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North American QSO Party, SSB   2016   January   Claimed Score

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Call: NDØC
Operator(s): NDØC
Station: NDØC

Class: Single Op QRP
QTH: MN
Operating Time (hrs): 9.75
Location: USA

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsMults
160:43
80:2716
40:7836
20:12931
15:5218
10:00
Total:290104Total Score30,160

 

Club: Minnesota Wireless Assn

Team: MWA Blizzard

Comments:     [email]     2016-01-16 22:19:30
I really enjoy the NAQP, but to do well, you really need good low band antennas. I don't have good low band antennas. So I take a beating when 20 finally gives out and I have to move back and forth from 40 and 80. 40 and 80 really seemed noisy here and it seemed like there weren't very many consistently loud stations. QSB was nasty. I had several loud stations CQ in my face, but then weak stations can right back to me. Weird. It was nice that 15 had a decent opening but it behaved a lot like 10 meters. The only thing I heard on 10 was a ZL. Thanks to everybody for the good ears on 40, 80 and especially 160! The ND0C Super-Station: Rig: Yaesu FTDX3000 running 5 watts out - Heil mic, N3FJP logging software Antennas: Cycle 24 TX38 triband Yagi (2 elements on 20 and 15) at 40 feet; Inverted vee with apex at 39 feet; 40M rotatable dipole at 45 feet 73, Randy, ND0C "You don't have to be crazy to operate in a SSB contest with QRP ... but it helps."