
Conditions were better than I expected, just wish I had more time to put in.
Look out next year!
 
VE5RI   M/M HP   1,433,1282005-11-02 16:12:21
Weird condx. At start could hear scads of stations but they couldnt hear us.
This continued for several hours then a switch got flipped and we could work
anything we could hear. 20 was a screaming shambles and it was almost impossible
to get a clear run freq. 15 was fun and held up nicely during daylight. 40, 80
and 160 were very productive after dark and produced some quite amazing DX for
latitude 53+. We had a weak N-S opening on 10 on the second day and 20 was even
more crowded with EUs running wild from 14100 to 14350 until the last few hours
when we got the usual run into the USA.

As can be seen from our score, our group took several beer breaks when
enthusiasm waned. We claim to contest for fun and fun is what we had.
 
W7GG   SOAB(A) LP   1,554,4992005-11-02 16:32:11
Using Telnet was a lot of fun. Did not
operate enough during the wee hours to
work the normal number of JA's. Gettin
to old for operating more than 40 hours.

CQWW is a "must" operate event ... Gad
to make it one more time.
 
KN4Q   SOAB(A) LP   83,7402005-11-02 16:37:52
73,

Dale
KN4Q
 
HI3TEJ   SOSB/40 LP   325,9102005-11-02 16:38:21
First appereance as Single Band Low Power entry in 40 metres is a real
challenge,changing one freq to the other to survive the big kilos signals
against my real 100 watts output. Sometimes the frustraction came but at the end
the job is done, Thanks to all Folks that are on my log.
Also thanks to HI3CCP to let me operate from the Loma Del Toro Contest Site
God bless to all and see you next year...
 
VE1JF   M/2 HP   5,946,6242005-11-02 16:53:50
Rigs: FTdx9000D, MkV, 2ea MPs

Amps: 2ea 87As

Ants: 53 monoband Force 12 elements;
Vert on 160
4sq on 80
C51XRN/C31XRN/C51XRN with top yagi 100M over saltwater to the horizon
2/2 on 40, 3/3/3 on 20, 5/4/5 on 15, 7/7/7 on 10
Switching and phasing by Array Solutions, Comtek on 4sq

Software for our first time was N1MM Logger--great success--
ops liked it, networking rock solid, only contest software I know that
addresses the FTdx9000D--mni tnx Tom N1MM!

Team worked hard on improving its operating practices and qso cycle
times and I was very happy with the progress--tnx team!

73, Jim VE1JF

Coax and hardline connectors by Davis RF, Bev xfrmrs by K1FZ
 
VO1AU   SOAB HP   2,974,0802005-11-02 18:29:10
I'm quite disappointed, mostly with myself. I failed to adapt to the changing
conditions, and I made too many errors.

On the high bands, it appeared that Sporadic-E was a present in profusion both
days. Extremely short skip on 20 and 15 meant that Europeans were hearing each
other far too well, and I found it tough to get heard in the extreme crowding.
That frustrated me when trying to get runs going, and I stuck to S-and-P-ing far
too much. The plus side of that was the 10m opened moderately well from here to
Europe and as far east as Israel.

The low bands were great, although the first night was disappointing. I was
really pleased with 160m.

For the first time, I had SO2R working quite well. Two good rigs, two good
amps, good switching, good filtering - it was all working well, but the operator
still needed training. I did a lot of training in this one, certainly too much,
as it depressed my score.

I have one important, but flaky antenna. I have two KT-34s each on its own
tower. One of these is fixed on Europe and works well enough on all three
bands, but the other is fully rotatable. The rotatable one works well on 10 and
15, but there is something amiss on 20, and I can't quite sort what it is. That
was a big limiting factor. Just before the contest, I replaced a couple of
feedlines, and that certainly helped a lot - about an s-unit.

My biggest failure, one which I'm beating myself up over now, is that I didn't
try hard enough to run, run, run. The early Saturday crowding and the trouble I
had getting heard through the intra-European short skip caused me to lose that
psychological focus, and I never regained it, even much later on 80m, where I
have a real advantage into QSO-rich Europe. I reckon that absence of focus cost
me about 2Meg.

For all that, I did have fun. I only took a few short breaks, and the 44 hours
I spent passed really quickly. While my body felt stiff and sore by the end of
it all, I didn't feel exhausted. I could have gone a few more hours.

So, before the CW, either I get that second tribander sorted or replace it with
something else. I should also get that dead rotor fixed, too. There's always
something to do, even with a middling station like mine.

Rigs: Kenwood TS-950SD, TS-850S
Amps: two Kenwood TL-922s
SO2R box: ZS4TX's SCK-II (a great piece of gear. Bravo, Bernie!)
Antennas: 10/15/20: Two KT-34s @17m, HB multi-band vertical
40m: 2el quad @15m, three-element wire yagi @15m, vertical dipole
80m: wire vertical with four elevated radials
160m: shunt-fed tower, 17m tall + KT-34 for top loading
 
W1MAT   SOAB(A) HP   13,6002005-11-02 19:58:41
73, Matthew
 
G5W   M/S HP   7,889,2942005-11-02 20:03:16
Callsign : G5W
Mode : PHONE
Category : Multi Operator - Single Transmitter (MS)
Band(s) : All bands (AB)
Class : High Power (HP)

Operators: G3BJ, G3XTT, G4TSH, M0BBB, M5RIC

BAND QSO DUP DXC CQ POINTS AVG
------------------------------------
160 228 2 59 9 277 1.21
80 664 7 85 18 920 1.39
40 791 5 109 27 1427 1.80
20 1812 11 138 36 4376 2.42
15 1435 11 128 36 3801 2.65
10 59 0 59 18 126 2.14
------------------------------------
TOTAL 4989 36 578 144 10927 2.19
====================================
TOTAL SCORE : 7 889 294
 
KM5VI   SOAB(A) HP   745,0082005-11-02 20:05:01
This year was an experiment with dipoles courtesy of hurricane Rita but it sure
didn't take away from the fun!

Thanks to all who participated.

Matt
KM5VI
 
DQ5T(@DJ6ZM)   M/M HP   2,193,0962005-11-02 23:13:24
First contest with our new DQ5T contest call and a new team around Toffy, DJ6ZM
- owner of the fine station (still in progress). Everybody was happy and we will
improve the setup permanently. 40m operation with the 3ele 40m beam was a dream.
Entered M/M so we had not to bother with the 10min rule.
 
M6T(G4PIQ)   SOAB HP   4,999,3652005-11-03 05:35:13
2 x FT1000MP + Ten Tec Titan + Alpha 87A

Antennas
160m : Inv-L top @ 29m + Inv-V @ 23m
80m : Delta Loop @ 23m
40m : 402CD @ 24m
HF : KT34XA @ 30m + TH5 @ 24m + A3 @ 26m

Rx : 180m NW Beverage

A fun contest, but a disappointing result. Pile ups just didn't run for me for
whatever reason (site noise or propagation or antenna selection or I've lost the
plot...). Congratulations to those who've given me a good thrashing this year.
Thanks to Darren, G0WCW for all the help in getting the station repaired and
ready, and thanks to all for the QSOs, mults & moves.


73,

Andy, G4PIQ
 
MW5HOC   SOSB(A)/40 LP   26,1362005-11-03 06:15:22
Hard work this year.
Need to find a house with a bigger garden.

Station Details:-
FT-897, Heil HM-10-Dual, Shortened 40M dipole.
Loads of coffee and chocolate.
Understanding wife.
 
FG/K9NW(@FG5BG)   SOAB LP   5,285,7782005-11-03 06:47:11
Sure missed those extra 100 mults and extra 1.5K QSOs on 10M from last year!

Low bands the first night just weren't happening for me. Called lots of
stations and either got beat out or just another CQ. I attribute part of this
to probably higher QRM levels because lesser high band conditions forcing
everyone lower. Better results the second night.

I operated the entire second half of the event with my left ear completely
blocked up due to some infection or something that started to set in late
afternoon Saturday. That really made it a challenge with the pileups on Sunday.
Good thing I only had one radio, eh?

Other than that, condx were quite reasonable and I'm happy with the results.

See y'all from zone 38 in the CW bash!


73, Mike K9NW
 
W6PH   SOAB HP   1,089,3752005-11-03 07:08:50
Equipment: TS-930S, SB-200, CT 9.57
Antennas: Inverted L, 46' vertical, 25' horizontal (base loaded for 160m)
40-2CD at 60' (AB-577)
A3S at 40' (Rohn 25)
HB 2 el 20M yagi at 50' (2nd AB-577)

Bottom line at the top: I had a lot of fun.

The only equipment problem was with my LK-500ZB right before the contest. One
of the 3-500Zs developed a grid-filament short so I resorted to my back up
SB-200 which I have owned since 1966. I figure that I lost 4 db of signal
strength because of this (600 watts output instead of 1500 watts). There were
many times that I could have used that. Very frustrating to have stations CQ in
my face. 160M isn't very much fun with only 100 watts but at least I had a
signal on 160M this year. Most of my contacts other than JA were S&P. It was
fruitless trying to CQ. I echo N2IC's comment about the stations in the
northwest with their pipeline to Europe. I couldn't hear the stations they were
working. Absolutely amazing to hear the full 20M band at 2359Z and then one
minute later silence across the band. Achieved one of my goals of working 100
countries on 20m. Great time.

I will be active from VP9/W6PH for both ARRL CW and SSB.

73, Kurt, W6PH/6
 
LU3DR(@LU2EE)   SOSB/20 LP   265,2322005-11-03 10:28:34
Thanks to all stations for contacts. Was an incredible experience.
Hope to meet you soon.
73s & DXs de Dario LU3DR

TX: Kenwood TS 850 Rig: 4 elements yagui tribander(JVP 34)

Continent Statistics
LU3DR CQ WORLD WIDE DX CONTEST SOLP 20
SSB 20 percent
North America SSB 362 52.2
South America SSB 62 8.9
Europe SSB 143 20.6
Asia SSB 87 12.5
Africa SSB 14 2.0
Oceania SSB 26 3.7

 
CT9L(DL1YD-DK3DM-DJ8OG-DF8AE-DB7QJ-DL1YFF-IK2QEI-SV8CS-DK5QN-DL1QW-DL8OBQ-DJ6QT)   M/2 HP   21,026,7002005-11-03 10:30:46
Thanks to all stations who have worked us. Big thanks to the contest-crew who
made it possible to get a so good score under bad condition (esp. 1st day).
We had a lot of fun! This is a unchecked result.
Walter, DJ6QT
 
UA9AYA(UA9BA)   SOSB/40 HP   859,8522005-11-03 10:44:26
I thank Nodir - EY8MM - very much for the drive of THE COMPETITION among us two!

I am amazed with another superb score by Jiri - OK1RI!
I congratulate Jim - CN2R - with possible new WORLD RECORD!
I want to specially mention everybody else that stood up and survived under
40m ZOO conditions this past weekend.
73's & GL, Willy UA9BA
 
W7FP   SOSB/20 LP   140,0002005-11-03 11:20:32
better condx than expected. nice to have high antenna working once again! Hurts
on low power to miss zones 37 & 39 & 36 & several countries cuz cant break the
pileup. Still i always enjoy the test every year, lots of fun, see you agn next
year God willing, Chuck
 
N4VA   SOAB(A) LP   375,2402005-11-03 11:28:48
Nice to work some nearby friends for a new country / zone. Tnx!
 
OT5G(ON4MA-ON5TN)   M/S HP   4,071,1302005-11-03 12:35:13
Back to contesting after several years no M/S activity at John's ON4UN place,I
started to build a modest station at my home.A lot work had to be
done.Putting a second tower and antennas ,filters,coax stubs and a switching
system for antennas for SO2R!I decided to do a M/S andthe last 14 days where
hard work to get everthing ready.It was friday evening 6 hours before the
contestwhen we where ready.Long days of 15 hours planning and building
everything you need in a M/S station.
My friend ON5TN KAREL who is new in contestingas was a very big help in
this.Thanks Karel you are always welcome at my home.Thanks also go's to MARK
ON4WW to help to setup the multiplier antenna.Also DOC ON4IZ and JOHN ON4UN to
support me and loan me some stuff I quickly needed.
The contest was more a test how things would work.Murphy was not present
the whole contest and Karel ON5TN did a wonderful job hunting mults and do some
running.You know KAREL from his expedition 6W/ON5TN.He is not a SSB guy ,loves
CW!He really enjoyed the weekend.Lowband was a bit difficult to listen between
the strong EU signals for him.I think for a tribander station the result is
good.We lost some concentration on sunday morning and I needed a quick nap but
forgot the run with the JA's and lost a opening with NA on 10M.Saturday
propagation was not like on Sunday.The first day not a decent run whas
possible,Sunday where whe had a big pile-up with NA on 15m and 20M with average
runs of4.2/min.That remembered me of the big runs at ON4UN station.Whe did not
get any problems with the filtering system.Whe have now put up a plan where we
can be better and what we need to have a bigger score.But that's like God told""
Rome is not build in one day" and whe want to have fun.I took a lot of picture's
and prior the contest whe had 3 days a very beautiful sunrise with a game of
lights which I do not remember having seen before in my life.Picture's can be
viewed at http://users.telenet.be/on4ma/OT5G.html

See you in the CW part !!

Marc ON4MA
 
YU7AV   SOSB/80 HP   265,9802005-11-03 12:53:17
NA - 164
SA - 8
EU - 1215
AS - 88
AF - 13
OC - 8

TNX for all calls! 73, VOJA
 
VY2TT   M/S HP   1,792,1402005-11-03 13:06:52
Skip, KJ6Y and I went up to the station a week early to fix antennas, rotators,
etc. The WX was terrible the first few days, so we could only do ground work.
The WX cooperated Thursday and Friday, but by Friday night there was still no
80M antennas up. We agreed this would be a casual effort, mostly trying out what
had been fixed. We were so tired from the flurry of work Thursday & Friday that
we were both napping when the contest started. We spent most of the day Saturday
outside and by Saturday night all antennas, etc. were up and working. Hopefully
they will stay that way through the winter. Last year, everything was working at
the end of CQWW Phone, but by the time I got there for CQWW CW, things had
broken.

73, Ken, K6LA/VY2TT
 
K4RO   SOAB(A) HP   236,0802005-11-03 13:23:54
Just played around as activities permitted,
with a busy weekend limiting this to part time.
I used N1MM plus packet which felt sort of like
playing a video game at times - shoot the mults!
But it wasn't nearly as thrilling as finding the
multipliers myself. N1MM worked OK, except when
I tried to run, it would crash my Windows XP computer.
So it was almost all S&P operating. There were some
good plieups, which are always a rush to go after.

Bad line noise wiped out many signals on 20 thru 10.
I hope it stops by CW SS. 40 meters was an absolute
mess, but my night time operating was limited. AD4EB
beat me in at least one pileup. Jim whatever you're
doing there, it's working well; keep it up.

Farewell W0ETC. We will miss you in the TCG.

73

-Kirk K4RO
 
LX/ON4ACA   SOAB(A) LP   444,1082005-11-03 14:13:55
nice contest only some problems with the antenna for 10,15,20 and 160m hihi.
have enjoy the qso on the 80m band ,see you next contest
73! de on4aca and assistent Dirk
 
WA1S   SOAB LP   1,281,2502005-11-03 15:01:01
Saturday I did not have use of the TH7DX Tribander because SWR read infinite. I
used only a G5RV Senior and 40 meter dipole. On Sunday morning the beam was
working and worked flawlessly till the end of the contest. I have yet to figure
the cause.
 
S57UN(@S53O)   SOSB(A)/20 HP   632,1682005-11-03 16:25:09
This year decide to try my self for a first time in the categorie 20mHP.Very
nice experience.Conditions were good,but QRM were unvelibile.The start of
competitions was very bad with some Eu and AS stations.After sunrise i work with
many of UA0,JA,VK,ZL.At the evening work EU and NA and many iteresting dxcc from
SA.I was very happy because of work R1ANN and R1ANF in the evening.Sunnday after
sunrise good propagation to long pass work VK,ZL and JA.On CQ comes also WL7SJ
and AL1G from new zone 1 and VK8AV from zone 29.
In afternoon great conditions for W6,W7 and stations from zone 3.At the end of
competitions i was very suprise with 5Z4DZ from new zone 37.I still misssing
zones 10,12,34 even i heard couple of times stations from zone 10 and 12.
Thanks to S53O for using his equipment.
Kenwood TS 850S,4 el YAGI and KT34,1500W AMP.
 
V31MQ(WQ5C)   SOSB/20 LP   195,7412005-11-03 16:48:47
Operation from the island of Caye Caulker, Belize - IOTA NA-073
http://stdxcc.org/belize.htm
 
J7DM   M/S HP   6,750,2302005-11-03 16:51:33
Peter, Jim, Glen and I decided to head to Dominica this year. Once again we
took nearly everything with us, including two radios, one amplifier, two TA-33
antennas, bandpass filters, computers, coax, etc. We were very fortunate to
have been introduced in advance to Lambert Charles, J73LC by George Wagner,
K5KG. George has operated from Dominica a number of times. Lambert provided
invaluable assistance, including help with our licenses and delivering two tall,
freshly-cut bamboo poles to use as masts for the TA-33s. Everything was ready
around noon on Thursday, so Lambert took us on a fascinating tour of the
island.
We were all set to start the RUN station on 20M, but the band died to the US
right around the beginning of the contest. So we went to 40M and ran it for
most of the night. We found that we were able to do pretty well with the
kilowatt on the run station, but the multiplier station was a challenge with
only 200 watts. Many multipliers were simply missed, and a number of others
required a lot of calling to get through. However, we were able to generate a
number of 200-hours with the run station. During the 1900Z hour on Saturday we
noticed some loud stateside signals on 10M on the multiplier station, so we
switched the run station to 10M and all hell broke loose. I was the beneficiary
of great rates with loud clear signals for quite a while before relinquishing
the chair to Jim. Saturday night Peter and I let Jim and Glen sleep all night
while we worked the low bands. What can I say? Fondness for the low bands must
be in the genes. In return, Jim and Glen took most of the work on Sunday,
putting 1500 Qs in the log. Peter sat down for the last three hours on 20M and
made over 700 contacts before the end of the contest. He was smoking!
This was the 4th trip to the Caribbean for my cut-down TA-33. It seems to work
better than it has a right to.
Thanks to everyone who worked us. QSL all contacts before, during and after the
contest to me, K2DM.
 
VK9XD(VK2CZ)   SOAB HP   1,900,0002005-11-03 18:20:23
Hi all,
The numbers above are rough from memory only, but close. Had massive runs into
EU on all bands, and this year 40m into EU was orderly ! The 10m propagation
into the Americas never ocurred, albeit I watched it very closely.

Highlights were running a pileup on 75m before the surface wave radar hit me at
+10dB/9 (and that was with a 6dB attenuator in the receiver). Also exceeding my
QSO target on 160m by 20% was very satisfying, with quite a pileup heard on 1843
- but I stood no chance behind that racket.

10m was the major disappointment, with over 1000 less QSO's on 10m compared to
last year - identical setup, 5ele monobander, TL922 and IC756pro3.

Which makes me ask.. the IC756pro3 has all sorts of little audio artifacts when
listening to some shortwave AM stations (in either SSB or AM modes).. like
periodic clicking. Shortwave broadcast stations are actually useful here when
not playing ham radio. My first reaction was to turn off the noise blanker, and
then the noise reduction, and then put maximum attenuation into the receiver...
with zero effect.

Charlie's (VK9XG) radio couldn't cover that part of the band to see if it was
some sort of station ID data.. we did a quick self test on the Pro3 receiver
using the marker - and it seemed to pass OK. This warrants another look..

Lots of fun here this year, the wet season arrived early and working in the
crazy humidity here was a slow chore. I've lost 3kg.

I talked Charlie (W0YG) into bring a microphone (he'd never used it before:-)
with the intent to set a single band record on island.. Reluctantly agreeing,
and prising him from the key on 160m during the CQWW event, he will rank well.

The station was a joint effort between Charlie and myself, and I must than him
for leaving the Colorado snow behind. With two complete and independant
stations, we negotiated access to active band antenna coax's during the CQWW
event. I liked Charlies quote "If I use the microphone, someone may hear me".

All the best.
David Burger VK9XD (home call VK2CZ).
 
NK7U   M/2 HP   4,048,3472005-11-03 18:45:48
 
K5TR   M/S HP   3,897,4882005-11-03 19:57:45
This summer I was not sure I could get fired up to do a single op all
band effort in this contest so I put together a small multi-single.
As it turned out the conditions were quite decent on the bands and I
kind of missed not doing SOAB. But, in the end this was quite a bit
of fun and I even got to sleep a few hours. WM5R and N5TR came over
and put in a lot of radio time. N5TR had not been on the radio since
the W1AW/5 effort here in 2002 and that was the first time he had been
on the radio since several years before. He got of on the job
training in software and everything else.

A month ago I built and put up a new 15 meter yagi. It is 6 elements
on a 36' boom and it replaced a Cushcraft 4 element yagi. Other than
the California QSO party this was really it's first test on the band
and it passed. Everyone agreed it works very well and is a keeper.

http://www.kkn.net/albums/k5tr_station_photos/dsc08502.sized.jpg

The bands were quite good - 80 meters was a big surprise. Lots EU and
it was quiet enough on both ends for us to do much better than normal.
The long path on 40 meters was good and we were very pleased with our
mult totals on all the bands.

The only real problem here was that one of the amps was not working
well or at all on some bands so at times we were limited to 100 watts
on some bands or we had to shuffle the bands between the stations.
Mainly this was a problem on 10 and 15 meters but mostly we were able
to work around it - good thing that 10 meters was in such poor shape
it would have hurt us more than it did.

Thanks for all the contacts.


Contest Dates : 29-Oct-05, 30-Oct-05
Callsign Used : K5TR
Operators : WM5R, N5TR, K5TR
Category : M/S

BAND Raw QSOs Valid QSOs Points Countries Zones
___________________________________________________________

160SSB 26 26 53 23 11
80SSB 121 121 304 76 23
40SSB 347 347 948 107 30
20SSB 594 594 1338 130 37
15SSB 1182 1182 3184 130 37
10SSB 87 87 225 31 9
___________________________________________________________

Totals 2357 2357 6052 497 147

Final Score = 3,897,488 points.


Station:
http://www.kkn.net/~k5tr/blanco/k5tr_station.html

160 - Inverted L
- NE, NW, SE, SW beverages ~500' long

80 - Half wave sloping dipoles - sloped NE, NW & S from 120'.
- NE, NW, SE, SW beverages ~500' long

40 - Cushcraft 40-2CD at 120' fixed NE
- Cushcraft 40-2CD at 97'
- NE, NW, SE, SW beverages ~500' long

20 - 6 element yagis at 80' and 40' fixed NE
- 6 element yagi at 90'(rotates)
- 6 element yagi 40' fixed NW
- 4 element yagi 60' fixed SE

15 - 6 element yagi at 70' (rotates)
- 4 element yagi at 50' fixed SE

10 - 6 element yagi at 60' (rotates)
- 6 element yagi at 30' fixed NE
- 4 element yagi at 40' fixed SE


160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL
--- -- -- -- -- -- ---
USA calls = 3 5 10 114 58 5 195
VE calls = 2 17 31 57 101 1 209
N.A. calls = 14 25 27 42 47 20 175
S.A. calls = 4 11 23 37 74 60 209
Euro calls = 2 47 135 235 527 0 945
Afrc calls = 1 8 13 18 23 1 64
Asia calls = 0 1 7 23 26 0 57
JA calls = 0 1 81 56 263 0 401
Ocen calls = 0 6 20 12 63 0 101

Total calls = 26 121 347 594 1182 87 2357

HR 160 80 40 20 15 10 HR TOT CUM TOTAL SCORE
-- ----- ------- ------- -------- -------- -------- ------ --------- -----
0 --- --- 4/8 24/35 34/26 --- 62/69 62/69 0.01M
1 --- --- 21/24 26/7 --- --- 47/31 109/100 0.03M
2 --- 11/14 17/21 13/2 --- --- 41/37 150/137 0.05M
3 10/15 26/16 11/13 --- --- --- 47/44 197/181 0.09M
4 4/5 14/12 9/12 --- --- --- 27/29 224/210 0.12M
5 2/2 24/21 6/6 4/6 --- --- 36/35 260/245 0.16M
6 3/4 16/7 7/7 --- --- --- 26/18 286/263 0.19M
7 2/2 11/4 8/4 4/4 --- --- 25/14 311/277 0.22M
8 --- 4/6 13/6 --- --- --- 17/12 328/289 0.24M
9 1/1 1/2 26/5 4/6 --- --- 32/14 360/303 0.28M
10 --- --- 15/0 3/4 --- --- 18/4 378/307 0.30M
11 --- --- 19/1 2/2 --- --- 21/3 399/310 0.32M
12 --- --- 4/3 49/35 5/6 --- 58/44 457/354 0.42M
13 --- --- --- 75/7 7/12 --- 82/19 539/373 0.50M
14 --- --- --- 69/5 32/24 8/12 109/41 648/414 0.65M
15 --- --- --- 3/3 85/10 5/7 93/20 741/434 0.79M
16 --- --- --- 30/3 47/17 --- 77/20 818/454 0.92M
17 --- --- --- 38/3 9/12 --- 47/15 865/469 1.01M
18 --- --- --- 21/6 20/7 16/2 57/15 922/484 1.10M
19 --- --- --- 4/4 29/3 30/11 63/18 985/502 1.21M
20 --- --- --- 3/3 22/2 12/0 37/5 1022/507 1.26M
21 --- --- --- 2/3 58/6 --- 60/9 1082/516 1.36M
22 --- --- --- 5/5 108/9 --- 113/14 1195/530 1.57M
23 --- --- 5/5 5/7 104/4 --- 114/16 1309/546 1.80M
0 --- --- --- 36/5 10/1 --- 46/6 1355/552 1.88M
1 --- --- 25/6 10/0 --- --- 35/6 1390/558 1.95M
2 2/3 2/2 32/2 --- --- --- 36/7 1426/565 2.03M
3 --- 2/2 21/1 --- --- --- 23/3 1449/568 2.07M
4 1/1 1/1 10/0 --- --- --- 12/2 1461/570 2.10M
5 --- 3/4 10/1 --- --- --- 13/5 1474/575 2.14M
6 --- 1/1 9/1 5/0 --- --- 15/2 1489/577 2.16M
7 --- --- 6/1 --- --- --- 6/1 1495/578 2.18M
8 --- --- 24/0 1/2 --- --- 25/2 1520/580 2.22M
9 --- 1/2 13/2 --- --- --- 14/4 1534/584 2.26M
10 --- 1/2 12/3 --- --- --- 13/5 1547/589 2.31M
11 1/1 1/1 4/0 --- --- --- 6/2 1553/591 2.32M
12 --- 1/1 16/5 --- 2/2 --- 19/8 1572/599 2.39M
13 --- --- --- 24/1 107/18 1/1 132/20 1704/619 2.70M
14 --- --- --- --- 95/2 --- 95/2 1799/621 2.88M
15 --- --- --- 1/1 78/0 --- 79/1 1878/622 3.01M
16 --- --- --- --- 104/3 1/2 105/5 1983/627 3.22M
17 --- --- --- --- 75/0 1/1 76/1 2059/628 3.35M
18 --- --- --- 1/2 4/0 8/1 13/3 2072/631 3.39M
19 --- --- --- 45/1 --- 4/2 49/3 2121/634 3.48M
20 --- --- --- 35/0 12/1 --- 47/1 2168/635 3.54M
21 --- --- --- 48/1 2/0 --- 50/1 2218/636 3.62M
22 --- --- --- 2/2 74/0 1/1 77/3 2295/639 3.76M
23 --- 1/1 --- 2/2 59/2 --- 62/5 2357/644 3.90M
D1 22/29 107/82 165/115 384/150 560/138 71/32 1309/546
D2 4/5 14/17 182/22 210/17 622/29 16/8 1048/98
TO 26/34 121/99 347/137 594/167 1182/167 87/40 2357/644


Gross QSO's=2357 Dupes=21 Net QSO's=2336

Unique callsigns worked = 1847

The best 60 minute rate was 145/hour from 1310 to 1409
The best 30 minute rate was 168/hour from 1335 to 1404
The best 10 minute rate was 180/hour from 1340 to 1349

The best 1 minute rates were:
6 QSO's/minute 1 times.
5 QSO's/minute 6 times.
4 QSO's/minute 39 times.
3 QSO's/minute 134 times.
2 QSO's/minute 415 times.
1 QSO's/minute 912 times.

