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The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster DX Bulletin No. 1556

The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 1556
BID: $OPDX.1556
March 7, 2022
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF80.ORG (Cleveland, Ohio)
Written/Sent from Strongsville, Ohio

 


Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX
Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, the AB5K's AR Cluster
Networks, NJ1Q & W1AW, W2PLK, NG3K & ADXO, W3UR & The Daily DX, W4VQ,
W7GJ, AJ8B, K8YSE, W8GEX & 60m DX News, W8HC, W9EWZ, 5V7JA, DL1SBF, DL7UXG
& The DX News Letter, DXNews.com, DX-World.Net, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX,
G3RWL, G3VYI, I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, RW6HS, Sixitalia Weekly and
VA3RJ & ICPO for the following DX information.

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** EDITOR'S SPECIAL NOTICES: This week's bulletin was sent out earlier
 than normal to accommodate the late ARRL International DX SSB Contest
 announcements. Also, we wanted to provide the readers with a consolidated
 listing of the ARRL DX SSB Contest participants.

DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT: According to the AR-Cluster Network for the
week of Sunday, 27th-February, through Sunday, 6th-March there were 211
countries active. Countries available: 3B8, 3D2, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4O,
4S, 4U1U, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5T, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8Q, 8R, 9A, 9G,
9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9Q, 9V, 9Y, A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3,
C6, CE, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, DL, DU, E5/n, E5/s, E7,
EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, EU, EX, EY, F, FG, FJ, FK, FM,
FO, FR, FS, FW, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HH,
HI, HK, HL, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J3, J6, J7, J8, JA, JT, JW, JY, K,
KG4, KH2, KH6, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OH0, OK,
OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P2, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ4, PJ5, PJ7, PY, PY0F, PZ, S0, S2,
S5, S7, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T7, T8, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TR, TY,
TZ, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9N, VP2E,
VP5, VP8, VP9, VR, VU, XE, XU, XX9, YB, YI, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z3,
Z6, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZF, ZL, ZP, ZS

* PLEASE NOTE: The report "could" contain "Pirate/SLIM" operations or
 more likely a "BUSTED CALLSIGN". As always, you never know - "Work
 First Worry Later".

5UA, NIGER (Unusual Callsign). Giorgio, IU5HWS (ex-YI9WS), is now in
Niamey, Niger, and is active as 5UA99WS until March 20th. Activity has
been on 20 meters SSB after 1100z. QSL via EA5GL or LoTW.

5V, TOGO (Update). Andy, 5V7JA (KB9IJI), who lives in Mango, Togo (WW Loc.
JK00FI), since 2016 with a mission radio station and hospital, informs
OPDX that he and his family do return to the States from time to time.
He also mentions, "I have a FT-891 and omni-directional MP-1 Super Antenna.
I'm mostly on digi-modes (FT8, JT65, WSPR, JS8CALL, Winlink) between 0000-
0200z and SSB some weekends. No promises, but I'm happy to try and schedule
a QSO." QSL via eQSL or LoTW. Andy states, "I'm happy to still send you an
old-fashioned paper card in the mail from Togo. Just let me know
(kb9iji@gmail.com). Thanks for your patience waiting on the mail system."

8P, BARBADOS. Charles, 8P6ET, will be active as 8P1W during the ARRL
Inter. DX SSB Contest (March 5-6th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/Low-Power
entry. He will also be active later in the month during the CQWW WPX
SSB Contest (March 26-27th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/Low-Power entry.
QSL 8P1W via KU9C.

8P, BARBADOS. Richard "Dick", G3RWL, will once again be active as 8P6DR
from Barbados (NA-021) between March 7-31st. Activity will be holiday
style on 80-10 meters using CW only. He plans to be in the 85th 2022
BERU (British Commonwealth) Contest (March 12-13th). Dick suggests,
"Just tell your readers NOT to respond to BERU contesters on 12/13 March
(it makes us laugh at you)" [because it is a non-US contest]. QSL via
his home callsign, direct or by the Bureau using ClubLog's OQRS. See
QRZ.com for more QSL info.

8Q, MALDIVES. Laurent "Lolo", F8CZI, will be active as 8Q7ZI from the
Maldives (AS-013) between March 9-21st. Activity will be holiday style
in CW and SSB using a KX3 into a end-feed antenna. QSL via F8CZI.

9H, MALTA. Mike, G3VYI, will be active as 9H/G3VYI and 9H6YI from south-
west Gozo between March 11-13th, during the RSGB Commonwealth CW Contest.
He informs OPDX on March 1st, that he will be "Traveling with XYL from
UK overland/ferry leaving this week, via Sicily and Malta, as IT9/G3VYI
and 9H/G3VYI en route." Activity in Malta will be field day style from
a high site using his camper-van on all bands using a 100w rig into ver-
ticals and backup dipoles for 40/20/10m. QSL via G3VYI.

