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​​​​​​​The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster DX Bulletin No. 1578

The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 1578
BID: $OPDX.1578
September 5 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, W2VU, NG3K & ADXO, W3UR & The Daily DX, W4VQ,
WA4DAN, K8YSE, W8GEX & 60m DX News, W8KL, DJ5NN, DL1SBF, DL5ON & The DX
News Letter, DXNews.com, DX-World.Net, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, I1JQJ/
IK1ADH & 425 DX News, LB1QI, Portuguese DX Group, PY2KP, Sixitalia Weekly,
VA3DXA and VA3RJ & ICPO for the following DX information.

 "Celebrating 31 years (March 1991) of FREE DX News"
 "Could this be the final year???"
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 ..Tick..Tick..Tick..Tick..Tick 5
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 ..Tick..Tick..Tick 3
 ..Tick..Tick 2
 The countdown has begun!!!

DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT: According to the AR-Cluster Network for the
week of Sunday, 28th-August, through Sunday, 4th-September there were 208
countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3DA, 3W, 3X, 4J,
4L, 4O, 4S, 4U1U, 4W, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5N, 5R, 5W, 5X, 5Z, 6Y, 7P, 7Q, 7X, 8P,
8Q, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9V, 9Y, A3, A4, A6, A7, AP, BV,
BY, C3, CE, CE0Y, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, DL, DU, E5/s,
E7, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, F, FG, FH,
FK, FM, FO, FO/m, FR, FS, FW, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB,
HB0, HC, HH, HI, HK, HL, HP, HR, HS, HZ, I, IS, J2, J3, J5, J6, J7, JA,
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, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ4, PY, PZ, S0, S5,
S7, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T7, TA, TF, TG, TI, TJ, TK, TU, TZ, UA,
UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V8, VE, VK, VK0M, VK9N, VP2E, VP2M,
VP5, VP8, VP9, VR, VU, XE, YA, YB, YI, YJ, YL, YN, YO, YU, YV, 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".

3Y0J BOUVET ISLAND DXPEDITION NEWS (Press Release #11 ?from 3Y0J team??,
dated August 30th)[edited]. Amateur Radio DXpeditions (ARD) is making
great progress for our upcoming 3Y0J Bouvet DXpedition! With only four
months left until we go onshore Bouvet, we approach September that will
come with two major milestones for us.
 One major milestone is the shipping of the Container from Norway that
is scheduled on September 18th. From Oslo the container will be shipped
to Falkland Island where a team of local hams lead by Don VP8ON will
make an effort to inspect the content before our arrival.
 The 3Y0J team is currently busy packing all our equipment at our staging
site at Oslo airport, where we for the next few weeks will finalize the
packing of the equipment. This will end an extremely busy period for us.
 We have been through 12 months of purchasing, assembling, testing, and
packing the equipment. The team has worked hard, and ultimately shipping
the container will complete this intensive period of work that will enable
us to achieve our goal to activate the rare #2 DXCC Bouvetøya. Rest assured
this is a well-planned DXpedition!
 We have detailed out the logistic plan and have made a few changes. Among
the improvements are:

 * We have bought yet another outboard engine enabling us to use two
 zodiac boats simultaneously during beach landing to speed up the
 unloading of gear. In addition, we have a 3rd spare zodiac and engine.
 Having a pair of zodiak's is a great advantage to us as we have de-
 veloped a plan for going onshore Bouvet even for a short weather
 window down to 2h.

 * We have swapped the Yanmar generators with 5 kW Hyundai generators
 that will enable us to run full station setup with only 2 out of 4
 diesel gens. It means that we are less dependent on a long duration
 of good weather to achieve a good setup.

 * We have carried out a risk analysis and identified 37 hazards and
 assessed the risk for each hazard. 10 hazards are identified as "high"
 risk and 17 "medium", all which have been mitigated to an acceptable
 residual risk level. We have prepared a plan for rationing of food
 and water in case resupplies are difficult, and when we unload oper-
 ators and equipment onshore Bouvet, they will be self-sufficient for
 28 days without needing resupplies.

 The second milestone for September is the payment of the 3rd deposit
for the Marama contract. This payment is a major commitment from the
team and our sponsors individual and clubs, that we together will make
this happen. We thank each and every one of you who have contributed to
pay a share of the vessel cost to have the opportunity to work Bouvet.
We still need $70,000 to be able to go to Bouvet. If you want to see
Bouvet activated, please consider to donate.
 You can follow our plans from our website and the 3Y0J Facebook pages:?
 http://www.3y0j.no?
 https://www.facebook.com/groups/3093983840726129?
 Thank you, Oslo Aug 30th 2022
 Ken? Opskar, LA7GIA, Co-Leader?
 Rune? Oye?, LA7THA, Co-Leader??
 Erwann ?Merrien, ?LB1QI, Co-Leader??
 ---------------------------------------------------------

4W, TIMOR LESTE (Update). Satoshi, JH2EUV, continues to be active as
4W/JH2EUV from Dili, Timor Leste (OC-148), until September 20th. Activity
has been mainly FT8 on 20/15/12/10 meters. QSL via JH2EUV, by the Bureau,
direct or LoTW.

5C40, MOROCCO (Special Callsign). Operators Abderrahmane/CN8QR, Hafid/
CN8GFH and Mustapha/CN8GC are now active with special callsigns 5C40QR,
5C40GFH and 5C40GC, respectively from Marrakesh and Oujda, Morocco, until
September 12th, in memory of Kharbouch, CN8KD, who became a Silent Key
(SK) on August 3rd. Activity will be on various HF bands. QSL 5C40QR via
CN8WW, 5C40GFH via CN8GFH and 5C40GC via CN8WW.

