The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 873
September 1, 2008
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF80.ORG (Cleveland, Ohio)
Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, ARRL DX News, K1XN & GoList, NC1L, NJ1Q, W2VU, NG3K, W3UR & The Daily DX, N4AA & QRZ DX, NI5DX, K8YSE, KE9V, DX-IS News Site, Pete's-DX-Newsdesk, DJ8NK, DK8JB, DL2VFR, DL7MAE & The DX News Letter, F5NQL & UFT, G0VGS, I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, JI5RPT, JI6KVR & IOTA-JA News, RSGB IOTA Web Site, Union de Radioaficionados Espanoles, VA3RJ & ICPO and VU2PAI for the following DX information.
SPECIAL NOTES FROM EDITOR (by Tedd/KB8NW)
My BARF80 Linux system is still in "LIMBO", so I continue to retrieve my E-mail and send the bulletin out via my ISP (hamnet.org) direct (until a new Linux system can be found or put together). Hopefully, things will get back to normal soon.
DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT
According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 24th/August, through Sunday, 31st/August there were 206 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4O, 4S, 4U1U, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5U, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7P, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9Q, 9V, 9X, 9Y, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C6, CE, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, DL, DU, E5/s, E7, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FH, FK, FM, FO, FR, FW, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H40, HA, HB, HC, HI, HK, HL, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2, J3, J6, JA, JT, JX, JY, K, KH2, KH6, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OH0, OK, OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P2, P4, PA, PJ2, PY, PY0F, PZ, R1FJ, S0, S2, S5, S9, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T7, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TR, TT, TU, TY, TZ, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V5, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9C, VK9N, VP2V, VP8, VP8/o, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XU, XW, YB, YI, YJ, YL, YN, YO, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZD8, ZD9, ZK2, 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).
5R, MADAGASCAR (Updated IOTA Op!)
As mentioned fours weeks ago, a team of French operators will be active from Sainte Marie Island (AF-090, in the northeast part of Madagascar) between September 18-27th. Operators mentioned are: Jack/F1BCS, Jim/F1HDI, Gil/F5JBE, Remy/F6ABJ, Michel/ F6COW, Oliver/F6EIE and Dan/F6EPD. Activity will be on all HF bands (160-6m) and modes (CW, SSB, SSTV, PSK31, RTTY and JT65). Look for them on the IOTA frequencies for SSB contacts, and dedicated frequenices for the other modes. Look for the following callsigns on the following modes: 5R8GM (SSB), 5R8JM (CW) and 5R8IM (Digital) and 5R8EM (2m EME JT65 - 144.114 MHz, calling first, all random, 4x8 elements w/500w). QSL via F1BCS.
Nick, G3RWF, will once again be active as 5X1NH in November. Activity will probably be from Fort Portal in western Uganda. He is expected to be in the CQ WW DX CW Contest (November 29-30th). QSL via G3RWF.
8Q, MALDIVES (AS-013)
Igor, UA9KDF, is expected to be active as 8Q7FD until September 11th. Activity will be mainly PSK and RTTY.
A3, TONGA (OC-049)
A group of JA operators will be active from here between September 12-17th. Operators mentioned are: Nob/JA2AAU (A35AU), Yoshi/JA2AIC (A35IC), Iwao/JA2LSS (A35SS), Iku/JA2ATE (A35TE) and Mori/ JA2ZS (A35ZS). Activity will be on all bands and modes. QSL via the information on QRZ.com for each callsign.
