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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB   2017   Oct 28   Claimed Score

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Call: OT6M
Operator(s): ON9CC PA5MW PE2HD
Station: OT6M

Class: M/S HP
QTH: JO20ws
Operating Time (hrs): 46,8
Location: Northern Europe

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:183947
80:5411574
40:83029107
20:80930105
15:53336118
10:441223
Total:2940131474Total Score3,236,750

 

Club: Bavarian Contest Club

Comments:     [email]     2017-10-31 00:33:50
A fun weekend again with a rather small team. But due to good rates even the long night shifts were doable. The best run with almost 150 QSO's in one hour was on 80m, although we only had a dipole (and K9AY for RX) for that band. Second best run was on Sunday afternoon on 20m with a little over 100 QSO's. 10m was a little open on Saturday and Sunday so good for some extra multipliers. Station: TRX: IC7800 and Orion II (interlocked) PA: ACOM2000 Antennas: TRX: dipoles for 160m and 80m, OB2-40, OB11-3, 3 el.SteppIR RX: K9AY Some things we noticed - again the K9AY worked very good on 160, 80 and even 40m. - we had some good runs even though we were not spotted. It really makes sense to sometimes tune the band (instead of just clicking the spots). Also if everyone would set 'spot all S&P QSO's' ON, it would mean a lot more fun for everyone. - Only 4 stations worked on all 6 bands: CN3A, EF8R, M6T and PI4CC. 19 stations worked on 5 bands were either 10m or 160m was missing. Although the team was small and some runs were long, we had a great weekend with good food and enjoyed the radio sport. Thanks to all who worked us and hope to see you in the CQWW CW! 73 Frank ON9CC