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HOW ABOUT POSTING YOUR CONTEST RESULTS?

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  • km9r.mike
    km9r.mike Member ✭✭
    edited July 2015

    Not a major contest but very competitive. This was my first full time rtty effort for this contest. Rig 6300, MMTTY, N1MM+, remote tuner and antenna was 130' random wire at 35'. I was able to place 4th in the nation.


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  • vectorizer
    vectorizer Member ✭✭
    edited August 2015
    I used the K9DUR program, because I thought it was going to be easier than N1MM. However, the K9DUR program is a CPU hog, taking an entire core all the time it's running. Maybe not a big deal if you're at home, but it was killing the battery in my laptop (I operate rover/mobile). N1MM is worth the learning curve, both because it doesn't hog the CPU and because it's integrated so I was able to record WAV files for RoverQTH and have my recorded CQ insert the grid or county I was currently in.

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