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The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster DX Bulletin No. 1561

The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 1561
BID: $OPDX.1561
April 18, 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, W2GD, W2VU, NG3K & ADXO, W3UR & The Daily DX,
W4VQ, K5GS, K8YSE, W8GEX & 60m DX News, K9CT, DL1SBF, DL7UXG & The DX
News Letter, DXNews.com, DX-World.Net, EY8MM, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX,
I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, IZ8CCW, JI3DST, Sixitalia Weekly, VA3RJ &
ICPO and YL2GM for the following DX information.

 "Celebrating 31 years (March 1991) of FREE DX News"
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DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT: According to the AR-Cluster Network for the
week of Sunday, 10th-April, through Sunday, 17th-April there were 223
countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 3X,
4J, 4L, 4O, 4S, 4U1I, 4U1U, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5R, 5W, 5X, 5Z, 6Y, 7Q, 7X, 8P,
8Q, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9V, 9X, 9Y, A2, A4, A6, A7, A9,
AP, BV, BY, C3, C6, C9, CE, CE0Y, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2,
D4, DL, DU, E5/n, E5/s, E6, E7, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES,
EU, EX, EY, F, FG, FK, FM, FO, FR, FS, FW, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW,
H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HC8, HH, HI, HK, HL, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2,
J5, J6, J7, J8, JA, JD/o, JT, JW, JX, 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, PZ, S0, S2, S5, S7, S9, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV,
SV5, SV9, T7, T8, TA, TF, TG, TI, TJ, TK, TN, TR, TT, TZ, UA, UA2, UA9,
UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9L, VK9N, VP2E, VP2V, VP8,
VP9, VR, VU, XE, XT, YA, YB, YI, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, Z6, ZA,
ZB, 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".

3B8, MAURITIUS. Fabian, DF3XY, will be active as 3B8/DF3XY approx. 15 Km
north of from Port Louis, Mauritius (AF-049), between May 21st and June
2nd. Activity will be on 40/30/20 meters using mostly FT8. QSL via DF3XY,
direct, by the Bureau and eQSL. SWL-cards are welcome.

4L, GEORGIA (Also TA). Byron, KF8UN, will be active as 4L/KF8UN from
Georgia between May 9-11th or possibly later. He will also be active as
TA/KF8UN from Turkey between May 22-24th. Activity from both locations
will be mainly 20 meters SSB. QSL via his home callsign direct.

4X0, ISRAEL (Special Event/Update). The "Land of Craters" program con-
tinues with the fourth activation from one of four craters in Israel
located in the Negev Desert. The operation will use the callsign 4X0RMN
between May 13-14th. Operations will be from Makhtesh Ramon ("Ramon
Crater"). Reference numbers are: Holyland Square F-30-BS, WW Grid Square
KM70jo ad WWFF Reference 4XFF-0020. Radio amateurs working 3 of the 4
craters will receive a beautiful certificate on the program's Web site.
Operators mentioned are Amir/4X1AR, Chanan/4Z1DZ, Dan/4Z5SL, Gal/4X1KW,
Gil/4Z1KD, Hilik/4X6YA, Roy/4X5IQ, Shimon/4Z1SH, Udi/4X6ZM, Zvika/4X1ZV
and Zeev/4X5ZS. Activity will be on 80-10 meters using CW, SSB, FT8 and
the QO-100 satellite. QSL via 4X6ZM, direct, by the Bureau, eQSL or LoTW.
Online logs are available at: https://www.iarc.org/craters
For more details, see QRZ.com.
 ADDED NOTES: The first crater (called Arif; on Mount Arif) was activated
last November (2020) using the callsign 4X0ARF. The second crater (called
"The Large Crater") was activated April-May (2021) using the callsign
4X0GDL. The third crater was activated between November 12-13th (2021),
and was from Makhtesh Hakatan ("The Small Crater) using the callsign
4X0KTN.

8D97, INDONESIA (Special WARD Event). Members of the ORARI will commemo-
rate "World Amateur Radio Day" (April 18th) by using the special callsign
8D97WARD between April 16-18th. Activity will be onn 80/40/20/15/10 meters
using CW, FT8, RTTY and the IO-86 satellite (435.880 MHz).

8Q, MALDIVES. Braco, OE1EMS (E77DX), is now active as 8Q7DX from Baa
Atoll (AS-013), Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu, until April 27th. Activity will
be holiday style on 80-6 meters (160m probably not) using CW and SSB.
Equipment is an Icom 705 with a Juma 1000 1KW amp into a vertical and
VDAs on the beach. He will use a 4 element yagi on 6m. QSL via E73Y only
or LoTW.

A9, BAHRAIN (Special WARD Event). Members of the Bahrain Amateur Radio
Society (BARS) will be using the special callsign A91WARD until April
18th to celebrate "World Amateur Radio Day" (April 18th). QSL via EC6DX,
ClubLog or LoTW.

C5C/C5B THE GAMBIA DXPEDITION (Update). It has been reported that the
due to a "re-programmed return flight" the C5C DXpedition has been ex-
tended two more days and will now take place between May 22nd and June
8th.

C9, MOZAMBIQUE. Pedro, CT7AHV, is once again active as C91AHV from Chi-
nonanquila, Matola Rio. His length of stay is not known. Activity is on
40/20/15/10 meters using CW, SSB and FT8. Most of his activity this
past week was on 15 meters SSB and FT8. QSL via LoTW, ClubLog or by the
Bureau. NO LoTW FOR FT8 CONTACTS!

