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QSL: EQSL & DIRECT TO 7719 SW 55th Place, GAINESVILLE, FL, 32608

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Not Currently active in Angola

Wasactive nightly from Angola as D2GT from about 1800-2300 UTC through 30 December 2011.

PrimaryBands from Angola are 20m SSB, 10m SSB, 20m PSK31, 30m PSK31 &40m PSK31 (working on PSK31 setup now).

Due to the extremely small bands on 80m & 40m, SSB operation on those bands is not contemplated.

This is not a DX expedition. I am just working in Angola for several months. I am working 12 hours a day, 6-7 days a week at present, so opportunities to operate are primarily from 1800-2300 UTC. Sorry about that, that is all I can do.

This was not a planned event. It took quite a lot of effort and money to just get my reciprocal license, while still working full time on a GE Gas Turbine Electrical PowerStation installation in the remote northern Province of Cabinda (surrounded by the Congo on three sides and the Atlantic on the 4th side).

Due to the small amount of time, available to me, I am focusing on operating in the evenings. I will address issues like uploading logs to eQSL and paper QSLs when I return home in January.

I may be back in country later in the year. Check back later.

I hope to hear or see your call on the air. I will try to courteous and work as many operators as I can hear. When a pileup starts, I try to find some way of narrowing it down to a few stations at a time (either Continents or Callsign area Numbers).I appreciate everyone's cooperation in waiting their turn.

Please forgive me if, I do not take you exactly when you think it is your turn.

Use of Standard Phonetics forthe letters of your call seems to help me pick it out of the noise, For some reason, my ears and brain respond better to Standard Phonetics for lettters like "Delta Two Golf Tango" instead of my personal favorite "Delta Two Gas Turbine".

Regards, Thank You very much for your courtesy on the air.

Lyle Brewer



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