2020 CQ WW RTTY Contest K5ZD

                    CQ Worldwide DX Contest, RTTY - 2020

Call: K5ZD
Operator(s): K5ZD
Station: K5ZD

Class: SOAB HP
QTH: W1
Operating Time (hrs): 18.6
Radios: SO2R

Summary:
 Band  QSOs  State/Prov  DX   Zones
------------------------------------
   80:  226       39      31    10
   40:  403       45      47    16
   20:  847       47      68    24
   15:   74       10      21    13
   10:    6        2       4     4
------------------------------------
Total: 1556      143     171    67  Total Score = 1,317,879

Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club

Comments:

Always a fun contest and a great test of the station in advance of the Fall contest season.

I spent the first two hours of the contest working on the log submission page at cqwwrtty.com. Should have done it weeks earlier, but didn’t get to it.

Thought the bands were ok the first night. Band was very slow to open in the morning. The VK signals on 40M after sunrise were amazingly good.

20m was a bit slow, but once opened it produced a nice rate. Didn’t have many opportunities this weekend to run on two bands since 15m never really opened.
Just a few states via some e-skip and then a few Eu when the band opened Sat afternoon.

Have some back pain that keeps me from doing long stints in the chair. Would operate a bit and then go out to enjoy a beautiful Fall day. Didn’t operate much at all on Saturday evening.

Good run on 20m again Sunday morning, but not much else. Packed it in to watch Formula One and then some football.

WriteLog worked great as always. Used 2Tone for decoding. I was having trouble printing some signals when I remembered I could set up a second clone decoder.
Used the Writelog built in decoder and it often copied things 2Tone could not (and vice versa). Having a second decoder is a great tool.

The live scoreboard at https://contestonlinescore.com/ keeps things interesting. Fun to watch AA3B just crush the multipliers. And to race against other stations with scores around mine.

We now know what CQ WW will look like in Covid days. There will be lots of QSOs, but no expeditions so a low multiplier. I missed several states including VT, ND, and MT. Even though there were two big operations from ME, I didn’t find them until Sunday afternoon. A consequence of all of us calling CQ all the time on 20m.

Even though the bands seemed OK because of the activity, I did not work a JA and only a few Russians. Most QSOs were from southern Eu and USA.

See everyone in the next one!

Rates

QSO/Zn+Dx+St by hour and band

Hour    80M     40M     20M     15M     10M    Total     Cumm    OffTime

0000Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0       0/0      60
0100Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0       0/0      60
0200Z   1/2      -     15/20     -       -     16/22     16/22  
0300Z  69/40   10/18     -       -       -     79/58     95/80  
0400Z  53/18   75/32     -       -       -    128/50    223/130 
0500Z  29/6    33/7      -       -       -     62/13    285/143    26
0600Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     285/143    60
0700Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     285/143    60
0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     285/143    60
0900Z  18/5     4/4      -       -       -     22/9     307/152    38
1000Z  31/8    21/8      -       -       -     52/16    359/168 
1100Z    -     48/9    19/16     -       -     67/25    426/193 
1200Z    -     11/0    79/22     -       -     90/22    516/215     6
1300Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     516/215    60
1400Z    -      1/0    82/17   18/22     -    101/39    617/254     5
1500Z    -       -     64/12   19/11    1/3    84/26    701/280 
1600Z  --+--   --+--   76/8    11/7    --+--   87/15    788/295 
1700Z    -       -      3/0      -       -      3/0     791/295    58
1800Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     791/295    60
1900Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     791/295    60
2000Z    -       -      8/0      -       -      8/0     799/295    53
2100Z    -     37/10   29/5      -       -     66/15    865/310 
2200Z  13/1    58/6    10/3      -       -     81/10    946/320     4
2300Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     946/320    60
0000Z   3/0    15/3    23/5    --+--   --+--   41/8     987/328    27
0100Z    -     35/6    42/4      -       -     77/10   1064/338     2
0200Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1064/338    60
0300Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1064/338    60
0400Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1064/338    60
0500Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1064/338    60
0600Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1064/338    60
0700Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1064/338    60
0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0    1064/338    60
0900Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1064/338    60
1000Z    -      8/0     5/1      -       -     13/1    1077/339    44
1100Z   9/0    27/2    31/1      -       -     67/3    1144/342 
1200Z    -     13/3    92/2      -       -    105/5    1249/347 
1300Z    -       -     89/4     4/1      -     93/5    1342/352 
1400Z    -       -     79/4     3/1      -     82/5    1424/357 
1500Z    -       -      7/0      -       -      7/0    1431/357    55
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0    1431/357    60
1700Z    -       -      3/0     3/0     1/1     7/1    1438/358    50
1800Z    -       -     72/9     4/1     4/6    80/16   1518/374 
1900Z    -      7/0    19/6    12/1      -     38/7    1556/381 
2000Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1556/381    60
2100Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1556/381    60
2200Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1556/381    60
2300Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1556/381    60

Total: 226/80 403/108 847/139  74/44    6/10

2020 WW Digi DX Contest K5ZD

World Wide Digi DX Contest - 2020
Call: K5ZD
Operator(s): K5ZD
Station: K5ZD

Class: SOAB HP
QTH: W1
Operating Time (hrs): 16.2
Radios: SO2R

Summary:
Band    QSOs    Mults
160:     43       13
80:     136       28
40:     251       39
20:     386       56
15:      41       14
10:       0        0
Total:  857      150    Total Score = 262,350

Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club

Comments:

An interesting learning experience.  I now know that the most important trait of a successful digi contester is patience!  Whether it is waiting for 3 retries to complete a QSO or wishing you could change the protocol to work all 5 callers that were copied at one time — there is simply no way to make things go faster…

20m was almost too good.  So much QRM it was hard to make QSOs at times and very hard to work the deep Asia paths.  The Digi contest does a great thing by suggesting use of different channels to spread activity out.  Might be better with 3 Khz rather than 2 Khz so you know which channel a station is actually using.

Band conditions on 15m were poor.  Only South America and few (very few) e-skip QSOs.  Never even listened on 10m.

40 was open to Europe even at 2pm here in Boston, but could not make a QSO until almost 4pm.

