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Robert Morgan

GX11 1AA Gibraltar
Gibraltar

EU
gibraltar
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Call data

Last update:2016-08-03 13:25:28
Continent:EU
Views:621
Main prefix:ZB
Latitude:36.1041667
Longitude:-5.3750000
Locator:IM76HC
DXCC Zone:233
ITU Zone:37
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

20m
(58%)
17m
(26%)
40m
(9%)
15m
(8%)
10m
(1%)

Most used modes

CW
(82%)
SSB
(19%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2016-07-13 07:07:29
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:QSL STRICTLY ONLY VIA MØURX. Paper QSL ONLY via MØURX OQRS (Direct or Bureau), please see http://m0urx.com/oqrs. Please insure incoming bureau cards are marked "VIA MØURX" Digital QSL via LOTW is live for ZB2TT and ZB2TT/P, please be sure to use the /P

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QSL STRICTLY ONLY VIA MØURX.

Paper QSL ONLY via MØURX OQRS (Direct or Bureau), please see http://m0urx.com/oqrs. Please insure incoming bureau cards are marked "VIA MØURX"

Digital QSL via LOTW is live for ZB2TT and ZB2TT/P, please be sure to use the /P suffix if required as these are separate logs.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Rig: Yaesu FT-450D

Antenna: Buddipole

At the moment I mainly operate with either the Buddipole off the my balcony or portable around Gibraltar. Due to my position on the rock I can only work stations 190° - 340°, which limits me to NA,SA and Pacific Qsos. If you hear me with a decent signal in Europe or short path in asia, I am probably operating from the Gibraltar Amateur radio society.

Gibraltar is a 100% urbanized country, with a population density of 11,808 per square mile. We do tend to suffer from higher than usual levels of QRM, please be patient with me as I pull your call out of the noise.

  

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