The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 904
April 13, 2009
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, K1XN & GoList, NC1L, NJ1Q, W2VU, NG3K, WP3GW, AJ4RW, K4WW, N4AA & QRZ DX, K5XK, K6LSN, K8YSE, N8OFS, W9DX, 9A2WJ, 9A5YY, DK8JB, DL2SBY, DL7MAE & The DX News Letter, DX World of Ham Radio Web Site, F5NQL & UFT, I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, I1HYW, IK7JWX, IZ0IEN, Pete's-DX-Newsdesk, PS7AB, PT7WA, PY2SEX, RSGB IOTA Web Site, VA3RJ & ICPO, VE1QD, VE2EBK, and VHF-DX-Portal (MMMonVHF) for the following DX information.
DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT
According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 5th-April, through Sunday, 12th-April there were 223 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4O, 4S, 4X, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5T, 5U, 5V, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8R, 9A, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9Q, 9V, 9Y, A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C6, C9, CE, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, DL, DU, E5/s, E7, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FH, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FR, FY, G, GD, GI, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2, J3, J5, J6, J7, J8, JA, JD/m, JD/o, JT, JW, JY, K, KG4, KH0, 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, PJ7, PY, PY0F, PZ, S2, S5, S7, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T7, T8, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TL, TN, TR, TT, TU, TY, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V4, V5, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9M, VK9X, VP2V, VP5, VP8, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XT, XU, XX9, YA, YB, YI, YJ, YK, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZF, 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).
** SPECIAL NOTICE. PLEASE stay clear of the following frequencies
-- 3.640 kHz LSB and 7.045 kHz LSB --
as they are assigned as emergency frequencies for Italian Earthquake Emergency - the Earthquake happened on April 6th, around 0140z.
3B7FQ ST. BRANDON ISLAND WRAP-UP REPORT (via K5XK)
Rachid, 3B8FQ, reports on his recent February trip to St. Brandon Island, operating as 3B7FQ. All his contacts were CW only due to loud generator noise. Operations was concentrated on 10 MHz and 18 MHz, with limited operations on 40 & 20M. By the 10th day, the battery was not recharging properly which resulted in reduced power and sending by hand key. Although propagation and conditions were poor, 1,500 QSOs were made operating just a few hours each day, in between maintenance on the meteorological equipment on the island. Color QSLs have been printed and are being mailed this week. QSL all of Rachid's operations (3B7FQ, 3B6FQ, 3B8FQ, and his upcoming July trip to 3B9FQ) via K5XK. Some QSL databases are not correct, since Ron moved to a new QTH last summer. This address is correct and it is also OK on QRZ.com: Ron Evans, K5XK, 2 Pembroke Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715-8823 USA.
3B8, MAURITIUS (AF-049)
Operators Piotr/SP2JMR and Slavo/SP2JMB will be active as 3B8/homecall between now and April 17th. Activity will be on all bands using CW and SSB. QSL via their home callsign.
5C, MOROCCO (Update/IOTA Op)
Alfredo, IK7JWX, and a team of operators will activate Mogador Island (AF-065), April 19-25th. He announced this week, "After the terrible earthquake in Abruzzo - center Italy on 6th April, we decided that all surplus funds received will be assigned to the many people in that region who are suffering the effects of the earthquake. We will use official channels to send the money, and we will publish on these pages a paper certifying the donation. So we invite you, if you like and you can, to send any possible amount of money, that will be assigned to the earthquake victims." For more details on this IOTA DXpedition, please visit their Web page at:
A group of stateside operators will be active from Eleuthera (NA-001) with each using their own individual callsigns between April 17-24th. Activity from the group will be on all bands using CW, SSB and RTTY. Operators mentioned are: Joe/AA4NN (C6DX), QRZ DX Editor Carl/N4AA (C6AAA), Janet/W8CAA (C6AYL) and Joe/W8GEX (C6DX). QSL C6AAA via N4AA. QSL C6AYL and C6DX via W8GEX.
