I have ever dreamed of a real 80 meters antenna since my very first QSO on this lovely band. Four phased self supported towers, 67 ft high, spaced 67 ft from each other, plus 16,500 ft of radials covering 54,100 square feet area made my dream come through. It does work very smooth and quiet. It does really worth every cent that I’ve spent. For additional details please stop by at www.py2yp.com Four square for ever.
After a long DX career I quit collecting QSL cards, however, if you need my card I will be happy to provide it either directly or via bureau. For direct QSL please send me a SAE plus either 1 green or 1 IRC, no QSL is required. For your convenience you may also send the minimum money amount allowed by Paypal, this way is safest and fast, please do not forget to inform the QSO data. I will mail my QSL at the next business day. If you want the card via bureau please e-mail the QSO data, again no QSL is required.
All QSOs are uploaded to the LOTW in regular basis regardless the number of QSOs.
In order to maintain opened and upload the Saint Peter & Saint Paul Rocks past dx-pedition logs as much as possible I dedicated a web page for the so called "On the rocks" project. Please take a tour at www.py2yp.com/spsprocks and find out your QSO with the Rocks. I still have a long journey before the last QSO is properly uploaded to the LOTW so please stop by there from time to time. If you haven't yet your QSO confirmed just let me know.
Besides of the Rocks I am QSL manager for AX0LD Macquarie Island.
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