Not the manager

 

 

I am no longer Qsl Manager for:-

 

 

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Callsigns I manage

OQRS request

I am the Manager   for;

2D0RLA EU-116, 2E0AV, 2E0DJB, 2E0KYI, 2E1AYS, 2O0IJK, 2Q0IJK, 2R0KYI, 2SZ, 2V0IJK, 3A/EI9FBB, 3A/G0VJG, 3B7C AF-015, 3B8HA AF-049, 3B8M, 3B8MU AF-049, 3B9C AF-017, 3B9FR AF-017, 3B9HA AF-017, 3B9WR AF-017, 3C7A AF-010, 3D2AS OC-016, 3D2T2, 3V8CQ, 4E8T OC-174 TAWI TAWI, 4K5ZI EU-182, 4S7DLG, 4W3A OC-148, 5B/G3SZU, 5B/G7VJR, 5B/LA7THA, 5B/M5RIC, 5B/MM0GOR AS-004, 5B/RA3CQ, 5V7EI, 6O6O, 6O7O, 6W/MM0NDX, 7P8LB, 7Q7EI, 8Q7CQ AS-013, 9G2DX, 9G5X, 9H3RJ EU-023, 9H4G EU-023, 9H5G EU-023, 9H5G/C6A NA-001 BLACK CAY, 9H5G/C6A NA-001 GT EXUMA, 9H5G/C6A NA-001 LEE STOCKING, 9H5G/C6A NA-054 LT HARBOUR CAY, 9H5G/C6A NA-113 ACKLINS, 9N1DX, 9N1MM, 9N7EI, 9X2AW, A25UK, A35JT, A52JF, A70X 2017, A70X 2018, A70X AS-088, A71A, A71AM, A71EM, A71RCAR, A71LL, A71SS, A71VV, A71YY, A73A, A75GR, A91HI AS-202, A95GR AS-002, AT2SH, AX16AC OC-001, AX5GR, AX5PAS, AX5PAS OC-001, AX5PAS VKFF-0886 AX5PAS VKFF-1691, AX5PAS VKFF-1752, AX5PAS VKFF-1764, AX5PAS VKFF-2247, AX5PAS VKFF-2886, AX5WOW, AX8AA OC-001, BG5UDN AS-138, BY5YAA AS-138, C4I AS-004, C5X, C6APY NA-054, C6ATS, C6ATS NA-001 CRAB CAY, C6ATS NA-001 GT EXUMA, C6ATS NA-001 HOG CAY, C6ATS NA-001 LEE STOCKING, C6ATS NA-001 ROLLE CAY, C6ATS NA-048 SOUTH BIMINI, C6ATS NA-054, HOFFMANS, C6ATS NA-054 LT HARBOUR CAY C6ATS NA-113 ACKLINS, C6ATS NA-113 FISH CAY, C6ATS NA-113 JAMAICA, C6ATS NA-219 ANGUILLA, CM2ESP NA-005, CM5FZ NA-005, CN2AM, CN8QY
CN8QY BOTA, CO4XT NA-056, CR5V, CT7ANG (SK), CT8/G7VJR EU-089
CU2/G7VJR EU-003, D44TWO AF-005, D67GIA AF-007, DL9HAL, DU1-VK3FY OC-128, DU1/VK3FY OC-128, DU1OXL OC-042, DU1OXL OC-129, DU1UD OC-042, DU1UD/8 OC-105 MAPUN, DU1UD/8 OC-119 JOLO SULU, DU1UD/P OC-126 LUBANG, DU8FY OC-130 MINDANAO, DV1DIN OC-042, DV1UD OC-042, DV1UD-P OC-093 BATAN, DW1OXL OC-042, DW1OXL OC-129
DW1OXL-7 OC-129, DW3DIN OC-042, DW3XHZ OC-042, DX0DX OC-042
DX1DX OC-042, DX8DX OC-042, DX8DX OC-174 BONGAO, DX8DX OC-188 PANGUTARAN, DX8DX OC-202, DX8DX OC-225 TAGANAK, DX8DX OC-235
