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2005 CTDXCC CQ World Wide WPX Contest, CW

Call    Station  Ops     Category     QSOs   Mults     Score
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KG5U    KG5U     KG5U   SOAB QP        810    424    700,872
NU5F    K5YA     K5YA   SOAB HP       2406    776  4,683,160
K2UR    K5NA     K2UR   SOSB/40 HP     751    423  1,002,510
NN5AA   K5NA     K5NA   SOSB/10 HP     520    261    187,137

"There was lots of QRN and thunderstorms to deal with this year in Central Texas." - K5NA (@ NN5AA)

"40 meters was a huge dissapointment. I depend on 40 meters to boost my score with double point QSOs. Strong early morning thunderstorms on both days caused many hours of station shutdown, especially during 40 meter prime time. I had to shut down Saturday morning, in the middle of the 40 meter JA run, after fighting the QRN from an approaching storm, when I was barely able to hear any but the the strongest of callers." - K5YA (@ NU5F)

"There was heavy QRN due to thunderstorms. I had to shut down at times when they got too close!" - K2UR (@ K5NA)

"Wow. On Friday night, 20 meters never closed. Even 10 meters was open Saturday and Sunday - not as much as I would have liked, but it was open to some areas and somewhat productive." - KG5U

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