Number of letters in callsigns
Letters # worked
-----------------
3 28
4 528
5 828
6 890
7 19
8 21
9 15
10 7

------------ M u l t i p l i e r S u m m a r y ------------
Mult 160 80 40 20 15 10 Total Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------
14 2 22 78 121 339 0 562 23.8
25 0 1 82 57 261 0 401 17.0
15 0 20 44 89 143 0 296 12.6
04 2 13 24 64 60 3 166 7.0
05 2 4 8 60 50 4 128 5.4
08 9 16 20 21 27 18 111 4.7
03 1 2 6 44 41 0 94 4.0
13 0 2 3 16 30 32 83 3.5
11 0 1 7 7 27 11 53 2.2
09 4 7 9 11 11 9 51 2.2
20 0 3 9 8 25 0 45 1.9
16 0 3 5 16 21 0 45 1.9
33 1 6 8 8 15 0 38 1.6
07 2 4 4 11 9 0 30 1.3
30 0 1 6 2 14 0 23 1.0
31 0 3 6 5 9 0 23 1.0
28 0 0 1 3 15 0 19 0.8
06 1 4 2 7 3 1 18 0.8
12 0 1 3 2 4 8 18 0.8
32 0 1 2 1 13 0 17 0.7
02 1 3 3 2 4 0 13 0.6
27 0 0 2 2 9 0 13 0.6
24 0 0 1 3 8 0 12 0.5
19 0 0 0 5 5 0 10 0.4
01 1 0 0 3 5 0 9 0.4
35 0 1 1 4 2 0 8 0.3
17 0 0 3 3 1 0 7 0.3
36 0 1 1 2 1 1 6 0.3
38 0 0 2 2 2 0 6 0.3
29 0 1 3 0 2 0 6 0.3
21 0 0 0 3 2 0 5 0.2
10 0 0 1 1 2 0 4 0.2
18 0 0 0 3 1 0 4 0.2
40 0 0 1 2 1 0 4 0.2
39 0 0 0 1 2 0 3 0.1
37 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0.1
34 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.0
23 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.0
26 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.0
------------------------------------------------------
Total 26 120 345 592 1166 87 2336

Multi-band QSO's
----------------
1 bands 1552
2 bands 178
3 bands 67
4 bands 30
5 bands 13
6 bands 7

The following stations were worked on 6 bands:

6Y2Z PJ2T 8P9R FY5KE V47KP V26B
J7DM

----- S i n g l e B a n d Q S O ' s -----
Band 160 80 40 20 15 10
----------------------------------------------
QSOs 7 31 171 371 926 46
 
W7YAQ   SOAB LP   295,7132005-11-03 21:44:51
Two new countries on 80 were the highlight -- Tnx CU2B and CX5BW! Spent slow
times reorganizing the shack and reading the manual for my new TS570S(G).

73,
Bob
 
9A3RE   SOSB/160 LP   16,8562005-11-03 23:34:59
rx/tx: ic-706mkII
pwr: 100W
ant: T vertical 17m
 
S5ØY(S57AL)   SOSB/20 HP   430,9202005-11-04 00:15:29
Cu in CW.
 
DP6A   M/S HP   2,002,0222005-11-04 00:48:08
DP6A:


Rig: TT ORION and Elecraft K2
PA: Hombrew and TT 425
Antennas: 3Band Beam (10-20m)
2el Yagi (40m)
Vertical (160 and 80m)
Dipol (160m)
K9AY

73 de Dieter, DL8OH
 
DQØQ(@DFØHQ)   M/M HP   15,066,0122005-11-04 01:14:13
It's just the raw score after merging the logs...
 
OH6KN(OH6UM)   SOSB/20 HP   1,762,1682005-11-04 02:24:26
4000+ Q's (dupes included) at this point of the sunspot cycle from above 65N
sure feels pretty good. I had my share of troubles, and the propagation wasn't
quite as good as I had hoped for, but hey - there must be some potential still
left there! :)

Some 30+ multipliers missing compared to the top scores from previous years. I
probably should check my ears.


OM's Veijo/OH6KN and Juha/OH8NC - MNI TNX for giving me the the opportunity to
operate from this superb station.


CU all on CW!

73 de Pasi OH6UM/OH2IW
 
D44TD(IV3TAN)   SOSB/20 HP   2,426,1102005-11-04 03:31:43
What a bad propagation!!!!!!

I've never heard a bad propagation on 20 meters in Cape Verde like in this
contest!!!
During the second night (Sunday night) i have had an incredible propagation
black-out for more than 5 hours!!!!!!! No ONE station in the band.
I'm real disappointed about my results: 350 qso, 2 zone and 18 country less than
last year!

I have been really happy to listen all the new hams with ex VHF licence (like
all IW italian prefix) on the HF band!

Many thanks to all people that called D44TD in the contest.

Station: RTX Icom 756 Pro II, Home made Linear Amplifier with 3CX1500 (8877 -
1500 w out),
4 el. Hy Gain 204 BA @ 60 ft. (18 mt.) to USA direction,
3 el. (C19XR by Force 12) @ 70 ft. (21 mt) to Europe direction
2 el. (C3 by Force 12) @ 50 ft. (15 mt) to south Asia - Africa direction.

73 de IV3TAN - D44TD
 
F1TIM   SOAB LP   17,6282005-11-04 04:27:57
Unfortunately only a few hours of activity due to family constraints...
 
CX6VM   SOAB(A) HP   998,1412005-11-04 04:37:34
Not much time to do the full contest, but I enjoyed working many friends.

73,
Jorge
 
N8II   SOAB HP   2,660,4752005-11-04 06:24:23
I wouldn't spend the weekend working the WW if I didn't get some enjoyment
out of it, but it's definitely less enjoyable when ten meters is not much
of a factor. My low band antennas are just not that competitive.
At the start, I thought I'd get smart and load stations into the
memories who were warming up on 20M. I had 10 memories loaded by 2359 and
wouldn't you know it, the Caribbean basically died out promptly at 00Z!
Maybe 3 out of 10 were left to work. Some of the Carib. did come back in
towards the end of the first hour probably due to Es, but I didn't even
manage 60 Q's in first hour. I went to 40 the 2nd hour and found the
expected wall to wall QRM from 7002 to 7100; all the Eu were loud. About
half the stations were working USA split. Very few took advantage of the
new Eu privielges between 7100-7200, food for thought. There was good 160
activity by 02Z and most Caribbean stations were easy to work, but there
were only a few weak Eu not hearing USA well (no Q's). Then I went up to
75 at 0213 to find quite good condx. After sweeping the band finding many
loud sigs from Eu and a few to the south, I started a run which lasted
maybe 45 minutes until my Tx freq was taken over by a local multi-op.
Quite a few countries called which I might have missed otherwise, but
nothing that rare. At least I was able to copy most every one who called
thru the QRM; the band was busy! Sigs were still good from Eu on 40M at
04Z, not much of any drop out from the MUF dipping below 7 MHz. I probably
should have kept going past 0430 when I quit for the night, because it
took a long time to get to sleep (what's that?, Hi!).
Both mornings on 160/75 pre-sunrise, you could barely tell the WW was
in progress. I called AH7C, the only Pacific DX heard on 75 about 5 times
and gave up. He didn't seem to be hearing well. The only 40M DX to the
west was ZL6QH who wasn't loud, but heard me first call. Up to 20 at 1128Z
which was WIDE OPEN and full of activtiy, I tried to run around 14169 and
was amazingly successful. This was perhaps the best run surprise of the
test. Despite QRM above and below, I was able to run without getting that
many repeats. A lot of the loud guys were available and tuning around
looking for Q's. The run was so good on 20 (150 Q's in the 12Z hour), that
I was late getting up to 15 at 1307 which was wall to wall full of loud Eu.
However, signals were noticeably weaker than on 20. After a few S&P's, my
2nd run freq took hold and I was off into run Nirvana again. Best hour was
125 in the 14Z hour. Activity from Russia was wonderful, but their sigs
were considerably weaker than western Eu and by 1415 or so they were
fading into the sunset literally. Activity seemed at an all time high
from Belgium and down a bit from Italy and Serbia. It was interesting that
the UK dropped out around 15Z only to come roaring back around 1645Z.
15 stayed runable to very western Eu til around 18Z. I should have
to 20M sooner as condx were in the slowly closing mode already by 18Z.
Many sigs were weak, a few callers were booming in.
Ten opened to zones 11-13 around 15Z, but was nearly totally dead 17-18Z.
When I checked again at 20Z, what a difference! The Caribberan was booming
in as far north as KP2/4! It took maybe 30 minutes of intense S&P to cull
out what I could. Some zone 8's missed the opening being so late in the
afternoon, but a late day opening is typical of very low solar activity.
There were only a few Pacific stns on 15 (A35, ZL, VK2KPP, KH6) in the late
afternoon. With the setting sun came much tougher going and I started
tiring. 20 was nearly dead to JA at 22Z; I worked about 3. At 01Z the
JA's were S7 to in the noise on 20, but considerably better. I S&P'ed 2
zone 19's, 1 zone 18 and a VY1. KL7 was in the noise. The low bands were
down from the night before, but knowing that 160 peaks to Eu often around
23-24Z, I was rewarded with my first Eu Q's. HG8L was loud but barely
hearing any USA. OZ1HXQ and GM0B were easy high in the band with no USA
callers. Sigs on 75M were noticeably down from the first day, but several
new DXCC in Eu and to the south were logged. 40 was dropping out to Eu by
02Z, with a few loud southern Eu left.
The 2nd day pre-dawn was quieter than the first, but I did manage to get
2 KH6's on 75M and only worked 2 stations on 40 one of which was a VE. A
VK6 couldn't hear me. I hit 20 just as the band was starting to open to
northern EU, very weak to UA. This time there was no magic and I gave up
on 14176 after 5 min or so and didn't do that well higher in the band;
S&P might have been better looking back. It was a relief when 15 opened
to the runable point around 1210Z; my best hour was 122 at 13Z. A wide
SP2 plopped about 3 kHz up and made for a lot of repeats (he wouldn't
move or reduce drive). On both 20 and 15 all day, many fairly to very
weak stations called making the runs a tiresome and less enjoyable
experience. Many times I had to wait for a break in the QRM or the
signal to QSB up to readable. At about 1355Z, my run frequency became
wonderfully quiet making me wonder if 10M was wide open. I stuck with
the good rate on 15 for about 20 minutes, then jumped to up ten which
was BARELY open to EU, but that was more than I had hoped for after not
even an African on Saturday. I called and worked 4 G's, 2 F's, MW4C,
3 EA's, and the only decent signal from 5B/AJ2O. I found ZS6BRZ who was
being called by FR1HZ. Efforts to poach the FR by asking him to QSY up
didn't work, but after about 3 minutes of CQ'ing after working the ZS,
he called in so weak at first I could barely tell there was a signal.
ZD8Z was weak and hopelessly busy with EU, but I caught him later first
call. Also worked were VE1JF, VP5T, VP5KE, and HI8ROX on ? Es. About 1
hr. later a 2nd check of 10 yielded a couple of EA's plus EA8's and CT9L
+ CT3YA. In the 17Z hour western EU was booming in on 15, then time for
20 at 18Z which was a bit strange. Sigs from DL and nearby were quite
weak but 4X0WV called complimenting my signal and G's/F's were loud.
Northern EU was sparse, but sigs good. 10 was never quite a good to the
Caribbean as the day before, but zones 11 and 13 were plentiful, nothing
heard to west. The last 4 hours were fairly slow with LP VK/ZL on 20M
(thanks to KD2RD for letting me work his ZL) and good AF condx, but poor
activity.
The pluses of this outing were: being able to run Eu reasonably well for
long stretches despite very full 15/20M bands; the quality of the DX ops
seems to have improved (many good ones) which always makes for an enjoyable
conetst; condx were not very disturbed (but polar DX was still tough);
10M was better than expected to Eu, but what a difference from 2004; and
I didn't need to get into any frequency fights with someone trying to take
over a run frequency.
There was one Caribbean moron who I listened to thru 4 Q's without giving
his call. When I dumped mine in out of desparation, he said I was a dupe
and I should get his call before calling. He never did identify. My time
is just as valuable as someone running a pile-up; ID or suffer the dupe
consequences.
African activity seemed down quite a bit from the last couple of years
(I looked pretty often). Eu activity was the usual nearly bottomless pit.
JA's are not much of a factor here at the bottom of the cycle, only a
handful worked only on 20M. I never heard zones 22-24 and 26-28, though
locals reported working JT and BV on 20M.
Many thanks for all the Q's and a tiring but fun weekend.
 
K9TTT   SOSB/40 HP   20,4752005-11-04 06:34:19
KITTT PUTS OUT BIG SCORE, WITH HIGH Q'S; MANY STATIONS THINK I AM HIM AND I GET
MANY B4'S. HAVE TO SOMETIMES CALL 3-4 TIMES TO GET THEM TO RECOQIZE THAT I AM
DIFFERENT! GUESS THAT'S THE BREAKS HI HI
 
N1IK   SOAB HP   1,289,8712005-11-04 06:52:48
 
J49Z   M/S HP   5,720,2792005-11-04 07:34:37
We want to thank Max, IZ4DPV for joining the team
and making a great job, before, during and after the contest..

For the first time we had a very good antenna for 160!
and a good setup for the low bands.
Unfortunately high wind and rough sea ruined mostly
everything on saturday afternoon.
We lost again a 40 mt vertical at sea, and the 160
blown when a sea wave hit it, right when we were
answering VE1ZZ (sorry, we missed you)!
The two phased full-size verticals on 80 worked well
until all the radials were thrown away by the seawaves.
The 20mt band is our weakness, we know, and this year
has been really very though!

Well, at least the fun has been at high levels
as always.
Thanks to all for qsos.

