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Log is now on LotW.  Sorry for the delay.  Hope your contact is there.

The October 2010 Dxpedition to Praia do Bilene in Mozambique is now QRT. In 12 days of operating C91MS; C91DL; C91DJ; C91JR; C91MV and C91WW made 15,000 contacts and its seems that many of you out there need to confirm Mozambique as a new entity for DXCC. If you worked us you are in luck. We will have a nice colourful QSL card for you soon - specially designed for you by Glenys (G8KWD) C91KW. We hope to have these by the end of November. You can get yours by sending your QSL card and a self addressed envelope with at least $2 to David GI4FUM whose postal address is correct on QRZ.com. If you don't enclose enough to cover postage your card will go via the bureau.

C91DL log is on eQSL andnow on LotW. (See above)

Tony (G4LDL) C91DL was our top operator with over 6000 contacts under a variety of callsigns. David (GI4FUM) C91DJ made over 3000 contacts under his own callsign and C91MS and C91WW with Daniel (ZS6JR) C91JR making a similar number of contacts. We made 1430 contacts in 94 countries with C91MS (Mozambique Scouts)for Jamboree on the Air. We entered a Multi Single station in the CQ World Wide SSB contest with the call C91WW making 4,500 contacts in 137 countries.

Station details - we used two Elcraft K3 transceivers with Icom IC2KL solid state linears. We also had a Yaesu FT100MP available but the K3s were the preferred rigs. Antennas were a Cushcraft A4S beam for 20/15/10 at 70ft and a Cushcraft A3WS beam at 60ft for 17/12. These were mounted on a 4 section lattice steel tower on a trailer. We had a four square (phased verticals) for 40m and a base loaded vertical for 80/160. Conditions on 80m and 160m were poor because of high noise leves but the 80m vertical was used to good effect on 30m. We were plagued by frequent thunder storms for which we had to close our stations down until the storms passed. Station logging was done on personal laptop PCs using the Wintest, SD, Xmlog and N1MM logging programs.

In case you are wondering we had no internet connection after we crossed the border into Mozambique so we have not been able to read any emails until we return to South Africa.

Check out our web site at http://www.3da0ss.net

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