5J01/5K0, SAN ANDRES AND PROVIDENCIA. Operators Francisco/HK3EA and
Gabriel/HK3MKQ will be active as 5J01EA and 5K0VT, respectively, from
Bottom House, Providencia Island (NA-049, WW Loc. EK93hi), between
February 28th and March 5th, 2023. Activity will be on various HF bands
and modes. QSL via LoTW and eQSL. Look for more details to be forthcoming.

5R, MADAGASCAR. Operators Ron/PA3EWP, Guenter/DL2AWG, Erno/DK2AMM and
Gerben/PG5M will be active as 5R8WP, 5R8WG, 5R8MM and 5R8CG, respectively,
from Nosy Be Island (AF-057), Madagascar, between October 11-22nd. They
will operate with two stations simultaneously and on CW, SSB, RTTY and
FT8. Each station consists of an Elecraft K3 with SPE Expert 1.3K-FA
amplifier. The spare radios are SunSDR2 PRO and IC7300. The antennas
will be Hexbeam for 20-6m, DX Commander for 40-10m, 30m vertical with
elevated radials, a 80m vertical and 160m vertical. Depending on inter-
net availability, they will update their records on ClubLog daily. QSL
5R8WP, 5R8WG and 5R8MM via DL2AWG, ClubLog and LoTW (later). QSL 5R8CG
via PG5M, ClubLog and LoTW (later).

5W, SAMOA (Canceled). Pista, HA5AO, reports the following on his Web
page (www.ha5ao.com): "5W0DX operation from Samoa in February 2023 is
cancelled. After 4 months of careful planning, receiving the 5W0DX li-
cense, booking the rooms at the Le Lagoto Resort, opening the website
and announcing our planned operation, booking the flight tickets, we
had to decide to cancel our DXpedition to Samoa due to unexpected, un-
foreseen reason."

7P, LESOTHO (Update). "A South African Ham Radio (Mini) Dxpedition 2022"
from Lesotho between November 2-7th. Operators mentioned are Mike/ZS6MSW
(Team Leader), YL Erika/ZS6ESW, Gert/ZS6GC, YL Elna/ZS6EB, Sid/ZS5AYC,
YL Adele/ZS5APT, Lucas/ZS6ACT and YL Magda/ZS6MMS will be active as 7P8CW
from Hlotse, Lesotho. Activity will be on 80-10 meters using CW, SSB and
FT8. Suggested frequencies are:
 CW - 3505, 7010, 14025, 18075, 21025, 24895 and 28025 kHz
 SSB - 3780, 7063, 14185, 18136, 21290, 24930 and 28490 kHz
 FT8 - 3580, 7040, 14071, 18090, 21091, 24915 and 28095 kHz
The team will be limited to 100 watts. Mike, ZS6MSW, will be the only
operator who will be active on CW. QSL via ClubLog and eQSL.

CN, MOROCCO (Update/Change). Michel, F5LRL, is now active as CN2DX from
near Kenitra (WW Loc. IM64), Morocco, until September 9th. Activity will
be holiday style on 40/20/17/15/12/10 meters using CW, SSB and FT8,
with a IC7610 into vertical antennas. Michel suggests to look for him
during 0500-1000z and 1800-2200z. QSL via EA5GL.

CQ MAGAZINE NEWS (Press Release, dated August 31st). The following was
sent out by Richard Moseson, W2VU, Editor of CQ Magazine:
 Updated CQ Contest Policy Relating to Russia's Invasion of Ukraine
 Supersedes Policy Published in September issue of CQ

 PLEASE NOTE: This updates and supersedes the policy discussion in the
 editorial of the September 2022 issue of CQ.

 Sometimes, deadlines are your friends; sometimes not. This was a "not."
The deadline for the September issue of CQ arrived while spirited dis-
cussions were still taking place regarding possible updates to CQ's policy
regarding stations from Russia and Belarus competing in CQ contests. Since
no agreement had been reached, it was decided to retain the policy as it
had been since last spring. However, discussions continued and we have
now agreed on several minor changes to the policy that will broaden par-
ticipation in our contests while still joining with sporting federations
around the world to condemn the invasion of Ukraine. The updated policy
follows, which supersedes that published in the September issue of CQ.
 - The editors

 1) Effective with the upcoming CQ WW RTTY DX contest on September 24-25,
 2022, and all CQ contests going forward, we will resume accepting
 Russian/Belorussian log entries as regular logs, publish their scores
 and credit QSOs/points/multipliers in all related logs.

 2) However, plaques will not be awarded to otherwise-eligible Russian/
 Belorussian stations. In the event that one of these stations has
 the top score in a given category, the plaque will be awarded to
 the top-scoring non-Russian/Belorussian entry in that category.

 3) Online certificates will not be awarded to any Russian/Belorussian
 entry, either as a participant award or based on ranking.

 4) CQ will identify partners with which to initiate a humanitarian
 program to support the people of Ukraine. This effort will occur
 either in collaboration with current activities or be entirely new.
 Details of this program will be announced as they develop.

 5) Specifics of this policy are subject to future review as develop-
 ments may warrant.
 
 -------------------------------------------------------------------

CY0S SABLE ISLAND DXPEDITION NEWS (Update; New Dates March 20-29th, 2023).
Murray, WA4DAN, CY0S DXpedition Team Leader), sent out the following update
on September 1st [edited]: "The 2023 Sable Island CY0S DXpedition team
is very pleased to announce that DX Engineering is a major sponsor of the
DXpedition. Many thanks to Tim/K3LR, Teri/K8MNJ and all the fine folks at
DX Engineering for their most generous and overwhelming support for the
CY0S DXpedition. DX Engineering is providing low band antennas, bandpass
filters, coaxial cables, guying materials and many other items. Many
thanks to the DX Engineering team! Planning continues to go well for the
DXpedition. One of the unique aspects of the Sable DXpedition effort is
the weight limits the team must meet. The team is allowed two flights to
get team members, equipment, antennas, antenna mast, coaxial cables, food
and personal gear to the island. One flight will be with Sable Aviation
on their Britten Norman Islander twin engine aircraft. The other flight
will be on the Vision Air Services Sikorsky SK-76A helicopter. The total
weight allowance for the two aircraft is 2965 lbs which includes the
weight of each team member. This somewhat limits what the team is allowed
to carry to the island. In order to conserve weight, team members will
be bringing freeze dried meals and MRE's for the nine day DXpedition.
The team is continually fine tuning and prioritizing the gear that will
be taken to the island. It's a challenge to be able to take all that is
needed and come under the weight limits."

DXCC'S MOST WANTED (ClubLog). The "DXCC Most Wanted" entities list has
been updated on ClubLog as of September 4th. The list contains 340
entities. The following are the top 26 entities:
 1. P5 DPRK (North Korea) 14. ZS8 Prince Edward & Marion Islands
 2. 3Y/B Bouvet Island 15. KH4 Midway Island
 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. FT/G Glorioso Island 23. EZ Turkmenistan
 11. FT5/X Kerguelen Island 24. YK Syria
 12. YV0 Aves Island 25. VK0H Heard Island
 13. VK0M Macquarie Island 26. FT/T Tromelin Island

 There are four changes in the "Top 26" since we last reported back on
 August 8th. FT5/X and FT/G changed places. VK0M and YV0 changed places.
 KH4 and ZS8 changed places. JD/M and FT/T changed places which caused
 JD/M to drop off the "Top 26." The complete "DXCC Most Wanted" entities
 list (340) is available at: https://secure.clublog.org/mostwanted.php

FH, MAYOTTE. Michal, OK1WMR (OK1M), will be active as FH/OK1M from Mayotte
Island (AF-027) between September 13-25th. Activity will be on 20/15/10
meters using SSB, RTTY and possibly FT8, with 100 watts into a dipole.
He will also be in the CQWW DX RTTY Contest (September 24-25th). QSL
via OK1M.

FO, FRENCH POLYNESIA. Vincent, K6VVK, will be active as FO/K6VVK from
Moorea Island (OC-046), French Polynesia, between September 27th and
October 5th. Activity will be holiday style on 160-6 meters using CW,
SSB and FT8/FT4, with a Yaesu FTDX10 into a MT1 antenna for 20-6m and
a sloping wire for 160-30m. QSL only via LoTW, ClubLog, eQSL and QRZ.com's
Log Book. NO direct or Bureau QSLs.

FR, REUNION. Michal, OK1WMR (OK1M), will be active as FR/OK1M from Reunion
Island (AF-016) between September 8-12th. Activity will be on 20/15/10
meters using SSB, RTTY and possibly FT8, with 100 watts into a dipole.
QSL via OK1M.

FW, WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS (Update). Jean, F4CIX, continues to be
active as FW1JG from Wallis Island. Reports indicate that he will be
here for the next 2 or more years. Activity is mainly on 40/30/20/17/
15/12/10/6 meters using SSB and FT8/FT4. Watch for him between 0630-0915z
on 20 meters using FT8 and SSB. He uses a IC-7300 with 100 watts into a
5 bands Spiderbeam and a wire dipole for 40/30m. He posts on QRZ.com the
following operations/suggestions and details/requests [edited]:
 FT8/4 -- Please send your grid first not the report...
 FT8 -- If I'm calling on a DX expedition frequency, it's always on
 FOX/Hound mode so call +1000Hz up at least and send your grid
 CW -- I don't decode CW by ear, but I will try to do some with a
 keyboard and CW skimmer. Thank you in this case for being
 lenient, just sending me a report and sending your callsign
 several times.
 ADDED NOTE -- English is not his mother tongue. Thank you to the English
 speaking radio amateurs for speaking slowly to facilitate his
 understanding.
 Logs are weekly uploaded to LoTW, ClubLog and QRZ.com. QSL via LoTW,
ClubLog or direct (with 2 USDs or 5 Euros) to: Jean-Gabriel GUILLEMONAT,
BP 60 Falaleu, 98600 Hahake, Wallis & Futuna Islands. Mail takes at least
two months to arrive in Wallis and one month to leave. For more details
and updates, see QRZ.com.

