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2002 CTDXCC CQ World Wide DX Operations

CQWW Phone        Category          QSOs    Zones   Countries   Score
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N5AW              SO AB LP          1192     134     402    1,746,824
W5GAI             SO AB LP           392         293          318,696
WQ5C              SO AB LP           209      43      99       83,922
N5XJ (@ NX5M)     SO SB LP 10        692      32     129      292,537
K5NZ              SO AB HP A         289      94     277      288,638
NX5M              SO SB HP 20 A      400      32     125      168,960
K5NA              M2 AB HP          3017     167     575    5,481,896
W5KFT             M2 AB HP          3028     142     432    3,982,986

K5NA ops: (K5NA, K5DU, KI5DR, K2UR, N5ZC, KD5SQF)
W5KFT ops: (K5PI, KT5I, NA4M, WW5X, YO6OBH)

"I had a guy tell me that I was going to have to QSY because a net was going to be starting in about 15 minutes....I'm serious. Geez!!! Another guy sent me an email telling me that I interfered with a net on 14300 kHz. Wow! I missed a double-mult by not working JW5E for a new country and a new zone on 14349.2 kHz USB." - NX5M

"We had a great team at the ranch for CQWW SSB. NA4M brought some great experience and his inimitable Round Rock charm. Kevin KT5I and Bill WW5X are both great ops getting back into the swing of things after a few years of limited activity. Stephan YO6OBH, who was on his first trip abroad and faced with a new radio, new software, and 23 HF antennas jumped into the heat of battle and showed he's ready for the big time." - K5PI (@ W5KFT)

"Considering this was my first contest since 1987, and a mother-in-law handicap, I'm pleased with the results. It shouldn't be too difficult to top this score next year." - WQ5C

"Conditions not as good as last year but ten meters still gave a pretty good show on Sunday. Score down about 10% from last year at W5KFT - not bad considering the difference in antennas." - N5AW

"I was able to get on for nine hours on 10/15/20, and ended with a nice one - 5U7JK on 14.340 MHz at 23:59:50 UTC." - W5GAI

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