CQ 160-Meter Contest, CW @HB9CA

Call: HB9CA
Operator(s): HB9CAT, HB9DUR
Station: HB9CA

Class: Multi-Op HP
QTH: Letzi
Operating Time (hrs): 19

Total: QSOs = 836 State/Prov = 15 Countries = 62 Total Score = 340,263



Unscheduled, relax-style operations first time we participate.
Dipole performing well on TX, the 8 beverages help a lot in RX.
Despite the band being completely packed, fairplay was very good with basically
no QRG disputes.


About Andrea HB9DUR

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