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Vermont QSO Party   2018   Feb 3   Claimed Score

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Call: N8II
Operator(s): N8II
Station: N8II

Class: Single Op LP
Operating Time (hrs): ~3
Location: Out of State/Province

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandCW QsPh QsDig Qs
Total:11150CW Mults7Ph Mults8Dig Mults0Total Score832


Club: [none]

Comments:     [email]     2018-02-12 01:53:22
A scoring nightmare considering only 26 Q's, Hi! N1MM does not come close to scoring properly. If you can earn a county mult and club mult with the same QSO, it is correct. It is quite a horse race with Dave, WN4AFP with equal Q's and me having a 1 mult edge, but Dave with more CW QSO points. I was working the 2 other QP's more seriously than VTQP; whenever I heard VT, I logged it while mainly chasing down Q's in the other QP's until near the end. Amazing to have 3 different sporadic E openings to VT during a time when Es is quite rare. At 23Z Saturday, the number of VT and MN stations on 20 at any given moment was about equal! Then twice on Sunday for relatively long stretches 20 was open again. W1NVT listened for my call on 15 but no dice. I worked K1IB/M only once, wonder how many times I missed him? Conditions for such low solar activity could not have been much better to VT. The VT winners made a lot of Q's, could have used a few more active stations. But, WVQP is getting to the point where most ops outside WV do not put in any large amount of time due to low WV turnout. 73, Jeff