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Asunto:[dxcolombia] Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin No. 714
Fecha:Domingo, 19 de Junio, 2005  20:46:16 (-0500)
Autor:Oscar A. Gaviria <hk6dos>

Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin No. 714

The Ohio/Penn DX PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 714
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
June 20, 2005

4X, ISRAEL. Look for 4X0WV to be active once again in the 2005 CQWW SSB
Contest (October 29-30th). The operator is West Virginia's ARRL Section
Manager and Potomac Valley Radio Club (PVRC) contester, Hal, W8HC
(ex-KC8FS). He will return to Israel in October for a third consecutive
CQWW SSB Contest from the IARC Club Station 4X4REM in Reut, located
between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Joining Hal this year is Jerry, K8OQL,
another PVRCer from West Virginia. They will operate as a Multi-Single
entry using 4X0WV during the contest. The special callsign was used last
year by Hal and Dave, WA8WV. QSL to W8HC or via the bureau.

5H, TANZANIA. On Saturday afternoon there was a meeting of the National
Capital DX Association at (Frank) W3LPL's QTH, and Ralph Karhammer, VK4VB
(aka 5H3RK), announced that he would be leaving Sunday, June 19th for
Tanzania. Look for him on 40/20/15 meters CW. QSL via: Ralph Karhammer,
1306 34th Street NW, Washington, DC 20007-2801.

9J, ZAMBIA. James, 9J2CA, has been active recently on 20/17 meters CW.
Watch these bands around 0430z and between 1400-1600z (maybe as late
as 1830z). His QSL Manager is Phil, G3SWH. Phil states, "I have now
received all of James' historic logs and the QSL cards from the printers."

A6, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (News from ON5NT). Ghis, A6/ON5NT, informs OPDX
that about 10 new A61-one-letter-suffix callsigns/licenses have recently
been issued to local operators. OPDX has seen QSNs for A61M, A61Q and
A61R. Look for A6/ON5NT to be active from Dubai until the end of June and
then again during August and September. Ghis will spend his holidays at
home in Belgium during the whole month of July. A multicolor-picture of
A6/ON5NT QSLs will be ready on his return home in July. All cards received
as of now will be answered in July. He tells OPDX that he has made 9000
    ADDED NOTES FROM GHIS. Ghis provides the following updates on the
    operators in the World Food Programme:

    ST, Sudan: Dane/S57CQ (aka ST2T) has left Sudan. He might be back
               there later in the year.
    TT8, Chad: Michael, PA5M (TT8M), will return to Abeche, Eastern Chad
               around June 20th for about another month's stay and will
               then be leaving Chad. As soon as Michael has arrived,
               Pierre, HB9AMO (TT8AMO), will be leaving Chad. During
               the middle of last week, Pierre was up to 10000 QSOs.

B*HQ, CHINA. The Chinese Radio Sports Association (CRSA) HQ stations will
be on air during the 2005 IARU HF World Championship. Nine well-equipped
contest stations will sign 5 different special callsign on 160-10 meters,
CW and SSB. They want to produce the best score ever done in China. Look
for the following stations to be active:
  Callsign   Band/Mode   Host Station   Operator
  --------   ---------   ------------   --------
   B2HQ      160m/SSB       BA2QA        BD2QA
   B2HQ      160m/CW        BA2QA        BD2QA
   B7HQ       80m/SSB                    BA7NI
   B4HQ       80m/CW        BA4RF        BA4RF
   B4HQ       40m/SSB       BY4RSA       BD5RV/4
   B1HQ       40m/CW        BY1PK        BA1RB
   B7HQ       20m/SSB       BA7JA        BA7JA
   B4HQ       20m/CW        BY4BZB       BA4ED
   B1HQ       15m/SSB                    BA1AJ
   B7HQ       15m/CW        BD7IPD       BA7NQ
   B4HQ       10m/SSB       BA4RC        BA4RC
   B3HQ       10m/CW        BY3CC        BA3CE

  ADDED NOTE: Two awards are available: CRSA HQ Award and the CRSA 0-9
  District Award. Please contact BA4RF for details at:

CY9SS, ST. PAUL ISLAND. The CY9SS operation still continues in spite of
some early related weather problems. Reportedly, there are more operators
on the island now. This past Sunday activity was heard on 160/40/20/15/6
meters some SSB and CW. There seems to be some confusion on the QSL
address. There are three different addresses for VY2SS.
  HamCall: Robert Robertson, #57 Tranquility Land, Bloomfield,
           PE C0B 1E0, Canada Robert Robertson, #57 Tranquility Land, Oleary,
           PE C0B 1E0, Canada
 Web Page: Robert Robertson, RR#3, Oleary, PEI, Canada C0B 1V0
Since the CY9SS operation has a Web page with an address, OPDX suggests
to use that address. However, OPDX would think all three addresses are
"OK", because "Prince Edward Island" (PE or PEI) is not all that big.

GREEK (J4) ISLAND TOUR. Antonio, IK8VRH, and possibly others have announced
their "2005 IOTA SV Tour". Activity will be on 20/17/15 meters CW/SSB/RTTY.
QSL via IK8VRH. The proposed schedule is as follows:
      Dates         Greek Island    Reference Numbers       Callsign
  --------------   --------------   -----------------       --------
  August 12-14th - Spetses Island   EU-075 LH-GRE063        J48RH/P
  August 16-18th - Dokos Island     EU-075 LH-GRE058        J48RH/P
  August 20-22nd - Kityra Island    EU-113 LH-GRE120 *      J48RH/P
  August 24-26th - Sapientia Island EU-158 LH-GRE116 **     J43RH/P
          *  Or possibly Elofonnisos Island (NO LH)
          ** Or possibly Skiza Island (NO LH)

    The GDXF will honor Mrs. Bharathi, VU2RBI, and the NIAR VU4 DXpedition
    team with an "Award of Appreciation" at Hamradio Friedrichshafen. The
    ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 25th, 4:00 PM, Hall A2,
    Room 2 and will be attended by representatives of the Indian Embassy
    and the Indian Ministry of Communication & IT.

    Following the ceremony and as a part of the GDXF program, Mrs. Bharathi
    will give a lecture about the VU4 DXpedition.

    VU2RBI, VU4 DXpedition members and more VU hams, which operated during
    the Tsunami disaster from the Nikobar Islands, can be visited at the
    NIAR/GDXF booth during the Hamradio exhibition.

    GDXF is glad to announce that a special VU4 QSL service will be
    available at their booth on Friday, June 24th, 3-4:00 PM and Saturday,
    June 25th, 1-3:00 PM.

    Furthermore, the GDXF HAMRADIO program will include further

      Following the VU4 lecture, Bob, KK6EK, will give a report about
      the planned K7C, Kure Island Dxpedition.

      Already on Friday afternoon, 4:00 PM, Hall A2, Room 3, Andrea,
      IK1PMR, will give a presentation about the February 2004 6O0CW
      DXpedition to Somalia.

    GDXF hopes to have arranged an attractive program and would be
    pleased if many visitors visit their booth.

ILLW UPDATE. Mike, GM4SUC, reports that as of Sunday, June 19th, there are
already 164 stations in 31 countries that have confirmed their participation
in the 2005 International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend, August 20-21st. A
list of the stations with QTH and QSL information can be found at:
If you want to join in the fun during the ILLW, please listen for other
lighthouse or lightship stations. They wish to remind non-U.S. CW stations
to operate above 14025 kHz to allow access by Advanced Class U.S. amateurs.
Operations below 14225 kHz just eliminates the potential for some U.S.
hams to work the LH stations. Last year there were 376 lighthouse/lightship
stations active during the ILLW. So come and join them in the fun during
the ILLW and make a total of over 400 lighthouse/ship station contacts. An
entry form can be found on the web page at:

IOTA NEWS..................
   AS-117.  Operators JA0HNA, JE0OMG and JH0OLD plan to be active as
            homecall/p from Awa Island (JIIA AS-117-062) Niigata prefecture,
            from July 8-11th. QSL via their home callsigns, direct or by
            the Bureau. Visit the JIIA Award Web page at:

   AS-133.  Operators Jacques/ON4AJV and Willem/ON6TZ plan to be active
            as XU7TAS from Koh Tas Island between October 30th and November
            10th. Activity will be around the clock on all HF bands, CW and
            SSB. QSL via ON4AJV (

   AS-147.  Look for 7L3ATQ/8 to be active from Teuri Island (JIIA
            AS-147-008) Hokkaido coast Island, now through June 21st.
            QSL via the home callsign, direct or by the bureau.

   EU-020.  Martin, SM0DTK, will be active as SM0DTK/1 from Gotland Island
            now through  August 28th. QSL via his home callsign, direct
            or by the bureau.

   EU-093.  Steve, G0SGB, will be active as EA5/G0SGB from either Tabarca
            Island (DIE E-006) and/or Benidorm Island (DIE E-007), June
            20-30th. Look for him primarily on SSB on 14264 kHz daily.
            QSL via his home callsign, direct only.

   EU-189.  Activity by MS0IRC/p from Rockall Island took place Thursday,
            June 16th. Some 262 QSOs were made, enough for the operation
            to meet IOTA qualification requirements. Operation was cut
            short due to weather.

   NA-057.  Operators Rick/W7AV, Darleen/K6JEN and Bob/KB7TX will be active
            from Utila Island (Grid EK66), Honduras, now through June 30th.
            Callsigns were not mentioned but will probably be HR9/homecall.
            Their activity will be on 40-15 meters CW/SSB/PSK. They are
            expected to concentrate on 6 meters when and if the band is
            open. There will be a breakable CW beacon (HR9/W7AV) directed
            towards the U.S. on 50110 kHz. QSL to their home callsigns.

   NA-058.  Tad, WF4W will be active as  WF4W/4 from Jekyll Island from
            October 28th through November 2nd including a Single-Op effort
            in the CQWW SSB Contest. Outside of the contest, Tad will
            operate on the suggested IOTA frequencies, mostly CW, 80-10
            meters including the WARC bands. There is a possibility of
            some SSB and RTTY operations. QSL via his home callsign,
            direct or via the Bureau.

J3, GRENADA. Remember to look for Dick, K5AND, as J3/K5AND on June 24th.
He will be on the Island of Grenada (IOTA NA-024) until July 3rd. Also
along on the trip are Arliss/W7XU, Holly/N0QJM and Johan/ON4IQ. Activity
will be on CW/SSB on 6 meters (50107 kHz) and 2 meters. There will also
be a 2m EME operation using the JT65a digital mode. You can make EME
skeds on the following sites:
                             NO SKEDS until they arrive on the island!

KH5, PALMYRA ISLAND (Postponed). Kimo Chun/KH7U and Patrick Guerin/NH6UY
announced that their working trip to Palmyra, KH5, from June 28-30th, has
been postponed. The announcement stated that their airplane seats were
needed for other passagers. However, they are expected to go there for a
few days later in the year, perhaps in a month or two. They state, "As
always, operations are never predictable as we have specific tasks to
complete and a somewhat short time to do them in. Generally, operations
occur at local night time with the possibility of the hours at dawn and
later. It is pretty much the same time zone as Hawaii, KH6/KH7 (UTC minus
10h). A new announcement will be forthcoming when we know more."

KP2, U.S. VIRGIN ISLAND. Bob/W9UI and his wife Traudel/WD6CTL will be at
Windwood on the Island of St. Croix from June 23rd to July 8th. Like the
other SWODXAers going to St Lucia, they will be on the lookout for 6 meter
sporadic E contacts. At other times, they will be on HF (or diving!). QSL
both operations via W9UI (by the bureau or direct).

LA, NORWAY. Giovanni, IZ2DPX, will be active as LA/IZ2DPX/P from July
11-17th.  Activity will be with a FT-817 on HF and 6 meters. QSL via
his home callsign, direct or by the Bureau. Visit his Web page at:

NEW LIGHTHOUSE WEB SITE. Visit the new Web site for the "Worked All
Italian Lighthouses Award" (WAIL) at:
There are new rules and many new references numbers. Other lighthouse
Web sites to visit are:

OE50, AUSTRIA. The Austrian Amateur Radio Society will take part in the
2005 IARU-HF-Championship on July 9-10th. Their Club station will be on
24 hours on all bands, and they will work in the Headquarters-Section.
The callsign will be OE50A, and during the Contest they will give out the
HQ-Multi: OVSV. QSL via the bureau or direct to:
OVSV-HQ, Eisvogelgasse 4/1, 1050 Wien, Austria.
ADDED NOTE: This year it is also possible to earn two diplomas:
  1. The W-OE-XHQ Diploma: For this Diploma, you have to work OE1XHQ-OE9XHQ
     or OE50A on 6 different Bands/Modes.
  2. The OE50-Diploma: Austrian Amateur Radio Operators are celebrating
     50 Years State Treaty with the Special Prefix OE50 from Jan. 1, 2005,
     to Dec. 31, 2005.
In 2005, Austria celebrates the 50th anniversary of the signing of the
State Treaty which established political autonomy for the Austrian Republic
after occupation by the Allied countries - the USA, Great Britain, France
and the Soviet Union.

OH0, ALAND ISLAND. Tomi, OH6EI, will be active as OH0Z during the IARU
HF Championships Contest (July 9-10th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power
entry (possibly CW or Mixed, not yet decided yet). QSL via OH5DX.

PJ2, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES. Operators Geoff/W0CG, Martin/W1MD, Joe/W9JUV,
John/N4RV and Charles/K1XX will be active from Curacao as PJ2T during
the CQ WW DX SSB Contest (October 29-30th) as a Multi-2 entry. QSL via
N9AG. Visit the PJ2T Web page at:

QSL INFO AND NEWS......................
  MORE ABOUT IRCS AND SWEDEN. The information about IRCs for HZ1EX by
  QSL Manager SM0BYD has now been changed for SM0BYD on It
  seems that IRCs are NOT sold in Sweden, but accepted for postage but
  with "problems"...