CQ MAGAZINE NEWS (Press Release, dated April 13th)......
 Jose Castillo, N4BAA, Named CQ WAZ Award Manager
 Succeeds John Bergman, KC5LK
 José Castillo, N4BAA, of Straughn, Indiana, has been named the new CQ
Worked All Zones Award Manager, effective immediately, it was announced
today by CQ magazine Editor Rich Moseson, W2VU. Castillo succeeds John
Bergman, KC5LK, who has retired after managing the WAZ program since 2014.
 Licensed since 1977 at age 13 - initially as WD4LAH - José has been a
very active DXer for more than 44 years. He is a past president of the
Virginia DX Century Club, has been a member of the North Florida DX
Association, Potomac Valley Radio Club, Yankee Clipper Contest Club and
Frankford Radio Club, and currently belongs to the Society of Midwest
Contesters.
 Castillo is on the DXCC Honor Roll (CW, mixed and phone) and holds
5-Band WAZ with all 200 zones. In addition, José holds 37 of the 38
possible WAZ awards (still working on 80-meter RTTY), possibly the only
person with this distinction. He also has attained 5-Band DXCC with
endorsements for 12, 17 and 30 meters, and has over 150 countries on
6 meters. In addition, he has 2959 band/entities in the DXCC Challenge.
 Professionally, John is an Operational Excellence Director for Trane
Technologies. He holds a BS and MBA degree in Project Management from
Grantham University and spent 23 years in the U.S. Navy, retiring in
2007 as an Electronics Chief Petty Officer.
 "I want to thank John for his years of service to the WAZ program,"
said Moseson, "and I look forward to working with José, particularly
with his first-hand knowledge of the challenges entailed in earning each
of the program's many variations."
 "I am sincerely grateful to CQ magazine and Rich for giving me the
opportunity to give back to the DX community," says N4BAA. "The CQ WAZ
Award has always been my driving passion and I look forward to continuing
its notoriety and success." WAZ is the second-oldest continuously operating
award program in amateur radio, dating back to the 1930s. Only the IARU's
Worked All Continents award is older.
 Effective immediately, all correspondence relating to the CQ WAZ Award
program should be directed to: José Castillo, N4BAA, 6773 South State
Road 103, Straughn, IN 47387 USA; or via e-mail address to:
 n4baa@cq-amateur-radio.com
 --------------------------------------------------------------

CR3/CT9, MADEIRA ISLAND. Operators Jozsef/HA2EAV and Csaba/HA2KMR will
be active as CT9/HA2EAV and CT9/HA2KMR, respectively, from Madeira Island
(AF-014) between June 24-28th. They will also be active as CR3DX during
"His Majesty The King of Spain SSB Contest" (June 25-26th).

DAY-XENIA HAMVENTION NEWS.......
 * Steve Romagni, W4DTA (YV5DTA), announced on April 13th, that he will
 be one of the speakers at the DX Forum this year at HamVention. He
 mentions that he will talk about the Venezuelan IOTAs as well as
 Aves Island (YV0). The DX Forum is usually on Saturday.

 * Tim, K3LR, reported this week: Thanks to Hamvention and Contest Uni-
 versity, during Friday, May 20th and Saturday, May 21st, there will
 be a bus starting at 7 AM from the main entrance to the Hope Hotel
 that will take hams to the front area of Hamvention. The bus will
 continue back to the Hope for additional passengers (a loop) and
 this service will end by 5 PM each day (Friday and Saturday) with
 the last bus run leaving from Hamvention. The bus service will not
 have any other hotel stops.

EH4, SPAIN (Special Event). Members of the Radio Club Henares are now
active as EH4WRD until April 24th to celebrate "World Amateur Radio Day"
(April 18th). QSL via EA4RCH. Special certificates/diplomas are available
for various modes. For details, see: https://www.radioclubhenares.org/eh4wrd

FO/A, AUSTRAL ISLANDS (Update). Haru, JA1XGI, will be active as FO/W1XGI
from the Austral Islands between November 2-9th. Activity will be on
160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8/FT4 (F/H). Suggested frequencies
are:
 CW - 1822.5, 3525, 7010, 10115, 14040, 21040 and 28040 kHz
 SSB - 3790, 7090, 14170/14280, 21260 and 28450 kHz
 RTTY - 7035, 10140, 14085, 21085 and 28085 kHz
 FT8 - 1842, 3567, 7051, 10131, 14090, 21090 and 28090 kHz
 Equipment is an Icom IC-7300 into a 5 Band Vertical(Mini Ninjya) and
a 80/160m Vertical (Special Ninjya) with 25 radials. QSL via JA1XGI
direct, by the Bureau (1 year wait), ClubLog's OQRS or LoTW (uploaded
daily - no charge!). For more details, see the Web page at:
 https://australvacation.amebaownd.com

HB75, SWITZERLAND (Special Event). Members of the USKA Sektion Funk-
amateure of St. Gallen (HB9SG) will be using the special callsign HB75SG
to celebrate 75th anniversary of USKA Sektion St. Gallen between July 1st
and December 31st. QSL via HB9KNY, direct, by the Bureau or LoTW (preferred).

HV, VATICAN. The Daily DX reports on Friday, "Under the coordination of
IK0FVC, Francesco, HV0A and HV1CN will be QRV from Vatican City on Marconi
Day, on April 23rd. HV1CN will only be QRV between 7 AM and 1 PM local
time. QSL via QRZ.com."

