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OPDX 513 May 28, 2001

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The Ohio/Penn Dx 9acketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 513
BID: $OPDX.513
May 28, 2001
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF-80 BBS Cleveland, Ohio
Online at 440-237-8208 28.8k-1200 Baud 8/N/1

Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, W3UR & The Daily DX, K4VUD, WN3VAW, N4AA & QRZ DX, N4GN, N4PL, NT4TT, K8YSE, WA9YYY, CO8TW, DJ2PJ, DL1EK & DX News Letter, DL2VFR, DL8AAM, EA7FTR, EI4GK, F5NOD, G3XDV, G4KHU, GM4SUC, I2WIJ, I2YSB, JH4RHF, JI3DST, LU5FF, OH2BH, OH6LI, OH6NJ, ON4AAC, ON4ADN, RZ9OU, SP5UAF, SV1IO, UA9UAX, UX2RY, VE2MBS and VE3EXY for the following DX information.

According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 20/May, through Sunday, 27/May there were 228 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3C, 3D2, 3D2/r, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4U1I, 4U1U, 4W, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5U, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8Q, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9Q, 9V, 9Y, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C2, C3, C6, C9, CE, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, D6, DL, DU, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FP, FR, FW, FY, G, GD, GI, GM, GU, GW, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HC8, HH, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2, J6, J7, J8, JA, JT, JW, JX, JY, K, KG4, KH0, KH2, KH4, KH6, KH8, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OH0, OK, OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P2, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ7, PY, PY0F, PZ, S2, S5, S9, SM, SP, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T5, T7, T8, T9, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TL, TR, TT, TU, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9N, VP2E, VP2V, VP5, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XT, XU, XX9, YB, YI, YJ, YK, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZD8, ZF, ZK1/s, ZL, ZP, ZS
All 40 CQ Zones were available during the past week.
There were 55 ITU Zones available during the past week. ITU Zones that were not active are: 21,22,23,24,25, 26,31,34,35,43,58,59, 68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75,90

* PLEASE NOTE: The report "could" contain "Pirate/SLIM" operations. As always, you never know - "Work First Worry Later" (WFWL). OPDX InterNet Subscribers will receive an additional bulletin (due to its size) with a complete breakdown and "DXCC/Entities Chart of Activity".

Martin, 3C5J, continues to be very active from the oil platform in Equatorial Guinea, especially on 15 and 20 meters CW/SSB. It is great to see that he is an active operator, but he would please many if he could operate from the mainland for a few days so it wpuld count for DXCC. His main activity seems to be around 1300-1630z and again between 0530 and 0830z. QSL via MW0BRO.

CF2/CG2/VC2, CANADA (Special Prefixes)
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the "Radioamateurs du Quebec, Inc." (RAQI), Canadians have obtained from Industry Canada permission for all VA2/VE2s to use a special commemorative prefix. Effective from June 15, 2001, to July 15, 2001, all holders of callsigns with VE2 prefixes may use the special prefix CG2, and holders of VA2 prefixed callsigns may use the special prefix CF2. Daniel A. Lamoureux, VE2KA, president of the RAQI, also reports that they have obtained from Industry Canada a special callsign which can also be used between June 15th and July 15th. This callsign is VC2A, which can be used by an individual or group. Look for this callsign probably in contests. For more details and the latest RAQI bulletin, check the Web page at:


Ed, NT4TT (ex-AH2BE/KH9, KB6DAW/KH2/KH9, HL9MM, 8P9GI and HZ1AB), announced at the Dayton HamVention that starting this year in memory of those who loved Ed, W2MIG, he was sponsoring the CQ WPX Mulit Single Asia Plaque. Ed considered "MIG" a friend and appreciated all the help he gave him working the Carribean while he was out on some of Ed's (NT4TT) DXpeditions. Ed also sponsors the CQWW Multi Asia Plaque in memory of his ex-QSL Managers AA6BB and KA6V who have passed on due to cancer.

Charly, W4VUD, continues to be active from here as HS0ZCW. He was heard this past weekend in the CQ WPX Contest. However, he reported this past weekend to "Please tell everyone...NO OPERATION ALLOWED ON THE WARC BANDS IN THAILAND. I am still getting requests for WARC contacts. NOT LEGAL IN THAILAND!!!"

