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The Ohio/Penn Dx 9acketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 501
BID: $OPDX.501
March 05, 2001
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF-80 BBS Cleveland, Ohio
Online at 440-237-8208 28.8k-1200 Baud 8/N/1

Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, KT1J, NC1L, N2NB, WB2YQH/WB2RAJ & The 599 DX Report, W3UR & The Daily DX, N4AA & QRZ DX, N4GN, WB4PVT, WD4NGB, N5FG, N6RT, K8YSE, NE8Z, W9VA, CT1BNW, CT1END, CT1ERK, DJ7ZG, DL1EK & DX News Letter, DL2FAG, G3SXW, G4ZVJ, HA5LV, HA0HW, HK3JJH, I0MWI, IK7JWX, IN3ZNR, IZ8AJQ, JA3MZB, JM1LRQ, PA5ET, PY2KQ, RZ3EC, UA6CW, VE3EXY, YB5QZ, ZR1DQ and the ARRL Letter for the following DX information.

My wife and I would like to thank the many who sent congratulation messages on OPDX's 500th issue. We hope to continue to provide you with the up-to-date DX information each week best as we can. As long as the DX Community provides the info, we will continue to send it out....... 73 and GUD DX de Tedd KB8NW

According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 25/Feb, through Sunday, 4/Mar there were 243 countries active. Countries available: 1S, 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3D2/r, 3V, 3W, 3Y/b, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4U1U, 4W, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5U, 5V, 5W, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7P, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8Q, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9Q, 9V, 9Y, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C5, C6, C9, CE, CE0A, CE0Z, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D6, DL, DU, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FH, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FP, FR, FW, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HC8, HH, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2, J3, J6, J7, J8, JA, JD/o, JT, JW, JX, JY, K, KH0, KH2, KH3, KH6, KH9, 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, R1FJ, S5, S9, SM, SP, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T31, T32, T33, T7, T8, T9, TA, TF, TG, TI, TJ, TK, TR, TT, TU, TY, TZ, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9N, VP2E, VP2M, VP2V, VP5, VP8, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XT, XU, XW, YB, YI, YK, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZD7, ZD8, ZF, ZK1/s, ZK2, ZK3, ZL, ZP and ZS.

There were 37 CQ Zones available during the past week.
CQ Zones that were not active are: 2,3,4
There were 51 ITU Zones available during the past week.
ITU Zones that were not active are: 3,4,7,8,9,15,21,22,23,24,25,26,31, 34,35,43,58,59,68,69,70,71,72,74,90

PLEASE NOTE: The report "could" contain "Pirate/SLIM" operations. As always, you never know - "Work First Worry Later" (WFWL).

OPDX InterNet Subscribers will receive an additional bulletin (due to its size) with a complete breakdown and "DXCC/Entities Chart of Activity".

Alan, 3C5A, who is active on 6 meters, expects to leave here in April.

This operation is now QRT. The team had a bumpy trip back to Fiji due to Tropical Cyclone PAULA. However, the team made it back safely in spite of the terrible sea-sickness they had. The team net 30,000 QSOs on the operation. Look for the logs to be available after March 9th on the Web page:

Last week OPDX had a error and reported that YU1FW was a member of Conway team. This is incorrect and YU1DX/Srecko should have been listed instead.

Just a reminder (Please refer to OPDX.495) to look for a team of Chilean and German operators to be active from here as 3G0Y now through March 19th. Operators mentioned are: Alfredo/CE3WDD, Sergio/ CE3WDH, Fred/DK1BT, Falk/DK7YY, Tom/DL2OAP, Mar/DL3DXX, Jan/DL7UFN, Norbert/DL9NEI and Danilo/XQ3ZW. The team plans to be active mainly on CW and RTTY. Operations will be on all HF bands, but with an emphasis on the lower bands and the WARC bands. QSL via DK7YY. For more information, check their Web site at:


By the time you read this, Chuck, 3Y0C, should have departed from Bouvet as of March 4th. He was picked up by the ship "RV Lance"and headed to Cape Town, and is expected to arrive around March 10th.

OPDX received the following message from Bob, WB2YQH, Editor of "The 599 DX Report": "After several weeks of considering all the circumstances here at '59(9)', we have decided to retire from the DX bulletin business. This was not an easy decision. We started this publication from the ground up 7 years ago. It has grown to be the largest of the U.S. paid subscription newsletters. Each issue was created with care and dedication to deliver a full and complete issue. We have sold the subscription list for all versions to Bernie McClenny, W3UR, Publisher of The Daily DX. Bernie's journalistic style closely matches ours and we are certain he will provide you with the same high quality newsletter each week. He has a solid DX background to satisfy all your DX needs. This publication will be called The Weekly DX and will be available in paper and PDF versions. He will provide you with all the details next week. All your subscriber information has been forwarded to him. Any renewals received here will be forwarded to him as well. We are retaining the company name and the Flying Horse Callbook business as The 59(9) DX Report - Callbook Distributor. We will continue to offer the WARC Award and the current QSL Pipeline Directory. We have enjoyed all your positive comments along the way. Thank you all for your support. A special Thank You to my wife, the creator of the layout and all the graphics, for being there every week to proofread the issue. Thanks for staying with us, it's been a great ride."

An Italian group consisting of Silvano/I2YSB, Paolo/I2UIY and Marcello/IK2DIA are now active until March 12th. The team was active during last weekend's ARRL Contest as 5U5A. However, look for them to be active this week as 5U2T on CW and 5U2K on SSB. There has been a lot of activity on 40-10 meters, especially the WARC bands. QSL via I2YSB direct or via the ARI Bureau. Also, check out the following Web page for details and an online log search:


9M0, SPRATLY ("The UnDXpedition", refer to OPDX.498)
Members of the Central Arizona DX Association (Darryl/AF7O, Dennis/AF7Y, Sally/KM5EP, Mike/N7MB, Dan/NA7DB, Jerry/WB9Z and Luis/XE1L) are now active as 9M0M. Some members were active in the ARRL DX SSB Contest during the past weekend. Activity will be 80-10 meters CW/SSB. QSL via K7XN. For more information, check their Web site at:


Andy, G4ZVJ, plans to operate CW only from 9M6AAC, East Malaysia from March 8-12th. His activity will include an entry in the RSGB Commonwealth Contest (BERU).

Hasnat, AP2HA, has been active on RTTY around 21081 kHz between 1330-1430z.

An operation sponsored by the Costa Verde Radio Club will sign with a special callsign CQ1CV on the air from Portugal during the CQ WPX 2001 SSB weekend. The site of operation will be on the northern border close to Spain on Serra Amarela at roughly 1200m altitude. The entry will be Multi-Single with 6 operators joining the team: CT1ENQ/Miguel, CT1ERK/Antonio, CT1ETE/Paulo, CT1GFK/Antonio, CT1GPQ/Goncalo and CT2GTP/ Paulo. All these operators have good contest experience. The team will be active on all 6 bands and is aiming at the World Top Ten spot and will do their best to get there.

Cupido, CT1BNW, informs OPDX that he will be active during the next two CQ WPX Contests with special callsigns to celebrate the event "Porto 2001", the Capital European of Culture (CEC). Look for him on SSB, March 24-25th, to sign CQ3CEC. Look for him on CW, May 26-27th, to sign CQ4CEC. QSL via CT1BNW.

This operation is now QRT. Reports indicate that they excessed over 160,000 QSOs, with RTTY QSOs exceeding 4000, PSK exceeding 1,000 and FM 3,200. It will be a while before someone breaks this record.

Bill Moore, NC1L, DXCC Manager, reports, "We just approved ST0P for DXCC credit. It was on the bad list for lack of documentation since the middle of last year. The documentation has been reviewed and it is OK. People can now receive DXCC credit. Anyone who has submitted it and had it rejected can contact us and we'll be able to update their record without having to submit the card again. If not, it can be sent in the next submission."

Well known DXer Martti Laine, OH2BH, had a temporary escape from the rather cold OH-land and was active this past week from his Canary Islands QTH as EA8BH for the ARRL DX SSB Contest. It was reported that Martti has offered a drink on his account at HamCom in Texas, June 9-10th, for those who were lucky to work him on all six bands. See the following Web page for details:


Jacky, F2CW, is currently active from here as TX5CW (but earlier in the week as FK/F2CW). He has been active mainly on CW on 30/20/17/15/10 meters at various times. However, here is the great news. "The Daily DX" is reporting that Jacky will be heading a group of four operators to activate Chesterfield Islands (DXCC's newest entity) between April 24th and May 8th. Reportedly, arrangements have been made for a chartered sailboat to take the team there. Dany, F5CW, and at least two other operators will join the group. They expect to have 3 stations active. There will be a special effort on the lower bands and 15 meters. More details are forthcoming.

Viktor, HA5LV, informs OPDX that operators in HA-land are still waiting to be permitted to use 6 meters. Any reports of activity are SLIMS.

Pedro, HC1OT, is now active from San Cristobal Island, Galapagos, as HC8Z until March 8th. QSL via NE8Z: Rick Dorsch, Box 616, Hamburg, MI 48139 USA.

Babs/DL7AFS and Lot/DJ7ZG will be on tour again and will be active from here as DL7AFS/HI9 and DJ7ZG/HI9, respectively. They should be active now through March 23rd. Activity will be on 80-6 meters on SSB, RTTY and PSK. QSL via DL7AFS.

Pedro, HK3JJH, informs OPDX that he will leave for Malpelo April 4th and his operation will start April 7th (if all goes well).

AS-NEW. Bill-Chen, BV9BC, from the "Eastern Branch of Chinese Taipei Amateur Radio League" reports to look for BV9O from Orchid Island (Lan-Yu) from March 15-19th. Operations from this new IOTA will take place from Lang-Tao Elementary school. QSL via BV8BC: Bill-Chen, Box 222, Taitung-city 950, Taiwan.

AS-056. Masa, JA6GXK, will be active from Danjo Archipelago (Meshima Island) now through March 8th during his spare time. Suggested schedule is as follows: March 5th 1000-1500z, March 6th 1000-1500z, March 7th (no times) and March 8th 1000-1100z. Activity will be on 40 meters, 14260 and 21260 kHz +/-10 kHz. Operations will be on SSB/CW/SSTV. This is not a DXpedition. QSL only via the Bureau.

OC-066. HA9RE is active as FO0ARE from Tuamotu Island. His length of stay is unknown. QSL Manager is HA8IB.

OC-144. Irfan, YC4FIJ, a resident on Belitung Island, can be found a few days during the week on or around 21260 kHz between 1200-1600z. QSL via YC9BU.

OC-201. Bob, G3PJT, will be active from Waiheke Island as ZL4CC from March 8-13th. His activity will be mainly on CW, however, he does plan to participate in the RSGB Commonwealth CW Contest. QSL via G3PJT (direct or bureau).

The "Campania Contest Team" will participate in all major contests throughout the year of 2001 with special callsign IQ8S. The team operators are: IZ8AJQ, IZ8DBJ IZ8CEV, I8TLI, IZ8CSD and IK8YBE. QSL via IZ8DBJ direct (or via bureau) to: Mario Pesce, P.O. Box 15, ZIP 80070 Bacoli (NA), ITALY.

A station signing JD1BIA was active over the weekend during the ARRL Contest running 10 watts on 21353 kHz. Length of stay is unknown.

Nob, JM1LRQ, will be active as KH0/JM1LRQ from Saipan Island (OC-086), March 22-26th. Activity will be on 160-6 meters CW/SSB. He plans to participate in the CQ WPX SSB Contest as Multi-Band entry. Nob states that he will concentrate on CW outside of the contest. QSL via the bureau or direct to: Nobuyuki Arai, 5-6-1-1002 Kitayamata, Tsuzuki, Yokohama, 224-0021, Japan.

Rob Snieder, PA5ET, reports that "The Low Land DXpedition Team (LLDXT) is currently planning the 'Caribbean Tour 2001' to Grenada (J3) and St.Vincent (J8) which will be held in August/ September 2001. We are looking for excellent operating spots on both islands preferable on the north side, or on a hill with free sight to the north. The locations should at least have 2 bedrooms, big living and plenty of space in the garden to setup yagi's, verticals and wire antennas. We found several nice villa's on the Internet but all of them are very expensive. Who can give us some valuable information/tips which can contribute to a big success of this years tour." If you can help, send an E-mail to Rob at: pa5et@muurkrant.com
Also, visit the LLDXT Web page at: http://www.qsl.net/lldxt/

This operation is over, making around 7800 QSOs. OPDX InterNet Subscribers will receive the complete press release/summary as an additional bulletin.

The ARRL Letter reports that the British Virgin Islands has a new QSL Bureau address effective immediately. It's BVI QSL Bureau, PO Box 4, West End, British Virgin Islands.

QSL cards have finally arrived from the printers for the July 2000 operations of FP/KT1J, FP/N1JEZ and KT1J/CY9 (all via K1WY DXA), and WV2B/CY9 and WA4RX/CY9 (both via N2AU). Direct and bureau cards will be mailed very shortly.

Alfred, IK7JWX, inform OPDX that EQSLs are available for: IK7JWX, IK7JWX/7, IK7JWX/P, IK7JWX/ILH, IK7JWX/ZA, IK7JWX/IJ7, IK7JWX/IL7, IJ7/IK7JWX, IL7/IK7JWX, ZA/IK7JWX and IQ7J. Check the Web site at:

Regular QSLs are also available via the bureau.

IQ7J was activated during the ARRL SSB Contest by the "Salento Dx Team" from Lecce, Italy. QSL to IK7JWX via the bureau of Italy or direct to: Alfredo De Nisi, P.O. Box 218, 73100 LECCE, Italy.

NOT THE MANAGER. Karl, DL2FAG, informs OPDX that he is not the QSL Manager of Z21AV. He is receiving at the moment quit a lot of QSL request for Z21AV (direct and bureau). Please check your databases.

Several have asked what the QSL route is for TR8CX. QSL TR8CX to: Xavier Cholat, BP 4776, Libreville, GABON.

The recent operation of W4D from Dauphin Island (NA-143) now has the log search and pictures available on the MDXA Web Page:

The photo on the main page of the island at sunset is a possible photo for the QSL card.

Doug, N6RT, informs OPDX that the latest logs for XX9TDX and VQ9GB are now available at the Web site: http://dx.qsl.net/logs

Fabrizio, IN3ZNR, inform OPDX that his processing of QSL cards for his Laos 2000 DXpedition, where he signed XW3ZNR and Mauro/IN3QBR signed XW3QBR between December 27th (2000) through January 11th (2001), will begin after March 15th, once he has the picture QSL card back from the printer. He is also glad to inform everyone that both operations were approved by ARRL DXCC Desk.

Leonid, UA6CW, informs OPDX that his good friend Kirill, UA6CT, a reporter for Russian television, is now active from Chechnya as UA6CT/6. He will be on all bands with 100 watts with dipole antennas during his spare time. It's a good chance to confirm this rare oblast. Leonid may also take part in the Russian DX contest. QSL via RK6AXS, either direct or bureau.

RRC ANNOUNCEMENT. The Russian Robinson Club is proud to announce the results of "World Robinson Cup Marathon 2000" and the rules for the upcoming "World Robinson Cup 2001" (WRC-2001). The WRC-2001 participation period is from April 1st through September 30th. The new rules for the WRC-2001 can be found on the Web site:

Any comments or questions are welcome via E-mail at: wrc_rrc@mail.ru
PLEASE Note: The lists of islands for National Islands Programs are available on the RRC site and on the official site of the program.

Hirotada, JA0SC, will be active this month from Fiji, Tonga and Western Samoa. Look for him to sign A35SC for 5 days from Tonga starting March 10th. He will head to Apia, Samoa, on March 15th and be active there for 5 days as 5W1** (callsign will be assigned upon his arrival). He will arrive in Nadi, Fiji, on March 20th and operate for 2 days as 3D2HY. His suggested operating frequencies are: SSTV - 21343, 28683 and 14233 kHz; RTTY - 21080, 28080 and 14080 kHz. His equipment is a FT-100 with a HL-200 amp (200 watts) into a CY153 (15m), 10 meter 3 element monobander Yagi and a PW-1 Portable HF Vertical antenna for 7-30Mhz. He will use a Vaio Laptop PC with MMSSTV software for SSTV and MMTTY for RTTY. QSL via the Bureau or Direct to JA0SC: Hirotada Yoshiike, 722-1 Shiba matsushiro-cyo, Nagano-city 381-1214 JAPAN.

Look for special event station IR0MA to be active next month (April) commemorating the 2754th birthday of Roma. This operation will be valid for 5 points on the "Natale di Roma Award". On April 21st, look for IR0MA to be active from the "Capitolium of Roma". QSL only direct to I0MWI CBA. ADDED NOTE: OPDX InterNet Subscribers will receive an additional bulletin containing the details of the "Natale di Roma Award".

Reorts indicate that Ed, K8VIR (aka-ZL4IR) is planning to operate as VK9EHH from here beginning this week, March 5th. Watch the IOTA frequncies. QSL via W8WC.

Art, N2NB, aka-VP2MDY, has made it safely home and is happy to report that the logs have safely made it to his QSL Manager NW8F's QTH. Art would like to thank everyone for making his one man 6 day operation worth while and fun. His totals are:

   160 Meters ---     176 QSOs        15 Meters ---    1286 QSOs
    80 Meters ---     499 QSOs        12 Meters ---     499 QSOs
    40 Meters ---     208 QSOs        10 Meters ---    1126 QSOs
    30 Meters ---     635 QSOs              SSB ---    3163 QSOs
    20 Meters ---    1760 QSOs               CW ---    3894 QSOs
    17 Meters ---     868 QSOs            TOTAL ---    7057 QSOs
Art mentions that he would like to hear some feedback (both positive and negative) from you. He also mentions that there are 17 of you who are on his elite list for working him at least 8 times. His E-mail address is: A1RTRAFFIC@aol.com Art is currently making plans to go to Sable Island (CY0) next.

Jim, N6TJ, will once again be active as ZD8Z from May 7-17th. QSL via VE3HO (U.S. stamps are OK).

Ben, PY2KQ, informs OPDX that a DXpedition to Trindade Island is scheduled for October, 2001. The current list of operators are: PU2RYW/Fran, PY2NW/Claudio and PY2QI/Erwin. There will will be two stations active for two to three days, ZW0TB on SSB and ZW0TW on CW. This DXpedition has been planned since January and they currently have three sponsors at this moment:
ICOM Incorporated Japan - is providing them with 2 HF transceivers.
SOUNDY Equipamentos para Radioamador - will help them with partial QSL expenses and some equipments.
RADIOHAUS Radiocomunications - will help them with partial QSL expenses and some accessories.
They also have the support of the Brazilian Navy, which has a base there and also ANATEL, the Brazilian Telecomunication Agency which allowed them the licences for ZW0TB and ZW0TW. Ben, PY2KQ, will be the QSL-Manager and will support the group. You can check detailed information about this DXpedition by visiting the official web site (still under construction) at:


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From: "Stefano Cipriani" {i0mwi@libero.it}
To: {kb8nw@arrl.net}
Subject: Natale di Roma AwardM
Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2001 09:38:36 +0100
MIME-Version: 1.0

Hi Tedd,
Please be acquainted and publish on Your bulletin.
73 and good luck!


The 4th "Natale di Roma" award will be issued to amateur stations and SWL by the A.RA.C., in collaboration with the Municipality of Roma, to promote the amateur radio activity on the 2754th birthday of the "Eternal City". It may be claimed for having scored at least 20 points, making contacts (/HRD) with amateur stations located in the province of Roma. The same station contacted (/heard) on different bands, or in different modes, or in different days, would be considered as different stations contacted (/heard).

from 00.00 utc of April 1, 2001
to 24.00 utc of April 30, 2001


1 point for each QSO (/HRD) in PHONE.
2 points for each QSO (/HRD) in CW.
5 points for each QSO (/HRD) with "IR0MA" special event station, active on April 21, 2001 in the Commune of Roma.
At least 20 points needed.

OM(hf) - OM(vhf-uhf) - SWL(all bands)

Each claim must be accompanied by a QSO's list furnished with the callsigns of stations worked (/heard), dates, bands and modes of the contacts (/receptions), final score, meeting the requirement of the award. It must be forwarded to award manager:

Stefano Cipriani - I0MWI
Via Taranto, 60
I - 00055 Ladispoli (RM)
E-mail: i0mwi@qsl.net

Each application must be accompanied by the processing fee of 10= $us. or 20.000= Ģit. and it will be accepted only if received by the award manager not later than August 31, 2001.

The Award will be printed in full colors on parchment paper, with a characteristic sight of Roma, and it will be signed on by the Syndic of the City.

The best qualified HAMs on each class will receive an handsome plate, in recognition of the excellent performance.

Decisions of the A.RA.C. on any matter pertaining to the administration of this award are final.


Associazione Radioamatori e Computeristi

The President - Carlo Rampichini - I0XKH

Via Gregorio VII, 255 - 00165 Roma (RM)
E-mail: arac@arac.it

Mailed by: I0MWI

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From: W9VA@aol.com
Subject: PW0S
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2001 14:37:14 EST

The PW0S DXpedition to St Peter and St Paul Rocks is now history. Here is a short summary of this incredible DXpedition. Stick with me on this - it's worth the trip.

"The Rocks" is actually the rim of a submerged volcano some 700 miles of the coast of Brazil in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The actual land mass is a small irregular broken volcanic reef. There is a reason for PY0S being number 26 on the DX Magazine 2000 "Most Needed" list. Under optimum conditions it is difficult to get to, difficult to land on, difficult to find a level area to set up a station, just plain difficult. The risk of damage to equipment and bodies is not insignificant. Check out the photos at the PW0S website -


Nevertheless a group of Brazilians, Jim PY7XC, Ciro PY7ZY, and Eli PT7BZ, started out from Recife on February 3 on the 49 foot motor/sailer "Old Smuggler," stopping off briefly at Fernando de Noronha for a rest and minor repairs. While there Andre, PY0FF, decided to join the group. They arrived at The Rocks on the morning of February 9, finding the sea much too rough to even consider landing. Imagine the frustration at arriving one of the rarest DX sites in the world with a boat full of equipment and being unable to land. Then imagine bobbing around in this small boat for three more days waiting for a break in the weather. At this point many (most? all?) of us would have said "To Hell With It" and headed for home. They didn't.

The seas subsided enough on the morning of Monday February 12 to attempt a landing, and they were able to get some equipment ashore and operating by 2100Z. The bad weather continued with high winds, lightning and rain, frequently interrupting operations. If you were searching and not finding them during these periods, now you know why. Because of the three day delay in landing, by Friday February 16 the group was already way overdue getting home to their families and jobs. Supplies were running out. The weather was such that they could safely get themselves and equipment off the Rocks, and the sensible decision was made to leave. Their bad luck continued as the boat encountered problems on the way home, and it was necessary for three operators to fly from Fernando de Noronha to Recife, further adding to the expense.

The final QSO count was around 7,800. Obviously the final tally is well below expectations, but still 7,800 contacts that would have not been made at all without incredible courage and devotion to our hobby. Many picked up an "all-time-new-one," the real objective of this operation. Others gained a rare country on a new band or mode. An effort was made to spend at least a little time on all bands, all modes, including RTTY. I have particular respect for the DX'ers who were not in the pileups so that others would have a better shot at a new one.

Many of us have carried or shipped our FT1000's and Alpha's down to a Caribbean island or walked into a well-equiped air-conditioned turnkey shack for a little fun in the sun and the thrill of being at the other end of the pile-up. Now picture the opposite end of that continuum - PW0S was a grass roots, low budget operation to one of the rarest and most difficult unihabitable pieces of rock in the world. Well-used equipment was scrounged together from many sources, laptops were borrowed, favors were called-in. The call signs of these four fellows may not have instant recognition, but to me they are what DX'ing is all about.

Because of the extreme adverse conditions, PW0S expenses ran well above expectations. If you worked them, please include with your QSL request to KU9C extra bucks in appreciation of what these guys did for you. If you would otherwise like to show your support for this type of operation, I am consolidating contributions and will forward to Brazil. You may also want to bring this story to the attention of your DX club - significant contributions will be recognized on the QSL card. 73 Bill W9VA / PY0ZFO

PW0S Operators: Jim Faria, PY7XC (Leader), Ciro da Silva, PY7ZY; Eli Pinheiro, PT7BZ; Andre Sampaio, PY0FF.

PW0S QSL Manager: Steve Wheatley KU9C, PO Box 5953, Parsippany, NY 07054 USA

PW0S Coordinator: Bill Smith W9VA, 1345 Linden Ave., Deerfield, IL 60015 USA

Note: Do not worry that contributions will excede expenses - if that happy event should occur, all excess contributions will be placed in a fund for future PY0S/PY0T operations. Bill.

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DXCC/Entities Chart of Activity

