2020 ARRL DX CW
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Here’s my result of activity in the contest this past weekend. I had about 8.5 hours of BIC time pretty evenly divided between Saturday and Sunday. Heard several members in the pileups.
73, Ken K3IU

              ARRL DX Contest, CW - 2020

Call: K3IU
Operator(s): K3IU
Station: K3IU

Class: SOAB HP
QTH:   RI
Operating Time (hrs): 8.5

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  Mults
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  160:    0     0
   80:    6     6
   40:  121    54
   20:  196    53
   15:   43    23
   10:    0     0
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Total:  366   136  Total Score = 149,328

Club: CT RI Contest Group

4 comments on “2020 ARRL DX CW
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  1. Call: K1ECU
    Category: SOAB LP Unlimited
    QTH: FN41bi
    Op time: 11 Hrs

    Band QSOs Pts Mults
    3.5 36 108 29
    7 128 384 57
    14 170 507 59
    21 16 48 14
    Total 350 1047 159
    Claimed Score: 166,473

    All S&P. Tried Running a couple times, but no calls after two 10-minute CQ stretches. The RBN showed my signal pretty weak around the world, so thanks for all the stations that picked me out of the noise.

  2. Call/Station/Op: W1XX
    Category: SOAB HP Non-assisted
    QTH: RI
    Op Time: 8.5 hrs

    Band QSOs Mults
    1.8: 59 33
    3.5 15 14
    7: 287 74
    ____________________________
    Total 361 121 Score = 130,317

    Club: CTRI Contest Group

    Comments:
    Strictly a lo-energy Jeb Bush type effort on the LO bands only.
    Highlights: working a QRP 5-watt JA on 40; working JT1CO (easy); got on 160 at midnight for an hour or so
    Sat/Sun and EU was coming thru gangbusters. Hope it (and I) holds up til next weekend for the CQ 160 Phone Contest. Great to see the fantastic score posted by Rick, KI1G, in the unlimited category. How does one stay up for 45 hours? 73 !

  3. K1SX
    SOSB 160 LP
    40-31-3720
    2 hours
    Genesis SDR + homebrew sspa , inv L 65/65′ 16 radials

    We flew back from 17 days in India late THursday night and the weekend was mostly jet lag and having the family over to hear about it. I decided to just challenge my setup on 160 and it was great, I ran up the most DX q’s I ever had there. I just seemed to be getting heard, and it got me thinking about a beverage again and whether I was being an alligator when running. I actually did run on 160 with a wire in a tree, and got a few callers. I then put in a few hours at N1RR’s M/S effort on Sunday afternoon. Although it was played out, it was still cool to run on a 40m yagi.
    KI1G’s score is extraordinary. I had not seen it til John mentioned it. I had just grumbled to N1RR about having to compete against the 6 op N5DX team using a Maine RHR superstation. And Rick exceeded their score. 73, Dave K1SX

  4. testing

       Club/Team : CTRI Contest Group
        Software : N1MM Logger+ 1.0.8131.0
    
            Band     QSOs     Pts  WPX  Pt/Q
             3.5      25       52   10   2.1
               7      94      272   56   2.9
              14     231      518  179   2.2
              21      29       46   14   1.6
           Total     379      888  259   2.3
    
                Score : 229,992

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