HZ1, SAUDI ARABIA (Special WARD Event). Members of the Saudi Amateur
Radio Society (SARS) are now active as HZ1WARD to celebrate "World Radio
Amateur Radio Day" (April 18th), until April 18th. QSL via HZ1SAR.

IOTA NEWS. The following are IOTA operations that were active this past
week between April 11-16th (as per the DXCluster):

 IOTA Callsign Island/GROUP Bands/Modes
 ------ ---------- ------------- ------------
 AF-004 EA8CPE CANARY 40/17/15/10m; SSB/FT8
 AF-004 EA8DAO CANARY 17m; SSB
 AF-004 EA8DIG CANARY 10m; SSB
 AF-004 EC8AQQ CANARY 10m; SSB
 AF-014 CT3CK MADEIRA 20m; FT8
 AF-014 CT3IQ MADEIRA 12m; FT8
 AF-022 ZD7FT ST HELENA 10m; SSB
 AF-022 ZD7JC ST HELENA 10m; FT8
 AF-024 S79VU INNER 15m; SSB
 AS-002 A92GW BAHRAIN 12m; SSB
 AS-004 5B4VL Cyprus 12m; SSB
 AS-004 P3X Cyprus 15m; CW
 AS-006 VR2IL HONG KONG 17m; FT8
 AS-007 JA2GTW HONSHU 40m; SSB
 AS-007 JH3NGD HONSHU 40m; SSB
 AS-007 JH7MQD HONSHU 40m; SSB
 AS-007 JJ1IOJ HONSHU 20m; FT8
 AS-007 JK1BQS HONSHU 40m; SSB
 AS-007 JR3IIR HONSHU 15m; FT8
 AS-013 8Q7DX Maldives 40/15m; CW
 AS-015 9M2TO PINANG STATE 60m;
 AS-078 JA8IZP HOKKAIDO 20m; FT8
 AS-200 JJ5RBH SHODO 17m; FT8
 EU-003 CU2CO EASTERN 20/12m; SSB
 EU-005 G6UT GREAT BRITAIN 40m; SSB
 EU-005 GM6ZAK GREAT BRITAIN 15m; FT8
 EU-005 M0KCV GREAT BRITAIN 40m; SSB
 EU-005 M6ETL GREAT BRITAIN 20m; SSB
 EU-005 M7SYR GREAT BRITAIN 40m; FT8
 EU-005 MM0AGV GREAT BRITAIN 20m; CW
 EU-008 MM0PLX/P INNER HEBRIDES 40/17m; SSB
 EU-009 GM8OFQ ORKNEY 40/15m; SSB
 EU-015 SV9RKU CRETE 17m; SSB
 EU-017 ID9/IW0HK Panarea 40/30/20m; CW/SSB
 EU-018 OY1DZ FAROE 17m; FT8
 EU-021 TF2MSN ICELAND 20m; SSB
 EU-021 TF3MH ICELAND 10m; FT8
 EU-021 TF5B ICELAND 17m; FT8
 EU-023 9H1SR MALTA 20m; SSB
 EU-023 9H1TT MALTA 20m; SSB
 EU-023 9H5BZ MALTA 20m; SSB
 EU-024 IS0DCR SARDINIA 15m; SSB
 EU-024 IS0HMZ SARDINIA 40m; SSB
 EU-025 IT9DOR Sicily 20m; SSB
 EU-025 IT9IRL Sicily 15m; SSB
 EU-025 IT9VPT Sicily 20m; SSB
 EU-029 5Q2J SJAELLAND 30m; FT8
 EU-029 OZ1AA SJAELLAND 17m; CW
 EU-029 OZ1ANE SJAELLAND 17m; FT8
 EU-033 LA9PJA/P VESTERALEN/TROMS COUNTY SOUTH 30/20/17/15m; CW/SSB
 EU-036 LA/DL1CW SOR-TRONDELAG/MORE OG ROMSDAL COUNTY NORTH 30m; CW
 EU-042 DK8OL Sylt 17m; CW
 EU-046 LA6KOA TROMS COUNTY 17m; SSB
 EU-047 DB4LL/P BORKUM 40m;
 EU-067 SV8OVJ KYKLADES 20m; CW
 EU-072 SV4LGX THESSALIA REGION 12m; FT8
 EU-075 SV8GGI Salamina 40m; CW
 EU-085 RI1PA Kolguev 80/40/30/20/15/12m; CW/SSB
 EU-091 IW7DLE Brindisi 2m; FT8
 EU-096 OH1TD LANSI-SUOMI (TURKU) PROVINCE 20m; SSB
 EU-115 EI3KA/P IRELAND 20m; CW
 EU-115 EI6FR/P IRELAND 20m; CW
 EU-115 GI7SQW/P IRELAND 20m; SSB
 EU-115 MI0JZZ IRELAND 20m; FT8
 EU-115 MI6OLJ IRELAND 20m; SSB
 EU-120 M6OXO ENGLISH COASTAL 20m; SSB
 EU-127 DF6QC Helgoland 20m; CW
 EU-131 IK3PQH VENETO REGION 40/20m; SSB
 EU-171 OZ5GOL JYLLAND NORTH 10m; FT8
 EU-175 CU3CO CENTRAL 20m; FT4
 NA-015 CO8RRM CUBA 40m; CW
 NA-015 CO8WD CUBA 40m; CW
 NA-016 ZF2OO CAYMAN 20m; SSB
 NA-021 8P6ET BARBADOS 30m; FT8
 NA-022 VP2EIH ANGUILLA 15/10m; SSB
 NA-023 VP2V/N2IEN BRITISH VIRGIN 20/17/15/12/10m; CW/SSB
 NA-062 K2ZR/4 KEY WEST 17m; CW
 NA-097 6Y5HN JAMAICA 12/10m; FT8
 NA-099 KP3V PUERTO RICO 15m; SSB
 NA-099 KP4JRS PUERTO RICO 40m; CW
 NA-099 KP4PUA PUERTO RICO 10m; SSB
 NA-099 NP4AW PUERTO RICO 40m; CW
 NA-099 WP3AV PUERTO RICO 10m; SSB
 NA-105 FS/KC9FFV St Maarten 20m; SSB
 NA-106 NP2AR VIRGIN 10m; SSB
 NA-108 J69Z St Lucia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK2GGC Australia 20/10m; SSB
 OC-001 VK2GJC Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK3IO Australia 40m; SSB
 OC-001 VK4DX Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK5MRD Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK6IR Australia 40m; CW
 OC-001 VK7RG Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK7RJ Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-005 VK9DX NORFOLK 30/15m; CW
 OC-005 VK9NT NORFOLK 40/15m; CW
 OC-006 VK7ROY Tasmania 20m; SSB
 OC-016 3D2AG VITI LEVU AND VANUA LEVU 30m; FT8
 OC-021 8D97WARD JAVA 40/20m; SSB/FT8
 OC-021 YB0IBM JAVA 20m; SSB
 OC-021 YB1RKT JAVA 20m; SSB
 OC-021 YB1TQL JAVA 20m; SSB
 OC-021 YB3VO JAVA 10m; SSB
 OC-021 YB3WA JAVA 10m; SSB
 OC-032 FK4QX NEW CALEDONIA 10m; SSB
 OC-032 FK4RD NEW CALEDONIA 20m; SSB
 OC-032 FK8HA NEW CALEDONIA 20m; FT8
 OC-032 FK8HM NEW CALEDONIA 20/15/10m; CW/FT8
 OC-034 P29LL NEW GUINEA 20m; CW
 OC-034 YB9RRB NEW GUINEA 10m; FT8
 OC-036 ZL2JBR NORTH 20m; SSB
 OC-042 DU4RER LUZON 15m; SSB
 OC-046 FO5QB WINDWARD 12m; FT8
 OC-088 9M6TMT Borneo 20m; SSB
 OC-088 V85A Borneo 20m; SSB
 OC-097 5W1SA SAMOA 15m; FT8
 OC-129 VA7CD/DU7 VISAYAN 17m; FT8
 OC-144 YE4FPE BANGKA AND BELITUNG 20m; FT8
 OC-148 YG9PBV TIMOR 15m; FT8
 OC-148 YE9PBZ TIMOR 15m; SSB
 OC-150 YC9KA Lombok 12m; FT8
 OC-201 ZL1LC NORTH ISLAND'S COASTAL 20m; FT8
 OC-209 YB8UTI Karakelong 12m; FT8
 SA-004 HD8MD Galapagos 30/15m; CW/FT8
 SA-006 PJ4/PD2V BONAIRE 10m; FT8
 SA-006 PJ4EVA BONAIRE 12m; FT8
 SA-006 PJ4RF BONAIRE 10m; FT8
 SA-011 9Z4Y TRINIDAD 12m; CW
 SA-018 CE7TS LOS LAGOS REGION SOUTH 10m; SSB
 SA-018 CE7VP LOS LAGOS REGION SOUTH 10m; SSB
 SA-028 ZY2WCX Bella 80/15/10m; SSB/FT8
 SA-046 PY7PX PERNAMBUCO STATE 15m; FT8

 ** 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).

 AS-079. Take, JI3DST, will once again be active from Miyako Island
 between 0700z, April 20th and 0000z, May 9th. Activity will
 be on 80/40/30/20/17/15/12/10/6/2 meters using CW, SSB, FM,
 RTTY and FT8. Operations may vary in case of heavy rains or
 other conditions. Look for him to use the following callsigns
 during the following dates:
 April 20-30th (QRT 1459z) -- Main callsign is JS6RRR from a
 fix QTH (not JS6RRR/P OR /6). Sub callsigns: JI3DST/6
 and JJ5RBH/6.
 (JI3DST/6, JI3DST/P, JJ5RBH/6, JJ5RBH/P for FT8)
 (JJ5RBH/6 [Main for JA, Sub for DX], JJ5RBH/P for FT8)
 April 30th, 1500z-May 9th 0000z -- Main callsign is JJ5RBH/6
 or JJ5RBH/P. Sub callsigns: JI3DST/6 and JS6RRR.
 (JI3DST/6,JI3DST/P for FT8)
 QSL routes are as follows:
 JI3DST/6: PLEASE check QRZ.com for details.
 By ClubLog's OQRS: JI3DST/6_202204
 ClubLog and LoTW Matching JI3DST/6 and JI3DST/P
 By the Bureau: Not need to request by OQRS.
 JS6RRR: PLEASE check QRZ.com for details.
 By ClubLog's OQRS: JS6RRR_202204
 ClubLog and LoTW Matching JS6RRR
 By the Bureau: Not need to request by OQRS.
 JJ5RBH/6: PLEASE check QRZ.com for details.
 By ClubLog's OQRS: JJ5RBH/6_202204
 ClubLog and LoTW Matching JJ5RBH/6 and JJ5RBH/P
 By the Bureau: Not need to request by OQRS.

 EU-085. By the time you read this, operators Mike/RW3FS and Mike/UA1QV
 should be active as RI1PA from Kolguev Island until April 21st.
 QSL via UA1QV. ADDED NOTE: Vlad, RZ1OA may join the team.

