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ARRL DX Contest, SSB   2010   Mar 6   Claimed Score

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Call: KH7XS
Operator(s): K4XS
Station: KH7B

Class: SOAB HP
QTH: KH6
Operating Time (hrs): 44
Location: Other Oceania

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsMults
160:22455
80:36859
40:186861
20:180560
15:203459
10:45217
Total:6751311Total Score6,298,683

 

Club: Florida Contest Group

Comments:     [email]     2010-03-07 22:49:11
I haven't done a 48 hour contest all bands since the ARRL DX back around ten years ago. My highest QSO total ever so I really enjoyed all the action. Set out to see if I could make 6000 QSOs even with us in the lower part of the cycle. Bands were in great shape with the exception of 10 being marginal at best. 10 did a very medicocre opening to the mainland Saturday with a few W6 and W7 guys late morning. Sunday's opening was better going deeper to FL and a few of the big gun stations in the east. But, not many stations were listening, but for those who were, it wasn't a bad opening. 15 was much better. I only spent a total of 10 hours on the band and had over 2000 QSOs. I believe 3000 could have been done in a full monoband effort. The same was true for 40. Only 14.5 hours yielded 1868 Q's. A full blown effort would have easily exceeded last years' monoband effort. The band was hot. Little noise and the Chinese Dragon has disappeared. 80 and 160 provided for lots of surpise mults calling in the east coast sunrise, including DC. 20 was.....uh, 20. Wall to wall crud, but once the EU went to bed, mainland beams turned west and the piles got big. Thanks to all who called and speical thanks to the mainland US and VEs for the quick attempts to QSY for mults. Now, a couple of weeks off until the WPX