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I will be returning to Bhutan with my good friend Pekka, OH1TV late September. The callsign we are going to use is still open, alternatives are A52O and A52YY. We will arrive in Paro late afternoon on Sept. 26th and will depart in the morning of Oct. 2nd. We will be staying close to the city of Paro. This time we have no other activities in Bhutan and we can focus 100% on amateur radio! The QTH will be up on a hill facing to north and it should give a good take off to North America, most of South America, northern Asia, Middle-East and whole Europe

We will have 2 pcs of K3's and we are planning to have a 2-el tribander for 14/21/28, a 2-el duobander for 17/24 and dipole/vertical for 10 and 7. We have asked permission for 50MHz as well and are planning to have a 3-el yagi there. We will operate both SSB and CW. We try to start the operation already in the evening of Sept. 26th with a temporary antenna set-up. From 27th onwards we believe to have the yagis up. On Oct. 2nd we will have a morning flight and need to go QRT sometime during the night

So, this is the plan at the moment and we will let you know of any possible changes.

Looking forward for nice pile-ups and we hope to be able to give a new one or at least a new band to many of you.

QSL checking will be here and in LotW. QSL cards dirctly to the home address of OH2YY or via SRAL QSL bureau.

 

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All QSL's either direct to Pekka Ahlqvist, OH2YY, Vapaalanpolku 8B, 01650 Vantaa, Finland or via SRAL QSL bureau. I'm also using LoTW.
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QSO's with 9M6PO (Spratly), OH0YY, C21YY, VK9CM, VK9XM, A52YY and 9N2YYcan be checked on the respective pages of QRZ.COM
 
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For FR/OH2YY and 3B8/OH2YY I only have paper logs and if needed, please, contact me directly.
 
 
 

 

 

 

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