|The Ohio/Penn DX PacketCluster |
DX Bulletin No. 961
May 31, 2010
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, NG3K & ADXO, N4AA & QRZ DX, KH2AR/W4,
KL7JR, K8GI, K8YSE, W8GEX (60m News), AT International, DL7MAE & The DX News
Letter, DX World.Net, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, F6FQK, HP1AC, I1JQJ/IK1ADH
& 425 DX News, IK7JWX, MM0DFV, ON9CDR, OZ6OM & 50 MHz DX News, Pete's-DX-
Newsdesk, RN1CW, RSGB IOTA Web Site, TA0U, VA3RJ & ICPO, VE3ZIK, and
VHF-DX-Portal (MMMonVHF) for the following DX information.
** EDITOR'S SPECIAL NOTICE: This week's bulletin was sent out earlier
than normal to accommodate the late CQWW WPX CW Contest announcements.
Also, we wanted to provide the readers with a consolidated listing
of the CQWW WPX CW Contest participants.
DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT: According to the AR-Cluster Network for the
week of Friday, 21st-May, through Friday, 28th-May there were 208 countries
active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3D2, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4U1I, 4X,
5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5V, 5W, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7X, 8P, 8Q, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9L,
9M2, 9M6, 9Q, 9V, 9Y, A4, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C5, C6, CE, CE9,
CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, DL, DU, E4, E5/s, E7, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9,
EI, EK, EL, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FR, FS,
FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HH, HI, HK, HL, HP,
HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2, J5, J6, J8, JA, 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, PY, PZ, R1FJ, S2, S5, S7, SM, SP, ST, SU,
SV, SV5, SV9, T7, T8, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TL, TN, TR, TT, TU, TZ, UA,
UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V5, V8, VE, VK, VK9L, VP2E, VP2V, VP5, VP8,
VP8/o, VP9, VR, VU, XE, XU, YA, YB, YI, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3,
ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZF, ZL, ZP, ZS, ZS8
* 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).
3C9B AND 3C0C DXPEDITION. As of press time, no word on these operations
has been reported on their Web page. We would have thought that the 3C9B
operation to Bioko Island (AF-010), Equatorial Guinea, would have started
by now. For more details and updates on the 3C0C and 3C9B DXpeditions,
visit the Web page at: http://www.3c0c-annobon.com
3V, TUNISIA. SWL Ashraf "Ash", 3V4-002 (KF5EYY), will be active as 3V8SS
from the "Radio Club Station of Tunisian Scouts" in Sousse, during the
CQWW WPX CW Contest (May 29-30th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/Low-Power
entry. QSL via IZ8CCW. Read about Ashraf on the following Web page at:
A2, BOTSWANA. Charles "Frosty" Frost, K5LBU, will lead another DXpedition
to Africa. This time to Botswana between October 20th and November 4th.
Operators mentioned are: Scasciafratti/I0ZY (A25ZY), Lor/IK1MDF (A25DF),
Giannarelli/IZ5MMB (A25MB), Frosty/K5LBU (A25CF), Irish/K5ZOL and
Lehman/KD5TAN (A25AN). They plan to have three stations on the air
operating 160-6 meters, depending on conditions. The group will also be
in the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st) using the callsign A25HQ.
Each operator, using their own callsign, will handle their own QSL cards
by the Bureau or direct (QRZ.com address). QSL for A25HQ go via K5LBU.
The logs will be uploaded via CLUBLOG daily (depending on the InterNet
connection). The group is looking for sponsors. For more details and
update, visit their Web page at: http://www.qsl.net/a25-2010/index.html
AT10, ANTARCTICA. Bhagwati, AT10BP, is looking for contacts with the USA
and JA stations. He writes: "Propagation on HF is still very poor; I can
just make good contacts on 20 meters with South Africa and when conditions
are better I can work some EUs. Very few US and JA in my log, and I'm
wondering what is the best opening from JA and USA through Antarctica.
