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D44KIT/HB9OBD Cape Verde flag Cape Verde

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Please send your address via e-mail if you want the paper QSL of  D44KIT.

I'll be back from March 3th to March 25th 2018 with 20/40/(60)m in Phone and FT8!

60m (5Mhz) band not confirmed, waiting for ANAC authorization.

See you!

Direcly from Sal Island, Kite Beach, I asked to ANAC to have KIT(e) suffix to celebrate Kite Surf sport and this fantastic natural environment.

You can find me in SSB some hours after kite surfing or when there is no wind here ;-)

During some nights and mornings maybe also in FT8.

I you want a special paper QSL please ask directly at hb9obd@gmail.com but expect some months delay... "no stress" motto in Cape Verde :-)

And if you have suggestions or questions please ask.

73, Luca

 

About FT8

Please is really impossible to decode you if 10 stations are calling me on the same frequency. Spread your TX frequency and you have more possibility to be decoded.

If I'm answering to another Callsign is useless to call and in fact it makes more difficult to decode and finish that QSO. Wait my 73 and then call on ANOTHER FREQUENCY.

- Don't TX at my same TX frequency, too much stations calling, I work in split mode, distribute you in slots around +-300Hz.

- QSO in log only after your RRR, I try my RRR 3 times then i have to pass to next station.

- When I finished a station with 73, don't wait my CQ. I send a CQ when is impossible to decode for the mess present.

 

Thank you

 

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