OPDX Bulletin 1352 February 19, 2018

The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 1352
BID: $OPDX.1352
February 19, 2018
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF80.ORG (Cleveland, Ohio)
Mostly Written in Strongsville, Ohio
Sent from Murfreesboro, TN

Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, ARRL Letter/Web, N1DG, NJ1Q & W1AW, NG3K & ADXO, W3UR & The Daily DX, WB6RSE, K8GI, K8YSE, W8GEX & 60m DX News, DL1SBF, DL7UXG & The DX News Letter, DxCoffee.com, DXNews.com, DX-World.Net, E73Y, ES1CW, F5NQL, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, I2MQP & DX Italia News, OZ6OM & 50 MHz DX News, Sixitalia Weekly, VA3RJ & ICPO and VU3VGP for the following DX information.

This week's bulletin was sent out earlier than normal to accommodate the late ARRL DX CW Contest announcements. Also, we wanted to provide the readers with a consolidated listing of the ARRL DX CW Contest participants.

According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Friday, 9th/February, through Friday, 16th/February there were 227 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4O, 4S, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5R, 5T, 5V, 5W, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7P, 7X, 8P, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9Q, 9V, 9X, 9Y, A3, A4, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C5, C6, C9, CE, CE0Y, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, CY0, D2, D4, D6, DL, DU, E4, E5/s, E7, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FK, FM, FR, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HH, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2, J3, J5, J6, J7, J8, JA, JD/o, JT, JW, JY, K, KG4, KH0, KH2, KH6, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OH0, OK, OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P2, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ4, PJ7, PY, PZ, S5, SM, SP, SU, SV, SV/a, SV5, SV9, T30, T7, T8, TA, TF, TG, TI, TJ, TK, TN, TR, TT, TY, TZ, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9M, VP2E, VP2M, VP5, VP8, VP8/h, VP8/o, VP9, VR, VU, XE, XU, XW, XX9, YA, YB, YI, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, Z6, ZA, ZB, 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".

3D2EU ROTUMA DXPEDITION (Update). It was reported on the 3D2EU Web page
[edited]: We regret to inform you, that Tony (3D2AG) will be not with
our team on Rotuma, because of unforeseen work commitments. Our prepar-
ations are on schedule and in one week our team flies from Frankfurt 
over Singapore to Nadi. After a short stay in Nadi we will fly on 
Feb. 23th, with a small Twin Otter to Rotuma. And then... We will 
look for you in the pileup.
 Few other sources are reporting that the team will now only operate from
one location instead of two. Also, the team will not be operating on 60m
due to Tony's absence (no permit). For more details, refer to OPDX.1342
or their Web page at:         http://www.rotuma2018.de

3Y0Z BOUVET DXPEDITION NEWS (From 3Y0Z Web page). Reported on February 14th,
at 1645 UTC: We continue our slow pace toward Capetown. We are currently
making 5.6 knots and are 293 miles from Capetown. We are showing 2 days and
5 hours until we reach Capetown.
  The weather is pleasant. Our seabirds have decreased in number since we
left cooler waters. Recently, a pod of Orcas passed by, and the bridge
spotted a whale. Those were the highlights of the day. There’s not much
left for us to do. We have one /MM radio to occupy the 20 of us.
  It’s a bit difficult to arrange and confirm our flights home and to
prepare for Customs/Immigration in Capetown without the internet, but
we are managing — sort of.
  Thanks again to everyone and the good wishes we encounter on the air.
The “dit-dits” are appreciated.
  73, Ralph, K0IR
Reported on February 16th, at 1320 UTC: ETA at Capetown harbor is 0930
on Saturday morning. We understand that immigration and customs will
come aboard at 1700, and we will likely be cleared to depart the vessel.
DAP has us all booked into a local hotel near the waterfront.
  On Sunday, there will be a reception held at a local yacht club sponsored
by a local radio club and numerous DXers. We are very much looking forward
to that and are certainly honored.
  The first of the team will begin departing for home on Sunday night,
and the majority will be on their way Monday evening/early Tuesday morning.
A few more will straggle out and be on their way home on Wednesday.
  When we depart the vessel on Saturday, that will be our 31st day aboard
the ship. Needless to say, we are ready to set foot on dry, un-moving
ground once again. Ralph and I are very proud of this team. They have
endured many hardships since departing home in early January. They have
been patient and resilient and good company. There will be more updates
in the future, as we begin to unravel this attempt and plan our subsequent
 73, Bob, K4UEE

ADDED NOTES: Remember to visit the team's media pages (Twitter, Facebook)
as well as their Web page to read updates, see pictures and videos of
their trip:
   3Y0Z Web page:   http://www.bouvetdx.org/news-and-updates
   3Y0Z FaceBook:   https://www.facebook.com/groups/639362206232014
   3Y0Z Twitter :   https://twitter.com/Bouvet_3Y0Z
  Also remember to follow their voyage by watching the following URL links:

4U0, AUSTRIA. Just a reminder that members of the International Amateur
Radio Contest DX Club (ARCDXC) [4U1A] will be active with special callsign
4U0R from the Vienna International Center, Austria, for the "World Radio
Day" (February 13th) until February 20th. Activity will be on various HF
bands using CW and SSB. QSL via UA3DX, direct, by the Bureau or ClubLog's
OQRS. For more details, see:       http://www.cqdx.ru/4u1a/4u0r
This station counts as Austria for DXCC purposes.

5H, TANZANIA. John, KB7LBY, will be active as 5H2LBY while ascending Mt.
Kilimanjaro between February 25th and March 2nd. Activity will be limited
during his climb and on 40/20 meters running QRP into a magnetic-loop
antenna. QSL via LoTW.

9N, NEPAL. By the time you read this, Charles, KE5GD, will be here as of
February 15th, and until March 1st. He will be active as 9N7CR between
6:00-8:00 pm Nepal time using an IC-7000 and 100 watts on 20 meters SSB.
QSL via his home callsign. No other details were provided.

BW, TAIIWAN. Bodo, DF8DX, will be active as BW/DF8DX from Taiwan (AS-020)
between June 24-30th. Activity usually will be on 40-10 meters using mainly
CW with 100 watts into a vertical antenna. QSL via his home callsign, by
the Bureau, direct or LoTW.

CN, MOROCCO. M'hamed, CN8NK, in Rabat, will be active as CN4P during
the CQWW WPX SSB Contest (March 24-25th) as a Single-Op/Single-Band (??m)
entry. QSL via EA5XX.

CU4/CT8, AZORES (Rare IOTA). Operators R7KW, RW7K, UZ5DX are now active
as CT8/homecall from the rare IOTA Graciosa Island (EU-175) in the Azores
Group. QSL via their home callsign. They plan to be active as CU4DX
during the ARRL International DX CW Contest (February 17-18th) as a
Multi-Single/High-Power entry. QSL via CU2CE or LoTW.

D4, CAPE VERDE. Rudi, DK7PE, is now active as D44TPE from Santiago Island.
The length of his stay is unknown. Activity will be holiday style on
various HF bands. QSL via DK7PE.

E2, THAILAND. Champ, E21EIC, will be active as E2A (The SIAM DX Group/
Contest Callsign) from Bangkok during the ARRL International DX CW Contest
(February 17-18th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power entry. QSL via
LoTW or by the Bureau using ClubLog.

E5, SOUTH COOK ISLANDS. Oleh, UR5BCP, will be active as E51BCP from
Rarotonga Island (OC-013) between April 15-20th. Operation will also
including some SOTA activations. QSL via KD7WPJ.

E5, SOUTH COOK ISLANDS. Operators Bruce/AD7MM (E51BAS), Marilyn/KI7DLK,
Doug/W6HB (E51DLD) and Peter/WA6HXM will be active from Rarotonga Island
(OC-013) between May 13-25th. Activity will be holiday style on 160-10
meters, and operating from E51AND and E51KC QTHs (also possibly from
E51JD, E51BQ and E51CG QTHs). QSL via their home callsigns direct (see

FY, FRENCH GUIANA. Operators Didier/FY5FY, Herve/F5HRY and Marc/F1HAR
will be active as FY5KE from French Guiana during the ARRL International
DX SSB Contest (March 3-4th) as a Multi-Single/High-Power entry. QSL
via LoTW.

GD9, ISLE OF MAN. Mark, M0DXR, will be active as GD9W from the Isle of
Man during this year's CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 27-28th) as a Single-
OP/Single-Band (40 or 20m) entry. QSL via M0SDV.

H7, NICARAGUA (Update/Change). Operators Jim/WB2REM and Mark/WY1G will
be active as H72DX (not H7DX) from Granada, Nicaragua, between February
26th and March 6th. Activity will be on various HF bands using CW, SSB,
and FT8. QSL via WY1G, direct or ClubLog's OQRS. Watch QRZ.com or
 for updates or more details.

HR, HONDURAS. Clay, WC6YJ, will be active as HR8/WC6YJ from Rus Rus
Hospital between February 19-28th. Activity will be limited to as time
permits (holiday style/working/mainly evenings) on 80-17 meters using
an IC-7100 with only 10-15 watts to an end-fed wire antenna. QSL via
LoTW or ClubLog.

IOTA NEWS..............
  AS-175.  Members of the Gujarat Institute of Amateur Radio (GIAR) and
           Mount Abu International Ham Radio Club will use the special
           callsign AT7BK which was issued for the IOTA station on Ajad
           Tapu Island, of West Gujarat, India. Look for activity between
           February 24-25th. QSL via VU2BK.
  EU-146.  Operators Maarten/PA3EYC, Hans/PE1KWH, Gert/PA2LO, Gerard/PD0PIW
           and Tymen/PA3GRM will be active as PI4AMF/p from Schouwen-
           Duivenland Island during the RSGB IOTA Contest (July 28-29th)
           as a Multi-Op/Island Station/Fixed entry.
           QSL via PA3EYC or ClubLog's OQRS.

  NA-123.  Jim, W8ERI, will be active as V31ZF from Turneffe Atoll, Belize,
           between February 18-23rd. Activity will be on 20/17/15 meters
           SSB. QSL via W8ERI direct.

  OC-128.  Bodo, DF8DX, will be active as DU1WQY/1 from Palawan Island
           between April 15-18th. Activity will usually  be on 40-10
           meters using mainly CW with 100 watts into a vertical antenna.
           QSL via his home callsign, by the Bureau, direct or LoTW.

  OC-179.  (Update) Cezar, VE3LYC, informs that the TCSI has issued him
           the radio license for Temotu, and the callsign for the Duff
           Island operation is H40D! The license for Solomon Islands has
           been issued too, but the callsign isn't what he had requested
           due to an error. Bernhard, DL2GAC/H44MS, relayed his request
           for re-consideration to TCSI, and Cezar is hopeful that the
           matters will be resolved next week when the Telecommunications
           Commissioner will return back in office. For more details and
           updates, watch:    https://oc-179.weebly.com
  [edited] The 2018 DXpedition to Baker Island is proud to commemorate
the 81st anniversary of Amelia Earhart's disappearance on July 2, 1937,
near Baker & Howland islands, as well as the commitment and sacrifices
made by the Hui Panala’au students from Hawaii, who lived on Baker,
Howland and Jarvis from 1935-1942.
  Not many people know that these "Hui Panala’au students" were unsung
heroes. They were part of the American Equatorial Islands Colonization
Project, which helped establish Baker, Howland and Jarvis as legitimate
US territories by forming settlements on Baker and Howland.
  The settlement on Baker was named "Meyerton", after Captain H.A. Meyer
of the US Army, who helped establish the Hui Panala’au camps in 1935.
"Itascatown", on Howland Island, was named after the USCGC ship "Itasca"
which transported the students to the islands from Hawaii. Some of these
young men lost their lives during the simultaneous attacks on Pearl Harbor
& Baker-Howland-Jarvis on December 7-8th, 1941.
  There is a strong connection between Earhart's trip around the world,
and these Hui Panala’au colonists. The students helped build the landing
strip on Howland for Earhart's arrival and were waiting to welcome her
on both Baker and Howland.
  Itasca was anchored at Howland and was in constant communication with 
Earhart as she made her final approach to Howland, but then disappeared 
presumably in the vicinity of Baker-Howland, which are only 40 miles apart. 
 From some reports, a few students were also on the Itasca during those 
final hours.
  Our DXpedition not only honors Earhart, often cited as a role-model for
young girls because of her independence, persistence, and courage, but
also recognizes the important role the brave young Hui Panala’au students
played in US history.
  KH1 is the 5th most wanted entity. Our plans are to bring the KH1
entity to as many operators, and countries as we can. We hope adding
these historical elements to our adventure makes it more interesting
and enjoyable to our audience and raises awareness of our hobby in the
general public.
  As with any DXpedition to the really rare ones, this will be another
large budget operation. The operator team will contribute over 50% of
the expected budget of $400,000. You can help make this DXpedition happen
by visiting our website and contributing today.
Thank you in advance for your support.
The Baker Island 2018 Team

NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN (For CQ Amateur Radio, Contest, and DX Halls of Fame).
  Nominations will be accepted until March 1st for membership in the CQ
Amateur Radio, DX, and CQ Contest Halls of Fame. The DX and Contest Halls
of Fame recognize radio amateurs who have made major contributions to
DXing and Contesting, respectively. The CQ Amateur Radio Hall of Fame
recognizes those who have made major contributions to Amateur Radio
generally, and radio amateurs who have made major contributions to society
at large.
  "The activities and accomplishments that qualify one for membership in
these elite groups involve considerable personal sacrifice and can usually
be described by the phrase 'above and beyond the call of duty,'" the
nomination announcement said.
  Nominations may be made by individuals, clubs, or national organizations.
Up to two people may be inducted into the Contest and DX halls of fame
each year. There is no set maximum for inductees into the Amateur Radio
Hall of Fame.
  E-mail nominations (preferred) or mail (postmarked by March 1st)
to Amateur Radio, DX, or Contest Hall of Fame, c/o CQ magazine,
17 West John St., Hicksville, NY 11801 USA. Be sure to specify which
Hall of Fame the nomination is for.
  Inductees typically are announced immediately prior to Hamvention® in May.

PR2, BRAZIL (LH Op). Operators Billy/PY2LCD, Enrique/PU2PSP, Carlos/
PY2VM and Luiz/PY2XZ will be active as PR2IL from the Icapara Light-
house (ARLHS BRA 135) between February 16-18th. This activity will be
during the 10th South American Lighthouse Weekend. Operations will be
on 80-10 meters using CW, SSB and FT8. QSL via PY2LCD. For more details
about the South American Lighthouse Weekend and a list of stations, see:

PROPAGATION FORECAST/REPORT (February 19-25th).......
 Feb/19th AN      Feb/22nd  AN     Feb/24th  AN
 Feb/20th AN      Feb/23rd  AN     Feb/25th  AN
 Feb/21st AN

    NORMALITY               GEOMAG       K Values    Alpha
   -----------------        ------       --------    ------
   AN  - Above Normal       Quiet        K=0-1       0-7
   HN  - High Normal        Unsettled    K=2         8-15
   LN  - Low Normal         Active       K=3         16-29
   BN  - Below Normal       Minor Storm  K=4         30-49
   DIS - Disturbed          Major Storm  K=5         50-99
   VRY DIS - Very Disturbed Severe Storm K=6-9       100-400

  The purpose of this experimental Web site is to provide 24-7-365 actual
  (REALTIME) band condition information to CW QRPp, QRPe and CW/SSB for
  Contesters interested in increasing their scores. It can also be of
  benefit to other Radio Amateurs to determine band conditions for Nets
  and casual QSO's. This information is NOT based on any software pre-
  dictions or any kind of satellite based readings. It is based on a
  new Ionospheric sounding method called "HF Ionospheric Interferometry"
  which operates very similarly to the PolSAR system used by NASA.

  Also, check out the VOACAP predication Web page at:
  A daily HF radio wave propagation forecast can be found at:
      Also on Twitter: https://twitter.com/@GiellaW4hm

