OPDX Bulletin - Internet Edition
OPDX 509 April 30, 2001

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The Ohio/Penn Dx 9acketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 509
BID: $OPDX.509
April 30, 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, N2OO, N3SL, W3HC, W3UR & The Daily DX, K4JZ, N4AA & QRZ DX, N4GN, W4WX, AC6WO, K6KM, K7BV, K7ZZ, K8YSE, N9RD, 9A7K, CT1END, CX6VM, DL1EK & DX News Letter, DF6QN, DK8LV, DL7IO, DL7VOA, F5NOD, F5NQL, F5UJK & WLH Board, HB9DLE, HL1IWD, I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, IK4NQL, IK2XDE, IV3SKB, JI3DST, RN3RQ, S52DG, SM7AED, SQ4NR, VE3BX, VU3DMP, VU2SBJ and YS1RR for the following DX information.


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According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 22/April, through Sunday, 29/April there were 231 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4U1U, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8Q, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9Q, 9V, 9Y, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C6, C9, CE, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, DL, DU, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FO/a, FR, FW, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HI, HK, HK0/a, HK0/m, HL, HP, HR, HS, HZ, I, IS, J2, J3, J5, J6, J7, J8, JA, JD/m, JT, JW, JX, JY, K, KH0, KH2, KH4, KH6, KH8, 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, S2, S5, S7, S9, SM, SP, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T7, T8, T9, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TL, TR, TT, TU, TX0, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9C, VK9M, VK9N, VP2E, VP2V, VP5, VP6, VP8, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XT, XU, XX9, XZ, YB, YI, YK, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZD8, ZK1/s, ZL, ZP, ZS
There were 39 CQ Zones available during the past week.
CQ Zones that were not active are: 2
There were 55 ITU Zones available during the past week.
ITU Zones that were not active are: 3,4,9,15,21,22,23,24,25, 26,31,34,35,43,58,59,69,70,71,72,74

* 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".

As this was being written, the 3B6RF team is heading to Agalega and plans to arrive around May 2nd or 3rd. The team will start operating 10 or 12 hours after landing and stay active until the 16th or 17th of May. From a press release by Steve, N3SL, the advance team for 3B6RF had been on 3B8 for a week where they obtained the license and landing permit, and purchased the perishable supplies and arranged final transportation. The remaining crew should have been in 3B8-land by Saturday, April 28th. Their flight arrangements now calls for travel to 3B6 via S7, and they expect to be on the air by May 3rd, and to begin the tear down process on May 16th. They will not begin operations until all 6 stations are assembled, which includes the massive array of antennas. Once they start, they will be on all bands, 160-6 plus satellite, and all modes (CW, SSB, RTTY/PSK, FM, and SSTV). Their team of 21 members, many of whom gave you 3B7, is giving concentrated effort to North America, with extra attention to the low bands. Unfortunately, they do not share common darkness past the Midwest, so pray hard to the 160 gods! There may be times they have 2 or even 3 stations on 160 simultaneously if conditions warrant. They fully expect to finish with 100,000+ QSOs, approximately 65,000 on CW and at least 2,500 on RTTY/PSK. The digital modes will commence on day 1, but with times limited to 1 hour/continent until the CW pile-ups are worked down a bit. Then more effort will be placed on digital. PSK31 will be a bit unique, as they are using software capable of decoding multiple signals simultaneously. They will listen both up and down 1+ kHz, allowing them to work someone "up 1" while already decoding the next station "down 1" and vice versa, keeping the rates as high as possible. Standard DX frequencies will be used, and they will always work split. The entire band plan is spelled out on their web page. A color QSL is planned, so QSLing will not begin for some time after the expedition is over. North American (Canada, U.S., and Mexico) QSLs go via Kimberly Larson, the daughter of N3SL, at N3SL's CBA: 22 N Hidden Acres Drive, Sioux City, IA, 51108. All other QSLs via HB9AGH. As usual, the bureau will be used for cards received via the bureau or without sufficient return postage. Their web page gratefully acknowledges all of their sponsors and contributors to date. Each team member has put forth a minimum of 6000 USD toward this effort, but with the change in travel plans via S7, significant, unexpected expenses have been incurred, and further assistance/donations will be greatly appreciated. Information and feedback during the expedition should be sent via their American pilot station: Bill Avery, K6GNX, at " bavery@telemetry.com ". They especially want feedback from the western half of the U.S., where 3B6 is needed most. Online logs will be updated daily during the expedition. For more info and daily news, check out the 3B6RF Web page at:


Katsumi, JA1NVF, is now active as 3D2NV/R. His length of stay is unknown at this time. He has been very active on 20/17/15/12/10 meters SSB and FM 10 meters. QSL via home callsign.

Boyan, LZ1BJ, was signing 4N8/LZ1BJ from Pristina this past week. Activity seems to be on 40-10 meters CW/SSB. QSL via his home callsign.

Only a few more days to work Peter, HA2SX, as 8Q7KK. He will go QRT on May 4th. His activity has been mainly on CW. Check 3504, 7005, 10107, 14003, 18080 and 21005 kHz. QSL via HA2SX.

9A, CROATIA (Lighthouse Operation)
Franjo, 9A2MF, has started operation from the Croatian lighthouse Savudrija. Franjo is a lighthouse keeper who has been in service for the past 20 years, and stationed on many Croatian lighthouses. Currently, he is stationed on the SAVUDRIJA, where he will be for the next several years. He has already erected an antenna on the lighthouse building. The "Lighthouse Savudrija" is valid for Croatian Light House Award. Savudrija is a CLH-73. Hams interested in the Croatian Light House Award can get all the details on the following Web page at:


Bill, W4WX, will be operating from the Treasure Cay, Bahamas, May 7-14th, as W4WX/C6A. He will be active on RTTY and some SSB on the WARC bands. QSL via home call.

Operators CT1EPS, CT1ETX, CT1END, CT1AHU, EA7KW and EA7AH will be active from "Point of Sagres" (locator IM56MX) as CS0RCL/p, June 2-3rd. This operation is valid for the "Castles and Forts Portuguese Award", reference numbers: DCFP (F-054), DMP (815) and DFP (FAL-02). Their activity will be on HF, 6 meters, 2 meters and 23cm. Skeds can be made for 6/2 meters and 23cm via E-mail through CT1EPS at: ct1eps@netc.pt QSL via bureau or direct to CT1EPS.

Jorge, CX6VM, reports that he will be active in the next CQ WPX CW Contest as CW6V. He will be operating as a Single Operator/ All Bands/ Tribander / Single elements category (SOAB TS). Jorge will be mostly on 10/15/20/40 meters due to the difficultly of getting 6 point QSOs on the others low bands. QSL to his QSL Manager W3HNK: Joseph Arcure Jr., P.O.Box 73, Edgemont PA 19028, USA

Dennis/K7BV and Dick/N6FF have announced that a 32 minute video titled, 4W/K7BV 4W/N6FF Timor Lorosae DXpedition - "Memories Beyond the Pileups", is now available in VHS 1/2" tape format (standard USA) or on a CD for 15USD + 5USD handling (USA via Priority Mail). They will also make the video available in PAL format if there is sufficient interest. If interested, contact K7BV, and he will forward all inquires on to the proper people. Please send inquiries via E-mail to: k7bv@aol.com Or by (snail) mail to: Dennis Motschenbacher, K7BV, 4357 Appollonio Way, Washoe Valley, NV 89704.

Wendell, K4JZ, has announced what he calls "The Poor Boy DX-Pedition". From June 14-18th, Wendell will be operating from FP-land using the callsign FP/K4JZ. His operations will be on 40-10 meters SSB. QSL To K4JZ with SASE. This is a one man operation, and any donations will be appreciated.

Operators Robert/N5KO, Charles/W6OAT, Ken/K6TA, Kay/K6KO, Jon/N0JK and George/K5PI will activate HC8N in the CQ WPX CW Contest as a Multi-Multi catagory. QSL via AA5BT.

Pedro, HK3JJH/HK0, continues to be active. This will be the last week to work him. Activity will end May 7th. QSL Manager Carl, N4AA, reports he will NOT have cards/logs until mid-May after Pedro returns home. He estimates that it will be at least June before everything is in place to start answering the hundreds of requests pouring in. PLEASE READ SPECIAL NOTE under "QSL INFO AND NEWS...."

Look for HV5PUK to be active from the Vatican City on May 3rd, as usual during the "V Lateran Journey". Operations will be on HF, 6 and 2 meters starting around 0800z. QSL to Luca, IW0DJB, the QSL Manager of HV5PUL.

AS-NEW. Lee, HL1IWD, informs OPDX that the Korea DX Club regrets to say that their scheduled (May 5-6th) operation for the Kangwondo Province has been cancelled. They could not get the landing permission from government's Ministry of Defence. He states that a few years ago, a North Korean submarine was wrecked and captured near where they were going to operate. After that, the military's HQ has been sensitive to island landing, especially overnight stays. Also, they do not understand about ham radio and IOTAs! They will try to find another way.

AS-056. Joe, JA4PXE/6, will be active from Danjo Island starting around 2200z on May 4th, ending May 6th at 2200z. He will be operating on 14260 and 21260 kHz +/- QRM, and 50.145 MHz. QSL via JA4PXE.

AS-096. Chetan, VU3DMP, from Mangalore (West coast of Southern India) and Srikanth, VU2SBJ from Manipal, informs OPDX that a team of Indian operators will be activating St. Mary's Island from May 5-7th. The un-inhabited, bare and very small St. Mary's Island is located in the Udupi district in the state of Karnataka. The permission from the government, WPC (Wireless Planning & Coordination) has already been granted for this operation. WX permitting, they intend to run 3 stations active on most bands most of the time with about 12 operators. The stations will be active on CW and Phone. The 12 operators that were mentioned are: VU2MHC (Manipal Club Callsign), VU2SBJ, VU3DMP, VU2MTT, VU2RDQ, VU2PAI, VU2NJN VU2RDJ (YL), VU2HEG, VU2RCT, VU2JIX, VU2GPH and VU2JRO. Their activity will be on 80-10 meters with Yagis, Verticals etc..., on CW and SSB with three station active continuously. There is a web page with more information about the operations on: http://www.vuiota.com QSLing will be handled individually for each callsigns, direct (S.A.S.E) (Qrz.com, vuiota.com) or via Bureau is OK. Bureau requests can be sent to: qsl@vuiota.com

EU-048. Francois, F2GL, will be active from Houat Island now through May 6th. Operations will be on CW/SSB, 80-10 meters (including the WARC bands). QSL to F2GL, direct or via bureau.

EU-130. Andy/IV3SKB and Mauro/IV3HAX will be active from Martignano Island (IIA-UD-005), May 1-7th. Activity will be 40-10 meters, including the WARC bands, on CW/SSB. QSL via IV3HAX.

EU-136. Dusan, S52DG, will be active as 9A/S52DG/P from Krk Island (CI-046 - Croatian Island Award), now through May 1st. His activity will be 80-10 meters. QSL via CBA or bureau.

Baldur, DJ6SI, and others have activated the callsign J5X now through May 11th. Their activity will be on 160-6 meters on SSB, CW, RTTY, FSK, SSTV. QSL CW/SSB to DJ6SI. QSL RTTY, FSK, SSTV to DL1QW.

"DXpedition Artic 2001" will take place during June 1-9th, from Prins Karls Forland Island (Polpynten Area) which has the rare IOTA EU-063 (Spitsbergen's Coastal Islands). The callsign will be JW0PK. The team operators are as follows: DL5NAM/Christoph, ES1CH/ Aleksei, F5PBL/Claude, I2ADN/Angelo, IK2XDE/Andrea, IK2XDF/Giampaoalo, IK4MED/Dario, LA3OHA/JW3OHA/Terje, LA8AV/JW8AV/Egil, ON4AMX/Marc, S57FYL/ Aleksandra, S53AC/Atila, SP5DRH/Jacek, SP5LCC/Witold, US0VA/Igor (Doctor of the team), XE1BEF/Hector and others (members of logistic & security). They plan to operate on all bands and modes on the following suggested frequencies:
SSB - 1840, 3790, 7060, 14195, 18145, 21295, 24950, 28460, 50145, 144250
CW - 1822, 3505, 7005, 10105, 14020, 18080, 21020, 24895, 28020, 50095, 144025
RTTY - 14080, 21080, 28080 | JW7SIX Beacon Frq. 50.047 Mhz.
PSK31- 14071, 21071, 28071 | WW Locator JQ68TB
FM - 29200 |

There will be activity on the satellites/RTTY/PSK31. They will try 6 meters 24 hours a day. They will try the lower bands, but they will have daylight during the operation, so low bands QSO will be difficult. They are looking for sponsors or support, so if you want send them a contribu- tions, you can use this address: DXPEDITION ORG., P.O. Box 584, 9171 Longyearbyen, Svalbard Islands, (Norway). QSL Manager is SP5DRH, QSL via the bureau is ok. If you prefer a direct QSL from SP5DRH, send it to: Mr. Jacek Kubiak, P.O.Box 4, 00-957 Warszawa - Poland. For more info, please send E-mail to them at: dxpedition2000@dxpedition.org Their Web Page is at:


KH1, BAKER AND HOWLAND ISLANDS. Raymundo, YS1RR, announced this past weekend that the same team which was active from Conway Reef 2001, is planning a DXpedition to Baker and Howland Islands at the end of the year. The expect it to take place during the months of September/October 2001, with alternative schedule for the months of February/March 2002. The leader of DXpedition will be Hrane, YT1AD. More datails and plans are forthcoming soon.

A station signing LU1ZA from here was active for about an hour on April 21st on 28325 kHz on SSB. His activity started about 1830z, and the operator could not speak English. It is unknown how long he will be there. If anyone knows more information about this operator/station, please pass it on to OPDX. There are many who need this station as a new one.

The DX team of Holger/DL7IO and Birgit/DL7IQ added an addition to the family on Sunday, April 22nd. NODXA's friend Holger informs OPDX that the mother Birgit and new daughter Xenia are fine. Xenia weighted in at 3590g and her length was 51 cm. She has long black hair (like her sister Saskia had). Congratulations to both Birgit and Holger! By the way, the first pictures of the new arrival are available at the following Web link:


IMPORTANT NOTICE. Carl, N4AA, editor of QRZ DX and QSL Manager for Pedro, HK3JJH/HK0, reports that he has just learned that the FCC made an error in his zip code when they processed a change of address several months ago and he never noticed their mistake. The post office brought this to his attention when all the mail started coming in for HK3JJH/HK0. Please help and spread the word that the correct address for N4AA is: Carl Smith, PO Box 249, Leicester, NC 28748-0249

Mac, W3HC, has informed OPDX that he is now the QSL Manager for EP3SP.

Gil, F5NOD, reports that Eric, F5SIH (ex-FO0BOG), states that the QSL cards are printed, and the first package of QSL should be in the mail as of this past weekend.

FR/T QSL STATUS. Gil, F5NOD, reports that 1000 QSLs are still in the hands of Larry F5PYI, (QSL receieved in August/September). Larry is back at home and they will mail them very soon. They have sent about 8000 QSLs out, but they are still working on the QSLing and there is about 1000 QSL cards yet to go. Gil states the following:
- "PLEASE, Do not resend QSL request !! (save your green stamps)
- We will start Bureau QSLing after all direct QSLs are sent
- DO NOT SEND ME (or to Erwann F6JJX) E-mail "Did you received my QSL ?" We really don't know!
- DON'T FORGET to put with your request , postage contribution and SAE (SELF ADRESSED Envelop) many of you forgot the SAE!!! ... Also don't forget to write your country on the SAE!! Many of you forgot it too ... That's the major reason for lost mail."

QSL K5K STATUS. The 425 DX News reports that Tom, N4XP, is processing and mailing QSLs daily. He started six weeks ago, but the queue was over 30,000, so it will take a while.

R2/DK8LV STATUS. Stephan, DK8LV, reports that all cards received have not been answered yet. The reason for this is that after his stay in Kaliningrad last year, friends in UA2-land ordered the QSL cards by UA3AA in Moscow. He received the package with the cards last December, but they were all printed with the wrong callsign (R2/DL8LV!). So, Stephan had to order new cards again, but they have not arrived yet - shipment date was February 22nd (!!). He states that he will wait until the end of April, and if the cards are not received by then, he will look for a new printer. Stephan will answer all cards as soon as they are ready from the printer.

QSLs for TA0/IT9YRE/p and TA0/IT9WDY/p go to IT9YRE either direct (Ferdinando Rubino, P.O. Box 30, 96012 Avola - SR, Italy) or through the ARI bureau.

The team of operators that were active from Enewetak as V73E are back on Kwajalein as this bulletin was being prepared. They made about 18,000 QSOs. QSL via WF5T. A Web site has been set up for this operation at:


Bill, K6KM, reports that all direct QSLs for VK9NOO and VK9NNN have been answered. No bureau cards have been received yet. He mentions that about 5% of the cards had the wrong date. NONE had time off by more than five minutes. Bill states, "Apparently many ops don't know that U. S. postage to almost anywhere is now 80 cents. Many cards had 60 cent stamps. Correct U. S. postage is best, 1 USD is almost as good, IRCs are a pain but they work (only 1 required). Envelopes with peel-off stickies are GREAT! Thanks to those who sent them!"

Bob Schenck, N2OO/9M6OO/V85OO, announced the formation of "The QSL Manager's Society". This will be a web based "organization" that will act as a "point of contact" for quality QSL managers, and for DXpeditions or DX stations looking for one. It will also provide a central source of information useful to any QSL manager. Please visit the web page at:


Bob Schenck, N2OO/9M6OO/V85OO, sadly reported this week the passing of H.G. Hassan, V85HG (aka V8HG). Hassan was always a strong and steady voice for Ham Radio in Brunei. He will be sorely missed. Bob mentions that a nice photo of Hassan can be found on the Buckmaster callsign server at the web site:

(enter V85HG). OPDX and the DX community send out our deepest sympathy to the family and friends.

During the celebration of the 56th Anniversary of the end World War II, the members of the "Michurinsk Contest Groupe" will activate the special event stations RP3RST, RP3RTG, RP3RTK and RP3RZK between May 5-9th and May 12-13th (including the "ARI DX" and "CQ-M" contests). If you make contacts with these stations (CIS stations - 15 QSOs, EU stations - 10 QSOs, DX stations - 5 QSOs; dupes are valid on different bands or modes) you will receive a "MCG-medal" trophy free of charge (please, send only 2 IRCs for postal expenses). QSLs for all these stations are via RN3RQ (direct, bureau or E-mail requests for bureau cards is OK):
Jack Yatskiv, P.O.Box 30, Michurinsk 393760, Russia. His E-mail address is: mcg@pub.tmb.ru All QSL requests for the 2000 year activity were sent via the bureau.

Dave, AC6WO, has informed OPDX that he has written a new book for "The Mobile DXer". This book is the "First and Only" book devoted entirely to Mobile Dxing. "The Mobile DXer" will be introduced to the Amateur Radio community by CQ Publications next month at Dayton. If you are interested in Mobile DXing and are going to Dayton, stop by the CQ Booth and take a peek at "The Mobile DXer".

Pierre/F5MOG and Jean-Pierre/F1AHO, will be active from North Corsica (EU-014, DIFM TK001) near cap Corse now through May 6th, as TK/F5MOG and TK/F1AHO. Activity will be on the HF bands, both CW and SSB, every day after 4:00 PM (their local time). On April 29th or May 1st (according to boat possibilities), check for them to be active from Giraglia Island (EU 164, DIFM TK 007, WLH 0511). On May 5 and 6th, Jean Pierre, F1AHO, will be active on hyper (5.7, 10 and 24 Ghz). QSL via F5MOG, direct CBA or via French REF Bureau.

The TX0C team is now active until about May 2nd or 3rd. Activity will be on 160-6 meters CW/SSB. QSL via JA1BK.

The English team of three operators is very active on 30-10 meters CW/SSB (frequencies listed in OPDX.508). Activity by VK9CXF, VK9CXJ and VK9CXW will last until May 5th.

The Scottish team of 4 four operators is making it easy for anyone who needs this on CW. VP8SDX is on ALL bands 160-10 meters (frequencies listed in OPDX.508). Activity will last until May 8th.

Arto, OH2KW, will be on the air again from here. He will be active between May 18-20th and during the CQ WPX CW Contest (May 26-27th). His callsign will again be XX9TKW. QSL via his home callsign, via the bureau or CBA.

Remember to look for Uwe/DL9NDS and Klaus/DL7NFK to be active as ZK1NDS and ZK1NFK (refer to OPDX.500). By the time you read this, they should be active. Activity will last until May 18th. They will activate a few IOTAs during their stay: Rarotonga (OC-013), Mangaja Island (OC-159), Aitutaki Island (OC-083) and Manihiki (OC-014). Their emphasis will be on the modes RTTY/PSK31/MFSK16. QSL via their home callsigns. They will have an online log available at:


Ed, K8VIR/ZL4IR, is expected to be here on business during the next few weeks. He will operate as ZL7IR during his spare time. Suggested frequencies are: 14260, 18130 and 21260 kHz. QSL direct via W8WC.

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                       AB5K AR-Cluster Network
                   DXCC/Entities Chart of Activity
             For the week of Sunday, 22/April - Saturday, 28/April

        Nmbr   Nmbr              Band of                Days of
DXCC  Stations Spots            Activity               the Week       Modes
----  -------  -----  -----------------------------  -------------  ----------
3A         2     19         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.    .T.W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
3B8        5     43            .30.20.  .15.12.10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
3B9        2     20               .      M. .W. .F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
3D2/r      2     40               .         .F.S.     .SSB.
3D2        3     30               .20.  .15.         M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3DA        1     11                     .15.  .10.          .F.S.   CW.   .RTTY
3V         6     24               .20.17.15.  .10.   M.T. .T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
3W         7    206         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.        .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4J         7     37            .30.20.  .15.  .10.   M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4L        12     27      .80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.   M.   .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4S         9     95         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
4U1U       1      1                  .17.            M.
4W         2      9                              .6  M. .W.T.F.S.     .SSB.
4X       104    280      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5A         2     25   160.           .17.15.12.      M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5B        18     98      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5H         3     48      .80.  .      M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5N        12     32               .      M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5R         6     41            .  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
5X         1      3                           .10.            .S.     .SSB.
5Z         4      5               .20.17.15.  .10.    .T.     .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
6W         4     27               .20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
6Y         3      8               .20.17.15.  .10.      .W. .F.S.S    .SSB.
7Q         8     66         .40.     .17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
7X        10     38         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
8P         4     11                     .15.  .10.   M. .W. .F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
8Q         6    231      .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
8R         6     10         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.   M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9A        24     60     .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9G         1      1                     .15.              .T.         .SSB.
9H        14     33         .40.30.  .  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9J         2     27         .40.  .  .6  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9K         8     70               .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9L         0      0
9M2       13     87               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9M6        2     13               .20.17.15.     .6  M.T.W.T.F.       .SSB.
9N         3     14                     .15.  .10.   M.T.W.   .S.S    .SSB.
9Q         3     24                  .17.  .12.           .T. .S.   CW.   .RTTY
9V         7     53               .  .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
9Y         6     15            .30.20.  .15.  .10.6     .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
A2         7     60                  .17.  .12.10.6  M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
A3         1      1               .20.                .T.             .SSB.
A4        14     89               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
A5         1      2               .20.        .10.        .T.   .S    .SSB.
A6         4     26         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M. .W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
A9         2      7                  .17.  .12.         .W.   .S.   CW.   .RTTY
AP        10     60               .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
BV        28     53   160.80.     .20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
BY        32     78            .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
C3         6      8               .20.17.  .12.10.      .W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
C6         2      2               .20.               M.     .F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
C9         5     16                     .15.12.  .6  M.T.W.   .S.S  CW.   .RTTY
CE        26     57         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CE9        5     48            .30.20.  .15.12.10.   M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CM        27     64   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CN         8     23            .  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CP         8     24   160.  .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.    .T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CT        20     31   160.80.40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CT3        6     21      .80.  .30.20.     .12.10.6  M.T.W.   .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
CU        11     55               .   M.T.W.T.F. .S    .SSB.
CX        30     75   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
D2         6     33         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.      .W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
D4         2     52         .40.  .20.               M.T.W.T.F.S.S    .SSB.
DL       170    295   160.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
DU        27     82               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA       104    280  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA6       15     38   160.  .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA8       24     51            .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EA9       11     46         .40.  .  .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EI        19     37               .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EK         5     16               .20.17.15.         M.T.W. .F.S.S    .SSB.
