Chris, F4WBN will be again active as 5U5U from Niger between 30 May and 16 June 2015. Activity will
be holiday style on 40-6 meters using SSB and some RTTY.
QSL via his home callsign direct.
“On 2015 I am 32 nd year of ham radio, I was first licensed as TR8SA in early 1983.
During the last years I have using many call signs in Africa : TR8SA (1983-1989, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2004), TR2A (1986-1989), TT8SA – TT0A(1990 – 1991), TY1SA (1986), 3C0A (1986), 3C2JJ (1999), D2SA – D3C (1992 – 1993), TU4EF – TU5AX (1994, 2013), 6W1QV – 6W1QV/PAF 045 – 6V1C (1995 – 1999), FH/TU5AX (2000), TT8DX (2000 – 2002), TZ9A (2005 – 2006), 5U5U (2006 – 2008, 2012) and TL0A (2008 – 2011).
For outside France activities I prefer direct QSL to my home address in France (F4WBN). When QSLing direct please include at least stamped current IRC or 2 green stamps to cover postage or more for donation.
Operator and QSL manager for 3C0A, 1986 Dx-pedition to Annobon Island (AF 039), and 3C2JJ, 1999 Dx-pedition to Corisco Island (AF 082).”
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