CQWW SSB

2013 - M/M Europe

2012 - M/M World

C5A.........................41,351,002
HK1NA.......................36,147,240
K3LR........................33,378,413
PJ2T .......................30,868,620
W3LPL.......................27,194,496
DR1A .......................26,585,552

2011 - M/M World

C5A....................44,901,680
K3LR...................35,923,380
DR1A ..................32,937,369
KH7X ..................31,670,464
CR3L...................31,406,340
KC1XX .................28,639,954

2010 - M/M World

EF8R ................... 29,023,327
PJ2T ................... 27,984,516
A73A.................... 23,364,120
DR1A ................... 21,624,680
K3LR.................... 21,247,382

Zitat CQ August 2011:
... Repeating from last year, the top European score went to the fine operators at DR1A, the contest callsign of the DFØCG crew. Second place in Europe for the second year was DFØHQ, the club call of the Ilmenau Contest Club. Third place went to LZ9W located in a small hotel 60 km southwest of Sofia, Bulgaria...

The continental winners were: North America K3LR; Africa EF8R; Asia A73A; Europe DR1A; Oceania VK4UC; South America PJ2T; Japan 8N5A; U.S. K3LR.

2009 - M/M World

PJ2T ................. 22,010,913
DR1A ................. 20,693,196
CR3L.................. 20,025,560
K3LR.................. 19,419,972
DFØHQ................. 17,542,980

Zitat CQ August 2010:
The top world score this time was the Caribbean Contest Consortium, PJ2T. PJ2T, located at a QTH called “Signal Point,” is situated on half an acre of ocean-front property within the grounds of what used to be called the Coral Cliff Hotel. What a great job this seasoned group did from Sint Martha’s Bay. The number two score in the world and number one in Europe went to DR1A. DR1A is the contest callsign of the DFØCG crew. A nice picture of their QTH appears on QRZ.com. Third place world went to the Rhein-Ruhr DX Association team at CR3L.

2007 - M/M Europe

DR1A................16,111,326
DFØHQ...............14,486,344
TM6M ...............12,314,808
1A3A................12,240,173
OT5A................11,060,052
LZ9W................10,229,700

Zitat CQ August 2008
The German team at DR1A again talked their way to the number one position in Europe. What a splendid effort they always put in. The competition between DR1A and DFØHQ is a real fight. Second place in Europe was taken by the well-known club station of DFØHQ. Third place in Europe went to the French team operating from TM6M.

2006 - M/M Europe

DR1A................16,893,040
DFØHQ...............14,074,620
OT6A................11,921,840
MD4K ...............10,949,400
OHØZ.................9,438,984
TM2Y.................8,031,452

Zitat CQ August 2007
The multi-national German station of DR1A took the number one position in Europe. In second place was the well-known club station of DFØHQ. In third place was the Belgium contest club, OT6A.

 

2005 - M/M Europe

DFØCG.............15,337,439
OT5A..............13,053,528
DQØQ..............12,921,984
RW2F .............12,877,980
LZ9W..............12,467,430
MD4K ..............9,628,416

Zitat CQ August 2006
First place in Europe went to the DFØCG crew (http://www.df0cg.de/en/). Introducing new hams to contesting and gathering together a large crew is what OT5A is all about, and these second-place European winners continued their party at OT5A (http://www.on7lr.be/). Third place in Europe went to DQØQ of DFØHQ fame (http://www.df0hq.de).

2004 - M/M Europe

9A1A.................21,947,520
DFØHQ................18,678,975
DFØCG................17,619,740
OT4A.................17,086,281
MD4K ................15,486,066
LZ9W.................14,002,960





Zitat CQ August 2005
Taking the top spot in Europe was 9A1A. Operating from a mountaintop QTH, 9A1A always had a good signal. Second-place Europe went to the club with quads— DFØHQ (http://www.df0hq.de). DFØCG, a well-known German club station, took the third-place position.

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