Upcoming QRP, by DE3BWR and DD0VR from the Caribbean and Hawaii [Photo Update]

29 April 2017

Heli DD0VR informs DxCoffee readers:

“Hi to All!
Now we are in Kauai, in Kapaa, Castle Mokihana. Here all is well and I build after breakfast the antenna in first floor on balcony. In sun down I’ll go to the qrg’s to wkd some stations. Now we travel with our Mustang to north shore and enjoy the nature, pic follow.
Heli and Bigi”
 

I wkd here Lahaina Inn some australiens and E51DWC

Here pic from crater top highest point on Maui NP

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23 April 2017

Heli DD0VR informs DxCoffee readers:

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16 April 2017

Heli DD0VR informs DxCoffee readers:

“Hi to all! Aloha from the USS Bowin submarine in pearl habour . We stay in waikiki beach and no chacne for operation ,because too high buildings around …..Tomorrow we change to big Island and I hpe to be active there . Here on Oahu the most tourists Japaneses . The north shore is interesting with big waves for surfers . For 2.50 per person we can travel by the bus all over the island . In pearl habour are many boats , for example the USS Missouri , I wkd in the D Day contest last year from Bavaria . In the transmission room are very interesting things for hams , tubes , amplifiers and hafeautomatic bug s and keys . Hpe to see You soon all on the QRGs .Regards de Heli and Bigi , DD0VR and DE3BWR and Ciao Ciao !”

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3 February 2017

Heli DD0VR informs DxCoffee readers:

The equipment

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1 February 2017

Bigi DE3BWR and Heli DD0VR have informed us that they will operate QRP this winter from several Caribbean islands, starting off with Barbados, St. Lucia, Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe and then again Barbados. They have requested the licenses.

Then they will move to Hawaii, staying there from April 13 to May 2. They trip includes Oahu, Hawaii (the big island), Maui, Kauai and again Oahu. They will be active on all possible bands between 80 and 10 meters in the QRP CW portions and IOTA phone frequencies. They have chosen to go QRP to save weight, considering the 20 Kg. flight luggage limit. Their rig is a KX3 with KeyLogGo; their antennas are a vertical multiband dipole for 80 – 10 meters and a single element quad for 40 – 10 meters with 1:1 Balun. Space permitting they will also use their current DL1VU antenna. It will be possible to contact them during the trips on DE3bwr@t-online.de.

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