Top band DX-ing is real ham radio challenge. 160m is also referred as the "Gentleman's band"...
160 meters - DX-ing on the Edge...

TOP Band Contests records by Yuri, K3BU

11. prosince 2006 v 21:53 | Petr, OK1RP |  Home
Hi Gentlemen,
160 meter band, also known as a Top Band, bordering on medium waves, is the most difficult Ham band in HF spectrum. Plagued by atmospheric and man made noise, unpredictable propagation, it is the most challenging band to operate. Antennas and equipment require special considerations. Some (DXers) specialize in chasing the countries and zones, some (contesters) specialize in operating contests. While DXers are trying to work as many countries as possible and have no time limit, contesters have to work as many stations as possible in short time. Sometimes it takes few years trying to catch good propagation conditions during sunspot minima in order to beat that record. Here are the listings of the world's best Top Band operators researched and kept by Yuri Blanarovich, K3BU (also VE1BY, VE3BMV, C6AYB) e-mail K3BU
Top Band Contest records have been updated, including 2006 CQ WW 160 m Contest.

Please check it out at
http://members.aol.com/k3bu/160Records.htm

Congratulations to all the new record setters!

If there are any errors or omissions, please let me know.
Should we include 160m scores from M/M or any other new categories that are getting busy?

73 Yuri, K3BU@optonline.net

(original published in Topband mailing list)
 

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