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David Cowhig was first licensed in April 1969 as a high school freshman in Boston as WN1LBP and then WA1LBP. In 1973, as a French language student at the University of Caen in Normandy, he operated from the university club station using his own call, F0AAN. In 1992 - 1994 he operated from Okinawa, Japan as 7J6CBQ. David arrived in Malawi in mid September 2012 and got his Malawi amateur license a few weeks later from the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) http://www.macra.org.mw/   More information on ham licensing in Malawi is at http://www.qsl.net/oh2mcn/7q.htm 

In January 2013, 7Q7DFC put up a 13 meter (41 ft.) tower. On top is a hexbeam for the 20 thru 6 meter bands. For 80 and 40 meters, there is an 80-meter loop. 7Q7DFC runs a Kenwood TS-590 at 100 watts.

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