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3B8FQ Mauritius flag Mauritius

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Bonjour Friends. �Thanks for the QSO and greetings from beautiful Mauritius!

I am very active on all bands 40-6 Meters. My favorite CW QRGs are ".008" on 40/30/20/15/10 Meters, and near the low end of the WARC bands. You may also find me on SSB phone. I am also often on 50 MHz, favoring CW on 50.098 MHz.

I always use 100 watts or less, and also operate QRP using an Yaesu FT-301. �My other rigs are an ICOM IC-706mkII, IC-735, and Kenwood TS-520. �Antennas are a HyGain TH-3 Jr triband yagi, a multi-band vertical, wires for the WARC bands, and a 3 el yagi for 6 Meters.

Please listen for my son 3B8BAE. �Med favors 28 MHz SSB around 28.491 MHz, when the band is open.�

Thanks for reading. Please remember to turn turn your antennas toward the southern Indian Ocean for the friendly hams on Mauritius Island!


QSLing Instructions:

There is NO 3B8 QSL Bureau!� Please�QSL all of my 3B6FQ / 3B7FQ / 3B8FQ calls & operations Direct Only via K5XK, per instructions below. �Sorry, no e-QSL, and no LoTW.

- DX stations: �QSL Direct with SAE + $2 (preferred) or 1 current IRC for color QSL.

- W/VE stations - QSL Direct with SASE and optional $1 USD for my color photo card; otherwise, a basic QSL for an SASE.

Merci, 73 et Bons DX, mes amis! - de Rachid, 3B6FQ, 3B7FQ, & 3B8FQ�

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