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CQ WW CW Contest Scores
11-26-2017, 05:14 PM
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CQ WW CW Contest Scores

Please post your CW WW Contest scores and stories here by replying to this message. If you worked the contest we would appreciate it if you would credit Meriden ARC as your club.
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11-26-2017, 08:55 PM
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N1API CQ WW CW Contest Scores

START-OF-LOG: 3.0
LOCATION: CT
CALLSIGN: N1API
CLUB: Meriden ARC
CONTEST: CQ-WW-CW
CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP
CATEGORY-ASSISTED: ASSISTED
CATEGORY-BAND: ALL
CATEGORY-MODE: CW
CATEGORY-POWER: LOW
CATEGORY-STATION: FIXED
CATEGORY-TRANSMITTER: ONE
CLAIMED-SCORE: 340669
OPERATORS: N1API
NAME: Al
ADDRESS:
ADDRESS-CITY: Meriden
ADDRESS-STATE-PROVINCE: CT
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 06451
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: UNITED STATES
CERTIFICATE: NO
CREATED-BY: N1MM Logger+ 1.0.6903.0

Band ------ QSOs ------ ZN ------- Cty
7 ---------- 106 ------ 15 -------- 48
14 --------- 215 ------ 28 -------- 93
21 --------- 106 ------ 21 -------- 70
28 ----------- 8 ------- 6 --------- 6
Total ------ 435 ------ 70 ------- 217
Score: 340,669
1 Multi = 1.5 Q's

I was quite pleased with the 40 meter results. I started out on 40 meters Friday night and it was worth it. I worked 40 meters Saturday night and then got up at 5 AM Sunday to check 40 and that proved to be a good thing as I was able to work a couple of Hawaiian stations along with a few new multipliers. I ended the contest on 40 meters except for the last half hour or so when it seemed everyone moved to 40. One thing I noted a lot of stations read my call as N1APS and I had to correct quite a few through out the contest.

One of the last multipliers that I worked was a VK6 on 20 meters for a new zone and country. As I listened to him and started to move the antenna I could hear he had a huge pile up and people were having a tough time working him. The signal was not a strong as I would have expected. Then I realized as I was moving the beam, long path. Sure enough pointed the antenna about 125 degrees and he was 59. Came back to me on the second call. Only a few other realized that and were getting contacts. Earlier in the contest I also worked one other station who was long path.

A fun weekend on the radio. Hope you had some time to play also. Please submit your log for the the Meriden ARC as your club.

-73- Al - N1API
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