2006 CTDXCC CQ World Wide WPX Contest, Phone
Call Station Ops Category QSOs Mults Score

K5NZ K5NZ K5NZ SOAB LP A 247 197 105,789
WM5R K5TR WM5R SOSB/15 HP 1225 598 1,631,344
NU5F K5YA many M/S HP 1763 719 2,515,308
NX5M NX5M many M/M HP 5386 1057 10,031,987
NU5F ops: K5YA, W5YAA
NX5M ops: NX5M, N5XJ, N5DUW, AB5K, KG5U, N1LN, K5GN, W5ZL,
KC5YKX, W5MN, KK5LO, KS5V, NT5TU, W5SB, K3TD, KR5W,
K5ETX, N5NMX

"This was the first 48hour HF contest I can remember operating in which
I made more QSOs in the second 24 hours of the contest than I did in the
first 24 hours of the contest. It is also the first world wide HF contest
that I have worked in which I get points for USA stations, but I actually
worked more DX stations than USA stations!"  WM5R (@ K5TR)
"We operated the same number of hours as last year, and boosted our score
by a million points, with 500 more QSOs this year. We took it pretty easy,
with only 27 hours on the air. Next year we are going to get serious, and
see if we can operate close to 48 hours."  K5YA (@ NU5F)
"We improved over 2004 on the low bands by a wide margin. 160 meter totals
this year were quadruple the 2004 numbers. 80 meters and 40 meter were
double. Was this because of the low part of the solar cycle that we are
in? Perhaps so. The addition of a new 40 meter antenna system, only completed
three weeks ago, did pay dividends. 20 meters was about what we expected,
and 15 meters was about right where I thought it would be. 10 meters...
well, I had hoped for 300 QSOs there, but we came up a little short."  NX5M
