The Ohio/Penn DX PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 588
November 25, 2002
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF-80 BBS Cleveland, Ohio
Online at 440-237-8208 28.8k-1200 Baud 8/N/1
Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, N2CKH, NG3K, W3UR & The Daily DX, N4AA & QRZ DX, NP4FW, K5LBU, KH6GMP, AA7UC, K7OX, K8YSE, Diamond DX News, 9M2/G4ZFE, DL1HCM, DL1EK/DL7VOA & DX Newsletter, F5NQL & UFT, FJ5DX & La Gazette du DX, G3TMA, I1JQJ & IK1ADH - 425 DX NEWS, JA1ELY, OZ6OM/OZ7M & OZ 50 MHz DX Bulletin, S52DG, SM7VZX, VA3RJ & ICPO and VK2CZ for the following DX information.
** EDITOR'S SPECIAL NOTICE: This week's bulletin was sent out earlier than normal to accommodate the late CQWW DX CW Contest announcements. Also, it will provide the readers with a consolidated listing of the CQWW DX CW Contest participants.
DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT: According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Saturday, 16/November, through 2102z Friday, 22/November there were 241 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3C, 3D2, 3DA, 3V, 3W, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4U1I, 4W, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5V, 5W, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7P, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9L, 9M2, 9M6, 9Q, 9V, 9Y, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C5, C6, CE, CE0A, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, CY0, CY9, D2, D4, DL, DU, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FH, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FP, FR, FW, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HC8, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HM, HP, HR, HS, HV, HZ, I, IS, J2, J3, J6, J7, JA, JD/o, JT, JW, JY, K, KG4, KH0, KH2, KH6, KH8, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OH0, OK, OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P2, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ7, PY, PY0F, PZ, S0, S2, S5, S9, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T32, T7, T8, T9, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TL, TR, TT, TU, TZ, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, VE, VK, VK0M, VK9N, VP2E, VP2M, VP2V, VP5, VP8, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XT, XU, XW, YA, YB, YI, YJ, YK, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZD9, ZF, ZK1/s, ZL, ZP, ZS
* PLEASE NOTE: The report "could" contain "Pirate/SLIM" operations. As always, you never know - "Work First Worry Later" (WFWL).
4Z, ISRAEL. Look for OK1EE to be active as 4Z8EE in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Single-Op/Single Band (40m)/Low Power entry. QSL via OK1EE or 4Z8EE.
7S, SWEDEN. Samir Popaja, SM7VZX, will be active as 7S7V in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Single-Op/All Band/Low Power entry. His antennas will be as Battle Creek Special (1.8, 3.5, 7 MHz) and GP (14, 21, 28 MHz). QSL via SM7VZX: Samir Popaja, Lettlandsgatan 2B, SE-214 31 Malmo, Sweden. Visit his Web page at: http://www.totem.se/7s7v/
8Q, MALDIVES. Juergen, DL8LE, will be active through December 3rd. His activity will be on 80-10 meters mainly on CW, with some SSB, PSK31 and RTTY. The callsign is not known yet. QSL via home call either direct or through the bureau.
9K, KUWAIT (Update). Mike, DL1HCM, informed OPDX that he will be active as 9K9X in the CQWW CW Contest either as a Multi/2 or Multi/Single entry. Remember, QSLs go via the 9K Bureau or via 9K2HN, not via DL1HCM.
9M2, WEST MALAYSIA (IOTA Op/Contest). Rich, 9M2/G4ZFE, informs OPDX that he will be active from Pulau Pangkor (IOTA AS-072) during the CQWW CW Contest as 9M2/G4ZFE/P. He will operate as Single Operator/Single Band (15m)/Low Power entry. He also mentions that the direct QSL address for all his 9M2 operations (9M2/G4ZFE and 9M2/G4ZFE/P IOTA) has changed to: Richard Everitt, #2601, PNB Darby Park, Jalan Binjai, Kuala Lumpur 50450, Malaysia.
9M8, EAST MALAYSIA (OOOPPPS!). Last week we mentioned that Ian, 9M2/G3TMA, would be active in 9M2-land for the CQWW CW Contest. Ian has informed us that this is a "slight error" and he will be active in the contest but as 9M8/G3TMA and not 9M2/G3TMA.
A4, OMAN. Krzysztof, SP5EXA, will be active as A45XR in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Single-Op/All Band/High Power Entry. QSL via the address on QRZ.com.
AFRICAN OPERATION (Update/Please refer to OPDX.585). Frost, K5LBU, informs OPDX that he has talked to Andre, ZS6WPX, this past week and things may change for their operation by the time Frosty arrives in South Africa (ZS). They were hoping to be active as C91CF from Mozambique but will not know for sure until Friday, November 22nd. If he cannot be active from C9-land, he will try to be active as 7P8/K5LBU from Lesotho, or if that fails, he will be active as 3DA0CF from Swaziland. Whatever happens, Frosty should be active somewhere starting on Monday, November 25th through noon the 29th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters SSB.
BV4, TAIWAN (Update/Change). Art, BW3/UA3VCS, states he will NOT be using his "BW3" callsign for the CQWW CW Contest (eventhough he loves this callsign; but it is too long for the contest), but instead, he received the new callsign BV4YI. Activity will be SO/AB/LP.
C4, CYPRUS. Marios, 5B4WN, will be using the special callsign C4W in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Single-Op/All Band entry. QSL via 5B4WN.
ELECTED OFFICERS. The Spokane DX Association elected the following officers to serve for the year 2003:
Gary Elliott K7OX - President Mary Moore AA7RT - Treauser Randy Folts K7TQ - Vice President George Tuncil W6AEA - Secretary
FH, MAYOTTE. Dirk, DL5CF, will be active as FH/DL5CF now through November 30th. Activity will be on 160-10 meters, mainly on CW with some RTTY. Also, look for him in the CQWW DX CW Contest. QSL via Bureau.
FM, MARTINIQUE. Paul, K9PG, will operate as FM5BH in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Single-Op/All Band/High Power entry. QSL via W3HNK.
FT1Z, AMSTERDAM ISLAND. Caroline, FT1ZK, is active on 6 meters every afternoon. She currently states she doesn't hear any beacons yet. Her beacon is active 24 hours a day on 50.086 MHz. She will leave Amsterdam Island on January 16th. QSL via F5JCB.
GOOD NEWS FOR VK HAMS. David, VK8AA/VK2CZ, reports that all VK hams will get access to 3776-3800 kHz starting January 1, 2004.
HL0, SOUTH KOREA. Operators HL4GRT, DS4NMJ and DS4OWM will be active as HL0CAC in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Multi- Single entry. QSL via the Bureau or HL4GRT.
IU, ITALY. Members of the ARI Brescia Contest Team (I2CZQ, IK2BCP, IK2EAD, IK2FYH, IK2GSN, IK2GXK, IK2GZU, IK2QEI and IK2SAU) will be active as IU2X in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Multi/Single/ High Power entry. QSL via IK2GSN.
JA, JAPAN (Special 160m Op). Mark your calendar! OPDX was informed that Hiro, JF1NZW, one of the best Top-Bander in JA-land, will be concentrating on 160 meters between January 4-10th (2003). Hopefully, more details will be forthcoming for this special week of activity.
JY9, JORDAN. Operator JM1CAX will be active as JY9NX (from JY9NX's QTH) in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Single-Op/ Single Band (20m) entry. QSL via JH7FQK.
KH3, JOHNSON ISLAND. Gary Belcher, KH6GMP, informs OPDX that he will be on a one man DXpedition to Johnston Island from December 11-17th. The following modes will be used: SSB, RTTY, PSK31, there will be no CW operation. His callsign will be KH6GMP/KH3. QSL via KH6GMP with SASE or IRC or via KH6 Bureau, NO E-mail QSLs please. During the ARRL 10 Meter Contest, activity will be a full contest effort SSB only. Prior to and after the contest, activity will include RTTY and PSK31 Operation.
LIGHTHOUSE ACTIVITY. Look for Glen, NK1N, to be active November 29th from Jeffrey's Hook Lighthouse (USA-408), New York County, New York. The special callsign W2L will be used. Operation will begin at 1700z and end at 2100z. Glen is expected to start his activity on 14270 kHz (+/- QRM) and will use the other usual lighthouse frequencies as well, CW included. QSL via Glen Johnstone, NK1N, 555 Kappock St, #16A, Bronx, NY 10463 USA.
