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9g5am: part of the team, 19. - 26. 10. 2016.

tk0c: part of the cqww cw 2016 team.

zl/s57l (North island, OC-036) info:

In January 2010 I was on a vacation in ZL. Visited some hams there and also operated for just about 200qso. First time got on the air from Tony ZL2AGY (QTH Hawera) on 13. and 14. January on 30m cw, second time from Jim ZL1BOS (QTH Taupiri) on 27. January on 20m ssb. On 20m I had a terrible QRN due to incoming storm, wich completely covered all signals from quite a big pileup and made me go QRT, and I had no chance to get back on. Sorry to all who did not manage to contact me. All QSO made from North island of New Zealand (OC-036). QSL via HC, buro or CBA, lotw uploaded.

9a/s57l info:

I was active from sveti ivan island eu-110 ci-112 JN65TB during IOTA rsgb contest as single op/low power/cw entry. The plan was to operate for 12h, but the severe wind forced me to reduce my activity to about 9 hours. Out of the contest we worked as 9a8zrs. Qsl info for both calls is via s57l, buro or direct. All the logs for both calls were uploaded to eqsl and lotw on 4th of august, 2010. Third call used from the same dxpedition was 9a/s52p working qrp in IOTA contest. qsl via hc.


I am a holder of 9a8zrs call as well. We were active from Palagrua island, EU-090, in and around IOTA contest in July 2009. All the logs are on lotw.

Thanks for qso and best dx.

73 gl, hpe cuagn


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