DX8DX/P OC-130 MINDANAO, DX8ZWC OC-235 BAYANGAN, DY1OXL OC-042, E6AG OC-040, EA5/GM0OBX, EA6-G3SZU EU-004, EA6-GQ3SZU EU-004,EA6/G3SZU EU-004, EG1CWO, EG2CWO, EI/G7VJR EU-115, EI/M5RIC EU-115, EI0DXG EU-115, EI4KI EU-115, EI5GM EU-115, EI9FBB, EJ0DXG EU-006 INIS MOR, EJ0DXG EU-007 GT BLASKET, EJ0DXG EU-103 LT SALTEE, EJ0DXG EU-121 BERE, EJ1D EU-006 INIS MOR, EJ3HB EU-121 BERE, EJ5GM EU-103 SALTEE, EJ5GM EU-121 BERE, EJ9FBB, EJ9FBB EU-103, EJ9FBB EU-121, EL2BB, EL2GM, EP2HAM, F5IHZ, FG/G4SGX, FG/G4SGX/P, FH/DL9HAL, FJ/EI5GM NA-146 ST BART, FJ/EI9FBB, FJ/MM0NDX NA-146, FK1TS, FP/G7VJR NA-032, FR/DL9HAL, FS/EI5GM NA-199 TINTAMERE, FS/EI9FBB, FS/MM0NDX NA-105, FW/G0VJG OC-054, FW5JG OC-054, G0CKV, G0RUZ, G0VJG/HI3 NA-122, G100C, G3DR, G3LZQ (SK), G3N, G3S, G3SZU, G3SZU/M, G3WRS, G3XVR/P, G3YQA, G4RCG, G4SGX, G5XV, G5XV EU-120, G5XV/P, G6XX, G7N EU-120, G7VJR, G8FSO, GA8VL, GB0ANT, GB0CBE, GB0HI EU-120, GB0PSK, GB0VUL, GB0WFF GFF-014, GB0WFF GFF-015, GB0WFF GFF-091, GB0WSD, GB1418WAR, GB1HI EU-120, GB1PC, GB1TAN, GB1WH, GB1YDD,  GB2HI EU120, GB2MDC, GB2NSF, GB2NZ EU-005, GB2WHL, GB300FM, GB4CBE, GB4CI EU-124, GB4ESH, GB4GCT, GB4IPY, GB5HI EU-120, GB5NCQ, GB60ATG, GB60HRH, GB6WRS, GB75UW, GB8LMI EU-099, GD0A EU-116, GD100C, GD100C EU-116, GD4SKA EU-116, GD6XX EU-116, GD7VJR EU-116, GI3DR EU-115, GI4OPH EU-115, GI6XX EU-115, GJ100C, GJ3DR EU-013, GJ6XX EU-013, GJ7VJR EU-013, GM0OBX, GM100C, GM3DR, GM6DX, GM6XX, GM7VJR, GO2HQ, GO4RCG, GO7VJR, GQ4RCG, GQ7VJR, GR2HQ, GR3SZU, GR4RCG, GR7VJR, GS8VL, GS8VL EU-008 COLL, GS8VL EU-009 ORKNEY, GS8VL EU-010 LEWIS, GU0VJG, GU3DR EU-114, GU6XX EU-114, GU7VJR EU-114, GW100C, GW3DR, GW4OH, GW5X EU-124, GW6XX, GW7VJR, GW8ASA, GX1WRS, GX3WRS, GX5XV, H20A, H20A AS-004, H22A AS-004, H2A AS-004, H42NT OC-127, H44NT OC-047, HB0/GM4UYE, HI9/G4RCG NA-096, II0GMC, II0XMAS, IL7MP EU-050 SAN DOMINO, IL7MP EU-050 SAN NICOLA, IR0AAW, IZ0UIL, IZ0UIM, J3/G0VJG NA-024, J6/G0VJG, J79TA NA-101, J79U NA-101, J79WR NA-101, JA0RQV/6Y5 NA-097, JI1SEU, JW/EA3NT, JW/G7VJR EU-026, JX/G7VJR EU-022, JX/SQ4MP EU-022, JY9ET, K3BV, KH6/G3SZU OC-019, KH6ZU OC-019, KK4OYJ, KP2/G4RCG NA-106, KP2/KI7VR NA-106, KP2ZZ NA-106, KP4/EI9FBB NA-249, LU5DWK, LW6DFR, LX/GM0OBX, M0AID, M0BJL, M0BZH, M0C, M0GGR, M0IAA, M0JQK, M0KYI, M0LDI, M0OXO, M0OXO/P GFF-111, M0OXO/P GFF-193, M0OXO/P GFF-216, M0SCC/P, M0TNG, M0UKI/P EU-109, M0UOO, M0YTT, M0Z, M2G, M2L, M2X, M2Z, M3WSQ, M3ZLZ, M3ZYZ, M4S, M4X, M5E, M5RIC, M7C, MD/IZ0UIL EU-116, MD0RLA EU-116, MD1E, MD1U, MD5RIC/P