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    VU7 - Laccadive Islands - January 2007
     
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Date  

Between January 15th and 25th 2007 Sigi, DL7DF, and Crew will be a part of a international DXpedition to Laccadive Islands - VU7.


 
Operation  

Several stations will operate from 160m through 10m on CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV.

     
   
   

 
Operators  

Sigi - DL7DF, Leszek - SP3DOI and Janusz - SP3CYY were a part of the International crew on Kadmat Site.


 
QSL
Info
  Each ITU Region has it's own QSL manager:
IARU Region 1 (EU, AF, Middle East and Northern Asia) QSL via DL4KQ
IARU Region 2 (NA, SA) Qsl via N2OO
IARU Region 3 (Asia-Pacific) Qsl via JA3UB

Please do not send any QSL requests to DL7DF. DL7DF has no logs and no QSL cards for VU7RG.

 
About
Laccadive Islands
 
 
Country name: Lakshadweep Islands - Laccadive Islands (smalest union terretoria of India)
The name of the archipelago literally translates as "hundred thousand islands" (laksha = "one hundred thousand", dweep = "island"). Until 1973, the island group was known by the anglicised name Laccadives (compare to Maldives and Suvadives) although the term Laccadives strictly only applies to central Lakshdweep with the northern Amindivi Islands and Minicoy to the south considered separate. This is reflected in the pre-1973 name of the union territory, Laccadive, Minicoy, and Amindivi Islands
Capital: Kavaratti
Location: Located in the Arabian Sea (between 8 - 12 13" north latitude and 71 -74 east longitude)
Area: 32,000 sq km
Climate: tropical monsoon
Terrain: It consists of twelve coral atolls, three coral reefs, five banks, and numerous islets that lie between 200300 km off the coast of Kerala.
Population: 60,595 (2001)
Economy: Lakshadweep's gross state domestic product for 2004 is estimated at $60 million at current prices. Because of its isolation and scenic beauty, Lakshadweep is emerging as a great tourist attraction for Indians. This brings in a good amount of revenue, which is likely to increase. Since such a small region cannot support industries, the government is actively promoting tourism as a means of income.
Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lakshadweep
     

 
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