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2009 CTDXCC CQ World Wide WPX Contest, Phone

Call     Station  Ops     Category     QSOs   Mults      Score
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N5AW     N5AW     N5AW    SOAB LP       370    267     257,655
NU5DE    NU5DE    N5KF    SOAB LP       206    161      64,883
NR5M     NR5M     NR5M    SOAB HP      3690   1008   6,756,624
K5TR     K5TR     K5TR    SOAB HP      3326    871   4,766,112
WM5R     K5NA     WM5R    SOAB HP      3124    870   4,447,440
K5NZ     K5NZ     K5NZ    SOAB HP A     500    309     254,616
NQ5K     NQ5K     W5ASP   SOSB 15 A     220    174      92,925
NX5M     NX5M     many    M/S          3781   1051   7,337,031

NX5M ops: NX5M, KU5B, N5XJ, KJ5T

"One serious phone contest (ARRL DX) is my yearly quota, so I just had a little fun in this one. Conditions were not great, but 10 meters showed a little life, as did 15 meters. QRN made 80 meters too noisy to bother with Friday night but I managed to work a little DX there on Saturday evening. 40 meters was pretty decent both evenings, with some huge signals from Europe - YT8A sounded like a local." - N5AW

"The first two hours of the contest were, I think, the first back-to-back hours with more than 200 QSOs/hour that I have had in any contest. I've only come close to that in the ARRL 10 Meter Contest before. This was also my first contest, as a single operator, with more than 3000 QSOs in the log." - WM5R (@ K5NA)

"This contest was mostly fun - I was not very rested and I do not think I did do a very good job with the second radio but given that often there was only really one band open at a time I am not sure being more rested would have helped. No real equipment issues I did find out in first hour that one of my radios was not working well - so at the start of the 3rd hour of the contest I swapped it out with another radio." - K5TR

"Part time effort from club station in McDade." - N5KF (@ NU5DE)

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