EU-116, MD7C EU-116, MI0ILEM, MI6GTY, MI7C EU-115, MJ/EI9FBB, MJ0JZE EU-013, MJ0UOO EU-013, MJ0X EU-099, MJ2Z EU-013, MJ5RIC EU-013, MM0NDX/P EU-009, MM0RLJ, MM5RIC, MM7C, MO0KYI, MO0OXO, MQ0IAA, MQ0KYI, MQ0OXO, MQ5RIC, MQ6EOW, MR0IAA, MR0OXO, MS0IXD, MS0UKI EU-108, MT0IXD EU-116, MU0JZE EU-114, MU2Z EU-114, MU5RIC EU-114, MU7C EU-114, MW0JZE, MW0OXO/P GFF-015, MW0OXO/P GWFF-032, MW0OXO/P GWFF-042, MW0OXO/P, GWFF-066, MW0RLJ, MW0X, MW2Z/ MW5EPA, MW5RIC, NL0H, NL0H/P NA-040, NL0H NA-040, NP4DX, OH0UDG, OM6AA, OY/G7VJR EU-018, P40FN SA-036, P40FY SA-036, PA5Y, PJ4/MW0JZE SA-006, PJ7/EI5GM NA-105 ST. MAARTEN, PJ7/EI9FBB, PJ7/MM0NDX NA-105, PP2RR, PS1S SA-077, PW2D, PW5D, PX2C(SK), PY2MTV(SK), PY5/VK3FY, RA/M0OXO, RA/VK3FY, RA3CQ
RA3WDK, RD4A, S5/M0BJL, S79C AF-119, S79VJG AF-024, SM5CKV EU-177
SV5/G4RCG, SV5/MW0JZE EU-001, SV8/IW7EGQ, SV9-G0VJG, SW5CC EU-001
SW8CC EU-052, T30T OC-017, T32C OC-024, TA/G0VJG, TC7V, TF/EI9FBB EU-021, TF/EI9FBB EU-071, TF/EI9FBB EU-168, TF/G7VJR EU-021, TF/MM0NDX EU-021, TF/MM0NDX EU-071, TF/MM0NDX EU-168, TL8AO, TM1CEZ EU-157, TN5E, TO4C NA-107, TT8KO, UL7MAX, UL7MO, UN3M, UN7G, UN7MO, UO2M, UP7G, UT/M0UOO, V25G NA-100, V25V NA-100, V26VR NA-100, V31GX, V31GX NA-073 AMBERGRIS CAYE, V31MA, V31PS, V31ZM, V3A, V55A, V73MT OC-029, VE3KTB/VY0 NA-008, VE3KTB/VY0 NA-043, VI17AC, VI50DC, VI5WOW, VI70HI, VI70MI, VK0HI AN-003, VK16AC OC-001, VK2/G7VJR, VK2012TDF, VK2013TDF, VK2014TDF, VK2015TDF, VK2CZ, VK3FGRC, VK3FN, VK3FNIK, VK3FT, VK3FT/1 OC-136, VK3FY, VK3FY/DU1 OC-042, VK3FY/DU8 OC-130, VK3FY/DU8 OC-235, VK3FY/P OC-136 PHILLIP, VK3HF, VK3JEF, VK3QRO, VK4/EA3NT OC-137, VK4HAM OC-142, VK4NM, VK4NM/P OC-142, VK5GR, VK5IR, VK5PAS, VK5PAS LAUCKE MILL, VK5PAS NIXON MILL, VK5PAS SOTA SE001, VK5PAS SOTA SE004, VK5PAS SOTA SE013, VK5PAS VK3VC-018, VK5PAS VK3VC-019, VK5PAS VK3VT-057, VK5PAS VKFF -0866, VK5PAS VKFF- 0372, VK5PAS VKFF- 0899, VK5PAS VKFF-0115, VK5PAS VKFF-0402,, VK5PAS VKFF-0539, VK5PAS VKFF-0749, VK5PAS VKFF-0757, VK5PAS VKFF-0760, VK5PAS VKFF-0766, VK5PAS VKFF-0777, VK5PAS VKFF-0778, VK5PAS VKFF-0779, VK5PAS VKFF-0780, VK5PAS VKFF-0781, VK5PAS VKFF-0782, VK5PAS VKFF-0784, VK5PAS VKFF-0785, VK5PAS VKFF-0787, VK5PAS VKFF-0788, VK5PAS VKFF-0789, VK5PAS VKFF-0790, VK5PAS VKFF-0791, VK5PAS VKFF-0793, VK5PAS VKFF-0795, VK5PAS VKFF-0797,, VK5PAS