Next adventure – Bhutan

My stay on Sint Eustatius is coming to an end. Thank you for all your contacts. Unfortunately, only nearly 30,000 on SSB and a thousand on RTTY. I do not count FT8/FT4.

Despite requests, approximately 6% are duplicates. The record holder made 28 contacts using the same mode on the same band.

As a low power station (100W), I took part in the ARRL SSB Contest – 4198 QSOs and WPX SSB Contest- 2398 QSOs. Now we face a new challenge from Bhutan in second part of April.

2 thoughts on “Next adventure – Bhutan”

  1. Thanks for that DXpedition close to home that enabled me to work PJ5 on multiple bands.
    I hope to work you as A5 for an ATNO!

  2. When will you shut down on St Eustatius? Still trying for ATNO on FT8 12 meters.

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