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2010 CTDXCC ARRL RTTY Roundup Operations

Station  Op     Call  Category   QSOs   St/Pv   Cnty    Score
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K5PI    K5PI    K5PI    SOLP      235     46     15    14,335
K5DU    K5DU    K5DU    SOHP     1759     59     10   188,213
AA5VU   AA5VU   AA5VU   SOHP      435     50     19    30,015
N8NOE   N8NOE   N8NOE   SOHP      173     38     24     9,861
NR5M    many    NR5M    M/S      1948     59     74   258,818

NR5M ops: K5GA, K5NZ, K5WW, W0MM, KZ5KG, NR5M

"This contest is lots of fun. I worked all states and many provinces but not as much DX as I had hoped. There are many great operators who work RTTY, but I do not understand why some ... operators ... send ... so ... many ... dots .... My station worked well: WriteLog, MMTTY, Elecraft K3, Tokyo Hi-Power amp, microKEYER II, and many monobanders." - K5DU

"I used fldigi-3.13BL on an Apple Intel iMac interfaced via SignaLink USB to a Kenwood TS-570S. I missed Delaware, Iowa, North Dakota, and a few Canadian provinces. It was a fun contest and the new alpha version of fldigi by W1HKJ worked perfectly. My score was not as good as previous years due to less time in the chair." - AA5VU

"First time in a RTTY contest for me. All I can say is that it will NOT be the last (hopefully!). Thanks to Mike K5NZ, and Bill K5GA for taking the lead in bringing the rest of us up the learning curve. With four hours over 100 QSOs/hour and 14 hours over 80 QSOs/hour, there was plenty of rate. Lots of fun!" - NR5M

"I had some fun while I could run. But I had some real trouble on 20 meters. It seems some strange RF issue is killing my weather station and USB adapters in the shack. I'd never had trouble with 20 meters in the past, so I had to just stop. I did work some members of the club, and that is always a good thing. I got K5DU and AA5VU on all the bands I worked. Thanks all for the fun!" - N8NOE

"Just a few hours from home." - K5PI

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