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JW8AJA LoTW statistics


Posted: March 13th, 2009 under Hamradio, LoTW.

Since I did the statistics for my LA8AJA call, I might as well do one for my JW8AJA log. That log does contain around 5000 qso’es from my 2 trips to JW in 2002 and 2006. Click the picture to see the LoTW DXCC stats.   Year  #Qso’es  #Confirmed  % 2002  3652  708  19,39% 2006  1521 […]


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LoTW Statistics for LA8AJA


Posted: March 10th, 2009 under Hamradio, LoTW.

The idea behind this post came from our national amateurradio magazine. A member of LA2AB (clubstation) had checked out all their confirmations through LoTW and written up an article showing the confirmations through the years. I thought I would do the same. Here are my stats, updated March 09 2009: Year # QSO’es # Confirmed % 1995 […]


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J5UAP and K5D on RTTY, ET3JA on 30M


Posted: February 25th, 2009 under Contesting, DX, Hamradio, LoTW, RTTY, Soundclips.

I Worked 2 new ones on RTTY. On Friday, I got J5UAP on 40M RTTY and on Saturday I got K5D on 30M RTTY. That brings my RTTY total to 179. J5UAP was also new on 40M (#229). I worked about 50 QSO’es in the ARRL contest this weekend, which gave me 2 new states on 40M. I worked […]


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3D2 on 40M and 30M, K5D on 40M and 30M CW


Posted: February 18th, 2009 under DX, Dxpedition, Hamradio, LoTW, RTTY, Soundclips.

Here is an update of the last weeks activity. I worked 150 qso’es during the weekend in RTTY WPX. That resulted in 3 new ones, #177 total, working HI3TEJ, NP3U and YN2S. On Thursday, I got 3D2NB on 40M CW (#227), on Friday I got 3D2OU on 30M  (#238) and on Saturday K5D on 40M […]


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H44, FW and VQ9 on 40M, A7 on 80M and lots on 160M


Posted: February 3rd, 2009 under DX, Hamradio, LoTW, Soundclips.

This will be a summary for the last weeks. Not much radio lately except the 160M CQWW Contest. January 13th I worked TS7C on 30M CW. January 18th I worked H44MS on 40M SSB for a new one on 40M (#224). He was quite easy to work, because he showed up above 7100KHz. Last weekend […]


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