 EU-114. Bob, GU4YOX, will be active as MU5E from Guernsey during the
 RSGB IOTA Contest (July 30-31st) as a Single-Op/CW-Mode entry.
 QSL via LoTW or GU4YOX, direct or by the Bureau.

 EU-122. Ian, G3WVG, will be active as MN5A from Rathlin Island, North-
 ern Ireland, during the RSGB IOTA Contest (July 30-31st) as
 a Single-Op/Mixed-Mode/DXpedition entry. QSL via LoTW.

 EU-129. Operators Norbert/DL2RNS, Rainer/DL2RVL, Heiko/DL1RTL, Georg/
 DL4SVA, Ron/DG2RON and Olaf/DL7JOM will be active as DK1A from
 Usedom Island during the RSGB IOTA Contest (July 30-31st) as
 Multi-2 entry. QSL via DK1A, direct, by the Bureau or ClubLog's
 OQRS.

 NA-079. (Reminder) Gene, N0MHJ, will be active as N0MHJ/4 from Garden
 Key, Dry Tortugas Islands (WW Loc. EL84, ARLHS USA-316, Logger-
 head Key 216, POTA K-0023, ARRL NP 17), 70 miles west of Key
 West, FL, between April 22-25th. Activity will be mainly on 6m
 using CW and SSB. Gene states that most of his operations will
 be during the daytime only. He also plans to be on 20 meters
 and 40 meters (contacts with the "locals"). QSL via LoTW, but
 he will not upload the logs until he returns to his home in SW
 FL. For more details and updates, watch: https://www.n0mhj.net

 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......

J2, DJIBOUTI (Update). Currently, operators Matt/KN9U and Paul/N7JDI are
active as J20MR and J28JD, respectively, from Djibouti. Both operators
will be active on 40-10 meters. Here is what we know about the operators:
 J20MR - The length of his stay is unknown. He states that he is "bouncing
 around" in Djibouti, and has a "Shack-in-a-box" with an ICOM
 IC-718 (100 watts) into a Wolf River coil (80-10m). Activity
 currently has been on 17/15/12/10 meters FT8 with some SSB oper-
 ations. He reports on QRZ.com the following suggested operating
 times: 0330-0500z, 0830-0930z and 1400-1800z. Suggested fre-
 quencies are also listed. QSL via EA5GL. Logs will be uploaded
 into LoTW.
 J28JD - Is there until November 30th, and stationed at Camp Lemmonier.
 Equipment is an IC-7300 into an End-Fed wire (40-10m) antenna.
 Activity currently has been on 10 meters SSB and some 40 meters
 Contestia 4-250 operations. QSL via EA5GL. Logs will be uploaded
 into LoTW.

J2, DJIBOUTI. After two years of forced stop, the members of the Mediter-
raneo DX Club (MDXC) will be soon be on air again with a new challenge.
A very skilled international team of operators will be active as J28MD
near the town of Obok (WW Loc. LK11PX) in Djibouti between October 29th
and November 7th. Operators mentioned are Antonio/IZ8CCW (Team Leader),
Marco/IZ2GNQ, Marco/IZ3GNG, Fabio/IK4QJF, Martino/IU8LMC, Dario/IZ4UEZ,
Gerhard/DJ5IW, Peter/DL6LZM, Emil/DL8JJ, Uwe/DL8OBF, Steve/AG4W, Adrian/
KO8SCA, Max/NG7M and Gabi/YO8WW. Activity will be on 160-10 meters with
a special focus on low bands and the WARC bands, using CW, SSB, RTTY and
FT8. Suggested frequencies are:
CW - 1828, 3519, 7010, 10109, 14019, 18069, 21019, 24891 and 28019 kHz
SSB - 3795, 7125, 14215, 18140, 21295, 24945 and 28485 kHz
RTTY - 3595, 7049, 10140, 14080, 18103, 21080, 24910 and 28080 kHz
FT8 - 1840, 3567, 7056, 10131, 14090, 18095, 21091, 24911 and 28091 kHz
 They will listen for U.S. Generals on 14280 kHz and UP.
 They will listen for JA stations on 160m DOWN 5-6 kHz.
 The FT8 frequency for JA stations on 160m is 1908 kHz
 There is a bands/modes survey available at:
 http://mdxc.org/j28md/djibouti-dx-bands-modes-survey
 QSL Manager is IK2VUC for direct, Bureau and OQRS. The complete LoTW
log will be uploaded after 5/6 months. They will upload LoTW contacts
during the expedition for all 10 USDs contributors. For more details,
see their Web page at: http://mdxc.org/j28md

