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4M6CQSO HP 40MLUCKY ME MURPHY ARRIVE JUST SUNDAY MORNING A COMPUTER CRASH LOST SOME DATA BUT AFTER A HARD TIME RECOVER ALMOST COMPLETE LOG, ANYWAY GREAT CONTEST SEE ON CW PART
4Z5FISO LP 10MTnx to all fer contact 73 and shalom
4Z5MVSO LP ALLRIG(s): 20; ANTENNA(s): G.P
5P0OSO LP ALLThere are so many stations with the call sign "QRZ"... Did it again
5Z4EESO HP ALLThe CQWW contests are my favorites. I will be in Kenya for three more years
6K5AQYSA LP ALLCU agn next contest
6V7QSA HP ALLIncredible propagation : bands were wide opened 24h a day, especially 10m wich was the best band ! Got many difficulties to break some multis pile-up : no antenna turned to Africa... Lost at least 30 multis. anyway, my best experience in a contest !
7K1CPTSO QRP ALLRig: K3 Elecraft Power: 5-Watts Ant: Dipole 10mh
7K2PZGSO LP ALL2011 CQ WW RTTY contest
7K4TKBSO LP 15M50 watts with DP antenna
7M3FMRSO QRP 15MI enjoyed the contest.It is the first DXparticipation. 5W
7N2UQCSA LP 10MI was able to enjoy this contest.Tnx for a fine contest again. Rig:IC-7600, ANT:Dipole
7N4CPTSO LP ALLThanks for every stations who picked me up, CU AGN 73
8S0CSA HP ALLFantastic conditions, it was a privilege to be able to participate in this contest
9A1CIGMSHTS2000 100W
9A2USA HP 10MUsed FT-1000MP Field, 1kW, 5 el yagi@15m agl from 418m asl. BSC of powerline troubles ended early sunday afternoon. See ya next time
9A6BMSHWow! 10 meters: all 40 zones, 144 DXCC entities. With our modest setup: 600 Watts plus 2 el. quad for 20/15/10 and 13 meters vertical for 80/40 and no ant for 160m we made the best of it. It was great fun. Ten meters was packed with stations in 1 MHz (28,3 - 29,3) and we could s&p at rate of greater than 200! We had no mult station, just 2 of us and 1 radio
9A6JOYSA LP ALLKenwood TS140S ANT dipol
9M2ESMSO HP 10MGood time for propagation in 10m Transceiver: Icom718 and FT857D Antenna: 9 elemen dualband (G0KSC) made by Dalbeam
9M2JKLMSHActual output was 100 watts. Thank you for organizing the contest :-)
9M4SMYSO HP ALLThe QRV place is 9M6. The mark calculation is Oceania. If recomputation is necessary, please contact it
9M8YYSO HP 10MAll logs except 10M are only for Check-log
9M8ZSA HP 15MMy first single-band effort after a few years of SOAB. I was looking to beat the Oceania 15m Assisted record held by my friend Bernd, VK9AA (VK2IA), but 15m was SO full I could not get any good runs into Europe and Bernd's record still stands! Difficulties working into Europe were compensated by some fantastic runs into North America, even to Zone 5 - always difficult from Zone 28
9N7AKSO LP ALLMaximum output power - 100 watts
9W2TSSO LP 10MActual TX Power: VERY GOOD CQ WW CONTEST
9Z4DZSO LP 15MKenwood TS-870, 15M three element yagi
A52PCSA HP ALL40 meters from Bhutan was challenging but rewarding. It was a blast surprising folks with an A5 call
AA1BUSO HP 80MSaturday evening the Northeast was undergoing an unusually early snow storm which caused intermittent power outages due to falling trees and limbs from the very heavy wet snow and winds. I had to re-boot the computer and linear at least a dozen times. Finally at 0720 UTC Sat the power went out for good, and that was the end of CQWW for me. Four days later, we are still without commercial power. Snow static and problems with antenna loading caused further aggravation, but it was CQWW
AA1ISO LP 10MMy first 10m DX! 26 QSO's, 74 QSO pts, 9 Zones, 20 Countries, 74 X (20 + 9) = 2146
AA6KSO LP ALLIt is great to have the solar cycle moving up. 10 Meters was really great!!!!!!!
AB1ODSO LP ALLKnew time would be limited due to having a cold, a VE session, and Connecticut SET interfereing. Hadn't planned on Mother Nature and the local utility adding in a 170 hour-long power outage as an extra complication
AB7ZUSO LP 10MFelt more like field day due to power fluctuations. I ran the entire contest with an emergency generator vice mains. GREAT contest!
AB8FJSO QRP 15MMaximum Power Output Used 5 Watts
AC0OPSO QRP 20M3 Watts
AC7VXSO LP ALLlittle gun
AC9SSO HP ALLGREAT BAND CONDITIONS! IT WAS WONDERFUL TO SEE 10 OPEN AGAIN. THE STEPPIR'S INSTANT REVERSE SURE WAS HANDY SWITCHING BETWEEN THE FAR EAST AND SO AMERICA. GREAT CONTEST AS USUAL
AD1C/0SA LP ALLIt took me about three years to work DXCC on 10 meters from Colorado In the CQWW, I did it in one weekend!
AD6KASO HP ALLTen meters on Sunday was smoking hot, DX from every direction could be heard. It is very gratifying that Ten Meters is coming back. The new hams have a treat in store for them if they get off of VHF FM and into HF! It was so
AD7UPSO HP ALLThank you for another interesting contest. Band conditions are improving. Hope to be back next year
AG6ANSA LP ALLGreat contest, yielding some new entities and band entities! Sunspots were great, as were 10 and 15 meters
AH0BTM2High band was pritty good. Therefore, our score is increasing from last year. Please see http://www.youtube.com/AH0BT Thanks!!
AH6RRSA LP 40MI want to try to break the Oceania Record in this category. 40 meters was a tough band with 100 watts
AJ4IRM2Casual Contesting using a TS-940S and a FT-897. Barefoot power. Antennas were a Mosley TA-33 jr. and a homemade 40-80m folded dipole
AJ4ZUSO LP ALLAll contacts made using 100w
AK4DSO LP ALLMAXIMUM POWER OUTPUT WAS 50 WATTS
AK5DXSA HP ALL10 Meters and 15 Meters was a hole lot of FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I just beleive it was so good. Cell Phone: 214 707 3182
BA1SNSO LP ALLRig: FT1000, Ant: Inv V DP; Thanks all: nice contesters, amazing propagation on high bands,
BA4SDSA LP 10MTKS NICE CONTEST
BD1MWHSO LP ALL90W
BD4CDSA LP ALL100W
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