EL         3      4               .20.               M.T.           CW.SSB.RTTY
EP         3      8               .20.        .10.   M. .W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ER         4     13            .30.20.17.  .12.      M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ES        14     20               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M. .W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ET         4      8      .80.           .15.     .6       .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EU        22     48      .80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EX        14     58      .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EY         4     23            .30.  .17.  .12.10.6     .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
EZ         6     18               .20.17.15.  .10.      .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
F        113    351  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FG         8     15               .20.17.15.  .10.   M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FJ         1      8               .20.     .12.       .T. .T. .S.     .SSB.
FK        10     53         .  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FM         6     19         .40.30.20.     .12.10.   M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FO         8    109         .40.  .20.  .   .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FO/a       1      4                           .10.              .S  CW.   .RTTY
FR        17    136            .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FW         2     35         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
FY         7     27         .40.  .20.17.  .12.10.   M.     .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
G        109    256   160.  .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GD         9     33               .20.           .6   .T.W. .F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GI        13     24         .  .10.6  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GJ         3      3            .30.           .10.      .W.T.F.     CW.   .RTTY
GM        48    164      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GU         8     12            .  .10.6  M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
GW        14     25                  .17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.   .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
H4         1      2               .20.17.                   .F.S.     .SSB.
H40        0      0
HA        33     54      .  .10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HB        43     64  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HB0        1      1                     .15.                  .S.
HC         8     50      .80.  .  .10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HI         3      4         .40.  .20.17.     .10.   M.   .T.F. .S  CW.   .RTTY
HK        16     31         .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HK0/a      8     46         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HK0/m     15    169      .80.40.  .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S    .SSB.
HL        66    154      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HP         4     10      .80.     .20.17.15.  .10.      .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HR         4     16            .30.20.  .15.  .10.   M.       .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HS        16     92               .20.  .15.  .10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
HZ         5     24               .20.  .15.     .6     .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
I        222    555  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
IS        12     34         .40.  .20.17.15.     .6  M.T.W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
J2         5     88            .30.  .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
J3         1      1                           .10.      .W.         CW.   .RTTY
J5         1    111      .         .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
J6         1      2               .20.               M. .W.           .SSB.
J7         5    155      .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
J8         3     85            .30.20.17.  .12.10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JA       176    287  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JD/m       2      3                     .15.  .10.            .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JT         8     71         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JW        10     97         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
JX         2     13      .80.40.  .20.  .15.         M.T.W. .F.     CW.SSB.RTTY
JY         6     44         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
K        304    451  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KG4        2      5                              .6  M.   .T.F. .S    .SSB.
KH0        7     18         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.   M.T.W. .F.S.S    .SSB.
KH2        8     65         .  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KH4        3     19      .80.        .              .S    .SSB.
KH6       18     35            .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KH8        3     45                     .15.     .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KL        16     41            .  .10.    .T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KP2        6     24            .      .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
KP4       27     49         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LA        37     62      .  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LU        85    149      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LX        10     30         .40.30.20.  .  M.T.   .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LY        13     21      .80.40.  .20.17.15.          .T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
LZ        21     53         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OA        10     19               .20.  .15.  .10.   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OD         8     73            .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OE        32     46         .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OH        37     76   160.80.  .30.20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OH0        6     21            .  M.T.   .F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OK        32     48      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OM        18     24         .  .6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ON        27     36  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
OX         3     16         .40.30.  .17.15.            .W.T.F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
OY         3     12         .      M.T.W.T. .S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
OZ        38    116         .40.30.20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
P2         6     27         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
