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Greenland DX Pedition

EA4BT, EA4NA, EA7AAW and EA7SB will be active from Greenland 12 - 19 November 2009 as OX/homecall.
They are will be active on 160 - 10m CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK.
QSL via EA4BT buro, direct, LOTW.

Greenland DX News

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Daniil
  • Callsign: MrvwjoyblBYL
  • 2013-04-09 13:24:19
Hi there! I heard about ya through w4kaz! Love your about page! Love that you're into torwes and antennas, and, that you know w3lpl, who I worked so many times over the years, I love it! Well, my friend, you're gonna love this contest, the first anual antenna party on the air. I have the info for ya below! Can you post it on your web site! It's gonna be a big contest, folks are excited about it! Hope to work ya in September, and 73, Trippy, ac8s The first annual on the airantenna party.Sponsored by Trippy Brown, ac8s.starts 2300Z, September 21ends 0400Z, September 23bands: 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10, 6, and 2 metersmodes: am, cw, fm, ssb.purpose: to get as many hams on the air as possible that weekend, and help hams know about different antennas, and hear how they get out, so they can put up one just like it. I want us hams demonstrating our antennas, so other hams, can put up better antennas if they hear one they like.Whether you want to make just a few contacts, or, if you want to make a lot of contacts, don’t sit this one out! Get on the air and have fun learning about and hearing, new antennas, and, let others learn about, and hear your antenna!exchange: signal report, US state, Canadian province, or dx country, antenna being used, where it’s located, for example, on a balcony, in an attic, how high up it is, and, how much power you’re running.An example exchange would be“you’re 59 Alaska, running a long wire, in a backyard, up 10 feet, running 200 watts.”work once per band, once per mode.Class, single station, single op, I want as many stations on as possible.power: must run 200 watts or less.Must run only from a fixed location, such as, your place of residence.Logging: no logs need to be sent to me. Just take down any info about the other stations antenna that you need to know, such as what is given by the station.The station can give as much info on the antenna as needed, such as, how to build it, or, tell the station you’re working, that they can find directions on how to build and put up the antenna at a certain web site, or, to send you an email with a request on info about the antenna.
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Wayne
  • Callsign: NØUN
  • 2009-11-17 13:18:11
That's wayyy too much snow for me in that picture...

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