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Our personal goal was to top 20K QSOs during our trip.  We were just short of that goal by roughly 500.  I am still compiling the data, and will post it as soon as I can.  

Asia led Europe by 300 QSOs.  It's noteworthy to mention that collectively the team spent far less time working Asia than other regions. This is a testament to the Asian Hams operational skill and discipline.  As a whole JA Op's individually were very patient when other regions, or other operators were called.  

North American Operators were also very patient while we work other regions.  NA hams stacked on the frequency where we were working and timed their call.  At times individual team operators were able to work over 200 NA stations in an hour. Attributing to the marketably higher Q-Rate.  

Graph A:  QSOs by Continent. 

Graph B:  Percent of QSOs by Continent

Graph C:  QSOs by Entity. (Top 20)

 

Graph D:  Matrix of QSO per Band by Continent 

  Continent 10 Meters 12 Meters 15 Meters 17 Meters 20 Meters 40 Meters 80 Meters 160 Meters  
  AF 4 5 15 6 19 0 0 0  
  AS 1101 551 868 1043 1080 206 185 40  
  EU 44 628 1338 942 1860 52 2 1  
  NA 2070 1249 2460 1073 1133 260 384 98  
  OC 74 45 113 61 112 19 6 2  
  SA 144 34 97 56 63 9 1 0  
  Total 3437 2512 4891 3181 4267 546 578 141  

Graph E:  QSOs by Mode and Band

 Graph E:  Percentage:  Mode and Band

 

 
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