Russ according to the rules, all HSCW contacts count towards the CGA.
The mode of propagation must be meteor scatter. Any High Speed Meteor
Scatter method employed is acceptable.
(Common methods are FSK441, JT6M, HSCW, etc.)
One thing nice about the award, only a log submittal is required, no need to
have all the qsl cards!
I was curious, were your water grids K9KNW or W1LP? I knew K9KNW traveled to
many land grids like coast to coast hihi...
I only have a handful of HSCW contacts, a few weeks after purchasing the
software WSJT was introduced. HSCW was fun but seemed more complicated than
WSJT to me with separating the left / right audio and having to wear the
headphones ... I didn't make enough contacts to become proficient and now
the software seems not to work with Windows XP?
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> Subject: RE: [wsjtgroup] Century Grid Award ... W9RVG ...
> Congrats to Marshall for 100 grids via HSMS on six meters. Good job.
> I did not read about this award, and I'm not much into awards anyway, but
> like to keep track of what my totals are. So I counted up my grids via
> on 2 meters, and it totals at just 102. But quite a few of those grids
> made on HSCW, before WSJT was invented. A lot of them were from Joe,
> with all the water grids he gave out back in those days - all via HSCW.
> 73, Russ K2TXB
> > Congratulations to W9RVG, Marshall in EM57, who has earned
> > the WSJTGROUP Century Grid Award (CGA) for 100 grids worked
> > via HSMS on six meters. The date of his 100th contact was
> > January 7 of this year. This date earned is also posted on
> > the CGA Standings.
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