JW, SVALBARD (Update). A team of 17 operators, made up of fifteen Belgians,
one Puerto Rican (new operator) and one German, will be active as JW0X
and JW100QO from Svalbard between April 19-26th. Operators mentioned are
Erik/ON4ANN (team leader), Max/ON5UR/A52UR (team leader), Jelmer/DJ5MO,
Willy/ON2BDJ, Mike/ON2MVH, Carlo/ON4BR, Cedric/ON4CKM, Patrick/ON4DCU,
André/ON4DTO, Erik/ON4EC, Marc/ON4MA, Pascal/ON5RA, Marc/ON6CC, Franky/
ON7RU, Marc/ON8AK, Francis/ON8AZ and Otis/NP4G. QSL Manager is Tim, M0URX.
Activity will be on 160-6 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8/FT4 (F/H),
with 5 stations from 3 locations in Longyearbyen. Suggested frequencies are:
CW - 1826.5, 3525, 5353, 7025, 10105, 14025, 18069, 21025, 24891 and 28025
SSB - 3790, 5360, 7185, 14285, 18130, 21285, 24955 and 28485
RTTY - 7045, 10142, 14085, 18105, 21080, 24911 and 28080
FT8/FT4 - 1836, 3567, 5357, 7056, 10131, 14090, 18095, 21091, 24910 and 28091
6m - 50105/CW, 50150/SSB and 50323/FT8/FT4
 The team also plans to be the first Svalbard "QO-100 satellite DX-
pedition" ever between April 22-24th. Suggested frequencies are:
 JW100QO -- SSB - 10489.650 MHz
 JW100QO -- Digital SSTV - 10489.625 MHz
 JW0X -- SSB - 10489.900 MHz
QSL via M0URX's OQRS (For direct or LoTW processed within 48 hours),
LoTW (Full log uploaded 6 months after DXpedition), and Bureau QSLs
via OQRS only (FREE). For more details, see:
 https://www.dx-adventure.com/en/svalbard-dx-pedition
 FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/dxadventureteam
 Twitter : https://twitter.com/on4ann

JW, SVALBARD. Otis, NP4G, will stay after the JW0X/JW100QO DXpedition,
April 25-27th, and operate as JW/NP4G from the Longyearbyen club station
(JW5E) on Spitsbergen Island (EU-026). Activity will be holiday style
on various HF bands. QSL via NP3O direct or LoTW.

JW, SVALBARD. Members of the Oesterdalgruppen of NRRL (LA4D) will be
active as JW4D from the Longyearbyen club station (JW5E) on Spitsbergen
Island (EU-026) between May 3-8th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters using
CW, SSB and the Digital modes. Operators mentioned are Kim/LA1KUA, Knut/
LA9DSA, Leif/LA2VTA, Henrik/LA6ETA, Gudleik/LA6FTA, Haakon/LB3LI, Arne-
Kristoffer/LB1WJ and KjetilLB5MG. QSL via LA4D.

NCDXF NEWS (Two Press Releases)........................
 * Dated April 11th [edited]. The 2022 Annual Board Meeting of the
 Northern California DX Foundation (NCDXF) took place this Monday
 evening, April 11th, 2022, in lieu of our International DX Con-
 vention in person meeting.
 Officers were elected:
 Kevin Rowett, K6TD, - President
 Craig Thompson, K9CT, - Vice President
 Glenn Johnson, W0GJ, - Secretary
 Don Greenbaum, N1DG, - Treasurer

 Our current board members are:
 Tom Berson, ND2T Rich Seifert, KE1B
 Lee Finkel, KY7M Ned Stearns, AA7A
 Ross Forbes, K6GFJ George Wallner, AA7JV
 John Miller, K6MM

 The board thanked Ned, AA7A, for his service as Vice President.

 The mission of NCDXF is to provide necessary financial support for
 well-organized DXpeditions to desirable DXCC entities and to support
 advances in DXpeditioning skills, technology, and infrastructure.
 Those funds come from the contributions of our supporters in the DX
 community. Your contribution will help make DX happen. Visit our web
 site: http://www.ncdxf.org

 In addition:
 * NCDXF provides scholarships to Contest University for those 25
 years of age and under
 * Partners with IARU to operate the NCDXF Beacon System worldwide
 * Supports the WRTC, World Radio Team Championship

 We thank you for your continued support.
 Best regards,
 Craig Thompson, K9CT
 Vice President
 --------------------------------------------------------
 * Dated April 13th [edited] -- In April 2021, NCDXF announced the
 creation of an award - "The DXcellence Award". To be awarded to the
 outstanding DXpedition of the last twelve month, which received funding
 form NCDXF. The award is intended to recognize excellent in a DX-
 pedition, exemplified by practices, ethics, management, transparency,
 impact upon the DXing community, and lastly exhibited FUN!
 The winner of the award is determined by the NCDXF Board of Directors.
 The board considers several factors, including performance, complexity
 of the DXpedition, impact on ClubLog most wanted ranking. Especially
 important are activities associated with humanitarian and education.
 On celebration of our 50th year of operation, NCDXF is proud to
 award our first NCDXF DXcellence Award to the S9OK Sao Tome DXpedition.
 Their team did a terrific job and after contact with Zorro, JH1AJT,
 planned a visit to the local schools. Useful gifts were given to the
 children for the classrooms and the children's response was joy and
 happiness.
 The NCDXF looks forward to other DXpeditions this year that will
 qualify for the next award in 2023. We are hopeful that many DX-
 peditions will be funded by NCDXF and qualify for this award. Con-
 gratulations to S90K on the first award!
 The mission of NCDXF is to provide necessary financial support for
 well-organized DXpeditions to desirable DXCC entities and to support
 advances in DXpeditioning skills, technology, and infrastructure.
 Those funds come from the contributions of our supporters in the DX
 community. Your contribution will help make DX happen. Visit our
 website: http://www.ncdxf.org
 Respectfully submitted,
 Craig Thompson, K9CT
 NCDXF Vice President
 ----------------------------------------------------------------

OPDX MAILING LIST (Just A Reminder). Details on how to subscribe and
unsubscribe from the "OPDX Mailing List" are at the bottom of this
bulletin. PLEASE pass the word around.... Thanks and 73 de Tedd KB8NW
PLEASE NOTE: OUTLOOK users PLEASE read below.

