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8Q7CF Maldives flag Maldives

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This year my lovely wife Heike, DO3HDA and I went onto the Maldives.
From September 15, 2013 till September 27, 2013 the Biyadhoo Island Resort
was our place to relax and playing the radio.

We used a Elecraft K3 and an inverted V dipole from 10 m to 80 m. For 160
we had no space to hook up the long wire.

Modes: DL2MDU mainly CW, DO3HDA Phone and Data

September 29, 2013 - We are back home after an unforgettable trip. The log
shows 2090 QSO and 87 DXCC

Log Search on Club Log now available

LOTW Upload on October 2, 2013

All QSLs through the bureaus are printed and sent by GlobalQSL-Service.
They announced a delivery time between 120 days and one year.

Please be patient!

vy 73 and good DX

Chris, DL2MDU & Heike, DO3HDA

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