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ARRL 10-Meter Contest   2011   Dec 10   Claimed Score

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Call: PJ2T
Operator(s): K2PLF K8LEE N4RV WØCG WXØB
Station: PJ2T

Class: M/S HP
QTH: Curacao
Operating Time (hrs): 33
Location: South America

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsMults
CW:1862158
SSB:1102152
Total:2964310Total Score2,992,120

 

Club: CCC

Comments:     [email]     2011-12-11 16:31:12
With leadership from N4RV and equipment brought by WX0B we set up two stations, one for CW and one for SSB. WX0B fabricated a lockout cable to assure that only one transmitted at a time, and we were able to at times interleave phone and CW contacts. At most other times, we ran on one and pounced mults on the other. 10 meter conditions the week before the contest were superior to those on the weekend, but it was still a hoot to be able to work 29% of our Qs in Europe after many years of not one single 10 meter QSO to Europe. The Asian contacts were equally thrilling, most especially JT5DX on CW. Pileups slowed our rates down markedly. As usual, the North American and Asian pileups were orderly but the European pileups were another story altogether. We consumed a lot of kilowatt hours of electricity and equal amounts of beer, taking a focused but fun approach to the contest. It was great to again have WX0B at the QTH and look forward to Jay's visits in the future. Many thanks to Jack, N4RV, for providing the organizational leadership on this one. Thx and 73, - Geoff, W0CG/7, PJ2DX