I had the pleasure of putting the D64K Comoros dxpedition into my log four times so far. Comoros is an island off the eastern coast of Africa. So far I have worked them on 15m SSB, 12m CW, 12m SSB and 10m SSB. Three of these four QSOs were made with just 100 watts of power, while 15m SSB was with 400 watts. All contacts were made with the MA5B minibeam.
The first QSO on 10m SSB was a broken call. They logged me as EI3KC, but within 40 minutes I had worked them a second time - again with 100w - and this time they had the call right !!
Comoros is my 265th DXCC. Not bad for a small station. I have not had much time for radio recently as the deadline for the completion of my new book approaches. I hope to give the draft manuscript to the publisher on Tuesday, all going well. In fact, I am still writing, even as I am trying to work Comoros !
Hopefully I will get D64K into the log a few more times before the dxpedition ends. You can see a video I made shortly after working them below: