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Asunto:[dxcolombia] HK6DOS/// North Jersey DX Association
Fecha:Domingo, 3 de Abril, 2005  21:48:23 (-0500)
Autor:Oscar A. Gaviria <hk6dos>

North Jersey DX Association
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April 2005
The 60th Anniversary of the Battle of Okinawa  
Friday April 1 through April 15  
Tab The 60th Anniversary of the Battle of Okinawa in WWII The Anaheim Police ARC (W6APD) will operate K6O 1800z to 0200z each day from 1 to 15 APRIL 2005 to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Battle of Okinawa in WWII frequencies: 7250,14253,18150,21350 24950,28450. QSL via KM6HB P.O. Box 27271 Santa Ana, CA 92799 SASE for a picture qsl card, no certificate Contact Mark McMullin, e-mail This is my 3rd and final World War II special event for the year, it has been a privilege to "honor and remember those that have served". also, cards for the k6i 60th anniversary of the battle of Iwo Jima special event are in and cards are being processed. copies of the card can be viewed at
Friday April 1 through April 9  
Tab Paul, K4UJ, will be active from Grand Cayman as ZF2UJ, April 1-9th. Activity will primarily be on: 80m-CW, 40m-CW, 20m-CW/SSB, 17m-CW/SSB, 12m-CW/SSB and 10m-CW/SSB. He will only use 100 watts into a wire antenna on the north side of the island. QSL via his home callsign.

Monday April 4 through April 10  
Tab François, F8DVD will stay for the 10th time in Longyearbyen, Svalbard, between April 4 to 10th 2005 . He will use the JW/F8DVD callsign, from the local ARS station. The traffic is scheduled on all HF bands, mainly in SSB. QSL cards when return either via the French REF Bureau or direct (with 1 USD or 1 IRC for Europeans, 2 USD for the other) , to : François BERGEZ 6, rue de la Liberté, F- 71000 MACON FRANCE Forwarded with 73 by Maurice, F5NQL

Monday April 4 through April 12  
Tab Stig, 9N7JO (LA7JO and HS0ZGD), will be active as A52JO from April 4-12th. Activity will be SSB and CW on all bands outside his working hours. QSL via 9N7JO (Thailand address on Stig Lindblom, Regional Telecoms Officer, UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia (ROSA), PO Box 5815, Lekhnath Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Wednesday April 6 through April 20  
Tab Operators Hans/DL7CM and Sid/DM2AYO will be active as A25/DL7CM (possibly A25CM) and A25/DM2AYO, respectively, April 6-20th. Activity will be on 160-6 meters CW/SSB/RTTY/PSK31. They will have two stations active with amps using a 27m GP, 3 element 5 band beam, HF9V and a 4 element beam for 6m. QSL via their home callsign. Visit their Web page (which will have a log search) at:

Thursday April 7 through April 11  
Tab Hirotada, JAØSC, informs OPDX that he will be visiting here and will be active on the digital modes as well as paticipate in the NVCG SSTV Contest during the first weekend of April. He will also operate before and after the contest between April 7-11th. Hirotada will receive his callsign after his arrival in Macao. Look look for him on 20, 15 and 10 meters SSTV and RTTY. QSL direct to his home callsign (address on
Friday April 15 through April 29  
Tab Dave, G4WFQ, will be active as C6AWF from Treasure Cay, Abaco Island (NA-080), April 15-29th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters including the WARC bands with operations mostly CW, RTTY with some SSB. QSL via G3SWH. There will be an online log on the following Web page, and the log will also be uploaded to the LoTW after the operation. The Web page is:

Friday April 15 through April 29  
Tab Dave, G4WFQ, will be active as C6AWF from Treasure Cay, Abaco Island (NA-080), April 15-29th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters, including the WARC bands, mostly CW and RTTY, with some SSB. Online logs and a log upload to LoTW will be available after the operation. QSL via G3SWH, direct or by the bureau.
Friday April 15 through April 29  
Tab Dave, G4WFQ, will be active as C6AWF from Treasure Cay, Abaco Island (NA-080), April 15-29th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters, including the WARC bands, but mostly CW and RTTY, with some SSB. QSL via G3SWH. Logs will be available online at:

Friday April 15 through April 17  
Tab The 56th Annual International DX Convention will take place on April 15-17th, at the Visalia Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center in Visalia, California. This year's event promises to be a truly international event with program presentations by such notables as:

Roger Western, G3SXW

Veijo Kontas, OH6KN

Martti Laine, OH2BH

Bharati Prasad, VU2RBI

Simon Lehto, OH8OS

Jerry Griffin, YI9MD

Juha Hulkko, OH8NC

Reinaldo Leandro, YV5AMH

Also participating in the presentations will be the following stateside amateurs:

Frank Clement, W6KPC

Charly Harpole, K4VUD

Gerald Youngblood, K5SDR

John Eisenberg, K6YP

Bob Allphin, K4UEE

The Featured Banquet Presentation will be the recent Andaman (VU4) operation presented by K4VUD and VU2RBI. The Sunday breakfast presentation will be the Aves Island DX pedition presented by Reinaldo Leandro, YV5AMH and Martti Laine, OH2BH. Convention registration includes access to all programs, exhibits, the US Tower Barbecue on Saturday, Friday & Saturday evening "attitude adjustments", the Convention Banquet and the Sunday morning (power)Breakfast. Complete details, including a registration form are available on the convention website at: (Note: the caps shown are required to access the web site)

George Allan, W6YD, Chairman, 2005 Visalia International DX Convention E-Mail:

Saturday April 16  
Tab The Israel Amateur Radio Club (IARC) invites all Radio Amateurs and Short Wave Listeners around the world to participate in the annual Holyland DX Contest 2005 on the 16th of April starting at 0000z until 2359z. There were 241 certificates already sent to last year's participants from 58 countries. More information can be found on the IARC Web site at:

Monday April 18 through April 25  
Tab Sigi, DL7DF, will be active from here on a one man operation between April 18-25th. Activity will be on 160-10 meters CW only with a little SSTV. He will have a 700w amp with a beam and dipole antennas. QSL via DL7DF. Watch the following Web page for updates:

Friday April 22 through April 25  
Tab HBØ/IZ1DSH Gherardo, HBØ/IK1WEG Giovanni and HBØ/IZ1GDB, Riccardo from 22/04/2005 to 25/04/2005. CW and SSB on 20,30,40, and 80 meter bands. Locality Gaflei-Malbun. QSL via ARI Buro or direct by home call Tnx from the group .
Friday April 22 through April 26  
Tab Operators Gherardo/IZ1DSH, Giovanni/IK1WEG and Riccardo/IZ1GDB will be active as HB0/homecall, April 22-26th. They plan to operate 80, 40, 30 and 20 meters on CW/SSB. QSL via their home callsigns, direct ( or via the ARI bureau.

Friday April 22 through April 25  
Tab Operators Guido/ON4BAG, Frans/ON4LO, Rob/ON6QX and Ivo/ON6UM will be active as LX/homecall, April 22-25th. Activity will be on 160-10 meters including the WARC bands, on CW, SSB and Digi modes. QSL via the Bureau or the address on


May 2005
Monday May 2 through May 19  
Tab YL operators Elizabeth/VE7YL and Gwen/VK3DYL will operate from Port Vila and Aore Island between May 2-19th. Their Callsigns and detailed QSL information will be forthcoming at a later date.

Wednesday May 4 through May 8  
Tab To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the twin cities of Itterswiller in Alsace and Brehat, operators Laurent, F5AEG, and Frederic (new French operator waiting for his licence), will be active as TM3OBI from Brehat Island (EU-074) from May 4-8th. They will be active on SSB, RTTY and PSK31 on 80-10 meters. QSL via F5AEG.

Thursday May 5 through May 11  
Tab Look for special event station CF3VEDAY to be active from May 5-11th, to celebrate the official opening of the new Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, the national capital of Canada, on May 8th, and the 60th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day (VE Day) which, on May 8, 1945, officially ended the Second World War in Europe. Please visit the CF3VEDAY Web site for station information and QSL info. Web page will also have times, frequencies and names of operators. The CF3VEDAY Web site is:

4U1UN, United Nations HQ NY 
Thursday May 12 through May 15  
Tab Received from Mustapha, DL1BDF On their way to Dayton, Mustapha, DL1BDF, and his friends Karl-Heinz, DL1BAH, Manfred, DK1BT and Stefan, DG2BDB will stop in New York, for they are the 4U1UN ARC guests . They have project some traffic from this station between 12 to 15 of May. QSL this op only via DL1BDF, DARC bureau prefered. At Dayton Hamvention, they will represent both The DARC Club NORDEN (DOK I09) and the ASTRA which is the National Ham Radio Tunisian Scouts organisation. From NY to Dayton and back they will traffic from their mobile-home, as /DKØFI/m, and the US prefix according to the zone where they will be while . QSL via DL1BDF, DARC bureau prefered, too.
Saturday May 14 through May 20  
Tab Ed, HA5BWW, and group of HA operators will be active from here as HB0/homecall, May 14-20th. Activity will be on 160-10 meters, including the WARC bands, mostly CW with some SSB. Look for HBØ/HA5KHC on 144 MHz. QSL via their home callsigns (Bureau is OK).

Sunday May 15 through June 1  
Tab Dany, F5CW, reports that the Clipperton DXpedition team has just received official written clearence from their HQ to organize a 2005 Glorioso DXpedition. Looks like they will use the prefix "TO4G**" and be active between May 15th and June 1st. Activity will be on 160-6 meters, on CW, SSB and Digimodes. Operators mentioned are: Didier/F5OGL (leader), Christian/TZ6SA, Dany/F5CW, Eric/FM5JC, Pascal/F5PTM, Freddy/F5IRO, Yves/F5MSR, Vicent/F8UNF, Luc/FR5IZ, Jean-Luc/F5AEP, Olivier/F1AAK and David/F0CRS. The QSL Manager is Didier, F5OGL. QSL via the REF Bureau or direct to: Didier Senmartin, Boite postale 7, F-53320 Loiron, FRANCE. A web page is currently under construction and can be view at:

A35, TONGA.  
Monday May 23 through June 7  
Tab YL operators Elizabeth/VE7YL and Gwen/VK3DYL will operate from Nuku'alofa and Vava'u between May 23rd and June 7th. Their callsigns and detailed QSL information will be forthcoming at a later date.

Thursday May 26 through May 30 NA-080 
Tab Duncan, EA5ON, will once again be active from Freeport as GM7CXM/C6A. His provisional dates are from May 26th to May 30th. As in previous years, this is a business trip, but he hope to be fairly active on 80-10 meters, mostly on SSB but also some digitals, and perhaps participating a bit in the CQWW WPX CW Contest. The IOTA reference is NA-080 (Grand Bahama Island). QSL via EA5ON, direct or via the bureau.


June 2005
Tuesday June 7 through July 7  
Tab Steve, VE2TKH, informs OPDX readers that those who are still not aware of the CY9SS DXpedition to St-Paul Island between June 7th and July 7th, a Web site is now available at: The team is still searching for operators and sponsors. The team leader is Robby, VY2SS, and he can be reached for questions at:

Sunday June 12 through June 24  
Tab Operators Bob/K7LAY (father) and Harry/K7LAZ (son) will be on a mini DXpedition/ham vacation to here between June 12-24th. Activity will be on all bands 160-10 meters with an emphasis on CW. Callsigns will be VP5/homecall. QSL via their home callsigns
Saturday June 18 through June 22  
Tab During the Rotary's International Centennial Convention this June, the Rotarians of Amateur Radio (ROAR) will operate a special event station, W9R, beginning June 18th and concluding June 22nd. This station will be based within the Lakefront parking area of Chicago's Soldier Field immediately adjacent to the McCormick Convention Center. The equipment that will be used is being loaned to ROAR by the Chicago Chapter of the American Red Cross. The station equipment is part of the Emergency Communications Response Vehicle which will also be on display. Suggested frequencies are: 3955, 7280, 14293, 21310 and 28560 kHz (as band conditions dictate). Visit the following Web site for additional information and operating schedule: ADDED NOTE: Rotary International is a worldwide organization of business and professional persons. They are united to provide humanitarian service and encourage high ethical standards in all vocations which helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Rotary International has 31,936 clubs in 159 countries.


July 2005
Friday July 22 through August 7  
Tab Dr. Karl, OE3JAG, is expected to be active as S79JAG from Mahe between July 22nd and August 7th. This will be a DX holiday style operation, and Karl will be using a FT-817, running QRP, with random wire and dipole antennas. Further information can be found on Karl's Web site at:
Wednesday July 27 through August 3  
Tab A DXpedition is tentatively scheduled to last 7 days in July 2005 (July 27th-August 3rd). Operators Joe/W8GEX, Wayne/K8LEE and Phil/W9IXX will be active on all bands 160-6 meters, CW, SSB PSK and RTTY. They plan to be active in the IOTA Contest. Callsign will be CYØAA and the QSL Manager is K8LEE. They will try to have online logs during the operation. Visit their Web page at: http://www.wb8xx/sable The team is still look for funding.

Friday July 29 through August 7  
Tab Paul/K9OT and Peg/KB9LIE will be active as FP/homecalls July 29th through August 7th. They will operate from the world-famous Room 5 at the Maxotel on Miquelon (NA-132) using CW and SSB, 100 watts and wire vertical antennas, plus a beam for 6 meters. Main bands will be 80, 40, and 30 meters CW and 40, 20, and 17 meters SSB, with activity on 160 meters and the higher bands if they appear to be open. They plan to be active in the RSGB IOTA Contest as Single-Operators and as FP/K9OT in the CW NA QSO Party. QSL via their homecalls (good in QRZ) with a SASE, or 1 greenstamp, Euro or IRC (old or new). Bureau cards are accepted but e-QSLs will not be acknowledged. Their Web page is at:

August 2005
Saturday August 6 through August 13  
Tab HEADING NORTH FOR THE SUMMER! Hector, EA3EKS, will be active from Greenland and Iceland this summer. Look for him to be operating from Greenland as OX/EA3EKS, August 2-5th, and from Iceland as TF/EA3EKS, August 6-13th. His bands and modes of activity were not provided. QSL via direct to: P.O.BOX 729, 43080 TARRAGONA, SPAIN.


November 2005
APDXC 2005 Convention 
Friday November 18 through November 20 Osaka , Japan 
Tab APDXC 2005. "DXers and Contesters are cordially invited to the Asia Pacific DX Convention (APDXC), which will take place November 18-20th, 2005, as the first Asian international DX event. In addition to the presentations of recent DXpeditions, technical sessions, displays, etc. that you find at most large DX conventions, this convention offers something special such as a tour to the Icom factory, a technical session led by the Icom IC7800 design team, a tour to the electronics district, and more, since it is being held in the country in which most of the amateur radio equipment is developed. For the non-hams accompanying you, there will be activities in which they can enjoy Japanese culture. Activities like a tea ceremony and flower arranging are being prepared. We would appreciate your introducing this convention to your DX/contest club members. See our website for more details at:

For convention updates, please visit the Web site and send an E-mail to subscribe to the APDXC newsletter. We look forward to welcoming you at the APDXC in Osaka, Japan....." APDXC Committee / JA3USA