Feel free to send me an E-mail to schedule skeds, I'll be pleased to do
so. My E-mail adress is: firstname.lastname@example.org
....73 Bhagwati Prasad Semwal VU3BPZ/AT10BP, Communication Officer MAITRI,
BORDER LINE DX (KL7-VY1)! Members of the North Country DX Association
(WP2JR) will be active on HF from the Alaska-Yukon border between June
27th and July 2nd, or maybe even earlier in June. Yukon John, KL7JR,
informs OPDX that the operating position will be from the KL7JR motor
home on the international border, with antenna legs in each country and
the transceiver "on the line"! Suggested frequencies are: 14250 kHz +/-
QRM (main), and 7240 kHz plus 30/17/12m (secondary). Imagine, both Alaska
and the Yukon on together. One contact counts for both countries! Lon/Lat:
140.97W and 62.51N (BP92MM... John thinks!). QSL KL7JR CBA.
DXCC NEWS (2009 DXCC Yearbooks are in!) Bill Moore, NC1L, ARRL Awards
Manager, reports: "The 2009 DXCC Yearbooks have arrived from the printer.
There are close to 4,500 to be mailed so after a brief preparation period
they should start appearing in mailboxes in the next 2-3 weeks."
E4, PALESTINE (Update). The E4X operation is now on the air until June
6th. The operators mentioned (as of print time) are: Antonio/EA5RM (Team
Leader), Roberto/EA2RY, Fernando/EA5FX, Manuel/EA7AJR, Jose/EA7KW, Florent/
F5CWU, Alain/F6ENO, Bernard/F9IE and Fabrizio/IN3ZNR. Pilot stations are:
William/K6GNX and Richard/W6ENZ. Operations will be on 160-6 meters
including 30/17/12 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY with at least 3 stations
on the air at the same time on different bands and modes. QSL via EA5RM:
Antonio Gonzalez, P.O. Box 930, E-03200 Elche, SPAIN. For updates visit
the E4X Web page at: http://www.dxfriends.com/e4x/index.php
AS-067. Members of the Tokyo Dental College ARC (Kanichi/JE1SCF,
JF1QQR, JG4IQC and possibly others) will be active as JA1YUC/6
from Uji Island for the RSGB IOTA Contest (July 24-25th). QSL
via JA1YUC, by the Bureau is preferred.
EU-010. Operators Ray/M1REK and Andy/M1LOL, members of the South
Cheshire Amateur Radio Society, will be active as GM6TW/p
from some of the Outer Hebrides Islands between June 12-17th.
Their tentative schedule is as follows:
June 12-13th - Lewis and Harris Islands (IOSA OH01, SCOTIA
June 14-15th - North (IOSA OH02, SCOTIA HI13, WLOTA LH-3287)
and South (IOSA OH03, SCOTIA HI06, WLOTA LH-2972)
Uist, Benbecula (IOSA OH04, SCOTIA HI08) and
June 16-17th - Barra (IOSA OH11, SCOTIA HI02, WLOTA LH-3126)
and Vatersay Islands.
Bands and modes of activity were not provided. To find out the
latest information go to Twitter at:
EU-128. Holger, DL5XAT, will once again be active as homecall/p from
Fehmarn Island (O-01 for the German Islands Award) during the
RSGB IOTA Contest (July 24-25th) as a Single-Op/24H/CW entry.
QSL via his home callsign.
NA-014. Members of the Halifax Amateur Radio Club (VE1FO) will be
active as VE1FO/9 from Campobello Island (CISA NB001) between
May 28-31st. Operators mentioned are: Beckie/KB1IRZ, Cory/N1URA,
Dick/VE1AI, Howard/VE1DHD, Ella/VE1PEI, Scott/VE1QD, Gary/VE1RGB
and Ken/VY2RU. QSL via VE1FO, direct (w/SAE or SASE + sufficient
postage [1 IRC or 2 USDs]) or by the Bureau. No U.S. stamps on
SASEs please (They are no good in Canada).
NA-141. (Special Event) Just a reminder! Members of the Jupiter Tequesta
Repeater Group will be active as W4K to celebrate John F.
Kennedy's birthday from Peanut Island (USI FL-479, Palm Beach
County, FL), May 29-30th. Operations will be from "JFK's old
Cuban missile crisis bunker". Activity will be focused on HF
(mainly 40/20m), 6 and 2 meters using CW and SSB. This will be
the first time Peanut Island will be activated. The QSL cards
have been designed for the event and can be viewed on their
Web page at: http://jtrg.org/DXpedition.shtml
SA-041. (Update/Callsign Change) Members of the Araucaria DX Group
will activate the 2nd most wanted IOTA group (Maranhao State
West Group) in South America as PX8J (not PW8J as first
announced) between June 9-15th. This IOTA group consists
of 23 islands, one of these islands is called "Ilha dos
Lencois" and it is the location for this DXpedition. According
to the group's Web page, 4 experienced DX operators will be
on the air around the clock. Operators mentioned are: Ciro/PY7ZY
(Team Leader), Fred/PY2XB, Jim/PY7XC and Andre/PY0FF. Lencois
Island will be activated for the first time. Likewise, a new
DIB and a new Grid Square will be activated (GI78nq). Activity
will be on 80-10 meters using CW and SSB. QSL via PY7ZY, by the
Bureau or direct. For more details, visit their Web page at:
http://www.pw8j.com --or-- http://www.px8j.com
ADDED NOTE: After returning from SA-041, the group will activate
Sao Luis Island (SA-016) between June 16-18th. The callsign
will be PX8L (not PW8L as first announced).
IS0, SARDINIA. Operators Sergio/IS0SSY, Daniele/IK2SND, Sauro/IK5EKB,
Salvatore/IK8UND, Mauro/IN3QBR, Walter/IN3XUG and Gabriele/IZ3GOM will
be active as IS0B from Sardinia Island (EU-024) during the RSGB IOTA
Contest (July 24-25th) as a Multi-Mix/Resident entry. QSL via IK2SND.
K0, UNITED STATES (Special Event). The Tri-City ARC is sponsoring a special
event operation commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Pony Express.
Activity will take place between June 6-26th, using the callsign K0BLT.
These dates are the same as the annual Pony Express reride. Operations
will be on the HF bands (in both the General and Extra portions of the
band), using both CW and SSB. A special QSL card (see image on QRZ.com)
has already been printed. To receive this QSL, send your QSL with QSO
details to K0BLT (via QRZ.com address) with an SASE (REQUIRED). Any DX
cards received by the Bureau will also be answered 100%. For more info,
Google Pony Express.
MJ0, JERSEY. Mat, MJ0ASP (aka-F5SHQ), will be active during the CQWW WPX
CW Contest (May 29-30th) as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL via MJ0ASP.
ON44, BELGIUM (Special Event). Members of the "Radio Club de Binche" will
activate the special event callsign ON44WAR from La Gleize between June
19-20th. The timetable of transmissions will be as follows: at the hour
up to the hour and a half, transmissions on CW on 7.025 or 3.560 MHz
(Paraser MK VII); at the hour and a half up to the next hour, transmissions
on SSB on 7 and 14 MHz. QSL via ON7RY.
P4, ARUBA. Jim, PG4DX, will be active P4/PG4DX from Aruba (SA-036, WLOTA
LH-0033) between July 18th and August 6th. Activity will be on all HF
bands, mainly around the usual island and IOTA frequencies. QSL via his
home callsign, by the Bureau or direct.
PACIFIC ODYSSEY 2010 TOUR (Update/Operation Cancelled). On May 27th, members
of the Ukrainian DXpeditioners Team (UDXT) announced the following:
"We apologize to the world radioamateur community – for the reasons
independent of us, we are not able to carry out the expedition.
On the 25th of May at 10 p.m. local time the engine of our ship
"Southern Cross" fell out when we were 120 nm from Kanton island.
The captain Paul Green decided to turn the ship and go back to the port
of Apia, Samoa, under sails. Such decision was determined by the fact
that the entry to the Kanton's cove without engines would be impossible,
and the repair of engine in the ocean is impossible too.