IOTA NEWS. The following are IOTA operations that were active this past
week between August 29th-September 3rd (as per the DXCluster):

 IOTA Callsign Island/GROUP Bands/Modes
 ------ ---------- ------------- -----------
 AF-004 EA8/DL3FCG CANARY 15m; SSB
 AF-004 EA8CZ CANARY 30m; FT8
 AF-004 EA8DMF CANARY 15m; SSB
 AF-004 EA8TN CANARY 10m; SSB
 AF-004 EA8DMF CANARY 17m; SSB
 AF-013 5R8LH MADAGASCAR 12m; FT8
 AF-014 CT3IQ MADEIRA 17m; SSB
 AF-016 FR4OZ REUNION 12m; FT8
 AF-017 3B9FR RODRIGUES 17m; FT4
 AF-018 IH9YMC PANTELLERIA 15m; CW
 AF-019 IG9ITO PELAGIE 40m; SSB
 AF-022 ZD7FT ST HELENA 17m; SSB
 AF-049 3B8HH MAURITIUS 40m; CW
 AS-007 JA0PI HONSHU 40m; SSB
 AS-007 JA4DLF HONSHU 40m; FT8
 AS-007 JA7EOO HONSHU 20m; FT4
 AS-007 JA7MVX/p HONSHU 17m; FT8
 AS-007 JA9IFF HONSHU 20m; FT8
 AS-007 JE4RAL HONSHU 20m; FT4
 AS-007 JF4EHM HONSHU 17m; SSB
 AS-007 JH0MSF HONSHU 20m; FT8
 AS-007 JH3NGD HONSHU 17m; SSB
 AS-007 JH4CPC HONSHU 20m; FT8
 AS-007 JH4UYB HONSHU 20/15m; SSB
 AS-007 JH7MQD HONSHU 40m; SSB
 AS-007 JH7QXJ HONSHU 15m; SSB
 AS-007 JR1GSE HONSHU 20m; FT8
 AS-007 JR1JGA HONSHU 17m; SSB
 AS-007 JR7JGA HONSHU 17m; SSB
 AS-019 9V1ZV SINGAPORE 20m; SSB
 AS-076 JA5JQH SHIKOKU 15m; FT8
 AS-077 JA6HZN KYUSHU 20m; FT8
 AS-078 JA8COE HOKKAIDO 15m; SSB
 AS-078 JH8RBY HOKKAIDO 17m; SSB
 AS-078 JH8RJS HOKKAIDO 15m; SSB
 AS-081 HL5PDJ KYONGSANG-BUKTO/KYONGSANG-NAMDO PROVINCE 15m; SSB
 EU-001 SV5TH DODECANESE 40m; CW
 EU-003 CU2AP EASTERN 17m; FT8
 EU-004 EA6EJ BALEARIC 20m; CW
 EU-005 G0HWK GREAT BRITAIN 17m; SSB
 EU-005 G4RCG GREAT BRITAIN 30m; CW
 EU-005 G8VVY GREAT BRITAIN 40m; FT8
 EU-005 M0SSR GREAT BRITAIN 30m; FT8
 EU-005 M0XXT GREAT BRITAIN 15m; SSB
 EU-009 GM8OFQ ORKNEY 40m; SSB
 EU-010 MM0GHM/M OUTER HEBRIDES 20m; FT8
 EU-015 SV9RKU CRETE 17m; SSB
 EU-016 9A5VLK DALMATIA SOUTH 20m; FT8
 EU-018 OY/MM0NDX FAROE 20m; FT8
 EU-018 OY6BEC/B FAROE 10m; CW
 EU-020 SM1ALH GOTLAND COUNTY 20/17m; SSB
 EU-021 TF2MSN ICELAND 30m; FT8
 EU-023 9H2AS MALTA 20m; FT8
 EU-024 IQ0ID SARDINIA 20m; SSB
 EU-025 IT9IQN Sicily 20m; SSB
 EU-025 IT9ISI Sicily 15m; SSB
 EU-025 IT9PQO Sicily 20m; FT8
 EU-034 ES0IA HIIUMAA/SAAREMAA/LAANEMAA COUNTY 20/15m; CW/SSB
 EU-040 CT7AUS/p ESTREMADURA PROVINCE 20m; SSB
 EU-042 DK8OL Sylt 20m; CW
 EU-045 IB0/EA3IEB LAZIO REGION 40m; SSB
 EU-046 LA1CI TROMS COUNTY 20m; SSB
 EU-046 LA6KOA TROMS COUNTY 17m; SSB
 EU-049 SV8/SV2HSY/p NORTH AEGEAN 40/20m; SSB
 EU-049 SV8SXD NORTH AEGEAN 17m; FT8
 EU-055 LA/DH3RN Bomlo 20m; FT8
 EU-115 EI3IUB/p IRELAND 40m; SSB
 EU-115 EI4KI IRELAND 40m; SSB
 EU-115 GI0LDI IRELAND 20m; SSB
 EU-115 MI0JZZ IRELAND 10m; FT8
 EU-120 2E0EYB ENGLISH COASTAL 20m; SSB
 EU-131 IK3PQH VENETO REGION 40/20m; SSB/RTTY/FT8/FT4
 EU-170 9A/DH1NBE DALMATIA NORTH 40m; CW
 EU-175 CU3AK/p CENTRAL 20/17m; SSB/FT8
 NA-005 VP9IN BERMUDA 17m; SSB
 NA-015 CO2QU CUBA 30/20m; SSB/FT8
 NA-016 ZF2OO CAYMAN 80m; FT8
 NA-022 VP2EIH ANGUILLA 40m; FT8
 NA-046 W1N Nantucket 80/40/20/15m; CW/FT8
 NA-067 AF2F/W4 NORTH CAROLINA STATE EAST 30/17/15m; FT8
 NA-096 HI8HRD HISPANIOLA 20m; SSB
 NA-096 HI8PAP HISPANIOLA 20m; SSB
 NA-099 KP4JRS PUERTO RICO 17m; CW
 NA-099 KP4TF PUERTO RICO 12m; CW
 NA-099 N5YIZ PUERTO RICO 20m; SSB
 NA-099 NP3XF PUERTO RICO 30m; FT8
 NA-099 NP4AW PUERTO RICO 20m; CW
 NA-099 NP4TX PUERTO RICO 40m; FT8
 NA-099 WP3L PUERTO RICO 30m; FT8
 NA-102 FG5GP GUADELOUPE 20m; SSB
 NA-106 KP2AD VIRGIN 15m; SSB
 NA-106 KP2B VIRGIN 30/17m; SSB/FT8
 NA-107 FM5BH MARTINIQUE 17m; CW/SSB
 OC-001 VK2GJC Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK2UXO Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK2VH Australia 40/20/15/10m; SSB
 OC-001 VK2WF Australia 160m;
 OC-001 VK3AUX Australia 20m; FT8
 OC-001 VK3BDX Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK3IH Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK3IO Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK3JLM Australia 20m; FT8
 OC-001 VK3VM Australia 20m; FT8
 OC-001 VK4DO Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK4HR Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK5KV Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-001 VK6IR Australia 30m; FT8
 OC-001 VK6ZO Australia 20m; SSB
 OC-016 3D2AG VITI LEVU AND VANUA LEVU 40m; FT8
 OC-021 YB0FLY JAVA 15m; SSB
 OC-021 YB0IBM JAVA 20/15m; SSB
 OC-021 YB0SAS JAVA 12m; FT8
 OC-021 YB1AYO JAVA 20m; FT8
 OC-021 YB1DIU JAVA 15m; SSB
 OC-021 YB1KI JAVA 40m; SSB
 OC-021 YB1RET JAVA 15m; SSB
 OC-021 YB1RKT JAVA 15m; SSB
 OC-021 YB1TDL JAVA 20m; FT8
 OC-021 YB1TQL JAVA 15m; FT8
 OC-021 YB2MVD JAVA 20m; SSB
 OC-021 YC1IFR JAVA 20m; FT4
 OC-021 YC2DBW JAVA 20m; SSB
 OC-021 YC3DOC JAVA 15m; SSB
 OC-021 YD2VCP JAVA 15m; FT8
 OC-022 YB9ELS BALI 17m; SSB
 OC-034 YB9VED NEW GUINEA 15m; SSB
 OC-036 ZL1WN NORTH 20m; SSB
 OC-046 FO5QB WINDWARD 15m; FT8
 OC-054 FW1JG WALLIS 20m; FT8
 OC-088 9M6TMT BORNEO 20m; SSB
 OC-088 9M65MQ BORNEO 20m; SSB
 OC-088 V85/F5NPV BORNEO 20m; CW
 OC-088 YB7NUS BORNEO 20m; SSB
 OC-134 ZL3GAV SOUTH 30m; FT8
 OC-134 ZL4PN SOUTH 40m; FT8
 OC-148 4W/JH3EUV TIMOR 20m; FT8
 OC-203 ZL4/VE6TC SOUTH ISLAND'S COASTAL 20m; SSB
 SA-001 CE0YHF/CE3 EASTER 10m; FT8
 SA-002 VP8A FALKLAND 160m;
 SA-008 LU6XQB ISLA GRANDE DE TIERRA DEL FUEGO 15m; FT8
 SA-011 9Y60TT TRINIDAD 20/17m; CW/SSB
 SA-068 8R1AK/P GUYANA 20m; 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-047. Operators Jorge/CT1BOL, José/CT1DSV, António/CT1ENV, Ricardo/
 CT3KN and José/CT3MD will be active as CR3SI from Selvagens
 Islands (Selvagem Grande) between September 21-25th. Activity
 is part of the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the
 Reserva Natural das Ilhas Selvagens. Operations will be on
 CW, SSB and FT8 (first time for this mode). This is a rare
 IOTA reference number. No other details available at this time.