80m was busy, but not many Eu in the log.  Same for 160.  Got tired and slept 4 hours.

Best hours were early when running FT4 on 2 bands.  In the end, FT8 was the more reliable and productive mode.  Slower, but seemed to have less failures to complete contacts.

I decided to run power because I wanted to chase DX QSOs. It definitely helped make more contacts on the low bands and on 20m when it was crowded.

The combination of WriteLog and DigiRite was fantastic.  Did the first 8.5 hours of the contest at full tilt.  Was transmitting almost 100% of the time by alternating odd/even cycles on two bands. Good test of the two amplifiers.

Was fun chasing AA3B and LZ8E on the scoreboard.

Thanks to everyone for creating so much activity in just the second year of this contest.  Some of the DX contacts were amazing.  It was fun!

Station:

Station:
K3 + AL-1200
K3 + AL-1500
Writelog/DigiRite + MK2R+
160: Shunt fed tower, elevated 1/4-wave GP
80: 4 square, dipole @ 80'
40: 40-2CD @ 110'
20: 205CA @ 100'/50'
15: 155CA @ 66'/33'
10: 6-ele @ 90'
South: TH7DXX @ 40'

Rates:

QSO/Mul by hour and band

Hour   160M     80M     40M     20M     15M     10M    Total     Cumm    Off

1200Z    -       -     39/9    39/11     -       -     78/20     78/20  
1300Z    -       -     37/0    48/7      -       -     85/7     163/27  
1400Z    -       -     13/1    33/7     1/1      -     47/9     210/36  
1500Z    -       -       -     35/11   17/5      -     52/16    262/52  
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   31/6     1/0    --+--   32/6     294/58  
1700Z    -       -       -     32/1    10/3      -     42/4     336/62  
1800Z    -       -       -     39/1     5/2      -     44/3     380/65  
1900Z    -       -     22/4    34/2      -       -     56/6     436/71  
2000Z    -       -      6/2    17/1     4/1      -     27/4     463/75     28
2100Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0     463/75     60
2200Z    -       -     25/7    28/1     3/2      -     56/10    519/85      5
2300Z    -       -     28/1    30/4      -       -     58/5     577/90      3
0000Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     577/90     60
0100Z    -     21/5    15/0      -       -       -     36/5     613/95     34
0200Z  23/10   33/13    2/0      -       -       -     58/23    671/118 
0300Z  15/3    19/4      -      4/1      -       -     38/8     709/126 
0400Z    -     30/4    26/7      -       -       -     56/11    765/137 
0500Z   5/0    23/1    13/2      -       -       -     41/3     806/140 
0600Z    -      2/0     9/3      -       -       -     11/3     817/143    41
0700Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0     817/143    60
0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     817/143    60
0900Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0     817/143    60
1000Z    -       -      1/1      -       -       -      1/1     818/144    59
1100Z    -      8/1    15/2    16/3      -       -     39/6     857/150 

Total: 43/13  136/28  251/39  386/56   41/14    0/0

2020 WAE DX Contest CW K5ZD

Call: K5ZD
Operator(s): K5ZD
Station: K5ZD

Class: Single Op HP
QTH: W1
Operating Time (hrs): 17
Radios: SO2R

Summary:  
Band QSOs QTCs Mults
80: 130 0 144
40: 316 410 114
20: 599 745 94
15: 218 110 80
10: 8 0 16
Total: 1271 1265 448 Total Score 1,135,680

Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club

I think this is my best WAE score ever.

15m had a good opening early on Sat morning. Then 10m opened early on Sunday morning. That helped the multiplier total.

Low bands were very good Friday night. Must have been noisier in Eu on Sat night (their Sun morning) as they didn’t seem to hear as well. I decided to give up and sleep.

Thanks for all the QSOs and QTCs!

QSO/DXCC by hour and band

 Hour      80M     40M     20M     15M     10M    Total     Cumm    OffTime

D1-0000Z  --+--   91/66   14/20   --+--   --+--  105/86    105/86  
D1-0100Z  42/84    4/6     6/8      -       -     52/98    157/184 
D1-0200Z  44/36   33/24     -       -       -     77/60    234/244 
D1-0300Z   8/8    58/6      -       -       -     66/14    300/258 
D1-0400Z  15/0    31/6    11/10     -       -     57/16    357/274     5
D1-0500Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     357/274    60
D1-0600Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     357/274    60
D1-0700Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     357/274    60
D1-0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     357/274    60
D1-0900Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     357/274    60
D1-1000Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     357/274    60
D1-1100Z    -       -    116/34     -       -    116/34    473/308    14
D1-1200Z    -       -     51/8    44/36     -     95/44    568/352 
D1-1300Z    -       -     15/0    20/6      -     35/6     603/358    40
D1-1400Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     603/358    60
D1-1500Z    -       -      4/0      -       -      4/0     607/358    17
D1-1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     607/358    60
D1-1700Z    -       -     19/0     4/4      -     23/4     630/362    40
D1-1800Z    -       -      7/2     4/2      -     11/4     641/366    43
D1-1900Z    -       -     19/0      -       -     19/0     660/366    60
D1-2000Z    -       -     90/6      -       -     90/6     750/372 
D1-2100Z    -       -     27/0      -       -     27/0     777/372    30
D1-2200Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     777/372    60
D1-2300Z   2/8    41/3    17/0      -       -     60/11    837/383     9
D2-0000Z   8/4     4/0    --+--   --+--   --+--   12/4     849/387    33
D2-0100Z   5/4     3/0      -       -       -      8/4     857/391    60
D2-0200Z   5/0     6/0      -       -       -     11/0     868/391    43
D2-0300Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     868/391    60
D2-0400Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     868/391    60
D2-0500Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     868/391    60
D2-0600Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     868/391    60
D2-0700Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     868/391    60
D2-0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     868/391    60
D2-0900Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     868/391    60
D2-1000Z    -       -     27/0      -       -     27/0     895/391    40
D2-1100Z    -       -     64/0      -       -     64/0     959/391 
D2-1200Z    -       -      6/0    83/24    7/14   96/38   1055/429 
D2-1300Z    -       -      8/2    52/6     1/2    61/10   1116/439 
D2-1400Z    -       -     22/2    10/2      -     32/4    1148/443    21
D2-1500Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1148/443    60
D2-1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0    1148/443    60
D2-1700Z    -       -      4/0      -       -      4/0    1152/443    57
D2-1800Z    -       -     41/2     1/0      -     42/2    1194/445 
D2-1900Z    -       -     12/0      -       -     12/0    1206/445    43
D2-2000Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1206/445    60
D2-2100Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1206/445    60
D2-2200Z    -     32/3    19/0      -       -     51/3    1257/448     6
D2-2300Z   1/0    13/0      -       -       -     14/0    1271/448 

Total:   130/144 316/114 599/94  218/80    8/16 

Best 60 minutes: 144 QSOs

Stations worked on 5 bands: 9A3XV, DP6A, EI7M, ES5RR, LX7I, IR6T, J42L

Most worked countries:

           80M    40M    20M    15M    10M   Total

    DL      53     94    189     89      1     426
    UA       5     22     41      6             74
    UR       4     23     29      7             63
    SP       8     15     32      2             57
     I       4     13     21     15      1      54
    PA       1      7     27      7             42
    OK       1     14     23      3             41

2020 IARU HF World Championship K5ZD

       IARU HF World Championship - 2020
Call: K5ZD
Operator(s): K5ZD
Station: K5ZD

Class: SOABMixed HP
QTH: W1
Operating Time (hrs): 22.5
Radios: SO2R

Summary:
Band   CW Qs  Ph Qs Zones HQ Mults
160:      62     1    9     9
80:      200    31   17    25
40:      624    47   24    30
20:      914   543   32    38
15:      457    98   18    25
10:      139    19    9    18
Total:  2396   739  109   145 Total Score = 2,713,990

Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club

Interesting. Fun to see 10m open to Europe. Amazing rates for all the daylight hours.

Nothing broke except the op.  Got too slow at 3am so took an hour nap.

Congrats to WA1Z at KC1XX.  He just had too much station horsepower and skills for me to keep up!

Rates:

-------------- Q S O   R a t e   S u m m a r y ---------------------
Hour     160     80     40     20     15     10    Rate Total    Pct
--------------------------------------------------------------------
1200       0      0     60     69      0      0    129    129    4.1
1300       0      0      0      5     91     72    168    297    9.5
1400       0      0      0      2    139     19    160    457   14.6
1500       0      0      0     75     68      0    143    600   19.1
1600       0      0      0     29     85     27    141    741   23.6
1700       0      0      0     89     48      4    141    882   28.1
1800       0      0      0    104     50      0    154   1036   33.0
1900       0      0      0    142      3      0    145   1181   37.7
2000       0      0      0    189      4      0    193   1374   43.8
2100       1      1      1     59     29     35    126   1500   47.8
2200       0      0      0    152     29      1    182   1682   53.7
2300       0      0     92     57      1      0    150   1832   58.4
0000       0     40    119      9      0      0    168   2000   63.8
0100      12     13     21     78      0      0    124   2124   67.8
0200      10     91     11     14      0      0    126   2250   71.8
0300      16     19     31     28      0      0     94   2344   74.8
0400       4      9    115      2      0      0    130   2474   78.9
0500       2      2    106      7      0      0    117   2591   82.6
0600       0     46     43      0      0      0     89   2680   85.5
0700       6      0     43      4      0      0     53   2733   87.2
0800       0      0      0      0      0      0      0   2733   87.2
0900      12     10     21     70      0      0    113   2846   90.8
1000       0      0      8    154      0      0    162   3008   95.9
1100       0      0      0    119      8      0    127   3135  100.0
------------------------------------------------------
Total     63    231    671   1457    555    158   3135

The best 60 minute rate was 194/hour from 1959 to 2058

The following stations were worked on 6 bands: DA0HQ K1ZZ OP0HQ GR2HQ TM0HQ

2020 CQ WPX SSB Contest AK1W (K5ZD)

Call: AK1W
Operator(s): K5ZD
Station: K5ZD
Class: SOAB HP
Class Overlay: Classic
QTH: W1
Operating Time (hrs): 31.7
Summary:
Band    QSOs
160:      24
 80:     484
 40:     876
 20:    2423
 15:     164
 10:       5
Total:  3976  Prefixes = 1247  Total Score = 12,412,638
Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club

Comments:

This was the Corona virus self isolation contest.  People around the world had no sports to watch, places to go, or partners to take on dates. Activity on the bands was very good. At the same time, there were very few multi-ops. That was a small help in alleviating the crowding on 40 and 20 meters!

Fun contest. Well, except for the QRM.  And stations stacked on top of each other on 20 meters… 

I decided to enter the new “CLASSIC” overlay so only used one radio. WPX is mostly a rate contest so didn’t figure that would be much of a problem.

Took my first mental health break at 04z after a furious run on 40m when I actually got 7132. Then slept some. Came back for a few minutes and then decided to get some sleep.

Set the alarm early for Saturday morning. Got to 20m and it was a zoo. One advantage of being in New England is that we get access to Europe before the rest of the country so I was able to get a frequency. This morning I was just above the SSTV channel. It worked out very well with some big hours.

Took a few breaks when the rate was still good on Saturday.  Finally got serious on Sunday morning.

The low bands were great.  20 was pretty good, but only if you could get a frequency. 15m was a tease with a few loud signals but no volume.  10 was only open a few minutes.

20 meters turned out to be excellent on Saturday evening. It started with a very good JA opening and then was wide open across the USA. That produced some big rates and lots of new prefixes. I pushed through 0530z as I could see my score was doing ok on the scoreboard.

Set the alarm for early Sunday morning. It wasn’t as good as Saturday, but once I had carved out a spot, the stations (and new mults) kept coming. I started the morning more than a million points behind some of the stations I had been chasing on the board. By the end of the 20m run, I had caught and passed some of them. At this point, I was head down trying to make as much score as possible. Only took one break on Sunday to eat and clear my head.

Rates continued to the end of the contest. 20 meters kept producing more new prefixes. Then when I went to 40m, it was rocking as well. Couldn’t get a spot below 7200 so was happy to run W/VE and get more prefixes. Spent the last 20 minutes tuning 40 and 75 just to see what was out there.

Was a thrill to give out QSO #4001 at the end of the contest.  I know I am going to look back and regret not operating more on Saturday!

I dedicate this contest to contestonlinescore.com.  If not for the scoreboard, I would have quit several times.

I did record the full contest and will try to post to my web site after the log deadline.

Thanks to everyone who joined in the fun!

Rates:

QSO/Pref by hour and band

Hour   160M     80M     40M     20M     15M     10M    Total     Cumm    Off

0000Z  --+--   60/51   --+--   49/43   --+--   --+--  109/94    109/94  
0100Z    -     12/9   166/116    -       -       -    178/125   287/219 
0200Z    -       -    176/95     -       -       -    176/95    463/314 
0300Z  15/6    33/12  100/44     -       -       -    148/62    611/376 
0400Z    -      3/2      -       -       -       -      3/2     614/378   58
0500Z    -    101/48     -       -       -       -    101/48    715/426    2
0600Z   2/0    29/11   36/18     -       -       -     67/29    782/455   16
0700Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0     782/455   60
0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     782/455   60
0900Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0     782/455   60
1000Z    -       -     15/5    61/34     -       -     76/39    858/494   20
1100Z    -       -       -    176/93     -       -    176/93   1034/587 
1200Z    -       -       -    182/77     -       -    182/77   1216/664 
1300Z    -       -       -    177/59     -       -    177/59   1393/723 
1400Z    -       -       -       -     53/16     -     53/16   1446/739   14
1500Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1446/739   60
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0    1446/739   60
1700Z    -       -       -     43/11   12/1      -     55/12   1501/751   18
1800Z    -       -       -    140/34     -       -    140/34   1641/785 
1900Z    -       -       -      2/1    12/6      -     14/7    1655/792   48
2000Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1655/792   60
2100Z    -       -       -       -     24/11    5/3    29/14   1684/806   36
2200Z    -       -     24/5    58/24    3/0      -     85/29   1769/835    3
2300Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1769/835   60
0000Z  --+--   --+--   90/21   45/12   --+--   --+--  135/33   1904/868    4
0100Z    -       -       -    153/40     -       -    153/40   2057/908 
0200Z    -     40/6    69/9     7/0      -       -    116/15   2173/923 
0300Z   1/0    96/21     -       -       -       -     97/21   2270/944 
0400Z   4/1    67/15     -       -       -       -     71/16   2341/960 
0500Z   2/0     6/1    27/4      -       -       -     35/5    2376/965   20
0600Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    2376/965   60
0700Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    2376/965   60
0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0    2376/965   60
0900Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    2376/965   60
1000Z    -     26/6    20/2      -       -       -     46/8    2422/973   21
1100Z    -       -     28/3   127/32     -       -    155/35   2577/1008
1200Z    -       -       -    130/31     -       -    130/31   2707/1039
1300Z    -       -       -    130/25     -       -    130/25   2837/1064
1400Z    -       -       -    124/35     -       -    124/35   2961/1099
1500Z    -       -       -    132/24     -       -    132/24   3093/1123
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   42/8    41/2    --+--   83/10   3176/1133
1700Z    -       -       -      6/1     1/1      -      7/2    3183/1135  60
1800Z    -       -       -    143/24     -       -    143/24   3326/1159
1900Z    -       -       -    129/11     -       -    129/11   3455/1170
2000Z    -       -       -    146/13     -       -    146/13   3601/1183
2100Z    -       -       -    167/27     -       -    167/27   3768/1210
2200Z    -       -     15/2    54/13   18/5      -     87/20   3855/1230
2300Z    -     11/1   110/16     -       -       -    121/17   3976/1247

Total: 24/7   484/183 876/340 2423/672 164/42    5/3  

Best 60 minutes: 206

Worked on 6 bands: none

Worked on 5 bands: NP2P

Most worked countries:

          160M    80M    40M    20M    15M    10M   Total

    DL       1     32     16    200      3            252
    EA             17     17     70     18            122
     F             14     10     87      6            117
     G              7      6    138                   151
     I             16     25    198     24            263
     K      11    254    587    738     20      1    1611
    VE       4     28     46     75      5            158

2020 Russian DX Contest K5ZD

Call: K5ZD
Operator(s): K5ZD
Class: SO Mixed HP
QTH: W1
Operating Time (hrs): 20
Radios: SO2R
Summary:
  Band  CW Qs  Ph Qs  Countries  Oblasts
  160:    53     0       20         2
   80:   326     0       52        22
   40:   493    38       65        15
   20:   721   143       81        50
   15:    29     2       17         0
   10:     2     0        2         0
Total:  1624   183      237        89  Total Score = 2,891,294

Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club

Comments:

After two days of great conditions leading up to the contest, it was not so good during the contest.

I did this contest for the WRTC qualifying points, and because I needed a distraction from the medical problems of the world.  Always fun to immerse in a contest and forget about reality.

I did something wrong on 40m to be so low on oblasts.

Low bands were very quiet here. I called a number of Russians on 160 and 80 that would just call CQ.  Not even a “?” in reply.

The 10m QSO in the middle of the night was a move of KC1XX from 160 to get the USA mult!

Z81C in South Sudan called me on 20 meters.  Said it was his first QSO with the new license!  With ham radio, you never know who will answer a CQ.

Very happy to work XV1X on 40m LP.  Could not get the attention of 9V1YC a few minutes later. 🙁

I think I was a bit burned out from big efforts in ARRL CW and SSB. Seemed to hit a wall around 0600 and decided to get some sleep. My competitors had 2 good hours after I stopped. Lesson learned!

Thanks to everyone for the QSOs!

Rates:

Hour   160m     80m     40m     20m     15m     10m    Total     Cumm   Off
1200Z    -       -     15/4   120/32     -       -    135/36    135/36   
1300Z    -       -      2/0   114/3     3/1      -    119/4     254/40   
1400Z    -       -       -     76/12    9/9      -     85/21    339/61   
1500Z    -       -       -    134/6     3/3      -    137/9     476/70   
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--  117/3     8/4    --+--  125/7     601/77   
1700Z    -       -       -     90/9     4/0      -     94/9     695/86   
1800Z    -       -       -     86/4     4/0      -     90/4     785/90    9
1900Z    -       -     19/5    22/3      -      1/1    42/9     827/99   12
2000Z    -       -     62/14   19/5      -       -     81/19    908/118  
2100Z    -       -     97/6    14/0      -       -    111/6    1019/124  
2200Z    -     21/15   33/14   11/1      -       -     65/30   1084/154  
2300Z    -     90/21    7/2      -       -       -     97/23   1181/177  
0000Z  10/6    24/3    66/3    --+--   --+--    1/1   101/13   1282/190  
0100Z    -     26/4    77/3      -       -       -    103/7    1385/197  
0200Z  24/11   12/1    40/5      -       -       -     76/17   1461/214  
0300Z  13/3    53/4    14/1      -       -       -     80/8    1541/222  
0400Z   6/0    38/2    43/0      -       -       -     87/2    1628/224  20
0500Z    -     47/1     5/1      -       -       -     52/2    1680/226  
0600Z    -      3/0    25/3      -       -       -     28/3    1708/229  30
0700Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1708/229  60
0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0    1708/229  60
0900Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1708/229  60
1000Z    -     11/1    23/4     1/0      -       -     35/5    1743/234   5
1100Z    -      1/0     3/0    60/3      -       -     64/3    1807/237  
Total: 53/20  326/52  531/65  864/81   31/17    2/2  

Russians worked

      160m    80m    40m    20m    15m    10m   Total 
UA       2     28     32    131                   193
UA2             1             3                     4
UA9             2      2     11                    15

2020 ARRL DX Contest SSB V47T (K5ZD)

                ARRL DX Contest, SSB - 2020
Call: V47T
Operator(s): K5ZD
Class: SOAB HP
QTH: DX
Operating Time (hrs): 41
 
Summary:
  Band   QSOs  Mults
  160:   261    44
   80:   926    59
   40:  1554    59
   20:  2035    60
   15:  2046    59
   10:     4     4
Total:  6826   285  Total Score = 5,836,230

Comments:

Thanks to N2NT for the use of the station.  Nothing better than being on a hill on an island!

A few notes as I reflect on the contest:

40m beam had failed.  Replacement was an Inverted vee with top at 50′. Didn’t have the same confidence without the beam, but based on the signal reports, I should have pushed the band harder.

Who knew there were so many hams in Delaware?! Or in Florida?  FL must have been the landing point of the first bounce from here because they were loud on every band.  And lots of them!

Power line noise sucks.  It started Sat morning and lasted through Sat afternoon.  Then the same on Sunday.  It was only in the direction of USA and impacted all antennas.  Combined with the rapid QSB, I spent a lot of time asking people to repeat their call and state.  Sorry if I was an alligator on 15 and 20 at times.

I had a bit of a mental breakdown on Sat due to the line noise. It was a full breakdown on Sun morning.  I decided to close up the station, drive 30 mins to my AirBnB, take a shower, then drive back.  Took 75 mins total.  But, when I returned I had my sanity again and was able to power through the line noise until it stopped just in time for 20m. (Getting up and down the hill is an adventure that requires all wheel drive and a road that does not permit speeding unless you want to break the suspension…)

In a bit of line noise frustration on Sat, I went to 10m and decided to call CQ.  K3LR answered my first CQ. He spotted me and I was able to work K8AZ, VE3EJ and K1TTT.  That was it for the band.  Impressed to be found on the very first CQ.

From the DX side, this contest reminded me of Sweepstakes.  There are limited mults.  It is all about running guys.  I think I called 3 people all weekend.

Only had one radio.  Every band change was a leap into the unknown. I had to stop whatever run was happening, go to the new band, retune the amp, find a new frequency, and then hope to be spotted.  This cycle took 5 to 10 minutes each time.  Worst was to change bands and then have to go back and not be able to find a spot.

Great to have 20m open for the first hour.  Got a fantastic start that dried up toward the end so ‘only’ a 299 hour.  Best 60 mins was 312.

Worked only 4 stations on 6 bands.  141 on 5 bands.

Slept 90 mins the first night.  3 hours the second.  Cost some QSOs, but was hoping to be fresh for the high bands.  No telling what the line noise would have done to me without the sleep!

Really struggled for mults on 160. Missed VE2 and everything in W0 except Colorado! How could that happen?!

Writelog software worked perfectly (as always).  Made a full recording of the contest in one hour mp3 files.  Might be a few hours that would be fun to listen to.

Thanks to everyone who called in.  Was a great experience.  Doing SOAB from the DX side in ARRL DX has been a bucket list item for me. Very entertaining. Congratulations to N6MJ @ TI7W for a commanding win and to W2SC @ 8P5A for putting me back in my place.

Randy

Rates:

Click on the Listen link to hear the audio for that hour. The transmit audio is a bit stronger than the received audio – sorry about that. Didn’t have a way to check audio levels before the contest. What you hear is what I was hearing in the headphones.

Hour    160M    80M     40M     20M     15M     10M   Total    Cumm      Off
0000Z  --+--   --+--   --+--  299/47   --+--   --+--  299/47   299/47           Listen
0100Z    -       -    208/41   58/3      -       -    266/44   565/91           Listen
0200Z    -    199/45   15/1      -       -       -    214/46   779/137          Listen
0300Z  63/23   64/6    48/4      -       -       -    175/33   954/170          Listen
0400Z   3/0      -    219/6      -       -       -    222/6   1176/176          Listen
0500Z  42/8   123/4      -       -       -       -    165/12  1341/188          Listen
0600Z  24/2    43/0    77/1      -       -       -    144/3   1485/191          Listen
0700Z   1/0    36/1    65/0      -       -       -    102/1   1587/192          Listen
0800Z   8/2     6/0    --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   14/2   1601/194    39    Listen
0900Z    -       -     18/1      -       -       -     18/1   1619/195    45    Listen
1000Z   3/1    39/0    37/0      -       -       -     79/1   1698/196          Listen
1100Z    -       -    126/2      -       -       -    126/2   1824/198          Listen
1200Z    -       -       -    138/1      -       -    138/1   1962/199          Listen
1300Z    -       -       -     46/1    69/23     -    115/24  2077/223          Listen
1400Z    -       -       -       -    197/14     -    197/14  2274/237          Listen
1500Z    -       -       -       -    296/14     -    296/14  2570/251          Listen
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--  271/1    --+--  271/1   2841/252          Listen
1700Z    -       -       -       -    203/0      -    203/0   3044/252          Listen
1800Z    -       -       -      5/0   173/0      -    178/0   3222/252          Listen
1900Z    -       -       -       -    137/0     4/4   141/4   3363/256          Listen
2000Z    -       -       -    188/2    62/0      -    250/2   3613/258          Listen
2100Z    -       -       -    217/4    54/1      -    271/5   3884/263          Listen
2200Z    -       -       -    236/1     7/0      -    243/1   4127/264          Listen
2300Z    -     26/0      -    150/0      -       -    176/0   4303/264          Listen
0000Z  --+--   13/0   181/1    --+--   --+--   --+--  194/1   4497/265          Listen
0100Z    -       -    182/0      -       -       -    182/0   4679/265          Listen
0200Z  34/2   115/1    42/0      -       -       -    191/3   4870/268          Listen
0300Z   1/0   129/1      -       -       -       -    130/1   5000/269          Listen
0400Z  40/4      -    115/0      -       -       -    155/4   5155/273          Listen
0500Z  34/2      -     70/0      -       -       -    104/2   5259/275          Listen
0600Z   4/0    31/1      -       -       -       -     35/1   5294/276    38    Listen
0700Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0   5294/276    60
0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0   5294/276    60
0900Z   1/0    19/0      -       -       -       -     20/0   5314/276    45    Listen
1000Z   1/0    41/0     4/0      -       -       -     46/0   5360/276          Listen
1100Z    -       -     58/2     1/0      -       -     59/2   5419/278          Listen
1200Z    -       -       -     41/0      -       -     41/0   5460/278          Listen
1300Z    -       -       -     27/0      -       -     27/0   5487/278    30    Listen
1400Z    -       -       -     73/0      -       -     73/0   5560/278     2    Listen
1500Z    -       -       -     44/0    25/0      -     69/0   5629/278     4    Listen
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0   5629/278    60
1700Z    -       -       -       -     97/2      -     97/2   5726/280    34    Listen
1800Z    -       -       -       -    171/1      -    171/1   5897/281          Listen
1900Z    -       -       -      2/1   164/0      -    166/1   6063/282          Listen
2000Z    -       -       -    106/0   120/3      -    226/3   6289/285          Listen
2100Z    -       -       -    192/0      -       -    192/0   6481/285          Listen
2200Z    -       -       -    172/0      -       -    172/0   6653/285          Listen
2300Z   2/0    42/0    89/0    40/0      -       -    173/0   6826/285          Listen
Total: 261/44  926/59 1554/59 2035/60 2046/59    4/4

Setting Up WriteLog to Send K3DVR Messages

For several years I tried using the sound card in my station PC to handle voice keying. No matter how much I messed with it, I could never make it sound great. The audio would be too hot or too quiet. I did a contest at P40L where the voice keying was done using the Elecraft K3 built-in DVR module. It sounded great so I added the DVR to both of my K3 radios.

WriteLog has the ability to send commands to the radio. The commands can be triggered from the keyboard. It is not difficult to do, but it is not obvious and I wanted to have a record if (when) I need to do it again.

The first step is to tell WriteLog what radio commands to send. You do this by editing the writelog.ini file and adding a section Elecraft_K3_commands.

[Elecraft_K3_commands]
Macro_10=SWT21;
Macro_11=SWT31;
Macro_12=SWT35;
Macro_13=SWT39;
Macro_14=SWT37;SWT21;
Macro_15=SWT37;SWT31;
Macro_16=SWT37;SWT35;
Macro_17=SWT37;SWT39;

The K3 has a bunch of commands to do things like clear the RIT, go split, etc. See the Elecraft K3 programmer manual for explanation.

The next step is to connect the radio commands above to the messages. You replace the normal <msg#.wav> file with the link to the radio command. That uses %GK and the macro number. See below for how it looks in the SSB memory dialog.

If you want to program your DVR messages on the fly, you can add the Shifted SSB memories as well. Or you can just use the buttons on the front of K3 to do message programming since it is not something that you typically need to do often.

The memories are stored with the log so you will need to set them up for each new contest. Once you have it working for one phone contest, you can copy them in by using the Browse button on the memory setting dialog and select a .wl log file that is already set up.

That’s it, you’re done! Pressing the F1 function key will play macro 14, which is message M1 on my K3.

The best thing about this is that your audio through the DVR will always play with the same settings as the audio from your microphone.

Sending Commands with Keyboard Shortcuts

The example above is for using the internal K3 DVR to send voice messages. It is also possible to configure keyboard shortcuts to send other commands to the radio. For example, I set up a macro to command the rig to set VFO A = VFO B, then move VFO B up 1 Khz, then go into split mode.

As before, the first step is to add the K3 commands to the writelog.ini file. Here are some examples:

Macro_20=FR0;RC;XT0;LN0;SB0;BW0040;  
Macro_21=SWT13;SWT13;FT1;UPB4;XT0;  
Macro_22=SWT13;SWT13;FT1;UPB6;RT0;XT0;  
Macro_23=FR0;RT0;XT0;LN0;SW000;  

Notes:

  • SWT13 is a switch-emulation command that has the same effect as tapping A>B .
  • FT1 enters split mode.
  • The number 5 in UPB4 is not a value in kHz, but an index into the table of step sizes (in this case 1 kHz). VFO displacement, n: 0=1 Hz; 1 or not used=10 Hz; 2=20 Hz; 3=50 Hz; 4=1 kHz; 5=2 kHz; 6=3 kHz; 7=5 kHz; 8=100 Hz; 9=200 Hz.
  • RT0 and XT0 turn off RIT and XIT.

The next step is to use the keyboard shortcuts dialog to define which key will trigger which macro. In the example below, I have set the Ctrl+DASH key combo to send macro 21 to the K3.