The way to Apia, Samoa, will take approximately 8-10 days with favorable
wind under sails. The food and water must suffice. Our main task at the
moment is to come back safe to Apia."
For more information and updates, please visit the DXpedition's Web
site at: http://www.uz1hz.com/pacificodyssey.html
QSL INFO AND NEWS.....................
UA4WHX QSLS RECEIVED. Les, WF5E, of the WF5E DX QSL SERVICE, reports:
"I just received my second shipment of 865 QSLs from UA4WHX. They will
be distributed ASAP...... Thanks Vlad."
YI9PSE QSL STATUS. According to their Twitter page (dated May 17th):
"The YI9PSE DXpedition QSL cards have arrived from the printer and
will be in the mail over the next 4-6 weeks."
QSLS VIA LoTW: 5C5W, CN8KD, F4FFH, I5RFD, IZ5JMZ, IZ5NRF, JA6LCJ,
MI0SAI, OH2BCK, RU3EJ, SP7HOV, TN5SN, UN1L, V31MU, VA3MJR and YI1RZ
QSLS RECEIVED VIA MAIL: 3B8CF, 4B2ANT, 5W0YA, 6W2SC, 9Y4/DF8AN, CK8G,
IF9ZWA, IK8TWV, J5UAP, LZ1ND, ST2AR, TM7CC, TM7F, V63DQ, Z33A and
QSLS RECEIVED VIA THE BUREAU: LX7I, OC1I and OC6I
S7, SEYCHELLES. Juan Carlos, EA2RC, will be active as S79SAL from Mahe
between July 17–31st. Activity will be on the HF bands. QSL via his
home callsign, by the Bureau or direct. ADDED NOTE: Look for S79SAL to
join Marq, CT1BWW/S79BWW, during his first official WFF (World Flora
Fauna) DXpedition on Seychelles -- reference number WFF004. For more
details, see OPDX.957 or the Web site at: http://www.ct1bww.com/s79bww
SV5, DODECANESE. Max, IZ4JMA, will be active as SV5/IZ4JMA from the
Island of Karpathos (EU-001) between June 6-20th. Max states, "As far
as I know, the island rarely appeared "on the air" (last spot on cluster
is dated 12 June 2001)." The island holds a reference for the Greek
Islands Award (GIOTA) as DKS-016. Activity will be holiday style on
80-10 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes. QSL via IZ4JMA direct.
SV5, DODECANESE. Darren, G0TSM, will be active as SV5/G0TSM from Kos
Island (IOTA EU-001) between now and June 2nd. Activity will be on the
HF bands and 6 meters. QSL via his home callsign.
TC2010, TURKEY (Special Event). Members of the Turkish group called TCSWAT
(TC Special Wireless Activity Team) will once again activate the special
callsigns TC2010CCE (European side), TC2010CCA (Asian Side) and TC2010CCI
(Island side) between May 28-30th. For more detailed information on these
special events and their relevant awards, please see the following Web
TI, COSTA RICA. Olli, OH0XX, will be active as TI5N during the CQWW WPX
CW Contest (May 29-30th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/Low-Power entry. QSL
via W3HNK .
TP60, FRANCE (Special Event). Francis, F6FQK, reports that members of
the "Council of Europe Radio Amateur Club" (CERAC) will be active as
TP60CE between June 4-6th. Activity will be on CW, SSB, PSK and the
Satellites to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the "Convention of Human
Rights". QSL via F5LGF. An online log search will be available at:
UDCF-2010. Andrew, RN1CW, wants to remind everyone that June 26th and
27th, is the 2010 "United activity Days of Castles and Fortresses" (UDCF).
This will be the first time for the international days of activities.
The purpose of the event is to visit, work and air the many historical
places, monuments and architectural constructions. For more detailed
information on UDCF, as well as info on an international award program
"WCA - World Fortresses", visit the Web page: http://www.wcagroup.org
VK9C, LORD HOWE ISLAND. Tomas, VK2CCC (aka LY1F), is now active as VK9LL
until May 31st. Activity will be limited to his spare time on 160/80
meters, and he plans to participate in CQWW WPX CW Contest (May 29-30th).
