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#239 on LoTW, #311 and #312 on CW, #189 on RTTY


Posted: November 26th, 2009 under DX, Hamradio, LoTW, RTTY, Soundclips.

fk_c_a3_3d2c_2 A few days ago I got a pleasant surprise on LoTW. A25/DL7DF had uploaded the log and gave me a new one (#239 LoTW) confirmed on LoTW. It was also one of five I needed confirmed total. Another one confirmed were TX3A on 30M CW. I worked them November 21st for #256 on 30M.

Yesterday I had a day off from work, so I had some time to spend on the air. A25NW was reported on 12M in LA, so I had a look. I could hear him, not too strong, but after a few calls I managed to log him. A few minutes later I worked CE0Y/SM6CUK with a nice signal on 40M CW. A31A showed up on 40 and gave me a new one on 40M (#244) and CW (#311). A few hours later I managed to get A31A on 30M CW (#257 30M). VK9XX was going strong on 30M RTTY and I managed to work him for a new RTTY country (#189). ST2AR popped up on 17M with a big signal and big pile-up. I managed to get him for a new CW country (#312 CW). V88HTL was on 30M and I managed to work him for a new 30M country (#258). 3V3S was going strong on 30M and was logged for a new prefix. 9G5TT was worked a few minutes later on 30M CW. 9L7NS had a good signal on 20M and was worked for a new 20M CW country.

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