 AF-094. Members of the Algerien Amateur Radio Union will be active as
 7Y8LI fromo Arzew Island (WLOTA 2292) sometime early November
 2022. Look for more details to be forthcoming.

 EU-041. (Reminder) Giuseppe, IK5WWA, is now active as IM0M from La
 Maddalena until September 13th. Activity will be on various
 HF bands plus 6 meters (he will not have antennas for 160 and
 30 meters). He states [edited], "On September 11th, I will
 participate in the I.I.A. Italian Island Award, while on Sep-
 tember 6th (on VHF) and September 8th (on 6 meters). I will
 be active for the I.A.C. Italian Activity Contest." QSL via
 his home callsign, by the Bureau or direct.

 NA-046. Operators Don/K6ZO and Brian/WV8BNM will be active as from
 Nantucket Island between September 1-7th. Activity will be on
 160-6 meters using the callsigns W1N (on SSB) and N1N (on CW
 & FT8). QSL route has not be announced yet, but QSL cards will
 be designed by UX5UO after the activity.

 NA-213. Tom, KM4VI, will be active from Dauphin Island between October
 13-15th. Activity will be holiday style on various HF bands
 using SSB. QSL via KM4VI, direct, LoTW or ClubLog.

 OC-203. Mike, VE6TC, will be active as ZL4/VE6TC from Oban, Stewart
 Island, (WW Loc. RE43BE) until early October. His operations
 will be portable using an FT-897 with 100w into a vertical
 wire with ground plane of radials of 3 - 1/4 wave a few feet
 off the ground. QSL via VE6TC, by the Bureau, direct, eQSL
 or 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......

LG5 & SJ9, NORWAY AND SWEDEN. Operators Andy/DL3DUE and Sten/DJ5NN will
activate the Ham station LG5LG/SJ9WL Morokulien station, which is on the
border between Norway and Sweden, between Friday, September 30th, and
Monday, October 3rd. The special callsign for the Norwegian side is LG5LG,
and the special callsign for the Swedish side is SJ9WL. Activity will be
on 160m-70cm using CW, SSB and the Digital modes. For more details about
the station, see QRZ.com under LG5LG or SJ9WL.

