OPDX Bulletin 821 August 13, 2007

The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 821
BID: $OPDX.821
August 13, 2007
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF80.ORG (Cleveland, Ohio)

Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, ARRL Letter, AD1C, K1XN & GoList, NJ1Q, W1AI, K3IXD, NG3K, W3UR & The Daily DX, N4AA & QRZ DX, N4GN/m, KB5YLG, AH6HY, WE7K, K8YSE, DX-IS News Site, Pete's-DX-Newsdesk, 9A7K, CT1EWA, CX3ZAN, DK8JB, DL7MAE & The DX News Letter, DL8AAM, EA5YN, G3URA, HL1VAU, I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, LZ1JZ, OH2BN, ON4BEN, ON5NT, ON9CDR, PG9W/9H3ON, RSGB IOTA, TF3AO, VA3RJ & ICPO and YV5EED for the following DX information.

According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 5th/August, through Sunday, 12th/August there were 207 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4O, 4S, 4X, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5V, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9Q, 9V, 9X, 9Y, A2, A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C2, C3, C5, C9, CE, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, DL, DU, E5/s, E7, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, EU, EX, EY, F, FG, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FR, FW, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HH, HI, HK, HL, HP, HR, HS, HZ, I, IS, J3, J5, J6, J7, JA, JD/o, JT, JW, JY, K, KG4, KH0, KH2, KH6, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OH0, OJ0, OK, OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P2, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ7, PY, PY0F, PZ, R1FJ, S5, SM, SP, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T5, T7, T8, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TT, TU, TY, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9N, VP2V, VP6, VP8, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XU, XX9, YB, YI, YK, YL, YN, YO, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZF, ZL, ZP, ZS

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

Elmo, EA5BYP, announces that a DXpedition to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (Bioko Island AF-010) will take place between October 5-14th. Operators will be Fred/KH7Y, Luis/EA5BRE, Vic/EA5YN and Elmo/EA5BYP. The team will operate with two stations and will sign 3C7Y for 10 days. Activity will be on all bands and modes SSB, CW and RTTY. QSL via EA5BYP.

A team consisting of Pietro/I2MQP, Kan/JA1BK, Mike/K6MYC, Doug/N6TQS and Nikolai/UT5UT will be guest operators from stations in Montenegro and Serbia next month. They will first visit the QTH of Gojko/YU6AO in Montenegro between September 17-21st, and operate as 4O1AO and 4O1M. The group will then participate in the 2007 World HST Championship (Belgrade, Serbia), September 21-23rd. Their trip will end with a visit to Hrane's, YT1AD, station in Serbia and operate as YT5A until the 26th. Look for activity to be on all HF bands including 6 and 2 meters on CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31, SSTV and EME.

Nick, G3RWF, will be active as 5X1NH from November 21-30th. Activity will start from Kampala between November 21-26th. He also plans to be active in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 24-25th) as a Single-Op/Low-Power entry. Outside of the contest, Nick will try to be active on the low bands and the WARC bands, if conditions allow. Modes will be CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK. Nick plans a short safari to the Mountains of the Moon after the contest to Western Uganda and will do some "spare time" portable work. QSL via G3RWF. Nick is happy to try some skeds;
E-mail address is: nick@henwood.demon.co.uk

You only have a few more days to work Filip, ON4TA, as 6O0F. He is expected to leave on August 15th. His activity is limited. Most of his operations is around 14240-14250 kHz usually between 1230-1600z. QSL via his home callsign, the bureau is preferred.

Steve, 9M6DXX, reports (edited), "Chris Lorek, G4HCL, has authorized me to inform everyone that he plans to be active from Sana, Yemen, once again as 7O/G4HCL from Monday, August 13th until early on Wednesday, August 15th. Chris has written permission and official authority to operate on all HF amateur bands under supervised conditions, but warns that it may or may not be possible to obtain the specific documentation that satisfies DXCC requirements. WFWL! This is NOT A DXpedition but a business trip, and operation will therefore only be when possible and is only likely to be for short periods at a time. Chris will be using 1kW to a professional biconical monopole communications antenna. Activity will be SSB only, and probably only on 20m (look between 14170 and 14260 kHz). QSL information for this operation is direct only to G4HCL, PO Box 400, Eastleigh SO53 4ZF, UK. If Chris is able to get on the air for extended periods, this should certainly liven up the bands a little as a prelude to our 3B7C operation! 73..."

