2017 ARRL DX CW Contest: Post Scores Here
W1XX

Call:  W1XX (W1XX Op)

Class:  SOSB/40

Op Time (hrs): 11

40M:  570 QSOs;  82 Countries; Score = 139,728

Club:  CTRI Contest Group

Comments:  Holy Moly!  He’s B A C K ! !   Rick, KI1G.  6.8M points ! !  Congrats ! !  so far top score SO All Band.  See 3830scores DOT com. Hold on to your hats, folks…more contests coming up.  Next weekend CQ 160 SSB…followed by ARRL DX Phone the following weekend.  Warm up (or locate) your mycrofonie.  GL ! — John, W1XX

 

2017 WPX RTTY from K3IU
k3iu

2017 - CQ WW RTTY WPX 

Call: K3IU
Operator(s): K3IU
Station: K3IU

Class: SOAB HP
QTH: RI
Operating Time (hrs): 4.8

Summary:
 Band  QSOs
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   80:   16
   40:   32
   20:   67
   15:   38
   10:    0
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Total:  153  Prefixes = 123  Total Score = 45,756

Intermittent chair time here but did manage almost 5 hours. Made a few Qs on all bands except 10.

CQ CW 160 Contest Results
W1XX

Call: W1XX

Class:  Single Op HP

Time (hrs):  21.7

QSOs = 907  State/Prov = 56  Countries = 50  Score= 323,830

Club:  CTRI Contest Group

Comments:  This is a really fun contest.  The really top contestants have some pretty elaborate stations especially antenna-wise.  But you can have a lot of fun with far less. Sunspots — or the lack thereof — are just now coming into favor for the low bands.  For us in New England, it’s all about working Europe.  First night was not so good, but the 2nd night produced long runs of EU responding to my CQ.  Plus you need to work as many of the states and provinces. The “RI” multiplier is always a boon…took me several hours to work before Ed, W1HI called in.  Only other one was W1OP.  The phone version of this contest comes up the last weekend of the month…so I encourage anyone to give it a shot.  Antenna?  Use whatever you got.  Anyone else posting a score under “comments?”