- G R E N A D A - Nov 06. -  25., 2008


    J3/DL7CM

J3/DM2AYO  

 

 

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ZONE 08   ITU 11

NA-024    FK92EF






 

For more info about Grenada:

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grenada 

http://www.almost-paradise-grenada.com  <== This is the QTH 

http://www.ectel.int/grd/ 

Weather about the year:

  Jan Feb Mr Apr Mai Jun Jul Aug Sep Okt Nov Dez
min. Temp 24 24 24 25 26 25 25 25 25 24 25 24
max. Temp 29 29 29 29 30 30 30 30 28 30 30 29
Feuchtigkeit 71 70 70 75 74 78 78 80 74 79 77 74
Regentage 13 12 8 14 14 23 24 23 22 22 20 18

 
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DXpedition Infos

Callsigns

 J3/DL7CM and J3/DM2AYO

Date of operation  Nov. 6th - Nov. 25th, 2008
QTH   nr Sauteurs in the north of the island:  FK92EF    IOTA NA-024
Operator  Hans - DL7CM         Sid - DM2AYO
Bands and modes  160 mtrs to 6 mtrs, CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK
Equipment  2x IC706 with amps (700W),    ant: for lowbands: GP (27mtrs);   for high bands yagi
Sun  Sun rise:  06:04 local     Sun set:  17:39 local     local time = GMT - 4 h
QSL  via  home calls


QSLing

 
QSL-Info:  J3/DL7CM
Hans-Rainer Uebel
Hartmannsdorfer Chaussee 3
15528 Spreenhagen
Germany
QSL - Info:  J3/DM2AYO
Siegfried Blechschmidt
Brassenpfad 66
12557 Berlin
Germany

 

1I answer all QSL's on same way I get in.  
      exception: - if I get requests by email or if there is no spreankle of value for resend, I will sent qsl via bureau
               
2I prefer direct, but a smakker for enough value     
     A letter outside of Europe costs 1,70 Euro. That means US$ 2,55;  at least 3  green stamps!!     
    Thank you.

 3.  Do not use stamped envelopes (SASE) or IBRS. 
       Pse only SAE. ( f.i. 1 IRC plus 1 green stamp will help to cover a little part of the costs)
     Use standard envelopes DIN C6

4.   ... and don't forget to search your log for my home callsign (DL7CM) too.

5.   I don't need 15 cards for 15 qso's. Use a simple paper for all. Save your qsl's.

 Thank you

 

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