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CQ CQ D41CV remote operation
FT8 144.174 1000Hz.
Power 6 W FT8 GPS locked into a 5el


D41CV 2m FT8 ready for Transatlantic

Hi everyone,

at D4C there are experiments going on on 2m FT8.
Thanks to Mark EA8FF, D4C station was upgraded in a way that FT8 mode is manageable on remote. We run several hundreds of HF FT8 QSO signing D41CV.
Operators are now attentive to the next days tropo condx to operate the station as per the following information just released:

As there might be tropo across the Atlantic sometimes around next Tuesday onward, D41CV station (located in Cape Verde), WW Locator HK76MU will be attentive to any opening.

Please spread the info if anybody across has FT8 on 2.
D41CV remote crew will operate on
FT8 144.174 1000Hz. 
Power 6 W FT8 GPS locked into a 5el yagi.

WPX SSB 1st place world D41CV @D4C

Update of 11 Sept 2016:14241529_10157331211175542_2096539464939304932_o

Multi Multi category results

I am happy to announce our 1st place world achieved from the D4C contest station in Cape Verde with the callsign D41CV during the last CQ WPX SSB  contest on march 2016 in the Multi-Multi category.

Thank you K2RED for sponsoring the plaque





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