The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 737
November 28, 2005
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF-80 BBS Cleveland, Ohio
Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, K1XN & GoList, NG3K, W3UR & The Daily DX, K4VUD, N4AA & QRZ DX, NN7A, K8YSE, N0KE, W0TT, DL1EK & The DX News Letter, F5NQL & UFT, G3SWH, G4EDG, HB9BZA, I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, I2YSB, JI6KVR & JA-IOTA Islands News, OH2BN, OK1DOT, PA1AW, SP5UAF, VA3RJ & ICPO, VU2DSI and VY2UR for the following DX information.
EDITOR'S SPECIAL NOTICE
This week's bulletin was sent out earlier than normal to accommodate the late CQWW DX CW Contest announcements. Also, we wanted to provide the readers with a consolidated listing of the CQWW DX CW Contest participants.
DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT
According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Friday, 18th/November, through Friday, 25th/November there were 237 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4U1U, 4W, 4X, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5T, 5U, 5V, 5W, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7P, 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, C3, C5, C6, CE, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, DL, DU, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, F, FG, FH, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FP, FR, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H40, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HC8, HH, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2, J3, J6, J7, J8, JA, JD/o, JT, JW, JY, K, KG4, KH0, KH2, KH6, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OH0, OJ0, OK, OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P2, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ7, PY, PZ, R1MV, S5, S7, S9, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T5, T7, T8, T9, TA, TF, TG, TI, TJ, TK, TL, TR, TT, TU, TY, TZ, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK0M, VK9C, VK9N, VP2E, VP2V, VP5, VP6, VP8, VP8/h, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XU, YA, YB, YI, YK, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZD8, ZD9, ZF, ZK1/s, ZL, ZP, ZS
* PLEASE NOTE: The report "could" contain "Pirate/SLIM" operations or more likely a "BUSTED CALLSIGN". As always, you never know - "Work First Worry Later" (WFWL).
3D2/R, ROTUMA ISLAND
Operators Will/N7OU and Rob/W7YAQ will be active from here for the ARRL DX SSB Contest (March 4-5th) as a Multi-Single entry. They have received permission to stay on Rotuma and have made all of their travel reservations. They currently don't know their 3D2 callsigns yet.
Vakhtang (Vaho), 4L8A, will be active in the CQ WW DX CW Contest (November 26-27th) as a Single-Op/Single-Band (40m)/High-Power entry. QSL direct to 4L8A.
4U60, UNITED NATIONS HQ
The United Nations HQ station was on the air this past week using the callsign 4U60UN to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the United Nations. Operator was Masa, AJ3M. QSL via HB9BOU. They expect the next activity to be this coming Sunday, November 27th. Operator will be Seppo, OH1VR. Also, QSL via HB9BOU.
Alex, 5Z4DZ, will sign the unique callsign 5Z1A during the CQ WW DX CW Contest this weekend. He will be a Single-Op/Single-Band (20m) entry. QSL via PA1AW, Alex van Hengel, Bovenkruier 18, 2995CA Heerjansdam, The Netherlands. More info and logsearch after the contest will be available at:
Eight Italian operators will operate from Somalia for two weeks starting January 19th. Operators mentioned are: Alfeo/I1HJT, Silvano/I2YSB, Carlo/IK1AOD, Carlo/IK1HJS, Vini/IK2CIO, Angelo/IK2CKR, Marcello/IK2DIA and Adriano/IK2GNW. They will operate as 6O0N (in memory of Adam Nuur Maxamed Islam) with three stations on all bands SSB, CW and RTTY. QSL via I2YSB, direct (Silvano Borsa, Vle Capettini 1, 27036 Mortara, Italy) or by the bureau (E-mail requests for bureau cards can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org , a form is available on the Web site). The pilot for the operation will be Gianni, IS0VSG ( email@example.com ). Further information, updates, pictures and logs will be posted to:
6Y, JAMAICA (Update/Correction/Omission)
Kenny/K2KW and Tom/N6BT will be active from here between November 26th and December 5th. Their activity will include the ARRL 160M CW Contest (December 2-4th) as 6Y0A as a Multi-Single entry. They also report that they will be running a 2 element vertical array with 76' elements with top loading and a large radial field... this will be the biggest 160 array they have installed to date. They will be running 1200w. Kenny reported to the "TOP-BAND" group this week: "Most operations will be on 160m. Nightly into USA/EU, and then at sunrise for JA/Asia/Oceania. We'll be active a bit during the 2nd night of CQWWCW, and then all during the week. We'll do a M/S effort in the ARRL 160m contest, which is the main focus of the trip. Thanks to JA3AAW, this information has already been posted on the JA TopBand reflector, as we will make a special effort at our sunrise for JA and Asia. When targeting JA, we'll transmit on 1825.5, listening down 2."