Richard, G3RWL, will be active as 8P6DR between September 27th and October 14th. He plans to be active in the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest (September 29-30th). QSL via G3RWL.

8S, SWEDEN (Special Event)
The Jemtland Radio Amateurs (SK3JR) will be hosting the "2007 Scandinavian Young Ladies Radio Amateurs" (SYLRA 2007) meeting, in Ostersund, Sweden, from August 23-26th. YLs and OMs from Scandinavian countries and countries all over the world are invited to join SYLRA 2007. The special callsign for the meeting is 8S3SYL. On Friday, August 24th, there will be a special activity by YL operators from SI9AM with two stations active simultaneously. For more details on this event, please visit:


9H20, MALTA (Special Callsign)
Wim, PG9W/9H3ON, President of the Dutch Amateur Radio Society, informs OPDX that a new callsign, 9H20 (NINE HOTEL TWENTY) will be used by their Dutch group to commemorate the 20th year of being in MALTA (EU-023, JM75). The callsign 9H20, with no suffix, has been issued to their group as of August 10th through November 10th. However, the Dutch group will not be active until September 8-9th through October 1st. Activity will be on all bands 80-6 meters. The Dutch operators have also been issued individual 9H3 callsigns during that month. QSL the individual 9H3 callsigns via the info on (QRZ.com). QSL Manager for 9H20 (NINE HOTEL TWENTY) is PB9ZR/9H3ZR: Ruben van der Zwet, Barentzstraat 1, 2161 TJ LISSE, The Netherlands. PLEASE NOTE: All QSL cards send directly and reaching them before the end of December 2007, will be answerd direct as well. After December, all QSL cards will go via the bureau. PLEASE NO IRCs!

The Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce has published a Resolution of the General Subdivision of Planning and Management of the radioelectric phantom, by which it grants the use of the area codes (prefixes) AO, AN and AM respec- tively for EA, EB and EC stations between September 3rd and December 9th of 2007, in the occasion of 75th anniversary of the "Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telegraphic Union".

Operators Peter/W2GJ (C6APR), Ed/K3IXD (C6AXD) and Randy/ K4QO (C6AQO) will be active from Crooked Island (NA-113, ARLHS BAH-005), Bahamas, between October 26-29th. Activity will be on 160-6 meters including the WARC bands, CW, SSB, and RTTY. The trio plans to be active as C6APR during the CQ World Wide DX SSB Contest (October 27-28th) as a Multi-Single entry. All QSLs go to K3IXD.

Operators Stefano/IK2QEI, Matteo/IK2SGC, Roberto/I2WIJ, Luca/ IK2FFK and Spiros/SV8CS will be active as CN3A during the CQ World Wide DX SSB Contest (October 27-28th) as a Multi-2 entry. QSL via I2WIJ.

Jim, W7EJ, will be active as CN2R starting around October 19th and plans to be active in the CQ World Wide DX SSB Contest (October 27-28th) as a Single-Op/Single-Band (160m) entry. QSL via W7EJ. See the station from CN2R at:


The ARRL Letter reports: The ITU has granted a request from the Ministry of Communications and Transport of Bosnia and Herzegovina to replace T9A-T9Z with E7A-E7Z. According to IARU Secretary David Sumner, K1ZZ, “While it probably will take some time for the BiH administration to implement this change, it should put to an end the use of call signs outside the ITU-allocated call sign block by stations in parts of BiH.” The new prefix will be implemented “probably later this year,” Sumner said.

Ted, HI3TEJ, will be active as HI3T during the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest (September 29-30th) as a Single-Op/Low-Power entry. QSL via ON4IQ.

AF-004. George, GM0IIO, will be active as EA8/GM0IIO from Playa Blanca, Island of Lanzarote (S-007 for the Spanish Islands Award, WLOTA LH-0099), August 10-16th. Activity will be holiday style, mainly on 20 meters CW and SSB. He will be using a FT-857 and fishing pole vertical antenna. QSL via his home callsign.

AS-080. Members of Anseong DX Club will be active as HL0LPM/3 from Taenanji Island (KDN F-17) between August 19-21st. Operators mentioned are Song/6K2BWA, Lee/DS2GWM, Kwon/DS2GXU, Cho/DS2LLD and Kim/HL2CFY. Activity will be on 160-6 meters CW/SSB/RTTY with various beam and amplifiers. QSL via 6K2BWA, by the Bureau or direct to: Song Jang Woon, 104-1004 Daewoo APT, Dangwang Dong, Anseong, Gyeonggi 456-705, South Korea.