9N, NEPAL. Robert, 9N7AA (S53R), posted the following update on QRZ.com,
MARCh 1st [edited]: I continue being on 30m long path to NA on 10131 kHz
FT8/FH daily, from approximately 12:00 to 13:00Z, after which the band
goes flat here, and I usually move to 17m for NA. Only well-equipped NA
and SA stations get over the nasty local QRM that constantly ranges from
S7-9 on 30m. Nevertheless, I see a lot of light and overlapping traces,
mostly in the 1100-1800Hz range. Very difficult to decode at such low
signal levels, so check your TX slot before you transmit and spread out
- you have all the space up to at least 2800Hz. That sure raises your
chances.
 On 17m the usable path to NA varies daily, with no forecast tool cor-
rectly predicting whether long or short path is better. VOACAP typically
shows both being equally usable, at least in the 13:00-15:00Z window,
but it is either-or from what I see. Check both and see what is best
on a particular day.
 Local QRM is at the "never seen before" level in the whole HF spectrum,
but much worse on bands starting with 20m and lower. 17/15/12&10m are
fairly "clean" compared to low portion of the spectrum and allow decent
copy and runs, at least into EU and JA. I am still in the process of
bringing in a "QRM buster" device, but it may not be available for the
rest of this winter season. Ultra Beam / WIMO 2-element Yagi (40-6m)
works great and with the 180-degree instant switching allows for quick
path checks, or to work someone calling from the opposite direction.
 For the time being, activity will only be on 40-6m, while the 80/160
meter antenna remains a project for the summer months. This will also
give me some extra time to try and find a solution for the interference.
Note that 60m band is not permitted in Nepal.
 Because of the QRM, the operation on 30m and lower will only be on
FT8 / FH for the time being - not that I like it, not at all, but.. On
other bands, the vast majority of activity is, of course, CW.
 QSL via S57DX, direct only, and of course, LoTW and ClubLog will be
updated at least once a week. For PayPal requests you can use
s57dx@yahoo.com and OQRS will be set up soon. And - no Flags, QRZ.com
log, eQSL, etc..
 Please note that 9N7AA was previously operated by Andy, UA3AA. QSL
info for Andy's operation from March-April 2014 is via Andy Gromov,
PO Box 873, Brooklyn, NY 11230, USA.

C5, THE GAMBIA (Reminder). Don, G3XTT, will once again be active as C56DF
from The Gambia between March 9-18th. He is there for the 85th Commonwealth
Contest (BERU) [March 12-13th]. Look for operation before and maybe after
the contest. Activity will be on various bands, probably all CW like last
time using low power (IC-7300 and wires) from a rooftop apartment. He
will, of course, upload logs to LoTW and ClubLog, but possibly only after
his return to the UK. QSL direct to Don's home callsign or via ClubLog's
OQRS.

CT9, MADEIRA. Operators Klaus/DJ9KM and Georg/DD8ZX, will be active as
CT9/DJ9KM and CT9/DD8ZX from Madeira Island (AF-014) between March 5-12th.
Activity will be holiday style on 40-10 meters using mainly FT8 and RTTY.
QSL via their home callsigns, direct, by the Bureau or LoTW.

D4, CAPE VERDE. Massimo "Max", IZ4DPV, is now active as D4K from Sao
Vicente Island (AF-086). The length of his stay is unknown. Look for
him to be in the ARRL Inter. DX SSB Contest (March 5-6th). Outside of
the contest, Max plans to be on 6 meters. QSL via his home callsign.

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME (DST). Next weekend it will be time to change your
clocks again. Countries in the Northern Hemisphere (most of N. American
and some of the Caribbean) who observe Daylight Saving Time should change
their clocks on Sunday, March 13th at 2:00 AM, and should move their
"local clocks" forward 1 hour to 3:00:00 AM local time. Daylight Saving
Time will end on Sunday, November 6th at 2:00 AM. European countries will
switch to DST on March 27th. For the history and details about DST, as
well as an interesting map of the world (showing the countries who observe
DST), see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daylight_saving_time
 http://www.timeanddate.com/time/dst/2022.html
ADDED NOTES: Hopefully, all amateur radio operators know not to change
their GMT/UTC/ZULU clocks. However, since most operators usually set their
computers to local time, some may have to change their settings on "some"
ham radio software (ex. logging, propagation, DXTelnet, etc..) programs.

DAY-XENIA HAMVENTION NEWS (SWODXA DX DINNER ANNOUNCEMENT; Press Release,
dated March 1st). Bill Salyers, AJ8B (aj8b@arrl.org), from the Southwest
Ohio DX Association, sent out the following [edited]: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 The SouthWest Ohio DX Association (SWODXA) has announced that Dr. Scott
Wright, K0MD, will be the keynote speaker at the 37th annual DX Dinner.
The dinner, held in conjunction with the 2022 Dayton Hamvention, will be
on Friday, May 20th, at the Marriott Hotel in Dayton.
 Scott will present the "High C's of DXing - Operating in The Caribbean,
Chile, and China".
 Scott has been licensed for 45 years and is a life member of the ARRL
and its' Maxim Society. He retains membership in RSGB, CDXC, CWops, A1
Operator Club, MWA and TCDXA. He has also served as the president of the
Rochester DX and Context Club.
 Scott was Editor of National Contest Journal (NCJ), 2018-2019-2020. He
has had Contest operations from: China (B1Z), Chile, Uruguay, Turks and
Caicos.
 Scott's DX awards include 7-Band DXCC, WAZ + Diamond Jubilee WAZ, CQ WPX
Award of Excellence, CQ 5 Band WAZ, ARRL WAS (8 bands), ARRL Triple Play
award, ARRL WAC, and 323 DXCC entities worked.
 His Contesting Awards include # 1 Asia - CQ WPX CW 2007 as part of B1Z
M-M team, #1 Chile - CQ WW CW 2009 - SOAB, #1 World - ARRL DX SSB with
W0GJ and WA0MHJ as VP5H in the multi-single HP category, Several W0 #1
scores in NAQP SSB and #2 US SOSB CQ WPX CW 20 meters.
 Professionally, Scott has been a leader in the fight against COVID 19
from the Mayo Clinic where he is a Professor of Medicine and an academic
cardiologist. His research and international teaching invitations have
provided many opportunities for travel and radio operation globally.
 For more information and to order dinner tickets, visit
 WWW.SWODXAEVENTS.ORG and follow us on Twitter (@SWODXA).
 ------------------------------------------------------

DDARS PRESENTATION. The Denby Dale Amateur Radio Society (DDARS) had a
ZOOM presentation with Adrian, KO8SCA, about his DXpeditions. Adrian
devoted his talk to the 2021 trip to Market Reef operating OJ0C on the
tiny piece of rock between Sweden and Finland! He also previewed upcoming
DXpeditions in 2023 to Swains and especially to Bouvet Island the second
most sought after DX entity. 3Y0J is a hugely impressive and difficult
endeavour by a group of amateurs including Adrian himself. To view this
presentation on YouTube.com, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdfUXA6MqeA
Video is about 1:35 mins. long.

DXCC'S MOST WANTED (ClubLog). The "DXCC Most Wanted" entities list has
been updated on ClubLog as of March 3rd. The list contains 340 entities.
The following are the top 26 entities:
 1. P5 DPRK (North Korea) 14. KH4 Midway Island
 2. 3Y/B Bouvet Island 15. ZS8 Prince Edward & Marion Islands
 3. FT5/W Crozet Island 16. PY0S Saint Peter and Paul Rocks
 4. BS7H Scarborough Reef 17. PY0T Trindade & Martim Vaz Islands
 5. CE0X San Felix Islands 18. KP5 Desecheo Island
 6. BV9P Pratas Island 19. VP8S South Sandwich Islands
 7. KH7K Kure Island 20. KH5 Palmyra & Jarvis Islands
 8. KH3 Johnston Island 21. ZL9 New Zealand Subantarctic Islands
 9. 3Y/P Peter 1 Island 22. FK/C Chesterfield Island
 10. FT5/X Kerguelen Island 23. EZ Turkmenistan
 11. FT/G Glorioso Island 24. YK Syria
 12. VK0M Macquarie Island 25. JD/M Minami Torishima
 13. YV0 Aves Island 26. VK0H Heard Island

 There have been no changes in the "Top 26" since we last reported
 back on February 7th. The complete "DXCC Most Wanted" entities list
 (340) is available at: https://secure.clublog.org/mostwanted.php

EX0, KYRGYZSTAN. Operators Yuri/R2DY, Pavel/R2DX and Eugeni/RW3FB will
be active as EX0QR from the south shore of Issyk-Kul Lake, Kyrgyzstan,
between March 5-16th. This is their second operation from there. Activity
will be on 160-10 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes. QSL via R2DX,
direct, by the Bureau or ClubLog's OQRS.

FH, MAYOTTE (2022 6m EME DXpedition Update). Lance, W7GJ, sent out the
following announcement February 28th [edited]: GOOD news: I have purchased
all the airline tickets and excess baggage fees and have made a deposit on
a rental house in Mayotte (FH) in LH27nb for September 6-18th this year.
After exhaustive research, this appears to be the best - and possibly the
ONLY - suitable site on Mayotte for 6m EME!
 I have already obtained written approval to operate as FH/W7GJ, but also
have applied for a non-compound callsign (TO7GJ). There is no published
record of anybody ever working FH from USA on 6m, so I am sure if you are
in NA, you still need it! If you were thinking about trying 6m DX via EME,
*THIS IS YOUR OFFICIAL 6 MONTH WARNING!* You have plenty of time to get
that larger yagi or array up, and get that new 6m amplifier going! Please
spread the news widely throughout the 6m community!
 I will have access to WiFi, but I will be using it primarily to update my
computer clock and my list of daily stations worked to the Magic Band EME
email group. I expect to be using the most current version of Q65-60A mode
for all my EME operation and strongly suggest you get some experience with
it before September! I plan on operating on my usual EME sked frequency of
50.190 MHz. If there is any ionospheric propagation, I will be on FT8 on
50.313 or 50.323.
 I know many EU stations have already worked FH, but some EU stations and
ALL NA stations still need it for an ATNO. This rural QTH allows me to have
my 6M8GJ up at 67' above the sea. There is an excellent takeoff during ALL
of my moonsets out over the sea (which is only 5 wavelengths in front of
the antenna). I expect to have some good ground gain lobes, including being
able to work stations down below zero degrees elevation.
 For NA stations, there are days when NA moonrise is my moonset, so there
could be amazing combination of ground gain on both ends that makes contact
with modest sized 6m stations possible! Of course, there also are days when
my moonset coincides with moonsets in eastern EU and the Middle East, again
presenting excellent opportunities for contacts with more modest 6m sta-
tions. The FH property borders a sports field to the north, and the nearest
neighbor that direction is 200m away, so I am very optimistic about it being
a quiet QTH ;-) Although my moonrise is blocked by mountains, I expect to
be QRV primarily after the moon azimuth reaches 45 degrees, which will still
provide common moon windows with all OC and AS stations.
 Most of my EME operation will take place during my local night, so I will
not be plagued with the dreaded daytime equatorial high TEC clouds to inter-
fere with the EME signals. Also, most of the windows with NA and EU are
after workday hours, so hopefully many people can be QRV. Of course, with
the rapid onset of Cycle 25, there may be periods of geomagnetic distur-
bances but hopefully we will have enough common moon windows with everyone
to work through such periods.
 The planned station is my new custom built DX Shop DXpedition amplifier,
which is capable of 1500w output in Q65-60A mode, driven by my new ELAD
FDM-DUO SDR. I also will use my ARR preamplifier ahead of my Airspy R2
receiver or the FDM-DUO transceiver. Feedline will again be a short length
of low loss LMR600UF coaxial cable to my 6M8GJ yagi.
 I know I gave people plenty of advance warning before my FO 6m EME DX-
pedition to call me when my moon was below 65 degrees elevation, and many
people disregarded those instructions and waited until my moon was too high.
In FO my experience was dismal trying to work stations when my moon was so
much higher than I could aim!!!PLEASE PLEASE call me when my moon is below
65 degrees elevation!!! I probably will NOT be QRV when my moon is above
65 degrees! I hope to have a planned operating schedule posted on my web
site very soon - it will show you when I will be QRV and when my moon will
be too high.
 Contributions toward the substantial costs of this DXpedition are grate-
fully appreciated! My mailing address is shown below and my PayPal address
is simply this email. Additional details and updates will be available on
my webpage (http://www.bigskyspaces.com/w7gj) very soon. Can't wait to put
YOU in the 6m log from FH! MNI TNX and GL! VY 73, Lance

