|Op's Full Name||Entrant Type|
|Berger, Richard E ||Rookie|
|Call Used||Station Call||Category||Location||Call Area||Team|
|KC3MIO ||KC3MIO ||Single Op ||PA ||W3|
|Op Call||First Licensed||Entrant Type|
|KC3MIO ||2018 ||Rookie|
| Rookie || Non-Rookie || || States || VE Prov/Ter || XE Areas || DX |
|QSO Points|| ||Total Multipliers|| ||Total Score|
|( 2 + 11 )||x||10|| = ||130|
I've worked a number of contests since I got my license, but never a Rookie Roundup and this was my last chance. At first, I did not know what CQ to call until I realized that CQ RR would work. I searched in vain for someone calling CQ RR and worked a number of veterans until I worked W6UP in CA - my only rookie contact.
With CW not required for a license, I wonder what percentage of rookies have tried to learn CW. I am guessing not many.
Thanks and 73