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Saturday, August 31, 2013

Monthly DX Report 01.09.2013 - 30.09.2013

20.09.201326.09.20133D2 Viti Levu Island (OC-016) by Stan/LZ1GC and Rocky/3D2DD.
27.09.201311.10.20133D2/R Rotuma Island (OC-060) by Stan/LZ1GC and Rocky/3D2DD.
20.09.201324.09.2013A4 Masirah Island (AS-014) by members of the Royal Omani Amateur Radio Society (ROARS). QSL via A47RS.
28.09.201304.10.2013DL Hiddensee Island (EU-057, DID O-005, WLOTA 2371, DLFF-014) by Friedrich/DL4BBH, Matthias/DK7LV, Klaus/DL7UXG, Henning/DB5BZ, Peter/DJ4RU and Ric/DL2VFR.
10.09.201321.09.2013FP Miquelon Islands (NA-032) by Peter/DJ4TC and Hermann/DL2NUD.
10.08.201312.09.2013HC Emanuele, IK2OHG.
12.08.201302.09.2013HL Dom, SQ9KWW.
08.09.201313.09.2013I Lampedusa Island (AF-019) by Landi/IW5ELA.
08.09.201326.09.2013IS Sardinia (EU-024, IIA SD-001, MIA MIS-035, WLOTA 1608) by Hubert, OE3FHA.
28.04.201305.05.2103JD/O Chichijima Island (AS-031). QSL JD1BLC via JP1IOF, JD1YBT via JP1IOF.
25.09.201303.10.2013JW Spitsbergen Island (EU-026) by Karl, LA8DW.
13.09.201316.09.2013JW Spitsbergen Island (EU-026, WLOTA 0125) by Sig/DL2JIM, Rene/DL2JRM and Dan/DL5SE.
21.09.201327.09.2013OJ0 Market Reef (EU-053) by Pasi, OH3WS.
14.09.201321.09.2013OZ Langeland Island (EU-172) by Heinz/DC5WW, Robert/DK2RO, Anton/DL8AW, Norbert/DL9NAC and Thilo/DL9NBJ. QSL via DL8AW.
07.09.201314.09.2013P2 Lissenung Island (OC-008) by Akira, JA1NLX.
08.09.201313.09.2013P2 Lissenung Island (OC-008) by JA1NLX, Akira.
31.08.201314.09.2013PA Vlieland Island (EU-038) by Marcel, PD5MVH.
19.08.201310.09.2013PA Special callsign will be active for the Sail de Ruyter, the annual gathering of historic ships in Vlissingen. QSL via PA3GEO.
13.09.201326.09.2013PJ4 Bonaire (SA-006) by Frank, PH2M.
29.08.201309.09.2013SV Chios Island (EU-049, GIOTA NAS-002, MIA MG-025, WLOTA 4103) by Fred, PA1FJ.
06.09.201307.09.2013T8 Palau Island (OC-009) by Gerben, PG5M.
15.09.201319.09.2013T8 Palau Island (OC-009) by Gerben, PG5M.
20.09.201324.09.2013T8 Palau Islands (OC-009) by Masashi, JL1FUQ.
02.09.201308.00.0000TK Sebastian, IK2WZM:
02.09.201308.09.2013TK Sebastian, IK2WZM:
28.09.201311.10.2013TN Arie/PA3A, Ad/PA8AD, Arie/PA3AN and Marian/PD1AEG. QSL via PA3AWW.
08.09.201315.09.2013V6 Yap Island (OC-012) by Gerben, PG5M.
22.09.201329.09.2013VK9L Tomas, VK2CCC.
12.09.201314.09.2013W Sapelo Island (NA-058, USA738 and USA1014) by a group of 10-12 operators.
12.09.201314.09.2013W Sapelo Island (NA-058) by members of the Tamiami ARC.
05.09.201310.09.2013XW Steve/9M6DXX and James/9V1YC. QSL XW8XZ via M0URX and XW1YC via W5UE.
30.08.201328.09.2013YB Bert, PD1SA.
Print overview

Weekly DX Report 02.09.2013 - 08.09.2013

10.08.201312.09.2013HC Emanuele, IK2OHG.
12.08.201302.09.2013HL Dom, SQ9KWW.
08.09.201313.09.2013I Lampedusa Island (AF-019) by Landi/IW5ELA.
08.09.201326.09.2013IS Sardinia (EU-024, IIA SD-001, MIA MIS-035, WLOTA 1608) by Hubert, OE3FHA.
28.04.201305.05.2103JD/O Chichijima Island (AS-031). QSL JD1BLC via JP1IOF, JD1YBT via JP1IOF.
07.09.201314.09.2013P2 Lissenung Island (OC-008) by Akira, JA1NLX.
08.09.201313.09.2013P2 Lissenung Island (OC-008) by JA1NLX, Akira.
31.08.201314.09.2013PA Vlieland Island (EU-038) by Marcel, PD5MVH.
19.08.201310.09.2013PA Special callsign will be active for the Sail de Ruyter, the annual gathering of historic ships in Vlissingen. QSL via PA3GEO.
29.08.201309.09.2013SV Chios Island (EU-049, GIOTA NAS-002, MIA MG-025, WLOTA 4103) by Fred, PA1FJ.
06.09.201307.09.2013T8 Palau Island (OC-009) by Gerben, PG5M.
02.09.201308.00.0000TK Sebastian, IK2WZM:
02.09.201308.09.2013TK Sebastian, IK2WZM:
08.09.201315.09.2013V6 Yap Island (OC-012) by Gerben, PG5M.
05.09.201310.09.2013XW Steve/9M6DXX and James/9V1YC. QSL XW8XZ via M0URX and XW1YC via W5UE.

Friday, August 30, 2013

ARLP035 Propagation de K7RA

Propagation Forecast Bulletin 35 ARLP035
From Tad Cook, K7RA
Seattle, WA August 30, 2013
To all radio amateurs

ARLP035 Propagation de K7RA

Solar activity slipped this week, with the average daily sunspot
number declining nearly 50 points to 77, and average daily solar
flux down nearly 10 points to 116.4. In fact, those nearly numbers
were 49.9 and 9.9.

The latest prediction from NOAA/USAF (Thursday, August 29, 2013) has
solar flux at 108, 105 and 108 on August 30 through September 1, 110
on September 2-3, 112 on September 4-5, then 115 and 120 on
September 6-7, 125 on September 8-14, 120 on September 15, 115 on
September 16-17, 110 on September 18, 105 on September 19-21, then
110 and 105 on September 22-23, and 100 on September 24-25.

Until August 27-28, the forecast had solar flux dropping below 100
on August 30 through September 2, but the outlook was upgraded for
this period. But note that flux values are predicted to drop below
100 on September 26-28.

Predicted planetary A index is 20 on August 30-31, 12 on September
1, 5 on September 2-3, 8 on September 4, 5 on September 5-9, then
10, 15 and 18 on September 10-12, 8 on September 13-14, 5 on
September 15-16, then 12, 18 and 15 on September 17-19, 5 on
September 20-21, 12 and 8 on September 22-23, and 5 on September

Every day (usually between 2100-2200 UTC) you can see an update of
all the above data at
that the August 29 prediction (this bulletin is written every Friday
long before 2100 UTC) was revised and re-released at 0839 UTC today,
about 11 hours after the earlier version. I need to re-check those

Much talk lately has centered around a possible dual peak in the
current solar cycle. This would follow a patter established in
recent solar cycles. If this is so, the first peak probably occurred
in the Fall of 2011. Now it appears that perhaps the second peak was
in Spring 2013.

We are just a day away from the end of the month, so we won't see
the actual averages until next week, but we can get a pretty close
reading knowing the actual numbers for 29 of the 31 days in August.

The average daily sunspot number for the first 29 days of August was
92.2. This is above the levels for June and July, 80.2 and 86.2, but
lower than April and May. This also pegs the 3-month average of
daily sunspot numbers (centered on July) around 86.1, based on data
from 90 of the 92 days in that period. This is above all of the
3-month moving averages centered on September 2012 through March
2013, but lower than the previous three periods centered on April
and May (106.4) and 97.5 for June.

The two stand-out periods were both when the 3-month moving average
was above 100. Those were centered on October through December 2011
(118.8, 118.6 and 110) and April and May of this year, when averages
were both 106.4.

We began tracking a three month moving average in early 2007, in the
February 9 bulletin (see
continued in each or the 78 months since then.

For those unfamiliar with this concept, a moving average is used to
smooth out the day-to-day variations in noisy data to make it easier
to spot trends. If you wanted to create a 30-day moving average of
any data, such as stock prices, temperature or sunspot numbers, you
would add all the numbers for the previous 29 days to today's value,
then divide by 30. Tomorrow you would drop off the first number in
the series and include tomorrow's number. This continues, day after
day, and what emerges is a graph that smooths out day-to-day
variations, making it easier to spot trends.

Because this bulletin was always text-based - 47 years ago as a
child, I copied my predecessor's weekly propagation bulletins in
Morse code from W1AW - I needed a simple way to present a moving
average without the aid of graphics, in order to spot trends in the
upcoming cycle.

In this simple method, I would do an arithmetic average (adding all
the daily sunspot numbers, then dividing by the number of days) for
a three-month period.

On the first day of April I would add all the numbers from January 1
through March 31, then divide by 91 in a leap year, and 90 in all
other years. This reveals an average either described as centered on
February, or the period ending in March.

On May 1 I could average all the data for February through April, so
every month, one old month drops off, and a new month is added.
Wikipedia has a page explaining this at
are many ways to slice and dice the data.

Next week we will present the data described above, we will see the
two peaks and decline since then.

For some reason (it's Summer?) there were no reports from readers
this week.

I haven't looked at this site in a long time, and I see it has added
many attractive and useful features:

Note the fantastic images under the "Active Solar Regions" heading.
Note if you click on the image, it will take you to a more detailed
picture, such as

You can then hack that URL to see a series of images of successive
days. Note the date in this URL is for 8-29-2013, expressed here as
/AR_CH_20130829_hres.jpg. You can change it to 20130828, 20130827,
etc, then use the back-forward button on your web browser to see the
images from successive days, along with the solar rotation.