FO/A, AUSTRAL ISLANDS (Reminder/Update to OPDX.1543/1544/1545/1550/1553).
By the time you read this, Jacek, SP5EAQ, is expected to be active as
FO/SP5EAQ and TX5AQ from Rimatara Island (OC-050, WW Loc. BG37oi) between
March 2-30th. This will be a SSB only operation on 80-10 meters as well
as the CQWW WPX SSB Contest (March 26-27th) signing with the special call-
sign TX5AQ as a Single-Op/High-Power entry. QSL via SP7DQR, direct, by the
Bureau, LoTW or the SP7DQR OQRS (http://sp7dqr.pl/en/oqrs.php/). For more
details and possible updates, see: http://australs.sp7dqr.pl/index.html

FK, NEW CALEDONIA. Phil, 3D2TS, will once again be active as FK1TS from
Noumea, New Caledonia, sometime during April. Activity will be mainly on
the Digital modes (FT8). He states that contacts are updated to eQSL,
ClubLog and LoTW within the hour after QSO usually. QSL via M0OXO's OQRS.

GB20, WALES (Special Event). Look for special callsign GB20SOTA to be
active operating from the Welsh SOTA summit of Mynydd y Cwm (GW/NW-076)
between March 2-26th. Activity is to celebrate 20 Years of the "Summits
on the Air" (SOTA) program. Operations will be on HF, VHF and UHF. QSL
via M1EYP, direct or by the Bureau. See QRZ.com for more details.

INDEXA NEWS (Spring Newsletter). The Spring 2022 Issue of the INDEXA News-
letter (Issue 135) is now available. Steve Molo, KI4KWR, Editor, reports
[edited]: Highlights include - Bhutan: The Land of the Thunder Dragon;
A Tribute to Mary Hobart K1MHH (SK); 3Y0J Bouvet DXpedition Update and
more... The INDEXA Newsletter can be viewed at:
 https://indexa.org/documents/newsletters/Newsletter-Issue-135-Spring%202022.pdf

IOTA NEWS. The following are IOTA operations that were active this past
week between February 28th-March 5th (as per the DXCluster):