P4, ARUBA. John, W2GD, will once again be active as P44W (not P40L/P49Y
this time) between May 24-31st. Activity will be (when time permits) on
the various HF bands, with some focus on the 30/17/12 meters and 160
meters mostly on CW (before and after the contest). His activity will
also include an entry in the upcoming CQWW WPX CW Contest (May 28-29th)
as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL via LoTW or N2MM. No bureau cards.

PROPAGATION FORECAST/REPORT (April 18-24th).......
 Apr/18th AN Apr/21st HN Apr/23rd HN
 Apr/19th HN Apr/22nd AN Apr/24th HN
 Apr/20th HN

 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

QSL INFO AND NEWS...................
 QSL-INFO from Lothar, DL1SBF (www.qslinfo.eu) (April 14th)
 QSL-INFO from various sources provided by OPDX
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 3B9FR via M0OXO DL73AFUG via DM4EAX & (L/P) OA7/DD5ZZ via DD5ZZ
 3G22V via XQ7UP DU1/NF0O via K8CW OE25MFCA via OE6XMF
 3W3B via E21EIC EG1SSV via EA1URV OH/DL2VFR via DL2VFR
 3Z80AK via SP1PBW EL2EF via N2OO & (L) OZ50DDX via OZ1ACB
 4J6D via DC9RI EY8ZE via W0VTT P29LL via EA7FTR
 4K5D via DC9RI FK/F5NHJ via F5NHJ PJ2CF via EA5GL
 4L/SP9DLM via SP9DLM FM/DF8AN via DF8AN PJ4/PD2V via PD2V
 4X6TT via N4GNR (d/L) FS/KC9FFV via IZ1MHY (L) PJ4DX via M0URX
 5R8AL via G3SWH (d/L) GI7SQW/P via G7SQW PJ4KY via M0URX
 5X4E via IZ3ZLG H32AT via HP2AT PJ4MM via M0URX
 5Z4PA via M0URX HF80AK via SP9CJM PJ4RF via EA5GL
 5Z4VJ via M0URX HP2DFA via EC6DX R1994YU via RQ7L
 6D3A via XE2KJ HP3SS via AC2OV R2014NC via RQ7L
 8Q7DX via E73Y HV0A via IK0FVC S50WARD via (B)
 9J2MYT via EA5GL HZ1CY via A61BK S79VU via N4GNR
 9N7MK via S57MK HZ1WARD via HZ1SAR (d) SO200IL via SP8KBZ
 A91WARD via EC6DX II5LDV via IK5ZUB VK9NT via M0OXO
 C91AHV via CT7AHV IS0/DF8DX via DF8DX VP2V/N2IEN via EB7DX
 DB50AFZ via DL2VFR IY1TIT via IK1HLG YB0ECT via W2FB
 DF0BT via DL7UE (B/L) LA/DL1CW via DL1CW & (L) ZF2CH via VO1IDX
 DK90TJU via DL3HXS (O) LA9PJA/P via (d/e/L) ZZ1M via PY1SAD
 DL0GMA/P via DJ3AX (B) LT100KC via LU4KC ZZ4WTT via PP7AA
 DL20SOTA/P via DL6GCA OA4GL via EA7HBC

 (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/HP1PAR (Updated)
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/JW0X
 https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/RI1PB

 NEW QSL ROUTE FOR EY8ZE. Nodir, EY8MM, informs OPDX that the only club
 station in Tajikistan now has a QSL Manager Mike, W0VTT. This includes
 the recent activity by W9XY who used a club callsign on April 11th.

 NEW QSL ROUTE. Pedro, EA5GL, reports that he is now the QSL Manager
 for Mario, 9J2MYT, from Lusaka, Zambia.

 NEW QSL ROUTE. Pedro, EA5GL, reports: A new log to continue my project
 of recovering logs of past activities. Now it's the turn of XF1P acti-
 vation, Partida Island in Nov, 2013. Now you can get the QSL via EA5GL.

 U.S. POSTAL STAMPS TO INCREASE IN JULY. According to the U.S. Postal
 Service, a first-class mail Forever stamp will cost 60 cents, a 2-cent
 increase from its current price of 58 cents. Other mailing services
 will also cost more, including:
 Letters (metered 1 ounce) will cost 57 cents, up from 53 cents.
 Letters additional ounce(s) will cost 24 cents, up from 20 cents.
 Domestic postcards will cost 44 cents, up from 40 cents.
 International letters will cost 1.40 USDs, up from 1.30 USDs.
 For more details, see:
 https://about.usps.com/newsroom/national-releases/2022/0406-usps-new-prices-for-2022.htm

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA LoTW: 4A90AGS, 4A90COA, 4A90MIC, 4A90NLE, 4A90PUE,
 4A90TLX, 4A90YUC, 4S7KKG, 4U1ITU, 4Z5CX, 5B4AGN, 6K2KUS, A61ZX, AH6HY,
 BA6KC, BD5XX, BD9BI/0, BG1QJE, BH4BNQ, BV7CW, BX6ABC, D4Z, DS4DBF,
 E22HBS, E73AA, EA9ABC, EL2BG, EY8MM, FK8CE, FK8HM, HL5IVL, HS5NMF,
 J20MR, JA0FVU, JA3DAZ, JA3HLX, JA6SQR, JA7DFD, JA7FLI, JE3PCP, JR3VXR,
 JT1CO, JX/LB4MI, KL7RRC (NA-039), MP7DX, RA9H, RA0LX, S9OK (AF-023),
 TA2AFA, TR8CA, UA0SDX, UK8AEA, UN7LDM, V31MA, VA3IKE, VA7DX, VE3MZD,
 VK1OO, VK3TX, VP8ADR, VU2IBI, WA0OII (OC-026), WH6S, XI0X and XT2MAX