Operators Andrea/IK1PMR and Claudia/K2LEO will spend the next five weeks on Gozo Island (EU-023) as 9H3MR and 9H3LEO, respectively, now through December 21st. Look for 9H3MR to be mainly on the lower bands CW, 20 meters and the WARC bands. Look for 9H3LEO to be on RTTY. They plan to participate in the CQWW CW Contest this weekend as well as other upcoming Contests (160m and RTTY). QSL via IK1PMR. Visit the following Web page for more info and updates:
AT0, INDIA (Special Event)
Arasu, VU2UR, informs OPDX that some VU amateurs will be active using the special callsigns like AT0JCB, AT2JCB, AT5JCB, etc......, all with the same suffix on or before/after November 30th. It will only last for a very short time. This is in celebration with the birth/anniversary of the Great Indian Scientist Acharya Jagadeesh Chandra Bose (JCB), who demonstrated wireless communication, much before G. Marconi. Watch out for these special stations and receive a special QSL card. ADDED NOTE: Dattatry, VU2DSI, informed OPDX that he will be active using the special callsign AT0JCB for 24 hours on November 30th. Suggested frequencies are as follows:
10m - 28510 and 28490 kHz 40m - 7090 and 7035 kHz 15m - 21310 and 21270 kHz 80m - 3780 kHzThe QSL info and address for VU2DSI is available on (QRZ.com).
Brian, ND3F, is expected to be active as C6AQQ this weekend rom Nassau (IOTA NA-001 and lighthouse WLOTA L-1115), New Providence, until November 29th. Activity will include the CQ WW DX CW Contest. QSL via his home callsign.
David, CT1DRB, will be active as CS1GDX during the CQ WW CW Contest as Single-Op/All-Band/Low-Power. QSL via CS1GDX, GPDX, Portuguese DX Group via the bureau.
CT3, MADEIRA ISLAND
Jose, CT1BOH, will be active as CT3EN in the CQWW CW Contest from the "Madeira Team's" station located near Funchal in Santo da Serra. This station was used last CQWW SSB Contest as CT3YA and previous results gave it a 1st place World Multi-Multi.
HS0, THAILAND (News]
Charles Harpole, K4VUD (currently HS0ZCW), states, "Remember that all regular HS stations are limited to small parts of the low end of 80m and 160m and only during contests... see RAST Web site for details." He also mentions that two HS RAST club stations are currently licensed to transmit on the WARC bands... HS0T and HS0AR at least through the end of this 2005 year.
AS-053. Operators Choon/E20HHK, Mann/E20NTS, Cy/HS0GBI, Winit/HS1CKC, Yong/HS4BPQ, Son/HS6NDK and Pong/HS9IFG will be active as HS0T from Ko Lanta Yai Island and lighthouse (WLOTA L-0946) between now and November 28th. Activity will be on 160-10 meters, the WARC bands included, CW, SSB, RTTY, SSTV and PSK31. QSL via HS6NDK (QRZ.com). AS-113. Steve/G4EDG and Jeff/G4ELZ will be signing /SV8 from a hilltop location on Kithira Island, December 4-11th. Activity will be CW only with two stations. They will be using a FT100 and a FT817 into G3HCT vertical and modified dipoles, running 100 watts output. QSL via G4ELZ.
