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alias for: KD0MND


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QSL: QSL VIA BURO, LOTW, OR DIRECT

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I was active from Curacao as PJ2/KD0MND from 5-19 September, 2013.

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I have already gotten a lot of QSL cards for PJ2. I have them. They are here right at my desk. I haven't actually gotten a PJ2 card yet to send back to you. I promise I didn't take your dollar and run!

I have one error in my PJ2 logbook that I'm aware of. I entered a callsign incorrectly. The callsign in my log is WZER, on September 8th. If this is you, please send me a message and let me know, so I can fix my log..

 

Thank you for visiting my page. I am proud to announce that the callsign NR0X has been secured, and will remain with the station that was built by the original owner of the call. Heinz Blankenhagen was a mentor and friend, and the NR0X station will forever be dedicated to the the promotion of Amateur Radio, DX, and contesting. It is my HONOR to be allowed to keep this station alive. I still have the original NR0X records, so if you need QSL for any contacts before 19Nov2013, please send me an E-mail, and I will check the logs.

 

The NR0X Memorial Beacon is currently offline. We blew out a power supply, and I am considering a different radio. The Ranger RCI-5054 has a TERRIBLE signal. The beacon sounded like garbage. In addition, the placement of the antenna has caused RFI issues for the station. I have plans to relocate the antenna to a better location, repair or get another power supply, and the get the beacon back up and running. It will be transmitting on 50.070.5

"de NR0X/b en42hb"

I would be happy for any signal reports sent via e-mail, to jason@kd0mnd.com

Jason NR0X

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