Jan, PA2P, will visit Ethiopia for work from September 13th until September 24th2015. He will travel around the country.
When work and time permits, he will try to work from the clubstation ET3AA.
ET3AA is the only amateur radiostation in Ethiopia and is located at the Addis Ababa University, Insitute of Technology.
The admission policy for the premises of the university has become more restrictive since last year, but with the help of the telephone numbers of the students who man the clubstation, Jan should be lucky to activate ET3AA this time.
Keep an eye on the DX-Clusters; activation will be reported there.
More info regarding ET3AA can be found at: https://www.qrz.com/db/et3aa
QSL policy for this activation: via bureau PA2P.”
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