If you would like to make a comment or have a tip for our readers,
email the author at,

For more information concerning radio propagation, see the ARRL
Technical Information Service web page at For an explanation of the
numbers used in this bulletin, see
propagation bulletins is at
information and tutorials on propagation are at

Monthly propagation charts between four USA regions and twelve
overseas locations are at

Instructions for starting or ending email distribution of ARRL
bulletins are at

Sunspot numbers for August 22 through 28 were 125, 127, 101, 46, 35,
61, and 44, with a mean of 77. 10.7 cm flux was 131.6, 124.1, 117.4,
112.6, 111.2, 109.7, and 108.1, with a mean of 116.4. Estimated
planetary A indices were 13, 15, 7, 7, 5, 15, and 9, with a mean of
10.1. Estimated mid-latitude A indices were 11, 14, 8, 7, 4, 12, and
8, with a mean of 9.1.

31 August 2013 A.R.I. DX Bulletin
No 1165
*** 4 2 5 D X N E W S ***
Edited by I1JQJ & IK1ADH
Direttore Responsabile I2VGW

A2 - WB6OJB as A25JK and K5LBU as A25CF will be active with two
stations from Botswana on 5-12 September. Look for A25JK to
operate SSB on 20-10 metres (possibly with some 40 and 80m), while
A25CF "will be doing some PSK on what ever bands might be open and
A25JK is not on". QSL via home calls. [TNX NG3K]
D4 - Barry, M0DGQ will be active as D44TXP from Ilha do Sal (AF-086),
Cape Verde until 11 September. He operates CW only on 40 and 20
metres. QSL via M0URX (OQRS preferred).
FO - Yoshi, JJ8DEN will be active as FO/KH0PR from three IOTA groups in
French Polynesia as follows:
3-8 September Ahe Atoll OC-131
9-16 September Napuka Atoll OC-094
18-25 September Reao Atoll OC-238
He will operate CW and digital modes on 80-10m. QSL via JJ8DEN.
[TNX DX World]
HB0 - Look for HB0/DL4AAE and HB0/DL3TU ( be
active from Liechtenstein "on the second or third full weekend of
September". Weather permitting, they will try to operate from the
summit of Augstenberg (2359 metres a.s.l.) using CW only on the
higher bands with an emphasis on working Asia. All of the QSOs
will be confirmed automatically via the bureau. Direct cards via
home calls.
HP - Invoker Team members Christian EA3NT, Raul EA5KA, Vincent F4BKV
and Col MM0NDX will be active from the six IOTA groups allocated
to Panama as follows:
5 September HP0INT/1 Naos NA-072
6-8 September HP0INT/3 Boca Brava NA-071
8 Septemper (evening) HP0INT/1 Naos NA-072
9-11 September HP0INT/2 Ogobsibu (San Blas) NA-170
11-13 September HP0INT/2 Grande NA-202
13-15 September HP0INT/9 Iguana NA-203
16-18 September HP0INT/4 Colon (Bocas del Toro) NA-088
They will operate CW and SSB on 40-10m. QSL via F4BKV (direct) or
F5CWU (bureau), OQRS preferred for both options. Logsearch at [TNX DX World]
I - The Calabria DX Team will be active as II8LH from the lighthouse
at Scilla on 31 August. QSL via HB9FHZ (bureau) or IK8YFU
(direct), LoTW and eQSL.
I - Riccardo, IZ5JMX reports that he will be active as TK/IZ5JMX from
Corsica (EU-014) on 1-13 September. He will operate SSB on 40-10
metres. All of the QSOs will be confirmed automatically via bureau.
JA - Makoto, JI5RPT will be active as JI5RPT/6 from the Koshikijima
Islands (AS-037) on 7 and 8 September. He will operate CW and
digital modes. QSL via home call, direct or bureau. [TNX JN6RZM]
KH9 - The tentative dates for the K9W DXpedition to Wake Island are 5-19
October, with 7-18 October as QRV days (schedule based on Wake
time, which is UTC +12 hours). The expedition's operating plan,
QSL routes, propagation charts and other information can be found
SV8 - A team of eight operators from Germany (Rich DK8YY, Hansi DL1AOB,
Dieter DL1AWD, Ralf DL3JJ, Dan DL5SE, Felix DL6JF, Lu DL8ALU and
Eddy DM5JBN) will be active as SW8YY from the island of Zakynthos
(EU-052) on 17-29 October, including entries in the Worked All
Germany (WAG, 19-20 October) and CQ WW SSB contests. They will
operate CW, SSB and digital modes on 160-10 metres. QSL via DH7WW,
direct or bureau (OQRS on Club Log), and LoTW. Further information
can be found at [TNX DX World]
T8 - Will be active as T88TV from Palau on 10-16 September. He will
operate CW only on all bands, with an emphasis on 160 and 80
metres. QSL via W5MJ. [TNX NG3K]
UA - R7AM, R7LP, RA6DE, RU5D, RU6AX, UA6MF and UA6YW will be active as
R20RRC/6 from Eyskaya Kosa Island in the Sea of Azov (RRA
RR-17-02, not IOTA) from 30 August to 1 September. They will
operate CW and SSB on 80-10 metres. QSL via RZ3EC. [TNX RU5D]
V6 - Look for Hiroo, JA2VWG (V63DDD) and Seihachi, JA7LU (V63LU) to be
active from Pohnpei (OC-010), Micronesia on 4-16 September. They
will be QRV on 40-6 metres SSB and RTTY. QSL both calls via JA7LU.
[TNX DX World]
W - Scott, NE1RD will be active as NE1RD/1 from Lovells Island
(NA-148) from 30 August to 1 September. This will be a LP, solar
powered operation, as there is no electricity on the island. He
will be QRV on 40-10 metres. QSL via home call. Logsearch and OQRS
(for bureau cards only) at [TNX]
W - A team from the Kennehoochee Amateur Radio Club (AK4I, K4JTT,
will be active as K4S from Sapelo Island (NA-058) on 10-14
September. They will operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 80-6 metres. QSL
via W4BTI (direct only), LoTW and eQSL. [TNX K4JTT]
W - Randy, AJ7G will be active as AJ7G/4 from Cedar Keys (NA-076) on
18-19 September. Plans are to be QRV on 20, 17 and 15 metres SSB
and digital modes. QSL direct to home call. [TNX]
W - Mike AB5EB, Hector AD6D (XE2K) and Dragan K0AP will be active as
K5T from Timbalier Island (NA-119) on 11-13 October. QSL via
YB - Adhi, YB3MM is active as YB3MM/p from the Kangean Islands (OC-217)
until 31 August. He is QRV on 20 and 15 metres SSB and CW. QSLling
instructions on [TNX W2FB]
YB - YB8S is the callsign that YB9BU, YB8RW, YC8TM and others will be
using during their operation from Gangga Island (OC-236) [425DXN
1164]. They will be QRV from 30 August to 1 September. QSL direct
to YB9BU.
YB - The YE5T (OC-122) and YE5S (OC-109) operations [425DXN 1164] have
been postponed until further notice owing to a serious family
problem of one of the team members. The YE5R activity from Anambas
(OC-108) will likely continue since it is organized by a different
team. Announced dates for YE5R are 15-20 September. [TNX W2FB]
YB - Four more operators will be joining the 10-16 September DXpedition
to Kimaam Island (aka Pulau Yos Sudarso and Pulau Dolok) (OC-275,
new one for IOTA) [425DXN 1164]. The team now includes YB0AI/9,
YB3MM/9, YB8XM/9, YB9WZJ/p, YC9XOZ/p, YD9RQX/p and YF1AR/9. They
will operate SSB, CW and digital modes on 40-10 metres. QSL
YF1AR/9 via N2OO, QSL YB3MM/9 see, others via operator's
instructions. Further information at
YJ - Ralph, H40IOTA was supposed to be active from Vanikolo (OC-163)
for a couple of days towards the end of this week. However, this
activity is not going to happen and "will be placed on hold for a
future trip". His H44/H40 IOTA tour is finished, and Ralph is now
heading "under motorsail and poor weather conditions" to Vanuatu.
He will be sailing those waters for a couple of months, with
tentative plans to be active as YJ0RK from the Torres Islands
(OC-110) and the Banks Islands (OC-104). QSL via NR6M. [TNX NR6M]
YN - EA1ACP, EA1DVY, EA5FX, EA5HPX, EA5KM and EA7FTR will be active as
H7H from Nicaragua on 1-16 October. They will operate SSB, CW and
RTTY on 160-6 metres. QSL via EB7DX and LoTW. An OQRS will be
available for direct and bureau cards. Further information can be
found at

CENTRAL AMERICA TRIP ---> Rick, AI5P will be visiting Panama, El Salvador
and Nicaragua between 31 August and 23 September. Plans are to operate
holiday style as HP1/AI5P (31 August-6 September),YS1/AI5P (6-12 September)
and YN2PX (12-23 September). QSL via home call. [TNX The Daily DX]

HIMALAYAN TRIP ---> Pekka, OH2YY will be active as 9N2YY (requested
call, to be confirmed upon arrival) from Nepal on 2-5 October, and as A52YY
from Bhutan on 6-10 October. He expects to be QRV on 20-10 metres SSB mostly
during his evenings and night hours, running 100 wats into dipoles. QSL
via home call, direct or bureau, and LoTW. [TNX OH2YY]

*** 4 2 5 D X N E W S ***
**** GOOD TO KNOW ... ****
Edited by I1JQJ & IK1ADH
Direttore Responsabile I2VGW

AFRICAN STATES ---> "As part of the on-going research and documentation of
callsign history since 1945 for Club Log, and to aid the fine-tuning of
Club Log's DXCC entity mapping, I have spent some considerable time
researching and documenting the history of prefix changes in Africa", Alan
5B4AHJ says. Go to and search
for 'African states - independence dates and prefix changes'. "This is quite
a substantial document, pulling together information from a wide variety of
sources. Although I have checked the document as carefully as I can, it is
possible that it contains some errors. Please advise if you find any".