EU-028. Fabio, IW1DFU, will be active as IA5/IW1DFU from Elba Island (IIA LI-001, MIA MI-022, WLOTA LH-0609), August 12-31st. Activity will be mainly CW on 20 and 30 meters, with some SSB opertaions on 20 and 40 meters. He will be running a 100 watts into a vertical and/or dipole antennas. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the bureau.

EU-078. A group of 10 Spanish operators will activate Meda Gran Island (DIE E-001 for the Spanish Islands Award, MS-007 for the Mediterranean Islands Award and ARLHS SPA-161 [first activ- ation]), August 25-26th. This is a semi rare IOTA, but this island will become very difficult to obtain permissions to enter after 2008; the authorities will be closing the Park. The callsign will be EG3MED, and the team has permission to stay there for 2 complete days running with 2 complete stations. Activity will be on all bands, SSB and CW. The group will have 3 transceivers and a Yagi, dipoles and verticals. The team members are: EA2RC, EA3AGB, EA3CHZ, EA3ESZ, EA3FKX, EA3GHZ, EA3NM, EA5EOR, EB3GGU and EC7AKV. The QSL Manager is EA3GM, by the bureau or direct. A special QSL will be printed.

EU-127. Marcel, DJ5MS, will be active as homecall/p from Helgoland- Duene (N-14 for the German Islands Award, WLOTA LH-0518), August 27-29th. Activity will be SSB only, running 100w into a GP. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the bureau.

EU-156. Members of the Granville ARC (West Normandy, Manche Department), will activate Tombelaine Island (MA-021 for the French Metro- politan Islands Award - DIFM), a rock located in front of the Mont Saint Michel, from 1800z, August 24th to around 1200z, August 26th. They will use the callsign F5KAQ/p on all HF bands, using CW, SSB and Digital modes, and VHF 2m, using SSB. WWG is: IN98fp. QSL via F5RJM, either by the French REF Bureau or direct (SAE + postage) to: Denis Villemin, 4 Le Flaquet, F50470 Tollevast, France.

EU-170. Marco, IK1ACX, will be active as 9A/IK1ACX from Pag Island (ACIA IC-188, CIA-32, IOCA CI-082), between now August 18th. QSL via his home callsign.

EU-172. Stefan, DF8HS, will activate Samso Island (JY-008 for the Danish Islands Award, WLOTA LH-0726), August 26th to September 8th. Activity is planned for all bands using SSB, PSK-31 and RTTY. QSL via his home callsign.

NA-083. Operators Dave/W4SAR and Joe/K4SAR will be active as W4SAR/p from Chincoteague Island (USI VA002S, WW Loc. FM27HW, Accomack County, Virginia), between 0100z, August 12th and 0100z, August 24th. Activity will be sporadic on 20 and 6 meters SSB, and 20 meters PSK31. QSL direct to W4SAR (QRZ.com).

NA-112. Jeff, AI4U, will be active as K4I from Sunset Beach (USI NC-012S, Brunswick County, North Carolina), between now and August 17th. Activity will be on 40-10 meters on the IOTA frequencies, CW and SSB, as time allows. QSL via his home callign.

NA-140. (CORRECTION) Last week we mentioned that Page, WA3EOP, will be operating mobile from Kent Island (USI MD004S, WW Loc. FM18UW, Queen Annes Couty, Maryland) on August 11th (1600-1800z). Thanks to several readers, OPDX learned that the RSGB no longer counts Kent Island for IOTA. Kent Island used to count for IOTA but was removed from the list some time ago. NA-140 specifically EXCLUDES the following islands: Asquith's, Kent, Tilghman, Upper Hooper and Wroten. Please see the RSGB IOTA official Web site if you have any further questions at:


OC-130. Hans, DL5SDF, is expected to be active from Mindanao Island until August 28th. As this was being written, his callsign was not yet known, but he does have a confirmed license. Hans will only be active on CW using 100 watts and wire antennas. QSL via DL5SDF; preferably via the bureau.

SA-051. The Association of Radioamateurs of Venezuela and the Grupo DX Caracas are pleased to announce the celebration of the Venezuelan Navy Day 2007 with an IOTA DXpedition to Las Aves Islands (Not Aves Island, DXCC YV0 and IOTA NA-20), as YW5AS on August 27-31st. Activity will be on HF (SSB, CW, Digital) and VHF (FM). They will also be activating Aves de Sotavento lighthouse (Admiralty Reference Numbers: J-6491 and WW Loc. FK62DB).QSL Manager is DL3AMA. Also, check the info at QRZ.com for YW5AS.

Operators Gerry/IZ1DSH and Giovanni/IK1WEG, will be active from here as IS0/homecall between now and August 20th. Activity will be on 40-6 meters CW/SSB. They also plan some trips to the Islands of Spargi (IIA OT-021, EU-041) and Caprera (IIA OT-012, EU-041). QSL via their home callsign, the bureau is "OK".

Dick, G3URA, will be active as J49XF in the Russian RTTY Contest, September 1-2nd. QSL via G3URA, direct or by the Bureau. ADDED NOTE: Dick will also be active (using the same callsign) in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 24-25th) as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL route is the same as above.

Members of "The World Light House Foundation", "ARC Koprivnica" and the "All Croatian Islands Award Group" will be active from many Croatian lighthouses and islands between August 17-23rd. During the ILLW between August 17-19th, look for activity from SUSAK lighthouse (Reference numbers: WLH 9A-016, ACIA IC-127, CIA-45, CLH-31, CI-108, ARLHS CRO-50 and EU-136). The callsigns will be 9A60K/p, 9A0LH and 9A7K. QSLs for ALL contacts are via 9A7K. All information about this activity is available on the Web page at:


Members of the Radio Club Ushuaia will be active as AY7X from the Baliza Escarpados Lighthouse (ARG-081) on Redonda Island (SA-049, WW Loc. FD55VE) between 0001z, August 18th and 2359z, August 19th. The Isla Redonda qualifies for "GACW Five Argentine Islands Award" with #ARXP6. Operations will be on CW, SSB and PSK on the following suggested frequencies:

CW - 3550, 7020, 14010, 21010 and 28050 kHz
SSB - 3680, 7020, 14200, 21200 and 28300 kHz
PSK - 3610, 7038, 14070, 21070 and 28120 kHz
QSL via WD9EWK, by the Bureau or direct to: Patrick Stoddard, 4031 E. Aster Drive, Phoenix AZ 85032-7417 USA.

Members of the Associacao de Radioamadores do Distrito de Leiria (ARAL) will be active as CQ5N from the Lighthouse of the Nazare/Forte S.Miguel Arcanjo, during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend (ILLW) Contest. Activity will be on various modes and bands (HF/VHF/UHF/SHF). QSL only direct to CT6ARL (QRZ.com). The ARAL does not have access to the QSL service bureau.

Members of the "Radio Club Colonia" in Uruguay will activate Colonia City Lighthouse(UR007) next August 18th and 19th. Their callsign will be CV7FARO. Ten operators will be on the air with 3 stations operating on 80/40/20/15/10 meters plus UHF/VHF. QSL Manager is CX1FA (QRZ.com).

A group of about 10 German operators will be active as DF0WFB/LH from the lighthouse (#75 for the German Lighthouse Award - DLTD, ARLHS FED-174, TWLHD WLH DL-022, WLOTA LH-0712) on Oland Island (EU-042, N-20 for the German Islands Award), between August 17-20th for the ILLW. They will have three 100w stations on the air: two for HF and one VHF. QSL via DF0WFB, by the DARC Bureau or direct to: FH Wolfenbuettel, AFu-AG, Salzdahlumer Straße 46/48, 38302 Wolfenbuettel, GERMANY.

The Scarborough Special Events Group will be active as GB2SCA for the "International Lighthouse Weekend" (August 18-19th), from the lamp room in the Scarborough Lighthouse (ARLHS ENG-121). Look for HF activity to be around 7055 or 3725 kHz SSB, and 7025 or 3525 kHz CW. QSL via the RSGB bureau.

