The SEISA/Foundation for Global Children is pleased to announce our next activity as “Eritrea Project 2015”. As part of this project, we will conduct an amateur radio DXpedition from Asmara Eritrea, from March 6th to 17th, 2015.
We are very excited about this announcement as it has taken many months of careful planning and negotiations to bring about this amateur radio event. Our DXpedition call sign will be assigned to us upon our arrival in the capitol of Asmara.
We will use four transceivers consisting of two Elecraft K3 radios with the KPA500 amplifiers and two Kenwood TS590 transceivers with the ACOM 1010 amplifiers.
We will use beam antennas for the high bands (10-20 meters) and four verticals for the low bands (30-160 meters) We will try to work every area as much as possible.
Our QSL Manager is Tim – M0URX.
If you wish to make a donation via PayPal, our address is firstname.lastname@example.org (note-please do not send email to this address, it is for PayPal purposes only)
Thank you & 73,
SEISA/FGC Radio Team
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