OPDX 571 July 22, 2002

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The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 571
BID: $OPDX.571
July 22, 2002
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, K1HT, NC1L, N2OO, NG3K, W3UR & The Daily DX, N4AA & QRZ DX, K4RFK, W4UBC, W4WX, K5MK, KK5DO, KG8DP, N6HR, K8YSE, W9DC, Archibald Family, Todd LeMense, 9A6AA, DL1EK/DL7VOA & DX Newsletter, EA5RM, F5NQL & UFT, FJ5DX & La Gazette du DX, G3NKC, GM4YXI, HL1VAU, HL1XP, IK4ZHH, IZ8BRI, JI6KVR, LA9VDA, OH1EH, OH9MM, PY3DX, PY8AZT, RZ4HF, SP6ECA and VA3RJ & ICPO for the following DX information.

According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 14/July, through Sunday, 21/July there were 227 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4U1I, 4U1U, 4W, 4X, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5W, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8Q, 8R, 9A, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9L, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9Q, 9U, 9V, A2, A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C6, C9, CE, CE0A, CE0X, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, DL, DU, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FR, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HH, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HM, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J3, J6, J7, JA, JD/m, JD/o, JT, JW, JX, 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, PJ7, PY, PZ, S0, S2, S5, S9, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T7, T8, T9, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TL, TN, TR, TT, TU, TY, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK0M, VP2V, VP6, VP8/h, VP8/o, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XW, XX9, XZ, YA, YB, YI, YJ, YK, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZD9, ZF, ZK1/s, ZL, ZP, ZS

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

Ely, IN3VZE, is expected to be active as 7Q7CE from September 22nd through October 8th. Bands and modes of activity were not provided. QSL via his home callsign IN3VZE via the Bureau or direct to: Ely Camin, C.so 3 Novembre 136/2, 38100 Trento, ITALY.

A group of operators from Indonesia and Italy plan to activate Masalembu Island as 8A3M, July 29th through August 4th. This will be a new IOTA (AS-###). Operators mentioned are: YC3DIK, YC3IZK, YC3MM, YC3OX, IT9SSI, IV3FSG, IZ8CCW and possibly others from the Mediterraneo DX Club. They expect to be active with two or three stations on the air on SSB, CW and RTTY. They are looking for contributions/donations for this operation. QSL via IZ8CCW.

Keith, GM4YXI, informs OPDX that after 5 months, and with lots of help from local people, he has managed to get his licence renewed once more. He plans to be active August 9-11th from Pulau Ketam (AS-074) and August 16-19th from Pulau Babi Besar (AS-046). The weekend of August 24-25th is still open. Keith will be active as 9M2/GM4YXI on CW/SSB on 20/17/15/12/10 meters, using the usual IOTA SSB frequencies and around 14040, 18088, 21040, 24910 and 28040 on CW. Using only a 100w and a vertical antenna, he will operate split (up) as necessary. Keith states he will look out specifically for openings to NA, especially the East Coast since this is a particularly challenging path. QSL only via Kim Larson, (c/o N3SL), 22 N Hidden Acres Dr, Sioux City, IA 51108, USA. Kim and Steve also have logs for his previous 9M2 activity. See the following Web page for details:

He will try to get the online log updated as soon as possible after each trip. Keith will actually be there on medical business and states, "As ever, with this sort of trip (the expeditions are not the primary reason for my visit to Malaysia), last minute issues may cause a change of plan." Check the Web page for updates at:

Juha, OH9MM, is going to celebrate his 30th birthday (November 28th) with a special Multi/Multi operation (Multi/Single also considered) from Gambia. The main focus is to operate the contest, but there will also be some activity before and after the contest (November 20th through December 1st). Activity will be on CW/SSB/RTTY/PSK31 on 160-6 meters. Operation site will be near Banjul and the callsign will be C53M. Juha reports that he has now 10 people to go with him (some not hams). However, he still needs a couple of CW operators to join them. Juha states The Gambia is very easy to get to and cheap access, at least for Scandinavian operators (others are also OK!). If interested, contact him at: oh9mm@sral.fi

Members of the Southwest Ohio DX Association and the Hoosier DX and Contest Group will operate as C6AJR from Eleuthera (NA-001), July 24-31st. This will include an entry in the IOTA Contest as C6DX. Look for operators Jim/K8FL, Wayne/K8LEE, Mike/N9NS, Joe/W8GEX, Ron/W8ILC and Byron/WA8NJR to be active on 40-6 meters SSB, CW and PSK31. QSL C6AJR via W8GEX and C6DX via N8QET.

Alberto, IV3TAN, has announced that he will be active as D44TC during the CQ WW SSB Contest as a Single-Op/All Band entry, October 26-27th.

Bill Moore, NC1L, DXCC Manager, reports: "Effectively immediately, the DXCC Desk will accept confirmations for RTTY QSOs with Ed, P5/4L4FN. QSOs dating back to November, 2001 will be be counted." (See P5 for more news.)

Rich, K2WR, will be active as GJ2A during the IOTA Contest. QSL via GJ3DVC. There will be operations outside of the contest as MJ0AWR. QSL via K2WR.

Operators of "Salento DX Team" will be on the air from two new islands available for IIA. The team plans to operate from Guaceto Reef (IIA BR-14) and Guaceto di fuori Reef (IIA BR-15). No callsigns were provided. QSL via home callsigns.

With the contest coming up this weekend, it seems that the IOTA Contest gets bigger and bigger every year. OPDX recommends to visit Bill's, NG3K, Web page. You may want to see the growing list of RSGB IOTA potential contestants on the NG3K Announced Operations Web page for this contest:

The page currently contains information about 121 operations from islands around the world, as announced by their organizers and friends. The page is also available in versions sorted by DXCC entity and IOTA number. To access these, just click on the appropriate heading at the top of the main page table. Those wanting an ASCII version of the list that they can more easily copy/paste for local editing can find it at:
Additional operations may be submitted by using the form found at:
Don't forget to include the island name and IOTA number in the Notes field. Finally, Ric, DL2VFR also maintains a page of announced operations that contestants may want to refer to. It can be found at:

AF-036. Members of the URE and the Armed Forces Radio Club will be on the Chafarinas Islands between July 24-28th. They will be participating in the IOTA Contest and also outside of the contest. Activity will be on all bands from 80-2 meters on SSB, CW and RTTY. Team members are EA4BPJ, EA4BT, EA7AAW, EA7JB, EA7TL, EA9PY and EB4EPJ. They will be on the air July 24th, as soon as they finish the antenna setup which consists of two MA5B beams, dipole for low bands, a three element beam for 6 meters and 9 element beam for 144 Mhz. Callsign is still unconfirmed, but they will try to announce it before the operation start. QSL via EA4URE.

AF-042. (UPDATE) Toni, EA5RM, URE Magazine DX Editor, informs OPDX that the upcoming Alboran Island DXpedition's callsign will be EG9IA. Also, the dates have been changed to July 20-24th. Please refer to OPDX.568.

AS-066. The RI0L team will participate in the IOTA Contest from Rikorda Island (RR-16-02). They also plan to operate as RI0L/p from Stenina Island (RR-16-04) in the Rimskogo-Korsakova group (also AS-066) from July 23-25th (dates depends on weather). QSL via IK2DUW or, for Russian stations, RU0LL. Their home page is:


AS-080. Operators Kim/HL1OYF, Park/HL1EJT, Phil/HL1TXQ, Han/HL1VAU, Jeon/DS3BGI, Park/DS1CJE, Cho/DS1KOQ, Sohn/DS1KVP and possibly a few additional members will activate Anmyon Island between July 26-28th (inclues IOTA Contest). They will sign as homecall/3 on 40-10 meters CW/SSB. They expect to have a minimum of two HF stations work simultaneously. QSL Manager is HL1OYF. More basic information and a log search will be available at:


AS-105. The Korea DX Club will participate in the IOTA Contest from Yongyu Island as DS0DX/2. Activity will be on 80-10 meters CW and SSB. QSL via HL1XP either direct or through the bureau.

