Posts Tagged ‘CQ World Wide RTTY WPX’
3830 Claimed Scores | 2010 CQ World Wide RTTY WPX | International Low Power
- CT1ILT | 1697 Qs | 6012 Pts | 716 Prfxs | 29h52m | 4,304,592 Points [WWYC].
- VA2UP | 1700 Qs | 6077 Pts | 708 Prfxs | 4,302,516 Points [Contest Group du Que].
- PJ2T (W8AV) | 1443 Qs | 5951 Points | 576 Prfxs | 30hrs | 3,427,776 Points.
n = 40 scores submitted in this division.
Bam! World Wide Young Contesters struck like Jedi after the Death Star. Ionospheric force is strong with CT1ILT who logged most prefixes in the game. Mission accomplished for the WWYC who garnered, yet, another banner position.
3830 Claimed Scores | 2010 CQ World Wide RTTY WPX | USA Low Power
- WE4M (N2QT) | 1690 Qs | 4988 Pts | 683 Prfxs | 30hrs | 3,406,804 Points [PVRC].
- K9NR | 1317 Qs | 4028 Pts | 602 Prfxs | 30hrs | 2,424,856 Points [SMC].
- N9CK | 1139 Qs | 2957 Pts | 565 Prfxs | 23hrs | 1,670,705 Points [SMC].
n = 55 scores submitted in this division.
Maximum effort rewards maximum score equals 3830 Top Three position prior to log adjudication. Two of three operated single operator 2 radio (SO2R) for this event.
One radio called CQ while the other chased multipliers. I recommend downloading an SO2R mp3 at K5ZD while he operated the 2008 North American Sprint CW. The exercise is worth its value in learning about this distinctive RadioSport style.
73 from the shackadelic on the beach.