- Created on Monday, 21 November 2016 11:26
Gil F4FET, Antoine F5RAB & others will be active from Cezembre Island EU-157 as between December 26-28, 2016.
They will be QRV as TM1CEZ with 3-4 stations, 80-10m; CW/SSB/RTTY.
- Created on Saturday, 19 November 2016 07:06
Marc, V31MA will try to be active during the next few weeks from Belize.
Everyday from 05:00-5:30 utc on +/-3510.0 Marc will be specifically looking for EU. Noise level on his side is very low and Marc hopes many 100watt EU stations will find there way into his log.
Please keep your eye on the DX Heat DX Cluster, M0OXO Blob, Facebook & Twitter for additional updates.
- Created on Sunday, 13 November 2016 20:29
Lee Hai from Cambodia!
As a wonderful and unforgettable adventure, from the coast of Cambodia, the final act is upon us. Today, in early afternoon , local time ,the team are gathering to begin the take down of the antennas. At this moment as we are writing this post, we decided to leave working only a vertical antennas for RTTY on 30 meters and 20 meters, the spiderbeam, five bands,and the 40 meters vertical, for the only SSB station remaining, and the Quad and vertical 80 meters for the guys of CW.
In any case all the antennas will be put down tomorrow at the local Sunrise. We’ll leave our QTH in Ream- Shinahoukville District in late morning to reach ,after a long way by bus the Phon Phen Airport and starting our come back route to Milano where we’ll arrive at 7 AM of Tuesday. We reached a target of 35.000 Qsos , with proudly a number of 6500 Qsos on RTTY mode. Thanks one again to the dxers of all over the world for calling and calling us in any band/mode. And thanks for your incredible support!!! The great big international family of the Mediterraneo Dx Club will come back on air with our unvualable members of the team .
So thinking about our next one, as well we are thinking about the next one!
Lee Hai from Cambodia!!!
73 de Antonio, IZ8CCW Team Leader, Gabriele, I2VGW Co-Leader ....And ALL THE ENTIRE FANTASTIC INTERNATIONAL TEAM !
- Created on Saturday, 12 November 2016 15:33
A large amount of Qsl Cards received via the RSGB Bureau have been sorted ready for processing.
The photo's show approx 3000 bureau cards that have been sorted into Callsign order ready to be processed through the logs.
The most disturbing thing is that ALL the Qsl Cards you seen in the image to the left have all been received via the Bureau but QRZ.Com clearly states ''Your QSL Cards are NOT required - Please DO NOT send them via the Bureau''.
This cards have taken 8 hours to sort by me alone after already being sorted by the RSGB Bureau Staff. They have to be packaged, mailed and postage paid for before they arrive at my door.
This is simply 'Indiscriminate QSL'ing' by YOU, the user.
- Created on Thursday, 10 November 2016 06:07
TL8AO is primarily a single op DXpedition to take place from Bangui, Central African Republic (C.A.R) between 10th & 22nd November 2016. QSO target is 15,000. I go to Bangui to do the DXpedition and achieve as many contacts as possible. But we all realize that TL is a very poor country – so why not try some fundraising for the people of C.A.R?
My budget is 7000 USD. I am not seeking donations to cover my own expenses, but try to do some fundraising for Doctors Without Borders in C.A.R who have been there since 1997 providing humanitarian aid to local residents.
My goal is to generate as much donations as possible where 100% of donations received will be given to DWOB. It is important to state that this DXpedition is not in co-operation with DWOB – they are solely the recipient of the donation.
They have acknowledged this fundraising, and use of their logo. Please check http://activityreport2015.msf.
- 100% of donations received by individuals or clubs/organizations will go directly to Doctors Without Borders in C.A.R
- 100% of net income through OQRS and direct QSL will go to Doctors without border in C.A.R
ALL donations are voluntary – there is no expectation that you donate just because you made a QSO. LoTW will be uploaded on the same day I return to Norway no matter!
M0OXO is the QSL manager and will handle all QSLing, OQRS, direct and buro. Thanks!
INDEXA have already decided to contribute to this fundraiser, we all know they established a humanitarian fund founded by Zorro JH1AJT in 2015. I sincerely hope other clubs/organizations and individual want to contribute as well
- Created on Friday, 04 November 2016 13:04
The Qsl Card for the special event station in Australia celebrating 50 years of decimalisation has now been made.
Qsl Cards will be available in two weeks.
Logs are already on M0OXO Logsearch & OQRS.
- Created on Wednesday, 02 November 2016 13:28
The XU7MDC international team is working hard to build a very professional Dxpedition. They are testing many new items and tools to be able to reduce weight on the plane and maximize the results at their location; Sihanoukville beach, Cambodia.
They will be on air from 4th to 14th November 2016. Operating 24/7 with 5 stations from the beach with a particular focus to low bands and digimodes. Antonio, IZ8CCW and Gabriele, I2VGW, will share this new adventure with 18 members from five countries. More details and info can be found on their website.
- Created on Wednesday, 02 November 2016 07:35
QSL Card arrived today from VK5MAV for his recent activity.