 IOTA Callsign Island/GROUP Bands/Modes
 ------ ---------- ------------- ------------
 AF-004 EA8/DL2DXA/P CANARY 17m; CW
 AF-004 EA8AUW CANARY 40m; SSB
 AF-004 EA8JK CANARY 10m; SSB/FT8
 AF-004 EA8RM/P CANARY 20m; SSB
 AF-004 EA8TR CANARY 10m; SSB
 AF-004 EC8AQQ CANARY 10m; SSB
 AF-004 EH8CLP CANARY 40/10m; SSB
 AF-018 IH9YMC PANTELLERIA 15m; CW
 AF-019 IG9ITO PELAGIE 20/17m; SSB
 AF-022 ZD7FT ST HELENA 10m; SSB
 AF-024 S79VU INNER 15m; SSB
 AF-049 3B8CW MAURITIUS 10m; FT8
 AF-086 D4Z WINDWARD 15m; SSB
 AS-004 5B4AIX Cyprus 12/10m; SSB
 AS-007 JA0FIL HONSHU 15m; FT8
 AS-007 JA3FYC HONSHU 10m; FT4
 AS-007 JA4MOK HONSHU 15m; FT8
 AS-007 JE1RXJ HONSHU 15m; SSB
 AS-007 JF1EHM HONSHU 15m; FT8
 AS-007 JF7OII HONSHU 15m; FT8
 AS-007 JG4AKL HONSHU 10m; FT8
 AS-007 JH1HDT HONSHU 160m;
 AS-007 JH3CUL HONSHU 20m; FT8
 AS-007 JJ2QWN HONSHU 15m; FT8
 AS-007 JL1QOC HONSHU 40m; FT8
 AS-007 JR3GPP HONSHU 10m; FT4
 AS-007 JR7AQL HONSHU 15m; SSB
 AS-007 JR7RHO HONSHU 15m; FT8
 AS-007 JS1IFK HONSHU 15m; FT8
 AS-013 8Q7PR Maldives 10m; FT8
 AS-013 8Q7WM Innahura 80/40m; CW
 AS-013 8Q7WX Innahura 80m; CW
 AS-020 BX5AA Taiwan 15m; SSB
 AS-023 JA5MOO/p Amami 10m; FT8
 AS-045 HL5FUA ULLEUNG 15m; SSB
 AS-076 JA5CEX SHIKOKU 20m; FT8
 AS-077 JR6EZE KYUSHU 10m; FT4
 AS-078 JA8ISU HOKKAIDO 160m;
 AS-078 JF8QNF HOKKAIDO 160/40m; FT8
 AS-078 JH8TFZ HOKKAIDO 15m; FT8
 AS-078 JR8PYZ HOKKAIDO 15m; SSB
 AS-117 JF3BFS AWAJI 15m; CW
 AS-200 JJ5RBH Shodo 15/12m; CW/SSB/FT8
 EU-001 SV5AZK KALYMNOS 10m; FT8
 EU-003 CU2CE EASTERN 10m; SSB
 EU-004 EC6AAE BALEARIC 40m; CW
 EU-005 G4RCG GREAT BRITAIN 15m; CW
 EU-005 G6UT GREAT BRITAIN 40m; SSB
 EU-005 GI4OSF GREAT BRITAIN 20m; FT8
 EU-005 MM0HVU GREAT BRITAIN 12m; FT8
 EU-005 MW0PAI/P GREAT BRITAIN 40/20m; SSB
 EU-010 MM6OEC OUTER HEBRIDES 20m; SSB
 EU-014 TK5EP CORSICA 10m; SSB
 EU-015 SV9ANK CRETE 15m; SSB
 EU-015 SV9SRY CRETE 40m; FT8
 EU-018 OY1CT FAROE 17m; FT8
 EU-021 TF3JB ICELAND 30m; FT8
 EU-025 II9WRTC Sicily 17/15m; CW/SSB
 EU-025 II9VPT Sicily 20m; SSB
 EU-025 IT9PHU/M Sicily 20m; SSB
 EU-026 JW4GUA Spitsbergen 20/15m; SSB
 EU-029 OV1CDX SJAELLAND 12m; CW
 EU-042 DK8OL Sylt 12m; SSB
 EU-054 IF9ZWA FAVIGNANA 15/10m; FT8
 EU-055 LA4WKA SOGN OG FJORDANE/HORDALAND/ROGALAND COUNTY 40m; CW
 EU-055 LB5WB SOGN OG FJORDANE/HORDALAND/ROGALAND COUNTY 80m; FT8
 EU-067 SY8OVJ KYKLADES 20m; CW
 EU-072 SV4SCL THESSALIA REGION 60m;
 EU-114 GU4CHY GUERNSEY 15m; CW
 EU-114 GU5WZY GUERNSEY 20m; FT8
 EU-115 EI9FV IRELAND 20m; FT8
 EU-115 GI0LDI IRELAND 20m; CW
 EU-115 MI0LPO IRELAND 20m; FT8
 EU-115 MI0UFT IRELAND 20m; FT8
 EU-115 MI6OLJ IRELAND 20m; SSB
 NA-001 C6AGU Wood Cay 12m; FT8
 NA-005 VP9HE BERMUDA 20m; SSB
 NA-015 CO3JK CUBA 40m; CW
 NA-015 CO8MCL CUBA 20m; FT8
 NA-021 8P5AA BARBADOS 17m; SSB
 NA-021 8P6BC BARBADOS 80m; FT8
 NA-021 8P6QA BARBADOS 10m; FT8
 NA-029 VY2NX PRINCE EDWARD 10m; SSB
 NA-052 N1UL/2 FLA STATE SW (COLLIER/MONROE COUNTY) 15m; FT8
 NA-062 K2ZR/4 KEY WEST 40/20/17/12m; CW
 NA-065 K8BYP San Juan 40m; CW
 NA-096 HI3LT HISPANIOLA 40/20m; SSB
 NA-096 HI8HRD HISPANIOLA 10m; SSB
 NA-099 KP4JOC PUERTO RICO 10m; SSB
 NA-099 KP4TF PUERTO RICO 30m; CW
 NA-099 WP4U PUERTO RICO 15m; SSB
 NA-105 PJ7AA St Maarten 30m; FT8
 NA-106 KP2B VIRGIN 15m; SSB
 NA-106 NP2KW VIRGIN 12m; FT8
 NA-108 J68HZ St Lucia 10m; SSB
 NA-108 J69Z St Lucia 15m; SSB
 NA-141 KT3Q/4 Key Biscane 15m; CW
 NA-142 KT3Q/4 Santa Rosa 40/17m; FT8
 OC-001 VK1TX Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-016 3D2AG VITI LEVU AND VANUA LEVU 12m; FT8
 OC-016 3D2USU VITI LEVU AND VANUA LEVU 15m; FT8
 OC-021 YB0JVZ JAVA 20m; SSB
 OC-021 YB0SSF JAVA 20m; SSB
 OC-021 YB1IQE JAVA 12m; FT8
 OC-021 YC1ARN JAVA 15m; SSB
 OC-021 YC1EAO JAVA 15m; SSB
 OC-021 YC2DBW JAVA 15m; SSB
 OC-021 YD1FRU JAVA 15m; FT8
 OC-032 FK4QX NEW CALEDONIA 10m; SSB
 OC-032 FK8GU NEW CALEDONIA 20m; SSB
 OC-034 YB9UAN NEW GUINEA 40m; SSB
 OC-036 ZL1AZ NORTH 160m;
 OC-036 ZL1PWR NORTH 40m; SSB
 OC-054 FW1JG WALLIS 20m; SSB
 OC-134 ZL3XDJ SOUTH 40m; CW
 OC-143 YB5QZ Tahara Bung Hatta 15m; FT8
 OC-201 ZL1LC NORTH ISLAND'S COASTAL 30m; FT8
 OC-209 YB8UTI Karakelong 40/17/15m; FT8
 SA-006 PJ4EL BONAIRE 30m; FT8
 SA-011 9Z4Y TRINIDAD 10m; CW
 SA-024 PY2UL SAO PAULO STATE WEST 15m; FT8
 SA-099 PJ2/K8PGJ CURACAO 40m; SSB

 ** Thanks to the individuals who put the island/group and mode
 (which is very important) on their QSNs on their PacketCluster
 reports. The format we suggest is "Mode/IOTA#/Island or Group"
 (ex. CW/SA-036/Aruba).

 AF-004. Andrea, IK1PMR, will be active as EA8/IK1PMR from Tenerife
 Island (IL18RJ) until March 13th. Activity will be on 80-6
 meters using CW and SSB. QSL via HB9FKK, by the Bureau, direct,
 or IK1PMR by the Bureau (slower). IRCs OK. ClubLog requests OK.

 EU-042. Mike, DG5LAC, will once again be active as DG5LAC/P from Hooge
 Island (DLFF-0013 Wadden Sea) during RSGB IOTA Contest (July
 30-31st) as Single-Op/SSB-Mode/High-Power entry. Activity
 outside of the contest will be on SSB and FT8/FT4. QSL via
 DG5LAC, direct, by the Bureau, LoTW, eQSL or ClubLog's OQRS.

