This was not a serious effort run. Just testing N1MM+ and fooling around on the bands. I did record the QSOs so you might want to have listen at the sound files at: LB1GB CQ WW CW 2015 Audio
CQ Worldwide DX Contest, CW
Class: SOAB(A) HP
Operating Time (hrs):
Band QSOs Zones Countries
160: 4 3 4
80: 57 12 29
40: 152 21 59
20: 360 24 60
15: 404 28 77
10: 55 17 42
Total: 1032 105 271 Total Score = 840,736
Club: LA Contest Club
Just browsing the band giving out points. Enjoyed a couple of pile ups as well.
Congrats to all!
73 Bjørn LB1GB
Olaf LB8IB will sign LI8W in this years CQ WPX CW. Please give him a call.
LJ8IB worked Single Op All Bands High Power from The Whisky Team station last weekends ARRL SSB contest.
Edit: Here is the 3830 listing.
LB1GB will sign LI8W in this years ARRL DX CW.
Ended up signing LI8W single band 40M and LJ1GB single band 10, both high power.
LB8IB will activate LN8W in this years SAC SSB. He is also a part of the Norwegian NTC team. More info on NTC at www.sactest.net.
You can also follow the NTC scoring live at http://cqcontest.ru/teamscore.jsp
See you in the contest!
LB1GB will activate LN8W in this years SAC CW. Hope to see you there!
I was LB1GB in EUHFC CW only. Used the contest to prepare Writelog and MK2R+ for this years SO2R season. We have dropped Win-Test as it doesn’t fully support all our activities. Better to use one software for all activities. Less hassle!
Had great fun during the contest. Hope to see you all next year.
Congratz to LY1BX for giving me year 38!!! Continue reading
A recording of 3830 after CQ WW CW 2011 – The big Multi Multi stations in the US exchange score numbers after the contest.
3830 after CQ WW CW 2011
Audio from LN8W’s ARRL DX CW Contest 2012 is now open. Log due date was March 20.
See Contest Audio in top menu.
Bjorn, LB1GB is signing LN8W in the CQ WPX SSB contest.
Contest period: 0000 UTC 24 March – 2359 UTC 25 March 2012
“There were two notable rule changes for 2012. The first is a definition of where power is measured. “Power is measured at the final output connector of the transmitter.” The second is to remove the 275Km distance limitation from the club competition.” Continue reading