Author: Alan 5B4AHJ.

The following wonderful press release is reproduced from the RSGB DX News Sheet #1394, dated 1989-12-06:

The following callsigns are known to have been active (from the Club Log QSO database):

VR200PI (this may be a busted call - it is believed that all nine stations had to sign VR200/ID where ID was the normal suffix of the station)

VR200PI/ID (this may be a busted call. The generic QSL gives the call as VR200PI/ID where ID is the normal suffix of the station)




VR200PI/VR also /VR6 - probably busted calls to fool logging software.


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