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Myself and members of RADARS will be operating as�K2L�
part of the 13colonies special event station
Active on All Bands 160-6

K2L�stations represent South Carolina
all qsl's for the�
K2L�operation are via�KG4RUL
for more info see�http://www.13colonies.info
Other Stations for SC using�
K2L�will be�

KI4LXH - K2L Operating Procedure
I will call simplex most of the time, we expect large pile-ups,�if so I will work by the numbers, working max of 4/6 stations�per number before moving on. I will be back to your number�before you know it. I will take regular listening breaks for QRP�stations, also for stations outside of the USA, this has become�a popular event around the world, with many DX stations calling�us.�Please follow the operators instructions and we will get you all in the�log. And one last request, if you have to tune-up, please tune up off of the calling frequency, so as not to interupt the ongoing qso's�If in the case that the pile-ups get too large, we may have to go to�split operation, all splits from my station will be 5up, and remember�this year we will be operating on the WARC bands also.�We look forward to getting you in the log and on your way to a�clean sweep. I plan to operate as much as possible, but please do�NOT get upset if we have to leave unexpectedly, in the South we�have many pop-up thunderstorms in the Summer, and we will�be disconecting all equipment if a storm approaches. �Above All HAVE FUN, and God Bless America!!!

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