Tomas has indicated that he has concentrated on 160m at the moment but
may be working on 80m two nights during the contest. He is only running
100w. His antenna system is:
TX ant. – inverted L with 51 ground radial
RX ant. – K9AY, beverage 220m to EU/JA, and semi vertical loop
He also reports that conditions at the moment are very difficult in
VK9L-land with heavy wind of up to 80 km/h and heavy rains every day
and every night. It's not very easy to work on antennas. The QRM is
very bad for the low bands. QSL cards will be available via an "Online
QSL Request System" at the following Web page. QSL by other methods such
as LoTW and by the Bureau or direct are via VK2CCC. For updates and
possibly more details, visit: http://www.qrz.lt/ly1df/vk9ll.htm
GREENDAY 2010. Radio amateurs of the whole world are invited to help
protect nature and environment, and to participate in the GreenDay 2010
event by working from the territories of the national natural parks and
reserves of the world – Especially Protected Nature Territories (EPNT)
– included into the WFF Directory. See the WFF Directory at:
The event takes place between 1200z June 12th, and 1159z June 13th.
Modes are CW and SSB, using the 160/80/40/30/20/17/15/12/10 meters.
The recommended CQing are: «CQ GreenDay» on SSB and «CQ GD» on CW.
Exchange Numbers: The stations working from territories of the national
parks and reserves are sending RST (RS) and WFF directory number. All
other participants will send RST (RS). For more details and the rules,
GMFF-024 - For the first time GM4FFF will be working from Flanders Moss
National Nature Reserve (GMFF-024) between May 29-30th. Flanders Moss
National Nature Reserve (NNR) is one of the largest areas of relatively
undisturbed lowland raised bog in the European Community. Because of its
natural heritage importance, it has been designated a European Special
Area of Conservation (SAC) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest
(SSSI). Quite simply, it is probably the biggest and best remaining
raised bog in Western Europe. It is one of the last remaining natural
landscapes in Scotland and is home to many plants, insects and birds.
It also tells a fascinating story of the social and cultural history of
people living in this part of Scotland. There is much to interest people.
The team consists of MM0DFV, GM0WRR, and GM0EZP. They are going to
contact the reserve's manager to make sure that they can have a place
to stay overnight. The most important location references
are - WAB Square: NS69; Grid Locator: IO76VD; Latitude: 56°09'12''N;
Longitude: 04°10'39''W; IOTA: EU-005; EU Area: SC30 (Stirling). QSL
Manager is MM0DFV.
YE1, INDONESIA. Operators YD1JZ, YD1DCF, YD1GCL, YD1ORZ, YC1KAF, YB1ALL,
YB1CCF, YB1KAR and YB1NWP will be active as YE1C during the CQWW WPX CW
Contest (May 29-30th) as a Multi-Single entry. QSL via YE1C.
ZL8, ZERMADEC ISLANDS (Update). Announced on May 10th, the Zermadec team
finally signed the charter contract to sail with the "MV Claymore II" to
Raoul Island in November 2010. Nigel Jolly, owner of the well-known
Braveheart, purchased this ship in 2009. Originally built in 1966 in
Wilhelmshaven, Germany, she now mainly serves the route between Mangareva
and Pitcairn Island to deliver cargo supplies to Pitcairn Island and to
carry passengers between the islands. While the Braveheart will carry out
another DXpedition at nearly the same time, the team is proud to be the
first DXpedition to use the "MV Claymore II". Though the ship isn't used
to the special needs and habits of amateur radio expeditions, the crew
definitely knows what they are doing. Nigel and his son Matt have access
to several experienced seamen who all took part in demanding expeditions
(of course also DXpeditions like ZL8R, ZL9CI, FT5XO, VP8GEO/THU or VP6DX).
ZS8M, MARION ISLAND (Update). Pierre, ZS1HF, on Marion Island (AF-021),
was mainly active on 20 meters this past week. Best times to watch are
between 0630-0730z and after 1230z. Frequencies he has been on are:
14245-14250 kHz. QSL Manager is Dirk, ZS1X. See QRZ.com for details.