  QSL MM0DFV/p and GM0WRR/p (Activity this past weekend from WAB square
  NX13 at the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse [ARLHS SCO-144] in Dumfries
  and Galloway Council Area.) via the RSGB QSL-Bureau or direct.

R750/RK2/UA2, KALININGRAD (Special Activity/Event/Prefix). Victor, UA2FM,
RK2FWA Trustee, wants to remind everyone that from June 20th to July 20th,
UA2 hams will be active with a R750 prefix celebrating the 750th anniversary
of Konigsberg - Kaliningrad. He mentions that this month is a great
opporunity to get their awards without QSL cards. Please, see the rules
at the following Web sites. (Don't be confused with the cyrillic letters,
move your cursor down, the English text is also there.):

Kaliningrad - Koenigsberg 750:
Kaliningrad Districts Award:

  Most of the callsigns are suffix based, but some may be different. Please,
do not send cards via Box 88 Moscow, since they do not cooperate with the
SRR QSL bureau. Use the UA2 QSL Bureau address instead:  UA2 QSL Bureau,
ROSTO Technical School, ul.Ozernaya 31, Kaliningrad, 236029 Russia.
Otherwise follow the operator's QSL instructions. Also, look for the UA2
Contest Club station, RK2FWA (aka RW2F), to be active signing R750KG during
the above dates. Please, see for QSL info, or use the above bureau

SV9, CRETE. Tomaz, S59W, will be active as SV9/S59W on EU-015 between
July 25th and August 14th. His activity will be limited, but he will
be active in the RGSB IOTA Contest (July 30-31st) as a Single-Op/All-Band/
Low-Power entry. QSL via his home callsign.

T68, AFGHANISTAN. Johnny, LA5IIA, who has been active as T68G since March,
informs OPDX that he will be working with UNICEF (Afghanistan) as a Telecom
Officer until March 2007. He mentions that he will do his best to stay
active as much as possible with an emphasis on CW, the WARC bands, low
bands (He will do special effort towards North, Central and South America
on 160-30m during winter season.) and some digimodes. However, he does
state, "Be aware that power cut offs, unstable voltage, heavy thunderstorms
and incredible man made noise makes it difficult to keep up a regular
and steady activity." Johnny was heard this past week very active on 20
meters RTTY between 1230-2000z. His equipment is: FT-1000D, IC-706 MKIIG,
ACOM 1000, R8 mulitband vertical, dipoles, 1/4 lmb vertical on 80m,
inverted L on 160m and Pennant RX antennas for the low bands. QSL via
LA4YW or via the info on Visit his Web page at:

TA, TURKEY (Also, IOTA op!). Look for Goran, YZ1SG, to be active (during
his spare time) this week from Bodrum, Turkey, as TA4/YZ1SG, and also
from Karaada Island (AS-098) as TA0/YZ1SG. Activity will last until
June 29th. He states that he will use 100 watts and verticals. QSL is
"OK" via the bureau or direct via his home callsign.

UA0, ASIATIC RUSSIA (New RRA!). Look for Andre/RA0CS/p, Slava/UA0AOZ/0
and Vlad/UA0ACG/0 to activate Toki Island (RR-14-05 new one, RDA: HK-15)
located in the Bay of Sakhalin Group, June 24-26th. Activity will be on
CW, SSB and BPSK31. QSL via their home callsigns. For details on the
Russian Robinson Award (RRA), visit the following Web page at:

V3, BELIZE. Jerald/K0BCN and Mike/WQ5C will be active as V31MX and V31MQ,
respectively, from Caye Caulker (NA-073), between October 26th and
November 1st. Look for V31MQ to operate in the CQ WW DX SSB Contest
(October 29-30th) as a Single-Op/Single-Band/Low-Power entry (band TBD
upon arrival). Outside of the contest they will be active on 20/17/15/12/10
meters CW/SSB/PSK. QSL via their home callsigns.

ZD9, GOUGH ISLAND. Larry, W1MLG, informs OPDX that Andy Repetto, ZD9BV,
and his XYL, Lorraine, ZD9CO, are in Capetown, South Africa until September
2005. Lorraine required hospitalization, but she is now out and recovering.
Andy is requesting/looking for a possible donation of a small rig that
might be used for his return trip. He mentions that a possibility exists
for a stop at Gough Island on the journey. He can be contacted in Capetown
at the following local telephone number: 4613591

ZK1, SOUTH COOK ISLANDS. Tommy, VK2IR, will be active as ZK1IIR starting
July 2-12th. Activity will be on all bands SSB from 40-6 meters. He is
looking for a QSL Manager. His Email address is: