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CQ WPX RTTY Contest   2018   Feb 10   Claimed Score

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Call: IZ3NVR
Operator(s): IZ3NVR
Station: IZ3NVR

Class: SOAB LP
Class Overlay: TB-Wires
Operating Time (hrs): 13
Location: Southern Europe

Summary:   Compare Scores
Total:322Prefixes254Total Score258,826


Club: Worldwide Young Contesters

Comments:     [email]     2018-02-13 09:37:51
Yes, even 1 QSO on 10m! Thanks S54E! I am definitely not an RTTY fan and didn't plan to operate this one. Ended up doing a few hours LP (60W, no way I run my radio full power on RTTY) quitting when it was no more fun and giving points to some friends. This is, by far, the highest RTTY score I've ever submitted. Don't think I will break such a personal "record" soon. I am in the "threebander-single wire" overlay although it was much more of a "single multiband wire" one since I used a multiband dipole. 10 and 15 were much disappointing. Hoped for some 15m action but they really never openend up, not even towards Asia. 20m had long skip and couldn't hear many European stations that are usually an easy reach. Working KL7SB made my day anyway. 40 and 80 were where the action was. More QSO points and easier to work prefixes makes them the bands to be to improve the score. I didn't operate long on these. 40m is usually my worst band being it overcrowded and full of powerhouses. 80 were a bit better. I noticed a couple of stations (eastern europe mainly), some even declaring LP on the online leaderboard, with 2 to 3k wide signals. Guess they were having issues with their transmitters... Thanks everyone for the contacts. It has been a nice LP experience. Hope to see you in the upcoming contests FT-450 @ 60W single multiband wire