In a very short time you will read more, and see pictures,
on the web site:
http://www.qsl.net/i2wij/j49z/j49z.html

Bob, I2WIJ (on behalf of the J49Z team)
 
OT5A(@ON4LIR)   M/M HP   15,188,9922005-11-04 07:50:24
For more info pse see pictures at http://www.on7lr.org/
The score here is the score we had at the end of the contest. We will start
checking the logs. If needed I will send a new summary.
It was great that we had a lot of new 'starting' operators in the crew. In a few
years they can run the MM station.
We have tried some new things in the station and have to do an evaluation on
what must be done or changed for the next contest.
The different actions in the rooms and shacks are clear to see on the url;
Thanks to all for all the contacts we could make.
Best regards,
Guy on7nb
for OT5A
 
GW4BLE   SOAB HP   6,484,2392005-11-04 08:06:52
Considering the lack of sun-spots, the total score is not much down on last
year, so very pleased with my overall performance.

2 x 1000MP, Drake L7, Kenwood TL922.
TH7, A3, 40-2CD, 80M dipole, tower shunt-fed for 160.

Writelog 10.5x
 
VE2IM(VE3DZ)   SOAB HP   6,436,3652005-11-04 08:16:17
 
OM8A(@OM3RMM)   M/S HP   10,608,2422005-11-04 08:35:24
 
GM7V(GM4YXI)   SOSB/80 HP   262,1162005-11-04 10:04:19
No SOAB for me this year.....all my antennas crocked and no time to fix 'em so
80 SB was my way to not missing the contest.
Conditions did not seem so bad on the first night but not too good before my
sunrise on Sunday. There were some spectacularly loud stations from the US but
very few second and third layer stations.....maybe the casual operator was just
giving 80m a miss?
Had a load of problems with my hastily assembled beverage system this year and
did not solve the trouble until daytime Sunday......Boy, what a difference when
I did. I guess I may have missed some mults due to excess noise on Rx prior to
the fix but in general my lesson for this event is not enough S&P for
multipliers. My score has suffered badly as a result.

Single band in the CW weekend.....80 or 40, depends on antenna work!

Thanks to all who called last weekend and see you in the next one.

Keith GM4YXI (GM7V)
 
LZ9W   M/M HP   14,100,0002005-11-04 10:27:43
Claimed score is before log merging so result may be a bit different after log
merging is done.

SSB is not our best mode at LZ9W. Contrary to other stns we are better on
CW:-)
Guys who operated mult stn are predominantly CW fans :-( and rarely operate on
SSB.

Relatively poor condx in this year CQWW SSB. Especially it was evident for me on
160m - just 280 QSOs first night. Sunday evening top band condx improved
significantly. 15m had a deep QSB and it was difficult to dig the callsigns.
Definetly we have a problem hearing on SSB on lower bands. There was a noise
comming from the East on 160m and 80m which prevented us from working more East
located stns and multies.
We'll probably try two low, phased Inv Vees for 160m in CW part, if weather
condx permit to install them.

However sharp increase from 660 QSOs (2004) to 1205 QSOs (2005) on 80m and also
from 480 QSOs(2004) to 699 QSOs( 2005) on 160m.
4 SQR is playing well on 80m and we expect it to do even better in CW portion
with good CW ops who will operate on this band.
QSO nos increased on 40 and 20m ,too and we made a bit less on 15m than in
2004.


Thanks everyone for calling us and please do it again on CW after few
weeks:-).

OPS
160m - LZ2CJ
80m - LZ1UQ, LZ2UU
40m - LZ5VK, Vasya
20m - LZ2PO, LZ3FN
15m - LZ1ANA,LZ1ZD
10m - LZ2HM
Mult - LZ2UZ,LZ1PM,LZ1RGM,LZ3UM

Equipment - see www.qsl.net/lz9w

See you all in CQWW CW !


73 de Wally LZ2CJ (LZ8T)
on behalf of LZ9W M/M Contest Team
 
KØRH   SOAB HP   788,7922005-11-04 13:31:16
SOUTH HEARTLAND AR CONTEST SOCEITY
 
LZ1ABC   SOAB HP   61,4782005-11-04 13:56:15
Vy nice condx.
Because 7Mhz sucks on SSB there is no use of playing hard.
See ya on CW part, sosb 7mhz.
Chav
 
W2RE   SOAB(A) HP   4,350,4562005-11-04 15:17:18
Just got off tower and found a bad piece of coax from the 20M stack to the six
pack at the base of tower. Now I know why I couldnt run or break pileups!

73, Ray W2RE
 
V47KP(K3NM)   SOAB HP   2,508,3802005-11-04 17:09:52
Had a great time on St. Kitts,Thanks for all the contacts. The pile ups on
Saturday and Sunday were great my best hour was 20 meters on Sunday 280 hr. I
cant figure out just why my Country total was so low. Alex and i will be on for
ARRL SSB.
Thanks Again

Joe
K3NM/V47NM
 
KY5R   SOSB/40 HP   92,8802005-11-04 17:38:45
Great to hr the band open early (PM)and close late(AM) my local time. Also hope
for more signals in the 7150-7200 from outside of NA in the future.
 
KA1CQR   SOAB LP   20,3982005-11-04 18:32:21
Running a Icom 746 into a 80 meter dipole orented notheast to southwest with a
MFJ974HB tuner. My first contest, had a ball!
 
N1DC   SOAB LP   70,3802005-11-04 19:07:49
This was a very limited efffort this year due to family comittments.

The surprise snow in eastern MA, fall created a very high SWR condition
with my beam. I had great difficulty for several hours on Saturday.

I hope to do much better in the CW contest.

73, Rick N1DC
 
N2GC   SOSB/40 HP   28,0282005-11-04 20:55:48
Had fun "DXing" for a few hours while doing other things in the shack.
 
V26B   M/M HP   19,471,6942005-11-05 05:49:47
Please let the goats out!
 
P49Y(AE6Y)   SOSB/15 HP   1,806,3362005-11-05 08:39:37
Last year I operated SOAB, and was a wreck following the contest. This year I
arrived on Aruba tired from my work schedule and decided that it would actually
be fun to have a vacation, including such activities as going to the beach. So
I opted for 15m single band, knowing that I probably couldn't beat a determined
effort from further South -- but I'd be able to sleep at night.

High points:
1) My best ever two calendar hours (1600Z-1800Z Saturday) of 370 and 325 QSOs.
2) Being abole to shut down the radio at 7-9 p.m. local time when there was
simply nothing else to work.
3) Enjoying the hospitality of the Aruban hams, including P43A, P43C, P43E,
P43L, P43M and the camaraderie of P40A (KK9A) and P40W (W2GD).

Low points:
1) Hearing PYs and LUs working US and Asia after in the evening when I couldn't
hear anyone they were working, and had already qualified for the "Worked all
PY-LU Award", hi.
2) Seeing PX5E post his results with 50 more mults than I had. Congratulations
on a FB job, but where in the devil did you find those mults??

Anyway, it was another very enjoyable week at teh P40Y-P40L station on Aruba.
Thanks to all for the QSOs.
73, Andy, AE6Y, P49Y
 
J3A   M/M HP   10,063,3342005-11-05 09:38:22
Club info will be in regular score submission. A special thanks to J39AL for
logistical support and various members of Grenada Amateur Radio Club for setup
assistance. Other than the EOC communications room we used, almost everything
was brought to the EOC pretty much like a Field Day event. The staff at the EOC
was very helpful and it was very nice to have both 110 and 220 volts available
all over the communications room.
 
N2BZP   M/S HP   108,5582005-11-05 10:08:39
Murphy....again 2 Computers died Really had to work to sace this log
 
WC1M   SOSB/20 HP   623,4162005-11-05 11:22:53
Antennas:

20M - 4el SteppIR @75', C3E @50'

Yagis on separate tubular towers (no vertical stacks)

Equipment:

Orion + Alpha 87A, FT-1000D + Acom 2000A, Writelog

I'm not a big fan of phone contests, but I do love CQ WW -- it has the best
format and the best participation of any contest. My favorite way to do SSB is
as part of a multi operation, so for the past six years I've participated in
this contest from multis at K1RX, KR1G (twice), 8P8P, NT1Y and KT1V (ex-KR1G).
When possible, I've added points for the club on Sunday after returning home.

This year I didn't have my act together and found myself in mid-October with no
plan for CQ WW SSB. For various reasons, I decided to do the contest SO from
home, mainly to rack up a few points for YCCC and see how my antennas fare in
this toughest of all contests for a small station.

This was my first (and perhaps last) attempt at a single-band entry. SB20 from a
small station at this point in the sunspot cycle is pretty-much a masochistic
exercise. My hat is off to anyone who tried it LP -- must have been brutal.

Despite a 4-el monobander and high-power, I had great difficulty finding and
holding a frequency, particularly during the morning opening. 20 opens a little
earlier for New England, which usually allows us to grab a frequency before the
rest of the US gets going. But this year loud Europeans were firmly entrenched
every few hundred KHz from 14150-14350 by the time I could work Europe. It would
have taken a high stack to get in there early.

I spent way too much time S&Ping up and down the band trying to find even the
tiniest opening for a run frequency. Unlike CW, there's a limit to how far the
BW can be narrowed or the PBT shifted to block the grunting frogs below and the
quacking ducks above. The Orion does a better job of this than any other radio
I've tried, but couldn't completely overcome the massive splatter. It was hard
to work even 100W stations, let alone QRP. Conditions were actually pretty good
-- when the QRM would abate for a second or two I had excellent copy on LP and
QRP stations.

When I found a frequency, I could push the 10-minute rate meter to 100, 120 or
even 150, but my run would last only a few minutes before I was forced off the
frequency by horrendous adjacent QRM or a loud station simply plopping down on
top of me. It seemed the only US stations that had any success were the big M/Ms
and a handful of big single-op stations.

There was often layer upon layer of stations on a given frequency, each calling
CQ, oblivious of one another. Several times when running at high rate, I
realized there was a US station calling underneath me. How could that op
continue to call and call when large numbers of loud Europeans were working me
in succession? One answer was that some of them were west coast stations calling
in a different direction. I found that out when moving my beam to the north to
pickup Asia and got an earful from a W7 who said he'd been on the frequency for
an hour. I'd been there nearly that long running about 100 EU stations!

I did quite a bit better as soon as 15 opened. US and EU stations left 20 in
droves and I had a little bit of time to run at high rate before 20 flattened
out. Then it was grind, grind, grind until the band opened up again at
1700z-1800z. Rate was generally better in the afternoon, not because of better
propagation but because of less QRM.

My mults aren't great, but not for lack of trying. I'm not too far off the east
coast competition on zones, but somewhat down from them on countries. W7WA seems
to have a lock on this category, putting up incredible mult totals. Nice work!


I think more Asian mults called me in this contest than any I can remember.
Always a thrill to be called by HS, HL, BY, DU, etc.

One nice thing about single band is you can spend a lot of time doing dedicated
S&P (i.e., not SO2R) without worrying too much about falling behind on Qs.
During my S&P sweeps I was able to really dig deep for mults.

That said, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I could work 20 SO2R. My two
beams are at least 350 feet apart, and the antenna I use mostly for running, the
SteppIR, has excellent F/B and F/S on 20. This allowed me to point the C3E S,
SW, NW, or N and scan for stations while CQing. I could get within 5 KHz or so
of the run radio frequency and still hear pretty well. While most of my mults
came from running and dedicated S&P, a few good ones came SO2R and I was able to
pad my QSO total a bit as well. Fun.

My overall score was greatly helped by good JA openings on Saturday and Sunday
afternoon/evening. Ran about 120 JAs between the two openings. Not a huge
number, but they were coming in strong and steady. Wish more JAs would
participate.

So, guess I can say "been there, done that". Probably don't need to do SB20
again. Hopefully next year I'll find my way to a multi -- much more fun and
definitely more sociable!

See you in CW.

73, Dick WC1M
 
NE3F(NE3F-K3ATO-N3OW-NT3V)   M/S QRP   3,339,3082005-11-05 11:45:13
best contest i have had in years! 40 stayed withme all night. I had the best 3
hour run ever on 20 on Sunday morning. Yes everything is still working
73
Steve & team NE3F
 
ES5TV   SOAB HP   6,698,3352005-11-05 11:52:43
Full 48 hour effort. Only one 2 minute pause at 24h mark. No food, some coffee
and energy drinks. Only last 2 hours were a bit difficult and I forgot sometimes
what I have to do. I remember telling just Hallo to one DL station on 40m
instead of 5915 cause I could not remember what I had to say:)

Would have not expected so good QSO count. More than 1200 over last years number
but score is only 400k better. DXCC is exactly 100 down from 2004 and that is
because of 10m mostly (15m also). Still very happy with personal best and hope
to be competitive in EU.

Great score by OE4A! He must have some SO2R skills that I don't to achieve so
high multipliers count. I made 600 QSOs on 2nd Radio and I can't really see
where I missed those 60 countries. Asked every possible mult to QSY. Those 60-70
mults give the leading edge and I would very much like to learn those magic
techniques!

Otherwise memorable moments are:

nearly 1 000 US, VE on 20m!! Most amazing 7 hour run Sunday evening to west
coast, that helped to beat last year's result. I have never felt so loud to west
coast before!

Nice JA activity and propagation on 20 and 15m - 150 JA on both bands!

Great DX on 160m. Just tried CQ for fun on sunrise Sunday morning: W3LPL,
HK4SAN, PV8DX, KT1V, KI1G called in! Usually western DX never hears me at my
sunrise. Called KV4FZ and V26B for long time but they did not copy:(

Very nice US run on 80m on 2nd night. Very suprised to work on SP: W6KW, W6RJ,
K7ZV, VE6JY, NK7U, VE6WZ. Beautiful!

Greatest QSYs: VK6LC from 40m to 80m and 160m at his sunrise!! Thanks Malcolm!
9M2CNC, HS0ZEE, VR2XMT, XU7TAS, YB4IR from 40m to 80m.
VK9XD from 10m to 15m and 20m!

Downsides:

More US on 160m than on 40m - 3 vs 2:)) Awfully bad conditions to US on 40m both
nights. Big guns did not even copy my 3over3! No chance for CQ. I missed VE mult
on 40m, horrible!

No African mults, where were you? Nobody called in on 40m besides double mults
5U7JB and ZS6BRZ.

