The TX8G QSL-card. Photo by FK8HC Franck,
lay out LA9GY.
The TX8G QSL-manager in Trondheim, Norway
will mail the first letters with QSL-cards in week 19 or 20
e-mail QSL-mgr. LA9GY Homepage
LA5IIA operated from New Caledonia with the call
From 24th to 31st of March and April LA5IIA Johnny
Johansen (JJ) operated from Noumea in New Caledonia with the call
TX8G. He teamed up with FK8HC, FK8GM and FK8FI to operate the CQ WPX
SSB contest, using the call TX8G. In addition to the multi-multi-class
operation in the WPX contest, Johnny operated on CW, mostly WARC and
lowband and some RTTY.
JJ and the team worked 8600 QSO's
The 10- and 40-meter yagis. 270 degrees of the takeoff
were over the sea, and the QTH were 50 meter above the sealevel
making this a perfect location for EU, US and JA.
The TX8G-operators from left: Eric FK8GM, Johnny LA5IIA,
Franck FK8HC and John "the trainee".
Direct QSL for TX8G via LA9GY.
LA9GY Morten Antonsen
QSL to TX8G via buro to LA8G.
Johnny (LA5IIA) and Franck (FK8HC) operating 15-
and 10-meter in the WPX-contest. Outside (right) John "the
Mail address: POB 941 Sentrum, N-7409 TRONDHEIM, Norway
E-mail: mailto:[email protected]
Updated 10th of May 2001 by LA9GY