KP2, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
Ken, WB2ART, will be active on St Croix, USVI, January 13-21st. Activity will be (mostly) PSK31 on 20 meters, but he can operate any band 40-10 meters. QSL via his callbook address with SASE.
OA, PERU (Update/Correction)
Daniel/DL5YWM and Eric/W0TT will operate from the Radio Club Peruano in Lima, from now through November 28th. Their callsigns will most likely be OA4/DL5YWM and OA4/W0TT. QSL via home calls. Additionally, they plan to operate OA4O or OC4O on all bands in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest. QSL via OA4O.
OH0, ALAND ISLAND (Update/Change)
Look for Ville, OH2MM, to be active as OH0E in the CQ WW DX CW Contest as a all band entry.
OJ0, MARKET REEF (Daily Reports Filed By Martti, OH2BH, From The OJ0 Trip)
Before and during the November 2005 Market Reef DXpedition (OJ0B & OJ0J), Martti, OH2BH, one of the participants, is filing daily reports from the area, reflecting his impressions and those of the other team members (OH2PM, OH2BO and OH0RJ) about each day's activities. For communicating his continuing stories, Martti is using his Nokia 6630 camera cellphone which also makes it possible for him to send high quality pictures. These are published on a daily basis, along with Martti's firsthand reports, on the Internet at this address:
QSL INFO AND NEWS
CURRENT NOMINEES FOR TOP 5 QSL MANAGER. John, K1XN, from the GoList has announced the following nominations as of November 21st: DJ2MX, DL7AFS, DL7CM, DL9ZB, EA4KB, EA5KB, EA7FTR, F6AJA, G3SWH, G3SXW, G3SXX, G3TXF, HB9BOU, I2MQP, IT9DAA, IT9YRE, IZ8CCW, IZ8CGS, IZ8FWN, JE1LET, K1BV, K2PF, K3PD, K8LEE, KB6NAN, KU9C, LU4DXU, M5AAV, N1WON, N2OO, N4AA, N4XP, N5FTR, N6RT, ON5NT, PA3GIO, RU6FZ, RW6HS, RZ3EC, UA3DX, UA4WHX, VE3HO, VE3XN, VK9NS, W2GHK, W3HNK, W5UE, WA3HUP, WA4JTG, WA4WTG, WV7Y and YB9BU.
U.S. POSTAGE GOING UP. Look for U.S. Postal rates to go up effective January 8th. Postal rates and fees will increase an average of 5.4 percent, the postal service announced Monday, November 21st. The price of first-class stamps will increase from 37 cents to 39 cents. Postage for postcards will increase a penny to 24 cents. It is the first postal rate increase since 2002. Airmail stamps will go from 80 cents to 84 cents. Please remember this increase when you are QSLing.
LOGBOOK OF THE WORLD. Robert, HB9BZA, informs OPDX that the Logbook of the World (LoTW) users list has reached 10,000 callsigns! He states, "The (unofficial) list I've been working on for several months just reached this important milestone. It can be downloaded at this URL:
NOT THE QSL MANAGER. Phil Whitchurch, G3SWH, informs OPDX that he has been receiving QSLs for Z21CA. He has never been the QSL Manager for this station.
R1MV, MALYJ VYSOTSKIJ ISLAND (MVI)
The R1MVW log search is now availableat: http://www.r1mvw.ra6lbs.ru/eng/log-search.php QSL via DK4VW (for direct cards - maildrop) or via the UA2 QSL Bureau. Anyone donating 100 USD will be listed on the QSL card. Also, a special color QSL will be available for anyone donating 5 USD with their QSL card.