ANTENNA PUBLICATION AVAILABLE ONLINE
Jeff, KE9V, informs OPDX that Scott Anderson, NE1RD, has published another amateur radio manual and has made it available online. He (Jeff) reports that the publication "Antennas for 100 Pound DXpeditions (Volume 1)" -- "is a 238 page exhaustive treatise on the subject of portable lightweight antennas that are ideally suited to grab and go on a DXpedition." This publication can be viewed (in PDF format) at:
C5, THE GAMBIA
Members of the Spanish "DX4DX TEAM" will be active (possibly as C56EA) between October 14-24th. Operators mentioned are: Paco/EA4BT (Team Leader), Ramon/EA4NA, Emilio/EA7AAW, Julio/EA7JB, Salvador/EA7SB and Jose/EA7LS. Activity will be on the HF bands and 6 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY modes. For more details and updates, visit their Web page at:
A group of Chilean operators will activate CE1W from the white sandy beaches of the Bahia Inglesa resort in northern Chile during the CQ WW DX SSB Contest (October 25-26th) as a Multi-Multi entry. The operators mentioned are: Alex/CA2UDI, Juan/CA4UJU, Sergio/CE1TT, Daniel/CE2EYN, Marco/CE6TBN, Nicolas/XQ1IDM, Patricio/XQ1KY, Danilo/XQ4CW and possibly one more. QSL via HA1AG. For more info, please visit the Web page at:
CT3/CT9, MADEIRA ISLANDS
A group of German operators from the Rhein Ruhr DX Association (RRDXA) Contest Team will be active from here between November 25th and December 3rd. They will sign CT9L during the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 29-30th) as a Multi-? entry. QSL via DJ6QT. Outside the contest, operators will sign CT3/homecall. QSL via their home callsigns. Operators mentioned are: DJ7JC, DF1AL, DK3QZ, DL1XW, DL2OBF, DL3HAH, D3LQQ, DL5XX and PA0R.
DX MAGAZINE'S MOST WANTED SURVEY
It is that time again to participate in DX Magazine's annual "Most Wanted Survey". The survey is now being taken through October 15th. Carl, N4AA, editor of "QRZ DX" and "The DX Magazine" reports that the survey forms are available at:
Carl also stresses, "IF AT ALL POSSIBLE USE THE WEB FORM - PLEASE !! As in past years you will be asked to provide your CONTINENT. If you are in North America, you are asked to provide the TIME ZONE in North America . PLEASE... PLEASE...PLEASE be careful when selecting your CONTINENT. Many responses arrive with obviously the wrong one selected. Those responses must be removed so they do not 'skew' the results. Make your response count by marking the CORRECT continent. Printed forms may be mailed in and I will enter those myself, but I must receive those no later than October 15th. As usual the continental results will be published in the January/February, and the Mode Results will be published in the March/April, issues of The DX Magazine. The overall top 100 will be posted on the web site around January 15th."
Bill Moore, NC1L, ARRL Awards Branch Manager, reports (on August 29th):
"The 2007 DXCC yearbooks have arrived from the printer. The ARRL mail room will prepare them for shipping and they should start going out the middle of next week. You will receive the free copy if:EA8, CANARY ISLANDS
* A submission was received during the 2007 calendar year. * If you did not make a submission during the calendar year, but you were 'current' on the DXCC Honor Roll for this period. ARRL Membership is also required for the free edition
Copies are available for purchase as follows:
USA - 7.00 USDs --or-- Non-USA - 8.00 USDs
Price includes postage."
Bill Moore, NC1L, ARRL Awards Branch Manager, reports (on August 27th): "DXCC is pleased to announce the issuance of award number 1 on 70cm EME (432 MHz) to Jan Bruinier, DL9KR! First licensed in 1951 and a career in civil aviation, Jan retired from the cockpit 1991, then worked as a consulting engineer until 2003.
His 70cm station consists of 16 long yagis (24el, 8,5 wl booms) of his own design with open wire feeder, a preamp ATF58143 cavity into 23dBm mixer into TS870, TX 1500w.
With the guidance of his elmer, Charlie O'Brien W2EQS, Jan achieved 160 Meter DXCC in 1985 endorsing it to 152 entities. Jan was also helpful to Stewart Perrry, W1BB, who as you may remember achieved 160 meter DXCC number one in 1976! Congratulations to Jan, and, who will be next?"
AF-018. Arturo, IK7JWY, will be active as IH9M from Pantelleria Island (IIA TP-001, MIA MI-124, WLOTA LH-0041) during the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 29-30th) as a Single-Op/Single-Band (possibly 160, 80 or 40m) entry. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the bureau.
AS-007. Mitsuru, JA1BAL, is expected to be active from Honshu Island (JIIA AS-007-001) between September 1st and October 30th. QSL via the JARL Bureau.
AS-117. Look for JA1YUC/4 to be active from Tukune Island, JA4 Hiroshima Pref starting August 31st. Activity will be on the HF bands, SSB. QSL via the home callsign, by the Bureau or direct to: TOKYO DENTAL COLLEGE A.R.C, 1-2-2 Masago, Mihamaku, Chiba-City 261-8502 JAPAN.
EU-007. Operators Helmut/DL5DSM and Matthias/DL4ML will sign EJ/DL5DSM from Great Blasket, Ireland, for some hours between 1000-1530z on September 21st, weather permitting. They prefer 20 meters and are expected to use only 100 watts. QSL via the home callsign.
EU-008. (Update) Members of Sands Contest Group and Workington Amateur Radio Society are combining to activate the Isle of Jura, between September 22-29th. They are hoping to be active on all modes and bands as conditions allow. The callsign used will be MS0SCG. The Sands Contest Group has previously activated Mull in 2006, and Workington Amateur Radio Society has had several activations, the last of which was Barra Island in 2007. More information as it happens can be found on the Sands Contest Group blog which will have daily updates during the activation at:
EU-052. Zdenek, OK1MBZ, will be active as SV8/OK1MBZ/p from the Island of Kerkyra [aka Corfu] (MIA MG-055, WLOTA LH-4132) from September 2-11th. Activity will be on all HF bands, CW only. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the bureau.
EU-054. Operators Raffaello/IT9ATF, Renato/IT9NPR, Pippo/IT9PPG and Pino/IT9WDC will be active as IF9A from Favignana Island (IIA TP-011, MIA MI-025, WLOTA LH-1545), between October 24-26th, for the CQWW DX SSB Contest. Activity will be on all bands and modes. QSL via IT9ATF, direct or by the Bureau.
EU-074. (UPDATE) Members of the Granville ARC (F5KAQ) will be active from Brehat Island (MA-012 and WLOTA 2010), September 1-8th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters using CW, RTTY, PSK and SSB. At the last minute the team was unable to take VHF/UHF equipment. Operators mentioned are Benoit/F8PDR, Jean-Jacques/ F5NKX, Denis/F5RJM, Rolf/F9ZG, Alain/F5HVI, Rene/F6CMC and Alain/F6ACH. During this week's activities, some QSOs may be valid also for lighthouses, castles and mills.
EU-124. (UPDATE) Operators Ian/G1JCC, Dick/G4LBH, Don/G4LOO, David/ G4MVU, Terry/G4UEM, Andy/G8ATD and Bryan/M0BIK will be active as GB2CI from Caldey Island (WLOTA LH-4056, WAB SS19, WW Loc. IO71PP) between 1800z, September 2nd to 1100z, September 8th. This will be a holiday style operation on all bands 160-2 meters. They will run 400w on HF and 200w on 6 and 2 meters. Look for the callsign GW3SVJ/P to be used over the weekend of September 6-7th for SSB Field Day and 2m Trophy contests. QSL direct or by the bureau to G8ATD. More information can be found at:
EU-165. A group of operators from the Associazione Radioamatoriale Sardinia QRP Club will be active as IQ0QP from Quirra Island (IIA CA-009) on September 14th between 0900-1600z. This will be a QRP operation on 80(NVIS antenna), 40 and 20 meters, using CW and SSB. Suggested frequencies are: 3560, 3590, 3620, 7030, 7040, 7090, 14030, 14060 and 14320 kHz (+/- 1 kHz). They will use a Yaesu FT817, Elecraft KX1, Smallwonderlabs RM80, RM40, RM20 and Pixie 2. QSL direct to: P.O. Box 81, 09047 Selargius - CA, Italy. Visit their web page at:
NA-050. John, KL7HBK, may once again activate the Barter Island station in September. Specific dates were not provided.