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA MAIL: 3DA0RU, 8R1AK/P (SA-068), FT4YM/p, VK0/FT4YM/p
 and YC1BIQ/6 (OC-245)

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA THE BUREAU: 5W0KJ, 7Q7BP, C92ZO, D44TT, E51MQT,
 FO/JI1WTF, FT4JA, HF15NATO, HQ8S, HZ1FI, JD1BMH, K1N, PJ6/G3TXF, S79SP,
 T2GC, T6MO, TX5Z, V73D, VK9AN, VK9NT, XR2T, Z81X, ZD8RH, ZL7X and ZL9HR
 --- We would like to see more QSL Bureaus (such as AS/US/SA/AF.. etc)
 send in their info....

TM1/TM2/TM15, FRANCE (SOTA Special Event). To celebrate the 15th anni-
versary of the Summits On The Air (SOTA) program in France, look for the
callsign "TM15SOTA" to be activated as of April 15th. A series of three
awards will be put into play. For the "chasers" it will be necessary
to have contacted "15", "30" or "40 and +" different summits with the
callsigns TM15SOTA or TM1SOTA and TM2SOTA over the period extending from
April 15th to December 31st, 2022. Activators will receive an award for
their participation. Planned activity dates are as follows:
 - TM15SOTA on April 15-18th, and 23-24th, as well as May 7-8th,
 14-15th, 21-22nd and 27-29th
 - TM1SOTA period June and July
 - TM2SOTA period August and September
 - TM15SOTA period October, November and December
 QSL via eQSL only. NO paper QSL.

TM97, FRANCE (Special Event). Members of the REF (Réseau des Émetteurs
Français) will activate the special event callsign TM97WARD between April
16-25th, to celebrate "World Amateur Radio Day" (April 18th). QSL via
the Bureau. For more details, see: http://www.r-e-f.org

TX5N AUSTRAL ISLANDS DXPEDITION NEWS (Update). By the time you read this,
and after a flight delay on Friday, the TX5N team members should be on
the air from Raivavae, Austral Islands, until April 28th. Activity will
be on 160-10 meters, (including 60m), using CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8 (F/H).
Suggested frequencies are:
 CW - 1826.5, 3523, 7010, 10105, 14023, 18069, 21023, 24891 and 28023 kHz
 SSB - 3790, 7090, 14185, 18130, 21285, 24955 and 28485 kHz
 RTTY - 7045, 10142, 14080, 18105, 21080, 24910 and 28080 kHz
 FT8 - 1836, 3567, 5357, 7056, 10131, 14090, 18095, 21091, 24911 and 28091 kHz
QSL Manager is Tim, M0URX. PLEASE read complete details (must read)
about QSLing at: https://tx5n.net/qsl-manager
 UPDATE DATE APRIL 16TH: After several airline delays and spending a
long day at the airport in Papeete, the team arrived on Raivavae on April
15th, at 6PM (local). We were met at the airport by our host and after
about a 15 minute drive arrived at the guest house. We were taken to the
equipment storage area and so far it all looks to be in good condition.
Internet service on the island is not the best, but we did bring along
an Inmarsat satellite terminal (BGAN). Our plan for today is to begin
setting up after breakfast and get on the air as soon as possible.
 73, Team TX5N

V4, ST. KITTS AND NEVIS. Dick, K2KA, will be active as V4/K2KA from
the V47JA rental station at Calypso Bay on St. Kitts (NA-104) between
May 8-18th. Activity will be holiday style on various HF bands and
modes. QSL via K2KA, direct, by the Bureau, ClubLog or LoTW.

VE, CANADA (Special WARD EVENT). To celebrate "World Amateur Radio Day"
on April 18th, look for the following Canadian special event stations
to be active on the air that day: VA2RAC, VA3RAC, VE1RAC, VE4RAC, VE5RAC,
VE6RAC, VE7RAC, VE8RAC, VE9RAC, VO1RAC, VO2RAC, VY0RAC, VY1RAC and VY2RAC.
QSL via the VE Bureau or LoTW. An award will be available for contacts,
see: https://www.rac.ca/certificates

VG/VX/XK/XJ, CANADA (Special Event). To celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's
70 years on the throne, her Platinum Jubilee, the Innovation, Science
and Economic Development Canada (ISED) has authorized Canadian amateurs
to use the following special prefixes between May 15th and July 14th:
VE stations can use the VX prefix, VA --> VG, VO -->XJ and VY -->XK.

VU4, ANDAMAN ISLANDS. Operators Yuris/YL2GM/VU3FZC, Deepak/VU2CDP and
Manoj/VU2CPL will be active as VU4W from the Andaman Islands (AS-001)
between May 3-16th. Equipment and antennas include 2x K3S radios, Sun
SDR2, SPE Expert 1.3K, Juma, Spiderbeam, RA6LBS vertical, Vertical for
6 bands and 6m Delta antenna. The Web page will open on May 1st at:
 https://www.lral.lv/vu4w

YO22, ROMANIA (Special WARD EVENT). Members of the Federatia Romana de
Radioamatorism (FRR) will be active as YO2WARD from Bucuresti, Romania,
to celebrate "World Amateur Radio Day" (April 18th) until April 25th.
A special diploma is available. See QRZ.com for details. QSL only in
electronic format from LoTW or eQSL.
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