ILLW/2001 WEEKEND (Update)
Mike, GM4SUC, reminds everyone that the Inter- national Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend will take place from 0001z on Saturday, August 18th through 2359z on Sunday, August 19th. Already over 100 stations have confirmed their participation from either a lighthouse, lightship or maritime beacon. You can find the list of stations at:

Have a look and see if your station is mentioned and that the details are correct. If you have any questions or if there are any errors, please notify Mike at: gm4suc@compuserve.com

AS-147. Takeshi, JI3DST, will be active from Okushiri Island (Okushiri- cho Okushiri-gun Hokkaidou) starting 0700z, June 2nd through 0200z, June 5th. His callsign will be JI3DST/8. Activity will be on 17/15/12/10/6/2 meters SSB. He requests to QSL ONLY via the bureau. Direct QSL will be mailed later.

EU-007. Sean/EI4GK and Declan/EI9HQ hope to operate from the Blasket Islands between June 1st and 3rd using the call signs EJ4GK and EJ9HQ. Operations will be mainly SSB on all bands 80-10 meters. QSL to home calls direct or via the Bureau.

EU-017. Stromboli Island will be activated by a group of Italians from May 31st through June 3rd using the special callsign ID9S. Operations will be on 160/80/40/20/15/10/6 meters in addition to 2 meters and 70 cm. Other reference numbers for this island are: I.I.A. (Italian Island Award) - ME 16, W.A.I.P. (Worked All Italian Provinces) - MESSINA (ME), and WW Locator - JM78. QSL Manager is IZ0EUI.

EU-037. Guenter, DL5CX, will be signing SM7/DL5CX from the Kalmar District, June 9-16th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters CW/SSB/PSK31/RTTY. QSL via home call.

EU-174. Frank, ON4AAC, reports that they will use the special callsign J48T on the Greek island Thassos now through June 3rd.

EA-184. A group of Finnish opeators will be active from Hailuoto Island as OH6AW/8 between June 29th and July 5th. Operations will be on HF, 6m, 2m and 70cm. Operators are Pertti/OH6HJE, Jarno/OH6NJ, Markku/OH6UV and Juha/OH6MTG.

NA-057. Ray, WA9YYY, will be operating as HR6/WA9YYY from Roatan Island, Honduras, from June 16-23rd. His primary bands will be 20 and 12 meters, mostly CW. His rig will be a FT-900 (and a memory keyer) to wire antennas up in the palm trees. QSL to his home callsign; bureau cards are OK.

OC-046. Kaoru, JA3MCA, will be on Tahiti from May 27-29th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters CW/SSB. QSL via JA3MCA.

Bob, I2WIJ, reports that he will be active from here July 23rd through August 6th. He will also participate in the 2001 IOTA Contest as J49R as a 24H CW 100w DXpedition entry. Activity outside the contest will be mostly SSB and on WARC bands. He hopes to be able to have a 160m dipole up, even if conditions in July may not be so good for that band. For more info and news, check his web site at:


Remember to look for JW0PK next weekend (June 1-9th) to be active from a rare Artic IOTA in the Spitsbergen's Coastal Islands (EU-063). The island is called Prins Karls Forland. Activity will be on all bands and modes. For more details, please refer to OPDX.509. QSL via SP5DRH. QSLs via the bureau are ok. If you prefer direct, QSL via: Mr. Jacek Kubiak, P.O.Box 4, 00-957 Warszawa - Poland.

The Nieuwpoort Lighthouse (BEL-004) will be activated for the very first time during the coming "Lighthouse-Lightship" weekend (August 18-19th), by ON4ADN, ON4CJK, ON5FP, ON6HH, ON1DPX and some other operators. They have been granted the special callsign OS4LHN. Activity will be on all bands (80-10 meters) mainly SSB and CW. QSL goes to ON4ADN, either direct or through the UBA bureau. There will be a multi-color QSL. All replies to direct QSLs will be posted in Nieuwpoort and will bear the special "Nieuwpoort Lighthouse" postmark wich can be considered as a real collector's item. QSL Manager Geert, ON4ADN, states that he only needs reply postage, no envelope, and of course your address.

DL5FF/OH0JWL (Peter) and DJ2PJ/OH0JWH (Hadi) will be in their log cabin on the Aland Islands (in JP30TF), from June 10-22nd. Activity will include all bands, CW, PSK31, RTTY, and SSB. Special attention will be given to 50 MHz with 90 watts into a 6 element yagi. QSL only to their German callsigns, NOT via the OH0 Bureau!

