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Главная » 2009 » Ноябрь » 13 » I.C.P.O. Bulletin (12 - 20 November, 2009)
I.C.P.O. Bulletin (12 - 20 November, 2009)
"Islands, Castles & Portable Operations"
Listing is by calendar date (day/month/year)
12/11/2009: Members of the Spanish 'DX4DX Team' will be active as
OX/EA7SB and OX/EA4NA from the main island of Greenland (NA-018, WLOTA
LH-0072) between 12-19 November. Activity will be on 160-10 metres using
CW, SSB and the Digital modes. The group will be using FT-857s w/amps
into vertical antennas. Operators mentioned are: Paco EA4NT (SSB/Digi),
Emilio EA7AAW (CW), Ramon EA4NA (CW) and Salvador EA7SB (SSB/Digi).
Pilot stations will be Jose/EA4DB and Txema/EA5BWR. QSL via EA4BT,
direct or by the Bureau. This is the same group who was active as TK9Z
and C57R. Visit the group Web page at: [OPDX

12/11/2009: Jovica, E78A (aka 6W1SJ, ex. T98A, ST0RM, ST2A), who has
been in Chad since 25 September, has received renewed TT8JT license and
will be on the bands from Abeche (WW Loc. KK03KU) during next three or
four weeks. As in 2008, main purpose of Jovica's travel to Chad is his
work for United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and you
can expect mostly CW activity during his free time. Activity during CQ
WW CW is not confirmed at this moment. QSL via E73Y: Boris Knezovic,
P.O. Box 59, BA-71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, or via E7
bureau. [E73Y]

12/11/2009: Jim/PY7XC, Ciro/PY7ZY, Andre/PY0FF, Renner/PY7RP, Leo/PP1CZ
and Mike/K9AJ will be active as PW6C from Coroa Vermelha (SA-062, the
8th most wanted IOTA group in South America) and lighthouse (ARLHS
BRA-029) plus Coroa Da Barra Island from 12-18 November. They plan to
run three stations 24/7 from two operating sites, and to operate CW and
SSB on 80-10 metres. QSL via K9AJ ( Further information can be
found on the expedition's website ( [425 DX News]

13/11/2009: Operators Alfeo/I1HJT, Silvano/I2YSB, Carlo/IK1AOD,
Vinicio/IK2CIO, Angelo/IK2CKR, Marcello/IK2DIA, Stefano/IK2HKT, and
Donato/IZ2CHO will be active from Busua Beach, Ghana, from 13-27
November. They will also activate Abokwa Island (AF-084), with one
station on 20 meter band only. The time of operation on the island will
be planned day by day, pending the sea condition and weather forecast.
Activity will be on all HF bands and modes, 80 through 10 meters. 9G5XX
is the callsign that will be used from Abokwa Island. 9G5TT is the
callsign that will be used from the mainland. QSL via I2YSB, direct
only. Further information can be found at: [NG3K]

13/11/2009: Kharkov university contest club UT7L will be very proud to
support the operation from Maputo, Mozambique starting on 13 November
until 03 December with C91LW call sign (issued to Igor, UY5LW). QRV on
80-12 metres, mostly CW with some RTTY, PSK activity. Also CQWW DX CW
Contest (28-29 November) as a Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power entry.
Activity on 160 depends upon the situation. QSL direct to UY5LW (Igor
Pyzh, P.O. Box 1770, Kharkov - 176, 61176 Ukraine). Further information
can be found at: [NG3K]

13/11/2009: Sam, F6AML will be in Comoros (IOTA AF-007, WLOTA L3027) as
D68F bewteen 13th to 23rd November. Activity will be on CW/SSB 160-10m.
Sam will focus especially on Top Band and other LF bands. Suggested
frequencies are: CW - 1828, 3520, 7020, 10115, 14020, 18071, 21020,
24951 and 28020 kHz; SSB - 3775, 7075, 14265, 18140, 21265, 24960 and
28480 kHz. He will use a FT857D + amplifier with an inverted L + K9AY
for 160, 1/4 vertical for 80 to 30m and spiderbeam for 20 to 10m. All of
his equipment (except the amplifier) will be donated for a future radio
club. QSL via F6AML direct or via the bureau. [F6AJA]

