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(All pictures courtesy ZL7G website)

Our last full day of operation is now over. We continued with RTTY (2,900 QSOs now) and had hoped for one last grey line on 160m. However, thunderstorms over New Zealand and Australia meant that 160m QSOs on the morning of 9th were hard to come by.

Today we will dismantle all antennas, and are now QRT. Results of the DXpedition are here

The team leaves for Auckland early on 10th November, with long-haul flights back to the UK out of Auckland on 11th November.

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May 21, 2016 – Website here

February 16, 2016 – The “6G” team that operated from TX6G (Australs – 2014) and E6GG (Niue – 2015) will be on Chatham Island from 27 October to 10 November 2016. The location has excellent short and long path take off towards Europe where ZL7 is still high on the wanted list.

As in previous expeditions, operation will be 160-10m CW, SSB and RTTY, with up to four stations active at any one time using callsign ZL7G.

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