VKFF-0799, VK5PAS VKFF-0800VK5PAS VKFF-0805, VK5PAS VKFF-0823, VK5PAS VKFF-0828, VK5PAS VKFF-0831, VK5PAS VKFF-0866, VK5PAS VKFF-0867, VK5PAS VKFF-0868, VK5PAS VKFF-0869, VK5PAS VKFF-0870, VK5PAS VKFF-0873, VK5PAS VKFF-0875, VK5PAS VKFF-0877, VK5PAS VKFF-0878, VK5PAS VKFF-0880, VK5PAS VKFF-0881, VK5PAS VKFF-0883, VK5PAS VKFF-0884, VK5PAS VKFF-0889, VK5PAS VKFF-0892, VK5PAS VKFF-0894, VK5PAS VKFF-0897, VK5PAS VKFF-0904, VK5PAS VKFF-0905, VK5PAS VKFF-0907, VK5PAS VKFF-0910, VK5PAS VKFF-0911, VK5PAS VKFF-0912, VK5PAS VKFF-0913, VK5PAS VKFF-0918, VK5PAS VKFF-0921, VK5PAS VKFF-0924, VK5PAS VKFF-0927, VK5PAS VKFF-0930, VK5PAS VKFF-0933, VK5PAS VKFF-0937, VK5PAS VKFF-0938, VK5PAS VKFF-0940, VK5PAS VKFF-0941, VK5PAS VKFF-0958, VK5PAS VKFF-0964, VK5PAS VKFF-0994, VK5PAS VKFF-0999, VK5PAS VKFF-1024, VK5PAS VKFF-1029, VK5PAS VKFF-1030, VK5PAS VKFF-1038, VK5PAS VKFF-1045
VK5PAS VKFF-1047, VK5PAS VKFF-1052, VK5PAS VKFF-1055, VK5PAS VKFF-1056, VK5PAS VKFF-1061, VK5PAS VKFF-1064, VK5PAS VKFF-1078
VK5PAS VKFF-1086, VK5PAS VKFF-1092, VK5PAS VKFF-1124, VK5PAS VKFF-1131, VK5PAS VKFF-1159, VK5PAS VKFF-1683, VK5PAS VKFF-1684, VK5PAS VKFF-1685, VK5PAS VKFF-1686, VK5PAS VKFF-1688, VK5PAS VKFF-1690, VK5PAS VKFF-1699, VK5PAS VKFF-1701, VK5PAS VKFF-1705
VK5PAS VKFF-1707, VK5PAS VKFF-1712, VK5PAS VKFF-1723, VK5PAS VKFF-1724, VK5PAS VKFF-1725, VK5PAS VKFF-1729, VK5PAS VKFF-1738
VK5PAS VKFF-1739, VK5PAS VKFF-1741, VK5PAS VKFF-1750, VK5PAS VKFF-1754, VK5PAS VKFF-1763, VK5PAS VKFF-1764, VK5PAS VKFF-1767
VK5PAS VKFF-1880, VK5PAS VKFF-2161, VK5PAS VKFF-2246, VK5PAS VKSSE-013, VK5PAS-VKFF-2247, VK5PAS/P, VK5WOW, VK6UKR
VK7FG OC-195, VK8/G0VJG, VK8AA, VK9CI OC-003, VK9L/G7VJR OC-004, VK9MR OC-072, VK9N/G7VJR OC-005, VK9NI OC-005, VK9PAS OC-005, VK9WG OC-007, VK9XI, VP2MAD NA-103, VP5/G4RCG NA-002, VP5/KI7VR NA-002, VP5/VK4BRC NA-002, VP8DMN SA-002, VP9/G7VJR NA-005, VY0ERC NA-008, VY0ERC NA-008 EQ69, VY0ERC NA-008 EQ79, VY0ERC NA-008 ER60
W6CKV, WP3C, XT2AGI, XT2AW, XV9DF, YB0EEX(SK),YB9/W3YM OC-022,
YC9MLL OC-151 FLORES, YJ0AG OC-035, Z2LA, Z6/EI5GM, Z6/EI9FBB, ZD8M AF-003, ZD8UW AF-003, ZF2CI NA-016, ZF2MN NA-016, ZF8/ZF2CI NA-016, ZF9/ZF2CI NA-016, ZL/G4SGX, ZL/M0IDA OC-134, ZL3NZ OC-134, ZL4AA OC-134, ZL7DX OC-038, ZL7M OC-038, ZL7STU, ZM90DX, ZR0SS, ZS1DX, ZS1SBW, ZS3/G3LZQ, ZS9V AF-064

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Professional QSL Manager for IOTA, DXpeditions and high volume QSL Card senders and much more…..


 Do you need a Qsl Manager?

 

See the sub-categories for the current status of Callsigns that I Manage, and
who do and do not require your card!

 

 

MANAGED

NO LONGER MANAGED

 

 

 Do you need a Qsl Manager?

 

Are you an active DX’er, Contester, planning a DX trip, an Island activation or maybe just a high user of Qsl Cards and are in need of a Qsl Manager?

 

Do you wish to contact me for advice on being your Qsl Manager?

 

If you are thinking of a Qsl Manager then please contact me and discuss your options for a fast, efficient, well presented and most important, a ‘Bespoke’ service.

All my Qsl help is exactly what it means, a non-profit QSL Service for its clients.

My name is Charles M0OXO and the service I offer will help to cut down as what it is seen as the chore of the hobby. This should aid DXpedition Teams, Holiday Stations or IOTA Stations and Rare DXCC. I am a retired Police Officer so the importance of available time for qsl work and integrity within our service is of paramount importance, both which I can offer you for sure.

What can I provide?

1) I can look after all your QSL requirements from Holiday station, IOTA to major expedition status.
2) I handle RSGB Bureau, Direct QSLing, LoTW, OQRS and Direct Via Paypal.
3) I work directly with UX5UO QSL Printing to ensure a quality Qsl Card and at a very competitive cost.
4) For some DX’peditions I may be able to offer free QSL cards if you use my QSL services. You may qualify for sponsorship, you are welcome to email me.

Email ; charles.wilmott@m0oxo.com

Tel:+44 (0) 7900 500775

Or write to:

Charles Wilmott M0OXO
60 Church Hill,
Royston, Barnsley,
S714NG ENGLAND

**For efficiency I will work with either the Team Leader or one person nominated by the Team Leader for the Management required. In practice working with multiple persons leads to errors and ambiguities.


What QSL printer do we use?

I work closely with Gennady Treus in the Ukraine. Gennady (UX5UO Qsl print) will design and print the Qsl Card at the cheapest price possible whilst also giving detail to the presentation and quality of the card that he offers.

