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2004 CTDXCC CQ World Wide DX Phone Operations

Call  Station   Op(s)   Category       QSOs    Zones   Countries   Score
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NZ5A    NZ5A    NZ5A    SOAB QP         331      71     144      178,020
N5AW    N5AW    N5AW    SOAB LP        1126     135     382    1,604,251
NA4M    NA4M    NA4M    SOAB HP         565      81     203      447,584
AB5K    AB5K    AB5K    SOAB HP A       697      99     301      777,200
NX5M    NX5M    NX5M    SOSB HP A 20    464      38     138      219,296
K5NA    K5NA    many    M/S HP         2712     170     604    5,231,466

K5NA ops: (K5NA, K5DU, KI5DR, N5ZC, K6NR, KG5U)

"It's the first time I've operated pretty much full bore in a phone contest. Typically, I operate almost 100% CW. It was the most I have ever scored in a major contest as a QRP entrant, I think, except perhaps in the 1985 contest, where I placed in the Top Ten SOAB world-wide." - NZ5A

"I had not planed on operating this contest, but I started out checking out antennas late Saturday night and the bands were in such good shape, I worked a few hours Saturday and then put in most of the day on Sunday. It was nice to see 10 meters open." - AB5K

"Who would have thought 10 meters would have been this good at this point on the down side of the current sunspot cycle?" - NA4M

What a great contesting weekend. Conditions were so good that Susan K5DU and I both operated more than we expected to. We had the usual core team of Scott KI5DR and Rich N5ZC over, and Dana K6NR flew in from California to give us a hand. On Sunday morning, Dale KG5U was a welcome sight, arriving to help us finish out the contest. For the most part, this operating team has been together many times now, and we have a very smooth operating relationship with each other. The running to Europe and Japan certainly exceeded our expectation. The general conditions for a contesting weekend were just superb. The station worked with no major failures and the software (WriteLog) worked well, showing some nice improvements from last year." - K5NA

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