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2000 IARU HF World Championship

                                                        Multipliers
Call    Station  Op      Category   CW QSOs  SSB QSOs   HQs   Zones       Score
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NA4M    NA4M     NA4M     SOHP MIX     149      580        130          319,020
K5TR    W5KFT    K5TR     SOHP SSB             2243     80     136    1,721,520
K5NZ    K5NZ     many     M/S         1120      888        200        1,543,200
N5XU    N5XU     many     M/S           89      162     25      35       59,580

(K5NZ ops: W5BAK, K5GA, K5NZ)
(N5XU ops: WM5R, net)

"I made 483 band changes and 250+ second radio QSOs. It is too bad that there is so little activity on 40 meter and 80 meter SSB in this contest - it really slows down the hunting on the second radio when you can not find anyone new to work. The HQ stations were very loud on 40 meters but very few 'normal' guys were on that band." - K5TR

"I had a lot of fun chasing the World Radiosport Team Championship 2000 contestants on 20 meters and 15 meters. I worked enough of the WRTC stations to get a prize T-shirt from the WRTC sponsors. I also dabbled in the CQ World Wide VHF Contest that same weekend." - WM5R (@ N5XU)

"A fun contest during the middle of a hot Texas summer." - NA4M

"Conditions made this very enjoyable, even using tribanders! We went to 10 meters for the last five minutes and caught a LP opening to Japan for some nice closing multiplierss. I agree with others that allowing M/S stations to work multipliers without a 10 minute rule would make this more fun for the M/S guys." - K5NZ

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