These are some of the pictures taken in Eritrea of our Ham Radio group.
We had a great time. Look at the other pictures of Eritrea also at the link
at the bottom of this page. The poor quality pictures will be replaced as
soon as more pictures are developed and sent to me


  • Cushcraft A3S at 45 meters above the ground

  • Another view of A3S

  • The10-20m StationVance operating

  • Max I8NHJ, merging the logs

  • Franz DJ9ZN, working the 6mtr station

  • The Cushcraft A3WS

  • Franz, Larry, Joe, Vance, Max, Bruce, and Michel 1 hour after arriving in Eritrea

  • Elvira IV3FSG, doing her thing on RTTY

  • That shine on the floor is water. You will read about it latter..

  • Vance, Joe, Bruce, and Franz as they all meet in Frankfurt Germany

  • Franz DJ9ZN and Joe KO4RR on the 10-20 station

  • Which end is the front?

  • KO4RR Joe, working a 10m pile up

  • Lowband Station. Henry 1.5 KW solid state amp and Keenwood TS 570

  • Max and Michel with new key that KO4RR gave Max

  • Milke N9NS, wanting to know if there was a port-a-pot around

  • Michel, Elvira, and Bruce setting up the RTTY station with WF1B software

  • The Big 3. Zollie, Bruce, and Larry

  • N5VL Vance, on November 4th before other equipment was released from Customs.

  • Michel and Max doing last adjustments on 6 meter antenna

  • Another view of Cushcraft A3WS above Asmara

  • Elvira, Michel, and Vance finishing on the A3S

  • Franz, Max, and Michel on the A3WSThe path to EU and NA is in the center on view

  • A3S, and 12,17, and 40m rotatable dipole

  • Bruce working the pile up on 20m

  • Another view

  • The Group: (front)Elvira, Max, Vance, Joe (rear) Franz, Mike, Larry, Michel, and Bruce

  • The Group #2: Bruce, Vance, Mike (rear) Elvira, Max, Joe, Franz, Michel, and Larry

  • The Group #3: Elvira, Max, Michel, Vance (rear) Franz, Mike, Joe, Bruce, and Larry

  • Mike working pile up on 12m

  • Mickel giving it a try on RTTY

  • The Nyala Switchboard

  • Elvira getting her E30IA license

  • Max and Mickel paying there hotel bill

  • Mr. Zerai and his assistant in the Eritrean Telicommunications office

  • A traditional Eritrean meal

  • Eating out in Eritrea

  • Another non traditional meal

  • Bruce after sampling a slightly hot traditional meal

  • Mike during a discussion at the Asmara Technical School

  • Our regular cab driver

  • One of our many antennas on the roof

  • Mike repairing a FL2100 Amplifier

  • Asmara Technical School Ham Radio station Waitimg on a license

  • Another picture in Radio room

  • The Cushcraft R5 on the Hotel roof at Sunset

    Many other pictures taken of Eritrea




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