A lot of stations still not asking if frequency is in use. No manners. HG6N does
that every contest. Next year I will make list of the others also.

CU in cw
73
tonno
es5tv
 
KU1CW   SOSB/80 HP   61,5442005-11-05 12:18:58
I may have broke the old W0 record that was set by Chuck(K0RF) in 1976(!). Back
than I was 11 year old boy in Belarus (USSR) and just started discovering
HF...
Set 2 new 880' NE/NW Beverages but never used it-4 square was always better.
Thanks everyone for the QSO's,
73, de Alex KU1CW/EU1CW
 
S52ZW   SOSB(A)/15 HP   871,9622005-11-05 12:47:43
Hello!
800 qso from North America and 400 qso from Japan made a good score.Tnx to
all,who called me in unnormal distractions,specially who had pattience to call
me more than twice...
Equipment: TS 850 S,linear amplifier with GS35B and 6 el Yagi at 23m.
CT 10.02.008

73 Fredi
 
CU2A(OH2UA)   SOSB/20 HP   845,4452005-11-06 02:25:41
 
DR5N(@DLØGK)   M/2 HP   2,942,7172005-11-06 05:20:58
for club competition: 1/2 BCC, 1/2 RRDXA
 
N1HTS   SOAB(A) LP   65,4502005-11-06 06:44:21
Not the greatest time with low multiband antennas and low power.
 
FY5KE   M/S HP   20,282,3142005-11-06 08:08:32
Another M/S effort from French Guyana, with Fabio I4UFH joining us for the first
time. Rather happy with the result, as 10m conditions were really unstable. Hard
job on the multipliers, which are always an impressive struggle from FY,
especially to europe on the lower bands.

The 80m sloper was replaced by a pair of phased full size verticals, using 10m
of aluminium tubes toped by DQ9SQ 10m fiber poles. For sure, a good choice !
We are still working with our 6 amplified beverages, a real help for us, up to
15m this year (10m signals were usually to weak).

No real high rates due to over crowded 20m and 15m bands, but a +/- similar
result in terms of QSO than in 2004.

More to come on www.fy5ke.org

For the FY5KE Contest Team,
Herve F5HRY
 
VY2LI   SOAB HP   715,2502005-11-06 09:17:17
Too many distractions,too many interruptions and tri-bander failure on Sunday
kept both time and score down but still a lot of fun after all these
years.Thanks to all who made into my log.See you in the next one.
 
YC3BDJ   SOSB/15 LP   543,4902005-11-06 20:07:20
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0:02 JA6GCE 59 59 25
0:02 JA7YAA 59 59 25
0:03 KN5H 59 59 3
0:03 W6TK 59 59 3
0:03 W7UT 59 59 3
0:04 N6DA 59 59 3
0:06 6K2CWC 59 59 25
0:06 JM1ANA 59 59 25
0:06 W6JZR 59 59 3
0:07 DU1KXR 59 59 27
0:08 JR9NVB 59 59 25
0:12 JQ1NGT 59 59 25
0:13 6K5AQY 59 59 25
0:13 JA1LLN 59 59 25
0:14 BG1JR 59 59 24
0:16 W6AFA 59 59 3
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0:27 HL5UOG 59 59 25
0:28 JA4AJB 59 59 25
0:29 JR1KAG 59 59 25
0:30 W9NGA 59 59 3
0:30 UA9UR 59 59 18
0:31 HR2AHC 59 59 7
0:31 JA8IJI 59 59 25
0:32 VE7SV 59 59 3
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0:33 YB2DX 59 59 28
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0:35 JA2GZV 59 59 25
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0:39 JF1RFZ 59 59 25
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0:50 K6KM 59 59 3
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1:15 UA0DC 59 59 19
1:16 7N2TNI 59 59 25
1:16 JR3CVO 59 59 25
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1:25 ZL1CN 59 59 32
1:26 UA9YAB 59 59 18
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1:44 JI2ZEY 59 59 25
1:45 JR0EFE/1 59 59 25
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1:46 JN1IZR 59 59 25
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1:52 RZ9UWK 59 59 18
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1:54 VR2YKW 59 59 24
1:56 JO6GIS 59 59 25
1:56 UN7PBY 59 59 17
1:57 JQ1AHZ/6 59 59 25
1:59 JA7XRH 59 59 25
1:59 JA3KKE/QRP 59 59 25
1:59 JL3RDC 59 59 25
2:00 JF4AIS 59 59 25
2:00 JH8KFN 59 59 25
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2:51 HC1JQ 59 59 10
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3:00 UA4SU 59 59 16
3:00 RK0AXX 59 59 18
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3:06 RV0AL 59 59 18
3:09 RU0AW 59 59 18
3:11 VK4AN 59 59 30
3:13 6K2ACS 59 59 25
3:14 JF1OPL 59 59 25
3:17 UT2IW 59 59 16
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3:22 BD7OH 59 59 24
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3:24 RN6FK 59 59 16
3:25 JK1FNL 59 59 25
3:25 4X4DZ 59 59 20
3:26 JA1JYS 59 59 25
3:29 JO1SIM 59 59 25
3:31 BG7JEZ 59 59 24
3:32 ST2T 59 59 34
3:33 RA0SCA 59 59 18
3:34 UA4RC 59 59 16
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3:35 B7P 59 59 24
3:39 RX4HZ 59 59 16
3:48 JA5SDU 59 59 25
3:49 H2T 59 59 20
3:50 VK1CC 59 59 30
3:55 JA3BDP 59 59 25
3:57 BA5RR 59 59 24
3:57 UN9GC 59 59 17
3:58 JA1QHQ 59 59 25
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3:58 JI6OXK 59 59 25
3:59 JA1UGN 59 59 25
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4:00 JA8JLC 59 59 25
4:01 UA4PKN 59 59 16
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4:02 7K1CPT 59 59 25
4:03 JO6QLS 59 59 25
4:03 JA1TMG 59 59 25
4:03 7K4GUR 59 59 25
4:04 JF1RPZ 59 59 25
4:05 VR2XLN 59 59 24
4:05 JS1KQQ 59 59 25
4:08 JE1GZB 59 59 25
4:14 HS1PDY 59 59 26
4:16 HZ9MD/M 59 59 21
4:16 UR5HAC 59 59 16
4:18 VK6DXI 59 59 29
4:22 SV8CRI 59 59 20
4:23 4Z5FI 59 59 20
4:29 RV6LFE 59 59 16
4:32 JA3TJA 59 59 25
4:32 DS3KLX 59 59 25
4:33 RV9SQ 59 59 16
4:35 UA0AKY 59 59 18
4:36 OH4R 59 59 15
4:37 RA3DNC 59 59 16
4:38 RD4HD 59 59 16
4:39 JP1QDH 59 59 25
4:39 DS4AEN 59 59 25
4:40 JK2VOC 59 59 25
4:41 JL8MBF 59 59 25
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4:41 7K4NBV 59 59 25
4:42 DS4FKX 59 59 25
4:43 S52ZW 59 59 15
4:44 YU1EL 59 59 15
4:44 JJ3FBS 59 59 25
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4:45 T96Q 59 59 15
4:46 HL50 59 59 25
4:46 US7IGF 59 59 16
4:47 RK9JWV 59 59 17
4:47 HL1OYF 59 59 25
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4:49 DS3GSK 59 59 25
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4:50 UT5UML 59 59 16
4:50 LZ9W 59 59 20
4:50 RA3ZH 59 59 16
4:52 YT5G 59 59 15
4:52 YT7Z 59 59 15
4:53 JA1MOH 59 59 25
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4:54 Z32XA 59 59 15
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4:56 OH5Z 59 59 15
4:56 LY7A 59 59 15
4:57 RZ6AZZ 59 59 16
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4:59 JO3DDD 59 59 25
5:02 S50L 59 59 15
5:02 S50O 59 59 15
5:13 UZ0G 59 59 16
5:17 UR7GW 59 59 16
5:31 OL3Z 59 59 15
5:33 JA3PYH 59 59 25
5:37 UT4EW 59 59 16
5:40 JA1RRA 59 59 25
5:42 RK4FD 59 59 16
5:43 DS2OQF 59 59 25
5:44 IT9ZMX 59 59 15
5:45 UY5ZZ 59 59 16
5:47 YI9LZ 59 59 21
5:49 OH6OS 59 59 15
5:49 9K2HN 59 59 21
5:53 HS0ZEE 59 59 26
5:57 JA0DBS 59 59 25
6:00 VU2ICI 59 59 22
6:00 VU2UR 59 59 22
6:02 HS0ZGL 59 59 26
6:09 DQ0Q 59 59 14
6:10 SP4Z 59 59 15
6:18 JA1ARG 59 59 25
6:19 UT0U 59 59 16
6:21 AT0D 59 59 22
6:24 JA8CIE/1 59 59 25
6:29 ZS2EZ 59 59 38
6:35 UN7ECA 59 59 17
6:37 JG3LGD 59 59 25
6:46 UA9UZZ 59 59 18
6:52 9M2TO 59 59 28
6:54 IU2R 59 59 15
6:54 UT7L 59 59 16
7:01 JE1CPB 59 59 25
7:03 JA3NTE 59 59 25
7:07 JM1LPN 59 59 25
7:08 AH2R 59 59 27
7:14 RK3DXZ 59 59 16
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7:33 R3R 59 59 16
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7:40 9A1P 59 59 15
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9:30 SN1X 59 59 15
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9:42 CN8NK 59 59 33
9:44 OH6NIO 59 59 15
9:53 OM7M 59 59 15
9:55 HS0ZGF 59 59 26
9:55 YB0AI 59 59 28
9:58 YV4A 59 59 9
10:02 OK1AOZ 59 59 15
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10:08 OK1GT 59 59 15
10:09 SP9RRH 59 59 15
10:12 UA9CGL 59 59 17
10:14 VK6ANC 59 59 29
10:17 LB8IB 59 59 14
10:25 S57J 59 59 15
10:29 DQ4W 59 59 14
10:32 LZ2SC 59 59 20
10:34 VK6DU 59 59 29
10:34 YC6LAY 59 59 28
10:35 AP2SAH 59 59 21
10:39 9A5Y 59 59 15
10:40 M6T 59 59 14
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10:45 UN2E 59 59 17
10:48 ON5LGS 59 59 14
10:49 OK1CYC 59 59 15
10:49 DL4FF 59 59 14
10:53 DL3SCN 59 59 14
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10:57 YO5PBW 59 59 20
10:59 SM3B 59 59 14
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11:02 OZ1TMY 59 59 14
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11:12 OZ6PI 59 59 14
11:15 SP5ANQ 59 59 15
11:15 UY0CA 59 59 16
11:16 RA3UT 59 59 16
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11:17 RX3QDF 59 59 16
11:18 UA4LW 59 59 16
11:19 RW4HT 59 59 16
11:19 DM2GFN 59 59 14
11:19 RA9ST 59 59 16
11:20 UT7LW 59 59 16
11:20 RA3TNC 59 59 16
11:20 SP9CVY 59 59 15
11:20 SP1HJK 59 59 15
11:21 VK8AV 59 59 29
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11:25 UU2JG 59 59 16
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11:27 OM5MO 59 59 15
11:28 SQ9JKW 59 59 15
11:29 EW2EO 59 59 16
11:29 OO3IDX 59 59 14
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11:30 US7IA 59 59 16
11:31 OK1MGW 59 59 15
11:32 YL2SW 59 59 15
11:32 US0TA 59 59 16
11:32 RN4ACQ 59 59 16
11:33 DL6BBR 59 59 14
11:33 HB9AAA 59 59 14
11:33 GW0TKX 59 59 14
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11:35 M5ADL 59 59 14
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11:37 LY3JY 59 59 15
11:37 YO3RU 59 59 20
11:38 DL8TR 59 59 14
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12:25 RK3DH 59 59 16
12:26 F6FTB 59 59 14
12:26 OE3EMC 59 59 15
12:26 F5INJ 59 59 14
12:26 PI4FRG 59 59 14
12:27 DL2CQ 59 59 14
12:27 OM3ROM 59 59 15
12:27 DL9GWD 59 59 14
12:28 RZ3DA 59 59 16
12:29 EA7RU 59 59 14
12:29 S58V 59 59 15
12:29 F5LIW 59 59 14
12:29 OK2KR 59 59 15
12:30 UA3ECJ 59 59 16
12:30 IN3NJB 59 59 15
12:31 HA5OAF 59 59 15
12:31 IK3OYY 59 59 15
12:31 DJ9KM 59 59 14
12:32 G7UGC 59 59 14
12:32 G3IQF 59 59 14
12:32 OK2BUD 59 59 15
12:33 SP1YGL 59 59 15
12:33 RX3XA 59 59 16
12:33 SP3XR 59 59 15
12:34 UA3AGW 59 59 16
12:34 SP6RLK 59 59 15
12:34 DM5T 59 59 14
12:35 RU3DM 59 59 16
12:35 SP1DTG 59 59 15
12:35 DL1ASA 59 59 14
12:35 OE50WIG 59 59 15
12:36 EC7ALW 59 59 14
12:36 IZ8GDO 59 59 15
12:37 YO5DAS 59 59 20
12:38 HA6IAM 59 59 15
12:38 EA4NP 59 59 14
12:39 HB9BTI 59 59 14
12:39 EA1EXE 59 59 14
12:39 OM4JD 59 59 15
12:40 DL1ASF 59 59 14
12:40 HL0WW 59 59 25
12:40 GW4CQZ 59 59 14
12:41 PA0LRK 59 59 14
12:42 G4WKT 59 59 14
12:42 GW4BLE 59 59 14
12:42 LX1EA 59 59 14
12:42 F4ENU 59 59 14
12:43 OO4EKO 59 59 14
12:43 9A5ANR 59 59 15
12:43 YU7KM 59 59 15
12:44 RW3WWW 59 59 16
12:44 SP7TEX 59 59 15
12:44 IZ3DWA 59 59 15
12:45 DL2ANM 59 59 14
12:45 DL7VX 59 59 14
12:45 OE3BKC 59 59 15
12:46 EC1AIJ 59 59 14
12:46 EA4EJR 59 59 14
12:46 YR9P 59 59 20
12:47 SP1I 59 59 15
12:47 YT7TY 59 59 15
12:47 DH6JL 59 59 14
12:47 OM3CUG 59 59 15
12:48 EA1JO 59 59 14
12:48 EA1AST 59 59 14
12:49 DG7YHX 59 59 14
12:49 IK6OIN 59 59 15
12:50 SP9H 59 59 15
12:51 DM2DX 59 59 14
12:52 DL4DBM 59 59 14
12:52 IK2DZN 59 59 15
12:52 SP9CQ 59 59 15
12:53 IW2BSQ 59 59 15
12:55 US5EEK 59 59 16
13:00 OK2PWY 59 59 15
13:00 DL2UH 59 59 14
13:03 FM5BH 59 59 8
13:06 EA1COZ 59 59 14
13:11 EA1BVP 59 59 14
13:18 IK5XLB 59 59 15
13:19 HA0GK 59 59 15
13:21 EA5EOR 59 59 14
13:23 RA6AV 59 59 16
13:34 EF7AGG 59 59 14
13:38 II4A 59 59 15
13:40 F8KGM 59 59 14
13:44 CT3YA 59 59 33
13:47 CT9L 59 59 33
14:12 ED2WW 59 59 14
16:13 J3/S9PT 59 59 8
16:19 P49Y 59 59 9
16:13 J3/SP9PT 59 59 8
16:47 P40W 59 59 9
22:10 AH7C 59 59 31
22:23 NQ4I 59 59 5
22:30 N5AW 59 59 4
22:34 VE7CT 59 59 3
22:36 PY2DS 59 59 11
22:37 PY1KN 59 59 11
22:39 JA1HNW 59 59 25
22:42 JH9JJD 59 59 25
22:43 W5OG 59 59 4
22:43 N0NI 59 59 4
22:44 JL3SIK 59 59 25
22:44 K5FD 59 59 4
22:45 AJ5H 59 59 4
22:46 VE5UA 59 59 4
22:46 JA2RJE 59 59 25
22:47 P29NB 59 59 28
22:48 W6VM 59 59 3
22:49 KC7QR 59 59 3
22:50 W6ERN 59 59 3
22:50 JN2FMH/2 59 59 25
22:51 W0AIH 59 59 4
22:52 JA3AK 59 59 25
22:53 JS2TSJ 59 59 25
22:55 K4EWG 59 59 5
22:55 JA4VXG/P 59 59 25
22:55 K7ZH 59 59 3
22:56 JA1CWZ 59 59 25
22:56 W6ISO 59 59 3
22:57 W4NT 59 59 5
22:59 OA5RK 59 59 10
22:59 JA1BUI 59 59 10
22:59 JA1HG 59 59 25
23:00 KL7HBK 59 59 1
23:00 KO7X 59 59 3
23:01 JR2SCZ 59 59 25
23:01 NW7E 59 59 3
23:02 JR3LFP 59 59 25
23:03 JA1UZQ 59 59 25
23:03 NN6XX 59 59 3
23:04 JR3RWM 59 59 25
23:04 KA5WSS 59 59 4
23:06 JA1IKA 59 59 25
23:07 WO6M 59 59 3
23:08 JE1COB 59 59 25
23:14 N6KW 59 59 3
23:16 PJ2T 59 59 9
23:19 KI6VC 59 59 3
23:20 W5GAI 59 59 4
23:20 JL3IIG 59 59 25
23:21 JH2CJW 59 59 25
23:21 W7RG 59 59 3
23:22 JA1BA 59 59 25
23:23 JA4BSZ 59 59 25
23:23 K7MV 59 59 3
23:23 W0VX 59 59 4
23:24 HL5BLF 59 59 25
23:24 KE6WC 59 59 3
23:25 W7JY 59 59 3
23:26 NQ6P 59 59 3
23:27 RW0COA 59 59 19
23:27 W3CP 59 59 3
23:29 N6RV 59 59 3
23:31 JE1CJA 59 59 25
23:32 JR2NET 59 59 25
23:33 K9JF 59 59 3
23:33 WO7T 59 59 3
23:34 W5GM 59 59 4
23:34 K2ZC 59 59 3
23:35 AL1G 59 59 1
23:35 DS2QQ 59 59 25
23:35 N5EPA 59 59 4
23:36 K0JJ 59 59 3
23:37 KI7AO 59 59 3
23:40 JF1KFV 59 59 25
23:40 VA7XX 59 59 3
23:41 K7EG 59 59 3
23:42 W2QL/W7 59 59 3
23:42 JA1OQ 59 59 25
23:43 7J1ABD 59 59 25
23:44 W0JEE 59 59 4
23:45 DS2KCJ 59 59 25
23:46 K5PTC 59 59 4
23:46 HQ9R 59 59 7
23:47 KI6PG 59 59 3
23:47 JR3TOE 59 59 25
23:48 K6GMM 59 59 3
23:50 K6RTC 59 59 3
23:51 AE9F 59 59 4
23:52 N7KGA 59 59 3
23:52 XE1BY 59 59 6
23:53 JA7ADV 59 59 25
23:54 W8ZU 59 59 4
23:55 N0QX 59 59 4
23:56 AC5ZO 59 59 4
23:56 DU1BP 59 59 27
23:57 XE2TG 59 59 6
 
