the post contest information, we are glad to share
with you some analyses made by W5GN Barry regarding
the non WRTC2006 participants.
is the report elaborated by our friend Barry
I processed the 46 cabrillo log files and have tabulated the ranking of the non-WRTC
participants who made the most QSOs with WRTC stations, and tabulated the number of
unique QSOs in the WRTC stations logs.
There were 84,754 QSOs logged by the 46 WRTC stations, but 1361 QSOs were duplicates
(i.e., only 1.6% of total were dupes), leaving 83,393 non-duplicate QSOs
logged. Note that these are the counts of QSOs logged, so they include any contacts thatwere subsequently removed during the "UBN" cross-validation process.
There were a total of 6270 different callsigns in the 46 WRTC logs, but as has been
well documented, there were 2579 instances of a single callsign across all of the
WRTC stations logs; subtracting those "uniques" leaves a total of 3691 stations
that made two or more contacts, which is a more accurate estimate of how many
non-participants made an effort to contact WRTC participants.
The two tables, below, rank all stations with 10 or more logged QSOs, and show
the clear disparity in the number of uniques for several WRTC participants,
and by all indications, thru no fault of the WRTC
Ranking of all 1678 stations with 10 or more QSOs logged by WRTC Stations
Note: These counts are only the non-duplicate QSOs logged by the 46 WRTC stations.
They are not the validated, cross-checked QSO counts that were used for the
awards for the non-WRTC participants.
Aug 16: Original listing, CW-only
stations, had a non-zero QSOph count.