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ARRL 10-Meter Contest   2011   Dec 10   Claimed Score

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Call: VE7XF
Operator(s): VE7XF
Station: VE7XF

Class: SO CW HP
QTH: near Vancouver
Operating Time (hrs):
Location: Canada

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsMults
CW:1303116
SSB:00
Total:1303116Total Score604,592

 

Club: Orca DX and Contest Club

Comments:     [email]     2011-12-11 18:25:28
I wish I had the resolve at the beginning that I have at the end, then maybe I wouldn't have taken so many breaks. The closer we get to the Solstice, the worse condx get - how discouraging when the band opens in the morning to see the band has closed in Europe, but not before the guys on the east coast have had their fill :-( Only heard/worked a few coastal Europeans - nothing from inland. Surprisingly, the UK was much more workable (and earlier in the day) than in the CQ WW CW. I had one N1MM crash in the middle of a run, requiring a complete computer re-boot, and lost 15 minutes or so. Also, N1MM didn't let me log a couple of US K4s (wanted me to put them in Puerto Rico), so I'll have to add them directly to the Cabrillo log. My score will be 'adjusted' (I hope) by the log checking software. On to the RAC Winter, for which I hope to have a new 160m antenna, so protect your rcvr front ends! K3 (producing rcvr clicks from many stations), Acom 1000, 3el Steppir. And a few extra characters sent by the cat on the keyboard. Maybe back to the 1000mp for the RAC 'test. Ralph, VE7XF