A united team of OH and JA operators are planning an operation from here during the 2001 IARU Contest. Activity will be from July 12-16th. Operators listed are: OH1VR/Seppo, OH1NX/Timo, OH1TX/Jaakko, OH0RJ/Lasse, JH1ARJ/Massy, JP1NWZ/Yo, OE1ZKC/JH4RHF/Jun and JR4PMX/Hiro. The contest callsign will be OJ0U. Outside of the contest operators will use OJ0/homecall (before and after the contest). Three stations will be active with activity on 160-6 meters CW/SSB/RTTY (possibly SSTV). QSL Manager for OJ0U will be JP1NWZ. For all others, QSL via their home callsign for other individual callsign.

A station signing P5DX was having a real fun time this week with many individuals chasing him/her on 40/20/15 meters CW. Save your green stamps on this one!

Last week OPDX received a request to find out, "What is the QSL status of FT5WH?" According to Gil, F5NOD, a F6KDF Club member and Chairman of the "Lyon DX Gang" Association, states all QSLs that were received direct have been sent (a long time ago...). They received a batch of monthly FT5WH QSL requests, and they answered them. A big batch of bureau QSLs had also been sent some months ago. So, the log is still open and you can resubmit a QSL if you didn't receive yours. QSL via F6KDF.

QSL 4G1A, which was active in the CQ WPX Contest, to VE7DP or DX1CW (the CW Philippines in Manila).

5U7JK's LOG is now available on Silvano's, I2YSB, Web page at: http://digilander.iol.it/i2ysb

Juan, CO8TW, states that his CQ WPX Contest log is available on the Web at: http://www.qsl.net/co8tw/ He was active as a Single Band (20m)/Low Power entry.

Javi, LU5FF, participated in the CQ WPX CW Contest as LQ0F on 10/15/20 meters. QSL via LU5FF.

NOT THE QSL MANAGER. Silvano, I2YSB, reports that he has been receiving QSLs for 3D2AG/p and Z21CS. He is NOT the QSL Manager for these stations. QSL both these stations to their CBA.

OG3M/0 was active on all bands in the CQ WPX CW Contest from Aland Islands. All QSLs will be sent via the bureau, no card needed. If a direct QSL is wanted, send request via OH1VR's home address: Ojakatu 3A18, 33100 Tampere, Finland.

OH0B was active from Aland Island in the CQ WPX CW Contest as a Multi- Single category. There were three stations on the air manned by young operators and old-timers. Operators were OH2BH, OH2JTE, OH2MM, OH2PM, OH2TA and OH8SR. QSL OH0B via OH1BV.

OH0V was active on all bands in the CQ WPX CW Contest. QSL via OH6LI: Jukka Klemola, Aarontie 5, 31400 SOMERO, Finland or via bureau.

Igor, RZ9OU (Asiatic Russia - CQ zone 18), was active as RG9O in the CQ WPX CW Contest as an All Band/Low Power category. QSL via home call. Bureau cards are OK, send direct QSL to: Igor Naumov, P.O.Box 69, Novosibirsk-90, 630090, Russia.

Fran, EA7FTR, informs OPDX that he is now the QSL Manager for Ratul, S21RA, in Dhaka Bangladesh, and Andrew, 5Z4FT (he has the previous log for 5Z4FT). Send QSL to the bureau or direct to: Francisco Liyez Suero, Asturias 23, 21110, Aljaraque, Huelva, Spain.

Oleg, UA9UAX, reports that operators Vladimir/EY8HB, EY8AV, Nodir/EY8MM and a group of mountaineers are planning to be active/work from one of the anonymous mountains on the Pamirs (near Sarez lake), July 3rd. They will only be active for ONE hour from the peak (5800-5900m above sea level). Operations will be on SSB on 40 or 20 meters using an IC-706MK2G. INTERESTING NOTE: After the expedition, the mountain will be named "Radio Amateur's Peak"!

