What do you think guys? :) 

Call: HA7GN

Operator(s): HA7GN

Station: HA7GN

Class: SOAB(A)Mixed HP

QTH: Matraszentimre

Operating Time (hrs): 8

Location: Eastern Europe

Radios: SO2R   Remote operation

Summary:   Compare Scores

Band

CW Qs

Ph Qs

Zones

HQ Mults

160:

       

80:

       

40:

207

 

11

12

20:

424

25

20

19

15:

144

 

8

7

10:

       

Total:

775

25

39

38

Total Score

218,680

 

Club: [none]

Comments:     [email]     2017-07-11 06:52:13

Casual remote operation while babysitting.. Needless to mention ITU zone exchange is much easier to copy when dual CQing on two bands compared to serial numbers in a WPX contest.

Call: HA7GN

Operator(s): HA7GN

Station: HA7GN

Class: SO(A)AB HP

QTH: Matraszentimre

Operating Time (hrs): 21

Location: Eastern Europe

Radios: SO2R   Remote operation

Summary:   Compare Scores

Band

QSOs

160:

0

80:

225

40:

528

20:

570

15:

104

10:

0

Total:

1427

Prefixes

656

Total Score

2,170,704

 

Club: [none]

Comments:     [email]     2017-06-01 01:30:16

It became a part time effort due to a painful dental surgery a few days before the contest. I have not even completed the station setup on the hill and the operation was limited to 4 bands with fixed antennas to North America. I operated during the evenings only to utilize NA propagation. It was the first time I tested K3 SO2R remote setup for alternate CQ-ing on two bands. The station was working OK. Compared to an ARRL DX and a low power category contest it was much different, all those serial numbers made me crazy when got out of pace. I have a long way to master this.. was considering to send in the log as a checklog only, but I need the LCR to see the real performance. 73, Gabor HA7GN