2018 OCDX Contest Charts

 

Chart 1: Number of logs received (including check logs)

 

Chart 2: Number of PHONE logs received grouped by continent

 

 

Chart 3: Number of CW logs received grouped by continent

 

Chart 4: Number of PHONE logs received from Oceania grouped by country

 

Chart 5: Number of CW logs received from Oceania grouped by country

 

Chart 6: Number of logs received from the top 10 countries

 

Chart 7: Number of logs received for the top 10 entry categories

 

Chart 8: Number of logs received in 2018 grouped by category

 

Chart 9: Number of PHONE QSOs logged by Oceania stations grouped by band

 

Chart 10: Number of CW QSOs logged by Oceania stations grouped by band

 

Chart 11: Solar and Geomagnetic Conditions on OCDX Contest Weekends[1]

 

 



[1] Data Source: NOAA ftp://ftp.swpc.noaa.gov/pub/warehouse/ . HF propagation conditions are related to the level of 10.7 cm solar flux radiation and the level of geomagnetic storm activity as measured by the daily planetary A index. Higher values of flux generally increase the maximum usable frequency while higher values of the A index are often accompanied by increased absorption (especially at high latitudes), a reduction in the maximum usable frequency and elevated noise levels.