QSL INFO AND NEWS...................
  QSL-INFO from DB0SDX by Lothar, DL1SBF  (February 11th) 
  4L/TA7AZC via TA7AZC & (L) DR60RAFG via DH1BUZ     OR15ANT via ON7ZM
  4U0R via UA3DX             EA8/PA0PCH via PA0PCH   P40W via N2MM (d/L) 
  4U13FEB via 9A2AA          ED2C via EA2CJ          TI5/N5BEK via N5BEK (**)
  5R8SV via G3SWH            EE1I via EA1SB (L/e)    TM390SR via F4DTO
  AM5WAP via EA1IT           EE4A via EA4IE          V26M via W3HNK
  CN2DF via DL7DF & (L)      EI100MCV via EI6AL      VP9/W6PH via W6PH (d)
  CN2FR via DL7DF & (L)      GB1FWW via G4XEX & (L)  XW3DT via RK3DT (P) 
  CR5V via M0OXO (O)         HG0R via HA0NAR         YE6YE via YE6YE (d/e/L)
  CT8/RW7K via RW7K          HL0WOP via HL2DBP & (L) YV1KK via OH0XX
  CT9/DL5WS via DL5WS        II4HRZ via IQ4FE        ZA/IW2JOP via IW2HAJ 
  CT9/DL8UD via DL8UD        IQ9MQ via IT9MRM (d)    ZA/IW2JOP via IW2HAJ 
  CV7S via CX7SS             J52EC via IZ3BUR (d)    ZM2B via ZL2BR
  DL160EMMA via DG5YHE       KH6TU via KH6TU (L/d)   ZZ40MS via (PY-B)
  DL70PADER via DG2YFZ (B)   N0J via JJ2VLY
  DP8M via DL6NDW            OK/DH7WW/P via DH7WW

  (e) eQSL only  (d) direct only   (B) Bureau only  (*-B) DX's- Bureau
  (O) OQRS only  (C) ClubLog only  (L) LoTW only    (N) No QSL needed
  (I) No IRC     (P) PayPal        (**) direct to Costa Rica


  NEW JY5HX QSL ROUTE. Boris, E73Y, informs OPDX that effective 10-Feb-2018,
  he is taking over the QSL Manager duties for Dr. Munzer Qraini, JY5HX.
  He has the complete logs and once QSL cards are printed Boris will be
  able to confirm direct and Bureau requests for all QSOs. Clublog's OQRS
  will be activated once QSL cards are received from printer (end of

  SQ7OWZ, TR8CA, TZ4AM, UA4CR, V26RA, VE9DZ, VK3BM, YB8XM/P (with wrong
  loc data & IOTA identifier) and YV5DRN

  F5PWK, IS0HQJ, J5T (AF-020), PU5BTO, TO2SP and VP9/N2OO


TY, BENIN (Update). Members of the F6KOP team, the Provins ARC, will be
active as TY7C from Ouidah between March 8-17th. Operators mentioned are
Jean-Luc/F1ULQ/AK8DX (Team Leader/SSB operator), Damien/F4AZF (Co-leader/
SSB operator), Raymond/F5MFV (RTTY/Digi operator), Xavier/F5NTZ (CW
operator), Jo/DJ3CQ (CW operator), Arno/DL1CW (CW operator), Christian/
DL2MDU, Andreas/DL3GA/AB8AY (CW operator), Philipp/OE7PGI (RTTY/Digi
operator) and Henri/F1HRE (RTTY operator). The pilot station will be Frank,
F4AJQ. Activity will be on 160-10 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital
modes. They plan to have four stations on the air. QSL via F5GSJ direct,
LoTW or ClubLog's OQRS. For more details, see:

V2, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA. By the time you read this, Alan, N3AD, will once
again be active as V26M (as of February 13th) from Antigua Island (NA-100)
until February 19th, during the ARRL International DX CW Contest (February
17-18th) as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL via W3HNK.

XV, VIETNAM. William "BJ", WA7WJR, reports on his QRZ.com page that he
will once again be active as XV9WJR during April and May.

Z6, KOSOVO. DXCC newest entity continues to be very active on the bands
to celebrate its entry on the DXCC list and celebrating Kosovo's 10th
anniversary of independence (February, 2008). Reports indicate that
ClubLog's DXCC Most Wanted list as of February 14th, has the Republic
of Kosovo now at the #8 position after rocketing into the #1 slot when
it became a DXCC entity on January 21st. The #2 and #3 slots are held
by Bouvet Island and Crozet Island, respectively, while North Korea is
back at #1. Just a reminder to look for Z60A to be in the ARRL Inter-
national DX CW Contest (February 17-18th). With two stations on the air,
Z60A operations are expected to continue through February 19th.
  As this was being written, ClubLog shows (as of 2218z, February 15th)
that Z60A has made a total of 73852 QSOs with 24689 unique callsigns:
38890/CW, 24224/SSB, 1/HELL and 10737/RTTY. The breakdown by continent
is: 535/AF, 7460/AS, 49775/EU, 15149/NA, 303/OC and 630/SA. QSL via OH2BH.

ZF2, CAYMAN ISLAND (Satellites, Grids, HF). Adrian, AA5UK, will once
again be operating as ZF2AE from Grand Cayman (between March 1-4th)
and ZF2AE/ZF8 from Little Cayman (between March 5-10). Activity will
be holiday style (usually) on 40-10 meters using a IC-7300 and vertical
antenna. Operations will be focused on the Digital modes (FT8, RTTY,
PSK and other digital modes upon request)with possibly some SSB, and the
satellites using 2x FT-817s and Arrow Antenna for satellite. Most of his
activity will be in the afternoons and evenings. For the latest oper-
ational updates, watch his Twitter links <@AA5UK and @ ZF2AE>. QSL direct
to AA5UK with a SAE/SASE, LoTW or eQSL.

ZF9, CAYMAN ISLANDS. Stan, K5GO, will once again be active as ZF9CW from
Cayman Brac Island (NA-016) this time during the ARRL International DX
CW Contest (February 17-18th) as Single-Op/All-Band/Low-Power entry.
QSL via LoTW or his home callsign direct.

ZL, NEW ZEALAND. Operators Mark/ZL3AB, Geoff/ZL3GA and Phil/ZL3PAH will
use the "Quake Contesters" callsign ZL3X during the ARRL International
CW Contest (February 17-18th) as a Multi-2 entry. QSL via LoTW or direct
to ZL3PAH.

       The following stations are expected to be active in the
                 ARRL DX CW Contest (February 17-18th, 2018)
      Thanks to Bill, NG3K, for providing OPDX readers with the following
consolidated listing of the participants in the 2018 ARRL DX 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/adxc2018.html  (By callsign)
          http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/adxcd2018.html (By entity)
For the complete set of rules, see:  http://www.arrl.org/arrl-dx
 Contest        DXCC          Class         QSL
Callsign       Entity                       Route
3W9DLE         Vietnam                      W0DLE (d)
5W0LR          Samoa                        LoTW; QSL via AD7AR (d/C)
6Y2T           Jamaica        SOAB HP       VE3DZ
AH2R           Guam           M/?           LoTW
C6A            Bahamas                      N4BP
CR3DX          Madeira        M/2           OM2VL
CU4DX          Azores         M/S           LoTW; QSL via CU2CE
D44EE       Cape Verde Island SO LP         LoTW; QSL via OZ1BII (C/e)
E2A            Thailand       SOAB HP       LoTW; QSL via (HS-B)
GM5A           Scotland       M/2           LoTW; (C)
J6/KG9N        St. Lucia                    KG9N
KH6/OK6DJ      Hawaii                       LoTW; QSL via OK6DJ (C/e/d)
NP2N        US Virgin Islands M/S 
OA4/WJ2O       Peru           SO LP         LoTW
P40E           Aruba          M/S           LoTW; QSL via K9QVB
P40W           Aruba          SOAB          LoTW; N2MM (d); (NB)
P49Y           Aruba          SOAB
PJ2T           Curacao        M/?           W3HNK
PJ4A           Bonaire        M/?           LoTW; QSL via K4BAI 
T45FM          Cuba                         RW6HS
T48K           Cuba           M/2           DK1WI
T8NC           Palau          SOAB LP       AA4NC
TI7W           Costa Rica     SOHP          LoTW; QSL via W4FS
TO1A           French Guiana  SOSB 15M      F5HRY
V26M           Antigua                      W3HNK
V3T            Belize         M/S           WC0W
V47T         St Kitts & Nevis SOAB          N2NT
VK3HF          Australia      M/2           LoTW; QSL via M0OXO
VP2MSS         Montserrat     M/2           LoTW; QSL via K1QX
VP5K           Turks & Caicos               LoTW; QSL via K0PC
VP9/W6PH       Bermuda
ZF1A           Cayman Islands M/S           LoTW; QSL via K6AM (B/d) 
ZF9CW          Cayman Islands SOAB LP       K5GO
ZL3X           New Zealand    M/2           LoTW

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