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Thanks for worked with me on CQ WPX SSB contest.
Most contact made on 10m. Some hundred on 15m and just a few on 20m.
Last serial number is 2229 where as my challenge target was 2000.
Equipments used throughout the contest was IC-775DXII, THP HL-2K, MFJ-986 Differential Tuner and Mosley TA-33 tribander.
Logs are appears on ClubLog and LoTW soon.


5W1SA first licensed May 1998, one month after I arrived to the paradise of Samoa. While living on the Island,
it is not easy expand radio system but for the last 15 years, some improvement and some went to junk.
52K QSO logged so far.
HF 1KW and 6m 500W output licensed.
Second Class JA License (Callsign expired long time ago) and New Zealand General License (ZL1EA) Holder.


I was on QRP following date/time
20/Mar/2013 0458z to 0530z FT817/Li-ion/10m Long Wire + Z11
22/Mar/2013 0445z to 0550z FT817/Li-ion/10m Long Wire + Z11
25/Aug/2013 0119z to 0204z FT817/Electricity/8mH Inv.Vee + Z11, 17mCW
02/Sep/2013 0600z to 1030z FT817/Li-Ion/40m Vertical

Occasional QRP operation from Malololelei, top of the Upolu Island.
FT-817 with 4 series connected Li-ion batteries that produce 5W (Five Watts) output.
I maybe operate short time due to a lot of QRM of Mosquitos.
White long tube (home brew battery holer) is the power source of 18650 Li-ion batteries.

Please upload to LoTW as "5W1SA". Your log will not match if upload as "5W1SA/QRP"



Tnx wrkd with me during the CQ World-Wide WPX SSB Contest 2013

#1 Oceania : Signle Op High Power ALL BANDS
#1 Oceania : Tribander/Signle-Element High Power ALL BANDS


Equipments I have:

TS-950SD (PA dead) working with 6m transverter
TS-850S + DSP-100
IC-706MKII (not functioning, junk)
IC-775DXII / 200 (still not happy with 12/10m split operation)
FT-7800 (V/UHF Mobile)
FT-680R (tnx 5W0W)

Tokyo Hy-Power HX-650 (6m 50W)

Power Amplifier:
Tokyo Hy-Power HL-2K (1.9MHz to 28Mhz, 1KW output) TNX N7CQQ and N6XT for repair tubes.
Tokyo Hy-Power HL-1K/6 (50MHz 500W output)
Dentron MLA-2500 TNX YT1AD
Tokyo Hy-Power HL-86V (tnx 5W0W)

Mosley TA33
Create Design CL6DX on 13m tall mast (Special thanks to YT1AD and EA1IR)
Wire GP for 12m, 17m and 30m, (destroyed by broke tree branches 14/Aug/12)
12m tall bamboo vertial for 40m (destroyed by broke tree branches 14/Aug/12)
5/8 GP for 6m
18m tall, aluminum telescopic pipe for 80m >> Modified to 160m Inv.L

Power Supplies:
13.8V 30A Switch mode Power Supply
13.8V 30A Conventional Power Supply
2x 120Ah Deepcycle Batteries with 160W Solar Panel
2KW Power Inverter (nice noise generator)
13.8V 29A Switching Power Supply (cheap industrial model, works good)
SUBARU Inverter 3.8KVA Gasoline Power Generator (no identical Inverter noise on ham bands)
4x 18650/5000mAh and 4x 26650/6800mAh Rechargiable batteries with home brew battery holder

CW Keys:

MFJ-986 Differential-T Tuner
Home brew PIC Keyer
Z-11 (ATU)
Icom AH-3 (ATU)
CG-3000 (ATU)
Behringer EuroRack (audio mixer)
MFJ-906 (6 meter antenna tuner)
MFJ-1026 (Noise Cancelling Signal Enhancer)
MFJ-784B (AF DSP Filter)

Setup 2007 Most recent

HF (Mar 2013)

6m (Mar 2013)

HF (Mar 2013)

All QSL via JA1DXA, please.
I have no QSL card stock in Samoa.

Please DO NOT SEND QSL to Samoa






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