|ARRL CW Rookie Roundup||2013 ||December|
|Op's Full Name||Entrant Type|
|Call Used||Station Call||Category||Location||Call Area|
|KR3E ||KR3E ||Single Op ||MD ||W3|
|Op Call||First Licensed||Entrant Type|
|KR3E ||Before 2011 ||Non-Rookie|
| Rookie || Non-Rookie || || States || VE Prov/Ter || XE Areas || DX |
|QSO Points|| ||Total Multipliers|| ||Total Score|
|( 16 + 0 )||x||9|| = ||144|
Low turnout, possibly due to poor choice of dates, i.e. the Sunday before Christmas when many are very busy with other things and an NFL Sunday. Also, lack of significant promotion. (Even some of the items on the Novice RR page on arrl.org needed updating).
Many OTers seemed not to know how to call CQ. There were far too many "CQ RR"s, rather than "CQ R," being sent by people licensed decades ago.
Maybe some outreach to CW clubs, such as FISTS, SKCC, CWops and FOC would help.
Finally, why does this form allow non-rookies to enter non-rookie QSOs for inclusion in the score that's being calculated?