Call: N6ML
Operator(s):  
Station: N6ML

Added: 31/Jan/2011
Contest: CQ 160-METER CONTEST, CW
Class: SINGLE OP ASSISTED HP
QTH: Oakley, CA
Operating time: 27

Summary: 
Total:  QSOs = 1021  State/Prov = 59  Countries = 37  
Total Score = 331,200 Club: Soapbox: K3, AL-1200, wire 4-square,
beverages One(!) more QSO
(pre-log-check) than last year (but I
didn't run over the allotted 30 hours
this time), but way down on mults.
Apart from CS2C, EU didn't become
workable until late on the second
evening, no "real" AF (only EF8M) and
AS/OC was sparse too. Worked all
states except ND in the first few
hours. Had to wait 'til the morning
for ND, and several more called me the
second evening. DX worked: AF: EA8
AS: 9M2, HL, JA, JT, UA9, XU EU: CT,
CU, DL, EA, EA6, EU, F, G, GD, ON, OZ,
PA NA: C6, CO, FM, HI, KL7, KP2, KP4,
V3, VP9, XE OC: DU, FO, KH6, VK SA:
CE, HC, P4, PJ2 Most exotic call was
4F9HXB. I was sure I'd busted that
one, but it looks legitimate, and I'd
seem him spotted on other bands.
Clicked on a spot for KH2L, heard his
CQ, and tried calling, but then he
vanished. I know condx weren't so
great because I only got spotted by
one EU that I couldn't tell was
calling - sorry, GW3YDX... some day
I'll be able to hear you! Thanks as
always to N6RO for use of the
station...