Ken Harker WM5R
Contest Maps - 2002 ARRL 160 Meter Contest


The following maps were generated from the ARRL's online contest database of results for the 2002 ARRL 160 Meter Contest. Callsigns are matched up to ZIP codes using the FCC database, which are then matched up to latitude and longitude (which means that two stations in the same ZIP code will be given the exact same latitude and longitude values.) The mapping software I used only does maps the United States of America, so these maps are limited to only U.S. contestants. Furthermore, these maps only represent U.S. contestants that submitted a log to the ARRL after the contest. There are certainly many more stations across the country who operate the contest, but do not send in their logs.

Locations of USA stations that entered the 2002 ARRL 160 Meter Contest.

 


 

Locations of USA stations that entered the 2002 ARRL 160 Meter Contest, color-coded by entry class. Red is single-op QRP, green is single-op low power, blue is single-op high power, and orange is multi-op. Higher-scoring competitors have their dots drawn on the map after lower-scoring competitors. (This means that if two competitors are very close to one another, and one operates high power and scores more than the other, who operates low power, you might not see the low power dot, as it will be covered up by the high power dot.)

 


 

Locations of USA stations that entered the 2002 ARRL 160 Meter Contest, color-coded by entry class, with "Top Ten" stations represented by large pushpins. Red is single-op QRP, green is single-op low power, blue is single-op high power, and orange is multi-op. Again, higher-scoring dots are drawn on top of lower-scoring dots.


Last Updated 14 April 2016
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