QSL Design – VERY IMPORTANT

1) For all stations that i am QSL manager for, it is the responsibility of the DX station or DX Team to ensure that all photographic images are provided at the earliest opportunity.

2) Club logos and corporate logos must have permission of the owner to be printed on the QSL card.

Please remember that we will require high resolution logos for print reproduction. Logos copied from a website are of too low quality for printing.

3) Please discuss with your team all information, text, logos, images and reference numbers that you want on the QSL design.

All QSL design instructions and information must be clearly written in an email with photographic images in high resolution of 300 DPI or better to charles.wilmott@m0oxo.com or direct to Gennady UX5UO at ux5uo@ux5uoqsl.com

Remember! Delays in transfering logs and QSL images for the QSL work will reflect badly on MY reputation! This will not be accepted!

Data transfer:
I use Broadband ADSL internet, so all ADIF files and QSL card images can be transferred easily and quickly by my usual email address.

Charles M0OXO is very proud to be accepted as a member of the QSL Managers Society, and promises to follow the guidlines set down by the Society. Click here for details.

Contact me:
Thanks for looking me up, any questions just email or fone me, details here

Kindest regards, Charles

 

2EØKYI, 2EØJRZ, 2EØOLD, 2EØZYZ,

**4W3A

CU2-G7VJR,

 

EA1AS, EA3GEG, EA3ZF, EA4ERX, EA4FUW, EA4RL, EA4ZQ, EA5NR,

EA7HKL, EA7TL, EB1DPB, EB1FGO, EB3BRJ, EC3DR, EI-G7VJR, EC7ITA,

 

G1NYN, G1WRS, G3WRS, G3SZU, G4RCG, G7VJR, GBØANT, GBØPSK, GBØWFF,

GBØHI, GB1HI, GB1TAN, GB1YDD, GB2HI, GB2WHL, GB4CI, GB4IPY, GB5HI,

GB75UW, GB8LMI, GD7VJR, GJ7VJR, GM7VJR, GR2HQ, GU7VJR, GW5X,

GW7VJR, GW8ASA, GX3WRS,

 

HI9/G4RCG, JW-G7VJR, JX/G7VJR, JX/SQ4MP, KI7VR, KP2/G4RCG, KP2/KI7VR,

KP2ZZ,

 

MØAID, MØBBC, MØBZH, MØGGR, MØIAA, MØJQK, MØNOK,MØOCC, MØOLD,

MØOXO, MØW, MØX, MØOCC, MØSCC, M2G, M2X, M3JRZ, M3GMN, M3OLD,

M3ZLZ, M3ZYZ, MJØX, MMØRLJ, MWØJZE, MWØRLJ, MWØX, MWØOXO,

MW3ZLZ, MW3ZYZ, MXØBBC, MXØOCC,

 

OY/G7VJR, **PW2D, **PX2C, **PY2MTV, **RA3CQ, SV5/G4RCG, TF/G7VJR,

**VK2CZ, **VK8AA, V25G, V26VR, VP5/KI7VR, VP5/G4RCG, VP8DMN, ZD8UW,

**ZL7M

GFF-091

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New CDXC site – Launch imminent

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The latest CDXC ‘Digest’ informs us about the launch of the new CDXC Website.

Michael G7VJR tells us:-
‘In the first few pages of this month’s digest there is a short explanation of how to access the new CDXC web site – this being a major part of the CMIS (membership database) project.

The address, http://www2.cdxc.org.uk is accessible now as a preview, and will be replacing our existing web site on 2 April when it goes live. Please feel free to login and try it out – we’ve got some great new features including an updated news service run by Tim M0URX and Charles M0OXO, and plenty of new features to do with expedition funding, too. If you need to update your email record to get a password (as explained in the digest and on the web site) then Tony G4LDL is on hand to help. His email address is: tony dot bettley at ntlworld.com.


I’ll be introducing the site in more detail on Saturday at Wyboston, which will also be a chance to see behind the scenes in CMIS (if you wish!) and get your account details tweaked should there be any discrepancies in the membership database
.”

OK DX RTTY Contest 2009……..