OD, LEBANON. Pavel, OD5/OK1MU, is expected to be active in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Single-Op/Single Band/High Power entry. He has not yet decided what band he will operate (possible 80, 40, or 10 meters). QSL via OKDX Foundation. Visit his Web page at: http://www.qsl.net/ok1mu/
P4, ARUBA. Mike, DF8AN, is expected to end his activity in Peru on November 24th (where he was signing as OA4/DF8AN/p and OA7/DF8AN/p) and head to Aruba to be active until November 29th. He is expected to sign as P4/DF8AN or P40N. Activity will be mainly on CW on all bands including 6 meters with just 100 watts into a long wire. QSL via DF8AN.
RK0, ASIATIC RUSSIA. Members of the Central Siberia DX Club Team will be active as RK0AYB in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Multi-2 entry. Operators will be UA0ANW, RU0AT, UA0WW, UA9MA, RZ9HT, RZ9HG, RZ9IR and RW9HK.
SILENT KEY. Hector (Luigi) Perez, NP4FW, reports on behalf of the Puerto Rico DX Club that Agustin (Papo) Santana, WP4Q, one of thier most dedicated DXers in Puerto Rico, became a SK early Thursday morning after undergoing complications on a long time illness. OPDX and its readers would like to send out our deepest sympathy to Papo's family and friends.
SPECIAL EVENT. The OMARC "Project Diana Special Event" Press Release: On January 11, 2003, from 1600z to January 12th 0000z the Ocean Monmouth ARC will operate from the historic Diana site to commemorate the first ever successful moon bounce experiment as conducted by the U.S. Army Signal Corps held on January 10, 1946. The OMARC shall operate CW/SSB and possibly other modes in the General and Novice/Technician sub bands of the 80, 40, 20, 15, 10 meter bands and possibly elsewhere. For a historical perspective refer to the ARRL QST article in the May of 1946 QST titled "A DX Record: To the Moon and Back, How the Moon-Radar Feat was Accomplished" written by Herbert Kaufpman, W20QU. For more information on the Diana Project and for QSL info please visit the OMARC web site at: http://www.qsl.net/n2mo/ Also, visit the "Info Age Learning Center" for more Diana Project history at: http://www.infoage.org/diana.html You can also send an E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
TO2, GUADELOUPE. Jack, F6HMJ, will be active as TO2FG from Guadeloupe's main island (IOTA NA-102, DIFO FG001), for one month starting December 15th and ending on January 15th. Activity will be on all HF bands. QSL via F6HMJ.
TZ, MALI. Mac, TZ6JA, is once again going to Bamako, Mali for business. He will stay in Bamako between November 23rd and December 10th. Mac hopes to operate 40/20/17/15/12/10 meters SSB only. QSL via JA3EMU SASE only or via Mac's mailing address below:
ADDED NOTE: If you send your QSLs via the JARL Bureau they will be returned few years later because neither are members of the JARL.
UU7, UKRAINE. Operators UU1DX, UU0JM, UU0A, UU6JM, UU5JIB and UU4JMG will be active as UU7J in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest(November 23-24th) as a Multi/2 entry. The antennas are as follows: 2 elements on 160, 5 elements on 80, 2 elements on 40, 6 elements on 20, 8 elements on 15 and 6 elements on 10 meters. QSL via UU8JK.
VK9X, CHRISTMAS ISLAND. Kunio, JA8VE, who has been in Indonesia, will be active from Christmas Island (OC-002) between December 7-14th (callsign was not provided at this time). He will operate mostly 20 and 15 meters SSB. QSL via JA1KJW: Nakayama Hisashi: 1-17-8 Shibuya, Yamato, 242-0023 JAPAN.
VU, INDIA. Ananth, VU2PAI, will be active in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Single-Op/All Band entry. He asks all the "big guns" to please listen for him on 160 meters. QSL via the address on QRZ.com.
XR3, CHILE. Charlie, CE3DNP, will be active as XR3A in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Single-Op/Single Band (10m)/QRP entry. He will use a FT-817 and a 4 element yagi.
ZC4, U.K. SOV. BASE AREAS ON CYPRUS. Dez, ZC4DW (G0DEZ), will be in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Single-Op on 80 meters or 160 meters. His sunrise is at 0436z and his sunset is at 1435z.
Z3, MACEDONIA. Dragan, Z32XX, will be active in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Single-Op/All Band entry. QSL via the bureau or CBA: Dragan Davkovski, PO Box 15, 2000 Stip, Macedonia.
