- Created on Wednesday, 29 June 2016 10:56
Well it has finally arrived, what many have been waiting for years to see. Clublog is now starting to electronically match IOTA qso's with Logs on the Clublog system that will ultimately give IOTA accreditation without having to produce a card for checking.
The system is currently being tested and although NOT ALL LOGS ARE ON-LINE yet, the system seems very stable with the logs and results I managed this morning. The system gave me three new IOTA groups that I currently have not received a paper card for. More logs will be added in time so please be patient.
Lets hope some of those cards we have been waiting for for several years may not now be requiried and fingers crossed a log may be in the system.
Well done to the IOTA Team icluding Johan PA3EXX and of course Clublog's team of Michael G7VJR and Marios 5B4WN, a great milestone for IOTA chasers !
See the Questions & Answers below;
- Created on Wednesday, 29 June 2016 08:05
The Friedrichshafen Ham Fair took place last weekend and photograps can be found by clicking here or the image to the left.
Friedrichshafen is an industrial city on the northern shoreline of Lake Constance in Southern Germany, near both the borders of Switzerland and Austria. It is the district capital of the Bodensee district in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg.
The Ham Fair is held here in June each Year.
- Created on Wednesday, 29 June 2016 07:58
Bahrain Amateur Radio Group (BARG) will participate in the IOTA Contest from Hawar Island AS-202 as A91HI. All documents submitted to the authority and waiting for approval.Hawar Island AS-202 was activated for the first time recently this year, this will be the second activation only from AS-202. More details soon from Team Leader Fawaz Sulaibeekh A92AA
Qsl via M0OXO OQRS
- Created on Wednesday, 29 June 2016 06:12
I was pleased to receive this card yesterday after quite a long wait.
Dorset Island, Nunavut, in the High Arctic (IOTA NA-156) was activated back in July 2015 as part of the RSGB IOTA Contest by Mike VE2XB.
Also known as 'Kinngait' in Inuktitut, this ancient artistic community has been inhabited by native peoples for three thousand years, Cape Dorset is situated on Dorset Island, adjacent to Foxe Peninsula at the southwestern tip of Baffin Island.
- Created on Thursday, 16 June 2016 07:30
Harald (DF2WO) is back in Cape Verde.
He is QRV as D44TWO from Santiago Island, Cabo Verde (IOTA AF-005) from the 15th June for around one month.
Harald will be using a homebrew version of the G3TXQ Hexbeam and will be on 6 thro 30M using CW, SSB and Digital Modes (PSK-31, RTTY & JT65A).
- Created on Tuesday, 14 June 2016 11:15
This is the latest Qsl Card from Dindo DV1UD.
Dindo and his team were qrv as DX0DX recently, a special call issued to them for the Telecommunications anniversary. the operated for their Radio Club on the main Island of the Philippines, Luzon, IOTA OC-042.
Qsl Card will be available in two weeks and is available via OQRS or Direct Post Mail.
- Created on Monday, 13 June 2016 06:52
''Earlier today, Dom 3Z9DX received confirmation from the North Korean government to make a return visit to P5 and operate amateur radio equipment for up to 5 days. The dates of activity are not yet known, but it will be at very short notice. Dom will be informed of dates just a few days beforehand – he will get his luggage and go.
It will be a single band operation, SSB only. Dom will update DX-World with more news as he receives it.''
- Created on Thursday, 09 June 2016 06:47
OQRS is open and can be found here or click the image left.
- Created on Wednesday, 01 June 2016 08:35
John, 2M0JMN, will be qrv from the Cayman Islands as ZF2MN.
He will be QRV holiday-style between the 3rd and 17th June 2016 on the HF Bands.
QSL via Clublog OQRS
- Created on Wednesday, 01 June 2016 06:44
TF/MM0NDX Qsl Card preview.
The card is currently at the Print Shop.
- Created on Wednesday, 01 June 2016 06:39
China scrambled fighter jets on Tuesday as a U.S. navy ship sailed close to a disputed reef in the South China Sea, a patrol China denounced as an illegal threat to peace which only went to show its defense installations in the area were necessary. Guided missile destroyer the USS William P. Lawrence traveled within 12 nautical miles (22 km) of Chinese-occupied Fiery Cross Reef, U.S. Defense Department spokesman Bill Urban said.
