Doug, KR2Q, did some quick analysis of the logging software used by entrants in the 2018 CQ WW SSB Contest. This information is taken from the CREATED-BY field in the Cabrillo log. The table shows the top 40 by count.Continue reading “Popular Logging Programs for CQ WW SSB 2018”
CQ WW Contest Committee member CT1BOH has set-up a public.tableau account with the 7 million skimmer RBN spots during 2017 CQWW CW Contest.Continue reading “Skimmer Analysis for CQ WW CW 2017”
If you look back in the blog archive ( http://cqww.com/blog/self-spotting/ ), you will see that Self Spotting was previously discussed in November, 2015. When rules are cited in the Blog, it is for a real reason, not just for casual reading. Back then, Randy, K5ZD warned of impending DQs for self-spotting. It is clear that we need to revisit this rule. Please visit Randy’s blog post (link shown above) to see the RULE.Continue reading “CQWW 2016 SSB – Self-spotting and Entrant Audio Recordings”
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.