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2005 CTDXCC Sweepstakes Phone Operations

Station  Op    Call   Category   QSOs   Mults  Score
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AD0K    AD0K    AD0K    SOLP       74    43      6,364
W5KFT   WM5R    W5KFT   SOHP     1765    80    282,400
W5VX    W5VX    W5VX    SOHP      562    75     84,300
KE5C/M  KE5C    KE5C/M  SOHP      100    48      9,600
K5NA    K5NA    many    MSHP     1575    80    252,000

K5NA ops: K5NA, K5DU, K5YA, W5YAA, KI5DR

"Last year Sharon didn't have a ham license but she tried operating in the contest and found she really liked it. This year she was back with a General class ticket (W5YAA) and a lot more experience. She did a terrific job operating. It was great fun to operate the SS phone and enjoy friends as well." - K5NA

"My wife drove the 150 miles back from Dallas to Temple after my business meetingended today so I could operate some. I set up on the spur of the moment, but did use TR Log on a laptop rather than try to write things down by hand. A headset and a footswitch would have really helped." - KE5C

"I worked every section more than once, and at least one station from each section called me. I love operating at the W5KFT ranch, although it's sometimes a real challenge to keep the contest spirit going when it's a gorgeous fall day and the sunshine is sparkling off the lake just outside your window!" - WM5R (@ W5KFT)

"I just got on to work friends. I decided to just play around until I found them or they found me. Five hours later, I have a sore throat!" - W5VX

"It was tough to break through the big guns with my 100 watts and low dipoles, but I appreciate the courtesy and patience of the operators who dug me out. I can't wait until next year with higher dipoles and beams on 40, 20, 15, and 10 meters!" - AD0K

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