CQ MAGAZINE NAMES PUBLIC SERVICE EDITOR
In a news release by Richard Moseson/W2VU, Editor of CQ Amateur Radio, dated April 6th, 2009, it was reported: "Richard Fisher, KI6SN, of Riverside, California, has been named Public Service Editor of 'CQ Amateur Radio' magazine, Editor Rich Moseson, W2VU, announced today. Fisher, a veteran journalist, succeeds Bob Josuweit, WA3PZO, whose final column will appear in the May issue of 'CQ'. Josuweit, who has covered amateur radio emergency and public service communications for 'CQ VHF', and then for 'CQ', since 1996, is stepping down due to increased time demands at his full-time job.
Fisher has been a professional journalist for 35 years, working in various capacities for daily newspapers on both the east and west coasts. He is also a prolific writer on amateur radio matters, writing the 'Washington Beat' column for 'Popular Communications' and the 'Trail-Friendly Radio' column for 'WorldRadio Online'. He was previously QRP (low-power) editor of 'WorldRadio's' print edition. A ham since 1965, Fisher enjoys a wide variety of amateur radio activities, including QRP CW operating, outdoor operating, experimenting with antennas and building equipment. He is a co-founder of the Adventure Radio Society. ' I've loved 'CQ' since before my Novice days,' notes Fisher, 'so joining the team will be a thrill.'
Editor Rich Moseson added, 'While I will miss the close working relation- ship I have shared with Bob Josuweit for over a decade, and wish him all the best in the future, I look forward to working closely with Richard and to the added benefits he will bring to the column as a veteran professional journalist.' Fisher's first column will appear in the July 2009 issue of CQ."
DAYTON HAMVENTION (RTTY Contesting Forum)
The Dayton RTTY forum will be held Saturday, May 16th, between 1200-1300, in Room 3 and will have a panel discussion on how best to accommodate the diversity of participants in RTTY contests. The vast majority of participants are not super-serious competitors and may only be on for a few contacts to work a new state/ province/country or to try out their station or simply to enjoy some RTTY contacts which are more scarce outside of contest periods. Each panelist will give a short statement of their perspective on participant diversity in RTTY contests and then be available to address questions and comments from the audience. Panelist will include K5DU, K4GMH, W2QO, and K4IA.
DAYTON HAMVENTION ARRL AWARDS CARD CHECKING
Bill Moore, NC1L, announced that card checking will be done at the ARRL National Convention in Dayton during all operating hours of the convention Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 15-17th, 2009. There are some important guidelines that will help make the card checking process run smoothly at the following Web page:
EG, SPAIN (Special Event)
Look for EG2IPY (WAP-174) to be active between April 13-19th. Activity is to celebrate the end of the International Polar Year 2007-2009. Operations will be on all bands and modes. QSL via EA2RC.
HB0, LIECHTENSTEIN (Update/Correction)
Operators Kasimir/DL2SBY and his friend Georg/DF1SR will be active from here between April 24th and May 4th. Activity will be on HF bands (80-10m) using CW, SSB and RTTY. Equipment will be a TS2000, FT900AT, Ameritron AL811, HF9V vertical and a monoband vertical for 30/40m. Activity will also take place on 13cm and 23cm using EME. Equipment will be a FT726R, Dish 3, 7m, and 2 amplifier for both bands. Kasmir and Georg will use two separate callsigns for this operation. For the HF bands, they will use HB0/DL2SBY and for the EME activity they will sign HB0/DF1SR. QSL via DL2SBY, by the Bureau or direct.
EU-010. After a very successful DXpedition in 2008 to the Island of Mull, the members of the Camb-Hams have decided to go to the Island of Harris which is off the north west coast of Scotland. Activity will be on all HF bands (including 5 MHz) using SSB and Digital modes. There will also be activity on 6m, 4m, 2m and possibly 70cm (SSB, JT6m and MS). There will be lots of portable operations around the islands (possible interest to WAB chasers) and 3 very energetic climbers activating SOTA summits all week. The callsign will be the CRG (Cambridgeshire Repeater Group) callsign G3PYE, as the activation is in Scotland the prefix becomes GM3PYE/P or GS3PYE/P, both of which will be used. They plan to be active during the week starting April 20th, possibly starting Saturday April 18th through April 25th. For skeds on the VHF bands (voice or data), please E-mail: email@example.com
EU-042. Operators Siggi/DL3HBZ, Uli/DJ9IE, Helge/DF6LPC, Lothar/DL8HAL and Harry/DL5HAQ will be active as DK0RZ from Hooge Island (N-22 for the German Islands Award), April 15-17th. Activity will be on all bands and modes, propagation permitting. QSL via the DARC Bureau.
EU-090. The Team of German and Croatian operators will be active as 9A0CI from Palagruza Island (IOCA CI-084, WLOTA-0057, CLH-100, ARLHS-012) between May 9-16th. Activity will be on bands 160-6 meters (including 30/17/12m) using CW, SSB and the Digi modes. A online log will be available on the Web site at:
NA-058. Randy, AJ4RW, will be active from Cumberland Island, off the coast of Georgia, May 2nd. He will be on the air from approx. 1500-1930z on the frequencies of 14260 and 7225 kHz, alternating between the two bands as there is only one station scheduled as of right now, but this might change as soon as they move closer to the date of operation. Frequencies may also vary depending upon band conditions. This will be SSB operation only. QSL via his home callsign.
NA-083. Members of the QCWA Chapter 119 will do a combination special event station and RSGB IOTA Contest (July 25-26th) effort from Tangier Island, VA, in Chesapeake Bay. The callsign will be W4T commemorating the 400th anniversary of the mapping of Chesapeake Bay and Chapter 119's 30th anniversary. The history of Tangier Island will be promoted as part of this operation. The group's contest effort will be a Multi-Op entry. Operators mentioned are: Quint/K4CQW, Stu/K4MIL, Butch/KE4AZL, Terry/KI4RXC, Talley/W4TVG, Vic/W4VIC, Barry/K5VIP and Ron/W8RJL. The group will operate three stations - CW, SSB, and RTTY on all bands 80-6 meters as conditions permit. QSL via LoTW or K5VIP. Logs will be uploaded to LoTW and eQSL at the conclusion of the expedition.
NA-128. Members of the NA-128 Contest Group will activate the special callsign CG200I (Charly Golf Two Hundred India) from Ile Verte (C.IS.A QC-015, Grid FN58, ARLHS CAN-224, WLOTA 1404) between July 23-26th, during the IOTA Contest to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the lighthouse. Operators will be: Frank/VA2RC, Martin/VA2ZO, Eric/VE2EDA, Dany/VE2EBK, Jean/VE2FSK, Steve/ VE2TKH, Martin/VE2MTK and Guy/VE2QRA.
The group will operate many stations from the lighthouse keeper's quarters on all bands (160-6 meters) and all major modes (AO-51, SSB, CW and RTTY/PSK31). During the IOTA Contest a station will be dedicated to the contest exclusively on SBB or CW. QSL via VE2CQ (bureau or direct). ADDED NOTE: Built in 1809, the Ile Verte lighthouse is celebrating its 200th anniversary and many special activities will take place all summer long.
This lighthouse is the oldest in the St-Laurence River and the third oldest in Canada. It was declared a historical monument in 1976 by The Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. A special stamp showing the lighthouse was released by Canada Post in 1984. The lighthouse is 54 feet high and is the main attraction on the island. It is open to the public, and there is also an inn where you can stay overnight.
