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QSL: K8SIX Only direct w/SASE (SM5COK is ONLY for 1997 operation)

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The special callsign T49C has been used only two times in the last ten years. In 1997 it was the callsign for the Punta Corella Multinational Operation for the CQWW CW Contest. (The QSL manager for that operation is SM5COK.)

In 2004 the callsign was used again, by the "Cristal Contest Group" of the Federacion de Radioaficionados de Cuba, for the 2004 CQ WPX Contest. (QSL manager for this operation is K8SIX)

This time, T49C operated from CO2II and CO2EE QTH, that is also the main office of the Dalmatian Club of Cuba (that is why in the photo we were surrounded by two of these beautiful dogs..)

Crew members were: Oscar, CO2OJ; Jorge, CO2II; Wiston, CO2WF; Ibarra, CM2KL and Osmany, CM2OY. In the logistic background, Maria Elena, CO2EE.

T49C worked all bands from 160m to 10m with HP in all of them. The more productive bands were 20m and 15m. The claimed score is 11,300,959 points.

Thanks to all who works us ...!!

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