TJ3G - Cameroon
Roger G3SXW and Nigel G3TXF operated as TJ3G from Kribi in Cameroon from 2100z on Sunday 21 March through to about 0200z on Thursday 1 April 2004. 25,500 CW QSOs were made during this ten day operation. The QSO-by-band band breakdown for the eight bands used is shown below.

Roger G3SXW operated TJ3G on 80m-40m-20m-15m-10m.

Nigel G3TXF operated TJ3G on 30m-17m-12m. QSL via G3TXF

Click here to see and listen to the TJ3G video edited by Ian G3WVG.
80m
40m
30m
20m
17m
15m
12m
10m
Total
900
2,000
4,000
4,162
4,530
3,785
4,270
1,853
25,500
Roger G3SXW and Nigel G3TXF have been working hard on the QSLing for TJ3G.

By 15-Sep-04 Direct QSLs for 8,114 QSOs had been sent as well as 1,083 QSLs in reply to E-mail requests.

In addition 2,482 TJ3G cards have been sent to the main QSL Bureaux.

In total 11,679 QSLs (45.8% of QSOs) have already been sent - within six months of the TJ3G operation.

Please note : If you have requested a TJ3G QSL by E-mail and have not received an acknowledgement E-mail from G3TXF, please send your E-mail request again. Unfortunately some incoming E-mail QSL requests in May 04 were lost.

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QSOs with TJ3G can be checked using the G3TXF online QSO/QSL Database. More details on the TJ3G operation can be found in an article published in the UK's CDXC Digest.
QSLs via the Bureau : Fifty-one packages of QSLs were mailed to 50 different QSL Bureaux worldwide on 14 Sep 2004. These packages included many TJ3G QSLs. Packages of QSLs are mailed directly to each of the world's major QSL Bureaux several times each year. 20,000 TJ3G QSLs have been printed. 

The first 10,000 had the callsign in yellow, but the second 10,000 cards have the callsign in red.

Tnx to Gennady UX5UO for the QSL service.

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