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ARRL DX CW: DL6FBL 10m / DF6JC 15m

Veröffentlicht von Irina (dl8dyl) am Feb 18 2014
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Bei DR1A wurde dieses Mal Single Band gefunkt: DL6FBL tummelte sich auf 10m während DF6JC auf 15m die Amis scheuchte. Spaß hatten beide!

Call: DF6JC
Station: DR1A
Class: SO Unlimited HP (15 m Single Band)
QTH: JO31CQ
Operating Time (hrs): 18:35
Summary:

Band QSOs Mults
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15: 1136 59
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Total: 1136 59 Total Score = 200,895

Comments:
Some finger exercise for me prior to my first major DX-pedition later this year.
After a good Saturday, Sunday started very slow with a good deal of polar flutter but the band seemed to recover towards the afternoon.
Fortunately, compared to DL6FBL, VO1SA called me as 59th multiplier on Sunday 17:45 hours. Thanks!
No trace from the Canadian Arctic on 15 m either.
Over 3% dupes due mainly to erroneous skimmer spots, I guess.
Finally, it would be interesting to learn how it sounds from “the other side” when three major European contest stations try to share a 1 kHz bandwidth ;=)

Call: DL6FBL
Station: DR1A
Class: SO Unlimited HP (but just used 10m Single Band)
QTH: JO31CQ
Operating Time (hrs): 17:34
Summary:
Band QSOs Mults
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10: 1383 58
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Total: 1383 58 Total Score = 240,642

Comments:
There is no Single OP / Single Band / Assisted Category. So this log goes to the full Single OP Unlimited Category. Nevertheless I just wanted to know what can be done on 10m single band this weekend. Since I had some business and other projects over the weekend, 10m was my choice to have some fun in our afternoons.
I sat it out in the evenings, and it was amazing to see what was still going on after "the band had closed"... Saturday night last contact was AA9LC
(IL) at 2110z, and Sunday it was W7VXS (WA) at 1943z - local sunset was at 1650z... ;-)
Missed the VO1 (NF) multiplier, and I guess VO2, VE8, VY1 and VY0 were not on or not workable from here...
Some West Coast statistics: 28xAZ, 101xCA, 6xID, 4xMT, 8xNV, 17xOR, 9xUT, 30xWA, 4xWY, 3xVE6, 9xVE7, plus the Dakotas: 3xND, 6xSD.
 

 

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