P4         2      3                  .17.                       .S    .SSB.
PA        52     94   160.80.40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PJ2        3      7               .20.17.     .10.    .T.W.   .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PJ7        3     10               .20.  .15.  .10.    .T. .T.F. .S    .SSB.
PY       103    261   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PY0F       3     16               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.     .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
PZ         5     17         .  .10.   M.T. .T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
R1FJ       2     11                           .10.          .F.     CW.   .RTTY
S0         1      4                                  M.             CW.   .RTTY
S2         2     17               .20.  .15.         M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
S5        24     44         .40.  .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
S7         1      2            .30.           .10.      .W.         CW.   .RTTY
S9         1      8                     .15.                .F.S.     .SSB.
SM        70    243      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SP        38     63            .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SU        21    110         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SV        42    107         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
SV5        3     20               .20.17.15.          .T.W.T.F.S.S    .SSB.
SV9        6      9               .20.17.        .6     .W. .F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
T7         5     30         .         M.T.W.T.   .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
T8         4     29            .  .6           .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
T9        12     23         .40.  .20.  .15.     .6  M.T.W. .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TA        39    206      .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TF         9     12      .80.40.  .20.17.15.         M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TG         3     20         .40.  .20.17.  .12.10.    .T.   .F.S.S    .SSB.
TI        17     42         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TK         5     13         .40.  .20.17.            M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TL         3      5               .20.  .15.12.10.   M.       .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TR         9     47         .40.  .20.  .  M.T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TT         1      2                     .15.  .10.        .T.   .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TU         5     28               .20.  .15.  .10.    .T. .T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
TX0        1      2  .15.  .10.          .F.S.S  CW.SSB.
UA       122    255      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UA2       11     57         .40.  .   M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UA9       86    615      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UK        17     52         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UN        23     39         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
UR        71    241      .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V2         2      2                     .15.     .6     .W.   .S.     .SSB.
V3         2      3               .20.  .15.     .6     .W.   .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V4         2      5               .20.               M. .W.T.   .S    .SSB.
V5         5    106         .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V6         1      1                     .15.                  .S.   CW.   .RTTY
V7         5    391         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
V8         5     31               .20.  .15.  .10.   M. .W.T.F.S.     .SSB.
VE        58     91  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VK       145    356  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VK9C       3     87      .               .S.   CW.   .RTTY
VK9M       4    465         .40.  .20.17.15.  .10.6  M.T.       .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VK9N       3      9               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.     .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VP2E       1      1                     .15.                    .S    .SSB.
VP2V       4      6            .      M.T.   .F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VP5        2      4                  .17.  .12.         .W.           .SSB.
VP6        2      7               .20.                          .S    .SSB.
VP8       12    616  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VP9        3      8            .30.  .17.15.         M.T.   .F.S.   CW.SSB.RTTY
VQ9        6     80            .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VR         8     42         .40.30.20.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
VU        38    145         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
XE        24     37   160.  .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
XT         2      4               .20.        .10.   M. .W.     .S    .SSB.
XU         1      2               .20.                      .F.     CW.   .RTTY
XX9        1      3                     .15.                .F.       .SSB.
XZ         2      3               .20.                          .S    .SSB.
YB        58    245      .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YI         8     35         .40.  .      M. .W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YK         1      3               .20.               M.T.W.         CW.   .RTTY
YL         9     27      .80.  .     .6  M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YN         1      1         .40.                     M.             CW.   .RTTY
YO        13     19               .       .T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YS         4     13               .20.  .15.     .6  M.T.     .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YU        35    126  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
YV        19     39         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
Z2         6     49               .20.  .15.  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
Z3        11     36         .40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZA         2      5               .20.17.     .10.        .T.       CW.   .RTTY
ZB        21    256   160.80.40.  .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZC4        6     81      .   M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZD7        6     24            .     .6  M.T.W.T. .S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZD8        5     21                           .10.6  M.T.W.T.F. .S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZF         1      4                              .6  M.T. .T.   .S    .SSB.
ZK1/s      3     13               .20.17.  .12.10.   M.   .T.F.S.S    .SSB.
ZL        61    148  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZP         9     25         .  .10.6  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
ZS        76    241         .  M.T.W.T.F.S.S  CW.SSB.RTTY
Tot Stations: 4428  Tot Spots: 15749  Spotter of the week: PY5EG (98 spots)

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