UPDATE #4 – The second round started at 05:40Z on 17th September 2013, one day earlier than the schedule. We hope that you have at least heard the XZ1Z signal from Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
Equipment for the second station had arrived at the station site in the morning of 18th, after an overnight run in heavy rain by land transport. We could successfully put up the new tri-bander and it had been working very good as well as the wire antennas for 160/40/30/17m. We now have two stations with three operators, JH1AJT Zorro, E21EIC Champ, and JJ1LIB Ted (he leaves Myanmar in the morning of 20th.)
I will update ClubLog as soon as I receive the logs, however, it may be a part of the logs. Please be patient.
UPDATE #3 – Zorro arrived Yangon last night and heading to Nay Pyi Taw this morning (XZ local time) while waiting the customs clearance of the additional equipment shipped this time. He will renew his operating more ›