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Contest Call "Kaunas University of Technology Radio Club"

LT44003 Kaunas
Lithuania, ly7a.team@gmail.com

EU
lithuania
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Call data

Last update:2015-05-01 11:36:03
QTH:LT44003, Kaunas
Continent:EU
Views:1281
Main prefix:LY
Class:Extra
Federal state:ly7a.team@gmail.com
Latitude:54.8980670
Longitude:24.0233350
Locator:KO24AV
DXCC Zone:146
ITU Zone:29
CQ Zone:15

QSL data

Last update:2015-03-31 12:30:49
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

50 Years of High-Level Contesting >>> http://contesting.at-communication.com/en/ly7a-amateurradioclub-kaunas-university/

Interview with Algis Kregzde, LY2NK >>> http://rc.ktu.lt/liet/interviu.htm

Former team base actions like call 4L7A, UP2A, RP3P, EW6V, RF3V.
Former call signs UP2KNP, UK2PCR, UP1BZO, LY2ZO.

1964-1970: KPI RC UK2KNP team, which won former USSR HF championships repeatedly.
1966-1985: Kaunas University of Technology RC team DXpeditions to the Republic of Georgia 4L7A, UF6A, EW6V, RF3V there.
1966: Lithuanian 4L7A team (9 operators), which won CQ WW DX CW m.o.s.t. and W3AOH World Cup.
1985: DXpedition RF3V m.o.m.t. (35 operators having over 15.000 lbs of equipment) to Suhumi, Georgia, which won again CQ WW DX CW m.o.m.t. and Hazard.

LY7A TEAM member (in this time current operators): LY2NK, LY3DA, LY4L, LY9A, LYR346, LY1SR, LY1FK, LY3BB, LY3HD, LY5Z, LY4AA, LY2DX, LY4G, LY2RJ, LY2MV, LY2J, LY1EE, LY5AA, LY1DI, LY2FU, LY2KJ, LY2K, LY2XW, LY3NUT, LY4Z, LY2BMX

Equipment

http://forum.qrz.lt/download/file.php?id=403

QTH on map: http://binged.it/11dKGEs

Other images

second pic
LY7A / LY7A almost all antenes on 160m, 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m bands, just such a small area
  

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