SP, POLAND (Special Activity)
Tom, SP5UAF, reports on two upcoming special event stations to be active:
SP0TPAX - Look for special event station SP0TPAX to be active in December and then again in April. The activity is organized by the SP DX Club. Expect activity on all bands (LF, HF, VHF, UHF) on all possible modes. QSL via SP7DQR (by the bureau or direct). This activity is to celebrate the first Polish amateur radio contact to a HAM station from outside Poland in 1925. Tadeusz Heftman, using the call SP0TPAX, made a QSO with N0PM - it was a station from the Netherlands. A few months later, in April 1925, TPAX made a QSO with an American HAM who was using U1AAO as a callsign. PLEASE NOTE: Tom, SP5UAF, is look for any HAM who perhaps has any information about the historical callsigns N0PM or U1AAO. Contact Tom, SP5UAF, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SP80QSL - Look for SP80QSL to be active from December 1st through mid- January. This activity is organized by the Warsaw District of the PZK (Polish Amateur Radio Union). QSL via SP7DQR (by the bureau or direct). Activity is to celebrate the founding of the QSL Bureau in Poland. In 1925, Jan Odyniec and his brother Stanislaw (both non-HAMs, but did a lot for HAM Radio in Poland) founded the first QSL Bureau. Tom, SP5UAF, states, "As far as we know it was the first QSL bureau in the world. The first QSL bureau was helping to exchange QSL cards and it was also designing and printing QSL cards for Polish HAMs."
TI, COSTA RICA (Correction)
Phil, N0KE, reports that he had a "TYPO" in the information he sent out about the activity from the TI5KD station for the CQ WW DX CW Contest. In the contest, Phil plans to be active as TI5X mainly on 15 meters. He also mentions that Alan/K0AV will be active as TI5N on 40m (not 20m) and Martin/K2PLF will be active as TI5A on 20 meters.
Art, NN7A, will operate as V31JZ/p from South Water Caye, Belize (IOTA NA-180), January 11-15th. This will be a one-person operation with 100 watts, and a vertical and wire antennas. Operations will be CW on 40-10 meters including the WARC bands; some 80m and 160m. There will be some possible SSB activity on the 20/15 meters IOTA frequencies if conditions permit. IOTA NA-180 was opened as a new IOTA by Art and Mike Sharp, NG7S / V31RL, in February 1993. This will be Art's 6th operation from South Water Caye, and his 12th trip to Belize since 1988. QSL via NN7A, by the bureau or direct to: Art Phillips, P.O. Box 201, Flagstaff, AZ 86002 USA. There will be no on-line logs, and E-mail contact will not be possible while on the island.
ZK1, SOUTH COOK ISLANDS