AS-117. Kenji, JA4GXS/4, will be in the IOTA Contest from Yashiro Island, July 27-28. Activity will be on 40/30/20/15/10 meters CW/SSB. QSL direct or via bureau.

AS-147. Taka, JR3TVH, will be active from Rebun Island from July 27-28th, including a 12-hour single operator entry in the IOTA Contest. QSL via JR3TVH.

AS-155. Paul, BV4FH, has organized a 6 operator team to go to Liu Chiu Island again. The team will be active as BV9L during the IOTA Contest as a Multi-Single. Activity will be on 40-10 meters.

EU-016. Boris, 9A2JY, will be active from the Island of Korcula (CI-041) between July 20th and August 15th (including the IOTA contest). Activity will be on all bands, especially on 20 meters. During this time, he plans to activate some other Croatian islands. More info will be available soon at:


EU-016. Frane, 9A5V, will be active from Sipan Island during the IOTA Contest. QSL via 9A5V, via the Bureau is OK.,

EU-016. Martin, DL1ZU, is active until July 27th as 9A/DL1ZU from Brac Island. Activity will be on 40-10 meters CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK 31. He was heard this past week on 14030 kHz around 0445z. QSL via home callsign, CBA.

EU-049. Operators Eddy/ON6HE, Francois/ON4AUB, Dirk/ON5CT and Frank/ ON4AAC will be active from Samos Island, July 23-29th, which includes the IOTA Contest. They will use the special callsign J48S. QSL via ON4AAC either via the bureau or direct to: Frank Pletinck, Potaardestraat 70, B-9190 Stekene, Belgium.

EU-050. Two Italian stations will be active from Tremiti Island, August 2-4th. Look for IL7/IK4ZHH (Filippo on CW) and IL7/IZ4DPV (Massimo on SSB) to be active on 80-10 meters and also the WARC bands. They will spend a lot of time 40/20/17 meters. On August 3rd only, they have plans to transmit from another little island in the Tremiti Group. It would be Capraia or San Nicola. They hope to have two radios on at all times during the operation. QSL via th Bureau to their home callsigns or direct to their CBA.

EU-067. Operators SV1EDZ, SV1DIM, SV1EML, SV1AWW, SV3FUP and SV4FGD will be active during the IOTA Contest as SW8L from Fasa Lighthouse on Andros Island in the Cyclades Group. Activity will be on 160-2 meters SSB. QSL via SV1EML to the Bureau.

EU-110. Depending on the weather, Boro/9A3KB and Zeljko/9A2PO will activate for the first time the Island of Fenoliga (CI-168), only for one day, July 20th. Activity will be on CW/SSB on 40 and 20 meters. They will make some QSOs on the other bands. Please visit the Web page:


EU-132. Big/SP6CZ and Andy/SP6ECA, will be on the air as SP6CZ/1 and SP6ECA/1 from Wolin Island, July 21th through August 4th, mainly SSB and RTTY. There will be a possible contest effort in the IOTA Contest as SN6F/1 as a Multi-Op Island entry. Operators will be DJ0IF, DK7YY, SP6AZT, SP6CZ and SP6ECA. QSL via SP6ECA.

EU-136. Zarko/S53Z, Vlado/S55A, Marijan/S56A and Marjan/S58O will be active as 9A/S55A from Krk Island during the IOTA Contest. QSL via S55A.

EU-136. Emir, 9A6AA, will be active as 9A6AA/p from Zeca Island and lighthouse (LH-1537, CRO-201, CI-146). QSL direct via 9A6AA: Emir Mahmutovic, Slovenska 15, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia.

EU-136. Operators Zlatko/9A2EU, Mario/9A5MR, Dino/9A2NO, Davor/9A4KJ and Josip/9A7JLJ will be active as 9A7T/p during the IOTA Contest from the island/lighthouse of Trstenik (LH-0659, CI-132, CRO-019). They will be active one day before and day after the contest signing as homecall/p. QSL 9A7T/p via 9A2EU, either the bureau or direct to: Zlatko Maticic, Dobroniceva 19, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia.

EU-170. Look for Zagreb, 9A4A, to be active from Pag Island during the IOTA Contest. QSL via 9A4A (via the bureau is OK).

EU-173. Operators OH1MDR, OH1MM, OH1NOA and OH1LLM will be active as OH9A from Sandstrom Reef during the IOTA Contest as a Multi- Op entry.

EU-181. Look for LZ1KSL to be active from Sveta Anastasia Island in the IOTA Contest.

NA-014. The West Island ARC of Pointe Claire, Quebec (WIARC), with members of the Halifax, Nova Scotia ARC, will be active with the special call VE9W from Whitehead Island, New Brunswick, from July 23-31st. Whitehead Island is in the Bay of Fundy (N. lat. 44 37', W. long. 66 44'), Canadian Islands NB-010 in CQ Zone 5 and Maidenhead Grid Square FN-64. They will participate in the Annual IOTA Contest on July 27-28th as a Multi-Op island. Activity will be on SSB/CW on bands from 80-6 meters (conditions permitting) near the usual island/ expedition frequencies. Expeditioners are: Helen/VE2YAK, Fred/VE2SEI, Reg/VE2AYU, Jeff/VE2TBH, Andrew/VE2WHO, Al/VO1NO/VE1, Shelley/VE1NOS, Trevor/KA8ZUO, Bill/VE1MR and Lynn/VE1ENT. QSL via callbook/QRZ address for VE2CWI.

NA-026. Look for Mike, N2GC, to be active in the IOTA Contest from Long Island. Activity will be Single-Op CW only. QSL via N2GC.

NA-051. (UPDATE) Elsie/N7YX and Hillar/N6HR will be operating from the Queen Charlotte Islands in the IOTA Contest. Look for VE7QCR during the contest: VE7 Queen Charlotte Radio. QSL to N6HR.

NA-052. Mark, KG8DP, wants to remind OPDX readers that NA8KD will be active in the RSGB IOTA Contest and after (July 30th-August 2nd) from Key Largo to Key West, FL. QSL via bureau (NA8KD) or KG8DP direct. Equipment is an IC-706 MK2G, Tarheel antennas (they will be working with a proto type 40m stick) for the screwdriver. 40m work will be towards Europe and the Carribean. They will work split on 40m with the proto type 40m accesory from Tarheel antennas.

NA-069. Bob, K4RFL, will be activating Pine Island again this year. He will be using a SCOUT radio with 50 watts into a Titan Vertical for 12 hours on July 27th. Activty will be on 10, 15 and 20 SSB, and CW only if he gets desperate.

NA-148. Steven/AA1IZ and his team ( Wayland/NB1B, Dave/K1HT and Robert/W1RH) will participate in the IOTA Contest from George's Island, Boston Harbor. This will be a Multi-Single station, with separate run and multi stations, with beams and KWs. Europeans, please listen up on 40m. QSL via AA1IZ.

SA-021. (UPDATE) Mariano/LU4EJ and Daniel/LU3DTD will be active from Ariadna Island as AY4EJ/D and AY3DTD/D, October 4-6th. This island will be worked for the first time by radio amateurs. The island is valid for the IOTA Award, and is located on the Atlantic Ocean about 70 Km South East from Bahia Blanca. They will use a Yaesu FT 817 (QRP) with a power amplifier of 150 watts, vertical antenna AV3 with 9 ground planes for 20, 15 and 10m. For 80 and 40 meters, they will use dipoles. The suggested SSB frecuencies are: 3680, 7090, 14260, 14200, 21260, 21300, 28560, 28460 and 50.110 kHz. Also, Mariano might operate on CW on 3520 and 7020 kHz (+/-) at 2100z (He states, "Please listen first and send no more than 12-15 wpm"). QSL via LU4EJ/LU4DTD (See QRZ..com) direct or via Bureau.

SA-060. Luc, PY8AZT, will be active from Cotijuba Island using the callsign PY8AZT/P. This island is 2 hours away from Belem, where Luc lives. He states that there is no infra-structure, but it is inhabited. He expects to be there from Friday to Monday (before and after the IOTA Contest), on all bands on CW during the contest (SSB out of contest). QSL via PT2PS or PY8AZT (QRZ.com). Don't expect a big signal; the station will be running only a 100 watts into a vertical and wire antennas.

Bill, KG4DX (W4WX), member of the Florida DXPedition Group, will be active from GTMO August 16-21st. Bill will join Clayton, KG4PK, as an entry in the International Lighthouse Weekend Event, August 17-18th. They will operate from the very rare Windward Point Lighthouse (GTM-001). As far as they know, this is the first time this LH has been used during a amateur radio event. QSL KG4DX and KG4PK to W4WX.

Look for 9A0LH to be active between July 25th and August 4th. Four island lighthouses should be activated during this trip: Mulo LH-0137, Bisevo LH-0901, Host LH-0938 and Galera LH-1875. QSL via 9A7K.

The Old Barney Amateur Radio Club will be operating W2T during the National Lighthouse Activity Weekend August 3-4th, from the "Tucker's Island Lighthouse" (USA-911) in Tuckerton, NJ. This is a full scale replica of the Tucker's Island Lighthouse which succumbed to the Atlantic back in 1927. It is the focal point of the "Tuckerton Seaport" project ( http://www.tuckertonseaport.org ) which is a working seaport built to preserve, present and interpret the Baymen and their way of life. It opened in May 2000. Operation will be from 1300z on August 3rd to 2100z on August 4th. Frequencies to watch are: 7180, 14280, 18140, 21280 +/- QRM. There will be some CW operation too. Also, they will be active on 2 meters (146.835 -600/PL-3A and 146.52 spx). QSL via N2OO, PO Box 345, Tuckerton, NJ 08087 USA (SASE/SAE with IRC for photo QSL). Visitors welcome. Their Web page is:


The Old Barney ARC shall be celebrating International Lighthouse Day Weekend by operating N2OB from "OLD BARNEY", which is the Barnegat Lighthouse (USA-039), Long Beach Island, NJ, IOTA NA-111, USI NJ-001S on August 17, 2002 from 1300-2200z. Frequencies to watch are: 7180, 14280, 21280, 146.835 -600/PL-3A and 146.52 simplex. Rain date is August 18, 2002. QSL via N2OB, PO Box 345, Tuckerton, NJ 08087 USA (SASE/SAE with IRC for photo QSL). Visitors welcome. Their Web page is:


Look for a group of operators to be active as MD4K during the IOTA Contest. OPDX was informed that this is a last minute effort, due to logistical issue, but the group consists of G1GUI, G3NKC, G4MJS, G4TSN, G4XUM and GD4GNH. This will be a a full mixed mode effort with experienced contesters.