The K3 programmer’s reference manuals are available online at https://elecraft.com/pages/programmers-reference-manuals

2020 ARRL DX Contest CW K5ZD

                ARRL DX Contest, CW - 2020
Call: K5ZD
Class: SO Unlimited HP
Operating Time (hrs): 38.3
Radios: SO2R
Summary:
  Band   QSOs  Mults
   160:   277    68
    80:   690    89
    40:  1106   103
    20:  1831   115
    15:   194    74
    10:    18    15
 Total:  4116   464  Total Score = 5,729,472

Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club
 
Station:
 K3 + AL-1200
 K3 + AL-1500
 Writelog + MK2R+
 160: Shunt fed tower, elevated 1/4-wave GP
  80: 4 square, dipole @ 80'
  40: 40-2CD @ 110'
  20: 205CA @ 100'/50'
  15: 155CA @ 66'/33'
  10: 6-ele @ 90'
 South: TH7DXX @ 40'

A few notes:

Rates the first 18 hours or so were fantastic. Especially going down to 80 meters in the first hour and getting answers.

It felt like we ran out of people to work on the second day. No matter how good the low bands (and they were really good), this contest needs the easy QSOs on 10 and 15. Maybe again some day!

Amazing runs on 160. There were times Sat night when the band hiss on 80 and 160 sounded like 10m. No QRN at all.

Very nice JA opening on 20m Sat evening. I actually got answers to my CQs!

I had planned a semi-serious effort to go for WRTC qualifying points. Decided before the contest I would sleep both nights. First night went according to plan, but didn’t expect 20 to open so early. It was already rocking when I got there. I had planned to sleep Sat evening when the Europeans were sleeping. That worked out well, but I could see on the scoreboard that AA3B gained 150+ QSOs during that time. I made it my mission on Sunday morning to try to close the gap.

I had also planned to sleep Sun morning at 09z. About that time I came down with some kind food poisoning. Had to take a number of unplanned breaks for that. Thought about quitting many times… Thanks to the incredibly close scoreboard competition with AA3B (we were trading places every hour or so) I was motivated to keep pushing. At the finish we are too close to call.

10m was completely empty on Saturday. Was surprised to see spots on Sunday morning. It must have been e-skip because propagation was very spotlight. 8P5A and VP2MSS were in all the time. Everyone else was nil until their 5 minutes of propagation appeared.

DX contests are funny. I can run guys like crazy and then when I tune around a call people, I am always getting beat out and have to stand my turn in line. DXers are loud!

Fun contest. Thanks to everyone around the world who spent their weekend chasing W/VE stations. You make the contest fun.

By Continent:

      160M    80M    40M    20M    15M    10M   Total      % 
EU     237    611    983   1550    108      0    3489    84.8 
SA       6     18     24     47     37     10     142     3.4 
AF       6     10     15     16      8      0      55     1.3 
AS       1     10     19    152      3      0     185     4.5 
NA      25     36     41     51     34      8     195     4.7 
OC       2      5     24     14      4      0      49     1.2

Breakdown:

QSO/DX by hour and band
  Hour   160M     80M     40M     20M     15M     10M    Total  Cumulative  Off
0000Z  --+--   91/31   60/31    1/1    --+--   --+--  152/63   152/63 
0100Z    -     80/7    46/15     -       -       -    126/22   278/85 
0200Z  74/28   38/18     -       -       -       -    112/46   390/131
0300Z  43/17   19/4    54/3      -       -       -    116/24   506/155
0400Z    -     14/4    93/14     -       -       -    107/18   613/173
0500Z  50/12   62/7     2/2      -       -       -    114/21   727/194
0600Z  17/5    72/4    23/8      -       -       -    112/17   839/211
0700Z   6/2    14/3   114/8      -       -       -    134/13   973/224
0800Z  --+--    2/0    18/2    --+--   --+--   --+--   20/2    993/226   45
0900Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    993/226   60
1000Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0    993/226   60
1100Z    -      2/1      -    121/33     -       -    123/34  1116/260   24
1200Z    -       -       -    212/11     -       -    212/11  1328/271
1300Z    -       -       -    196/5    11/9      -    207/14  1535/285
1400Z    -       -       -    141/6    36/19     -    177/25  1712/310
1500Z    -       -       -     70/25   34/9      -    104/34  1816/344
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--  103/9     6/2    --+--  109/11  1925/355
1700Z    -       -       -     63/4     4/2      -     67/6   1992/361   20
1800Z    -       -       -     78/4     8/4      -     86/8   2078/369
1900Z    -       -      8/1    35/4    22/12     -     65/17  2143/386
2000Z    -       -    113/2     4/0     2/0      -    119/2   2262/388
2100Z    -       -     51/0    43/3     4/3      -     98/6   2360/394
2200Z    -       -     10/9    59/1      -       -     69/10  2429/404
2300Z    -      6/0    74/1    25/1      -       -    105/2   2534/406
0000Z  --+--   62/1    25/0    --+--   --+--   --+--   87/1   2621/407
0100Z   6/1     6/1     1/1      -       -       -     13/3   2634/410   50
0200Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0   2634/410   60
0300Z    -       -       -       -       -       -      0/0   2634/410   60
0400Z   4/0    75/3     8/1      -       -       -     87/4   2721/414   20
0500Z  66/3    28/0      -       -       -       -     94/3   2815/417
0600Z   7/0    69/2    14/0      -       -       -     90/2   2905/419
0700Z    -      4/0   101/1      -       -       -    105/1   3010/420
0800Z  --+--    2/0   101/0    --+--   --+--   --+--  103/0   3113/420    
0900Z    -      1/1    18/1      -       -       -     19/2   3132/422   45
1000Z    -       -      2/1     9/0      -       -     11/1   3143/423   60
1100Z    -       -      3/0    52/1      -       -     55/1   3198/424   28
1200Z    -       -       -    125/1     1/1      -    126/2   3324/426
1300Z    -       -       -    136/2     1/0      -    137/2   3461/428
1400Z    -       -       -    101/0    26/6      -    127/6   3588/434
1500Z    -       -       -     67/1    15/2     2/2    84/5   3672/439
1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   73/1     3/1     4/4    80/6   3752/445
1700Z    -       -       -     59/0     4/0     6/5    69/5   3821/450    5
1800Z    -       -       -      1/0      -      5/4     6/4   3827/454   48
1900Z    -       -     20/0    12/1    10/2     1/0    43/3   3870/457     
2000Z    -       -     11/0     9/0     7/2      -     27/2   3897/459   15
2100Z    -       -     53/0    11/1      -       -     64/1   3961/460    5
2200Z    -       -     66/2    18/0      -       -     84/2   4045/462
2300Z   4/0    43/2    17/0     7/0      -       -     71/2   4116/464
Totals: 277/68 690/89 1106/103 1831/115 194/74   18/15 

