- It seems that 160M DX station entries in LOTW are scarce as hen's
teeth. The hit rate here is less than half if that for the other HF
73 de Brian/K3KO
- On Nov 21, 2006, at 2:28 PM, Robert Chudek - KØRC wrote:
> The interesting part of his story is the ARRL asked him if theyI have confirmations from WB0O from November 2001 for SS CW and
> could upload his submitted SS and DX contest logs, which he gave
> permission. I will make an inquiry to the LoTW Desk to see if this
> was every done. I am speculating it has not been done yet or I
> would have my ND confirmations with WBØO that I am investigating.
Phone. Out of all the dozens of contacts I've had with Bill, that's
the only two that are confirmed.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: aa4lr@...
Quote: "Not within a thousand years will man ever fly!"
-- Wilbur Wright, 1901
- This topic rose in the DX-QSL net once. The consensus was, the band's
habitat is rather small (antennae restrictions, etc) and virtually every
participant is rather unique, therefore:
1. $$$ collectors want to maintain their harvest on paper cards
2. DXCC Challenge 2000 up'ers don't want competition to reach their own
Pitty but it might be true.
Vladimir VE3IAE aka EU1SA
> It seems that 160M DX station entries in LOTW are scarce as hen's
> teeth. The hit rate here is less than half if that for the other HF
> Wonder why?
> 73 de Brian/K3KO
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