Andy was qrv from Viney Island, Australia IOTA OC-266 on the 11th September 2016.
Thanks for the fast despatch on the card Andy!
- Created on Tuesday, 01 November 2016 08:29
George EA2TA (MM0IBO), Dave EI9FBB and Col MM0NDX will be active from Isle of Bute EU-123.
MS0INT will be qrv between November 18-20, 2016 on 40-10m, SSB/Digi.
- Created on Monday, 31 October 2016 12:12
Special Event Station celebrating the 50th anniversary of the introduction of dollars (Decimal Currency) in Australia.
The Station will be qrv between the 31st October 2016 until the 31st December 2016 from Victoria, Australia.
- Created on Wednesday, 26 October 2016 15:05
VY0ERC , Eureka Amateur Radio Club will be active next week in CQWW SSB.
Operators Alex VE1RUS and Pierre VE3KTB will be qrv at Ellesmere Island, Nunavut IOTA NA-008 between 25th October & 14th November.
They will have a tS-480, 100 watts, to an R5 vertical for 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 and wires for 40. Most of the operation will be on 20 with "hopefully some activity on 40, 17 and 15." They will be on SSB and digital modes. They will operate as and when work permits.
- Created on Wednesday, 26 October 2016 14:15
Posted on the IOTA Website from Roger G3KMA;
The appeal has now reached GBP £17,360 on its way to our initial target of GBP £25,000 needed to bring to fruition the paperless QSLing project – see previous IOTA News items. We have to thank 182 contributors in 36 countries for their generosity. It is just a matter now of one more push to reach the target. We reported last month that enhancements to the existing IT in July have seen two thirds of new applicants using the Club Log paperless QSLing option for all or most credits claimed and well over half of all submissions are using it to some degree. Overall some 36% of all credits claimed since early July are QSO matches and the team say that over 30,000 QSO matches are pending submission. This continues to make huge savings for applicants which will grow rapidly as we expand the list of activations in the paperless QSLing pool and bring online the complete IOTA rewrite late next Spring.
The complete update can be found here, and includes the complete list of those who have reached the various levels of support.
G3KMA, 23 Oct 2016
- Created on Wednesday, 26 October 2016 10:33
A 10-12 man team, led by Nobby G0VJG, will be active from Botswana as A25UK during early Spring 2017 (dates to be finalised).
They will be QRV with five QRO stations; 160-10m CW/SSB/RTTY for up to 10-11 days. Antennas include verticals for 80/160 and 4 square for 40m. Beams and towers will also be in use.
This will be a return visit for the same Team after their successful operation in 2016. This time 'bigger & longer'.
- Created on Monday, 24 October 2016 07:23
M0UTD Mark, will operate the CQ WW DX SSB Contest, October 29 and 30, from the Isle of Man as MD1U
This will be an SOSB 40M effort.
- Created on Monday, 24 October 2016 02:52
MM0GOR, Gordon, will operate the CQ WW DX SSB Contest, October 29 and 30, from the Isle of Man as MD1E.
This will be an SOAB effort.
- Created on Friday, 21 October 2016 07:13
M5RIC, Rich, will operate the CQ WW DX SSB Contest, October 29 and 30, from the Isle of Man as MD7C.
This will be an SOAB effort.
- Created on Friday, 21 October 2016 07:03
Listen out for Marc V31MA next week.
He will be qrv from Belize using his Contest Call V3A.
Good luck Marc, 73 !
- Created on Friday, 21 October 2016 06:59
QSL Card received from Jean VE2FDJ.
This was for his recent activation during the IOTA Contest 2016 of Ile Aux Perroquets, Canada IOTA NA-176.
Thanks for the new one Jean, 73
- Created on Friday, 14 October 2016 17:23
XT2AGI - Please listen out for a new licensee in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
Ibrahim Guiero now has the Callsign XT2AGI and will be qrv from today on the bands.
Ibrahim is a new licencee being tutored by Harald XT2AW. Harald has sponsored a hexbeam and a Kenwood TS430 to Ibrahim for him to progress further in the hobby.
Please be patient with him but by all means give him a call!
- Created on Wednesday, 12 October 2016 23:28
The Team from India are now qrv from IOTA AS-176 (NEW).
The Operators ; YL Sarla VU2SWS, Nandu VU2NKS, Rajesh VU2EXP and Deepak VU2CDP have commenced the first ever activation of Gujarat State East Group IOTA AS-176 from Shiyal Bet Island as AT2SL.
They are qrv on CW, SSB & RTTY. You can find more information, video's and map by visiting DX World.
- Created on Tuesday, 11 October 2016 15:18
Please DO NOT THROW away your old and/or expired IRC's
I will happily take the old ones off your hands as I can use them to fund Qsl Bureau Mailing costs for Dxpedition Teams I manage.
If you have any Old/Expired Blue (or even the old Yellow) IRC's please drop me a line and I'll be happy to receive them from you. I can add your Name and Callsign to my website with a thanks for helping out the Dxpedition teams!
Thanks in advance!