Operators Henk/PA3FMC and Ruud/PE1BTV will be active as LA/PA3FMC from the lighthouse (ARLHS NOR-264, WLOTA LH-2373, WW Loc. JP21GA) on Utvar Island (EU-055), August 16-22nd. They will participate in the Inter- national Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend (ILLW). Activity will be on all HF bands, SSB and PSK, plus 2 and 6 meters with meteor scatter. QSL via PA3FMC (QRZ.com). Further information can be found at:


Icelandic Radio Amateurs will operate once again as TF1IRA during the ILLW, August 18-19th. As before, members will be at the Lighthouse of Knarraros; Ref No. ICE012.

A press release from Jarmo, OH2BN, states: "The Nordic team of OH0RJ, OH2BH, OH2PM, SM0W and SM6U will try landing on Market Reef Saturday, August 11th, around 1600 UTC with two stations and may appear on the air on that night as OJ0B. They will do CW and SSB until Thursday, August 16th. QSL via OH2BH.

On August 16th, OH2HAN, OH2MZB and OH2LU will be swapping the operating duties, weather permitting, and will air OJ0MI focusing on RTTY but also the weekend's (August 18-19th) lighthouse activity. QSL via OH2HAN.

CW at .025 kHz and on SSB 3790, 7040, 14190, 18140, 21290 kHz. Over the lighthouse weekend 14250-14260 kHz will be used.

They will run the latest FT2000 radios and SteppIR antennas. The Finnish Lighthouse Society has been active repairing the lighthouse for this summer, and you may wish to follow their activities which include daily reporting and interesting general details.

If you are a stamp collector or wish to receive your QSL card with unique Market Reef stamps, you may send SASE with 7 Euros (10 USDs) as your donation to the Finnish Lighthouse Society through respective QSL managers."

If you wish to tour the Reef in the spirit of adventure, you may follow in the footsteps of the 2005 OJ0B activity:


ADDITIONAL PRESS RELEASE (via Tim/N4GN). Teemu, OJØ/SMØW (on the OJØB team) reports: "We have established the first Internet Service in history on Market Reef, this allows us to send you pictures from our OJØB adventure. Follow the Market Reef Magic on

. We have had one station making some QSOs during the night and expect to be fully oper- ational by tonight with two stations. Stay tuned for more news on the webpage.....73"

ON, BELGIUM (Special Event)
Marc, ON9CDR, reports that members of the "Radio Club de Binche" will activate the special callsign ON4WAR to pay a tribute to the Belgian Resistance during WW II, September 1-2nd. Old rigs such as "Paraset" and "TR6" will transmit on CW on the 7 MHz band from the dropping area of the "Refuge B40" in Waudrez (Binche). Some transmissions on SSB are also scheduled on the 7 MHz band. A special QSL card will be issued for this event. QSL information via ON7RY. More information is available on:


OX, GREENLAND (NA-018 and WLOTA LH-0072)
Roland, HB9FMD, will be active as OX/HB9FMD from the Hotel Hvide Falk in Ilulissat, August 17-27th. Activity will be mainly CW on the WARC bands. QSL via his home callsign.


  QSL ROUTES by Johannes, DK8JB:
    SA25QW  via SK6QW       SF89IB via SM6CLU
    SB250TT via SM6JSM      SI89B  via SM6CLU
QSLS FOR 5X4A AND 5X4B. Tom, DL8AAM (5Z4GD, ex OP 5Z4FU/A, 5X/DL8AAM etc.), informs OPDX that a great part of the original logs were lost in the "civil war" in Northern Uganda. The QTH of 5X4A and 5X4B was in Kitgum/Gulu, in Northern Uganda, near the Sudanese border. During the time of their activity and to date, this region has suffered from a cruel civil war between the central government and the LRA (Lord's Resistance Army). Tom mentions that he has a great box of "unanswered QSLs". He hopes that maybe later he will be able to return to the sites, and possibly find and collect the "lost" logbooks.

GOLIST QSL MANAGER DATABASE HELP NEEDED. John, K1XN, from the GoList informs: "During my QSL Manager confirmation process, I have accum- alated a list of QSL Managers for which I could not find a published E-mail address, or the E-mail address that I found is not valid and bounces mail. Listed below are some of those QSL Managers that I am having problems with. I hope that maybe they will read this message and take the time to update their E-mail address on (QRZ.com) or send them to me direct at: golist@gmail.com "

