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Author Topic: Ball Smacker eQSL 28 Jan 2023  (Read 121 times)

Online Bali_Frank

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Ball Smacker eQSL 28 Jan 2023
« on: January 28, 2023, 0240 UTC »
Thank you for the eQSL

A German living in Bali / Indonesia
I use WebSDR’s
please QSL to: fschuettig_dx1@yahoo.com

Offline Molvania Poacher

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Re: Ball Smacker eQSL 28 Jan 2023
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2023, 0300 UTC »
Thanks to BSR for the same!

All reception direct.
QTH New Hampshire (70 miles north of Boston).
1980's portable Uniden CR-2021, with MFJ-16010 tuner and about 135 feet of wire thrown up in the trees.
eQSLs most appreciated to molvaniapoacher@gmail.com.

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Re: Ball Smacker eQSL 28 Jan 2023
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2023, 1936 UTC »
Received my eQSL today, thanks again for the show!
Location: Western New York ( Niagara Frontier)
Radio :TS480 with RTL-SDR pan-adapter, HDSDR software, Omni-Rig Control, Zenith T/O R600,T600
Antenna: 40m dipole, 20-17-15 meter fan dipole. One of N. Tesla's own prototypes. A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production.
eQSL appreciated KC2ZYL@gmail.com


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