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.

P2, PAPUA NEW GUINEA (Update). Operators Ron/DG2RON, Olaf/DJ7TO, Werner/
DJ9KH, Heye/DJ9RR, Rudolf/DK3CG, Frank/DL1KWK, Norbert/DL2RNS, Georg/
DL4SVA, Christian/DL6KAC, Olaf/DL7JOM and Rolf/DL7VEE will be active as
P29RO from Loloata Island (OC-240), in the Papua New Guinea's Coastal
Island East IOTA Group, between October 25th and November 10th. Activity
will be on 160-6 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8 (F/H). Suggested
frequencies are:
CW - 1822.5, 3528, 5354, 7002, 10102, 14028, 18086, 21028, 24906 and 28028 kHz
SSB - 3805, 7092, 14210, 18120, 21275, 24955 and 28465 kHz
RTTY - 7044, 10145, 14095, 18105 and 21095 kHz
FT8(F/H) - 1836, 3567, 5356, 7056, 10131, 14090, 18095, 21090,24911 and 28090
6m - 50105/CW, 50125/SSB and 50323 kHz
 QSL via DL4SVA, direct, by the Bureau, Club's OQRS and LoTW. LoTW will
be activated 6 months after DXpedition For more details and updates, see:
 https://p29ro.mydx.de/?Welcome

PJ2, CURACAO (Reminder). Frank, PH2M, will be active as PJ2/PH2M from
Curacao between September 10-25th. Activity will be holiday style on
60-6 meters, including 30/17/12m, using mainly FT8. QSL via PH2M, by
the Bureau, direct, ClubLog or LoTW.

PROPAGATION FORECAST/REPORT (September 5-11th).......
 Sep/05th LN Sep/08th HN Sep/10th HN
 Sep/06th HN Sep/09th HN Sep/11th AN
 Sep/07th 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

PV200, BRAZIL (Special Event). Claudio, PY2KP, LABRE Radiosport Manager,
informs OPDX that the LABRE HQ will be operating the special callsign
PV200BR between September 1-30th, in celebration of Brazil's 200 years
of independence (07/09/1822 National holiday in Brazil). Activity will
be on all modes and bands. Along with the celebrations, it launches a
new award WID (Worked Independence Day). Details are available on their
Web site (www.labre.org.br). QSL via PY2KP.

QSL INFO AND NEWS...................
 QSL-INFO from Lothar, DL1SBF (www.qslinfo.eu) (September 4th)
 QSL-INFO from various sources provided by OPDX
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 3Z30PSP via SP9PSJ EG7SDC via EA1AUM (L) OZ/DB3MI via DB3MI
 5E9WW via CN8WW EG8SDC via EA1AUM (L) OZ50DDXG via OZ1ACB
 5R8LH via IK2DUW EG9SDC via EA1AUM (L) PI4TIL via PF7DKW & (L)
 5W1SA via JA1DXA EI90IRTS via EI6AL PP2/DL3SEZ via DL3SEZ
 9M65MA via 9M2OHM EJ4GRC via EI8DD PQ3G via PY3OZ
 9M65MB via 9M2CIF EK/RX3DPK via RX3DPK PR1T via PY1ZV (L)
 9M65MC via (e) G3M via G4PEO PT5C via PY5HC (L/e)
 9M65MJ via 9M2CDX (O) GB1SAK via M0OXO (O) PT6B via PY6HD (d/L)
 9M65MN via ? HB75SG/P via HB9KNY & (L) PV200BR via PY2KP
 9M65MP via 9W2EYR (d) HB9/IK2LEY/P via IK2LEY PV2K via EA5GL & (L)
 9M65MQ via (e) HG0WFF via HA0HW (O) PW2IND via PP5AA
 9M65MR via 9M4CPS HS0ZNR via VK2BY R100KBR via UA6XT
 9M65MS via (d) IQ0AK via IS0JXO R150AV via RM0L
 9M65MW via 9M2LDX J20EE via F4DXW R870G via RJ3T
 9V1ZV via EA5GL & (L) JX/LB4MI via LB4MI & (L) RA20LH via RZ3EC
 A35JP via JA0RQV LW2DO via EC6DX RL20LH via RZ3EC
 A44A via A47RS & (L) LX6/PD0RWL via PPD0RWL RT20LH via RZ3EC
 A61ZX via IZ8CLM & (L) LY786A via LY5A SF6F via SA6FOL (L)
 AM38SDC via EA1AUM LZ31ZE via LZ1KCP SM2M via SM2LIY & (L)
 AM500PCM via EA7URF N0C via W0UY (d/L) TM150FOR via F5LLZ
 CR2X via OH2BH NL7S via N4GNR TM2ALMA via F5PTA (d/e)
 EG1SDC via EA1AUM (L) OE60STMK via OE6WIG V85/F5NPV via F5NPV (L/e)
 EG2SDC via EA1AUM (L) OK/OM2JU/P via OM2JU VJ4T via VK4QH & (L)
 EG2UNA via EA2CW (e/L) OL15SOTA via OK1CYC VK0WN via VK7WN & (L)
 EG3SDC via EA1AUM (L) OM/SQ9MDF/P via SQ9MDF VK2GPL/9 via VK2GPL
 EG4SDC via EA1AUM (L) OX3LX via OZ0J W1N via K6ZO
 EG5SDC via EA1AUM (L) OY/DK4HH via DK4HH YB1JCD via EA7FTR & (L)
 EG6SDC via EA1AUM (L) OY/MM0NDX via EB7DX YQ6A via YO6BHN & (L)
 EG7FFP via EA7FC OY/MM0OKG via EB7DX (L) ZL4/VE6TC via VE6TC & (L)

 (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) QRZ.com only (E) E-Mail QSL only (P) Please send no QSL
 (BA) Bureau Automatic
 (**) 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)

 JX/LB4MI QSL UPDATE. Helge, JX/LB4MI, reports on QRZ.com, August 29th:
 "I am now reaching the end of my stay, and have a very busy schedule
 before leaving Jan Mayen, the 5th of October. So expect less activity
 on the bands. I will close the 'Jan Mayen-option' for direct QSL-cards
 21st of September, and when I arrive home I will open again for re-
 questing the official QSL-card; direct and buro. So if you want the
 Jan Mayen postcard + rubber stamps from the island, you must request
 before 21st of September.
 'Post card QSL-service' via OQRS still active. LAST shipment is 28th
 of September. Last OQRS request is 21st of September. See pictures at
 the end of this page (QRZ.com) for examples of the postcards. All re-
 ceived buro cards will be replied before Christmas 2022, for free -
 and those will only be the official QSL card.
 I really enjoy the CW pileups! But please note that I am NOT a skilled
 CW operator or DXer, so I am VERY HAPPY for your patience during the
 pileups! All QSO's are 100% headcopy (wink)."
 For more details and updates, see QRZ.com....

 QSL STATUS FOR RI0IR (AS-059). Peter, VA3DXA, was informed by Eugene,
 RZ3EC, QSL Manager of RI0IR, that the "OQRS does not work into Russia
 at this time but his (rcc.expedition@gmail.com) works fine for payments
 for the QSL. RI0IR is now on LoTW and the autoCFM feature will be
 activated in the near future."

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA LoTW: 3A2MW, 4W/JH2EUV, AP75SD, BN0W, CE2SV, CT7AUP,
 CX2DK, DL0MCM, EI3GRB, EK/RX3DPK, FM5BH, FP/KV1J, HI8T, JH7RTQ, JX/LB4MI,
 KH6BB, KH6LC, KL7HBK, LU2BR, MI0NWA, N7ET/DU7, NH6JC, S01WS, V4/NT5V,
 WH7T, YB9RPF, ZA/IW2JOP, ZL2BX and ZL7/ZL1VV

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA MAIL: C91CCY, D44PM, JX/LB4MI, RI0IR (AS-059), V47JA,
 Z61DX and Z66X

 QSLS RECEIVED VIA THE BUREAU: FJ/DK6AS and Z68XX
 --- We would like to see more QSL Bureaus (such as AS/US/SA/AF.. etc)
 send in their info....

SPECIAL EVENT (Highway to a DX Party!). The Citrus Belt Amateur Radio
Club of San Bernardino (w6jbt.org), California, is once again hosting
(probably one of the most fun special event activities) the 23rd annual
"Route 66 On The Air" special event between 0000z on Saturday, September
10th and 2359z on Sunday, September 18th. The purpose of this event is
to offer amateur radio operators a fun way to "Relive the Ride" of their
own memories of Route 66, and to celebrate the highway's 96th anniversary.
The U.S. Highway 66 established in 1926, was the first major improved
highway to link the west coast with the nation's heartland. Through stories,
songs, and TV shows, the highway came to symbolize the spirit of the freedom
of the open road, inspiring many to see America.
 Look for the following 21 stations (two are rovers) operating in or
around the major cities along the old "Route 66" from Santa Monica,
California, to Chicago, Illinois:

 Stations City Clubs/Individuals
 -------- -------------------- -------------------------
 W6A Santa Monica, CA Westside Amateur Radio Club
 W6B Los Angeles, CA Westside Amateur Radio Club
 W6C San Bernardino, CA Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club
 W6D Victorville, CA Victor Valley Amateur Radio Club
 W6E Barstow, CA Barstow Amateur Radio Club
 W6F Kingman, AZ (#1) Hualapai Amateur Radio Club
 W6G Flagstaff, AZ Northern Arizona DX Association
 W6H Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque DX Association
 W6I Amarillo, TX Panhandle Amateur Radio Club
 W6J Elk City, OK West Central OK Amateur Radio Club
 W6K Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma City Auto Patch Association
 W6L Tulsa, OK Tulsa Amateur Radio Club
 W6M Tribune, KS Western Kansas Amateur Radio Club
 W6N Joplin, MO Joplin Amateur Radio Club
 W6O Lebanon, MO Lebanon Amateur Radio Club
 W6P St. Louis, MO St. Louis Amateur Radio Club
 W6Q Chicago, IL Six Meter Club of Chicago
 W6R Springfield, MO Southwest Missouri Amateur RC
 W6U Wilmington, IL Wilmington Area Amateur Radio Club

 ROVER STATIONS
 ----------------
 W6S ROVER 1 Northern Arizona DX Association
 W6T ROVER 2 Northern Arizona DX Association

 Special event stations are expected to be found in the vicinity of the
following frequencies. (Look for digital modes in the standard band segments
for such mode) All frequencies +/- QRM:
 CW - 3533, 7033, 10110, 14033, 18080, 21033, 24900, 28033 and 50033 kHz
 SSB - 3866, 7266, 14266, 18164, 21366, 24966, 28466 and 50166 kHz
 Digi - 3573, 7074, 10136, 14074, 18100, 21074, 24915 and 28074 kHz

 R66 MOBILE Operations - Any amateurs operating while actually driving
 along Route 66 during the special event period are encouraged to
 take part in "Route 66 On The Air", by using the designation
 "mobile 66" for SSB or "/m66" for CW after their callsigns. All
 other amateur radio operators are welcome to contact these mobile
 operators. NOTE: W6S AND W6T ARE THE ONLY OFFICIAL EVENT ROVER/
 MOBILE STATIONS AND WILL BE ENDORSED ON THE EVENT CERTIFICATE.