ZP6, PARAGUAY. An International Crew of operators (Dale/N3BNA, Clarence/ W4PMF, Jorge/CX6VM, Douglas/ZP6CW, Thomas/ZP5AZL, Juan/ZP5MAL and Luis/ ZP5WBM) will be active from the contest station in Pirayu (about 30 miles from Asuncion, the capital of Paraguay) as ZP6T in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th) as a Multi-2-High Power entry. QSL via ZP5MAL.
ZL1AMO UPDATE. Judy Roush, AA7UC, continues to provide OPDX and the DX community with updates on Ron Wright's condition from his daughter Terri Wright. Over the past weekend, doctors performed a tracheotomy and Ron was slowly beginning to show signs of improvement and movement. As this was being prepared, another update was received on Thursday, November 21st, stating the following from Terri: "My sister Jeanne phoned a little earlier to say dad had a bad night and has had a decline. They have found two infections which are making it harder on him. He is has also been put back onto the other breathing machine. The nurse said he will have good and bad days, we just don't want him to give up. Jeanne said she told him all his Ham friends from around the world are waiting to hear him on the radio and this put a big smile on his face. We are hoping that he will gain some strength so as he can perhaps be able to write......"
Also, INDEXA has established the "ZL1AMO Air Ambulance Fund" to assist Ron and his family with the cost of air evacuating him from Fiji to Auckland, New Zealand. The details are in the following news release.
International DX Association (INDEXA) P. O. Box 607 / Rock Hill, SC 29731 Phone: (928) 537-2186 / FAX: 775-655-2102 / E-mail: email@example.com
For release: Immediate (21 November 2002) For more information contact: Judy Roush, AA7UC, President, INDEXA firstname.lastname@example.org
ZL1AMO Air Ambulance Fund
On November 15th, the amateur radio community received word that well-known DXer, Ron Wright, ZL1AMO, fell ill in Fiji while on a DXpedition that included C2, Nauru. Ron was admitted to the Lautoka hospital where he was diagnosed with pneumonia and collapsed lungs. He was placed on life support and a few days later an air ambulance was dispatched from New Zealand to transport him back to New Zealand where he remains on life support in the critical care unit of the Auckland hospital.
Ron has no medical insurance and the cost of the emergency air ambulance is $40,000 NZD or approximately $20,000 USD. A ZL1AMO Air Ambulance Fund has been established by the International DX Association (INDEXA) to assist the Wright family with expenses incurred during Ron's most recent DXpedition.
If you would like to contribute, please make checks out to INDEXA with a notation "For ZL1AMO Air Ambulance Fund" on the "For" line at the bottom of the check. Please mail your contributions to:
The ZL1AMO Air Ambulance Fund
c/o Bill Jennings, W4UNP
P. O. Box 607
Rock Hill, SC 29731
Contributions to this fund are not tax deductible.
Ron's family assures the DX community that they have his log book from Fiji where he was operating as 3D2RW and, in time, all QSL cards will be processed.
The Wright family appreciates the prayers and support of long-time = friends and they hope that friendships recently established will = continue in the future.
Judy, AA7UC, states, "I will continue to forward more updates as they become available."
CQ World Wide DX CW Contest
The following stations are expected to be active in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 23-24th, 2002)
Thanks to Bill, NG3K, for providing OPDX readers the following consolidated listing of the participants in the 2002 CQWW CW Contest. For a more detailed listing in HTML format, please visit the Web page at:
------------------------------------------------------ Contest DXCC CQZ Class QSL Callsign Entity Route ------------------------------------------------------ 3C2MV Equatorial Guinea 36 VE6JO Direct 3G1X Chile 12 SOAB HP XQ1IDM 3V8BB Tunisia 33 M/S YT1AD 4G1A Philippines 27 SOAB HP DX1CW Direct 4L8A Georgia 21 SOSB 10M OZ1HPS 4Z8EE Israel 20 SOSB 40M OK1EE 6Y2A Jamaica 08 SOSB 20M WA4WTG 6Y4A Jamaica 08 SOSB 40M WA4WTG 6Y8A Jamaica 08 SOSB 80M WA4WTG 6Y9A Jamaica 08 SOSB 15M WA4WTG 6Y0A Jamaica 08 SOSB 160M WA4WTG 7S2E Sweden 14 SOAB HP SM2DMU 7S7V Sweden 14 SOAB LP SM7VZX 8N1OGA Ogasawara 27 JARL Buro 8P5A Barbados 08 SOAB HP NT1N 8S5A Sweden 14 SOAB SM5AJV 9A1A Croatia 15 M/M Buro 9A1P Croatia 15 M/S 9A2RD 9K9X Kuwait 21 M/S 9K2HN 9M2/G4ZFE/p West Malaysia 28 SOSB 15M G4ZFE 9M6NA East Malaysia 28 SOSB 15M JE1JKL 9M8/G3TMA East Malaysia 28 SO 9M2/G3TMA 9S1X Congo (DR) 36 SOAB F2YT A45X Oman 21 SOAB HP A45XR AH2R Guam 27 M/2 JH7QXJ BV4YI Taiwan 24 SOAB LP UA3VCS C4W Cyprus 20 SOAB 5B4WN C53M Gambia 35 M/M OH3RM C6AJX Bahamas 08 M/S N7NU C6AKP Bahamas 08 M/2 N4RP Buro CE4U Chile 12 SOSB 15M CE4USW CN2R Morocco 33 SOAB W7EJ CO8LY Cuba 08 SOSB 15M EA7ADH CO8TW Cuba 08 SOSB 20M IZ8CCW CO8ZZ Cuba 08 SOAB HP DK1WI CT3EE Madeira 33 SOAB LP Automatic Buro CT8T Portugal 14 SOAB HP Automatic Buro CT9L Madeira 33 M/S DJ6QT CX9AU Uruguay 13 SOAB KA5TUF CY0MM Sable Island 05 VE3NE D4B Cape Verde 35 SOAB 4L5A D44TD Cape Verde 35 M/S CT1EKF E20HHK Thailand 26 SOSB E21EIC E20NTS Thailand 26 SOSB E21EIC EA6/DL1GGT Balearic Islands14 M/2 EA6DD Balearic Islands 14 SOAB LP Buro EA6IB Balearic Islands 14 M/S EA6IB CBA EA8/DH5JG/p Canary Islands 33 DH5JG Buro EA8/DL6QW Canary Islands 33 M/S DL6QW EA8ZS Canary Islands 33 M/M OH1JT EM0U Ukraine 16 M/S UT3UZ ES6Q Estonia 15 M/S ES5RY EY8MM Tajikistan 17 SOSB 10M K1BV FH/DL5CF Mayotte 39 DL5CF Buro FM5BH Martinique 08 SOAB HP W3HNK FS/KM3T St Martin 08 SOAB HP K2PF FY5FY French Guiana 09 SOAB QRP FY5FY GI5W Northern Ireland 14 M/2 UT5SI GJ2A Jersey 14 SOAB HP GJ3DVC GM7V Scotland 14 M/M M0CMK HB0/DJ0IP Liechtenstein 14 SOAB LP HC8N Galapagos 10 M/M W5UE HL0CAC South Korea 25 M/S Buro HR3J Honduras 07 JA6VU HS4BPQ/9 Thailand 26 SOAB LP E21EIC HZ1AB Saudi Arabia 21 SOSB 15M? K8PYD IG9A African Italy 33 SOSB 80M IT9GSF IH9/OK1DSZ African Italy 33 SOSB 10M OK1DSZ IH9P African Italy 33 SOSB 40M OK1MG II1H Italy 15 M/S I1HJT IQ3X Italy 15 SOSB 40M IV3SKB IU2M Italy 15 M/S IK2HDG Buro IU2X Italy 15 M/S IK2GSN J3A Grenada 08 M/M WA1S J45KLN Dodecanese 20 SM0CMH J75KG Dominica 08 KU9C JK6SEW Japan 25 M/S Buro JW5E Svalbard 40 M/S JW5NM JY9NX Jordan 20 SOSB 20M JH7FQK JY9QJ Jordan 20 SOAB HP DL5MBY K2G Guam 27 M/S JA1OZK Direct KH6/W8QZA Hawaii 31 SOSB 20M KH0/JF2VAX Mariana Islands 27 SOAB JF2VAX KH0/JK2VOC Mariana Islands 27 SOAB JK2VOC KP3Z Puerto Rico 08 SOAB HP WC4E LN8W Norway 14 M/? LA9VDA LT1F Argentina 13 M/2 LU1FKR LX5A Luxembourg 14 M/S LX1RQ LX7I Luxembourg 14 M/S LX2AJ LY1YK Lithuania 15 M/S LY2FY LY7A Lithuania 15 M/M LY2ZO LY7Z Lithuania 15 SOAB LY2TA LZ9W Bulgaria 20 M/S Buro M7M England 14 SOSB 80M G0CKP M7W England 14 SOAB HP G3XWK M8C England 14 SOAB LP G4DFI MJ0ASP Jersey 14 SOSB 20M F5SHQ MU5X Guernsey 14 SOAB G3KKQ MW5A Wales 14 SO G3TXF OD5/OK1MU Lebanon 20 SOSB OKDXF OH1F Finland 15 SOAB OH1NOA OH2K Finland 15 M/M OH2K OH4A Finland 15 SOSB 20M OH6LI Buro OH7M Finland 15 M/S Buro OH0V Aland Islands 15 SOSB 15M OH6LI Buro OH0Z Aland Islands 15 SOAB OH5DX OK5W Czech Republic 15 M/S OK1AEZ OL5T Czech Republic 15 M/M OK1KHL OT2A Belgium 14 SOSB ON7LR Direct OZ0XX Denmark 14 M/M OZ0XX P40A Aruba 09 SOAB WD9DZV P40E Aruba 09 SOAB HP W3HNK P40Q Aruba 09 SOAB HP K0DQ P40W Aruba 09 SOAB N2MM PJ2T Netherlands Antilles09 M/M N9AG PJ4W Netherlands Antilles09 SOAB LP DL1EFD PJ5/K1NA Sint Maarten 08 SOAB K1NA PT5A Brazil 11 M/M VE3HO R5CC Russia (Europe) 16 M/S RW3RN RK0AYB Russia (Asia) 18 M/2 UA0ANW Buro RT9W Russia (Asia) 17 M/S Buro RU1A Russia (Europe) 16 M/2 RU1AE RW2F Kaliningrad 15 M/2 DK4VW S9MX Sao Tome 36 SOAB LP KQ1F S9WU Sao Tome 36 SOAB F6HWU S07PM Western Sahara 33 SO SN4L Poland 15 M/M SP4CJA SP5KVW Poland 15 M/S Buro SV1NA Greece 20 SOSB 160M Buro T88JA Belau 27 JA6VZB T94FC Bosnia 15 SOSB 10M TA2/Z31GX Turkey 20 SOSB 40M DJ0LZ TI5N Costa Rica 08 SOAB TM5C France 14 M/S F5NLY Buro TM5CW France 14 TM5CW UU7J Ukraine 16 M/2 UU8JK V26K Antigua 08 SOAB LP AA3B V31JP Belize 07 SOSB 40M KA9WON V47CA St Kitts 08 VE2IM Canada 02 SOAB HP VE3DZ VO2WL Canada 02 M/? VP9/W6PH Bermuda 05 SOAB LP W6PH Direct VU2PAI India 22 SOAB CBA VU3JDI India 22 SOAB HP AD6TF WP2Z Virgin Islands 08 M/M KU9C WP3C Puerto Rico 08 SOAB LP W3HNK XR3A Chile 12 SOSB 10M CE3DNP XT2DX Burkina Faso 35 M/M G3SXW XW1IC Laos 26 SOAB LP E21EIC YB0ECT Indonesia 28 SOAB LP K5ZE YI0M Iraq 21 OM3JW Z32XX Macedonia 15 SOAB Buro Z33F Macedonia 15 SOSB 160M Z33F Z36W Macedonia 15 SOSB 10M Z36W ZA1B Albania 15 M/2 OH2BH ZC4DW Cyprus SBA 20 SOSB G0DEZ ZD8A Ascension Island 36 SOAB HP N6CW ZF1A Cayman Islands 08 M/S W5ASP CBA ZP6T Paraguay 11 M/2 ZP5MAL ZS4TX South Africa 38 SOSB 10M ZS4TX ZS6EGB South Africa 38 ZS6EGB ZS0M South Africa 38 ZS0M ZX3S Brazil 11 M/? PY3UEB ZZ8Z Brazil 11 SOAB LP PY8AZT
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