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PSK31 RTTY/Dig DXCC Challenge
Worked 35 122 193 190 316 256 271 218 239 329 324 275 101 208 1846
Confirmed** 31 115 171 173 302 232 251 197 227 328 322 263 75 193 1703

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*Note: All cards received direct without SASE, (2* Green Stamp or 1* IRC (NEW  2012 edition ONLY)) for return postage, will be returned via the Bureau system. Address listed below is always the most current!

Direct Postal Address for VK2CA is as follows:

A. Meredith

P.O. Box 890


NSW 2850


Previsous VK2NNN Current VK2CA Antennas at VK2CA
Tower 1 Mosley TW33-XL 3 Element Triband Yagi    100+ kph winds and this is the result - Tower collapses - mainly the A3WS bearing the brunt....bugga! 
 QSL card (until 1999) QSL card Tower 1 - X7 Cushcraft Yagi, A505S Cushcraft  6m Yagi, 40/80 Inverted Vees and 160m Double Bazooka Tower 2 - Mosley TW33-XL 12/17/30m
3 Element Yagi and 40/80m Inverted Vees 
Towers 1 & 2 - 13.7m Nally's - Wind up/tilt over  ...and after 100+ kph winds in Sept 2006 ...back up now though  

QSL Information for:  VK8ML, VK8CI,VK0BP, AX0BP, YJ0VK available here

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