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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.

Now I'm in Port Moresby, the captal city of PNG, and will be here for a while.

I brought evrything here and can QRV here as P29NO/P.

But I think the chances of QRV are low.

Thank you for many QSOs. The number of QSO was approximately 39000.

I appreciate your contacts. They are all valuable for me.

If you need QSL cards, please send yours to my manager EA5GL or myself JA2VQP.

if you send it to me, JA2VQP, you can use the QSL bureau as well.

LotW and e-QSL is available.

Thank you.

Nao P29NO

 

 

 

 

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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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