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I've been on the air since 1967. I received the first licence as a teenager at the age of 16 years with the callsign SP8CPR and privileges on 80m + 40m band - CW only - with a TX power of 20 W input. Ex: SP8CPR, SP5XAR, SP5CPR, 5N3/SP5XAR, 5N3CPR. My Nigerian activity took place between 20.02.1995 and 29.12.2000. The first 5N on 50 MHz ever put on the air in November 1999 - QSO with S59A. My logs are open indefently. With the present callsign SP5WA QRV since 2001. The primary QSL route is via the SP QSL Bureau. An e-mail QSL request is welcome bogdan@sp5wa.info  and will be returned via the QSL bureau. Also direct reply is available on Your request (SASE). Besides, all logs are uploaded on the LoTW - the easiest way of QSLing. You are very welcome to visit my QTH at: http://sp3key.com/jhf/z_wizyta/sp5wa/index.php

SN0HQ team member.

My DXCC score is 337 entities confirmed. I am still missing KH1, KH5K and KP1.

At the moment my antenna farm consist of:

#1 Tower (on the roof):

KLM KT34-XA (10+15+20m)

Mosley TW34-XL (12+17+30m)

Yagi 6m/7el

Vertical 2m/70cm

#2 Tower (selfsupported):

Yagi (interlaced): 40m/2el+30m/2el

Delta Loop 80m

Inv. Vee 160m

Further development is planned.


My motto: You can never have too many antennas

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