NA-092. Mike, AB5EB, will be active as homecall/p from Matagorda Island (USI TX-010S, Calhoun County, Texas), and the Matagorda lighthouse (ARLHS USA-482, TWLHD WLH K-096, WLOTA LH-1860, USGC 4-1312, WW Loc. EL18SI) from September 12-14th. Activity will be CW/SSB on, or near, the usual island and lighthouse frequencies. QSL via his home callsign (CBA).
IOTA TOUR (Scandinavia). Operators YL Gabi/DF9TM and Frank/DL2SWW will
be traveling to several IOTAs in SM, OH and OH0, between September 5-23rd.
Look for them to use the callsigns SD7M, SD7W, OH0/homecall and OH/homecall
from the following locations:
EU-002 - Aland Islands
EU-084 - Uppsala/Stockholm County Group (Sweden)
EU-087 - Vasternorrland County Group (Sweden)
EU-096 - Lansi-Suomi (Turku) Province Group (Finland)
EU-101 - Lansi-Suomi (Vaasa) Province Group (Finland)
EU-173 - Lansi-Suomi (Pori) Province Group (Finland)
Exact dates will be announced on the following Web page under "2008 Scandinavia IOTA Tour" at:
Ulf, DL5AXX, will once again be active from Grenada (NA-024, WLOTA LH-0718) as J3/homecall between November 25th and December 9th. Activity will include a Single-Op/All-Band entry in the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 29-30th). He also plans to enter the ARRL 160 Meter Contest. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the bureau.
0Makoto/JI5RPT (JD1BLY) and Harry/JG7PSJ (JD1BMH) will be active from Chichijima Island (IOTA AS-031) in the Ogasawara Island group between December 28th and January 2nd (2009). Activity will be on 160-6 meters (mainly low bands), using satellites, CW, SSB and the Digital modes. QSL via their home callsigns. For more details see:
KH0, MARIANA ISLANDS
Satoshi, JQ1OCR/N2QP, will be active as KH0/N2QP on Saipan (OC-086), September 4-8th. He plans to be in the All Asian DX Phone Contest (September 6-7th). QSL direct only to Satoshi Kouya, 2-7-5 Iwamoto-cho, Chiyoda, Tokyo 101-0032, Japan.
OH0, ALAND ISLANDS
The ARRL DX News reports Peter/DL5FF and Siegfried/ DL9ZE will be active as OH0JWL and OH0/DL9ZE, respectively, from Eckeroe Island (EU-002) until September 7th. Activity will be on 40/30/20/15 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL via their home callsigns.
P4, ARUBA (Special Event)
Look for the special callsign P41USA to be activated again (in remembrance of the USA attacks on September 11, 2001) between September 3-12th. Operators mentioned are: Bob/P49T (W3BTX), Joop/P43JB and Roy/W3TEF. Activity will be on all bands 160-2 meters. QSL Manager is W3TEF. Reference numbers for Aruba are: SA-036, WLOTA LH-0033.
PJ2, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Viaceslav, LY4F, will be active as PJ2/LY4F from the PJ2T Signal Point station on the Island of Curacao (SA-006, WLOTA LH-0942), September 4-18th. He plans to use the callsign PJ2F during the WAE DX SSB Contest (September 6-7th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power entry. Outside of the contest, look for activity on all bands and modes. QSL via LY1FF, the bureau is preferred.
QSL INFO AND NEWS
QSL ROUTES by Johannes/DK8JB and Tedd/KB8NW:
4L6AMB direct (2 new IRC, no green stamps)
AM1KR via EC1KR
CS3500F via CS3MAD
ED5ST via EA5ST
JY5CC via JY4CI
NEW QSL MANAGER. Buzz, NI5DX, has become the QSL Manager for Steve, KL7SB, in Anchorage, Alaska. Buzz will be able to confirm all contacts with Steve for his Alaskan operation. However, Steve's TF and HB0 operations should still be sent to his home address.