14/11/2009: François/F5JNE and Claude/F5MCC to be active on 14 November
as homecall/p from the Bazoches sur el Betz Castle (DFCF 45-055), in the
city of Bazoche sur le Betz (CP 45210), canton [county] of Courtenay
(DDCF 45-11), Department Loiret/45 and Province Centre (DPF 07). QRV 80
and 40m, CW/SSB, starting around 0700 UTC. QSL to home calls via the
bureau and SWL cards welcome. [F5NQL]

14/11/2009: Members of the Uruguay DX Group will be active from Port
Stanley, East Falkland Island (SA-002, WLOTA L1479) from 14-21 November.
They will use the callsign VP8BUH mainly on the low bands and WARC SSB.
They will also use the callsign VP8BUG on the digital modes. Operators
include Gus/CX2AM (CW), Gus/CX3CE (the lower bander), Bert/CX3AN (SSB &
CW), Mario/CX4CR (SSB, CW & Digi) and Luis/CX4AAJ (Digi). And last added
Horacio CX3BH with his young 91 years! Three stations Icom IC706 plus
IC2KL; 24 hours round the clock with special attention on WARC and low
bands. QSL via EB7AEY. More details on: [F5NQL]

15/11/2009: 29th Indian Antarctic Expedition - Bhagwati Prasad Semwal,
VU3BPZ will be in Antarctica with the 29th IAE. The crew has just
finished the pre Antarctic training & medical checks. From 15.Nov.2009
the overwintering Team will start a long term operation (till March
2011). Bhagwati VU3BPZ will be on the air from Maitri Base (WAP IND-03,
IOTA AN-016) using his personal call VU3BPZ and also a special call
AT10BP on the way to be issued by Ministry of Communication & IT for the
event. QSL via VU3MKE. More info on WAP web site at
(Check: News & Information page). [I1HYW]

15/11/2009: Bill, K7MT, will once again be returning to McMurdo Station
(WAP USA-22, AA K-09), located on the southern tip of Ross Island (IOTA
AN-011), and be active as KC4USV between 15.Nov.2009 and 20.Feb.2010.
Bill states that he will be on the HF bands on 14243 kHz, Sundays at
0000z. He will also be active on PSK-31 (on 14070 kHz) and CW (14043
kHz) if time permits. Bill has also mentioned that he will take an Arrow
II antenna and his Kenwood TH-7 to work the Amateur Satellites into VK
and ZL land. He also has plans to be on APRS VHF/HF with a Kam Plus, so
you might just see him driving around on the Ross Ice Sea as K7MT-7 on
APRS. QSL via K1IED. Visit his home page for some interesting pictures
at: [OPDX Bulletin]

15/11/2009: Mark, KO1U will be out and about hoping for good weather on
15 November to activate two islands in the State of Massachusetts.
Starting around 1630 UTC from Deer Island (USi MA027R), then on to Plum
Island (USi MA002S) which includes the Newburyport Harbor Lighthouse
(ARLHS USA-544, WLOTA LH-1546). Both islands are in Essex County, MA.
CW/SSB mainly 20M/40M low side of 14050/14260 and 7050/7250. Mark will
check other bands on-and-off through the day. QSL via home call. [USi]

15/11/2009: Hans, SM3TLG will be active from Brunei (OC-088, WLOTA
LH-1628) as V88/SM3TLG from 15-20 November. QRV all HF bands. QSL via
home call, direct or bureau. [SM3TLG]

15/11/2009: Gerd, DL7VOG will be active from Anegada Island (NA-023)
between 15 November and 2 December as VP2V/DL7VOG. QRV all HF bands,
including 160m, mainly CW and RTTY. QSL via home call, direct or bureau.
Email requests to [F5NQL]

15/11/2009: Roger/W7VV, Ralph/VE7XF and others will operate from
VP5JM's QTH on Providenciales (NA-002, WW Loc. FL31VS) from 15 November
to 3 December, including a M? entry in the CQWW DX CW Contest (28-29
November) probably using a special callsign (TBA). Outside the contest
look for the group to be signing VP5/homecall on all bands/modes 160-6
meters. QSL via home calls.

