Tag: Botswana

A25VR – Botswana

David, VE7VR will be active from Botswana as A25VR during April 28 to May 24, 2022. QRV on 40-20m, low power, holiday-style. QSL via H/c.

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A25AL – Botswana

UPCOMING — Alex, IW5ELA will be active as A25AL from the Okavango area of Botswana during September 7-15, 2017. QRV using vertical; CW. QSL via H/c.

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A25JK – Botswana

Arnold, WB6OJB will be active from Lotsane Game Lodge, eastern Botswana as A25JK between July 21-27, 2017. QRV on HF bands. QSL via H/c.

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A25BE, A25BI & A25SP – Botswana

UPDATE – Pavel R2AD, Yuri RM0F and Elena RC5A will be active from Kasane, Botswana as A25BE, A25BI & A25SP respectively during September 15-25, 2017. QRV on 160-6m CW/SSB. QSL via individual homecalls; OQRS/Club...

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A25TVB – Botswana

Theo, ZS6TVB will be active from Mokobeng, Botswana as A25TVB between June 16-19, 2017. QRV on 40-10m SSB, mostly 20m. QSL via N4GNR, LoTW.

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A25UK – Botswana

NEWS UPDATE by G0VJG. The website will be fully running by tomorrow with our info. Due to solar minimum we have published some operating frequencies so people know where to expect us. The journey is long so we expect to be on...

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A25MC – Botswana

Mark, G4RCD is active as A25MC from Gaborne, Botswana until March 16th. Participation in the upcoming RSGB Commonwealth Contest (BERU) taking place March 12-13. QSL via H/c. FIRST FOR DX NEWS –...

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A25GR – Botswana

Gopan, M0XUU will be active from Kasane and Gaborone, Botswana as A25GR between December 22-30, 2015. QRV holiday-style on 40-17m, CW/SSB. QSL via H/c. FIRST FOR DX NEWS – DX-WORLD.NET

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A25GF – Botswana

Gert, ZS6AYU will be active again from Botswana as A25GF between March 20-22, 2015. QRV on 40-10m, CW. Possibly 6m. QSL via H/c. FIRST FOR DX NEWS – DX-WORLD.NET

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A25TQ – Botswana

Jim, N6TQ will be active from the Lotsane Safari Lodge in the Tuli Preserve, Botswana as A25TQ between September 11-18, 2014. QRV on 160-6m. QSL via H/c. FIRST FOR DX NEWS – DX-WORLD.NET

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