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”
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”
Effective with the 2018 contest, there have been some modifications to the CQ WW rules developed and approved by the contest committee. In summary:Continue reading “2018 CQ WW Rules Updated”
It was previously announced by CQ that all results for the 2017 CQ World Wide DX Contest would be re-scored based on the return to the usual and accepted methodology for handling duplicate QSOs.
I’m pleased to report that the scores have now been updated and posted on-line on the CQ World Wide DX Contest Web site < http://www.cqww.com/scorescw.htm?yr=2017&mode=CW>.Continue reading “Revised CQWW 2017 CW Results Posted”