 EU-074. To prepare for his expedition to Crozet and especially to test
 the FT8 programs, Thierry, F6CUK, will be active as TM8C from
 the Island of Brehat (DIFM MA012) between April 23-30th. His
 activity will be on 40/30/20 meters using CW, SSB, and FT8,
 with 300 watts, a K3 and dipoles. QSL via F6CUK, direct, by
 the Bureau and LoTW.

 PLEASE NOTE: Since the Webmasters of the  have
 decided NOT to post or dedicate a Web page to announce upcoming IOTA
 operations, PLEASE send your IOTA operations information to the OPDX,
 and we will post it here in an upcoming bulletin......

KH7, HAWAII. Jim, N6TJ, will once again use the callsign KH7Q (OAHU
CQ Contesting Club callsign) from Oahu Island (OC-019) during the ARRL
DX SSB Contest (March 5-6th) as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL via
AH6NF. All QSOs are uploaded to LoTW. Sorry, no Bureau cards answered.

MDXC PRESENTATION. The Madison DX Club's (MDXC) will have a ZOOM pre-
sentation on Tuesday, March 8th. The program will be "Low Band DXing
from Down Under" presented by Adrian, VK2WF, noted DXer with very effec-
tive transmitting antennas. Tune in to the MDXC's Zoom meeting as Adrian
shares his tips, tricks and traps of mastering the low bands year round
with a particular emphasis on his very effective antennas.
 The MDXC ZOOM host will be Kevin Shea, N9JKP, that will be online from
0000 UTC to socialize before the business meeting begins and to provide
time to work through any technical issues. A brief business meeting will
begin at 0030 UTC. The program begins at 0100 UTC, sharp. All interested
hams are welcome.
 To Join the Zoom Meeting and Program simply use this link:
 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8561554523?pwd=MFE3d1dXYWc1MGw4MDZtSEZ4bEp6Zz09&from=addon
 Meeting ID: 856 155 4523
 Passcode: 198101
Check (http://www.madisondxclub.org/) for latest Program news and link
to their Club's YouTube channel.

N3, UNITED STATES (Special Event). Members of the Scranton Pocono Amateur
Radio Club (SPARK - K3CSG) will be active as N3T from Steamtown, Scranton,
PA, between May 13-15th, to celebrate "National Train Day" (May 14th) and
National Preservation Month. This is a POTA park as well K-0864 being
logged as K3CSG. Operating schedule will be tentatively 14:00 UTC to 21:00
(UTC) each day depending on park operating hours. Check QRZ.com for more
details to be forthcoming. QSL via N3T direct (w/SASE).

OA7, PERU. Alex, DD5ZZ, will once again be active as OA7/DD5ZZ from the
Cusco region in Peru late March through mid-May. Activity will be on
various HF bands (40-10m) using SSB and FT8/FT4, maybe some CW, with
High-Power (1kw) into a vertical and wire antennas. He will also be in
the CQWW WPX SSB Contest (March 26-27th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/High-
Power entry. QSL via DD5ZZ, ClubLog's OQRS or LoTW.

OG50, FINLAND (Special Event). Look for Anne, OH2YL, to be active with
the special callsign OG50YL to celebrate her 50th anniversary as a radio
amateur. Length of her activity was not mentioned. QSL via OH2YL.

PJ2, CURACAO (Reminder). By the time you read this, Andy, DK5ON, will
once again be active as PJ2/DK5ON from Curacao (SA-099, WLOTA 0942) until
March 17th. Activity will be on 160-6 meters including the 60/17/12 meter
bands using CW, SSB and the Digital modes (RTTY/PSK/JT65/FT8/FT4). He
will also be in the ARRL Inter. DX SSB (March 5-6th)and Russian DX (RDXC;
March 19-20th) Contests. QSL via his home callsign, direct, by the Bureau,
LoTW or ClubLog's OQRS. NO eQSL.

PROPAGATION FORECAST/REPORT (March 7-13th).......
 Mar/07th AN Mar/10th AN Mar/12th HN
 Mar/08th AN Mar/11th HN Mar/13th HN
 Mar/09th AN

 SOLAR REFERENCE KEYS/INDEXES AND GEOMAGNETIC REFERENCE
 ------------------------------------------------------
 NORMALITY GEOMAG K Values Alpha
 ----------------- ------ -------- ------
 AN - Above Normal Quiet K=0-1 0-7
 HN - High Normal Unsettled K=2 8-15
 LN - Low Normal Active K=3 16-29
 BN - Below Normal Minor Storm K=4 30-49
 DIS - Disturbed Major Storm K=5 50-99
 VRY DIS - Very Disturbed Severe Storm K=6-9 100-400

 (Updated 01/26/2022) Meanwhile, check out the following Web sites
 for propagation:
 * VOACAP predication Web page at: http://www.voacap.com/hf
 and http://www.voacap.com/prediction.html
 * DX.QSL.NET Propagation page: https://dx.qsl.net/propagation
 * SolarHam Web page: http://www.solarham.net
 * Radio Propagation/Space Weather/Sunspot Cycle Information at:
 http://sunspotwatch.com
 * Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) & National Oceanic and
 Atmospheric Administration (NOAA):
 https://www.swpc.noaa.gov
 https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/solar-cycle-progression
 * News and Information About The Sun-Earth Environment:
 https://www.spaceweather.com
 * Archive of ARRL Propagation Forecasts:
 http://www.arrl.org/w1aw-bulletins-archive-propagation
 * Information and tutorials on propagation are at: http://k9la.us
 * Graphic propagation tool by DR2W: http://www.dr2w.de/dx-propagation
 * W4HM Daily HF/MF Radio Wave Propagation Forecast:
 https://groups.io/g/w4hmradiowavepropagationforecast
 * WM7D's Solar Resource Page: https://www.wm7d.net/hamradio/solar

QRZ.COM NEWS. The founder/administrator of QRZ.com Fred, AA7BQ, posted
the an article titled "Why We Blocked Russian Call Signs" on March 2nd.
To read it, go to:
 https://forums.qrz.com/index.php?threads/why-we-blocked-russian-call-signs.803449
ADDED NOTE: It has also been reported that Belarus callsigns have been
removed from the QRZ.com database.

