Effective with the 2020 contest, there have been some modifications to the CQ WW rules that have been developed and approved by the WW contest committee. In summary:Continue reading “2020 CQ WW Rules Updated”
CQ WW Committee member Doug Zwiebel, KR2Q, has dived into the logs to analyze which logging software packages were used by entrants in the CQ WW SSB Contest 2019. This information is taken from the CREATED-BY field in the Cabrillo log.
The CQ WW Contest club competition allows club members to combine their scores from both modes to generate a total score from all members. It is a fun side competition that helps promote more activity in the contest.
There has always been some question about how the club scores were calculated. Many clubs want to see how their members contributed to the total.Continue reading “New Club Scores Page”
One of the things we do as part of the log checking for CQ WW is download the FCC license data on Sunday evening of the contest. We then use this info to check for QSOs with non-existant callsigns. Steve, N8BJQ, used this data to calculate the license class for USA entrants in the 2018 contests.Continue reading “FCC License Class of USA Entrants in CQ WW 2018”