Monday, December 19, 2011

Can You Hear Me Now - SNRs of Skimmers During CQWW

Bob's been at it again.  N6TV has calculated the average Signal-to-Noise ratio for each spot by each RBN Skimmer.  My only contribution is to sort the data in callsign order, to make it easier to find your station.

As usual, geography has a lot to do with results.  All the most prolific Skimmers are in Europe.  A second table, in the next blog post, lists the data as Bob originally did, by total number of spots during the contest.

Here's the tabulation:


Skimmer Spots Avg S/N
8Q7DV-# 5362 16.1
AA4VV-# 18020 25.9
AB7TB-# 11388 19.5
AK2B-# 909 13.4
DF6PW-# 868 23.7
DJ2RD-# 485 27.9
DJ3AK-# 123229 23.1
DJ6JZ-# 3720 18.7
DJ9IE-# 16237 25.1
DK1MAX-# 311 19
DK8NE-# 3401 22.1
DK9IP-# 133209 20.8
DL0LBS-# 21102 13
DL1AMQ-# 5226 27.2
DL5KW-# 95 20.7
DL8LAS-# 102939 25.6
DL9GTB-# 424 26.3
DO4DXA-# 4091 28.8
E71DX-# 3632 13.5
EI6IZ-# 2805 30
ES5PC-# 62538 31.1
F5NBU-# 3150 31.4
G0KTN-# 94552 26
G0VXE-# 9548 17.3
G4BYG-# 1477 18.9
G6LSB-# 208 27.5
GW8IZR-# 140118 29.2
HA6PX-# 64823 15.6
HZ1FI-# 7227 16.4
IK0VCK-# 256 24.6
IK0XBX-# 2753 26.4
IK3STG-# 1949 17.7
JA4ZRK-# 42716 18
JR3IXB-# 375 25.6
K1TTT-# 38195 26.6
K3LR-# 82552 28.6
K3MM-# 78608 28.2
K8ND-# 77846 25
K9QC-# 19075 23.9
KB9AMG-# 50633 23.2
KC0VKN-# 1480 14.5
KE4OPI-# 256 25.5
KH6LC-# 40645 20.8
KM3T-# 66668 26.1
LA5EKA-# 93528 24.6
M0NOZ-# 4058 14.6
N0TA-# 40210 18.7
N3CXV-# 7785 25
N4ZR-# 23609 25.4
N6NC-# 7906 9.3
N6TV-# 43935 18.8
N7TR-# 53961 24
NB3R-# 12188 29.1
NC7J-# 46441 19.1
NP2L-# 7246 18.3
NY3A-# 31973 25.6
OE3DIA-# 46742 17.9
OH6BG-# 72966 26.8
OH8KVA-# 5909 24.8
OL5Q-# 96460 24.5
ON5KQ-# 42682 29.7
PA0MBO-# 199 15.9
PA1T-# 47676 23.1
PA5KT-# 13126 22.9
PJ2T-# 46173 20.4
PY3OL-# 7892 13.8
R4WT-# 16364 12.7
RL3A-# 101 19.5
RU9CZD-# 78791 22.6
RZ3DVP-# 32738 23.7
S50ARX-# 121321 28.1
SA7AKE-# 11116 17.8
SK3W-# 110255 27.1
SM6FMB-# 18701 20.4
SP7KED-# 6745 28
SV8RV-# 86348 18.2
TF3Y-# 48115 26
TF4M-# 28867 27.2
UA4NE-# 332 22.5
UR5FCM-# 266 25.5
V51YJ-# 62858 15.7
VE2WU-# 19295 31.1
VE6WZ-# 659 24.3
VK1LW-# 10685 11.4
VK6IA-# 54303 14.8
W0MU-# 17160 21.2
W0QL-# 5045 21.8
W1UJ-# 17505 22.5
W3LPL-# 66663 28.6
W3OA-# 99240 27.7
W4AX-# 50530 26.4
W8WTS-# 63440 19.9
WA7LNW-# 71994 24.4
WE4S-# 415 23.3
WZ7I-# 58989 30.1

2 comments:

  1. This is such a great idea and real time-saver for the busy ham operator with limited available time to spend in his/her shack. This should prove particularly valuable in DXing. Thanks for this great tool-- Doc/K0EVZ

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