LOW BAND MULTIPLIERS:
80M Country Multipliers, Total: 54
4O 4U1V 5B 9A 9H CN CT CT3 DL
EA EA6 EA8 EI ES EU F G GM GU
GW HA HB HB0 I IT9 K LA LY LZ
OE OH OH0 OK OM ON OZ PA PJ2 S5
SM SP SV SV9 TK UA UA2 UA9 UR VE
YL YO YU Z3
80M Zones: 10
2 5 9 14 15 16 17 18 20 33
40M Country Multipliers, Total: 60*
4O 4U1V 4X 5B 9A 9H A4 CN CT3 DL
E7 EA EA6 EA8 EA9 EI ES EU F G
GM GW HA HB I IG9 IT9 JA K KP2
LA LY LZ OE OH OH0 OK OM ON OZ
P4 PA PJ2 PJ4 S5 SM SP SV SV9 TK
UA UA2 UA9 UN UR VE YL YO YU Z3
40M Zones: 13
3 4 5 8 9 14 15 16 17 20 21 25 33
*I also worked Asiatic Russia, but coppied the call sign wrong, so the multiplier was not counted. :-(
I ran Search & Pounce (S&P) the entire contest.
Due to the crowded bands, I ran most of the contest with the receiver's bandwidth set to just 30 Hz.
There was no ringing, DSP artifacts or audio distortion of the CW signal at this narrow bandwidth. AND THERE WAS NO QRM!
The ALT-512 interfaced to my computer through a single USB cable.
Its built-in Sound Card elimnates the need for audio cables between the radio and the computer.
After defining the Radio as a "Kenwood TS-2000" in the Win-Test logging software, the radio was immediately recognized and all features functioned just fine:
So basically it was Plug-n-Play. "Piece of Cake!"
Rick - DJ0IP