16/11/2009: Alex, GM0DHZ/AA8YH reports that he is returning to Tunisia
on 16 November for 5 weeks. He plans to be active on CW on the weekends
from 3V8SS. He also adds that he is willing to accept skeds from "QRP"
operators/stations, either CW or SSB. They can contact him via his
E-mail address listed on However, Alex has reminded us that
it's a holiday trip by his XYL. [OPDX Bulletin]

17/11/2009: Eric, F6ICX will be active as 5R8IC from Nosy Boraha [aka
Sainte Marie] island (AF-090, WLOTA L0491, WW Loc. LH43WC) between 17
November and 15 December. Activity will be on 80-10 meters. QSL via his
home callsign. [OPDX Bulletin]

18/11/2009: Karl, DL2FAG will be active from Apia, Upolu Island
(OC-097, WLOTA L1944), Samoa, as 5W0KH between 18-30 November. Activity
will be holiday style on 80-10 meters, mainly on RTTY, PSK and SSB. QSL
via DL2FAG, direct or Bureau. [OPDX Bulletin]

18/11/2009: Steve, WB2IQU will be active as 5W2IQU from Upolu Island
(OC-097, WLOTA L1944), Samoa, from 18-22 November. Operations will be
low key using an Icom 706 into a small MFJ antenna tuner and a 20m
dipole. QSL via home call. [F5NQL]

18/11/2009: Mike, W7ASF will be active from Prince Edward Island
(NA-029, CIsA PE-001, WLOTA 0523) as VY2/W7ASF from 18-24 November,
including an entry in the ARRL Sweepstakes Phone Contest (21-23
November). QSL via home call, direct or bureau. []

19/11/2009: Aki, JA1NLX and XYL will be QRV holiday style as FK/JA1NLX
from Ouvea Island, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia (OC-033) between 19-24
November. Active on 80-10m CW/RTTY with 100w transceiver and vertical
antenna. QSL via home call, direct or bureau. Further information can be
found on Aki's web site at

19/11/2009: Fred PY2XB and Alex PY2WAS will activate Cabras Island
(SA-071, DIB SP-06) between 19-23 November. They will use PW2IO (PY2XB)
and PW2TA (PY2WAS) calls. They will operate two separate stations
running 300W and 100W respectively. The antennas will be a yagi for 15,
17 and 20m and a multiband ZEP. The team guarantees that at least one
station will be on the air around the clock. Both stations will work CW
and SSB. The main bands to be used are 15, 17, 20, 30 and 40 metres, on
IOTA frequencies. Alternative frequencies may be used if necessary. The
team will need to take life support to the island, including generator
and batteries for energy. The landing on the island is difficult and the
operation may be postponed in case of bad sea. News will be forwarded
thru Luke, PT7WA. Additional information will be available at
QSL routes: PW2IO via PT7WA and PW2TA via PY2WAS [F5NQL]

19/11/2009: Operators John/KL7JR, Claire/WL7MY and KL7BO will be active
as VY1RST during and after the ARRL November Sweepstakes Phone Contest
(21-23 November) from Buckshot Betty's Cabins, Beaver Creek, Yukon,
between 19-23 November. Emphasis will be on 160/80 meters SSB (using a
160m Inverted L) with a 2nd station on for 20-10 meters (vertical) SSB
and PSK-31. QSL Manager is KL7JR. E-mail skeds are welcome at:
John.ReisenauerJr(at) [OPDX Bulletin]

20/11/2009: Jean, ON5JV and Georgette, ON6AK will be active as
EA8/homecall from Tijoco Bajo, Tenerife Island (AF-004, DIE S-012, WLOTA
L1276) between 20.Nov.2009 and 10.Feb.2010. Activity will be on 40-10
meters during evening hours. They plan to use 100W into a 14AVQ
vertical. QSL via their home callsigns, bureau is preferred. [UBA HF

20/11/2009: Operators Gregor/DF7OGO, Tom/K3WT, Ron/N0AT, Vlad/N0STL,
and Bill/W0OR will be active from El Salvador between 20 November and 1
December, including a Multi-Single entry in the CQWW DX CW Contest
(28-29 November) as YS4U. Outside the contest they will probably be
signing YS/homecall. QSL YS4U via N0AT. QSL others via their home calls,
direct or bureau. [NG3K]

24/11/2009: Jacques, F6BEE will be active from Senegal as 6W1RW between
24-29 November, with focus on the CQWW DX CW Contest (28-29 November) as
a Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power entry. Prior to the contest he will be
QRV mainly on WARC bands. QSL via F6BEE and LoTW. [NG3K]

24/11/2009: John K3CT and John K3TEJ will be active on all bands/modes
as KP2/homecall from Christiansted (WW Loc. FK77PR), island of St. Croix
(WLOTA LH-2477) U.S. Virgin Islands (IOTA NA-106) from 24 November to 1
December, including a Multi-? entry in the CQWW DX CW Contest (28-29
November) as KP2M. There is the possibility of some 6 metre activity
outside the contest, using 1 KW and a KLM 11 element yagi. QSL KP2M via
AI4U, direct or bureau. QSL other calls via their home call. [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Vakhtang, 4L8A will be active during the CQWW DX CW Contest
as a Single-Op/Single-Band (20m) entry, from Tbilisi, Georgia. QSL via
K1BV, bureau or direct. [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Dim, UT5UGR will be active from La Somone, Senegal, as 6V7R
during the CQWW CW Contest (28-29 November) as a
Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power entry. QSL via UT5UGR, direct or bureau.

28/11/2009: To commemorate the 151st birth-anniversary of Sir Jagadish
Chandra Bose ("Father of Radio Communication") Indian Hams are going to
operate with special call-signs. Surabhi, VU2DSI will be active as
AU8JCB from 28 November to 01 December. QRV 7070, 14270, 14200, 21280
and 28510 kHz. QSL via VU2DSI direct (, or via eQSL. [F5NQL]

28/11/2009: Ranko, 4O3A will be active as D4C from Sao Vicente Island
(AF-086, WLOTA LH-1976), Cape Verde, in the CQWW DX CW Contest (28-29
November) as a Single-Op entry. QSL via the bureau to CT1ESV, or direct
to IZ4DPV. [AT International]

28/11/2009: Champ, E21EIC will be active from Bangkok, Thailand, during
the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 28-29th) as a Single-Op/All-Band entry.
QSL via LoTW. JA QSL via JR5XPG only! [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Voravut, HS8JYX will be active from Krabi, Thailand, during
the CQWW DX CW Contest (28-29 November) as a Single-Op/Single-Band
(20m)/Low-Power entry. QSL direct, LoTW or eQSL. [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Rhein Ruhr DX Association members Will DF4PD, Detlef DK3QZ,
Joerg DL3QQ, Kai DL3HAH, Hans-Peter DL1XW, Chris DL7CS, Mike DF3VM,
Stefan DL5XX and Philippe LX2A will be active as LX7I from Eschdorf,
Luxembourg, for the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Multi-Multi entry. QSL via
LX2A, direct or bureau. [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Ian, G3WVG will be active as MZ5B from Eshaness, Mainland
Shetland (EU-012, IOSA SH01, SCOTIA SI11, ARLHS SCO-075, BARLS A3838,
WLH GM-026, WLOTA LH-0867, WAB: HU27) during the CQWW DX CW Contest
(28-29 November) as a Single-Op/Single-Band(?) entry. QSL via G3TXF,
direct or bureau. Logs will be uploaded to LoTW. [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Look for The UA2 Contest Club to be active from Kaliningrad
as RW2F during the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Multi-? entry. QSL via DK4VW.

28/11/2009: Dimitris, SV9COL will be active for the CQWW DX CW Contest
as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL via and LoTW. [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Operators Doug CO8DM, Rolando CO8DL, Alex CO8KA, Raul CO8ZZ
and Josue CO7RR will be active as T48K from Las Tunas, Cuba (NA-015,
WLOTA LH-0032), during the CQWW DX CW Contest (28-29 November) as a
Multi-? entry. QSL via DK1WI ( [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Look for Pai, VU2PAI to be active from Mangalore, India,
during the CQWW DX CW Contest (28-29 November) as a
Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power entry. He will try be active on 160
metres, if possible, with a new Inverted L antenna. QSL direct
( [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Pri, YB0ECT, will be active from Jakarta, Java Island
(OC-021, WLOTA LH-1660, WW Loc. OI33JT), Indonesia, during the CQWW DX
CW Contest as a Single-Op/Single-Band(20m)/Low-Power entry. QSL via
K3AIR ( [NG3K]

28/11/2009: Bob, G4DBW will be active from Ascension Island (IOTA
AF-003, WLOTA LH-1491) as ZD8RH during the CQWW DX CW Contest as a
Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL via home call. Logs will be uploaded to
LoTW. [NG3K]

04/12/2009: Operators Dani XE3RR, Jose XE3PP, Benigno XE2WK and Zalo
XE3N will be active Isla El Cerrito (IOTA NA-153) between 04-14 December
with the callsign XF3RR. This operation is organized by the Radio Club
Cancun and it will be a low scale operation as the island is a protected
area of the government of Mexico so it is subject to many restrictions
including not carrying much equipment or more than 4 people at once. QRV
80-15 metres, mainly SSB and RTTY. Suggested frequencies: SSB - 3.790,
7.060, 14.260, 18.140 and 21.260 MHz; RTTY - 3.585, 7.044, 10.104,
14.085, 18.104 and 21.085 MHz. QSL via EB7DX. [F5NQL]

12/12/2009: Aurelio, IZ0EGM will be active during ARRL 10 Meter Contest
from the Republic of San Marino with callsign T70A between 12-13
December using CW and SSB. QSL via the information on [NG3K]

20/12/2009: Look for special event station 8J6HAM to be active from
20.December.2009 to 08.March.2010 for the 9th Nishinihon (or West Japan)
Ham Fair, to be held in Tosu-city, Saga-prefecture, Kyushu (AS-077, JIIA
AS-077-001, WLOTA LH-0963), Japan. HF contacts QSL via the JARL bureau;
Satellite contacts QSL via JA6PL, direct or bureau. [JJ1WTL/AC6IM]

12/11/2009: Special event station 8J15TZKI is currently active until
31st December to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Tsuzuki-ward,
Yokohama-city, Kanto region, Kanagawa prefecture, Honshu (AS-007, JIIA
AS-007-001, WLOTA LH-2376), Japan. QSL via JR1ZFI by the JARL bureau.

12/11/2009: Special event station 8J1YUZU is currently active until
27th December to celebrate Koshu Masuho Matsuri (or Yamanashi-pref.
Masuho-town Festival), Chubu region, Minamikoma-gun, Honshu (AS-007,
JIIA AS-007-001, WLOTA LH-2376), Japan. Masuho-town is famous for Yuzu
(or Japanese citron aka Chinese lemon). QSL via the JARL bureau.

14/11/2009: DQ11APOLLO is operated by the German club in Luedinghausen
(N28) with the special DOK Apollo11. Responsible for the station and
also acting as QSL manager is Thomas, DF3JO. The first QSOs were made on
16-24 July to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first landing on the
moon on 20.Jul.1969. The call will be activated during several occasions
in 2009 and 2010: Apollo 12 November 14-24, 2009; Apollo 17 December
07-19, 2009; Apollo 8 December 21-27, 2009; Apollo 14 January 31-Feb 9,
2010; Apollo 9 March 03-13, 2010; Apollo 13 April 11-17, 2010; Apollo 16
April 16-27, 2010; and Apollo 10 May 18-26, 2010. QSL via DF3JO, direct
or bureau. The QSL card has yet to be printed. The first delivery of the
QSL-cards is sheduled in December. [F5NQL]

14/11/2009: Members of the Galway VHF Group will be operating an HF
station, using the special callsign EI185RNLI, for a 24 hour period from
lifeboat stations in County Galway during the month of November. On 14
and 15 November they will operate from the Aran Island Lifeboat station
at Kilronan, Inishmore island (EU-006). All operations will take place
on the HF bands with two stations in operation at all times. There will
be operation on phone and digital modes with some operation possible on
SSTV. There will be a special QSL card for all contacts made and SWL
reports will also be welcomed. [GB2RS]

14/11/2009: Special callsign GB1HF will be QRV on 14th November from
Northern Ireland (IOTA EU-115, WLOTA LH-1439) to commemorate the life of
Harry Ferguson the inventor and engineer. QSL via the RSGB bureau.