Operators Bill/N7OU and Rob/W7YAQ will be active from Rarotonga, February 16-24th. They currently don't have their callsigns, but they have made their plane and hotel reservations for this DXpedition. Their activity will include the ARRL DX CW Contest (February 18-19th) as a Multi-Single entry. Outside of the contest, they will be on all bands 80-10 meters, mostly CW, but there may be some SSB too. More details are forthcoming as it gets closer to their operation.
------------------------------------------------------------------------ Contest DXCC CQZ Class QSL Callsign Entity Route ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3B8/OM3PC Mauritius 39 M/2 OM3PC 3DA0NW Swaziland 38 SOAB HP K9NW 4K7Z Azerbaijan 21 M/S UA3FDX 4L8A Georgia 21 SOSB 40M 4L8A Direct 4W3ZZ East Timor 28 SO W4DR Direct 4X6FR Israel 20 SOSB 40M 4X6OM 4X0G Israel 20 M/S W3GG 5J1W Colombia 09 M/S NN1N 5Z1A Kenya 37 SOSB 20M PA1AW 5Z4LS Kenya 37 SO LP G3RWF 6W1RW Senegal 35 SOAB HP F6BEE 6Y Jamaica 08 TBD WA4WTG 6Y3R Jamaica 08 SOAB OH3RB Direct 6Y7A Jamaica 08 M/2 KN5H 7X0RY Algeria 33 M/S OK1DYW 8P5A Barbados 08 SOAB HP NN1N 8Q7DV Maldives 22 M/? UA9CLB 9A1P Croatia 15 M/S 9A1UN 9M2CNC West Malaysia 28 M/2 9M2CNC Direct 9Y4AA Trinidad & Tobago 09 SOAB HP VE3HO A52CDX Bhutan 22 F9DK AH2R Guam 27 M/S JH7QXJ BV0J Taiwan 24 M/2 BW0IR C6AQQ Bahamas 08 SOAB LP ND3F C6AUR Bahamas 08 SOAB LP UR5DEM C6AWS Bahamas 08 SOAB LP W6SJ CN2R Morocco 33 SOSB 80M W7EJ CN2WW Morocco 33 SOSB 20M LotW CO6LPB Cuba 08 SOSB 160M EA7FTR CO8LY Cuba 08 SOAB LP EA7ADH CO8TW Cuba 08 SOSB 20M IZ8CCW CS1GDX Portugal 14 SOAB LP CS1GDX CS5BWW Portugal 14 SOSB CT1BWW CT3EN Madeira 33 SOAB HP CT3EN CT7T Portugal 14 SO2R CT1ILT CT8T Portugal 14 SOAB Buro Auto CT9A Madeira 33 SOAB LP OH6RX CU2A Azores 14 SOAB OH2BH CX5BW Uruguay 13 M/2 CX9AU Uruguay 13 SOSB 20M D44TD Cape Verde 35 SOSB IK2JUB E21IZC Thailand 26 SOAB LP E21IZC EA6IB Balearic 14 M/2 EA6IB CBA EA6DD Balearic 14 SOSB 20M EA6DD EA8/OH4NL Canary Islands 33 SOSB 40M OH2BYS EA8EW Canary Islands 33 SOAB HP Buro Auto EA8PP Canary Islands 33 SOSB 40M EA8AHB EA8ZS Canary Islands 33 M/S EA8ZS EY7AB Tajikistan 17 SOSB 15M EY7AB EY7AF Tajikistan 17 SOAB HP EY7AF EY8MM Tajikistan 17 SOSB 40M K1BV FP/K8DD St Pierre/Miquelon 05 M/M K8NA G4IIY England 14 M/S G4IIY G6PZ England 14 M/S M5AAV GD6IA Isle of Man 14 SOAB Direct GJ2A Jersey 14 SOAB HP K2WR GM0B Scotland 14 M/S GM0EGI HC8N Galapagos 10 M/2 W5UE HG8N Hungary 15 M/S HA8VK Buro HI3/SP9XCN Dom. Republic 08 SOAB LP SP9XCN HI3A Dominican Republic 08 AD4Z HI9L Dominican Republic 08 SO KU9C HK0FD San Andres Island 07 DK8FD HS0AR Thailand 26 M/S E21YDP HS0T Thailand 26 M/? HS6NDK HS0ZAR Thailand 26 SOAB LP K3ZO HS0ZCW Thailand 26 HS0ZDJ Thailand 26 W2YR HS0ZGH Thailand 26 SOAB LP G4UZN HS0ZGL Thailand 26 SOAB LP HS0ZGL Direct IG9A African Italy 33 SOSB 160M IT9GSF IH9P African Italy 33 M/2 KR7X IQ8DO Italy 15 SOSB 80M IZ8GCB IR2M Italy 15 SO IZ2FDU IR4X Italy 15 M/2 Buro IR7C Italy 15 SOSB 15M IZ7AUH IS0/OL5Y