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CQWW WPX Contest, SSB   2017   Mar 25   Claimed Score

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Call: KH6CJJ
Operator(s): KH6CJJ
Station: KH6CJJ

Class: SOAB(TS) LP
QTH: Maui, Hawaii
Operating Time (hrs): 22:17
Location: Other Oceania

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOs
160:
80:38
40:65
20:260
15:232
10:14
Total:609Prefixes269Total Score549,836

 

Club: Maui Amateur Radio Club

Comments:     [email]     2017-03-27 13:42:05
This has always been a difficult contest for me and this year was no exception. The poor conditions coupled with my low power, low antenna station made for a lot of time spent with a low score to show for it. I often heard WH6R, only 100 miles away, running stations that I could not even hear. Shows what power and big antennas can do! Having only six Europeans and only a few JA stations in the log, really held down the multipliers. There was not much incentive in this contest to try 10 meters, but I tried for the fun of it. Saturday, about 2200 UTC, the beacons from the Mainland US were strong here, but I only ever heard two stations. W6CWM was strong and easily worked, while KZ5MM was weak and never heard me. On Sunday, KA6BIM and I moved from 15 down to 10 and eventually made contact. I heard him right away with him running power and a big antenna, but he could only hear me during the peaks of QSB cycles. Much of each day, I could hear and work a few stations from South America, with PS2T being very strong much of the time. Notwithstanding the poor conditions, I still had fun chasing like minded friends from all over the world! Thanks for the Q's. Aloha, Kent