 REPEATERS - Some of the participating clubs will also be operating this
 event from their local VHF/UHF repeaters. Check the ARRL repeater
 guide for possible repeater frequencies, if you're in the local
 area.

 2022 ROUTE 66 - LOG SHEET: This simple log sheet can be used during
 the event for a quick log record. Simply click on the link below and
 print off. When printing make sure it's in "Landscape" orientation.
 https://w6jbt.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/FINAL-EVENT-LOG-SHEET-FOR-WEBSITE.pdf
 PLEASE NOTE: This sheet is NOT to be used to request a certificate as
 you must fill out the application found under the "2022 Route 66 On The
 Air" tab on home page, then click the "Certificate/Decal Request..." tab.

 QSL - Each participating club will issue their own QSL card commemorating
 this event. QSL information is available on the Web at:
 http://w6jbt.org/?page_id=27

 CERTIFICATE/DECAL REQUEST - For more details about the event and the
 certificate that is available, please visit the "Route 66 OTA Site"
 at: http://w6jbt.org
 https://w6jbt.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/2022-ROUTE-66-CERTIFICATE-APPLICATION-FILLABLE-FORM-.pdf

TF, ICELAND (Reminder). Operators George/K5KG, Steve/K4EU and Tom/K4NMR
will be active as TF/K5KG, TF/K4EU and TF/K4NMR from Iceland (IOTA EU-21),
September 6-20th. The team will be working various contests, CWTs, state
QSO parties, etc...

TM8, FRANCE (Special Event). Members of the Saint Malo Radio Club will
activate special event station, TM8R, during the "Route du Rhum", a sailing
ship race from Saint-Malo (France) to Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe Island).
The activity will take place between October 27th and November 6th. The
team will be active on all bands, all modes. For more information, see the
"Association des radios amateurs de la côte d'Emeraude" (ARACE) Web
site at (http://www.arace.fr/) as well as (http://www.routedurhum.com/fr)
page. QSL via F5BNJ, direct, by the Bureau, ClubLog or LoTW. An online log
will be available at: http://clublog.org/logsearch/TM8R

TY, BENIN. Finnish operators Tapani/OH5BM, Pekka/OH2TA and Timo/OH5LLR
will be active as TY5AF from the premises of the Finnish cultural center
"Villa Karo", in Grand Popo village on the Atlantic coast of Benin between
November 22-29th. Activity will be on all HF bands and modes. The operators
will also focus on the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 26-27th) as a Multi-Op
entry. While there, they will try to establish local amateur radio activ-
ities in Benin together with Villa Karo organization.

V2, ANTIGUA. A couple of sources are reporting that Bud, AA3B, will once
again be active as V26K from Antigua (NA-100) between September 7-15th.
Activity will be mainly on CW on various HF bands during his spare time.
QSL via AA3B (Direct or Bureau), eQSL, LoTW or ClubLog's OQRS.

VP5, TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS. Operators Jim/NU4Y and Ron/N4KE will be
active as VP5DX from Turks & Caicos between October 20th and November
2nd. Activity will be on 160-10 meters as well as the CQWW DX SSB Contest
(October 29-30th) as a Multi-Single/Low-Power entry. QSL via NU4Y, LoTW
or ClubLog.

VP9, BERMUDA. Janusz, SP9FIH, will be active as SP9FIH/VP9 from Bermuda
Islands (NA-005) between September 23rd and October 2nd. Activity will
be on 30/17/15/12 meters using SSB, RTTY and FT8, while using "very modest
equipment." QSL via ClubLog's OQRS or LoTW. For more details and updates,
watch: http://vp9.dxpeditions.org

WA2, UNITED STATES (Special 911 Callsign). The station WA2NYC is a remem-
brance of the 21st anniversary on the attack on the World Trade Center
in New York City. We remember that over twenty nine hundred souls that
were lost on that day. The station will operate between 0000z, September
11th until 0300z, September 12th. Suggested frequencies are: 28450,
21350, 14340, 7238 and D-STAR Reflector XLX020B will be monitored at the
top of the hour. They will also be uploading QSOs to LoTW. If you would
like a QSL card, PLEASE send a SASE to the club address: Wireless Asso-
ciation Of New York City, 233 Wolverine St, Staten Island, NY 10306-1746,
USA.

YJ, VANUATU. If you missed Mike, VK2BXE, as YJ0MB from Vanuatu this past
week, you will have another chance to work him in about 2-3 weeks. QSL
via address on QRZ.com.

ZA, ALBANIA. Ark, UA4CC, may be active again as ZA/UA4CC from near Vlora,
Albania, possibly between September 7-17th (TBD). Activity will be holiday
style on various HF bands using CW, FT8 and possibly SSB, with an Elecraft
K3 into wire antennas from balcony. QSL via UA4CC, direct (NO IRCs),
ClubLog (direct or Bureau; PayPal currently NOT working - See QRZ.com)
or LoTW. NO Bureau.


 
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