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CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB   2017   Oct 28   Claimed Score

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Call: N1UR
Operator(s): N1UR
Station: N1UR

Class: SOAB HP
QTH: VT
Operating Time (hrs): 44
Location: USA
Radios: SO2R  

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsZonesCountries
160:30814
80:3361775
40:5272393
20:125233103
15:12052597
10:1291131
Total:3479117413Total Score5,210,430

 

Club: [none]

Comments:     [email]     2017-10-31 16:22:04
That was a lot of fun, yet challenging conditions on many bands. Way better than last year. Not as good as the year prior. 160 was almost a complete wipeout here. I never even heard any EU on 160. A number of Carib stations were workable although none were very loud. I had some reasonable runs on 80M. I really enjoy that band during the EU sunrise. Mults on 80 were okay actually. 40M was very poor at the start. It got better as the contest progressed. Although never heard Asia. 20M was a great band. JA, Asia, great to EU and Russia. I stuck with 20M too long, hoping for some juicy Southeast Asia mults - they never appeared for me. Although I did have some VUs call in. Africa was very light in this contest. 15M was fabulous to EU. The guys in Maine seemed to have it longer and stronger than further west. However, I could have done better on 15M. 10M was actually better than I expected. SA on both days (Sunday better than Saturday). Some zone 33 and Atlantic zone 14. That was it to the East. It is interesting to see the difference in some of these marginal conditions that the Coast of Maine/MA can make. What a fabulous job K1DG did in this one. Fabulous effort OM! On a side note, in the last couple of hours of the contest a big wind storm started coming up here. By 2am local (6 hours after the contest), the power went out and was just restored a couple of hours ago (36 hours out). That was very lucky timing. See you in CW. 73 Ed N1UR