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QSL: DJ4KW

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Homepage: http://www.echo34.de/Mitglieder/V31YN
History: http://www.qslnet.de/dj4kw/v31yn.htm

Photo Album: http://picasaweb.google.com/gsapper600/V31YNBelize#

The preferred method of QSL is Logbook of the World (LotW) by ARRL. Your QSL-card is welcome too. Please no E-QSL.

Please send your request for QSL to DJ4KW. QSL-cards sent via the bureau must be marked "via DJ4KW". QSO's will be checked using the computer log and QSL-labels will be printed automatically.

All incoming QSL's will be answered. QSL's received from the bureau will be answered using the QSL-service of the German Amateur Radio Club (DARC). QSL's received by mail will be answered direct, if self-addressed envelope and sufficient return postage are supplied; German stamps, or 2 US$. A 1 EUR Coin taped to your QSL is also acceeptable. Postage is presently 0.75 EUR (a few cents more than 1 US$). If insufficient postage or no self-addressed envelope is supplied, your QSL will be answered via the bureau.

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Location "Smugglers' Den" Consejo Shores, Corozal Belize (CentralAmerica)

Station: Transceiver Kenwood TS-480SAT 50 W
              ICOM 7600 max. 100 W output

Antenna 160 m: 120 ft vertical with 3 elevated radials 50 m each in 10 ft height, preset antenna tuner; for details follow link
http://www.qslnet.de/dj4kw/v31ant.htm

80 m: half wavelength sloped vertical dipole to mast top, end-fed from ground by a preset antenna tuner.
40 m: three quarter wavelength sloper from ground to 27 m height
30 m: three quarter wavelength sloper from ground to 18 m height,
can also be used for higher bands

Receive Antenna for low bands: 300 m/1000 ft two-wire Beverage directed to Europe 040 deg, switchable to 220 deg (ZL, VK)
Setup only for contests in January/February

20/15/10 m: three-band-dipole attached to mast

17/12 m: multiband dipole attached to mast

20/17/15/12/10 m: temporary set up of 10 m vertical, 4 elevated radials 3 m (10 ft) up, with manual antenna tuner or use 30 m ant with tuner in transceiver

21-JUN-2014

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