I have not seen the skips/delays in CWX/Winkey emulation this contest but, as noted in a previous post, QSK seems to be the feature contributing to the problem. It really needs to be fixed.
Other than that... SSDR, CW Skimmer, DDUtils, N1MM+ along with the new KPA500/KAT500 setup seems to be doing a great job for a casual effort. I love how N1MM's band map works so well with CW Skimmer. I love how it all seems to act as one station and not individual components.
Question... in the contest I hear DX stations sending NN for power. Does that mean 99 Watts? I also hear NTT (100), K or KW (1000), 4TT (400) but I can't figure out NN. Any idea?
K9CT results, 3rd so far from 3830 reflector:
K9CT M/2 ARRL DX CW 2017
Call QSOs Mults Op Time Score Club
W2FU 5284 553 48 8,686,524 NCC
KP2M 6953 347 7,232,868 PVRC
K9CT 4315 532 48 6,838,860 SMC
W9SN 4238 511 48 6,476,925 TCG
K8AZ 3976 526 48 6,250,458 NCC
K2QMF 4086 496 40 6,079,968 OBONY
NØNI 3719 529 48 5,797,311 IaDXCC
EI7M 4940 276 4,082,040
W2CG 2737 465 38 3,806,955 FRC
VE3YAA 2861 435 3,655,305 CCO
I usually test out the software on Wednesdays during the CWTs.
A picture of the team is at www.k9ct.us
W2FU is a friend and we work together on GHE software. He builds and test and I test. We are always discussing contest strategy and station building. We have a 12 by 4 antenna switch and he wrote some software the provides an antenna lockout from station to station...pretty cool and it is available from GH for free to be used with his devices.
I am trying to convince Jeff to switch to Flex as he uses K3s now. Maybe once the amplifiers are available we can get him to move.
73, Craig K9CT