    E21IZC    ES4OJ    F5GGL    F5PFP   F6HWU  F6KWP   FY5KE
    EA1EAG    EW2ZC    F5IRC    F5SHQ   F6IGF  F8BUZ
    EA2URD    EW4IDP   F5KCH    F5SIH   F6KDM  F8CMT
    EA3RCQ    EX2A     F5KDB    F6BGC   F6KFH  F8CSD
    EA4ABW    F1IWH    F5KEK    F6CMH   F6KFI  F8EN
    EA5TD     F2JD     F5KIN    F6CTL   F6KFO  F8ENY
    EA5URR    F2VX     F5MMF    F6DPD   F6KFT  F8KGY
    EA5XX     F4BQO    F5NLX    F6ELE   F6KNB  F8KOI
    EA7URE    F4CEI    F5NOD    F6EWM   F6KOP  F9KH
    EA8AHB    F4DXW    F5NPS    F6EXQ   F6KSU  F0DTB
    EA8AKN    F4EGX    F5NRY    F6GWV   F6KTN  FA1MEB
    EI5CRC    F5CCO    F5OGE    F6HLC   F6KUF  FG1JD
QSL LZ/G4EDG via LZ1JZ: Tony Stefanov, P.O Box 43, HARMANLI - 6450, BULGARIA. Operators were Steve/G4EDG, Vasil/LZ1CL and Tony/LZ1JZ. Their four day activity (June 19-23rd) was from St. Ivan Island (EU-181) and they made 4500 QSOs. LZ1JZ is also QSL Manager for: TX1A, FK8DD, P29K, SV1/LZ1JZ, OA4SJ, OA4DKC, TF1VG, TF60VG, DU1LWQ, LZ1KSP and LZ7J.

NEW ADDRESS. Please send QSL cards for Frank, V51AS, to the following new address: Frank Steinhauser, Heinrich Heine Str. 35, D-72555 Metzingen, Germany.



Ghis, ON5NT, informs OPDX that he will be active as SV9/ON5NT between August 16-23rs, and 3A/ON5NT between September 24-28th. He states, "Both are holiday trips. So don't expect big signals and most likely no 80 and 160 from SV9." Both operations are QSLed via his home callsign.

Gab, HA3JB, will be active as SU8BHI from Cairo between September 21st and November 30th. Activity will be on CW, RTTY, SSTV, PSK and some SSB. Bands were not provided. He also plans to be active in the CQ WW RTTY DX Contest (September 29-30th) and many of the other major upcoming contests. QSL via HA3JB. More information will be available at:


Members of the Tri-County Amateur Radio Club (WC5C) will activate Pelican Island (USI TX050, WW Loc. EM12FV, Tarrant County, Eagle Mountain Lake, Texas) using the special callsign W5P, from 1400-2400z on August 25th.. Look for activity on the usual island frequencies (mostly around 14260 and 7260) and possibly other frequencies and various modes. QSL via WC5C (QRZ.com).

Scott, NE1RD, is planning another "100 Pound DXpedition", this time to St. Kitts (NA-104). He is expected to be there between October 24-31st and will be active as V4/NE1RD. The main event during this period will be the CQ WW DX SSB Contest (October 27-28th) as a Single-Op/All- Band. QSL via NE1RD. Details, updates and online log for this DXpedition will be available on the following Web pages:

http://dxpedition-v4.com (DXpedition Web site)
http://100pounddxpedition.blogspot.com (NE1RD's blog)

Operators Larry/K3VX, Greg/K4NO, Lee/K7NM, Howard/AK9F, Don/K9NR and Carl/K9CS will be active from here between November 20th and December 3rd. The group is there for the ARRL 160 Meter Contest (November 30th-December 2nd). QSL via K9CS.

"J.C.", W1AI, will be active from Provo (NA-002) as VP5/W1AI, September 1-8th. Activity will be on 160-6 meters, CW and SSB. QSL via his home callsign.

WAS/WAC SPOTTING/SCHEDULING WEB PAGE (Update/Change). Andy, K3UK, continues to improve and update his interesting Web site for individuals who are trying to earn their WAC and WAS. The Web site is called "The K3UK Worked All States/Counties Interactive Sked Page". The site is used for arranging QSOs for WAS and WAC. Andy states, "Feel free to post your operating frequency or the state/county you are looking for. Any modes, any bands." The Web site is: http://www.obriensweb.com/wac/wac.php Also checkout his CW and Digital sked pages at:

CW : http://www.obriensweb.com/skccsked/skccsked.php
Digital: http://www.obriensweb.com/drsked/drsked.php

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