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P29NO Papua New Guinea flag Papua New Guinea

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P29NO QRT

I was QRT on September 11, 2014.

After that I worked P29NO/P in Port Moresby for a couple days.

Both are located in the same island, OC-034.

I will issue the QSL cards of P29NO/P by myself.

Please send yours to my home call JA2VQP.

LotW and e-QSL is available for P29NO, but not available for P29NO/P for the time being.

Thank you.

Nao P29NO/JA2VQP

 

 

 

 

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Hi everyone,

Thank you for coming to my site.

I live in Wewak in East Sepik Province located on the north coast of PNG main land.

I am a volunteer of JICA (it is the Japanese ODA). I have operated JA2VQP in Japan.

I am teaching math at Divine Word University St.Benedict's Campus.

I can operate CW, RTTY, PSK31,PSK63, JT65, SSB, AM and FM. If you need other mode, e-mail me.

And I'm able to be on 1.8MHz to 430MHz.

My antenna is so poor. I'm using a long wire or dipole. Then my signal might be pretty weak there.

The power black-outs frequently. Sometimes it recovers in a few minutes, sometimes it lasts whole day. If my signal disappears suddenly, please wait for some minutes. If my signal does not appear again, give up please.

LotW and e-QSL are available. However the Internet circumstance is so terrible that I cannot update the data regurally and I cannot do the quick resoponse to your e-mail.

I'm looking forward to contacts with you in some band and some mode.

CU es 73/88

 

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