VU2PAI QSLS. Pai, VU2PAI, sends OPDX the following message (edited):
"After almost 3 hectic years, I am free and back on the air again. I was very busy with business and office work and doing a lot of travel in India and to DX lands. I was at Dayton Hamfest this year and it was a lot of fun! I will surely be there next year also. I will try and visit Fredrichshafen next year. The reason for my mail is regarding my QSLs. I am clearing all my old backlog of QSL cards, and if anybody needs a QSL card from me for all my activities, they may please send me the QSO details to:Ananth G.Pai, Post Box-730, Bharath Beedi Works Ltd, Kadri Road, Mangalore - 575 003 India.
email@example.com --or-- firstname.lastname@example.orgQSL cards for Expeditions to IOTA AS-096 (St. Marys Island, May 2001) and AS-161 (Sacrifice Rock, January 2002) can be sent to me. I still have cards left from my activities as VU2PAI/50, AT0PAI, AT2PAI and VU2PAI/C, so if anyone needs a card for those contacts, I will be happy to QSL.
Please note mail is tampered in the post office. Avoid sending green stamps to India while sending QSL cards. IRCs are fine. If sending green stamps registered air mail letter is better.
I would be happy to recieve any postage stamps instead of IRCs or green stamps, so if you have any spare stamps or envelopes with stamps from your country or DX contacts, I will be happy to get them. I have been collecting postage stamps since I was in school, and I donate my extra stamps to our local stamp club to school children.
All QSL cards for contact with VU7LD/VU2PAI go to W3HNK who is the QSL Manager for the VU7LD expedition. QSL cards for only AT0AI (IOTA AS-169 Arnala Island) is via VU2SWS.
See you on the air soon, and I apologize for the delay in some QSL cards. I will soon be active on digital and low bands also. I hope you publish this information in your next DX news bulletin.....
73, Pai, VU2PAI (also VU7LD/VU2PAI)"
QSLS VIA LOTW: 3D2NB, 3D2NR, 5R8GZ, 5U1A, 5U2K, 5U4A, EA1DR, EA5AID, GB7HQ, LN2HQ, SA3D, VP2MRM, VP6DX, ZC4LI and ZK1YAQ
QSLS RECEIVED VIA MAIL: 3DA0ZO, 3XM6JR, 3XD2Z, 3Y0E, 4K5D, 4L6QC, 4X0X, 9X0R, AI5P/KH2, C21DL, CP4BT, CT3/OM3GI, D4C, EX7ML, FO/G4MFW, FO/KH0PR, FR1AN, H7/K9NW, HP2/JA6REX, HP4/JA6REX, HQ8R, JX/G7VJR, JX/SQ4MP, N1YC/VK9X, OA4BHY/3, S21XF, T88PR, TK7C, V63WWA, V73PX, VP6PR, VR2008O, YU8/S56M, VP6DX, ZL7/KH0PR and ZW8DX
QSLS RECEIVED VIA THE BUREAU: 9A7A, DK1II, EA8ZS, EI9E, IK4MHB, K3LR, LU7HF and OL1C
Tom, DJ6TF, will be on holiday on La Digue Island between September 2-14th. If he can obtain a licence, look for him to be on 30 meters and RTTY.
W4XAA/SK -- Richard Moseson (W2VU), Editorial Director for CQ Communications, informs OPDX that Radio monitoring icon Tom Kneitel, W4XAA (ex-K2AES), passed away in Florida on August 22nd at age 75. He had been in poor health for the past several years. Tom was senior editor and founding editor of Popular Communications magazine, a CQ publication. For more details, please visit the following Web pages at:
S53AW/SK -- Jan, DJ8NK, informs OPDX that Goj, S53AW, one of the most vivid and enthusiastic Slovenian DXers, passed away August 25th at the age of 82. Goj was high up on the DXCC list with 332/347 but had not been active for about one year due to his long lasting illness, so he missed some new ones. Although he was a keen DXer and one of the very first foreigners to operate from BY1PK, he had for many years a regular Sunday sked with some W and VE friends. Jan states, "We will miss him."
OPDX and its read would like to send out our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of the above mentioned.
SPECIAL EVENT (Highway to a DX Party!)
The Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club of San Bernardino, California, will host (probably one of the most fun special event activities) the 9th annual "Route 66 On The Air" special event between September 13-21st. The purpose of this event is to offer amateur radio operators a fun way to "Relive the Ride" of their own memories of Route 66, and to celebrate the highway's 82nd anniversary. The U.S. Highway 66 established in 1926, was the first major improved highway to link the west coast with the nations heartland. Through stories, songs, and TV shows, the highway came to symbolize the spirit of the freedom of the open road, inspiring many to see America. Look for the following 19 stations (two are rovers) operating in or around the major cities along the old "Route 66" from Santa Monica, California, to Chicago, Illinois:
Stations City Club -------- -------------------- ------------------------- W6A Santa Monica, CA Westside Amateur Radio Club W6B Los Angeles, CA Westside Amateur Radio Club W6C San Bernardino, CA Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club W6D Victorville, CA Victor Valley Amateur Radio Club W6E Barstow, CA Barstow Amateur Radio Club W6F Kingman, AZ Hualapai Amateur Radio Club W6G Flagstaff, AZ Northern Arizona DX Association W6H Albuquerque, NM New Mexico Amateur Radio Alliance W6I Amarillo, TX Chapter 141, QCWA W6J Elk City, OK Western Oklahoma Amateur Radio Club W6K Oklahoma City, OK No Club Affiliation W6L Tulsa, OK Tulsa Amateur Radio Club W6M Riverton, KS Wichita Amateur Radio Club W6N Joplin, MO Joplin Amateur Radio Club W6O Lebanon, MO Lebanon Amateur Radio Club W6P St. Louis, MO St. Louis Amateur Radio Club W6Q Chicago, IL Six Meter Club of Chicago ROVER STATIONS ---------------- W6R Goleta, CA Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club W6S Santa Barbara, CA No Club AffiliationSpecial event stations are expected to be found in the vicinity of the following frequencies. (Look for digital modes in the standard band segments for such mode) All frequencies +/- QRM:
Each participating club will issue their own QSL card commemorating this event. QSL information is available on the Web at:
Fred, PA1FJ, will be active as SV5/PA1FJ/p from the Island of Kos (EU-001, MIA MGD-016, WLOTA LH-1730), between now and September 7th. He will be running QRP with 5 watts, using a Yaesu FT-817 and Buddistick antenna or 2x5m dipole. QSL via his home callsign, direct (QRZ.com), eQSL or bureau.
Aki, JA1KAJ, is expected to be here this week between September 2-8th. Look for him to be active in the All Asian Contest and on 160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and perhaps PSK31 and SSTV. He plans to use a long wire for the lowbands and a Yagi for 20-10 meters. He will receive his callsign upon his arrival.
Sadayuki, JH1UUT, will once again be active as T88DB from Palau (OC-009) between September 4-8th. Look for him during the ALL ASIAN DX PHONE CONTEST (September 6-7th). Suggested frequencies are: 3795, 7085, 14200/14260, 21260/21290 and 28460/28490 kHz. QSL via his home callsign.
Operators Pista/HA5AO (ex-HA7VT) and Tibi/HA7TM will be active as T88CI and T88CJ, respectively, from November 22nd to December 3rd. Activity will be on 160-6 meters. QSL via their home callsign, direct or by the bureau. Visit their Web page at:
ZF, CAYMAN ISLANDS
Jim, KD3YK, will be active as ZF2JM from Grand Cayman Island (NA-016, WLOTA LH-1042) between now and September 11th. Look for activity between 1030-1200z and again at 2130-2300z on 40 and 20 meters. Jim will be operating QRP power on or near the QRP frequencies. QSL via operator's instructions.
Operators Jan/DL7UFN and Rolf/DL7VEE will be active as ZP6/homecall from the QTH of Tom, ZP5AZL/ZP0R, in Asuncion, between September 4-14th. Activity is planned for 160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and some PSK. QSL via their home callsigns.
ZS8, MARION ISLANDS
There is still no activity reported. For updates and the first offical announcement of ZS8T being on the air, please visit the official ZS8T Web site at:
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