DXCC NEWS ---> TX5K (Clipperton Island, 2013 operation) has been approved
for DXCC credit. If you've had this rejected in a prior application, send a
note to bmoore[@] to be placed on the list for an update to your
record. Please note the submission date and/or reference number where the
rejection was noted to expedite the search for any rejected QSOs. [TNX NC1L]

QSCOPE ---> Yan, XV4Y is working on a new project called QScope. It is an
online application that provides statistics and charts from amateur radio
logs (ADIF and Cabrillo).While designed with contesting in mind, most of
the statistics will be useful for DXpeditions and DXers alike. Registration
and access to the website ( are free.

QSL VIA HA3JB ---> Gabor is the new QSL manager for A41PB and HC8/G8OFQ.
QSL direct only (Kutasi Gabor, Siofok, Koch R. u. 10/A I/4, 8600, Hungary).
An OQRS can be found at

QSL VIA PG5M ---> Gerben, PG5M has enabled an Online QSL Request Service
for direct and bureau cards on his website ( The
OQRS can be used for 3D2GM, 9M2/PG5M, 9M2/PG5M/6, 9Q5MA, C56M, PA0GAM/9L,
T30GM, V8FGM and VK9GA, as well as for Gerben's upcoming operations as T8GM
and V6G [425DXN 1157].

QSL VIA W5UE ---> Randy, W5UE now has an online log search and OQRS web
Application ( for many of the stations
he manages. Logs currently online include 9V1YC, 9V9HQ, AK6W, EY3M, EY8ZE,
HC8GR, HC8N, NA5NN and ZP5YW. 9V1YC's upcoming DXpedtion to Laos (XW1YC)
will also be supported, with daily updates.

YC9MLL ---> Leo, YC9MLL will be leaving Flores Island (OC-151) in 2-3
months' time. "I will try to keep Flores on the air as long as I can", he
says. Island chasers who need OC-151 might want to contact Leo (email
address on and arrange a sked with him. QSL via M0OXO. [TNX K3EST]


QSLs received direct or through managers: 3C0E, 3C6A, 3DA0TM, 4O/UA3RF/p
(EU-163), 5W0NM, 5X8C, 6O3A, 6Y5/G3SWH, 8Q7DV, 8Q7KP,9M2FB (AS-074), 9X0ZM,
BP0A (AS-103), D2QR, D64K, EA9UG, ER7HQ, EX8MLE, F5VHY, FO/UT6UD (OC-027
and OC-050), H40T, H44AJ (OC-285), H44G, HC3/DL5YWM (SA-034), HD8A,
(NA-046), KH6FOC, LA5O (EU-076), LT5X (SA-049), OH1TD (EU-096), OJ0R, PJ4V,
RI1ANU, ST2SF, T49C, T6T, TA1ED/0 (AS-154), TK9R, TM1F (EU-095), TO5PX,




425 DX News is a free of charge weekly bulletin
edited by Mauro Pregliasco, I1JQJ and Valeria Pregliasco, IK1ADH

Its contents may be used, reproduced and distributed
in part or full provided that
"425 DX News" or "425DXN" receive proper credit

Contributors are invited to send their DX information to
Mauro Pregliasco, I1JQJ (
The deadline is 12 UTC on Fridays


Direttore Responsabile
Gabriele Villa, I2VGW
Giornalista Professionista - Tessera n. 071675
Ordine Nazionale
31 August 2013 A.R.I. DX Bulletin

No 1165
*** 4 2 5 D X N E W S ***
******* CALENDAR *******
Edited by I1JQJ & IK1ADH
Direttore Responsabile I2VGW

till 31/08 EA8/G7COD: Gran Canaria (AF-004) 1159
till 31/08 YB3MM/p: Kangean Islands (OC-217) 1165
till 01/09 9M2SE: Indah Island (AS-074) 1164
till 01/09 EH200D: special callsign 1162
till 01/09 NE1RD/1: Lovells Island (NA-148) 1165
till 01/09 R20RRC/6: Eyskaya Kosa Island (RRA RR-17-02) 1165
till 01/09 YB8S: Gangga Island (OC-236) 1165
till 02/09 EF3EGB: Medas Islands (EU-078) 1164
till 04/09 9A/PA4JJ: Croatia 1164
till 09/09 SV8/PA1FJ/p: Chios Island (EU-049) 1164
till 10/09 PA6SAIL: special callsign 1159
till 11/09 D44TXP: Ilha do Sal (AF-086) 1165
till 12/09 HC2IOH: Ecuador 1160
till 14/09 PD5MVH/p: Schiermonnikoog Island (EU-038) 1164
till 15/09 EG5VCE: special event callsign 1164
till 15/09 JG8NQJ/JD1: Minami Torishima (OC-073) 1161
till 15/09 UE80RWW: special event station 1161
till 20/09 OO: special prefix (Belgium) 1159
till 27/09 HC8/G8OFQ: Galapagos Islands (SA-004) 1164
till 30/09 SN150PS: special callsign 1157
till October T6MH: Afghanistan 1125
till 08/11 FO/F5LCI: Hao Atoll (OC-066), French Polynesia 1164
till November RU0ZM/0: Russian District KT-13 1155
till 15/12 C91GBA: Mozambique 1155
till 15/12 JW9JKA: Bear Island (EU-027) 1153
till 31/12 4A1TD: special callsign 1143
till 31/12 9A280-9A289: special prefixes (Croatia) 1156
till 31/12 DL50FRANCE: special station 1131
till 31/12 DS4DRE/4: Hajo Island (AS-060) 1150
till 31/12 EI13CLAN: special callsign 1130
till 31/12 Gx100C: special callsign 1134
till 31/12 Gx100RSGB: special callsigns 1130
till 31/12 HA1973BA: special callsign 1148
till 31/12 HA30S: special callsign 1136
till 31/12 HB30OK: special callsign 1130
till 31/12 OU1RAEM: special callsign 1130
till 31/12 RI1ANP: Progress Station (Antarctica) 1132
till 31/12 S5300TP: special callsign 1130
till 31/12 Z320RSM and Z320A-Z320Z: special callsigns 1130
till Jan 2014 HC/IZ1DPS: Ecuador 1164
till Feb 2014 VK0JJJ: Mawson station (Antarctica) 1135
till Feb 2014 ZS7V: SANAE IV station (Antarctica) 1136
till Dec 2014 5Z4/LA4GHA: Kenya 1145
till Dec 2014 6O0LA: Somalia 1145
31/08-06/09 HP1/AI5P: Panama 1165
31/08 II8LH: Scilla lighthouse 1165
August RV3EFH/0: Bolshevik Island (AS-042) 1139
August S5##EB: special callsigns 1163
August TU5DF: Cote d'Ivoire 1153
01/09-13/09 TK/IZ5JMX: Corsica (EU-014) 1165
02/09-13/09 3B9EME: Rodrigues Island (AF-017) 1164
02/09-09/09 TK9ZM: Corsica (EU-014) 1163
03/09-08/09 FO/KH0PR: Ahe Atoll (OC-131), French Polynesia 1165
04/09-16/09 V63DDD and V63LU: Pohnpei (OC-010), Micronesia 1165
05/09-12/09 A25JK and A25CF: Botswana 1165
05/09 HP0INT/1: Isla Naos (NA-072) 1165
05/09-10/09 XW8XZ and XW1YC: Laos 1159
06/09-08/09 HP0INT/3: Isla Boca Brava (NA-071) 1165
06/09-07/09 T8GM: Koror (OC-009), Palau 1157
06/09-12/09 YS1/AI5P: El Salvador 1165
07/09-08/09 JI5RPT/6: Koshikijima Islands (AS-037) 1165
08/09 HP0INT/1: Isla Naos (NA-072) 1165
08/09-18/09 IG9/IW5ELA: Lampedusa Island (AF-019) 1163
08/09-13/09 P29VNX: Bismarck Archipelago (OC-008) 1161
08/09-15/09 V6G: Yap (OC-012), Micronesia 1157
09/09-16/09 FO/KH0PR: Napuka Atoll (OC-094), French Polynesia 1165
09/09-11/09 HP0INT/2: Isla Ogobsibu (NA-170) 1165
10/09-14/09 K4S: Sapelo Island (NA-058) 1165
10/09-16/09 T88TV: Palau 1165
10/09-16/09 YB0AI/9,YB3MM/9,YB8XM/9: Kimaam Isl (OC-275, new one) 1165
10/09-16/09 YB9WZJ/p and YC9XOZ/p: Kimaam Isl (OC-275, new one) 1165
10/09-16/09 YD9RQX/p and YF1AR/9: Kimaam Isl (OC-275, new one) 1165
11/09-13/09 HP0INT/2: Isla Grande (NA-202) 1165
12/09-23/09 YN2PX: Nicaragua 1165
13/09-15/09 HP0INT/9: Isla Iguana (NA-203) 1165
14/09-21/09 5Q7Y: Langeland Island (EU-172) 1163
15/09-19/09 T8GM: Koror (OC-009), Palau 1157
15/09-20/09 YE5R: Anambas Island (OC-108) 1165
16/09-18/09 HP0INT/4: Isla Colon (NA-088) 1165
18/09-28/09 3B8/G0TSM: Mauritius Island (AF-049) 1164
18/09-19/09 AJ7G/4: Cedar Keys (NA-076) 1165
18/09-25/09 FO/KH0PR: Reao Atoll (OC-238), French Polynesia 1165
20/09-26/09 3D2GC: Viti Levu (OC-016), Fiji 1157
20/09-24/09 A43MI: Masirah Island (AS-014) 1162
20/09-06/10 IB2PDT: special callsign 1153
27/09-11/10 3D2GC/p and 3D2DD/p: Rotuma (OC-060) 1157
September GW3KHZ/p: St Tudwal's Islands (EU-106) 1164
September HB0/DL4AAE and HB0/DL3TU: Liechtenstein 1165
September RV3EFH/0: Bolshevik Island (AS-042) 1139
September S5##EB: special callsigns 1163
September TU5DF: Cote d'Ivoire 1153
September V5/DF3GY, V5/DF2UU and V55V: Namibia 1163
September YJ0RK: Vanuatu 1165
01/10-11/10 CY0P: Sable Island (NA-063) 1155
01/10-16/10 H7H: Nicaragua 1165
02/10-05/10 9N2YY: Nepal 1165
03/10-17/10 TO2TT: Mayotte (AF-027) 1155
06/10-10/10 A52YY: Bhutan 1165
07/10-18/10 K9W: Wake Atoll (OC-053) 1165
09/10-13/10 E51YIV: Rarotonga (OC-013), South Cooks 1161
11/10-13/10 K5T: Timbalier Island (NA-119) 1165
12/10-15/10 3D2GC: Viti Levu (OC-016), Fiji 1157
12/10-24/10 TN2MS: Republic of the Congo 1159
13/10-17/10 E51YIV: Aitutaki (OC-083), South Cooks 1161
15/10-22/10 C82DX: Mozambique 1163
16/10-15/11 OQ4CLM: special event station 1159
16/10-21/10 VK5CE/4: Red Island (OC-255) 1157
17/10-30/10 IG9Y: Lampedusa Island (AF-019) 1149
17/10-29/10 SW8YY: Zakynthos Island (EU-052) 1165
18/10-21/10 7L4PVR/1, 7N1GMK/1, 7N4VPS/1: Hachijo Island (AS-043) 1155
18/10-21/10 JA1UNS/1 and JI1PLF/1: Hachijo Island (AS-043) 1155
19/10-28/10 BJ9TA and BY9GA/9: China 1164
20/10-28/10 YB9Y: Pulau Brassi (OC-276, new one) 1160
October RV3EFH/0: Bolshevik Island (AS-042) 1139
October TU5DF: Cote d'Ivoire 1153
October YJ0RK: Vanuatu 1165
01/11-10/11 HK0: San Andres Island (NA-033) 1155
05/11-18/11 T33A: Banaba Island (OC-018) 1153
08/11-20/11 XR0ZR: Juan Fernandez (SA-005) 1148
17/11-29/11 J88HL: St. Vincent (NA-109) 1163
18/11-27/11 3DA0ET: Swaziland 1161
19/11-29/11 S2: Bangladesh * by Mediterraneo DX Club 1156
21/11-29/11 J3: Grenada * by JAs 1164
31/12-23/02/2014 9M2MRS: Penang Island (AS-015) 1161
Jan-Feb 2014 FT5ZM: Amsterdam Island (AF-002) 1162




Direttore Responsabile
Gabriele Villa, I2VGW
Giornalista Professionista - Tessera n. 071675
Ordine Nazionale dei Giornalisti

DX News from the ARRL | Southgate Amateur Radio News

DX News from the ARRL | Southgate Amateur Radio News

Thursday, August 29, 2013

I.C.P.O. Bulletin (30 August - 06 September 2013)
"Islands, Castles & Portable Operations"
Listing is by calendar date (day/month/year)
30/08/2013: EA3EGB, Manel and EA3AKA, Gabriel plan to be active from Medas
Island (EU-078, DIE E-001, WLOTA 0793, Grid Loc. JN12), les Illes Medes Natural
Park (WWFF EAFF-190), between 30th August and 2nd September, 2013. QRV as
EF3EGB, look for them on 160-6 metre CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL via EA3EGB. [DX

30/08/2013: Look for Piero I1ASU/5, Gilberto IW5AB/p and Steve IZ5GST/p to be
active on 30th August 2013 from Torre di Gombo a Pisa (DCI PI-130, WCA I-12751),
Torre di Bocca di Serchio o Batteria Vecchia di Migliarino a Vecchiano (DCI
PI-131 WCA I-12575) located in Parco Naturale di Migliarino, San Rossore e
Massaciuccoli (WWFF IFF-0265). QRV on the HF bands starting about 06.00z. In the
afternoon they plan to activate the reference WFF IFF-0689. QSL via home calls,
direct or bureau. [IZ5GST]

30/08/2013: Bert, PD1SA, will be active as YB1/PD1SA from West Java (OC-021,
WLOTA 1660), Indonesia, between 30th August and 28th September, 2013. QRV mostly
on 20 metre SSB, but he may also be on 80 and 40 metres. Bert will use a Yaesu
FT-857 into a fine wire antenna. QSL via home call. [OPDX Bulletin]

30/08/2013: Adhi, YB3MM, plan to be active as YB3MM/p from Kangean Island
(OC-217) until 31st August, 2013. Operations may be postponed or cancelled
depending on the weather. Activity will be on 20 and 15 metres using a Kenwood
TS-450 into monobander beams. QSL via IZ8CCW, direct or PayPal. For updates,
watch his website at: [DX World]

30/08/2013: Look for Kadek YB9BU, Din YB8RW and Teddy YC8TM to be active as
YB8S from Gangga Island (OC-236), North Sulawesi, Indonesia, between 30th August
and 1st September, 2013. QRV on 40-10m SSB and CW, propagation allowing. QSL
only direct to YB9BU (Kadek Kariana SP, P.O. BOX 106, Singaraja - Bali Island
81100, Indonesia) with SAE + new type IRC; No green stamps; Paypal transfer to
yb3mm[@] (most save !); No bureau. No e-QSL. Website:

31/08/2013: Malaysian Special Expedition Team, 9M2SE, will be active from Pulau
Indah (IOTA AS-074) in celebration of Malaysia's 56th independence day. On air
from 31st August 2013 0000 UTC to 1st September 2013 0900 UTC, the team are
looking for DX stations to share their anniversary?s fun. QRV on 40-10m CW and
SSB. Operating equipment will be 100 watt transceivers, vertical and a
tri-bander yagi. QSL via 9W2RUT, direct or bureau. Log will be uploaded to LoTW.
Website: [DX World]

31/08/2013: Rick, AI5P, plans activity from Central America throughout
September. Itinerary as follows: HP1/AI5P from Panama between 31 August and 6
September. YS1/AI5P from El Salvador, 6-12 September. YN2PX from Grenada,
Nicaragua, between 12-23 September, 2013. QRV on the HF bands, mainly CW. QSL
via home call. [DX World]

31/08/2013: Look for Marcel, PD5MVH, to be active on the HF bands as PD5MVH/p
from Schiermonnikoog Island (EU-038, WLOTA 2175) between 31st August and 14th
September, 2013. He will also activate the Schiermonnikoog National Park (WWFF
PAFF-017). QSL via home call, bureau or direct (M v Helden, Dedemsvaartweg 1084,
2545 BG The Hague, Netherlands). Please NO e-QSL and NO LoTW - Marcel prefers
paper QSLs. [PD5MVH]

31/08/2013: Team SP9KAO will be active on 31st August 2013 from WWFF New One!
Plans are to activate the Nature Reserve Panienska Gora (WWFF SPFF-753) from
07:00 UTC till 15:00 UTC. Activity will be on 80 and 40 metre CW and SSB. QSL
via SP9KAO, direct (Radiowy Klub Lacznosci przy LOK, ul. Krzyska 17, Tarnow
33-100, POLAND) or via the SP bureau NR 28 ONLY. Log will be uploaded to SPFF
Log Search ( [SP4EOO]

31/08/2013: Adhi, YB3MM, will be active as YB3MM/p from Bawean Island (OC-197,
WLOTA 0269) on 31st August and 1st September, 2013. Operations may be postponed
or cancelled depending on the weather. Activity will be on 20 and 15 metres
using a Kenwood TS-450 into monobander beams. QSL via IZ8CCW, direct or PayPal.
For updates, watch his Web Blog page at: [OPDX Bulletin]

02/09/2013: After the success of the J52EME DXpedition by the Verona DX Team,
the team is pleased to announce the activation Rodriguez Island (AF-017, WLOTA
4265, WWFF 3BFF-004, WW Loc. MH10QH), for EME activity on 144 and 432 MHz as
well as HF operations from 2nd - 13th September, 2013. The team is currently
awaiting approval of the callsign 3B9EME. Operators include Walter I3VJW, Luc
I3LDP, Rony IZ3KIF and Alessandro IK5MIC. They will have 2 stations on at the
same time on the HF bands, with an emphasis on 160-12 metre CW, SSB, RTTY,
JT65hf and PSK31. QSL via direct or via OQRS. Further information and updates on
their website at: [DX World]

02/09/2013: Orazio, IT9DBF, will be active as 9H3BF from the island of Malta
(EU-023, MIA MM-001, WLOTA 1113) from 2-6 September, 2013. QRV on 20 metres
using a Yaesu FT-897D powered by a solar panel and battery. QSL via IT9DBF
direct or eQSL via his main callsign. [OPDX Bulletin]

02/09/2013: Sebastian, IK2WZM, will be active as TK9ZM from the island of
Corsica (EU-014, DIFM TK-001, MIA MCO-001, WLOTA 1390) from 2-8 September, 2013.
Activity will be holiday style on the HF bands. QSL via his home callsign. For
more details and updates, watch: [OPDX Bulletin]

03/09/2013: Yoshi, JJ8DEN, plans activity as FO/KH0PR from the following French
Polynesian islands: Ahe Atoll (DIFO FO-028, WLOTA 0379), King George Islands
(OC-131) from 3-8th September. Napuka Atoll (DIFO FO-063), Disappointment
Islands (OC-094) from 9-16th September. Reao Atoll (DIFO FO-077), Pukarua and
Reao Atolls (OC-238) from 18-25th September, 2013. All three islands are located
in the Tuamotu Archipelago. Activity will be on 80-10 metre CW and Digital
modes. QSL via JJ8DEN, direct or bureau. [DX World]

03/09/2013: Guy, VA2WT/p, will attempt a second activation of La Mauricie
National Park (WWFF VEFF-047), Province of Quebec, on 3rd or 4th September, 2013
(weather dependent). He will run 100 watts, CW and SSB, to mobile vertical
antenna. Frequencies - CW: 10.124, 14.044, 18.094, 21.044 MHz and 50.110 MHz +/-
QRM if the band opens. Some SSB: 14.244 and 21.244 MHz (+/-). Guy will be
located at the highest point between Lake Brodeur and Lake Wapizagonke (WW Loc.
FN36LP). QSL via home call, direct or bureau. Log will be uploaded to WWFF
logsearch. [VA2WT]

04/09/2013: Hiroo, JA2VWG and Seihachi, JA7LU will be active from Pohnpei
Island (OC-010) as V63DDD and V63LU between 4-16 September, 2013. QRV on 40-6m;
SSB and RTTY. QSL only direct to homecalls, (SASE + 1IRC or 3USD from overseas.
No Buro is available). [DX World]

05/09/2013: Arnold, WB6OJB and Frosty, K5LBU will be active from Botswana as
A25JK and A25CF, respectively, from 5-12th September, 2013. A25JK will be doing
SSB on 20, 17, 15, 12, 10m; might do some 40 and 75m. K5LBU will be doing some
PSK on what ever bands might be open and A25JK is not on. They will have 2
stations set up and running, with A25JK being the main station. QSL via home
calls. [DX Coffee]

05/09/2013: Operators Christian EA3NT, Raul EA5KA, Vincent F4BKV and Col
MM0NDX, from the Invoker Team, will be active from six Panamanian island groups
as HP0INT between 5-19th September, 2013. The team plan to be QRV from the
following IOTA: HP0INT/1 from Isla Naos (NA-072) on 5th and 8th (evening only)
September. HP0INT/3 from Isla Boca Brava (NA-071) between 6-8th September.
HP0INT/2 from Isla Ogobsibu [San Blas] (NA-170) between 9-11th September.
HP0INT/2 from Isla Grande (NA-202, WLOTA 2121) between 11-13th September.
HP0INT/9 from Isla Iguana (NA-203, WLOTA 0323) between 13-15th September.
HP0INT/4 from Isla Colon [Bocas del Toro] (NA-088) between 16-18th September.
Please be careful with HP0INT/2 as it will be used from two different IOTA
groups. Listen carefully to the operator to know the exact location/IOTA. Plans
are to be QRV on 40 to 10 metre CW and SSB. QSL Info: Direct via F4BKV (OQRS
prefered); Bureau via F5CWU (OQRS prefered). Further information and updates on
their website at: [DX World]

05/09/2013: Steve, 9M6DXX, and James, 9V1YC, will operate from Vientiane, Laos,
as XW8XZ and XW1YC from 5 to 10 September inclusive, using two stations. XW8XZ
activity will be on SSB and XW1YC mainly CW with some SSB. QSL XW8XZ via M0URX
and XW1YC via W5UE. [Pete's-DX-Newsdesk]

06/09/2013: Derek, G3KHZ and Steve, G4EDG operated from St Tudwal's West Island
(EU-106, WLOTA:0141) back in May 2006. Since then the owner of this private
island has not allowed anyone to visit. "We are pleased to announce that the two
of us have been given special permission to make a repeat trip", Derek says.
"Dates are not finalised yet but we will probably be QRV for 3 or 4 days
commencing around 6th September, 2013". Expect GW3KHZ/p to be a CW only
operation. QSL via G3KHZ. [425 DX News]

06/09/2013: Gerben, PG5M, will be active from the Palau Islands (IOTA OC-009)
as T8GM from 6-7th September and again from 15-19th September, 2013. QRV on
80-10 meter CW only. QSL via PG5M (G.A.Menting, Leemdobbe 19, 9472 ZR Zuidlaren,
The Netherlands) and LoTW. Gerben reports "As it becomes more problematic to
exchange IRC's, I prefer green stamps for return postage". [DX World]

06/09/2013: A multi-national multi-operator DXpedition to Vientiane, Laos, is
being planned for 6-16 September 2013. Team members Steve 9M6DXX, James 9V1YC,
George EA2TA, Christian EA3NT, Raul EA5KA, Vincent F4BKV, Don G3XTT and Col
MM0NDX plan to operate five stations from 160m to 6m on CW, SSB and RTTY. A
website is being produced and will be available soon. The callsign and further
details will be announced later. [425 DX News]


07/09/2013: Makoto, JI5RPT, will be active on the 7th and 8th September 2013 as
JI5RPT/6 from the Kamikoshiki Islands (AS-037, Grid Loc. PM41), which are the
consolidated islands of Kami-Koshiki-jima and Shimo-Koshiki-jima (WLOTA 1110),
Shikijima-gun, Kagoshima Prefecture, Satsuma Province, Japan. QRV on 40-6 metre
CW and Digital modes. QSL via home call, bureau or direct. [DX World]

10/09/2013: Madison, W5MJ, will be "on another sole DX adventure" to Palau
(OC-009) as T88TV between 10-16 September, 2013. CW only on all bands with
emphasis on 80 and 160 metres. Using inverted L, 500 watts and a tuner. QSL via
W5MJ. [NG3K]

12/09/2013: Page, WA3EOP, will be active on 12th September as homecall/p from
Delmarva Island (USi DE-015S), Delaware. Look for activity on the usual IOTA and
island frequencies. QSL via home call, direct or bureau. [USi]

21/09/2013: Anthony, WP4I, will attempt to qualify, for the US Islands Award
Program, the following islands on 21st September: Cayo de Tierra (USi PR048),
off the south coast of Vieques Island and Cayo Afuera [aka Cayo Real] (USi
PR-047). He plans to be QRV using the recommended frecuencies on 20-10 metres,
running on batteries for a maximun of 100 watts. QSL Direct ( [USi]

28/09/2013: Operators Steve G0MTD, Paul M1PAF, Norman G7MRL, Glyn M0XUH, Mark
M0WCR, Brendan EI6IZ, Ian G0VGS and Mike M0PRL will be active as EJ0M from
Aranmore - Aran Island (EU-121, WLOTA 1189), Ireland, between 28 September and 4
October, 2013. There will be 5 stations using K3s with amps on all the available
frequencies. This is a joint venture English and Irish with 10 operators CW and
SSB. QSL direct or bureau to G0MTD. [F5OGG]

12/10/2013: Alessandro, IZ4AMS, will once again visit the island of Tinetto
(EU-083, IIA SP-003, MIA MI-113), Liguria, on 12th October, 2013. Activity will
be QRP 20m SSB Operation 5W from MFJ9420 into a Full Size DeltaLoop. QSL via
IZ4AMS, direct (Alessandro Gromme, Via G.M. Savani 20, Modena 41125, ITALY -
with $3 and SAE for NA) or bureau. OQRS active on IZ4AMS page.

17/10/2013: A German team of eight ops (Hansi DL1AOB, Dieter DL1AWD, Ralf
DL3JJ, Dan DL5SE, Felix DL6JF, Lu DL8ALU, Eddy DM5JBN and Rich DK8YY, will be
active from Zakynthos Island (EU-052, GIOTA INS-015, MIA MG-138, WLOTA 0209) as
SW8YY from 17-29th October, 2013. The group will be active in the Worked all
Germany Contest (19-20 October) and the CQWW SSB Contest (October 26-27th). QRV
on 160-10 metre CW, SSB and Digital modes. QSL Manager is Ulli DH7WW. QSL via
DARC bureau, LoTW and direct. Clublog and OQRS are confirmed. Further
information and updates on their website at: [DX World]

01/11/2013: A team consisting Mario CX4CR, Humberto CX3AN, Gustavo CX2AM,
Gustavo CX3CE, Francisco EA7FTR and Eugene EA5HPX will be operating from Hanga
Roa, Easter Island (SA-001, DICE ICE-001, WLOTA 0319, WWFF CEFF-027) between
1-7th November, 2013. They will run 3 stations simultaneously - 160-6 metre CW,
SSB and Digital modes. QSL Manager is EB7DX. A website will be running shortly
at: [DX World]

01/11/2013: A team of four JA ops, including Tug JA2ZS, will be active from the
Iririki Island Resort, located in Mele Bay, Port Villa, Vanuatu (OC-035, WW Loc.
RH42DG), as YJ0ZS between November 1-11, 2013. QRV on 160-6m; CW, SSB and RTTY.
QSL via JA2ZS, direct or bureau. [DX World]

27/11/2013: Tim, NL8F reports that he plans to be active from Kiritimati Island
(OC-024), East Kiribati, between 27th November and 11th December, 2013. During
the first week he will be QRV as T32TM. Second week it's possible he will join a
group of 4 or 5 ops who may sign T32RRC (more on this at later date). QSL via
K8NA. [DX World]

07/12/2013: Look for Alan VK4WR as E6RQ and Graeme VK4FI as E6SG to be active
from the Coral Gardens Motel, Alofi, Niue Island (OC-040, WLOTA 2139 WW Loc.
AH50AX) between 7-17th December, 2013. QRV holiday style on the HF bands. QSL
both calls via VK4FI, direct (SAE + $2 US POSTAGE). [DX World]

07/12/2013: Manuel XE2HUQ, Saul XE2HQI, Craig XE2HWJ and Felix XE2I plan to be
active from Partida Island (NA-124), La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, as
XF1P between 7-14th December, 2013. Full details to follow.. [DX News]


01/09/2013: The Radio Club Blagovestnik (LZ1KCP) is going to remember Saint
Kiprian during the entire month of September with the special callsign LZ1406SK.
This callsign is valid for the All Bulgarian Saints Award 2013
( and is also worth 10 points towards the St.
Teodosii Tyrnovski Award. QSL via LZ1KCP, direct or bureau. [LZ1KCP]

01/09/2013: I.S.W.L. CLUB CALLSIGNS -
The ISWL Club Callsigns in use throughout the month of September 2013 are:
GX4BJC /A - Operated from Ivybridge, in Devon, by Peter - G4VFG. (ISWL Honorary
Secretary) (WAB Square = SX65 - England, IOTA = EU-005 and WLOTA = LH-1841).
MX1SWL /A - Operated from Hove, in Sussex, by George - G3VBE. (WAB Square TQ20 -
England, IOTA = EU-005 and WLOTA = LH-1841).
ALL QSL's will be handled by Herbie G6XOU and NOT the individual Operator.
The I.S.W.L. is a member of the European PSK Club.
All QSL Info is on or or via NO LOTW.
I.S.W.L. Awards are available to all Hams and SWL's - see for
full details. cards ARE welcomed for our awards.
Very best wishes to all,
Pete Rayer, ISWL Life Vice President, Bournemouth, UK.