VE3PN   SOSB/160 HP   25,4702005-11-06 20:42:51
Signals strange 1st night beverage arrays didn't
seem to work but 2nd night all back to normal
 
OH4R(OH4JFN)   SOSB/15 HP   775,0002005-11-06 23:17:16
It seems that this year propagation was not something what it was supposed to
be. It was slightly better.
Who would have believed that somebody in OH-land would run over 4kQ on 20m SB.
Congratulations and 4-Roses;) to Pasi and to the station owners.

This year 15m was not in that good shape as it was in 2004. Start was very
slow,
with only marginal propagation to states. Of course, less sunspots, less
propagation. Coming sunspot minium affects a lot in higher bands. Even 15m band

would have been more comfortable, if there would have been better western
pileups.

After the first couple of hours, there was clear signs that it would hard to
get year 2004 level. Despite of that first stations from asia came in quite
early (HS). After couple of hours, things seemed to be in acceptable levels.
During morning hours, best hour produced 221 Qsos. Wouldn't believe that before

contest.

Signals from JA was good during both mornings, only more stations
would have been needed. Anyway, it was nice to hear mobile-JA stations :)

Later on when propagation started to move in states, it was nice suprise to
hear such loud signals, but as well, there were too few stations. There would
have been room for much more :) Specially night time was something that you
would never like to experience. Few very loud stations coming in during whole
night, but nothing else. Northern-europe propagation was there, but stations
was not propably aware of that.
One good example from KH6 which was running W-stations, with modest signal.
After I got his attention, he rotated his antennas to correct direction the
signal was 59 and after 2 seconds everything was over.

This year Asia(600q/-85Q) was much better than NA (400q/-200q). OC(55Q/-50q),
was more than 50q less what it was last year. Other continents SA, EU and AF
was in quite same level than it was in 2004 CQSSB.

Overall, almost 2300q including dupes, and about 175mults is not good, but not

so bad either. It seems that this year there were about 175 countries available

on 15m band. The number of mults was not what I was expecting. Last year it was

possible to run over 200mults from OH also. What comes to about rates 4hours
>=150q/hour is something nice to see.

Big thanks for all Qsos and your time to call me.

CU in Test!

73 Marko OH4JFN
 
LY2IJ   SOSB/160 HP   96,5702005-11-07 02:27:19
 
W6EB   SOAB HP   33,9122005-11-07 02:33:27
Dipole @ 20 feet all bands
 
IH9P(OL5Y)   SOSB/15 LP   990,5522005-11-07 04:05:48
It was my first effort in LP category in Phone mode. I must say that is quite
"harder" than CW with LP which I like very much. I lost some multipliers because
I could not get through the pileups. I used two beams (4el OWA and 3el
tribander) and I think it helped to me in the pileups as well with 100 W.
Generally the contest was very nice especially thanks to excellent propagation
on 15... Only black point of the contest was unsportsmanlike behaviour of IT9GSF
on Sunday who 5 times tuned just 400 Hz from my frequency and started his own
pileup. Because of his signal strength with "italian 500 W" and good antennas
was impossible to compare with my, I always lost hardly established run. And
when I QSYed to quite another part of the band and found reasonable frequency,
after some time he moved too... 5 times! Very hard to be considered a lot of
coincidences. He did not answer any my complains although he was S9 on my
radio... It was quite frustrating.
Anyway - thank to all for QSO and CU in CW!
 
S57L   SOSB/10 LP   56,1352005-11-07 13:17:22
All reports sent were 59(9), unless otherwise noted.

Equipment Description: TS440S and 3el. 3band beam
 
CT8T(CT1ESV)   SOSB/20 HP   1,157,1472005-11-07 14:48:47
Can not say propagation was not good because signals were very strong both days,
but it was difficult to work multipliers.

Big signals from NA 1st night but only a few number of stations were calling or
answering calls. 2nd night was frustrating to hear north EU working NA when
there was not a wisper here.

The propagation to JA was better sunday morning with most signals going up to
5/9+20db

Europe was allways strong and with bad propagation on 10 and 15 everyone was on
20 resulting on a very very crowded band where it was as dificult to keep a
frequency as it was to find a clear one.

Less QSOs and Mults than expected, and missed the target of 50% non european
contacts by 0,9% witch was not too bad

Thanks to all who called in ...and congratilations to OH6UM at OH6KN super
station for a great score.

Station will be active again on the CW part by Timo OH1NOA..


Equipment: ICOM 765 + ALPHA 91B
KLM KT34XA + 204BA

Continent Statistics
CT8T CQ WORLD WIDE DX CONTEST Single Operator 30 Oct 2005 2359z

160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL percent

SSB
North America SSB 0 0 0 1189 0 0 1189 37.6
South America SSB 0 0 0 61 0 0 61 1.9
Europe SSB 0 0 0 1609 0 0 1609 50.9
Asia SSB 0 0 0 228 0 0 228 7.2
Africa SSB 0 0 0 28 0 0 28 0.9
Oceania SSB 0 0 0 46 0 0 46 1.5
 
8P1A(W2SC)   SOAB HP   11,094,0502005-11-07 21:17:19
Hurricane Wilma almost killed the trip

Station worked great

Score down 30% from last year

Thanks for the Q's and the moves

QSL via NN1N

Long story on my website http://tgeorgens.home.mindspring.com

73, Tom W2SC 8P1A
 
W6NL   M/S HP   205,9202005-11-07 21:35:06
Limited time this contest, but wonderful to see Rich in the seat again.
 
3Z6V(SP6DVP)   SOSB/20 LP   91,4252005-11-08 00:44:05
3Z6V Contest Call SP6DVP SO SB 14 Mc SSB LP
KRZYSZTOF BIENIEWSKI SP6DVP - 3Z6V
P.O BOX 2210
PL 45-246 OPOLE 15 ZWM
POLAND - EUROPE

FT 101 ZD 100 W. Ant. W3DZZ h = 45 m.

VY 73 KRIS 3Z6V also SP6DVP SINCE 1969 3Z6V since 1999
 
NP2KW   SOAB LP   150,0802005-11-08 06:15:45
I went on the air 18 hours after the contest had started just to get some rare
dx, formed a pileup by mistake , and ended up staying for about 9 hours of work.
 
OH6XX   M/S HP   3,140,5682005-11-08 07:46:10
Lost two hours of operating time looking for a fault that made the run station
sound like a smoke horn every time radio was keyed. Had fun despite we couldn't
meet our targets.
 
IQ5LV   M/S HP   3,001,7922005-11-08 09:41:44
Nice contest, the second for our team, we have operated with one station only,
without a "multiplier" station, so the result it's afflicted by that.
Our best band was 15m, during all the contest and especially sunday afternoon,
with a small "pile up" (200qso/h) with NA !
On low bands, it's hard to do better with low wires and vertical, but we will
try next time ;)

You cand find some pics and infos here http://iz5cml.free.fr/iq5lv05.htm

Henry IZ5CML
http://iz5cml.free.fr/
 
ES5MC   SOSB/40 HP   462,3102005-11-08 12:45:26
Rig: FT-1000MP replaced by TS-850, PA (1 kW)
Ant: 2 el quad (@25m), dipole

Unfortunately no night-time conditions to US, they showed up only after our
sunrise - thus made only ca 120 Stateside altogether. Had to replace the
borrowed MP with my own "good old" TS-850 on Saturday - lost some features (dual
watch etc.) but gained on receive - this "zoo" was too much for the MP... :)
Satisfied with the mult - most of them surprisingly called in - thank you, guys!
It seems that the antenna work (tuning) with the quad a weekend before paid off,
it felt better than before.
I am glad to claim a new best score on 40m SSB in the Baltics.

CU in CW!

Arvo, ES5MC
 
OH6NIO   SOAB(A) HP   2,200,3862005-11-08 12:46:35
Once again the contest weekend came too soon. I managed to get the station to a
reasonable level and I even had eliminated most of the inter-station
interference.

This years CQ offered a lot of fun and a few nice surprises. My main goal was to
test my so2r-setup. In a way I reached my goal but some new issues surfaced
during the weekend. I was using N1MM-logger with telnet-cluster connection, rig
controls and sound-card dvk.

My 900MHz logging computer is not exactly a clunker yet, but it seems that it
was too slow for all those tasks. Whenever I received spots or tuned the second
rig my cq-call became distorted. This effectively limited me to mostly just S&P
for the multipliers. When I had a run going I had to close the telnet connection
and I couldn't even touch the 2nd radio. I should have tested these things
beforehand.

I was surprised by the good opening to NA on 15m. The propagation to JA was also
better than expected. It was also a lot of fun to bust incredible pile-ups which
seem to get more intense (=insane) by the year. It was also great fun to work 3
new countries on 160m. That rarely happens on SSB.

After a few fix I'll be more prepared in the CW-contest where I'll try to get
used to real so2r with a bit more serious effort.

Thanks for the QSOs!

73 de Teijo OH6NIO
 
S57M   SOSB(A)/160 HP   123,9262005-11-08 13:43:51
Nice conditions this year, no QRN, from time to time some strange noise 1-2 S
units above noise - never heard before. About 50 NA stns. Looking to the QSO
number great activity but heard and calling many mults with no sucses. Thanks
for all calls and tryings! See you in CW.
 
