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Jan 14

Shown below are the tables and graphics for Single Op, All Band, Low power, CW

This is the final post in a set of four for tracking the trend in assisted entrants.

Please note Y axis scale, above.  Also note that CW logs are still coming in.  This is a snapshot from Dec 24, 2016.

Jan 7

Shown below are the tables and graphics for Single Op, All Band, High power, CW

Next time, we will close out the series by looking at SOAB Low Power, CW

Please note Y axis scale, above.  Also note that CW logs are still coming in.  This is a snapshot from Dec 24, 2016.

Jan 6

Please see http://cqww.com/publiclogs/2016ph/

For the last two years, the contest community has used the public logs to assist the CQWW Contest Committee in finding possible “issues” with some of the logs.  We look forward to your feedback again this year.

You may send your findings and concerns to: questions@cqww.com

Please base your findings and concerns on an actual log review and not simply on your suspicions.

Thank you!

 

 

Dec 5

Just 7 days after the contest, the raw scores for CW are live on the web site.

Please visit:  http://cqww.com/raw.htm?mode=cw

Our sincere appreciation goes to the sub-group of the CQWW Contest Committee who works on ensuring that the received logs are correctly formatted, so that the raw scores can be calculated and published.

The raw scores are the calculated score before any log checking or other adjustments are made.

These scores may not match what you submitted exactly as our country file may be different than yours and you may have some QSOs where the call/country could not be determined.

These are not the final results.  Scores may change by 5-10% (or more) depending on the log checking.  Final results will be published in CQ Magazine during the 2nd quarter of 2017.

 

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