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W6ZE Field Day Scores as Reported in

Year Class* Contacts Power** Participants Score*** Notes
1959 5A 373 A B 22 2,463
1960 No Record of W6ZE can be found in QST for this year.
1961 4A 692 A B 12 5,877
1962 No Record of W6ZE can be found in QST for this year.
1963 7A 1,129 A B 24 9,930
1964 6A 939 A B 19 2,463
1965 5A 1,111 A B 35 7,878
1966 No Record of W6ZE can be found in QST for this year.
1967 5A 1,641 A B 14 12,970
1968 5A 1,789 A B C 30 13,041
1969 4A 1,229 B C 24 9,109
Starting in 1970 a "free" novice station is permitted. Novice
1970 5A 1,657 A C D 24 11,777 [none]
In 1971 the x3 independent power source multiplier was dropped. Also the RF power multiplier was changed to reflect the highest power used among all transmitters. These changes lowered overall scores.
1971 No Record of W6ZE can be found in QST for this year.
1972 3A 1,553 B 24 3,456 [none]
1973 4A 1,964 B 32 4,372 [none]
1974 4A 1,601 B 35 3,652 WN6WZO
1975 4A 2,053 B 48 5,070 [none]
1976 4A 1,914 B 40 4,896 [none]
1977 5A 2,607 B 60 6,404 WB6SIL
1978 5A 2,599 B 65 6,524 WD6GSK
1979 5A 2,189 B 25 5,484 WD6GSK
1980 6A 2,647 B 35 7,832 [none]
1981 6A 2,405 B 36 6,476 [none]
1982 6A 1,582 B 22 4,100 KA6QVO
1983 4A 2,139 B 25 5,282 [none]
1984 3A 931 B 15 3,040 KB6EZT
1985 4A 1,290 B 35 4,480 KB6FZV(?)
1986 3A 951 B 18 3,132 [none]
In 1987 the power designators, indicating maximum power output used, were changed from letters 'A', 'B' and 'C' to the actual points multipliers '5', '2' and '1' for less than 5W, less than 150W and greater than 150W, respectively.
1987 2A 930 2 30 2,416 N6JSV
1988 3A 1,494 2 36 4,362 WA6PFA
1989 5A 1,595 2 27 4,616 WA6PFA
1990 4A 2,622 2 65 4,292 WA6PFA
1991 6A 1,624 2 65 7,828 WA6PFA
1992 5A 2,956 2 92 8,574 WA6PFA
1993 4A 3,007 2 40 9,150 WA6PFA
1994 4A 3,098 2 31 9,272 WA6PFA
1995 4A 2,573 2 37 8,442 WA6PFA
1996 4A 2,609 2 36 7,698 WA6PFA
1997 4A 2,148 2 36 6,314 WA6PFA
1998 3A 1,436 2 23 4,268 WA6PFA
1999 3A 2,031 2 12 4,718 KD6BWH
2000 3A 1,888 2 28 4,990 [none]
2001 4A 1,625 2 27 4,992 [none]
In 2002 the "free" station became GOTA. GOTA
2002 4A 1,517 2 45 4,928 KE6WIU
2003 4A 946 2 40 3,350 [none]
2004 4A 1,792 2 38 5,666 [none]
2005 3A 1,938 2 38 6,742 N8WP
2006 4A 1,836 2 36 6,178 N8WP
2007 9A 6,217 2 86 20,246 N1AB 2nd Place Overall
2008 9A 3,265 2 83 11,316 N1AB 28 of 2,409
2009 9A 5,925 2 85 19,304 N1AB 3rd Place Overall
2010 4A 1,878 2 66 5,936 W6BAC 175 of 2,617
2011 6A 2,110 2 50 6,504 W6BAC 159 of 2,632
2012 5A 2,264 2 26 7,684 W6BAC 118 of 2,617
2013 12A 6,859 2 108 21,258 W6BAC 2nd Place Overall
2014 7A 5,419 2 108 17,970 W6ETC 6th Place Overall
2015 4A 3,391 2 50 10,150 KI6ZPW 47 of 2,720
2016 6A 1,874 2 60 6,242 AF6CF 139 of 2,697

W6ZE Field Day Scores as Reported in

   * Number of simultaneous stations (less free, novice or GOTA station).
  ** Power multiplier designator (see notes after 1970 and 1986).
*** Score includes bonus points earned.


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