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ARRL DX Contest, SSB   2017   Mar 4   Claimed Score

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Call: N7MZW
Operator(s): N7MZW
Station: N7MZW

Class: SO Unlimited LP
QTH: Cheyenne, WY
Operating Time (hrs): 21
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
Total:17194Total Score48,222


Club: Grand Mesa Contesters of Colorado

Comments:     [email]     2017-03-05 17:23:38
[log removed from comments] START-OF-LOG: 3.0 CREATED-BY: N3FJP's ARRL International DX Contest Log 3.9 CONTEST: ARRL-DX-SSB CALLSIGN: N7MZW LOCATION: WY CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP CATEGORY-STATION: FIXED CATEGORY-TRANSMITTER: ONE CATEGORY-POWER: LOW CATEGORY-ASSISTED: ASSISTED CATEGORY-BAND: ALL CATEGORY-MODE: SSB CATEGORY-TIME: 24 HRS CLUB: Grand Mesa Contesters of Colorado CLAIMED-SCORE: 48222 OPERATORS: N7MZW NAME: Chuck Williams ADDRESS: 3601 Dillon Ave Apt B ADDRESS-CITY: Cheyenne ADDRESS-STATE-PROVINCE: WY ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 82001 ADDRESS-COUNTRY: EMAIL: SOAPBOX: Kenwood TS-940 at 100 watts, Heil BM-10 Headset on Vox, and G5RV up 35 feet running N-S. G5RV at low height due to recent high winds during blizzard.I turned 60 years old today, 5 March, and I really thank that Mr. SOL could have given me better propogation for this contest as a birthday present! THIS ONE WAS AS MUCH FUN AS A ROOT CANAL ! 100% hunt and pounce with almost no 10 meters heard, significant QSB, and crowded bands. I could heard known Big Gun stations asking for fills.53 Q's on 40 meters for 31% of total, 26 Q's on 20 meters for 29% of total,25 Q's on 15 Meters for 28 % of total, and only ONE Q on 10 Meters for 1% of my 171 contacts. HI=15 Q's for 9%. AK= 2 Q's for 1%. NA=69 Q's for 40%, SA=58 Q's for 34%, OC=20 Q's for 12%,AS=14 Q's for 8%, and EU=6 Q's for 4%. Guadalupe call of TO3Z not recognized by logging program was 3 Q's for 2%, and AF= 1 Q for 1%. My second time using assistance due to spotting Network, but a lot of the spots I received were to weak for me to hear or work. A few early spots did help me break a few pile ups. My first small MA5B Beam was up for a whole week in December 0f 2016, before the Wyoming winds bent the mast below the rotor like a pretzel. Hope to have it up in the next month or so. Not an easy contest at all, but still another 100 watt "Boy and His Wire Adventure" from Wyoming. END-OF-LOG: