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  • FS/RW0CN & FS/VE7ACN – Saint Martin & Tintamarre NA-199
    During February 9-16, 2020 look for Mike VE7ACN to be active from Saint Martin (FS/RW0CN) and Tintamarre Island NA-199 (FS/VE7ACN). QRV on 80-10m, possibly 160m. PArticipation in the ARRL DX CW contest. NOTE: Tintamarre Island is a Nature Reserve, day trips are allowed but overnight stay requires a special permit. Due to overall fairly short […]

  • FJ/MM0NDX – St Barthelemy
    By Col, MM0NDX of DX-World. Tentative plans to return to St Barts in early May 2020. I was last in St Barts (for one day only) in 2014 after the PJ7PK NA-247 IOTA DXpedition. Instead of FJ/MM0NDX, I may use FJ/OJ0Y, or even both! Couple more ops may join me. More info after the New […]

  • YS/HK4GOO – El Salvador
    NEWS UPDATE – QSL preview courtesy EA5GL. NOVEMBER 8, 2019 – Back in May 2019, DX-World published a message from Tom, KC0W informing that he had to cancel his expedition to El Salvador but was keen to offer someone for free his prepaid accommodation. That lucky person was Gabriel, HK4GOO and he will be active […]

  • TT8RR & TT8XX – Chad
    By Silvano I2YSB, IDT Team After a delay to our DXpedition to Chad, which was planned for 2019, we finally received the required security clearance. Therefore, we shall be active around mid-2020 from the Capital city of Ndjamena. We shall operate, as usual, with two different call signs: TT8RR (CW, SSB, RTTY). TT8XX (FT8). We […]

  • 9J2LA – Zambia
    NEWS UPDATE – Carl, SM6CPY joins the 9J2LA Team as a very skilled top band operator. OCTOBER 30, 2019 – Chris, LA8OM & Philipp, DK6SP join the 9J2LA team. JUNE 25, 2019 — Dates: March 5-15, 2020. Website MAY 14, 2019 — Z2LA and 7P8LB team members are planning a trip to Zambia during early […]

  • Solar Cycle 25 forecast update
    The NOAA/NASA co-chaired, international panel to forecast Solar Cycle 25 released their latest forecast for Solar Cycle 25. The forecast consensus: a peak in July, 2025 (+/- 8 months), with a smoothed sunspot number (SSN) of 115. The panel agreed that Cycle 25 will be average in intensity and similar to Cycle 24. Additionally, the […]

  • TT8SN – Chad
    NEWS UPDATE – TT8SN is again active from N’Djamena, Chad. QRV mainly on 30 & 17m FT8. OCTOBER 14 – Nicolas TT8SN will not be in N’Djamena starting from October 15th for over 6 weeks. QSL cards will only be printed at the end of the year. Meanwhile, the log has been uploaded to LoTW […]

  • ZF2LA & ZF2YL – Cayman Islands
    Vicky, AE9YL and Roland, K9LA will be active from Grand Cayman island as ZF2YL and ZF2LA during December 13-16, 2019. QRV on HF bands. QSL via H/cs.

  • T88FT, & T88IH – Palau
    JI6IHG & JA7WFT will be active from Koror, Palau as T88IH & T88FT during June 5-12, 2020. QRV on CW/SSB/Digi. QSL via H/c, LoTW.

  • KP4/AA7CH – Vieques Isl, NA-249
    Mike, VE7ACN plans activity from will be active Vieques Island, NA-249 as KP4/AA7CH during January 31 to February 5, 2020. QRV on 80-10m, possibly 160; CW/SSB. QSL via Club Log or direct to VE7ACN.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 August 2012 21:29