Any money received through their QSL manager will be given to the Corporation des maisons du phare de l'Ile Verte in order to help them with the restoration of the lighthouse. If you would like to make a donation, you can do so by visiting the Corporation's Web site at:
NA-191. Just a reminder that operators Klaus/DK6AO, Gunter/TI7WGI, Andy/DH8WR (EA2CRX), Norbert/DL2RNS, Rene/DL2JRM and Daniel/ DL5YWM will be active as TI7*** (TBA) from San Jose Island (Guanacaste Province), Costa Rica, between April 17-20th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31. QSL via DK6AO, direct or by the bureau. For updates and more info, please visit their Web page at: http://ti7.info
SA-079. Members of the Rio DX Group and Labre will activate Rasa Island (DIB RJ-07, DFB-RJ-10, ARLHS - BRA-047) off the coast of Rio de Janeiero, as PT1R, May 1-5th. Activity will be on 160-2 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes with two stations. There will be also a station active on 6m and 2m for operations in the Araucaria VHF Contest. Operators mentioned are: PY1ZV, PY1NB, PY1YB, PY1IBM, PY1KN, PY2WC, PY2NDX, PY4OG and PY4OY. QSL via PY1NB. More details are forthcoming on:
LN2, NORWAY (Special Event)
Members of the Radio Club of Gardermoen (LA2G) will be active using the special callsign LN2G between April 17-19th. This special callsign has been authorized in conjunction with the "Norwegian Hammeeting" (See http://www.hammeeting.no ). Activity will be mostly on 40 and 20 meters, SSB, PSK31 and RTTY. QSL via the club station LA2G.
MDF IN NOVA SCOTIA
The Halifax Amateur Radio Club (HARC) invites DXers, contesters and HF enthusiasts to the 6th Annual Maritime DX Forum (MDF). On Friday, August 7th. A reception and registration will begin at 7:00 pm. The MDF program on Saturday, August 8th, will run from 8:30 am - 4:45 pm, followed by reception and the DX banquet at 6:00 pm.
The speakers - active and outstanding members of our ham radio community -
* MARTTI LAINE, OH2BH: Turning New Stones: Building Passion for Amateur Radio
* JOE TAYLOR, K1JT: Advances in Weak Signal Communications
* GEORGE NICHOLSON, N4GRN: 2009 Desecheo Island DXpedition
* DOUG ZWIEBEL, KR2Q: QRP Contesting from Home Stations
The MDF will be held in the Rosaria Centre of Mount St. Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Inexpensive accommodations are available at the University. This is a great opportunity to combine a top-notch ham radio event with a tourist visit to Canada's Maritime Provinces. The cost of the Maritime DX Forum is $45 and the banquet is $35 Registration materials can be downloaded from the HARC Web site
OA4/OA7, PERU (Satellite Op)
Neven, 9A5YY, intends to operate on the satellites AO-51, AO-27 and SO-50 with his handheld Yaesu VX-7R and vertical antenna AL-800 during his stay in Peru between now and April 19th. Look for him to use the callsigns 9A5YY/OA4 from Lima and as 9A5YY/OA7 from Cuzco. Neven states, "I will be limited with time because of other obligations. I hope I will succeed to do some satellite QSOs. Please, listen and respond to me when you hear my CQ on the birds!"
OH0, ALAND ISLAND
Operators Mikko/OH3FM and Pertti/OH3LQK will be active as OH0/homecall through April 15th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters using CW and Digital modes. QSL via their home callsigns.
P2, PAPUA NEW GUINEA (Update/IOTA Op)
Operators Hans/SM6CVX (CW), Derek/ G3KHZ (CW), Luis/CT1AGF (SSB/RTTY), Gordon/G3USR (SSB) and David/M0VTG will activate three Papua New Guinea IOTA islands between October 22nd and November 9th. The announced schedule and callsigns are as follows:
OC-102 - Tanga Island; callsign P29VCX (via SM6CVX); October 22-26th
OC-231 - Green Island; callsign P29VLR (via SM6CVX); October 27-31st
OC-205 - Woodlark Island; callsign P29NI (via G3KHZ); November 2-9th
Activity will be on 160-15 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY modes. The team will be using new single band vertical dipoles for 30-15 meters and a ground plane for 40 meters. Hans, SM6CVX, will activate D'Entrecasteaux (OC-116) as P29VCX (via SM6CVX) between November 11-13th. A Web page is available at:
QSL INFO AND NEWS
The C91TX DXpedition's log is now available online as well as some new pictures at:
QSLs for EG2ANT (WAP-171) have been printed; direct requests have been posted already. Bureau cards will be put in the box this week. More info available at the WAP Web site: http://www.waponline.it
QSLS VIA LOTW: 4U1UN, 4W6R, CT1ILT, EF8R, F8DBF, FS5KA, HC8A, HH4/K4QD, J7OJ, J75KG, NP2KW, PY2WC, RW0LT, TI5N, TM6M, UN1L, V5/DJ4SO, VP2E, WP2Z, YN2DD and ZZ6Z
QSLS RECEIVED VIA MAIL: 4K9W, 5H3EE, 6W/DL2RMC, ER4DX, ET3JA, FS5KA, FW5RE, HC2/SM7BUA, HC2/SM6FKF, J7N, JD1BMM, LY2ZZ, NH0AA/NH2, PX200JMU, T27OU, T30XX, T33ZZ, T88CD, V6C, V6P, V7XX, VK9AA, VP2V/SP7VC, VR2XMT, XW1B, YB2UTX and ZL3IX
QSLS RECEIVED VIA THE BUREAU: 1A4A, 4O/DD5FZ, 4Z1UF, 9M4DXX, AM5R, CT1BOL, CT1DIZ, EA6AAC, EU2MM, F/OR7S/P, HB9H, JA3JOT, OE2008MCU, OE8PPK, OL4HQ, RZ4CWW, SV9CVY, TM0BRZ, TM6ACO, TM6I, UR7GO/P, UW1GZ, YU105NT and YW5AS
S0, WESTERN SAHARA (Update)
By the time you read this, an international team of operators (known as the Tifariti Gang) composed of Agustin/EA1KY, Roberto/EA2RY, Antonio/EA5RM, Manuel/EA7AJR, Alain/F6ENO, Bernard/F9IE, Fabrizio/IN3ZNR and Valery/UT7CR will be on the air from Western Sahara until April 17th using the callsign S04R. Activity will be on all bands from 160-10 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes. QSL via EA5RM. Ruben, EA5BZ, will be the pilot station. For more information, please visit the S04R Web site at: http://www.dxfriends.com
By the time you read this Ramon, DU1UGZ, is expected to be active as S21UGZ from Dhaka City until June 20th, depending on his work schedule. He will be using a low band dipole at first, so his emphasis will be on 80/40 meters SSB and RTTY. From May through June, he will be using a beam for 10, 12, 15, 17 and 20 meters. He hopes to have a linear in use starting in May as well. QSL via DU1UGZ.
Members of the Sonoma County ACS (Aux. Comm. Service) and the Sonoma Mountain Repeater Society (SMRS) will activate special event station K6P from Petaluma, CA, on April 25th, between 1600-2300z. This activity takes place during the "Butter & Egg Day Parade", honoring Petaluma as egg capital of the world. Suggested frequencies are: 14260, 7260, 7050 kHz and 146.91 MHz. QSL via KE6LPO, Matt Ilonummi, PO Box 2922, Petaluma, CA 94953-2922. Visit the K6P Blog page at:
SUMMER HOLIDAY TOUR (OY and TF Ops)
Maurizio, IW4BLZ, will be on a summer holiday and plans to be active as OY/IW4BLZ from Faroe Islands between July 27-29th, and as TF/IW4BLZ from Iceland between July 31st and August 11t. Activity will be on 80-6 meters using his ICOM IC706 MK2-G (w/100 watts) into a vertical antenna. QSL via IW4BLZ, by the Bureau or direct (w/2 USDs) to: Maurizio Bergonzi, via Pedora 30, 40052 Baricella, Bologna, ITALY. Visit his Web page at:
TS1, TUNISIA (Special Event)
The Tunisian Scouts will be using the special callsign TS1LYMC between April 12-30th. Activity will take place during a Festival "I Love You My Country" and to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Tunisian Scouts. Activity will be on all bands 160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK and SSTV. For more details and the QSL address, please go to:
Members of the Michiana Amateur Radio Club (W9AB) will activate Monkey Island (Not an IOTA, USI IN-005R), located in the St. Joseph River in Mishawaka (St. Joseph County, WW Loc. EN61WQ, Indianna), on April 18th, between 1400-1700z. Suggested frequencies are: 7030, 7225, 14060, 14225 kHz (+/- QRM). QSL via W9AB (w/SASE) to: Michiana Amateur Radio Club, 3220 E Jefferson Blvd., South Bend, IN 46615-3028 U.S.A.
