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E51DWC Cook Islands

Hi friends.

Greetings from South Cook Island, Rartotonga OC-013.

QSOs in the log gain despite poor condx.

Of course, I pay attention to all the bands from 160 m to 10 m CW and SSB and directions. RTTY QSO fail.

I concentrate now with the new antenna on 40 m SSB and all the lower bands of 160, 80 and 30 m.

At 40 m is large CW QRN to S 5 to 7 100 kHz. Sorry.

Of course during the day and all the other bands with fantastic 5-B antenna Spiderbeam.

I try to watch sunrises and sunsets on all bands.

Worked and my log :

400 QSO on 10 m, 1 500 qso 12 m, 4 000 qso 15 m, 3 000 qso 17m, 7 500 qso 20 m, 2 500 qso 30 m, 1 000 QSO on 40 m, 500 QSO to 80 has nearly 100 QSO on 160

Thanks and see you on the bands.


Milan

73 GL CUAGN ALL BANDS CW / SSB / 160 – 10 m / KIA ORANA

E51DWC

21 August 2015

Hello.

The latest information from E51DWC.

Approaching the South Cook Islands, Rarotonga OC - 013 to 20,000 QSO.

I would like the station to which I have already left the premises connections for stations that have no connection with me on each band / mode and the E51 is their new country globally, or band-mode fiber.

I QRV every day from 160 m to 10 m CW and SSB.

160, 80, 40 m - 20 m up dipoles

30 m - Inverted Vee

5 bands portable miraculous Spiderbeam at 10 m high.

20, 15 m - 3 elements, 12 and 17 m - 2 elements, 10 m - 4 Elements

I left here to send a new full automatic PA 500 W, I work SSB and I log 3 000 qso now a regular basis with Europe - 32% of the EU.

PA is 12 kg and the Pacific, I drove from EU another 50 kg of my amateur radio equipment hi.

I'm working on functionality RTTY, but there is much signals on the tests.I dedicate it to all the bands, I try to use sunrises and sunsets and the opening bands, which I need per 10 m succeeded.

Rarotonga Island Cook Islands E51DWC Shack

Rarotonga Island Cook Islands E51DWC Shack 1

I gather here for three months a detailed infomace about visiting other islands and of course

the North Cook Islands. I have been there and friends.

Cook Islands E51DWC 160m antenna
Construction of 160m 80 m of the antenna 70 AEZ Coco boy from Manihiki Island without manager

I look forward to hearing on the bands. Kia orana


Milan

73 GL CUAGN ALL BANDS CW / SSB / 160 – 10 m / KIA ORANA

E51DWC

OK1DWC ex 3D2WC 3D2WC/R, OM9AWC, OL5AWC, SWL OK1-19 996........


It's all about the antenna! Build the antenna. Put up a bigger antenna. Put up a better antenna. You can never overachieve when it comes to antennas! They make your station shine and help you get that rare dx!

Cook Islands E51DWC YL
Czech radioclub young to Rarotonga Island with his daughter Natalie

Milan Vobornik, OK1DWC is currently active from Cook Islands as E51DWC.
He is working on HF Bands.
QSL via home call direct.
Where Cook Islands located:
DXCC country - South Cook Islands.
WAC Continent - Oceania.
WAZ Zone - CQ 32.
ITU Zone - 62.
QTH Locator - BG08.
Information from Milan, OK1DWC/E51DWC:

I got my hands on the latest edition dx newsletter and would like to correct some inaccuracies.

Rarotonga Island E51DWC South Cook Islands Picture

I, of course, loves the lower bands mostly 160 m.

I have a concession since 1977, as a class youth OL5AWC, then OK1DWC today. I did not change a brand for shorter as most friends. I have an extra license, first class.

I hold many of the world's degrees - 9B DXCC, WAZ 5B, DXCC 160 m, 160 m WAZ, RTTY DXCC, CQ DX ... and many Japanese diplomas, headed by AJD.

In my home QTH on a hill using:

YAESU FT-1000 MP and VL / VP-1000

DRAKE R4C / beautiful nostalgia /

KENWOOD TS-790 E

Antennas:

Mosley PRO67C30 from 40-10 meters in 23 meters high Sloper for 160 and 80 m in height 23 m RX-EWE for 160 and 80 m

6 m- 9 element YAGI

2 m GW4CQT

70 cm 19-element YAGI

I enclose a photo of my QTH.

I have visited 57 countries in amateur radio. Not always with the radio.

Rarest for us Europeans Rotuma Island 3D2WC / R and Fiji - 3D2WC.

Facilities at the Cook Islands, Rarotonga OC-013

KENWOOD TS-590S

/ Specially purchased for their properties and weight / Source PS 30 SW Great portable / 7 kg / antenna Spiderbeam 20 to 10 m, including WARC.

with 10 m mast / 9,5 kg /

Inverted Vee - 30 m and 40 m

Dipoles - 80 and at a height of 160 m 20 m With a total of 62 kg radio equipment for one man it is not entirely a family holiday hi.

I came to Rarotonga with his family to celebrate his birthday round .....

I will stay here until I will miss skating and skiing hi. At least until September.

Transmitting here on June 11 and I have over 8,000 links from 80 m to 10 m.

look forward to further contacts with all Japanese amateurs on all bands and especially on 160m.

I plan to visit the surrounding islands.

Antennas and everything else I prepared for even greater activity on SSB, RTTY and bottom band. Antennas with SWR 1: 1 to the amplifier's pretty much liked.

All Airlines from Europe weighing 50 kg and the amplifier is currently on the way from the USA in Auckland hi.

Milan

73 GL CUAGN ALL BANDS CW / SSB / 160 – 10 m / KIA ORANA

E51DWC

OK1DWC ex 3D2WC 3D2WC/R, OM9AWC, OL5AWC........

QSL info :

QRZ.COM/E51DWC QRZ.COM/OK1DWC HAMQTH.COM/E51DWC

It's all about the antenna! Build the antenna. Put up a bigger antenna. Put up a better antenna. You can never over achieve when it comes to antennas! They make your station shine and help you get that rare dx!

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