FM5BH(F6HLC)   SOAB(A) HP   6,291,1102005-11-09 00:37:17
Started on 20m; the band was completely closed.
Finished on 20m; band was wide open!

I've had to try to adapt my trafic to the changing conditions during the test.
When it was open, 40 and 20m were full of stations. And it was very difficult to
keep a free freq for run or to be heard by many
european multipliers.

hour to hour max rate was saturday on 15m at 258. But I had a really more
impressive 60mn during the 1 and 1/2 hour when 10m opened to the US on Sunday.
My last 6 hours mean rate in the contest is 207. I forget to S&P during these
hours, but it was a pleasure to give the FM multiplier, even if it was only for
a 2 points qso.
As I was SO1R, I had to make a choice between "run" and "S&P" with a 1 radio
setup. Definitely I prefer SO2R! With 2 radios there would have been no bad
choice between "low speed rate" and "calling deaf mults" or checking crazy
packet cluster spots. The bad hours were VERY hard.


reading 3830, it seems that many mults were not reachable from the zone8 area.


In a conclusion, It was not a so bad contest for this part of the sun cycle.

Cu next year
Chris, F6HLC
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N7BV   SOSB/15 HP   126,2762005-11-09 05:58:26
Sunspots where are you?
 
KC1XX   M/M HP   15,793,3362005-11-09 08:50:52
Operators:

160 WA1Z
80 W1FV
40 NN1N,K1EA,KC1XX
20 K6AW,K1GQ,WA1Z
15 K1DG,KF3B,K1JX
10 KC1XX,WA1Z

Congrats to K3LR and W3LPL on their superb scores! It's the competition from
Tim's and Frank's fine teams that gets us fired up year after year.

This time we welcomed NN1N and K1JX in their first-time appearances at KC1XX.
We were also pleased to have KF3B join us again for the second time.

Conditions on the lowbands (160 and 80) were generally aided by low absorption,
which was a welcome relief from the dreadful high-absorption conditions of the
last few years. On the other hand, we suffered along with everyone else on 10
with the missing sunspots, although Matt managed to wring out some European
contacts from some highly selective direct-path openings.

A more detailed scoring breakdown will follow later this week after we do a
complete band-by-band log merge.
 
V31MD   M/2 LP   3,085,2902005-11-09 11:20:56
Team SDR, comprised of Eric AA4SW (V31SR), Larry WO0Z (V31LL), Terry AB5K
(V31TG) and Gary W5ZL (V31ZL) rented Bob V31MD's Belizean shack for CQWW SSB
and descended on Placencia with a complement of three SDR-1000s - a pair and
a spare - and the requisite computer gear to mount the first ever
DXpedition/contest operation using exclusively software defined radios.
Technical complexity for our setup was relatively high, but for the most
part we were able to dispatch technical problems quickly as they arose -
with one key exception. We realized in the moments leading up to the
starting gun that we didn't have what we needed to interface either SDR to
Bob's Ameritron 600 amplifier. Had we been near, say, a Radio Shack, no
problemo. Working as we were with fairly modest antennas, running 100 watts
instead of 600 was a serious handicap on the low bands, and kept us from
maintaining nighttime runs as we had hoped to do.

Propagation from Belize was a little surprising. 20 meters seemed to largely
die with the sunset (around 6 pm local), and 15 didn't tend to wake up until
nearly noon. 10 was virtually non-existent until Sunday when we had a pretty
good pipeline to South America (lots of LUs) and a handful of other
Caribbean stations, but NIL to the US or EU (or anywhere else, for that
matter). 40 was decent, but again we had a lot of trouble holding a run
frequency in the DX band with 100 watts and a vertical, and our runs were
modest aside from a spectacular early Sunday morning opening to JA. 160 was
excellent both nights to the States and by the second night it was hard to
find anyone we hadn't worked. 80 was just plain tough sledding.

The receiver in the SDR lived up to its press clippings in the very crowded
bands of this contest. The panadapter display, felt by some before the
contest to be "cool, but largely useless in a contest we should be running
in" became downright invaluable in spotting pin holes that we could drop
into to try to establish a run frequency, and to spot possible 40 meter
split frequencies. N1MM integrated with the SDR's application software
flawlessly and proved a huge hit with the team. Our biggest problem was
being heard.

Rigs: Two FlexRadio Systems 100-watt SDR-1000s, networked wirelessly using
N1MM logging software and N8VB virtual com port software. Station one was a
3 Ghz Pentium 4 desktop machine (WinXP) and a Delta 44 sound card plus a
Heil Pro Set Quiet phone. Station two was a 1.8 Ghz P4 Dell Inspiron 700M
notebook computer (also WinXP) with an outboard Extigy USB sound card and a
Pro Set Plus headset.

Antennas: Two element multi-band quad at 35', HF2V for 80/40 located in a
saltwater lagoon about 70' from the shack, an HF9V vertical for 80-6 just
and outside the shack, and a top-loaded 160 meter vertical erected nearby
just prior to the contest.

We had a GREAT time!

Ops: V31MD, AA4SW, WO0Z, AB5K, and W5ZL.
 
VE6TN   SOAB LP   593,9012005-11-09 23:12:38
I was away on business and didn't get home until the second day of the contest.
I started Saturday evening with the intention of just playing a bit, nothing
serious. Before I knew it I was several hours in and hundreds of QSO's. Also,
the XYL had nothing serious planned for me to do so I was given an opportunity
to play radio without groveling first.

The propogation was excellent and the run rates were good. I ran
US/Caribbean/South America for a good 2 hours. On Sunday I ran USA again for an
hour followed by Europe for a solid 2 hours. Later on Sunday afternoon I had
another USA/SA run and then JA's for two hours with lots of other Asian stations
calling me. Got chased off the frequency a few times, but that is just life.

It doesn't take long to run up a thousand Q's when the propogation is actually
half decent! Now I wish I had been able to work the first day of the contest
and run JA's and Europe, it would have been an all-time contest QSO high for
me.

Ten meters was a "NO SHOW" . . . too bad! Because I was so tired from being
away all week working, I just couldn't stay awake and slug it out on the low
bands Saturday night.

This was all practice for the CQWW CW contest coming up. If we can only have
propogation as good . . . . . . or even better.

Barry - VE6TN
 
HA1ZV/QRP   SOSB/20 QRP   12,1522005-11-10 01:06:26
RIG: FT7B 5 watts ANT: simple dipole

73! miklos
 
OK2PTZ   SOSB/15 LP   106,5902005-11-10 03:11:46
Good contest to test my new 4-el monobander. See you in OKDX Contest and WW DX
CW as OL6BA

Tom
 
WA3C   SOAB(A) HP   1,007,0562005-11-10 05:55:18
Wish I had more time to spend in the test.
 
TA2ZAF(OK1MU)   SOSB/10 LP   183,1682005-11-10 23:52:40
Not monobander,not rotator,not PA, hi. Im QRV only with IC746PRO and LP ANT.
10m band in TA opening only 14 hours, daily abt 06.40 - 13.30. Because not
rotator and my ANT fixed to EU miss MNI DXCC and zones... Saturday nice strong
opening to EU and at time 09.48 - 10.48 UTC is nice pile-up with 228 QSO/hour -
realy nice fun with QRP hi. Sunday 40 min. before band close 2 QSO with USA -
W3LPL and WE3C.

Anyway thanks for fun contest, and many old friends on the band. Also thanks for
ALL QSOs and see you again in CW part - I hope with PA and monobader hi.

QSL via OK1TN.

73 Pavel, nw TA2ZAF ex. OD5/OK1MU
 
VE7ABC   SOAB(A) LP   191,7702005-11-11 07:08:38
Never heard a signal on 10 meters this contest. Last year, I made almost 500
contacts on 10. Honey-dew jobs cut into the operating time. A fun time none
the less.
Thanks to all who gave me a call, and I'll see you again next year.
73..de..Graham VE7ABC
 
WI9WI   SOAB HP   39,0662005-11-11 12:03:09
Little warmup to make sure the antennas havent fallen down
 
G6M   M/2 HP   3,420,0662005-11-11 12:39:48
First attempt at M2 class and considering the attack of "Murphy" at prime time
10/15m openings (QRT for 2hours) we were pretty pleased with the results.

Antenna farm still needs some work, but it is getting there.

Highs:
204BA at 85' performed well.
Network using Writelog worked a treat
Being called by zone 6 four times !

Lows:
KT34 failing and losing 10m/15m operation on 2nd day
Far too much delicious home cooked farmhouse food - M3UZL to blame ;-)
failing to learn NOT to hand wind up/down an 85' tower on the Friday before !

Great fun, see you all in CW :-)

Steve G4KIV
 
RU1A   M/2 HP   12,264,9102005-11-11 13:27:57
We were satisfied our new antenna 8*4 el fixed USA on 15 mtrs.

Equipment Description:
160 - 3el wire fixed USA (boom 48 m, up 55m), dipole
80 - 3 el wire fixed USA (boom 24 m, up 40m), 2 el wire JA/EU
40 - 4 el yagi (boom 24 m, up 40m), 3 el wire fixed EU
20 - 4 * 5 el yagi fixed USA , 7 el yagi JA, 3 el fixed VU
15 - 4*4 el yagi (8* 4 el fixed USA ), 5 el yagi, 5 el EU
10 - 4*5 el yagi



Continent Statistics
RU1A CQ WORLD WIDE DX CONTEST Multi Two

160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL percent

SSB
North America CW 18 158 208 983 462 0 1829 22.2
South America CW 1 20 38 48 59 11 118 1.6
Europe CW 382 729 1473 950 863 283 4680 56.7
Asia CW 19 66 177 466 488 99 1315 15.9
Africa CW 3 13 19 30 33 22 120 1.5
Oceania CW 0 3 27 41 45 6 122 1.5
 
P4ØW(W2GD)   SOAB HP   10,414,4042005-11-11 16:51:46
Station: IC756ProII, Tentec Titan 1KW,
Antennas: Force12 Monobanders 20/15/10, C4, 3 ele 80M wire yagi, 4 ele 40M wire
yagi, 2 ele 40M wire yagi, 160M vertical dipole, 160/80 inverted V, 4 beverage
rx antennas NE, NW, E/W, N/S

This was my 45th contest effort from Aruba, and it was just as much fun as the
first CQWW CW way back in 1986. How time flys!

Arrived the Monday afternoon before the contest on a non-stop USAir flight from
Philadelphia. Hurricane Wilma forced some changes in the route of travel (we
flew over Puerto Rico instead of HI8 to avoid the storm) but otherwise the
flgiht was totally routine. Many of the passengers on board had been rebooked
from other airlines (mostly American Airlines) because all flights through Miami
had been cancelled.

Upon arrival at the station I was relieved to find the yagis on the two towers
all still intact since my last visit in May for WPX CW. The only damage found
was a broken beverage wire that ran through a thick cactus patch. Used the
remaining daylight to run feedlines to the NE and NW beverages, and to string up
the far 100M of the NE beverage. Once the sun goes down, its definitely NOT
safe to be working out amongst the cactus, unless of course you enjoy
indiscriminate accupuncture treatments. Cleaned up and headed off to Tony Romas
restaurant for a hearty dinner and to watch the World Series.

P40W is not your typical plug and play operation. While not attended by K4UEE
(P40R) or myself, all antenna feed lines and control cables are removed from the
station and either left taped and coiled at the tower bases or disconnected and
stored indoors. We also relocate the ends of many wire antennas so they are
within property boundaries when not in use. All in all, over 2,500 feet of
cables need to deployed and routed to the station, the ends of wire antennas
stretched out and secured, and the towers climbed to release 'manual' breaks
securing the masts.

Working at a steady pace, nearly all of the cabling, rotator and wire work was
completed on Tuesday as planned. The influence of Tropical Storm Beta was being
felt however, there was practically no wind - making it very hot. Andy,
P49Y/AE6Y arrived in the afternoon and we got together for dinner.

Wednesday was spent sorting out the 4 element 40 and 3 ele 80M wire beams hung
from a catanary rope between the tower towers, aimed at EU, and also repairing
the broken EU beverage wire through the cactus. It took several hours to get
all of the ends strung out and properly positioned.

Conditions before the contest were really quite poor. There were no visible
sunspots and the SFI was hovering below 70. Ten meters was virtually dead
except for some SA and late afternoon US openings. At night, the low bands
were in fair shape, but the QRN from that tropical storm heading for YN-land was
building. Even on the beverages, the S-meter hovered at S9+.

In the hope of finding some more relief from the low band QRN, I put up new
beverages N/S and E/W on Thursday. In practice, they added some rx
flexibility, but didn't provide much relief from the QRN.

Friday was the do very little day.....had lunch with Andy, P49Y, dropped off the
rental car, and took a long afternoon pre-contest nap. But when I awoke, the
new N/S beverage was 'DOA' . Spent 20 minutes trying to figure out why without
success. Had to rush to get things ready for the start....

Had a terrible first few hours. 20M went dead within minutes of the
start....had to slide down to 40 way too early for my liking. Felt out of sync
right from the beginning. Went to 160 and 80....noise noise and more
noise...bad crashes, but managed a fair run of US and EU nonetheless. Later
went back to 20...it seemed to come back at 04Z. Finally got into gear on 40M
during the 0500 hour....but already felt well behind the pack. The 40M 4 ele.
beam aimed at EU had stopped working (5 to 1 SWR) so had to depend on the C4
rotatable dipole on 40M for EU the rest of the weekend. Slept 2 hours 08-10Z
but really didn't feel tired.

15M was the money band all day Saturday. Kept checking 10M for signs of life.
Heard PYs and LUs running EU but not a whisper on P4. Finally at 2000Z 10M
opened to the USA, and it was off to the races with a 320 hour and over 500 qsos
in less than 2 hours.....my best rate of the weekend, virtually all Z4 and Z5,
with a smattering of Z8 and Z9. Finished out the first day on 20M with a few
decent hours (287 and 224 respectively).

Lost my focus over the first few hours of day 2.....my rates show it. Drifted
into S&P when I should have been running....somewhere. This is not new for
me...especially during Phone contests. The noise and QRM were just not
fun....and finally took another sleep break 07 - 1030z. Overslept 1.5
hours...despite two alarms buzzing in my ear...

