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Hamradio contesting from ED1R station (CQ WPX CW 2012)
Spain

Inside ham radio contesting station ED1R at CQ WPX CW 2012 contest. 27th May 2012.

http://www.ed1r.com/

http://www.cqwpx.com/

Copyright: David Cardeñosa
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送信日: 01/06/2012
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