The following stations are expected to be active in the
CQWW WPX CW Contest (May 29-30th, 2010)
Thanks to Bill, NG3K, for providing OPDX readers with the following
consolidated listing of the participants in the 2010 CQWW WPX CW Contest.
For a more detailed listing (and up-to-date changes/corrections) in HTML
format, please visit Bill's Web page at:
http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/wpxc2010.html (By callsign)
http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/wpxcd2010.html (By entity)
Contest DXCC Class QSL
Callsign Entity Route
3V8SS Tunisia SOAB LP IZ8CCW
4L8A Georgia SOSB 20M LoTW; QSL also OK via K1BV
4L0A Georgia SOAB HP LoTW
B7P China M/S BD7IXG
CD1R Chile M/S CE1KR
CE3AA Chile SO XQ4CW
CQ3L Madeira M/? DJ6QT
DR1A Germany M/M DL6FBL
E20YLM/4 Thailand SO LP E20YLM
E21EIC Thailand SOAB HP E21EIC
EE2W Spain M/S EB2BXL
EF8E Canary Island SO LoTW
EF8M Canary Island SOAB HP UA3DX
EG8GCA Canary Island SO LP EA8TH
ES0DJ Estonia SOSB 15M ES2DJ
G1A England SOAB HP M0DXR
HS8JYX Thailand SO LP LoTW; QSL also OK via eQSL
IU9T Sicily M/S IT9GSF
J48HW Greece HA0HW; QSL OK via HA Buro
KP2B Virgin Island SOAB LP EA7FTR
KP3Z Puerto Rico SOAB HP N4AO
LN5O Norway SOAB HP LoTW
LN9Z Norway SOSB 20M LoTW
LS1D Argentina M/S LW9EOC
LU3DKV Argentina M/S LU3DKV
LX7I Luxembourg M/2 LX2A
LY7A Lithuania M/M by the BUREAU OR DIRECT
LZ9W Bulgaria M/M LZ1PM
MJ0ASP Jersey SOAB MJ0ASP
NG3R USA SO HP
NQ4I USA M/M LoTW; QSL also OK via K4PK
OG0Z Aland Island SOSB W0MM
OP4K Belgium M/S OP4K; QSL OK via Buro or direct
OQ3R Belgium SOSB 40M ON4RU
OZ5E Denmark M/2 OZ1XJ
P49Y Aruba SOAB LP AE6Y
PJ2T Netherlands Antilles SOAB HP N9AG
PJ4A Netherlands Antilles SOAB HP K4BAI
PX2C Brazil SOSB 15M LoTW; QSL also OK via PY2MTV,
direct or eQSL
RG3K Russia (Europe) SOAB HP UA3QDX
RW2F Kaliningrad M/M DK4VW
S65Q Singapore 9V1QQ
SN30J Poland SOAB SP5JXK Buro
ST2AR Sudan SOAB S53R
TA2LM Turkey SOSB TA2LM
TC3A Turkey M/2 LZ44WFF
TM33E France M/? LoTW; QSL also OK via F5GGL
TM77M France SOAB QRP eQSL
UU7J Ukraine M/? UU0JM
V26E Antigua SOAB HP LoTW; QSL also OK via AB2E, direct
VC2W Canada SOAB VA2WDQ
VK6HZ Australia SOAB LoTW; QSL also OK via VK6NE
VK9CLH Lord Howe Island SO LoTW; see Web for QSL details
VQ90JC Chagos QSL via ND9M, direct or by the
XQ1IDM Chile SOSB 20M XQ1IDM
XU7ACY Cambodia SO LP W2EN
XV2W Vietnam LoTW; QSL also OK via W6NWS,
Buro or direct
YE1C Indonesia M/S YE1C
YN2GY Nicaragua SO LoTW; QSL also OK via K9GY direct
ZS9X South Africa SOSB LoTW
ZW5B Brazil M/M K3IRV