16/11/2009: During the French National Week of Science, 16-20th
November, the special event HF station TM5TUR will be active from
Limoges (Department 87), on 80 to 10m in all modes with a demonstration
at the Technological High-School Turgot, to promote ham technique and
spirit among younger pupils and future engineers. QSL via the bureau.

16/11/2009: Fabio, IK0IXI and other INORC members will operate as
II0TRM on 16-22 November to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Theodore
R. McElroy's (W1JYN) code receiving record (75.2 wpm: corrected to
today's standard, that would be 72.2 wpm). QSL via IK0IXI, direct or
bureau. [425 DX News]

17/11/2009: Arnhem is this year the 60 year City of Trolleybusses and
is the only city in The Netherlands to have them. To promote this, Fred
PA0FAW will use the special callsign PC60TROLLEY from 17th November
(2300z) to 15th December (2300z), using CW/SSB and digital modes. QSL
via PA0FAW, direct, bureau, LOTW, E-qsl and SWL's all ok. Fred will ask
for a special EPC-number and will try to be in at leat 1 ISWL-SSB net.

U.S.A. Special event station information can be found at:

12/11 GB2RAF: England - Main Island WLOTA:1841 QSL
12/11-19/11 OX/EA4NA: Greenland WLOTA:0072 QSL EA4BT (d/b)
12/11-19/11 OX/EA7SB: Greenland WLOTA:0072 QSL EA4BT (d/b)
13/11-23/11 D68F: Grande Comores Island WLOTA:3027 QSL F6AML (d/b)
14/11 GB1HF: Northern Ireland WLOTA:1439 QSL RSGB Buro
14/11 GB2RAF: England - Main Island WLOTA:1841 QSL
14/11-21/11 VP8BUG: Falkland Island WLOTA:1479 QSL EB7AEY (d/b)
14/11-21/11 VP8BUH: Falkland Island WLOTA:1479 QSL EB7AEY (d/b)
15/11 KO1U/P: Plum Island USA-544 WLOTA:1546 QSL HC (d/b)
17/11-15/12 5R8IC: Nosy Boraha WLOTA:0491 QSL F6ICX (d/b)
18/11-30/11 5W0KH: Upolu Island WLOTA:1944 QSL DL2FAG (d/b)
18/11-22/11 5W2IQU: Upolu Island WLOTA:1944 QSL WB2IQU (d/b)
18/11-24/11 VY2/W7ASF: Prince Edward Island WLOTA:0523 QSL HC (d/b)
20/11-10/2/10 EA8/ON5JV: Isla de Tenerife WLOTA:1276 QSL HC (b)
20/11-10/2/10 EA8/ON6AK: Isla de Tenerife WLOTA:1276 QSL HC (b)

** Question in advance of Expediton **
Dear friends, We are preparing our Maldives Isl. DXpedition 2010 (March
24th - 31th see: We need to make
the decision on what antenna we will use on 144. We definitely want to
use one single cross-yagi. We would like to use the experience of other
DXpeditions and home-stations: Does anyone have experience with the
2MXP28 and/or the 32JXX2? Is there any other antenna (with such
performance, size and weight) you would recommend? Please send us your
comments and suggestions!
Many thanks! vy 73 Dan, HB9CRQ/KT6Q head of HB9Q [MMMonVHF]

Rob, PE1ITR will be QRV from Luxembourg as LX/PE1ITR on Sunday 15th
November on 70MHz only from JO30. Main mode will be meteorscatter JT6M
or FSK441. Equipment IC706, transverter, 5el yagi. Rob will have
Dxcluster, KST chat access. pse skeds! pe1itr(at) [I2JJR]

50 & 70 MHz News - All Finnish coastal areas are now free for 50 MHz
operations (there were forbidden areas due to former Swedish CH2-TV
activity) The big news is that as of today (04 November) 70 MHz is
released as legal for transmitting. The Finnish Communications
Regulatory Authority (FICORA) ( will release
the new regulatory document 6H/2009M on the Finnish/Swedish web pages
tomorrow (05 November). [I2JJR]

15/11-03/12 VP5/VE7XF: Provo NA-002 Grid:FL31VS 6M 100w QSL HC (d/b)
15/11-03/12 VP5/W7VV: Provo NA-002 Grid:FL31VS 6M 100w QSL HC (d/b)

GOT6??? - Six Meter Information by Andy 'NEON' Sargent N8OFS at: (Updated 12 November 2009)

Information about current VHF activities can be found on the VHF DX
portal "Make More Miles on VHF" at:

SOTA (Summits On The Air) Watch Alerts at:

WØGXQ/NFØN - 13 Nov 2009 to 15 Nov 2009 - SSB and CW
The Dangerous Duo is heading into Nebraska this trip. Let's hope that
the weather cooporates! As on previous trips, Mike will be the primary
operator for SSB and myself for CW. I will be looking for a MG contact
in 52 of the 56 counties!

Friday starting at 1400z: IA-Woodbury, Monona, and Harrison.
NE-Washington, Douglas, Sarpy, Cass, Otoe, Nemaha, Johnson, Richardson,
Pawnee, Gage, Saline, Jefferson, Thayer, Nuckolls, Clay, Adams, Webster,
Franklin, and Harlan.

Saturday starting at 1330z: Furnas, Gosper, Phelps, Kearney, Buffalo,
Hall, Hamilton, Howard, Merrick, Nance, Platte, Colfax, Cuming, Stanton,
Madison, Boone, Greeley, Wheeler, Valley, and Garfield.

Sunday starting at 1400z: Custer, Loup, Rock, Brown, Keya Paha, Boyd,
Holt, Knox, Antelope, Pierce, Wayne, Cedar, Dixon, and Dakota. And then,
as Dan would say, Suppertime.

If you have listed your needs on the internet, your call is already
annotated to our itinerary. Band rotation for CW will be 40/80/30/20/17,
etc. Friday and Saturday may see us cutting our runs short in some
counties due to time constraints. QSL via home calls. [County Hunter

WØGXQ - Jerry - 3* - 16 Nov 09 to 16 Nov 09 - SSB and CW
MODIFIED Monday: Headed back to Hubbard MN starting around 1400z.
IA-Plymouth, Sioux, and Lyon. MN-Rock, Nobles, Murray, Lyon, Lincoln,
Yellow Medicine, Lac Qui Parle, Big Stone. *SD-Roberts/Grant.
MN-Traverse, Stevens, Grant, Douglas, Otter Tail, and Wadena. QSL via
home call. [County Hunter Web]

The following operation is approved for DXCC credit:

YI9TM - Iraq
Current Operation

73 es DX!
Bill Moore NC1L
Awards Branch Manager
Rejection of C91VM QSL IOTA activities:
For those wishing to claim credit for October 2009 contacts with C91VM
(AF-061, AF-066, AF-088), please be aware that, in response to the
operator's current published QSL policy, these three operations will not
be accepted for IOTA accreditation. Clarification is awaited from the
operator that a policy change will be made immediately to the effect
that payment of USD 5 is not obligatory and that cards sent direct with
sufficient return postage will be answered direct in a timely fashion. A
prompt amendment to the policy notice on is therefore required
if accreditation is to be reconsidered.
G3KMA, 7 Nov 2009 [F5NQL]
PT1R, Ilha Rasa (IOTA SA-079), logs have been uploaded to LoTW. [PY1NB]
4W6AL QSL cards arrived today from LZ3HI printer. Direct request will be
answered very soon. When direct card will be out we will publish it via
this mailing list. All 4W6AL information can be found at:

Paulo, CT1ITZ/D2PJB is active from Angola. He got new callsign. Now he
is on the bands with D2CQ callsign on SSB only. QSL via CT1IUA.

Algarve STAR DX Team
YT1AD & YU1DW Pacific tour Online LOGs at:
Callsigns: 3D2AD, 3D2DW, 5W7A, 5W0DW, KH8/N9YU, T30AW and T30M. [F5NQL]
QSLs received Bureau - none to report ! :o(

QSLs received Direct - 3XM6JR (UA6JR), CE1KR (, CO8DM (KU9C),
(, GI6ATZ (, K9AJ/VY0 [NA-185] (hc), KL5O (AC7DX), OX2A

QSLs received LoTW - TX3A.