QSL INFO AND NEWS...................
 QSL-INFO from Lothar, DL1SBF (www.qslinfo.eu) (March 4th)
 QSL-INFO from various sources provided by OPDX
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 4S7DRG via DK9KR II2S via IZ2FOS PJ2/N1ZZ via N1ZZ
 4S7KKG via DC0KK II2V via IK2AQZ PJ7AA via AA9A
 5H3EE via DL4ME II5ANT via IZ5BTC R80IAS via RZ5D
 5T5PA via PA5X II5GIRF via I3RXJ RT0C via VE7ACN
 7Q6M via K6ZO IO4T via IZ4JMA S79VU via N4GNR
 7X3WPL via 7X3DL IO5O via IK5RLP SD7D via DL7RBI
 8Q7WX via OK2WX IQ3DQ/IT9 via IK3HHV SG3A via SM3FJF
 9K2BS via EC6DX IR4E via IK4ZHH T88SS via EA5GL
 AP2SD via EA5ZD J68PG via WA4PGM TM1W via F5HRY & (L)
 CR6K via CT1ILT K4A via WA1FCN TM30BUS via F1LFL
 D4K via IZ4DPV K4C via K4MZU TM4Q via F4SGU
 DA22WARD via DL2VFR KP4/KO1A via KO1A TM4S via F6HBI
 DK0HN via DJ5QE KP4/WI2E via WI2E TM5TT via F4BEV (P)
 DL0HMB via DL9HCO LG2022WP via LA7RRA TM6CXJ via F2FZ
 DL0LK via DL1SO (B/L) LN2G via LA2G TM9AP via F6GYH
 DL0YLN via DL1TM LY11LY via LY2QT V26K via AA3B
 DP44WCA via DF6EX LZ19ANT via LZ3SM V31MA via M0OXO
 EA6R via EA6AZ & (L) M2A via G3SDC V31XX via K4XS
 EA7/SM0KAK via SM0KAK MM0T via GM3WUX V85A via EB7DX
 EF3O via EA3HIG & (L) N4D via ND1J (d) VE80LAN via VE3DC
 EF8N via EA8NC N4E via K4WTL VJ3A via VK3JA
 EP2C via EA5GL OD5ET via EB7DX VK6T via EA7FTR
 EP5CZD via RW6HS OE/DL9MDI/P via DL9MDI VP2ETE via W3HNK
 FJ/DK6AS via DK6AS OE/HB9DIZ/P via HB9DIZ XR3W via XQ4CW
 GB20SOTA via M1EYP OE19AAW via OE3DMA YB0AR via EB7DX
 GB80LAN via G0KUC OE2S via OE2GEN YL50BF via YL3GBF (d/B)
 GW5R via GW3YDX OK5Z via OK2ZI YP3A via YO3KPA
 GX7WAB via GI0AZA OO7Z/P via ON6KZ YR0UCRR via YO5KDV
 HA1222BA via HA4KYB OR100RCBE via ON4GDV YU65HQR via YU1HQR
 HB0/HB9LCW via HB9LCW OT4V/P via ON4VT (O/L) Z21GC via K3IRV
 HB9/YU1CA/P via YU1CA PA5150EVH via PF1SCT ZA/IK2RLM via IZ2LSP
 HF200IL via SP8ZBX PF88ANT via PA0RDY ZF2WW via K6JO
 HG1222BA via HA4KYB PJ2/AD4ES via AD4ES & (L) ZS1C via W2ARP
 HG6N via HA6KNB PJ2/AF4Z via AF4Z ZV7AA via PY7AA
 I50BYL via I5BYL PJ2/AK4R via AK4R ZY1F via EA7FTR
 IB1D via IK1TAZ PJ2/K5LD via K5LD 
 II0OGB via IT9YBL PJ2/K8PGJ via K8PGJ 

 (e) eQSL only (d) direct only (B) Bureau only (*-B) DX's- Bureau
 (O) OQRS only (C) ClubLog only (L) LoTW only (N) No QSL needed
 (I) No IRC (P) PayPal (NB) No Bureau (n) no printed QSLs
 (Q) See QRZ.com (E) E-Mail QSL only (P) Please send no QSL
 (**) QSL automatically via Bureau - do not send QSLs

 LOGS ONLINE AT CLUBLOG.ORG THIS WEEK......
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/3D2USU (Updated)
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/8Q7WM
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/8Q7WX
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/BY1CRA/WO22 (Updated)
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/HP1PAR (Updated)
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/HR5/F2JD (Updated)
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/KP4/AB2RF (Updated)
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/PJ7AA (Updated)
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/PZ5G (Updated)
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/PZ5GE (Updated)

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA LoTW: 7A2A (OC-021), 8J1RL, 8Q7WX, 9N7AA, BH8OCW,
 BI8FRF, BV6CC, DF9KF, E21EIC, EA3IGU, F5CT, G0HVQ, HB0/DL3DXX, JA1IAZ,
 JA1RBY, JA1SCE, JA1UII, JA2LWA, JA7KY, JA7MVX/P, JA7PKV, JH7CVM, JK1BIB,
 JR1NHD, JR2PZX, JR6EZE, KH2L, LA7HJA, PX2A, R075F, SQ1X, UN7EAX, V31DL,
 VE7DAY, VU2DED, VY2ZM, YB1BZV and ZL1LC

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA MAIL: 3X2021, 4L1FL, EA9KB, FK8HA, HI3AA, NP2AR,
 PY5ERG, VK3CWB and ZS6TQ

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA THE BUREAU: NONE REPORTED FOR THIS WEEK!!!!
 --- We would like to see more QSL Bureaus (such as AS/US/SA/AF.. etc)
 send in their info....