The so-called freedom of navigation operation was undertaken to "challenge excessive maritime claims" by China, Taiwan, and Vietnam which were seeking to restrict navigation rights in the South China Sea, Urban said. "These excessive maritime claims are inconsistent with international law as reflected in the Law of the Sea Convention in that they purport to restrict the navigation rights that the United States and all states are entitled to exercise," Urban said in an emailed statement.
China and the United States have traded accusations of militarizing the South China Sea as China undertakes large-scale land reclamation and construction on disputed features while the United States has increased its patrols and exercises. Facilities on Fiery Cross Reef include a 3,000-metre (10,000-foot) runway which the United States worries China will use to press its extensive territorial claims at the expense of weaker rivals.
China's Defence Ministry said two fighter jets were scrambled and three warships shadowed the U.S. ship, telling it to leave. The U.S. patrol "again proves that China's construction of defensive facilities on the relevant reefs in the Nansha Islands is completely reasonable and totally necessary", it said, using China's name for the Spratly Islands where much of its reclamation work is taking place.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said the U.S. ship illegally entered Chinese waters.
- Created on Saturday, 28 May 2016 07:17
Whilst continuing to plan their next major IOTA DXpedition, look for Dave EI9FBB and Col MM0NDX to be active from Iceland’s three island groups (EU-021, EU-071 & EU-168) between May 26-30, 2016.
A fun, holiday-style activity, they will mostly be operating on 17 & 20m SSB depending on propagation.
- May 26 – Iceland EU-021
- May 27 – Videy Island EU-168
- May 28 – Westman Island EU-071
- May 29 – Iceland EU-021
OQRS & Logsearch here ;
- Created on Saturday, 28 May 2016 03:01
It gives an insight into the ATNO and how ATNi First Protocol can help IOTA chasers and activators.
Some interesting information, suggestions and thought provoking statistics. Clicke the image to view the video. Thanks Rick !
- Created on Thursday, 26 May 2016 09:16
VK9L/G7VJR Qsl Cards have arrived from the Printer and will be dispatched tomorrow (Friday 30th May 2016).
- Created on Wednesday, 25 May 2016 12:03
A91HI QSL Cards for the recent activation of the nerw IOTA AS-202 have been mailed today.
The operation ended just under 3 weeks ago and cards to all World destinations and the UK have been mailed by Royal Mail Priority Air Mail this morning.
Qsl Cards can be requested via Clublog (click here)
- Created on Wednesday, 25 May 2016 12:01
XT2AW Logs are now complete and on line.
The Paper logs for the 2016 trip to XT2 by Harald DF2WO have all now been typed up and added to the Computer Log here.
I have uploaded them all to LOTW & Clublog. All logs on-line are now complete.
- Created on Sunday, 22 May 2016 06:47
Thanks to Mike VE7ACN for his confirmation of NA-061.
Kaien Island was activated by Mike as VE7ACN/7 back in March of this year and paper confirmation arrived today.
- Created on Friday, 20 May 2016 06:25
Whilst planning their next major IOTA DXpedition, look for Dave EI9FBB and Col MM0NDX to be active from Iceland’s three island groups (EU-021, EU-071 & EU-168) between May 26-30, 2016.
A fun, holiday-style activity, they will mostly be operating on 17 & 20m SSB depending on propagation. Updates on twitter @TF_IOTA_TOUR_2016
TF/EI9FBB via homecall
TF/MM0NDX via M0OXO OQRS
- Created on Friday, 20 May 2016 06:24
DX0DX will be active on all bands from 160 - 10M on May 19, 20 and 21.
QTH is at Porto Gualberto, Brgy Imelda, San Juan Batangas & Operators are DU1KC, DV1MG, DV1SCO, 4F1MIR
Luzon Island is IOTA OC-042. Qsl via M0OXO OQRS
- Created on Thursday, 19 May 2016 09:03
Thanks to Fawaz Sulaibeekh A92AA & the Bahrain Amateur Radio Group for this nice certificate!
- Created on Wednesday, 18 May 2016 06:53
I am pleased to report receipt today of;
RI0KV AS-027 (Wrangel)
RI0QV AS0-28 (Kotelnyy) and
RI0QV/p AS-029 (Bolshoy Lyakhovskiy)
Thanks Vlad UA4WHX..great job!