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One single latest current IRC covers postage cost for QSL card to anywhere in the world.

Please check the cost of postage to you from me at this Australia Post webpage:::

http://auspost.com.au/apps/postage-calculator.html

Thank you.

 

Photos above taken in january 2005 at the North Mole at Fremantle {the port for Perth]. VK6RO leaning on the ute in the background.

The antenna etc was owned by VK6DC [SK]

The antenna is a full size 80 metre dipole fed with twin feeder. The rig was IC706 and tuner was by MFJ.

The antenna support was a 7 metre long "squid pole"

The feedpoint was about 14 or so metres above the indian ocean.

No power lines and the indian ocean really enhanced receive and transmit.

 

The ute [pronounced "yoot"] holding all the antennas was owned by Lionel VK6DC [sk]

 

 

 

 

 

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