George Vernadakis, SV1AB (ex F9QN), became a "SK" on May 24th, 2001. George was born in Paris in the twenties and stayed in Marseilles, France, as F9QN until the mid-fifties. Then, he settled in Athens, Greece, as SV1AB and became a pionneer and a well known DXman on RF and mainly on VHF/UHF all modes and ways. He was an excellent technician as well and a founder of the "Radio Amateur Association of Greece" (RAAG: a IARU member), which he presided over during several years. OPDX and its readers would like to send out our deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

The RSGB LF Group reports: "Listeners may be aware that the UK Royal Navy are celebrating the Centenary of the Royal Navy Submarine service with a gathering of UK and overseas submarines in the Clyde. This year is also the 75th anniversary of operation of the GBR transmitter (Rugby). As part of this celebration 'It is hoped' that a special A1A Morse code transmission from the GBR long wave transmitter will be made. For those with an interest in VLF reception please listen to 16kHz (yes 16 not 60kHz!) on Tuesday, May 29th, 2001, at 1200 GMT and 1345 GMT."

It has been reported that an Oceania DX Group is planning a DXpedition to this newest DXCC entity later this year, possibly in September. The plan is to have at least five stations active 24 hours a day on 160-6 meters CW, SSB and RTTY. Apparently, Bill Horner, VK4FW, is heading up the group and is looking for operators. If interested, contact him at: vk4fw@spiderweb.com.au

Operators Andy/UX2RY, Alex/UY2RO, George/UY2RA, Irina/UY2RY, Witaly/UX2RV, Yuri/UT0RW, George/UY5XE, Eugen/US5UM, Vlad/U5UG, Vlad/UR4UKV and others will operate as UR4RZA/p from Pravednyi Island (not IOTA, UIA DN 051 [newone]) on June 14-17th. Activity is expected to take place on 80-10 meters CW/SSB and also the satellites. QSL via UX2RY either direct (Andy Asriyanz, P.O.Box 14, Slavutich-3, Kiev obl., 07100, Ukraine) or through the bureau.

Tom, 3W7CW, has confirmed that his callsign has been recently used by a PIRATE (i.e. on May 19th, 2001 on 18073 kHz, starting around 2200z). Tom has been QRT for the past several weeks due to a relocation from Hanoi to Saigon. His antennas at the new QTH will be ready in/around September-October. Tom will change his prefix from 3W7 to 3W5, so look out for him as 3W5CW.

Nenad, VE3EXY, is now active as VE3EXY/2. He started a day late than expected, however, he will be staying a day later than expected (May 29th, 1200z).

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From: "Ari Korhonen" {ari.korhonen@kolumbus.fi}
To: "Editors" {editors@n4gn.com}
Subject: WRTC2002 Press Release #2
Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 18:07:59 +0300
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Finances Of WRTC2002 and Great Success at Dayton Hamvention 2001.

The World Radiosport Team Championship, WRTC, the "Olympics" of international Amateur Radio contesting, will take place in Finland in July 2002. WRTC 2002 is being organized jointly by Contest Club Finland (CCF) and The Finnish Amateur Radio League (SRAL). These periodic WRTC events bringing together over fifty (50) teams comprised of the "Best of the Best" contest operators from around the world for a week of super-charged operating skills competitions. The WRTC is organized around an on-the-air competition among two-person teams. By bringing the competitors together in one geographical area and providing equal operating conditions (antennas, power etc), the variables normally associated with a radio contest are neutralized, thus the operating skills are emphasized.

Finland, arguably the world=92s leading communications technology powerhouse, has several unique and innovative technical projects underway. These projects will result in technology being employed during the games that virtually insure that a worldwide Amateur Radio audience can participate "on the air" with the WRTC competitors during this exciting 24-hour operating event while they also watch the results on the world-web almost on a real-time basis.

Financing an undertaking as large as a World Radiosport Team Championship is a tremendous challenge. These competitions are expensive to put on and are totally dependent upon financial support from thousands of individual contributors and a limited number of commercial sources. WRTC2002 will be more expensive than any precious competition since modern Finland is a rather expensive country. The Amateur Radio operators in Finland, naturally, have assumed that a great deal of support will be forthcoming from the Amateur Radio community throughout the world. The WRTC2002 budget is calculated to be USD 200K. The Organizing Committee was able to raise USD 100K before committing to the event. Dedicated efforts to raise the remaining USD 100K are now underway.