The "QLF DX TEAM" will be active from here August 31st through September 7th. They have applied for the OJ0LA callsign from the Finnish PTT. Operators are: LA5UKA, LA6YEA, LA8SDA, LA9VDA and OJ0/LB1NE. OH0RJ has been invited to join them. Operations will be on CW/SSB, maybe some RTTY and on all bands 160-10 meters with special attention paid to high and low bands. QSL OJ0LA to LA9VDA. For direct QSL, please send a SASE + 1 IRC or 2 USD. QSL OJ0/LB1NE via CBA. QSL OJ0RJ via OH0RJ. For more info, please visit the Web page at:


QSL Manager Bruce, KK5DO, informs OPDX that Ed, P5/4L4FN, has repaired his AL-80a linear. It had a blown rectifier bridge. He had temporarily hooked up another 12v power supply so he could still use it and has just completed replacing the bridge with a larger one. He had to take the Hex Beam down. The mast he was using wasn't strong enough to hold it and the rotor. He is looking for something that will work better, and that might have to wait until he goes back to Beijing in 4-5 weeks. His work at the present time has kept him from doing as much operating as he would like, but he will be back on more as things settle down.

Meanwhile, with great news that Ed's RTTY activity is now good for DXCC (see DXCC News above), Ed was active this past weekend on 20 meters RTTY (14081 kHz after 1130z) and 15 meters SSB (21225 kHz around 0415z).

PP3, BRAZIL (Island Op)
Operators PY3JAF/Fauth, PY3ACC/Christensen, DL7AXD/Christopf, PY3YY/Garofalo, PY3KK/Koetz and PY3DX/Toledo will activate Casa da Polvora Island, valid only for DIB award, not IOTA. The DIB (Diploma das Ilhas Brasileiras) number is 33. They will use the callsign PP3P and activity will take place during the IOTA Contest.

VP6DI QSL STATUS. Check the Web page at:


Operators OH5NE, RA1ACJ, RV1AC and UA1ANA will activate IOTA EU-117 for the upcoming IOTA Contest as a Multi-Single entry. Callsign will be R1MVI.

Larry, K5MK, informs OPDX that "Eric Brown, G0KJW, passed away on July 12, 2002, at the age of 65. He was an RAF veteran, and was active in the IOTA, Holy Land, WAB and Islands of Scotland Award (IOSA) Programs. He is survived by Annette, his wife of 42 years. Those of us who knew Eric, and had the pleasure of operating from islands with him, were honored to have called him friend."

Rolf, DK2ZF, is now operating as V63ZF from Pohnpei (OC-010) until July 29th. Most of his activity has been on 40/30/20/15 meters CW. Look for him after 0900z. QSLs via DK2ZF.

Russ, W4UBC, will be active as VP5/W4UBC, July 21-27th. Activity will be 80/40/20 meters and the WARC bands as much as possible. This is a wedding anniversary trip, so Russ will be doing other things like swimming, snorkeling or whatever the XYL feels like. QSL DIRECT ONLY, no bureau cards, to his home callsign W4UBC. Please include SASE or return postage.

Mark your calendars and bring your QSL cards on Saturday, September 28th, for the Midwest's Finest DX Convention in Omaha, Nebraska. This convention will prove to be a great time for the new DXer and to the experienced operator with DXCC and WAZ. Exhibitors from around the Midwest will be available to show and sell you new radio equipment. Various forums including Antennas, Radios, DXing, DXpeditions, and Organizations will be presented throughout the convention. DXCC, WAS, WAZ, and CQDX award card checking will be available throughout the day as well. The convention continues into the evening with a fantastic banquet, speakers, prizes, and surprises! The Grand Prize given at the banquet will be a T-8 Tennedyne Log Periodic, compliments of Chuck at Tennedyne. More information can be found at the W0DXCC Convention Web site at:


Ari, OH1EH, reports that the final results of thee WRTC2002 can be found at:

The top five winners are:
1) OJ3A N5TJ/K1TO 438/2782 = 1.629.798
2) OJ8E RA3AUU/RV1AW 426/2627 = 1.619.226
3) OJ2V DL2CC/DL6FBL 473/2468 = 1.608.673
4) OJ3R N6MJ/N2NL 436/2705 = 1.560.008
5) OJ8K KQ2M/W7WA 394/2816 = 1.479.470

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