Most worked countries:

       160M    80M    40M    20M    15M    10M   Total 
DL      32     98    165    264     19            578 
I        9     32     90    131      8            270 
UA      15     43     41    151      1            251  
G        7     28     59     99     10            203 
UR      14     37     50     81      -            182 
SP      12     37     58     63      1            171 
OK      16     35     46     67      2            166  
F        4     26     43     63      7            143 
EA       9     18     49     54      8            138 
HA      10     24     45     49      6            134 
PA       8     14     38     68      3            131 
SM      13     23     25     47      1            109 
JA       -      1      3    102      -            106 
S5       9     18     29     36      8            100

Best 60 minutes: 218 QSOs 15-Feb-2020 11:28-12:28 UTC

Worked on 6 bands (thanks to 10m opening):
8P5A KP3DX P40L P44W PJ2T PJ4A TO4A V26M V47T VP2MSS VP5K

Worked on 5 bands: 71

2020 CQ WPX RTTY Contest AK1W

                CQ WPX RTTY Contest - 2020
Call: AK1W
Operator(s): K5ZD
Station: K5ZD
Class: SOAB HP
QTH: W1
Operating Time (hrs): 20.3
Radios: SO2R
 
  Band   QSOs
   80:   423
   40:   595
   20:   726
   15:    38
   10:     0
Total:  1782  Prefixes = 777  Total Score = 3,982,125

Club: Yankee Clipper Contest Club

Comments:

Always fun.  Love all the multipliers.

Started strong and was almost keeping up with AA3B.  Then remembered that ARRL CW is next weekend so didn’t want to get burned out.  Still operated a lot, but also got some sleep.

Didn’t hear a JA until Sunday evening.

15m did open to Europe… for a few minutes.  9A1A was loud.

Station:

K3+AL-1200
K3+AL-1500

80m: 4 square, dipole
40m: 40-2CD @110′
20m: 205CA @100/50′
15m: 5-ele @66/33′
10m: didn’t matter

By Continent:

       80M    40M    20M    15M    10M   Total      % 
NA     280    442    264     23      0    1009    56.6 
EU     141    131    423      5      0     700    39.3 
AF       1      3      4      0      0       8     0.4 
AS       0      2     12      0      0      14     0.8 
SA       1      9     17      9      0      36     2.0 
OC       0      8      6      1      0      15     0.8

Rates:

QSO/Pref by hour and band
Hour       80M     40M     20M     15M     10M    Total     Cumm    OffTime
D1-0000Z  35/31   64/56   --+--   --+--   --+--   99/87     99/87  
D1-0100Z  59/43   63/41     -       -       -    122/84    221/171 
D1-0200Z  14/9    33/17     -       -       -     47/26    268/197    35
D1-0300Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     268/197    60
D1-0400Z  35/20   22/15     -       -       -     57/35    325/232    27
D1-0500Z  58/24   38/23     -       -       -     96/47    421/279 
D1-0600Z  36/18   32/17     -       -       -     68/35    489/314 
D1-0700Z  41/22   33/9      -       -       -     74/31    563/345 
D1-0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     563/345    60
D1-0900Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     563/345    60
D1-1000Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     563/345    60
D1-1100Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     563/345    60
D1-1200Z   4/1    38/12   71/45     -       -    113/58    676/403     4
D1-1300Z    -     48/10   78/36     -       -    126/46    802/449 
D1-1400Z    -     32/12   81/25     -       -    113/37    915/486 
D1-1500Z    -       -      3/2      -       -      3/2     918/488    57
D1-1600Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0     918/488    60
D1-1700Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     918/488    60
D1-1800Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0     918/488    60
D1-1900Z    -       -     13/4      -       -     13/4     931/492    37
D1-2000Z    -     11/4    66/15   15/6      -     92/25   1023/517 
D1-2100Z    -      3/0    25/8     2/1      -     30/9    1053/526    39
D1-2200Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1053/526    60
D1-2300Z    -      7/2    10/5      -       -     17/7    1070/533    45
D2-0000Z  27/9    46/16   --+--   --+--   --+--   73/25   1143/558 
D2-0100Z  59/15   25/6      -       -       -     84/21   1227/579 
D2-0200Z   9/2     1/0      -       -       -     10/2    1237/581    52
D2-0300Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1237/581    60
D2-0400Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1237/581    60
D2-0500Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1237/581    60
D2-0600Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1237/581    60
D2-0700Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1237/581    60
D2-0800Z  --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--   --+--    0/0    1237/581    60
D2-0900Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1237/581    60
D2-1000Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1237/581    60
D2-1100Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1237/581    60
D2-1200Z  10/2    25/5    27/12     -       -     62/19   1299/600    17
D2-1300Z    -     28/6    70/27     -       -     98/33   1397/633 
D2-1400Z    -      3/0    73/40     -       -     76/40   1473/673 
D2-1500Z    -       -     62/29    3/0      -     65/29   1538/702 
D2-1600Z  --+--   --+--   15/5     3/1    --+--   18/6    1556/708    44
D2-1700Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1556/708    60
D2-1800Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1556/708    60
D2-1900Z    -       -     51/12   15/3      -     66/15   1622/723    10
D2-2000Z    -      7/5    26/12     -       -     33/17   1655/740    30
D2-2100Z    -       -       -       -       -      0/0    1655/740    60
D2-2200Z    -     11/1    46/14     -       -     57/15   1712/755    12
D2-2300Z  36/5    25/9     9/8      -       -     70/22   1782/777 
Total:   423/201 595/266 726/299  38/11    0/0
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