Oleg V. Abramov, RU6BN became Silent Key after a severe illness.

Alekseyev Boris Nikolayevich, U5UF became Silent Key on 10 November, at
the age of 100.

GUADELOUPE: Serge F6AUS, is signing FG/HC until March 2010. During the
contest he is: TO4D. Serge will try to be active on 160 and 80, too. QSL

MONTSERRAT: VP2MCC will be activated in March 2010 including the British
Commonwealth Contest. During the contest, contacts will only be with
other British Commonwealth Call areas. Outside the contest I will try to
work other countries as a priority - thank you for your patience. All
VP2MCC contacts will be uploaded to LoTW so do not send a paper QSL if
you only want a card for DXCC. QSL: For VP2MCC please only send to my
home call G4FAL [F5NQL]
Date: 11 November 2009
Subject: Total of 2000 Prefixes!
Today Dov, 4Z4DX is first one to complete Total of 2000 Prefixes via - eprefix award
NOTE: Only eQSLs received from users with Authenticity Guaranteed
certificates are counted. [4Z4DX
The North American 'Summits on the Air' (SOTA) activation day, is
Saturday, November 14th.
The four North American associations of 'Summits on the Air' are
planning a multi-summit activation spanning the North American
Portable, mountain top stations will be operating from the VE2, W1, W2,
and W6 call areas. Seasoned "summit chasers" all over Europe will have
the opportunity to work expeditions on SOTA's western frontier, and a
new group of North American chasers will get a chance to work multiple
To join in the fun, visit the SOTA Web site at:
Contesters: The rules for the 2009 edition of the RAC Canada Winter
Contest have been posted on the Radio Amateurs of Canada website at:
This years contest will run on 19th December from 00:00 to 23:59 UTC.
Sam VE5SF Canada Winter Contest Chairman
On Friday Nov 20th will happen the yearly CW contest between XYL’s and
Oms sponsored by the EUCW Society the Union Française des Télégraphistes
The UFT Society callsign F8UFT will be aired by Evelyne/F5RPB.
QSL via F6ICG, direct or via the French Ref-Union bureau.
0800 to 1000 utc on 40m and 1900 to 2100 utc on 80m.
More information: [F5NQL]
Gerard F2JD who is DU1/G0SHN will be back in France around November
20th. He was not very active (around 300 QSO) due to hight noise level
in Manilla. He will be back in Philippines somewhere in February and
will get another antenna for his multiple activity when he will
traveliing on the neighbor islands.
Logs are at: / [F6AJA]
Two Canadian stations on 500kHz:
On 30 October, Canada issued two licences in the Developmental Service
in the range 504 to 509kHz. VE1ZZ has been assigned VX9PSO and is
reported to be on 504.6kHz. VO1NA has been assigned VX9MRC and is
reported to be on 507.77 and 508.5 kHz. Two more stations, VE3OHH and
VE7BDQ, are expected to become active soon.
NORWAY - New frequency allocations:
As of November 6th 2009, the updated amateur radio licensing regulations
in Norway went into force.
The main news are the following new allocations made available to all
Norwegian radio amateurs (in addition to the 135,7 - 137,8 kHz and the
7,1 - 7,2 MHz bands):
LF -
493 - 510 kHz on secondary basis, 100 W, A1A (CW) only
HF -
5260 - 5410 kHz on secondary basis, all modes (6 kHz max bandwidth)
24740-24890 kHz on secondary basis, 1kW (6 kHz max bandwidth)
70,0625-70,0875 MHz on secondary basis, 100 W, max bandwidth 16 kHz
70,1375-70,1875 MHz on secondary basis, 100 W, max bandwidth 16 kHz
70,2625-70,3125 MHz on secondary basis, 100 W, max bandwidth 16 kHz
70,3625-70,3875 MHz on secondary basis, 100 W, max bandwidth 16 kHz
70,4125-70,4625 MHz on secondary basis, 100 W, max bandwidth 16 kHz
and some minor adjustments at SHF and EHF. [UBA HF News]

73 and Good DX!
Dave Raycroft, VA3RJ

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