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2003 CTDXCC CQ World Wide WPX Contest, CW

Call    Station  Ops     Category     QSOs   Mults     Score
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N5AW    N5AW     N5AW   SOAB LP        658    371     575,421
NT5C    N3BB     N3BB   SOAB HP       2577    771   4,505,724
KT5I    K5PI     K5PI   SOAB HP       2304    737   3,752,067
NX5M    NX5M     UA0OFF SOSB HP 15    1388    602   1,571,220
NO5W    K5NZ     many   M/S           3018    902   6,221,094

(NO5W ops: NO5W, N1LN, KG5U, K5GA, K5NZ)

"I wasn't as rested as I wanted to be -- I was yawning the first evening. Maybe there's something to the N3BB Maxim on how WPX CW and Dayton don't mix. There were a few times when I got punchy and tried to run on one band with the amp set on another, or discovered I'd forgotten to change back from the SE antenna, but there were also some really great times 'in the zone', really working both radios very effectively. I know the SO2R hot shots can work both rigs even in a very high rate period, but there were probably two to three hours in all when I focused on just one rig, either because I was getting multiple callers to each CQ, or I was straining on 40 meters to hear weak signals." - K5PI

"This was not a serious effort. It was a good opportunity to try out the Icom IC-756 Pro II I borrowed from Trent K5TWJ (I liked it!) Conditions were generally better than expected. I even worked five Europeans on 10 meters." - N5AW

"Thanks to NO5W, N1LN, KG5U, and K5GA for a super effort and taking up my slack, as I had to compete in a motocross event on Sunday. After returning from my race Sunday afternoon, KG5U thought it very interesting that I knew how I finished and also had my plaque under my arm from the event the same day!" - K5NZ

"The bands were pretty good, and no real surprises." - N3BB

"Yes, the cycle is going into the gutter!" - UA0OFF (@ NX5M)

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