One of the first such efforts took place May 17-20 at the Dayton Hamvention 2001. The renowned Dayton Ohio event regularly brings together about 25,000 Amateur Radio operators from all over the world with interests in all aspects of the hobby. Large number of those in attendance are always Contesters and DXers, without a doubt some of the most active and energetic individuals in the hobby. Many of these Contesters and DXers, some previous competitors in past WRTC events, volunteered to work along side the WRTC 2002 USA Representatives manning various fund raising activities this year. We are pleased to announce that the Contesters and DXers who came together in Dayton took time out of their socializing to dig into their wallets and made generous financial contributions totaling over USD 5000. Those dollars provide a great start down the path to obtaining the tens of thousands of dollars still needed for the competition in Finland just a little over a year away.

We would like to thank the following individuals who worked hard making the Dayton fund raising effort a success: John K1AR, Doug K1DG, Len K1NU, Ted KR1G, Al KD1EA, George W1ZT, John W2GD, Bud WF2B, Mike N2MG, Bob K3EST, Tim K3LR, Eric K3NA, Al N3AD, Jim N3BB, Steve W3SM, Jim K4OJ, Doug N6TQS, Bruce W6OSP, Ron K8NZ, Steve N8BJQ.

The Organizing Committee would like to use this opportunity to make a call for further support from all interested corporations, clubs or individuals. Official letterhead documents from the Organizing Committee can be provided to assist commercial enterprises with the documentation they may require to make a donation. The Northern California DX Foundation, (NCDXF), has kindly agreed to assist by processing USA donations. Checks or Charge Card donations that are made out to NCDXF (for WRTC Project) are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law for USA taxpayers. All cash, check and VISA/MC/AMEX donations from the USA can be sent direct to:
NCDXF, c/o Rusty Epps, W6OAT
651 Handley Trail
Redwood City, CA 94062

Our WRTC2002 USA representatives will also gladly help facilitate the processing of your donation. They are also available to take part in activities that are intended to support WRTC 2002. Please feel free to contact our USA representatives for assistance.
Your contacts are:
Jeff, Briggs K1ZM USA East K1ZM@aol.com
Bob Allphin, K4UEE USA South MAllphin@aol.com
Dennis Motschenbacher, K7BV USA West K7BV@aol.com.

All donations from outside the United States can be sent directly to a WRTC2002 bank account as indicated on the official WRTC2002 website


An entertaining and informative video produced by Dave Bell W6AQ vividly projects the excitement and intensity of a WRTC event. His professional video report on WRTC 2000, which was held in Slovenia, will be available soon through the ARRL website http://www.arrl.org.

                       AB5K AR-Cluster Network
                   DXCC/Entities Chart of Activity
             For the week of Sunday, 20/May - Saturday, 26/May

