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P29LL Papua New Guinea flag Papua New Guinea

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Update. 1-December-2017

I just installed an antenna for 80 meters which works very well in transmission. However, QRN in this part of the world is usually 59+20 or more on the low bands so I can barely work anything. If you hear me on 80 meters, send me an e-mail with an accurate signal report and your working conditions; I'll appreciate that. I'm trying to build a separate antenna for RX.

Update. 2-February-2016

I've noticed that more than 25% of my recent QSOs are duplicates and I find this figure excessive. Some days, the amount of duplicates has reached 100% of the QSOs in my log. I can understand that some people can call me to say hi or have a chat when propagation is not good, but I cannot understand stations working me for the tenth time on the same band and the same mode and in the middle of a huge pile-up, just to get a "59" report.

I also think that duplicates prevent other stations from getting the QSO with Papua New Guinea, which is a relatively sought country. You must understand that many radio amateurs have weak signals because of the power restrictions of their licenses. Also, some far away stations can only hear me during the grey line, waking up very early in the morning and during certain days of the year only. Let's behave like gentleman and let's use common sense: I don't work / log duplicates if they are in the same band and the same mode. QSOs in new bands or new modes are always welcome. I hope this is understandable.

Log online link below:

https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/P29LL

Please, follow common sense when doing DX and listen before calling.

By the way, I am an avid collector of vacuum tubes and old electronic components. If you have some spare and you want to send them to me, I'd really appreciate that and I'll find them a beautiful spot at my home in Spain to display them or even use them in one of my homebrew projects; maybe in exchange I can send you my QSL straight from PNG. Even faulty or used tubes are welcome, specially if they are transmission type. Get in touch with me.

Thanks!

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