For the week of Sunday, 25/Feb - Saturday, 3/Mar

        Nmbr   Nmbr              Band of                Days of        
DXCC  Stations Spots            Activity               the Week       Modes        
----  -------  -----  -----------------------------  -------------  ----------        
1S         3    307         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6       .T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
3A         4     22               .      M. .W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3B6        0      0                                                         
3B8        6     47               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3B9        2     14               .20.17.     .10.6  M.T.W.   .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
3D2/c      1    573  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3D2/r      1      3               .20.  .15.              .T.F.     CW.   .RTTY
3V         1      1               .20.                .T.             .SSB. 
3W         8     71            .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3Y/b       3    183      .80.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4J        15     42      .80.40.  .20.  .  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4L        12     60      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4S         2      7            .30.20.               M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.   .RTTY
4U1U       1     41               .      M.             CW.   .RTTY
4W         8     30                  .17.15.12.      M.T.W.   .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4X        36     87  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5A         2     34               .20.17.15.  .10.6     .W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5B        14     34      .     .10.6  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5H         2     65      .80.  .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5N         4      8                           .10.6     .W.T.F.       .SSB. 
5R         7     24               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5T         0      0                                                         
5U        10    604         .   .T.W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
5V         1      1                           .10.6  M.             CW.   .RTTY
5W         4     94         .40.30.20.  .       .T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
5X         2     11               .20.  .15.12.      M.T.       .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5Z         3     11               .20.        .10.6   .T.     .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
6W         1      1                     .15.                    .S    .SSB. 
6Y        21    465  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
7P         1      1                     .15.              .T.       CW.   .RTTY
7Q        10     44            .30.20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
7X         3     21               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
8P        10    220   160.80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
8Q         3     51                     .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
8R         6     59         .40.  .20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9A        44    293  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9G         3      6               .20.        .10.6     .W.     .S    .SSB. 
9H        22     43      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9J         2     12         .40.           .12.10.6       .T.F.S.S  CW.   .RTTY
9K        16    158               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9M2        8     40   160.80.40.  .20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9M6        2     18               .20.  .15.  .10.6   .T.W.     .S    .SSB. 
9N         1      4               .20.        .10.6  M.       .S.     .SSB. 
9Q         1      2                           .10.6       .T.         .SSB. 
9V         7     61  .12.      M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9Y         9     29               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S    .SSB. 
A2         1      3                     .15.            .W.T.F.       .SSB. 
A3         1     21         .40.        .15.         M.T.           CW.   .RTTY
A4         8     97      .80.40.  .20.17.  .12.10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
A5         3     55            .30.        .12.10.6  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
A6         2     19   160.        .20.        .10.6       .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
A7         3      7               .20.        .10.6       .T.F.S.     .SSB. 
A9         2      4   160.        .20.  .15.         M.T.           CW.   .RTTY
AP         4     12                     .15.12.       .T.W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
BV        46    197      .80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
BY        41    102      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
C3         4      7               .20.  .15.            .W.     .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
C5        25    515  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
C6         9    142   160.80.40.  .20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
C9         3      5      .80.     .20.                    .T.F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
CE        23    101         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CE0A       3      5               .20.        .10.6       .T.   .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CE0Z       1     29               .20.  .     .W.T. .S.S    .SSB. 
CE9        3     65         .  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CM        37    181      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CN        11     29               .20.  .  M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CP         8     23                     .15.  .10.6  M.T. .T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CT        34    157      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CT3       15    161   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CU         8     28   160.80.     .  M.T.     .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CX        37    148         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
D2         3     33               .20.     .12.10.6   .T.     .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
D6         8    732  M.T.W.T.   .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
DL       271    683  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
DU        23    163      .  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA       164    496  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA6       11     69      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA8       48    237  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA9        9     14         .40.  .20.17.  .12.10.6     .W.T.F.S.S    .SSB. 
EI        25    109      .  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EK         9     31  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EL         2      6      .80.           .15.12.      M.T. .T.       CW.SSB.RTTY
EP         2     12               .20.  .15.              .T.F.       .SSB. 
ER        13     65   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ES         7     13               .20.  .  M.   .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ET         1      1                     .15.              .T.         .SSB. 
EU        29     61  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EX        15     72      .80.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EY         7     36         .40.30.20.  .  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EZ         5     23   160.     .30.20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
F        139    449  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FG         7     31         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6   .T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FH         1     10               .20.     .12.10.6     .W.T.F.       .SSB. 
FJ         8     38      .80.     .20.        .10.6   .T. .T.F.S.S    .SSB. 
FK        13     75            .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FM        14     63         .40.30.20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FO        22    274  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FP         2     10               .20.     .12.10.6   .T.W. .F.S.     .SSB. 
FR         6     73      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FW         3     26         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FY         9    110  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
G        116    340  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GD         6     11               .20.17.  .12.10.6  M. .W.T. .S.S    .SSB. 
GI        16     47      .80.40.  .20.  .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GJ         6     40      .80.40.  .20.  .  M. .W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
GM        34    126  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GU         8     22   160.  .   .T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GW        18     57         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
H4         2      6               .20.17.  .12.         .W.   .S.     .SSB. 
HA        49    173    M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HB        39    152  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HB0        5     47  .12.      M.T.W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HC        13     58      .  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HC8        2     76               .20.  .15.  .10.6       .T.F.S.     .SSB. 
HH         4     10                     .   .T.W. .F.S.S    .SSB. 
HI         9     81  M.T.W.T.F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
HK        16     86         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HK0/a      3     11            .30.20.        .10.6     .W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HL        79    205      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HP        25    127      .  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HR         7     44         .40.        .  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HS        13     76            .30.20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HV         1     25                           .10.6             .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HZ         6     27   160.80.     .20.     .12.10.6  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
I        180    839  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
IS        10     17   160.     .  .10.6   .T. .T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