K800_IMG

A nice suprise in the mail this morning as you can see! 9th place overall and 1st place (Country Winner) for the UK.

I think it’s my second only Contest ‘win’ for Digital Modes so very happy to receive the Award.

Congratulations to all who took part, hope to meet you again next year on screen.

73 de Charles

VP8DMN Falkland Island Qsl Cards – Update

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Stations who have requested Qsl cards (Direct or Online System) for VP8DMN please be patient for a few days longer. I am awaiting delivery of Cards from Michael (G7VJR) for his trip to the Falkland Islands and expect should be with me in a few days time.

As soon as the cards are received I will have them dispatched within 24 hours, sri for any inconvenience caused by the Qsl Manager change.

73 de Charles

3B9WR Rodrigues Island now Qrv!

3B9WR


John Dunnington G3LZQ, arrived on Rodrigues Island (IOTA AF-017) on the 5th March where he will remain until the second of April.  No coincidence of course that the trip coincides with the RSGB Commonwealth Contest this weekend.

John has suffered delays with equipment which arrived late but all are now on the Island. He spent most of yesterday building antennas and at sundown still had a little work to do. All things being equal we should expect him to be qrv from today upon completion of the antenna build.

John is a CW only Op. and he will be concentrating on low band activity where possible using the callsign 3B9WR. Qsl Cards (left) will be available on his return via G3LZQ.

Good luck John!

 

‘JA-fest’ on 15M SSB!

JR1NHD

….and over the last few weeks we have been busy running the special event station for Antarctic Activity Week.

Operating times and modes varied but all in all it was a good event and was well attended as regards contacts. This Year we worked 2602 q’s which was one of the better years we have had bringing our total qso’s to 12654 for GB0ANT. For me the highlight was last week on 15M.

It was early for 15M but I started call on SSB at around 0740utc. It started very quiet for a few minutes and then there was a rash of activity from Asia with Ukraine, Asiatic Russia and Kazakhstan stations flying in very strong. I was very surprised to hear a VU calling but he wasn’t too strong and therefore didn’t make the grade to gain a place in my log. Shortly after than I was called by JR1NHD (Foto Right) from Kanagawa prefecture in Japan. We had a brief exchange and then all hell broke loose, what a pile up of JA! Its several Years since i have worked into JA and received such a fearsome response.

One after another then got into the log and they just kept coming. Strange as it was, there were none of the ‘usual suspects’ in the mix either, many of them new entries in the logbook.

At 0834 I logged the last two stations JR4CEB and JA2LHG from Japan which brought a total of 71 JA stations in the brief window, what a run! (Extract of Logbook shown below for those who may not quite believe it!)

Lets pray that things continue as they are now for a long time whether we are climbing out of the Solar Minimum or whether we are not. Its certainly a big boost to anyone’s enthusiasm when DX such as that can be worked on the higher band for a change.

Thanks to all the guys that worked and the team that operated during the week, it was a good event this Year and lets hope that we have many more in the Years to comes as AAW (Antarctic Activity Week) grows stronger, bigger and better.

JAs

Thanks (to Japan!) and 73 to all….de Charles….


GBØWFF – Qrv in March from new ‘GFF’!

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Sri for the short notice on this one!

Charles MØOXO & Ian MØIAA will be Qrv as GBØWFF on Tuesday 2nd March 2010 from the  Derbyshire Dales Nature Reserve (GFF-091 [new]) and on Wednesday 3rd March 2010 from the Lower Derwent Valley (GFF-010 [new]).

Antennas will be Dipoles at 10M and running barefoot from the Yaesu FT-897D. All being well and pending any disasters on the day we should be qrv around or just before 12.00 UTC.    

**Areas may be subject to change on the day due to Snow and other WX issues.K800_WFF_Award_min1

Qsl as always will be via M3ZYZ / MØOXO and bureau cards can be requested via the On-Line Qsl Request Form (OQRF).

All other Qsl options such as paying via Paypal for Direct Cards can be found by clicking here. Photo’s of the trip will also be found in the World Flora Fauna section of this website in the coming days.


73 & 44 de Charles