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ARRL 10-Meter Contest   2011   Dec 10   Claimed Score

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Call: K1TO
Operator(s): K1TO
Station: K1TO

Class: SO CW HP
QTH: FL
Operating Time (hrs): 33
Location: USA
Radios: SO2R  

Summary:   Compare Scores
BandQSOsMults
CW:2340152
SSB:
Total:2340152Total Score1,422,720

 

Club: Florida Contest Group

Comments:     [email]     2011-12-11 19:17:05
Great FCG participation as we remembered Jon, W4ZW who became a Silent Key on Tuesday. Band was great down here during the day and awful at night. No E-skip at all which was surprising since E-skip seems to be even better with higher sunspot activity. As a result, I missed tons of closer stations that are much harder to work via the F-layer. No complaints, as there were plenty of W5/6/7/0 to keep the afternoons rolling. EU was terrific both days, with a slightly deeper opening on Sunday that yielded VU. Didn't try to work anyone Long Path in our morning. Main run antenna is a homebrew 6L @ 50'. Main 2nd rig antenna is a C3E @ 165'. RBN analysis shows that there is plenty of room for improvement here. Also had a few fixed 4L Yagis, including one to XE, hoping that many of the 24 states that were promised on CW would show up. I worked 5. Heard, but not worked: E51, FG, V6, BV Not heard, but known to be on: GD, ST, ZK2, plus many others less likely for me to work Skimmer sure has had a dramatically positive effect on the QSO totals that are possible. Next year should be tremendous with more sunspots and some E-skip. Thanks to Terry, N4TB and Tom, W8JI for their able technical assistance with some of my equipment. Everything worked flawlessly this weekend. Thanks for all the QSOs! This was the 3rd serious contest weekend in a row and it's time to catch up on other things. Happy Holidays! See you all on the bands again in 2012! 73, Dan percent North America CW 1151 48.5 South America CW 79 3.3 Europe CW 1042 43.8 Asia CW 69 2.9 Africa CW 12 0.5 Oceania CW 23 1.0 HOUR 10 HR TOT CUM TOT 0 65/14 65/14 65/14 1 22/1 22/1 87/15 2 15/3 15/3 102/18 3 10/5 10/5 112/23 4 12/3 12/3 124/26 5 . . 124/26 6 . . 124/26 7 . . 124/26 8 ..... ..... 124/26 9 . . 124/26 10 . . 124/26 11 16/6 16/6 140/32 12 149/28 149/28 289/60 Sunrise ~1210Z 13 157/6 157/6 446/66 14 164/16 164/16 610/82 15 140/16 140/16 750/98 16 118/6 118/6 868/104 17 107/11 107/11 975/115 18 106/4 106/4 1081/119 19 84/4 84/4 1165/123 20 92/2 92/2 1257/125 21 79/1 79/1 1336/126 22 72/0 72/0 1408/126 Sunset ~2237Z 23 22/1 22/1 1430/127 0 5/1 5/1 1435/128 1 2/0 2/0 1437/128 2 8/0 8/0 1445/128 3 2/0 2/0 1447/128 4 . . 1447/128 5 . . 1447/128 6 . . 1447/128 7 . . 1447/128 8 ..... ..... 1447/128 9 . . 1447/128 10 . . 1447/128 11 4/0 4/0 1451/128 12 82/6 82/6 1533/134 13 114/3 114/3 1647/137 14 99/4 99/4 1746/141 15 108/1 108/1 1854/142 16 86/1 86/1 1940/143 17 76/2 76/2 2016/145 18 64/1 64/1 2080/146 19 50/1 50/1 2130/147 20 53/1 53/1 2183/148 21 69/3 69/3 2252/151 22 76/2 76/2 2328/153 23 16/0 16/0 2344/153 DAY1 1430/127 ..... 1430/127 DAY2 914/26 . 914/26 TOT 2344/153 . 2344/153 (includes 4 FL SSB QSOs) 4O 1 4X 1 5B 1 9A 15 9H 1 9K 1 CE 5 CN 1 CT 2 CT3 2 CX 2 D4 1 DL 177 E7 5 EA 48 EA6 2 EA8 6 EI 6 ER 2 ES 6 EU 9 F 48 FM 1 FS 1 G 78 GI 1 GJ 1 GM 9 GW 2 HA 31 HB 11 HC 1 HK 2 HP 1 HZ 1 I 39 IS 1 J2 1 J3 1 JA 59 KH2 2 KP2 1 LA 20 LU 26 LY 12 LZ 25 OA 1 OE 4 OH 10 OH0 1 OK 64 OM 13 ON 12 OY 1 OZ 6 PA 58 PJ2 1 PJ4 1 PY 33 S5 22 SM 26 SP 40 SV 4 SV9 1 T8 1 TF 1 TK 1 UA 86 UA2 3 UA9 4 UR 73 VK 3 VU 1 YL 9 YO 30 YU 22 YV 4 Z3 1 ZC4 1 ZF 1 ZL 11 ZP 3 ZS 1