I participated in the ARRL RTTY Roundup / 2016-01-05

2016-01-05 I participated in the ARRL RTTY Roundup
Last weekend I noticed a contest going on, the ARRL RTTY Roundup and I decided to throw in my call and participate. As this was unprepared and unplanned I just had the updated contest macros to use and the attic antenna. So, my claimed results: 27 contacts with 17 different countries, 459 points. I entered in the 'Low power, non-assisted, single operator, 20 meter band' category.

Highest serial number I received was 1313(!) And this is a new year in the Veron afdelingscompetitie which I also updated with my score.

Update 2017-01-09: I checked for scores from time to time but not until a year later I noticed those were published by the ARRL in July 2016. I just never noticed them until the next ARRL RTTY roundup...

Call PD4KH class SOLP score 294 QSOs 24 after check, Multiplier 14, 24 QSOs on 20m.

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