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For general info, Atu Maui, T2AM, is the Director of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) for the government of Tuvalu and is a licensed amateur radio operator. Amateur radio operators visiting Tuvalu can contact him for their T2 operating license.
Atu’s equipment is a Kenwood TS-590S at 100 watts to a four-band dipole.
QSL via KK7L who has access to T2AM’s logs and hopes to get his logs to LoTW soon.
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