VK9LA WRAP-UP AND COMMEMORATIVE T-SHIRT AUCTION
The VK9LA DXpedition made 30,160 QSOs. Breakdown of the QSOs are as follows: 18842/CW, 9261/SSB and 2057/RTTY. By bands: 160m/627, 80m/3347, 40m/9111, 30m/4458, 20m/6714, 17m/3579, 15m/2158, 12m/2158, 10m/161 and 6m/5.
Now is your chance to bid on a piece VK9LA memorabilia. To help raise some funds to repair equipment that failed on the island, a special commemorative Icom VK9LA T-shirt with all operators listed on it, will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. The bids will end April 30th. Current bid (as of press time) was 157 USDs. To see the shirt and place a bid, go to:
VK9M, MELLISH REEF (Update)
Operators George/AA7JV and Tomi/HA7RY, have had a tough job during this DXpedition -- fighting storms with heavy rains and winds. By the time you read this the operation should be over. On their last day of operation (April 12th), they reported that some of their antennas were destroyed, and the latest storm almost knocked down their tent. They also had to cannibalize parts of their beverage antenna to shore up the tent again. As of print time, their online log showed 17663 QSOs in the database (as of 2039z, April 10th).
PLEASE NOTE that their "Log Search" has not been updated with the QSOs that took place between April 9th, 2020z and April 10th, 0920z. There seems to be some issue with the WriteLog file for that period which they hope to fix later. Please QSL via HA7RY, direct, LoTW or by the Bureau (remember, they have an "Online QSL Request Service"). For updates and more info, please visit the VK9GMW Web page at:
John, KB4CRT, will be active as VP2MRT between June 12-19th. His activity will include CW, SSB, possibly PSK, and the June VHF Contest. Asian stations are suggested to look for him on 20 meters between 1200-1300z. QSL via KB4CRT.
VP9, BERMUDA (NA-005)
Paul, G4BKI, will once again be active as VP9KF from Hamilton Parish, until April 22nd. Activity will be CW only on all bands. QSL via W4/VP9KF: Paul Evans, 6809 River Road, Tampa, FL 33615. Visit his Web page at:
WP4, PUERTO RICO (Special Event)
A group of operators will activate special event station WP4NPC to commemorate World Amateur Radio Day 2009. Operations will be on the Digital modes, SSB and possibly CW starting about 1600z, mainly between 15 and 20 meters. QSL via WP4NPC.
XR0, JUAN FERNANDEZ ISLAND
A multi-national team will be active as XR0ZN between November 24th and December 3rd. Activity will take place before and during CQWW DX CW Contest (November 28-29th). Operations will be on CW, SSB and RTTY. Operators mentioned are: Marko/CE6TBN, Terje/LA8BCA, Yuri/RA0FU, Ole/LA6EIA, Rag/LA6FJA, Hakon/LA-M, Arne/LA7WCA, Johnny/LA5FJA and RA0FU's brother. QSL direct to Manager. Logs will be uploaded to LoTW in 6-9 months. For more details and updates, visit their Web page at:
ZD8, ASCENSION ISLAND (Update)
Karol, G0UNU, will be active as ZD8KR between May 4-11th. Activity will be mainly on 20 meters CW and SSB. Activity will only be during his spare time, but hopefully daily using IC-7000 and an inverted V dipole. Further details will be available through the (QRZ.com) Web page under ZD8KR once it is set up at the end of this month. QSL via the RSGB Bureau or direct by using the address under G0UNU on (QRZ.com).
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