Sardinia 15 SOSB 80M OK1MG IS0/K7QB Sardinia 15 SOSB 160M IN3QBR IU1A Italy 15 SOSB 80M IK1SPR IU2R Italy 15 M/S IK2BCP J43F Greece 20 SM4DHF J45A Dodecanese 20 SOSB LY1DF J79CW Dominica 08 DL5CW JU1DX Mongolia 23 M/S JU1DX KH2/JA3EGZ Guam 27 SOAB JA3EGZ KP2/K3MD Virgin Islands 08 SOAB HP K3MD KP3Z Puerto Rico 08 SOAB WC4E KP4KE Puerto Rico 08 SOAB KP4KE L73E Argentina 13 SOAB LP L73E LN8W Norway 14 M/S LA9VDA LR2F Argentina 13 M/S LU2FA LU4DX Argentina 13 SOSB 15M EA5KB LX7I Luxembourg 14 M/S LX2AJ LY7A Lithuania 15 M/M LY2ZO LY7Z Lithuania 15 M/2 LY2TA LY Lithuania 15 SO Buro LZ5A Bulgaria 20 SOSB 40M LZ1NK LZ9W Bulgaria 20 M/M LZ1PM M8C England 14 M/? G4DFI MJ0ASP Jersey 14 SOAB F5SHQ MW5A Wales 14 SOAB G3TXF OC4O Peru 10 M/S OA4O OE2S Austria 15 M/2 OE2GEN OH1F Finland 15 SOAB OH1AF OH2BH Finland 15 SOSB 80M OH2BH OH5Z Finland 15 SOSB 40M Buro Auto OH0E Aland Islands 15 SOAB OH2MM OH0M Aland Islands 15 SOSB 15M OH1MM OH0Z Aland Islands 15 SOSB 160M W0MM OJ0B Market Reef 15 OH2BH OJ0J Market Reef 15 OH0RJ OM7M Slovakia 15 M/S OM3PA OM8A Slovakia 15 M/S OM2VL OT5W Belgium 14 M/? ON2AAC OZ5E Denmark 14 M/2 OZ0XX Denmark 14 M/2 OZ0XX P40A Aruba 09 WD9DZV P40L Aruba 09 M/S K5WW P40W Aruba 09 SOAB HP N2MM PJ2T Netherlands Antilles 09 M/? N9AG PJ5NA St Maarten 08 SOAB K1NA Direct PJ7/K7ZUM Sint Maartin 08 SOSB 15M K7ZUM PT5W Brazil 11 SOSB 40M PP5NW PZ5C Surinam 09 M/? PA7FM R1MVC Malyj Vysotskij 16 M/? UA2 Buro R3R Russia (Europe) 16 M/S Buro Auto RT9W Russia (Asia) 16 M/2 RZ9WWH RU1A Russia (Europe) 16 M/2 Buro RW2F Kaliningrad 15 M/S DK4VW RZ3AXX Russia (Europe) 16 SOSB 40M K1BV SN1I Poland 15 M/2 SP1NQF SN5M Poland 15 SOAB HP Buro ST0RM Sudan 34 SOAB LP T93Y SU8BHI Egypt 34 HA3JB HA3JB Direct T88AA Palau 27 M/? UA3DX T9/VE3ZIK Bosnia 15 SOSB 40M DL3PS TF4M Iceland 40 M/2 TI5N Costa Rica 07 SOSB 40M TM2Y France 14 M/S F6BEE TM4Q France 14 M/S F6FYA TX0P Mayotte 39 SOAB F6AUS TZ5A Mali 35 M/M G3SXW UA3R Russia (Europe) 16 M/S RN3RQ UA9MA Russia (Asia) 17 SOSB 80M Buro UU7J Ukraine 16 M/S UU0JM UV5U Ukraine 16 SOAB HP UX1UA V26K Antigua 08 SOAB LP AA3B V31TM Belize 07 SOAB Buro Auto VK2GC Australia 30 SOAB HP KU9C VK4AN Australia 30 SOSB 40M VK4AN VK6HZ Australia 29 SOAB VK6HZ VK8NSB Australia 29 VK6NE VK9AA Cocos (Keeling) 29 SOAB DL8YR VP2E Anguilla 08 M/S N5AU VP5W Turks & Caicos 08 M/2 W7TSQ VP9I Bermuda 05 KQ1F VR2JN Hong Kong 24 SO JN4ASA WP2Z Virgin Islands 08 M/2 KU9C WP3C Puerto Rico 08 SOAB LP W3HNK YB0DPO Indonesia 28 SOAB LP Buro YE1ZAT Indonesia 28 M/S YE1ZAT YI9LZ Iraq 21 SOSB 15M LZ1ZF YT6A Serbia 15 M/M YT6A YT7A Serbia 15 SOSB 40M YU7GMN YW4D Venezuela 09 SOAB HP EA7JX Z37M Macedonia 15 M/? Z37M ZB2X Gibraltar 14 SO OH2KI ZL1CT/MM At Sea 34 SO N3SL ZP0R Paraguay 11 SO W3HNK ZS4TX South Africa 38 SOSB 20M
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