J2         6     67            .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
J3        14    178  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
J6         2     19               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.     .F.S.S    .SSB. 
J7         3     10            .30.  .17.  .12.      M.     .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
J8         1      2            .30.20.                        .S.S  CW.   .RTTY
JA       327    887  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JD/o       1     10                     .15                   .S      .SSB         
JD/m       2     35         .40.        .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JT         7    106      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JW         9     93  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JX         3     51            .30.20.  .  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JY         6     29         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6   .T. .T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
K        670   1536  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KH0        3     12   160.80.     .20.17.  .12.10.6  M.T.   .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
KH1        0      0                                                         
KH2        3     27               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.   .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KH3        1      2                           .10.6           .S.     .SSB. 
KH4        0      0                                                         
KH6       39    350  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KH9        5     24               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.         .S  CW.   .RTTY
KL        32    220   160.80.40.  .20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KP2        8    106  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KP4       35    164  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LA        29     62   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LU       107    494      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LX        24    137   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LY        26    227      .  M. .W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LZ        36    168  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OA         7     37         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6     .W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OD         9     62   160.  .40.  .20.  .  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OE        36    158  .  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OH        32    142      .  .15.  .10.6   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OH0        4      7   160.80.        .17.            M.T.W.   .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OK        75    257  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OM        31    145  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ON        66    254  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OX         3      6               .20.     .12.10.6  M.T.W.     .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OY         7     49   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OZ        31    124      .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
P2         5     16               .20.        .10.6   .T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
P4         7    300   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PA        57    180      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PJ2       11    286  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PJ7       13     79         .  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PY       140    476  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PY0F       1      6                           .10.6           .S.S    .SSB. 
PZ         4     13            .30.20.17.  .12.10.6  M.T.W.   .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
R1FJ       2     35            .30.  .17.  .12.10.6     .W. .F.S.   CW.   .RTTY
R1MV       0      0                                                         
S2         1      1                                       .T.         .SSB. 
S5        72    503  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
S9         2      3                     .15.              .T.F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
SM        52    124      .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SP        71    241      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SU        14    146         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SV        23     99  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SV5        7     15         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SV9        1      1                           .10.6     .W.           .SSB. 
T31        1      1         .40.                      .T.           CW.   .RTTY
T32        6    763  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
T33        1      7      .80.     .20.17.15.         M. .W. .F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
T7         3     28               .20.  .  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
T8         1      2                     .15.                    .S  CW.   .RTTY
T9        13     26      .80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TA        18     80  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TF         9     36         .  .10.6  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TG         8     30   160.  .40.  .20.  .  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TI        16     84      .80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TJ         2      3                     .15.              .T. .S.     .SSB. 
TK        11     86         .  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TR         9     47               .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TT         2      5                     .15.            .W.   .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
TU         6     12   160.        .20.     .12.      M.T. .T. .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
TZ         3     25         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6         .F.S.S    .SSB. 
UA       153    569  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UA2       16    140   160.80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UA9      136    432  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UK         9     39   160.  .  .12.10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UN        35    118  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UR        83    251  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V2         1      1                           .10.6     .W.           .SSB. 
V3         2     38   160.80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6     .W.   .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
V4         3    114   160.80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M. .W. .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
V5         8    121      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V6         0      0                                                         
V7         7     48      .80.     .20.     .12.10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V8         3      7      .80.           .15.            .W.T.F.       .SSB. 
VE       104    176  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VK       110    374  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VK9N       2     14   160.  .40.  .20.  .15.12.      M.T. .T.   .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VP2E       8    178      .80.40.  .   .T. .T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
VP2M       5    174  M.T.W.T.   .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VP2V       2      3   160.           .17.15.         M.     .F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
VP5       11    234   160.80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VP8        3      7               .20.        .10.6     .W.T.       CW.SSB.RTTY
VP9        3     62      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6         .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VQ9        3     13   160.        .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.   .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
VR        12     61      .80.40.30.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VU        33    144         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
XE        35    342  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
XT         2      3               .20.  .15.         M.     .F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
XU         3     13               .20.  .15.  .10.6   .T.W. .F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
XW         1      1         .40.                     M.                     
YB        36    120      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YI         4     14      .80.40.  .20.17.  .12.      M.T.W.   .S.   CW.   .RTTY
YK         2      9   160.     .30.20.        .10.6  M.   .T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YL        17     87  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YN         1      1                           .10.6             .S    .SSB. 
YO        26     65  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YS         5     14         .40.  .20.17.     .10.6  M. .W. .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
YU        44    181  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YV        37    145  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
Z2         5     17                     .15.  .10.6  M.T. .T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
Z3        11     81         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZA         6     19               .20.17.  .12.      M.T.W.T.F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
ZB         6     14      .80.  .       .T.W. .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
ZD7        6     27               .  M. .W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZD8        4     14                           .10.6  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZF         4    207  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZK1/s      2      8               .20.        .10.6  M.     .F. .S    .SSB. 
ZK2        1     59         .40.30.20.  .15.  .10.6     .W.T.F.S.   CW.   .RTTY
ZK3        3     28               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.   .RTTY
ZL        43    145  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZP        14     44         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZS        62    243      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
Tot Stations: 5662  Tot Spots: 28081  Spotter of the week: W3MF (454 spots)     

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