EX/HB9DUR Bishkek final report and stats

Thanks to my host, EX8MAT George, I was able to enjoy also this year more than 2000 QSO on shortwave in my preferred mode SSB by using his station.

  • Here you can check if you are in the log
  • Here the spots on the DX Summit

I have published some statistics using the SH5 program and would like to summarize below the activity with some tables and pictures.

Top 10 DXCC

Top 10 DXCC

 

continents

Continents worked

beam heading

Beam Heading

 

I operate approximatively 21.5 hours in  3 days, collecting 2080 QSO, so achieving an average rate of 100/ hr and a max of 190/hr and max 4 QSO/min. I am quite happy with it considering not being in contest.FullSizeRender

Hourly QSO numbers

I am considering returning in the country for further activity also in new modes and bands as I want to support the HAM community in EX .

Thank you for those contacted me and the QSL policy is ruled on my qrz.com page. Any comment is appreciated.

 

 

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About Andrea HB9DUR

I love ham radio contesting

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