        Nmbr   Nmbr              Band of                Days of
DXCC  Stations Spots            Activity               the Week       Modes
----  -------  -----  -----------------------------  -------------  ----------
3A         8     50   160.     .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3B6        1      1                  .17.                   .F.     CW.   .RTTY
3B8        4     22            .30.20.  .15.12.10.    .T. .T.F.S.S  CW.   .RTTY
3B9        1     17               .      M. .W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3C         2     41               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3D2        1      6               .20.               M. .W.         CW.SSB.RTTY
3D2/r      1      1               .20.                    .T.
3V         3     68      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.        .T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
3W         6     29               .20.17.15.         M.   .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4J         7     17               .20.17.15.  .10.   M.T.   .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4L        18     35               .20.17.15.  .10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4S         7     43            .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4U1I       1      6                           .10.          .F.S.   CW.   .RTTY
4U1U       2      3                           .10.        .T.F.     CW.   .RTTY
4W         2      8               .20.           .6  M.T. .T. .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
4X        46    154   160.  .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5A         2     30                     .     .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5B        19    185   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5H         1     34   160.     .         M. .W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5N        10     26         .  .10.      .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5R         8     43         .40.     .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5U         1      2                     .15.                  .S.     .SSB.
5X         5     42                  .17.15.  .10.    .T. .T. .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
5Z         3     13                  .17.  .12.10.        .T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
6W         1      2                     .15.            .W.   .S.     .SSB.
6Y        18    241      .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
7Q         4     22                     .15.     .6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
7X         7     76               .      M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
8P         3      3                     .15.          .T.     .S.     .SSB.
8Q         1      2                     .15.            .W. .F.       .SSB.
8R         3      7         .40.        .15.  .10.    .T.W.     .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9A        71    211  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9G         4     69            .  .10.   M. .W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9H        32    146               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9J         4     35         .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9K         8     66               .20.17.15.  .10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9L         0      0
9M2        8     40         .  .10.6     .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9M6        6    218         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9N         4     18                     .15.12.10.    .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9Q         3     21                  .17.  .12.10.        .T. .S.S  CW.   .RTTY
9V         7     31               .20.17.15.     .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9Y         7     12               .20.  .15.  .10.6     .W.T.F.S.S    .SSB.
A2         1      6               .20.                          .S    .SSB.
A3         2      2                     .15.         M.       .S.   CW.   .RTTY
A4         6     36               .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
A5         2      3               .20.  .15.  .10.          .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
A6         2      2         .40.        .15.              .T. .S.     .SSB.
A7         2      4               .20.           .6     .W.T.F. .S    .SSB.
A9         2      2   160.              .15.            .W.   .S.   CW.   .RTTY
AP         6     68               .    .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
BV        22     57      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
BY        40    125         .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
C2         1      1               .20.                      .F.       .SSB.
C3         3      9               .20.        .10.        .T.F. .S    .SSB.
C6         5     20                     .15.     .6     .W. .F.S.     .SSB.
C9         3     10               .20.17.15.  .10.    .T.W.   .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
CE        18     32         .40.     .17.15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CE9        3     11               .20.17.15.          .T.   .F. .S    .SSB.
CM        31    114      .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CN        14     92      .80.     .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CP         6     22      .80.     .   M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CT        45    177         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CT3        6     29               .20.  .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CU        14     44               .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CX        33    110      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
D2         3     26                     .15.  .10.      .W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
D4         3     17               .20.17.15.         M.T.W.T.F.S.     .SSB.
D6         2      2                           .10.        .T.         .SSB.
DL       300    630  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
DU        19     46               .  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA       221    635      .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA6       26     89   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA8       28    110                  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA9       11     94         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EI        32     95      .80.     .20.17.15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EK        11     71            .  .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EP         5     13               .20.  .15.          .T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ER        14     58      .80.40.  .20.17.15.         M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ES        28     97         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ET         1      5                     .15.            .W. .F.       .SSB.
EU        26     74      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EX        10     78   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EY         9     56         .  .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EZ         3      3                     .15.  .10.          .F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
F        236    580  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FG         9    129         .40.  .20.  .15.12.10.      .W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
FJ         1      1               .20.               M.               .SSB.
FK        12     24         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FM        13     86      .80.40.  .  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FO         3     37      .80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.      .W. .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
FP         3     86               .20.17.15.                .F.S.     .SSB.
FR         9     34            .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FW         2     20               .20.  .15.  .10.   M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FY         2     11               .20.  .15.12.10.            .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
G        205    553      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GD         7     32               .20.  .15.     .6  M. .W. .F. .S    .SSB.
GI        23     45      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GJ         4     10                              .6     .W. .F.S.     .SSB.
GM        45    100         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GU        22     70         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GW        29     58      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HA        44    117   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HB        47     88         .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HB0        6     15         .40.  .20.17.                 .T. .S.   CW.   .RTTY
HC         6     62         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HC8        9    374   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HH         1      1               .20.                      .F.
HI         2      6               .20.  .15.  .10.          .F.S.S  CW.   .RTTY
HK        10     22            .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HK0/a      2      9            .30.20.17.     .10.        .T.   .S  CW.   .RTTY
HL        59    122         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HP         8     12            .     .6  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HR         3      4               .20.17.     .10.        .T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HS        13     76         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HV         2     11                  .17.15.            .W.   .S.     .SSB.
HZ         7     52               .20.  .15.     .6  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
