During my stay in Ecuador I was able to operate two days under my US Callsign as HC2/AL1O. Special thanks to my host Alberto, HC2AQ who offered me his shack. Within two days, 1700 QSOs found their way into the log.
Read on for pictures, online log & QSL information.
During my stay I tried to work on all bands from 10m down to 80m. I had great pileups on 15m and 20m from JA and the US. In the evening I enjoyed very much the operation on 80m CW. During the time of the European sunrise (06:00Z – 08:00Z) I worked EU, NA, JA and ZL at the same time!
Online Log & LoTW
Thanks to everyone who gave me a call. The check your callsign in the online log below. The log will soon be submitted to LOTW as well.
Check out the Log & request your QSL card here
In case you are interested in a QSL card please request it through the Clublog OQSL system. The more expensive way is to send it to my address. If you can wait, then send it through the buro via my German Callsign DH1TW.
Here are a few pictures of the operation:
DH1TW operating CW on 80m with a Kenwood TS-450 and a SB-220.
My host Alberto, HC2AQ (right) and me (left)