TI, COSTA RICA. Dan, N6MJ, will be active as TI7W from Guanacaste during
the ARRL Inter. DX SSB Contest (March 5-6th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/High-
Power entry. QSL via LoTW or M0URX. Activity outside of the contest Dan
will operate as TI5/N6MJ.

TM72, FRANCE (Special Event). Guillaume, F1IEH, will use the special
callsign TM72FDL between March 27th and April 10th, during the Lances
de Champagné Festival (Sarthe). Activity is expected to be on various
HF bands and on all modes. More information, see: http://www.f1ieh.fr

S9OK DXPEDITION - The SAO TOME STORY (Something To Read On The Web).
Read about the Czech DXpedition group's S9OK DXpedition to Sao Tome at:
 https://www.cdxp.cz/?page_id=2314

V3, BELIZE. Iain, G4SGX, will once again be active as V31GX from Ambergris
Caye (NA-073) sometime soon in March. Activity will be holiday style on
160-6 meters using mainly CW, and possibly some Digital modes (FT8). Iain
will also participate in the Commonwealth Contest (Beru) [March 12-13th].
Also, he will be very active on 160m after the contest. He will run 100
watts into 1/4 verticals over seawater and inverted-L over seawater for
80m. QSL via LoTW or M0OXO.

V4, ST. KITTS. By the time you read this, Pete, G0TLE, should be active
as V4/G0TLE from Frigate Bay, Calypso Bay, Saint Kitts Island (NA-104),
until March 9th. Activity will be holiday style on 40-10 meters using CW
and SSB. He plans to be in the ARRL Inter. DX SSB Contest (March 5-6th)
using a special V4 callsign which is pending. QSL via his home callsign
or LoTW. NO BUREAU CARDS.

VP9, BERMUDA. Les, N1SV, is once again active as VP9/N1SV from Hamilton
Parish, Bermuda Islands (NA-005), until March 7th. Activity will be on
various HF bands using mostly CW, JT9 and WSPR. Also, look for him to be
in the ARRL Inter. DX SSB Contest (March 5-6th) signing as VP9I. QSL via
N1SV, direct, by the Bureau, ClubLog or LoTW. QSL VP9I via WW3S.

Z6, KOSOVO. Enver, Z61EK, is a new operator in Prishtine. He reports on
QRZ.com, "I have an ICOM 7300, but since I live in an apartment, I am
still struggling to set up a decent antenna."

ZD9, TRISTAN DA CUNHA AND GOUGH ISLANDS. Lance, W7GJ, sent out the fol-
lowing announcement February 28th: It is impossible to go to ZD9 this year
because of Covid travel restrictions. However, I am on the waiting list
for a berth to travel there in the late summer/early fall of 2023 and/or
2024 ;-) Lodging at the west end of the village is anticipated, so the
antenna would only look out over open fields toward the ocean on moonset.

ZF, CAYMAN ISLANDS. Colin, G4CWH, will once again be active as ZF2CA from
the ZF1A club station on Grand Cayman Islands (NA-016) for the 85th 2022
BERU (British Commonwealth) Contest (March 12-13th). The length of his
stay is unknown at this time. Activity is usually on 160-10 meters using
CW and SSB. QSL via his home callsign direct.

ZF, CAYMAN ISLANDS. Ron, W2PLK, was recently active as ZF2RO from the Grand
Cayman Islands this past February and plans to go back next February 2023.
He states that he operates primarily CW QRP while on vacation and enjoys
POTA activations with his Kx2. Ron mentions that his Cayman Islands license
expires in one year (February), but he expects to renew and make more CW
contacts every year he goes. QSL via his home callsign.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
 The following stations are expected to be active in the
 ARRL International DX SSB Contest (March 5-6th, 2022)
 Complete details on the rules for the contest: http://www.arrl.org/arrl-dx
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Thanks to Bill, NG3K, for providing OPDX readers with the following
consolidated listing of the participants in the 2022 ARRL International DX
SSB Contest.
 For a more detailed listing (and up-to-date changes/corrections) in HTML
format, please visit Bill's Web page at:
 http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/adxs2022.html (By callsign)
 http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/adxsd2022.html (By entity)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Contest DXCC Class QSL
Callsign Entity Route
------------------------------------------------------------------------
7Q6M Malawi SO K6ZO
8P1W Barbados SOAB LP KU9C
8Q7CQ Maldives SO M0OXO
D4K Cape Verde Island SO IZ4DPV
FG4KH Guadeloupe SO LoTW
J68HZ St Lucia M/? LoTW; QSL via (C) or K9HZ (d)
KH7M Hawaii SO LoTW; QSL via KH6ZM
KH7Q Hawaii SOAB AH6NF
P40F Aruba SO LoTW
PJ2/DK5ON Curacao SO LoTW
PJ7AA Sint Maarten SO LoTW; QSL via (C) or AA9A (d)
PJ7PL Sint Maarten SO N2HX
TI7W Costa Rica SOAB HP LoTW
TO3Z Guadeloupe M/? F6HMQ
V26K Antigua & Barbuda SOAB LoTWB; QSL via AA3B (B/d/C)
VP9I Bermuda SO WW3S
ZF1A Cayman Islands M/S K7ZO; QSL via (C)
 (e) eQSL only (d) direct only (B) Bureau only (*-B) DX's- Bureau
 (O) OQRS only (C) ClubLog only (L) LoTW only (N) No QSL needed
 (I) No IRC (P) PayPal (NB) No Bureau

 
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