01/09/2013: For the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship Round 5 and JAF
Japanese Rally Championship Round 7 "Rally Hokkaido" special event station
8J8RALLY will be active on all bands and modes from 1-29 September, 2013. QSL
via the Bureau. [JJ1WTL/AC6IM]

01/09/2013: For "Clean Reception Environment Month" special event station 8N0C
(Nagano prefecture) Shin'etsu region, island of Honshu (IOTA AS-007, WLOTA 2376)
will be active on all bands and modes between 1st September and 31st October,
2013. QSL via the JARL bureau. [JJ1WTL/AC6IM]

U.S.A. Special Events can be found at:


30/08-02/09 EF3EGB: Islas Medas WLOTA:0793 QSL EA3EGB (d/B)
30/08-28/09 YB1/PD1SA: Java WLOTA:1660 QSL H/c (d/B)
31/08-14/09 PD5MVH/P: Schiermonnikoog Island WLOTA:2175 QSL H/c (d/B)
31/08-01/09 YB3MM/P: Pulau Bawean WLOTA:0269 QSL IZ8CCW (d)
01/09-29/09 8J8RALLY: Hokkaido (main island) WLOTA:2967 QSL Buro
01/09-31/10 8N0C: Honshu WLOTA:2376 QSL JARL Buro
01/09-30/09 GX4BJC /A: England (main island) WLOTA:1841 QSL
01/09-30/09 MX1SWL /A: England (main island) WLOTA:1841 QSL
02/09-13/09 3B9EME: Rodriguez Island WLOTA:4265 QSL OQRS
02/09-06/09 9H3BF: Malta Island WLOTA:1113 QSL IT9DBF (d/eQSL)
02/09-08/09 TK9ZM: Corsica Island WLOTA:1390 QSL IK2WZM (d/B)
03/09-08/09 FO/KH0PR: Ahe Atoll WLOTA:0379 QSL JJ8DEN (d/B)
06/09-09/09 GW3KHZ/P: St Tudwal's - West Island WLOTA:0141 QSL G3KHZ (d)


31/08-01/09 Colorado QSO Party 6m-70cm classes 31 1200z-01 0400z
01/09-02/09 Tennessee QSO Party 6m-70cm classes 01 1800z-02 0300z
02/09-13/09 3B9EME: Rodriguez Island AF-017 Grid:MH10 2m/70cm EME QSL OQRS
02/09 OK1WC Memorial (MWC) Activity 2m Phone/CW 1600z-1659z
03/09 LY 144MHz Activity Contest CW/SSB/FM 1700z-2059z
03/09 NRAU 144MHz Activity Contest SO/MO/Open 1700z-2100z
03/09 RSGB 144MHz UKAC SO Fixed/Open 1900z-2130z
04/09 MOON Contest 144MHz CW/Digital/FM/SSB 1800z-2000z

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The following operation is approved for DXCC credit:
TX5K - Clipperton Island
2013 Operation
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please note the submission date and/or reference number where the rejection was
noted to help expedite the search for any rejected QSOs.
73 es DX!
Bill Moore NC1L
Awards Branch Manager

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QSLs via Direct: 4O/UA3RF/P [EU-163] (H/c), 6O3A (E77E) and J28AA (E77E).

QSLs via LoTW: ZK3N.

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Pekka, OH2YY, plans to be active from Nepal as 9N2YY (applied for callsign) from
2-5 October, 2013. QRV during his evening hours on 20-10 metre SSB. QSL goes via
OH2YY, bureau or direct and LoTW. [NG3K]

Pekka, OH2YY, will be active from the Kingdom of Bhutan as A52YY between 6-9
October, 2013. Activity likely to be during evenings on SSB (10-20m). QSL via
home call, direct or bureau and LoTW. [DX World]

YE5T - Tambeland OC-122, YE5R - Anambas Island OC-108 and YE5S - Natuna Selatan
OC-109 ... Postponed until late September or early October, 2013, provided that
the weather is not prohibitive AND there is transportation available. See

73 and Good DX!
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Chinese Big DX Party

425 DX NEWS reports that CAMSAT (AMSAT China) will hold 'a big DX party' from the outskirts of the city of Dunhuang in northwestern
China (Zone 23, WW Loc. NM79aw) between October 19-28th.

Alan, BA1DU, and a very large group of operators coming from all over the country will be active with four well equipped stations: one for 2 and 6 meters, one for 70 centimeters and two for 160-10 meters.

Meteor Scatter and EME activity will be emphasized (this will include participation in the ARRL EME Contest), as well activity on the low bands.

Special callsign BJ9TA will be used for operating above 50 MHz and on the low bands, while BY9GA/9 will be used for the other bands and for participation in the CQ WW SSB Contest.


DXNL 1847 - August 28, 2013
DX Newsletter

a free and weekly service of
DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting"

Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB

translation by: Oliver Bock, DJ9AO

9A, Croatia:
Jan, PA4JJ, will operate holiday-style from as 9A/PA4JJ from Porec
until the 4th of September. QSL via h/c (OQRS).

9N, Nepal:
Satish, 9N1AA, has been worked recently on 20 and 15m. QSL via

A9, Bahrain:
David, A92IO, often hangs out on 30m between 0130z and 0300z. He is
also QRV on 80-4m (including 60m). For QSL info see

CN, Morocco:
5C0CE, announced in DXNL #1845, was cancelled by the president of
the Association Royale des Radio-Amateurs du Maroc (ARRAM) without
giving reasons only 16 hours prior to the start of the operation.

D4, Cape Verde:
Barry, M0DGQ, will be active as D44TXP from the 27th of August till
the 11th of September from Sal Island (AF-086). QRV on 40 and 20m
in CW. QSL via M0URX, OQRS.

JA, Japan:
The special event station 8N0C will operate in the context of the
"Clean Reception Environment Month" during September and October on
all bands and modes (QTH on Honshu, AS-007, WLOTA LH-2376). QSL via

8J8Rally operates around the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship
Round 5 and the JAF Japanese Rally Championship Round 7 during the
whole September. QSL via bureau.

JY, Jordan:
Jovica, E78A (ex 6W1SJ, 9K2/T94FC, ST0RM, ST2A, T94FC, T98A,
TT8JT), has been on a work assignment for the UNHCR in Jordan for
the past two years. Just last week he received a license and now
operates as JY9FC from Amman. He will stay in the country at least
until the end of the year, but an extension until the end of 2014
or even longer is possible. Jovica will operate during his free
time, mainly in CW with some SSB and digital modes. QSL via E73Y,
OQRS via ClubLog.

LY, Lithuania:
LY777A celebrates 777 years of Siauliai, a city with a university
and see of a catholic bishop. QRV until September 30, QSL via LY5A.

LZ, Bulgaria:
LZ1406SK commemorates the orthodox St Cyprian during September. QSL
via LZ1KCP.

S2, Bangladesh:
Rana, S21R, will be active from Dhaka until mid-September. QSL via

S5, Slovenia:
Slovenia is hosting the 38th European Basketball Championship
(EuroBasket 2013). A number of special event calls will get on the
air from the following places hosting tournament matches:

Radio Club Ljubljana: S500EB, S513EB

Radio Club Celje: S521EB, S522EB
Radio Club Cirkulane: S523EB
Club S5QRP: S531EB
Radio Club Etra-Sentjur: S533EB
Radio Club Franjo Malgaj, Ravne na Koroskem: S539EB

Radio Club Zgornji Tuhinj: S563EB

Radio Club Koper: S544EB, S541EB, S542EB
Radio Club Ajdovscina: S543EB
Radio Club Cerkno: S546EB

SP, Poland:
HF330VW and SN330VW will operate until September 22 and commemorate
the victory of the Polish king Jan Sobieski against the Turkish
army near Vienna in 1683. QSL HF330VW via SP9PRR (bureau), SQ9NOS
(direct); QSL SN330VW via SP9KJU, eQSL.

SN0ROZ will operate until the 1st of September during the
Bieszczadian Encounters with Art, an art festival in Cisna. The
operators SP2GCE and SQ2KTN are QRV on HF in SSB and CW.

Central American Tour:
Rick, AI5P, plans to visit the following countries on a tour of
Central America.

August 31 - Sept. 06 Panama HP1/AI5P
Sept. 06 - Sept. 12 El Salvador YS1/AI5P
Sept. 12 - Sept. 23 Nicaragua YN2PX

QRV holiday-style mainly in CW. QSLs via h/c.

ClubLog Survey:
On the following website ClubLog designer G7VJR presents the
results of a survey among its users regarding the online QSL
request feature:

Looking for Ops:
Fred, IK7JWX, and Antonio, IK8VRH, are looking for Ops to join a
major IOTA Dxpedition in April 2014 either to a destination in
Tanzania or Kenia. Possible locations are AF-032, AF-063, AF-054,
or AF-040. Please contact Fred ik7jwx2003[at] if you
interested in joining them.

D2CT has been approved for award credit.

Abbreviations in this week's DXNL:
ARLHS Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society
DFCF Diplome des Forts et Chateaux de France
DIE Diploma Islas De Espana
DIFM Diplome des Iles de la France Metropolitaine
FEA Faros de Espana
GIOTA Greek Islands On The Air
MIA Mediterranean Sea Island Award
UNHCR United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
WAIL Worked All Italian Lighthouses
WCA World Castles Award
WLOL ARLHS World List of Lights
WLOTA World Lighthouse On The Air Award

Upcoming Contests
31.08. CWops CW Open Competition (1 - 3)
02.09. QCWA-QSO-Party

IOTA Compiled by Klaus, DL7UXG (E-Mail:

AF-017; 3B9; Rodriguez Island: The Verona DX Team wants to activate
3B9EME between the 2nd and 13th of September from Rodriguez (WLOTA
4265, WWFF 3BFF-004, WW Loc. MH10). Their main objective is EME on
144 and 432 MHz. Ops Walter/I3VJW, Luc/I3LDP, Rony/IZ3KIF, and
Alessandro/IK5MIC want to set up two stations and thus also work on
HF, mainly on the WARC bands. QSL via I3LDP (d) and OQRS. Skeds can
be arranged via veronadxteam (at)

AS-074; 9M2; Selangor/ Negeri Sembilan State group: Operators
9M2PJU, 9M2RHQ, Weerut/9W2RUT, Hamid/9M2TPT, 9W2JDY, Zamri/9W2NMX,
and Azam/9W2WWW want to team up and operate as 9M2SE from Pulau
Indah Island celebrating the 56th day of independence. QSL only
direct via 9W2RUT, or LoTW.

EU-014; TK; Corsica Island: Sebastian/IK2WZM wants to put Corsica
(DIFM TK-001, MIA MCO-001, WLOTA 139) on the HF bands holiday-style
as TK9ZM between September 2 and 8. QSL via h/c (d/B).

EU-023; 9H; Malta group: Orazio/IT9DBF will get on the air as 9H3BF
from Malta (MIA MM-001, WLOTA 1113) September 2 - 6. QRV on 20m
with a sun-powered FT-897D. QSL via h/c (d/B).

EU-038; PA; Noord Holland/ Friesland/ Groningen Province group:
Marcel/PD5MVH is going to spend his holidays on Schiermonnikoog
Island (PAFF-017; WLOTA 2175) and operate /p from there between
August 31 and September 14. QRV mainly on 40, 20, and 10m. QSL via
h/c (d/B).

EU-049; SV; North Aegean Islands: Fred/PA1FJ will put Chios Island
(GIOTA NAS-002, MIA MG-025, WLOTA 4103) on the air as SV8/PA1FJ/p
from August 26 till September 9. QRV with low power in SSB, CW, and
PSK. QSL via h/c (d/B).

EU-078; EA3; Gerona Province group: Gabriel/EA3AKA and Manel/EA3EGB
will activate Medas Island (EAFF-189, DIE E-061, FEA E-0472, ARLHS
SPA-161, WLOL SPA-161, WLOTA 0793) as EF3EGB from August 30 until
September 2. QRV with two stations on 160-6m in SSB, CW, and RTTY.
QSL direct only via EA3EGB, bureau QSLs not before 2014.

OC-021; YB0-3; Java Island: Bert/PD1SA is paying a visit to West
Java (WLOTA 1660) from the 30th of August until the 28th of
September and wants to operate as YB1/PD1SA. QRV mostly on 20m in
SSB with some 80m and 40m. QSL via h/c (d/B).

OC-066; FO; Tuamotu Archipelago: Jean Marc/F5LCI will be active as
FO/F5LCI from Hao until November 8. QRV with a QRP-station on
40-10m in CW and JT65-JT9. QSL direct via F5LCI.

OC-122; YB5; Tambelan Islands: A group consisting of John/YB5NOF,
Anton/YB5QZ, Joni/YB9WZJ, Johana/YB8NLF, Jimmy/YB8OUF, and
Willy/YE5WM will visit Tambelan Island from August 28 till
September 1 and operate as YE5T on all bands and modes. QSL via
W2FB (d/B).

OC-236; YB8; Celebes's Coastal Islands: The previously announced
activation of Gangga Island (see DXNL #1846) will take place from
August 30 till September 2. Operators Kadak/YB9BU, Din/YB8RW, and
Teddy/YC8TM will sign their homecalls/p on 40-10m in SSB and CW.
QSL direct via YB9BU.

SA-004; HC8; Galapagos Islands: Geoff/G8OFQ went on the air on
August 20 as HC8/G8OFQ. He remains on the island for 5 weeks and
plans to operate on 40-10m between 22z and 06z and during the
weekends. QSL via h/c (d/B).

IOTA 50th Anniversary Convention 2014
Roger/G3KMA reminds the community of his plans to hold the
anniversary convention next year, July 4 - 6 at Beaumont House, Old
Windsor. Those who are interested in visiting should contact Roger
(g3kma [at] to give him an idea of the number of
prospective participants. For further info see:

EH5DCI - Del Ciervo Island
Juan/EA5IDG, Francisco/EA5IDL, Antonio/EB5GC, Jos/EB5JZZ,
Pablo/EA5IAE, and Luis/EA2LMI will use the call EH5DCI to activate
the island Del Ciervo (DIE E-197) for the Spanish Island award. QSL
via EB5GC (d/B).

Members of the Calabria DX Team want to activate the LH of Scilla
(ARLHS ITA-050, WAIL CL-006) on August 31 with the call II8LH. QSL
via bureau to HB9FHZ, direct via IK8YFU, LotW, eQSL.

WWFF activations

Holloko Biosphere Reserve Area HA-FF 021
HA21WFF operates from this area until the end of the year with the
operators A5OV, HA6NL, HA6PS, OM7PY, HA7PL, YU7CM, YT5Z, YT7DQ,
YU7KC und HA6PJ. QSL via HA6PJ and eQSL.

Archipelago Chinijo - EAFF-062
Ivan/EA8YG will be visiting this area on the Isla de la Graciosa
(AF-004) between September 1 and 15. QRV as EE8YG on 160-6m in SSB.
QSL via EA8YG.

OZ-Tour by Paolo/I2AE
During July and August Paolo/I2AE travelled through Denmark and
activated numerous lighthouses, islands, and more than 40 OZFF
areas. Jakob/OZ7AEI personally delivered the first OZFF-40 award to

Chateau le Manor de La Croix Sainte Marthe
Fabien/F4GYM and Denis/F4GTT will activate the Chateau le Manor de
La Croix Sainte Marthe (WCA F-06046, DFCF 77-188) on the 28th
signing their homecalls/p. QRV on 20 and 40m in SSB.
QSL via h/c (d/B).

start - end DX DXNL
02.09.13 - 13.09.13 3B9EME 1847*
- 14 3W3B 1815
- 30.09.13 3Z3P 1841
23.08.13 - 31.08.13 3Z45MFFZG 1846
- 31.12.13 4A1SG 1842
- 31.12.13 4A1TD 1826
- 31.12.13 4A2I 1820
- 31.12.13 4J20RO.. 1830
unknown 5A1AL 1843
19.08.13 - 10.09.13 5C0CE 1845/47*
- 13.07.14 5Z4/EA4ATI 1840
- 14 5Z4/LA4GHA 1810/1827
- 31.12.13 5Z4EE 1803/1807
- 14 6O0LA 1810/1827
- 31.12.13 7P8CC 1807/1820
- 05.14 8J110SIT 1838
24.08.13 - 31.12.13 8J120TAM 1846
06.13 - 03.14 8J170ICK 1836
- 08.13 8J1AKIBA 1841
- 31.03.14 8J1IC 1827
28.07.13 - 31.03.14 8N1FUJI 1842
- 30.08.13 8N5JAZZ 1843
24.08.13 - 30.10.13 8J1FARC 1846
01.06.13 - 31.03.14 8J1MTD 1834
06.04.13 - 14.10.13 8J1TK 1827
- 30.11.13 8J2I 1831
- 31.10.13 8J2KSG7X 1831
06.08.13 - 04.11.13 8J4HAM 1844
- 30.09.13 8J4M13OO 1827
- 28.02.14 8J6KKC 1825
- 31.03.14 8J7JUMP 1827
01.09.13 - 29.09.13 8J8RALLY 1847*
- 03.09.13 8J9OWR 1841
- 10.13 8N0C 1847*
08.13 - 10.13 8N0CKM 1843
06.04.13 - 31.08.13 8N1A 1826
- 31.03.14 8N2MDR 1813
01.07.13 - 31.10.13 8N5CLEAN 1838
01.06.13 - 30.11.13 8N6MMTTY 1836
01.07.13 - 20.10.13 8N9ARDF 1838
13.08.13 - 26.08.13 9A/IZ3GNG 1845
26.08.13 - 04.09.13 9A/PA4JJ 1847*
- 12.13 9A28EU.. 1839
- 11.14 9G5AC 1843
02.09.13 - 06.09.13 9H3BF 1847*
- 28.08.13 9H3EH 1842
28.06.13 - 9H3RJ 1838
31.08.13 - 01.09.13 9M2SE 1847*
- 03.09.13 9M8DX/2 1846
- 10.13 9V1RM 1751
- 03.14 9X0ZM 1824
- 09.13 A52SV 1752
- 12.13 A71/G0MGX 1834
- 12.13 A92IO 1838/47*
unknown ATBSG13 1844
27.06.13 - 15.12.13 C91GBA 1838
- 31.12.13 C91IW 1787
08.07.13 - CE0X/WU2D.. 1839
Resident CE0YHO 1842
- 01.14 CE0ZOL 1845
- 08.13 CN2ZA.. 1817
- 31.12.13 CS250CLE 1826
27.08.13 - 11.09.13 D44TXP 1847*
- 12.14 DA0EIM 1815
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 DB100AWPB 1814
- 31.12.13 DK75FOC 1846
18.08.13 - 31.08.13 DL/PE1FJN/p 1845
25.08.13 - 08.09.13 DL0TDN 1846
- 31.12.13 DL100OUI 1821
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 DL50FRANCE 1813
- 08.14 DL600WW 1846
- 31.12.13 DL60BADEN 1823
- 28.02.14 DL75KUE 1827
01.08.13 - 31.10.13 DM1813LEI 1844
- 31.12.13 DM750PZL 1825
- 31.12.13 DP50IPAHB 1826
01.05.13 - 31.03.14 DR0PALAEON 1830
- 31.12.13 DR10EDBG 1823
- 31.12.13 DR13IGS 1825
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 DR175EDS 1816
- 31.12.13 DR20CFT 1820
- 31.12.13 DR90VOX 1813
- 12.13 DS4DRE/5 1832
01.06.13 - 31.12.13 DT60US 1835
18.08.13 - E44PM 1846*
- 31.12.13 E720SRRS 1832
09.08.13 - 31.08.13 EA8/G7COD 1844
01.09.13 - 15.09.13 EE8YG 1847*
30.08.13 - 02.09.13 EF3EGB 1847*
24.08.13 - 15.09.13 EG5VCE 1846
24./25.8. + 31.8./1.9. EH200D 1846
31.08.13 EH5DCI 1847*
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 EI13CLAN 1813
- 20.10.13 EM110U 1838
- 01.10.13 EM70LI.. 1819
- 31.12.13 EM7UT 1821
- 01.09.13 EN1025UB 1840
- 31.12.13 EO0UD 1821
28.08.13 F4GTT/p 1847*
28.08.13 F4GYM/p 1847*
- 08.11.13 FO/F5LCI 1847*
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 G100C.. 1817/1821
2013 G100RSGB.. 1811/12
29./30.6 + 14./15.9. GB0POS 1838
- 31.01.14 GB1OOL 1844
- 31.12.13 GB2RAF.. 1826
- 31.12.13 GB4RS 1840
2013 (WE) GM100C 1820
- late 13 H44RK 1793
- 31.12.13 HA1973BA 1831
- 31.12.13 HA110RAEM 1817
- 31.12.13 HA150GG 1839
22.08.13 - 31.12.13 HA21WFF 1847*
- 31.12.13 HA30S 1819
unknown HA75KBF 1846
- 31.12.13 HB10BE 1831
06.13 - 09.13 HB13ESAF 1838
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 HB30OK 1811/1825
- 01.14 HC/IZ1DPS 1840
20.08.13 - 09.13 HC8/G8OFQ 1847*
10.08.13 - 12.09.13 HC2IOH 1844
- 30.09.13 HF19BSC 1840
19.08.13 - 22.09.13 HF330VW.. 1847*
- 12.13 HF450NS 1841
- 31.03.14 HG50NOHAB 1828
- 09.13 HI3/KL7JR 1745
- 17 HL2/F4AAR 1837
- 02.09.13 HL3/SQ9KWW 1845
31.08.13 - 06.09.13 HP1/AI5P 1847*
- 01.14 HR2/NP3J.. 1820
20.09.13 - 06.10.13 IB2PDT 1837
- 30.08.13 II0GM 1840
26.06.13 - 31.12.13 II0GMC 1838
- 13.09.13 II3VR 1837
03.08.13 II8LH 1847*
- 08.14 J28NC 1796
- 07.13 J28UC 1734
15.06.13 - JG8NQJ/JD1 1836
16.06.13 - 15.12.13 JW9JKA 1836
20.08.13 - 31.12.13 JY9FC 1847*
- 31.12.13 KG4AJ 1756
03.08.13 - 23.08.13 KH6/F4GHS 1843
16.08.13 - 30.09.13 LY777A 1847*
- 30.08.13 LZ1105PIO 1843
- 31.12.13 LZ125VZ 1832
- 09.13 LZ1406SK 1847*
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 LZ1771SDG.. 1819
- 31.12.13 LZ20TRC 1828
26.08.13 - 02.09.13 OA1/DL1CW 1846
- 31.08.13 OD5ARMY 1844
- 03.04.17 OG3077F 1789
11.07.13 - OH8UV/3.. 1840
- 30.09.13 OM13SIAF 1834
- 31.08.13 OM150MS 1845
31.08.13 - 01.09.13 OM2013SIAF 1834
01.05.13 - 31.12.13 OM20TUSR 1830
01.05.13 - 31.05.13 OM60DAT 1830
21.07.13 - 20.09.13 OOx.. 1842
- 15 OX5M 1843
- 15 OX5T 1843
17.08.13 - 30.08.13 OZ/DF2SD 1845
- 14 P29NO 1814
19.08.13 - 10.09.13 PA6SAIL 1845
01.05.13 - 31.10.13 PA800GTB 1830
08.13 - 11.13 PA90CII 1825
31.08.13 - 14.09.13 PD5MVH/p 1847*
27.08.13 - 30.08.13 PF31CAVENTE 1846
- 31.12.13 PH600AMF 1825
- 31.12.13 PH600NYK 1825
15.08.13 - 15.11.13 R100RQA 1846
25.07.13 - 31.08.13 R2009IT 1842
01.06.13 - 30.09.13 R290E 1838
18.08.13 - 18.11.13 R290ECH 1846
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 R400DR 1814
07.13 - 09.13 R400T 1840
- 30.09.13 R500AK 1844
- 10.13 R60SKV 1814
08.13 - 11.13 R863LC.. 1843/44
01.02.13 - 31.12.13 RI1ANP 1817
- 27.09.13 RL70BR 1843
- 11.13 RU0ZM/0 1837
- 10.13 RV3EFH/0 1821/1824
- 09.13 S21R 1847*
01.01.13 - 23.12.13 S5300TP 1813
10.08.13 - 01.09.13 SN0ROZ 1847*
- 08.13 ST2SF 1840
23.08.13 - 30.08.13 SV5/ON6ZK/p 1846
26.08.13 - 09.09.13 SV8/PA1FJ/p 1847*
- 10.13 T6MH 1806
26.08.13 - 31.08.13 TC42A 1846
02.09.13 - 08.09.13 TK9ZM 1847*
22.06.13 - TM0CR 1837
- 29.12.13 TM16C 1844
- 10.13 TU5DF 1838
- 08.13 UE10RFF 1840
- 15.09.13 UE80RWW 1844
- 31.08.13 XM3B 1843
unknown XV2JJ 1844
- 14.09.13 XW0YJY 1844
30.08.13 - 28.09.13 YB1/PD1SA 1847*
30.08.13 - 02.09.13 YB8RW/p 1847*
30.08.13 - 02.09.13 YB9BU/p 1847*
30.08.13 - 02.09.13 YC8TM/p 1847*
28.08.13 - 01.09.13 YE5T 1847*
12.09.13 - 23.09.13 YN2PX 1847*
- 31.12.13 YP20ARER 1826
- 31.08.13 YQ0BIKE 1844
06.09.13 - 12.09.13 YS1/AI5P 1847*
25.05.13 - 26.05.13 YS1/NP3J 1834
- 31.12.13 YU15OTC 1815
01.02.13 - 31.12.13 YU88BPQ 1840
01.08.13 - 31.08.13 YW5X 1843
01.01.13 - 31.12.13 Z320RSM.. 1813
- 08.14+ ZA/IZ4JMA 1821
- 10.13 ZD9KX 1795
- 12.08.13 ZF2TK 1800
unknown ZS8A 1844
- 04.14 ZS8C 1831
- 04.14 ZS8Z 1831

* = new or updated
.. = and other calls

QSL Information
3B9EME via I3LDP (d), OQRS
3B9FR via HB9SLO (B)
3V8CB (B)
4K20RO via 4J6RO (d)
5B/LZ2HM via LZ2HM (B)
7S5LH via SM5ZCI (B)
8N0C (B)
8S7GL via SK7CA (B)
6K5CRW via HL2UOK (B)
9A/PA4JJ via PA4JJ (B, OQRS)
9H1D eQSL, (d)
9H3BF via IT9DBF (B)
9M2SE via 9W2RUT (d), LoTW
9Z4FZ (d), (L), eQSL
A92AA via EA5GL (d), eQSL
A92IO OP instructions
BG9HKP via BA4EG (B), (L), eQSL
BU2BA via NI5DX (B)
CE2SQE via EA5KB (B)
CE0ZOL via CE3RAC (d)
CM3DSE via RW6HS (d)
CT7/RC2A via RC2A (B), (L), eQSL
D44TXP via M0URX (B, OQRS)
DL/ON6EF/p via ON6EF (B)
E44PM via HB9IQB (B), (L)
E720ZRHB via E77E (B)
EG8HKT via EA8RCK (d), eQSL
EE8YG via EA8YG (B)
EF3EGB via EA3EGB (d)
EH2DC via EA2URC (B)
EH5DCI via EB5GC (B)
EM7UT via UR7UT (B)
EO73U via UT7UU (B), (L)
F4GTT/p via F4GTT (B)
F4GYM/p via G4GYM (B)
FO/F5LCI via F5LCI (d)
FO8WBB via N6JA (B)
H44J via JA0AOA (also eQSL)
HA21WFF via HA6PJ (d), eQSL
HB0/DJ2IA via DJ2IA (B), (L), eQSL
HC2AO via RC5A (B), (L), eQSL
HK6DOS via EA7FTR (d), eQSL
HA21WFF via HA6PJ (d), eQSL
HC8/G8OFQ via G8OFQ (B)
HF330VW via SP9PRR (B), SQ9NOS (d)
HL3/SQ9KWW via SQ9KWW (d), eQSL
HP1/AI5P via AI5P (B)
I2JJR/6 via I2JJR (B)
II8LH via HB9FHZ (B), IK8YFU (d), (L), eQSL
J67ZF (d)
JD1BHA (B), (L), eQSL
JY9FC via E73Y (B), ClubLog
KH0/W5SEA via W5SEA (L), eQSL
KT3Q/7 via DF8DX (B)
L33M via LU3MAM (L), eQSL
LA/R9DA via R9DA (B), (L), eQSL
L33M via LU3MAM, (L), eQSL
LV5V via LU5VV (B, bis 31.12.),(d),(L),eQSL
LY777A via LY5A
LZ1406SK via LZ1KCP (B)
OH0JV via DL7RV (B)
OO9O via ON7SS (B), (L), eQSL
OX/DF2UA via DF2UA (B)
OX3LX via OZ1PIF (B)
OX5YL via PA5YL (B)
P29LL via EA7FTR (d)
PD5MVH/p via PD5MVH (B)
PJ2/IW1FC via IZ1MLQ (B)
PJ2L via EB7DX (d)
R290ECH via RD9CX (B)
RO70EL via RZ6LY (B), (L)
RV3EFH/0 via RV3EFH (d), eQSL
S21R via N4VA (B)
S21ZBA via JH1NBN (B)
S500EB (B)
S513EB (B)
S521EB via (B); S58Q (d)
S522EB (B)
S523EB (B)
S531EB (B)
S533EB (B)
S539EB (B)
S541EB (B)
S542EB (B)
S543EB (B)
S544EB via S54G (B)
S546EB (B)
S563EB (B)
SN0ROZ via SP2GCE, (L), eQSL
SN330VW via SP9KJU (B), eQSL
T6/K5WEJ via K5WEJ
UP1ASTR via UN0GL (B), (L), eQSL
V31PA via DL1CW (B)
SV8/PA1FJ/p via PA1FJ (B)
TK9ZM via IK2WZM (B)
VE7/DF8DX via DF8DX (B)
XV9NPS via JA2NPS(B), JA2ODB (d)
YB1/PD1SA via PD1SA (B)
YB8RW/p via YB9BU (d)
YB9BU/p via YB9BU (d)
YC8TM/p via YB9BU (d)
YE5T via W2FB (B)
YW5X via DM4TI (B)
Z320T via DJ0LZ (d)
ZW8T via PS8HF

* QSLs received by LoTW: ZK3N

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