Picked up some addl 40M mults at sunrise...then headed to 20M for some easy EU
mults. Knew I was a bit short on mults/qsos on 20, so decided that would be the
place to close out the weekend. 15M was again the band of the day, and it
seemed wall to wall. Spent much of the morning below 21200. Kept cking 10M but
it never openned to EU .... a major disappointment. Finished out the weekend on
20 as planned with a string of 200+ hours.

After the contest, it was a treat to enjoy the traditional post-contest dinner
with Andy, P49Y.

Congrats to 8P1A/W2SC and VY2PA/W4PA for their solid SOAB HP efforts, and to
KK9A/P40A for his never say die LP crusade.

I'll be QRV from P40W again during CQWW CW. QSL to N2MM.

73, John W2GD/P40W













Slow moving Tropical Storm Beta located just off the coast of Honduras produced
copious amounts of low band QRN all weekend....
 
S52OT   SOAB LP   818,9282005-11-12 04:06:02
Rig: FT1000MP,
Antennas: 3 el tribander @ 18m (60'),dipoles
 
CT7T(CT1CJJ)   SOAB LP   3,942,8602005-11-12 05:29:45
 
IT9ZMX   M/S HP   3,401,7302005-11-12 08:09:15
"Last minute" contest! We decided to enjoy some good contest time just few hours
before the contest's start. 40/80/160 worked with a simple HF2V just planted on
the soil: NO time to cut and setup any radial :-))
Big fun on 15m on both days, poor 10m but a UFB Es opening to EU on Sunday
morning: short but big pile-up. Found poor the 20m too: band closed here around
18/19z, a real pity!

See you from IH9P on next CW leg!

Joe, IT9BLB

http://www.ih9p.com
 
WE3C   M/2 HP   7,653,0482005-11-12 10:42:24
As others have mentioned, we were surprised to have a 10 meter opening to EU. 10
was as good as we anticipated 15 to be. Our 2nd year as a M/2 entry and we are
still learning. Congratulations on the great scores to the N3RS and KI1G teams.
 
DL2ARD   M/S HP   6,576,7302005-11-13 06:26:47
STN: FT 1000MP / TS 940 ACOM 2000 + AL 82

ANT: 160m : dipole
80m : dipole / GP
40m : dipole / GP
20/15/10m : KT34XA / JP2000

No rx ant. and Yagi for the low bands. So it was a hard job ,hi.
 
WA7LT   M/S HP   1,266,3002005-11-13 14:05:53
As our crew becomes more familiar with multi-single, and with operating as a
team, the more fun we have! This was great in spite of poor conditions.
 
VP5T   M/M HP   5,693,5882005-11-13 20:47:39
Hurricanes, airline screw-ups, electrical storm shutdown and "Murphy"!
Then one amp blew when turned on for pre-contest check. That left one
operational amp. Interesting challenges ...

Fun! Fun! Fun! Still did well considering band conditions.

Can't wait to go back next year. Great place to operate.
 
EKØB   M/2 HP   8,805,6642005-11-14 02:39:36
FIRST TIME AS M/2 FROM ARMENIA NEXT YEAR SHOULD BE BETTER
 
OL1X   M/S HP   2,197,2602005-11-14 09:58:57
RIG: IC756 + TL922
ANT:
160m - inv V
80m+40m - vert. loop
20m - 5el yagi
15m - ECO 3 el. tribander
10m - 6el yagi
 
KI6CG   SOAB(A) HP   633,4242005-11-14 11:39:35
CLUB: Mother Lode DX/Contest Club
 
NE1B   SOAB HP   9,9202005-11-14 20:47:09
Limited time.
 
IG9R   M/S HP   8,365,0202005-11-15 16:01:33
bad propagation, we hope the next year to do better. setup used 2 force 12
(tribander) up about 8 meters, 40 meters triangle array, 80 meters vertical full
size, 160 meters V dipole.
see you surely the 2006
ik8hcg
 
KP4KE/QRP   SOSB/160 QRP   43,9042005-11-17 07:23:48
Very good first nigth my 4 watts works Great. I Call more than 200 stations
with no ear or not get a break to the qrps
next year I will be in LOW POWER may be the History will be diferent
Thanks to all station work in the contest
73& DX de KP4KE
 
IR4T(IK4UPB)   SOAB HP   2,659,2482005-11-17 09:14:19
 
ZPØR(@ZP5AZL)   M/S LP   926,6142005-11-18 16:19:57
Not much time this year to operate corse work,thanks to my friend Anibal ZP5VAY
who come to operate and did most of the time, with heavy rains , and eletrical
black out before and during the contest and amps crash ,we decide a LP
effort..now the amps are repared..and ready to go again..
thanks for all the calls..and Cu again in contest.
73 de Tom
ZP5AZL
 
PR7AR   SOSB(A)/20 LP   16,4452005-11-19 00:15:55
IC-706MKIIG 100W
ZEPELIM ANTENA.
 
4X1DX(@4X6FR)   M/S HP   6,291,9992005-11-19 11:08:14
STATION:
IC-756PRO
ANT:2 EL 40M BEEM, 3 EL TRIBENDER, G5RV
 
SF5ØA(SM7CRW)   SOSB/15 LP   287,3342005-11-20 03:41:54
Glad to take part in the contest during I selebrate my
50th anniversary of ham radio.

73 de SM7CRW
 
4XØWV(@4X4REM)   M/S HP   1,980,4642005-11-20 06:28:31
Band condx certainly weren't what they were last year from 4X. The great
opening Dave, WA8WV and I had from 4X0WV last year just didn't happen for me and
Jerry, K8OQL this year. The club station in Reut(between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem)
has very modest wires on Low Bands as our score indicates. Nevertheless, I was
blessed to be able to return to the Holyland for a 3rd consecutive CQWW Contest
operation from 4X. Jerry and I had a great time on the DX-side and we hope to
return next year.
 
OZ3RIN   M/S HP   296,9492005-11-20 07:28:02
Very much fun with a full size dipol for 160 M. Next time we also have a
vertical for DX.
 
OK1KDO   M/S LP   402,5482005-11-21 16:48:45
 
TM6Q(FY5FY)   SOSB/20 LP   149,8212005-11-22 04:06:27
A little bit more difficult from Europe than in the French Guiana!
But good fun too in my west France location.
 
P4ØA(KK9A)   SOAB LP   8,000,0002005-11-23 19:19:39
 
W3LPL   M/M HP   14,598,0782005-11-25 12:21:58
BAND QSO QSO PTS PTS/QSO ZONES COUNTRIES OPERATORS

160 323 623 1.93 15 70 K1HTV AI3M
80 817 2233 2.73 27 98 NI1N W6AAN
40 1096 2910 2.66 33 123 KD4D WR3Z
20 2110 5738 2.72 39 160 K3RA K4ZA
15 1763 4873 2.76 35 141 K3MM ND3A
10 387 981 2.53 21 79 NK3R W3LPL
---------------------------------------------------

Totals 6496 17358 2.67 170 671 => 14,598,078


Club Affiliation: Potomac Valley Radio Club


Continent Statistics

160 80 40 20 15 10 ALL percent


North America 170 158 209 356 243 97 1233 18.3
South America 9 22 30 136 113 138 448 6.7
Europe 144 614 805 1464 1335 133 4495 66.9
Asia 2 9 37 171 42 9 270 4.0
Africa 6 16 19 55 38 18 152 2.3
Oceania 0 16 32 41 36 0 125 1.9


QSO Counts By Band-Country (10 or more QSOs on any band)


PRFX 160 80 40 20 15 10

Europe

9A 4 8 14 10 19 2
CT 2 6 9 12 12 3
DL 10 106 81 224 180 21
EA 5 32 51 88 115 25
EI 2 3 9 12 19 2
F 7 35 44 81 80 15
G 20 61 148 157 177 24
GI 3 5 11 15 9 1
GM 5 10 19 35 38 3
GW 2 4 18 18 19 6
HA 5 11 10 19 20 1
HB 1 6 20 15 15
I 4 38 71 108 91 7
LA 1 10 9 9 10
LY 5 8 2 14 8
LZ 1 8 6 11 17 1
OE 2 9 8 17 20
OH 3 21 11 32 27
OK 6 37 20 56 45 3
OM 2 6 5 11 6
ON 6 16 33 53 43 2
OZ 5 10 8 14 9
PA 7 15 22 55 37 3
S5 4 18 15 33 30 3
SM 6 16 6 38 14
SP 2 24 45 68 42
SV 3 7 2 14 2
UA 2 19 24 102 68 1
UR 1 24 16 42 54 1
YO 1 4 6 12 21
YU 3 8 8 21 13

Africa

EA8 2 3 2 5 10 6
ZS 2 23 4 3

Asia

JA 2 10 88 21
UA9 1 5 36 2

Oceania

VK 10 18 16 8

North America

K 91 45 99 159 109 47
VE 52 86 70 104 52 15
XE 3 4 8 14 21 2

South America

CE 2 3 9 7 14
CX 1 1 5 5 13
LU 5 4 44 38 50
PY 1 4 9 39 33 35

BREAKDOWN QSO/mults

HOUR 160 80 40 20 15 10 HR TOT CUM TOT

0 26/29 36/29 58/43 65/37 26/20 9/8 220/166 220/166
1 19/14 61/16 66/34 40/14 16/0 14/3 216/81 436/247
2 17/12 70/10 58/8 32/5 3/0 3/0 183/35 619/282
3 20/8 58/14 62/6 19/2 . . 159/30 778/312
4 15/4 67/18 33/10 21/4 . . 136/36 914/348
5 18/0 51/8 61/5 11/6 . . 141/19 1055/367
6 15/3 43/1 54/4 13/2 . . 125/10 1180/377
7 4/0 20/9 48/6 4/1 . . 76/16 1256/393
8 10/0 21/4 52/3 2/0 ..... ..... 85/7 1341/400
9 10/4 9/2 51/2 6/5 1/2 . 77/15 1418/415
10 15/0 17/2 13/2 15/12 1/2 . 61/18 1479/433
11 16/2 26/3 15/6 98/39 49/28 . 204/78 1683/511
12 . 3/0 11/2 92/7 134/35 . 240/44 1923/555
13 . . 1/2 75/5 127/17 8/7 211/31 2134/586
14 . . . 106/5 144/5 16/9 266/19 2400/605
15 . . . 67/1 128/4 28/7 223/12 2623/617
16 ..... ..... ..... 134/4 112/16 3/0 249/20 2872/637
17 . . . 104/7 72/7 1/0 177/14 3049/651
18 . . . 110/6 55/2 2/1 167/9 3216/660
19 . . . 112/4 37/6 26/10 175/20 3391/680
20 . . . 74/6 38/4 36/9 148/19 3539/699
21 2/0 16/1 18/1 39/1 36/8 16/0 127/11 3666/710
22 13/3 21/1 38/4 26/4 15/1 4/0 117/13 3783/723
23 9/0 20/1 48/2 32/5 . . 109/8 3892/731
0 5/0 25/0 44/2 45/5 1/0 ..... 120/7 4012/738
1 9/1 25/0 26/1 26/0 1/0 . 87/2 4099/740
2 6/0 27/2 30/1 6/0 . . 69/3 4168/743
3 8/2 26/1 14/0 . . . 48/3 4216/746
4 9/2 28/0 18/0 . . . 55/2 4271/748
5 23/0 35/1 25/0 . . . 83/1 4354/749
6 13/0 37/0 32/1 . . . 82/1 4436/750
7 16/0 29/1 45/0 . . . 90/1 4526/751
8 4/0 7/0 46/0 2/0 ..... ..... 59/0 4585/751
9 6/0 2/0 31/1 2/0 . . 41/1 4626/752
10 6/1 6/0 9/4 10/0 2/0 . 33/5 4659/757
11 4/0 3/0 5/3 53/2 18/0 . 83/5 4742/762
12 . . 6/2 94/2 161/7 14/5 275/16 5017/778
13 . . . 78/0 145/1 98/25 321/26 5338/804
14 . . . 86/1 84/0 43/4 213/5 5551/809
15 . . . 29/0 83/2 15/2 127/4 5678/813
16 ..... ..... ..... 58/1 85/3 16/2 159/6 5837/819
17 . . . 74/1 71/2 8/1 153/4 5990/823
18 . . . 61/3 45/2 9/2 115/7 6105/830
19 . . . 48/1 25/0 7/2 80/3 6185/833
20 . . 7/0 57/0 19/0 6/2 89/2 6274/835
21 . . 18/0 32/0 12/1 4/1 66/2 6340/837
22 1/0 8/0 15/0 23/1 14/1 1/0 62/2 6402/839
23 4/0 20/1 38/1 29/0 3/0 . 94/2 6496/841

DAY1 209/79 539/119 687/140 1297/182 994/157 166/54 ..... 3892/731

DAY2 114/6 278/6 409/16 813/17 769/19 221/46 . 2604/110

TOT 323/85 817/125 1096/156 2110/199 1763/176 387/100 . 6496/841
 
HG8W(HA8ZO)   SOAB HP   256,6802005-11-27 02:07:40
73 Karl
 
K3BU   SOSB/160 QRP   1,5602005-11-27 17:01:17
Checking out the beach QTH, "fun" QRPeeing, being last in the pileups, if heard.
Thanks to all who heard me.
 
VE3AGC   SOAB LP   3,0102005-11-28 05:07:12
Radio retired at 3 hours...
 
KQ2M   SOAB HP   211,2182005-11-28 13:32:05
Fun to be "Fresh Meat" for 3.6 hours on Sunday. I had been working on a
massive project for 2 months prior at 100+ hours per week, so no chance to fix
the wire antennas and amps that broke over the Winter. First time that I can
recall such low A and K indices in CQWWSSB in several years - resulting in lots
of EXCELLENT signals and a great polar path - WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Tnx for the
q's and CU next year.

73
Bob KQ2M
 
IR4B(IK4AUY)   SOSB/20 HP   98,3322005-11-30 13:42:25
Only a partial time partecipation. See you next year. Sergio IK4AUY

My Website: http://xoomer.virgilio.it/sergiocartoceti/
 
VE7FO   M/M HP   36,3602005-12-01 00:27:59
8 newbie ops. Story to follow in a week or so (I hope)