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Old 08-08-2016, 8:06 PM
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I'm not a ham operator, I enjoy SWL and occasionally listen to amateur radio stations. Tonight I heard a 20m RTTY CQ -- CO6RD --from Cuba. Where can I find his email/address? I live in Slidell, LA over 300 miles from Cuba.

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I'm not a ham operator, I enjoy SWL and occasionally listen to amateur radio stations. Tonight I heard a 20m RTTY CQ -- CO6RD --from Cuba. Where can I find his email/address? I live in Slidell, LA over 300 miles from Cuba.

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Thanks for the info and the picture.
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Thanks for the info and the picture.
The QRZ callsign lookup is an invaluable resource, and not just for hams and SWLs, either.

It's also available as an app for smartphones which has some nice features built in.
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I wish more people would use QRZ. Hopefully more and more will.
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