I        363    971  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
IS        30     95      .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
J2         7     48                     .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
J6         5     12               .20.17.     .10.    .T.   .F.S.S    .SSB.
J7         2      3                     .15.            .W.           .SSB.
J8         2     62            .30.20.17.  .12.10.   M.T.W.T.   .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JA       202    389   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JT         6     24         .40.  .20.17.15.     .6  M.   .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JW        11     66            .      M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JX         1      2                     .15.                  .S.
JY         5     55      .80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6       .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
K        726   1460  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KG4        9     13                           .10.6         .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KH0        3     13                  .17.15.12.             .F. .S    .SSB.
KH2        7     64         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6     .W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KH4        1      1                     .15.                  .S.     .SSB.
KH6       23     79      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KH8        1      2                     .15.     .6           .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KL        20     79      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KP2        4     13                     .15.     .6           .S.S    .SSB.
KP4       23     70      .80.  .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LA        94    189            .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LU       101    342      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LX        15     35         .40.  .20.17.15.     .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LY        29    109  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LZ        58    151   160.80.     .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OA         5     55         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.    .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OD        14     82               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OE        62    123         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OH        71    242  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OH0        3     58   160.  .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.          .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OK        72    160      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OM        27     73         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ON        64    143  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OX         7     38                  .17.15.     .6  M.T.W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OY         2     17         .40.  .20.  .15.          .T.     .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
OZ        65    222  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
P2         5     39   160.     .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
P4        13    191      .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PA        94    179      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PJ2        2     39         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.      .W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PJ7        1      4                     .15.              .T.F.       .SSB.
PY       120    565  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PY0F       5     88         .   .T.W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
PZ         4     29            .      .W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
S2         1      1                     .15.          .T.             .SSB.
S5        62    150      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
S9         1      5                     .15.  .10.          .F.S.     .SSB.
SM       108    360      .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SP       131    244      .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SU        14    107         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SV        55    156   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SV5       10    114      .80.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SV9       13    124            .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
T5         1      1                           .10.            .S.   CW.   .RTTY
T7         9     39         .40.     .17.15.  .10.6  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
T8         1      1                           .10.              .S    .SSB.
T9        26     95   160.80.40.  .20.17.15.     .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TA        21     98      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TF        14     56      .80.40.  .20.  .15.     .6  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TG         6      9         .40.  .20.  .15.12.10.   M. .W. .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
TI        24    134      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TK        11     75         .40.  .20.17.15.          .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TL         1      4                           .10.          .F. .S  CW.   .RTTY
TR         6     30               .   M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TT         4     51         .40.30.20.  .   .T.W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TU         4     22               .20.  .15.  .10.      .W.   .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UA       167    449  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UA2       10     20   160.80.40.  .20.  .15.12.      M. .W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UA9       88    252      .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UK        13     32               .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UN        25     59      .80.     .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UR       121    335   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V2        12    149         .40.  .     .W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
V3         1      4               .20.                          .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V4         4     18         .40.  .20.  .15.          .T.W.     .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V5         3     22               .20.  .15.12.10.   M.T.W. .F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V7         3      8               .20.  .15.            .W.   .S.S    .SSB.
V8         3     14               .20.  .15.              .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VE        88    242   160.80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VK        84    171  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VK9N       2      8            .30.20.  .15.  .10.      .W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
VP2E       1      6                           .10.    .T.   .F.       .SSB.
VP2V       4      8               .20.     .12.  .6         .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VP5        3     71      .  .15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
VP8        1      1                              .6         .F.     CW.   .RTTY
VQ9        5    141         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VR         9     33      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VU        26     88         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
XE        24     38         .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
XT         1      6                           .10.              .S    .SSB.
XU         4     19               .20.17.15.              .T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
XX9        3     58               .        .T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
YB        50    187      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YI         8     39               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.     .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
YJ         1      2               .20.                        .S.     .SSB.
YK         4      6               .20.  .15.12.  .6  M.     .F.S.S  CW.   .RTTY
YL        18     67      .80.     .20.17.15.     .6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YN         2     13                     .15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.     .SSB.
YO        46    128               .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YS         4     13                     .15.  .10.6   .T.   .F.S.     .SSB.
YU        69    207   160.80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YV        15     51         .40.  .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
Z2         8     27               .20.  .15.  .10.6   .T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
Z3        12     69   160.  .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZA        11     40               .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZB         6     31               .   .T.W.T.F.S.S    .SSB.
ZC4        4     77      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZD7        5      9               .20.17.15.  .10.   M.   .T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZD8        7     30               .20.17.15.  .10.6   .T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZF         3     23         .            .W. .F.S.   CW.   .RTTY
ZK1/s      4    146         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZL        36     85      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZP        14     55         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZS        32     85         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
Tot Stations: 6204  Tot Spots: 20480  Spotter of the week: KM4PW (250 spots)

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