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IOTA Contest   2017   Jul 29   Claimed Score

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Call: WQ6X
Operator(s): WQ6X
Station: NX6T

Class: SO(A)12CW LP
QTH: Fallbrook, Ca
Operating Time (hrs): 7.5
Location: World
Remote operation

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandCW QsCW MultsPh QsPh Mults
80:3100
40:992800
20:7200
15:0000
10:0000
Total:1093100Total Score34,968

 

Club: San Diego Contest Club

Comments:     [email]     2017-07-31 14:15:52
This was another WQ6X remote operation from NX6T ("NashVille") in Fallbrook. Family obligations kept me off the air during 15:00z thru 06:00z so I made the 7.5 hours of actual OP time work for me. Equipment-wise I ran a barefoot Elecraft K3 into a 3-el Stepp-IR, 2-elements on 40 meters and a droopy inverted Vee for the 3 QSOs on 80 meters. As with other recent remote contests, using an old Autek QF-1A audio filter to process the laptop audio produced far better results that the DSP filtering built into the K3. My biggest CW contest BEEF is with the BONEHEADS who work me and then move up barely 200hz to call CQ, when there is PLENTY of open frequency space 1 or 2 khz away. While I missed the 40 meter opening to Europe and heard no AF stations (and only 1 SA station), this IOTA contest was a lot of fun. Because of the format of the island designators,the IOTA contest makes for an interesting challenge. You can read my write up about this GiG in an upcoming WQ6X Contest BLOG entry: WQ6X.Blogspot.com