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C96RRC & C98RRC – Mozambique And Inhaca Island

https://dxpedition.wixsite.com/mozambique

 

Vasily R7AL, Vasily RA1ZZ, Al RZ3K and Vlad RK8A

(members of the Russian Robinson Club)

will be active as

C96RRC and C98RRC

  Mozambique Island, AF-088

and

Inhaca Island, AF-066

during the period April 29 to May 9, 2018.

QRV on 40-10m CW, SSB, Digi.

QSL via R7AL, Club Log OQRS.

  • Mozambique Island, AF-088 as C96RRC between April 29 – May 3, 2018.
  • Inhaca Island, AF-066 as C98RRC May 5-9, 2018.

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GB9OSA -EU-120 Isle of Wight

A Belgian team with
ON3DMR, ON4AFW, ON4AWT, ON4JW,
ON6EF, ON6VJ and ON8WR
will be operating as
GB9OSA
from 8 May  until 13 May
Operation from 160 to 6 meter
using mainly SSB and digital.
QSL via ON6EF, direct or bureau.

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C8T – Mozambique

A Belgian team with
Kurt ON8KW
as team leader will be active
between May 2 and May 15 as
C8T
Operation from 160 to 6 meter
using CW, SSB and
RTTY with 4 stations.
A 5thstation will operate 2m EME, 60m and
extra digimodes on all bands.
QSL via ON1DX, Club Log OQRS.

mrt 29

Proppy HF Circuit Prediction

 

 

http://soundbytes.asia/proppy/

The tools provided by this web application enable users to predict available frequencies, signal levels and corresponding reliabilities for High Frequency (HF) circuits for user defined paths and times.

Predictions are performed using the ITURHFProp application (A software method for the prediction of the performance of HF circuits in accordance with Recommendation ITU-R P.533-13) provided by the ITU.

The ITURHFProp application is available from the ITU’s website at the following location; http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/study-groups/rsg3/Pages/iono-tropo-spheric.aspx.

Full details of Proppy’s features may be found in the Manual, available on-line or as a .pdf download.

mrt 29

D4IA – Cape Verde – AF-086

CT1IUA Mike,

will be active from

Sal Island, AF-086

Cabo Verde (Cape Verde)

as D4IA

from  1till 9 April 2018

QRV on HF bands, mostly CW

QSL via HomCall

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XZ2A – Myanmar

 

XZ2A 

THE FIRST RESIDENT AMATEUR RADIO STATION IN MYANMAR SINCE 1962!

Simon mentions he is now on air using a temporary antenna at his current QTH.

QSL PROCEDURE:

  • I try to upload my QSOs regulary to LOTW (A donation to my charity may hasten that upload hihi!)
  • Currently, I only upload my logs to LOTW and Clublog, and not to eQSL or QRZ.com
  • I do not need your QSL cards, either sent direct or via your bureau
  • There is no QSL bureau in Myanmar – so I cannot receive nor send QSL cards out via a bureau
  • If you want to receive a hard-copy QSL card for your QSO with me, please visit my Clublog OQRS page
  • I post out my QSL cards 2 times per year, when I visit Bangkok (Thailand) and send using Thailand Post
  • I welcome QSL reports from short wave listeners (SWL). Please send your report direct to my email address and make a payment via Paypal of $2.
  • Clublog OQRS and SWL revenues are used to cover outbound postage costs only. Any balance remaining is used for my charitable purposes.

RADIO EQUIPMENT:

I currently use an Icom IC-718 with a 29 feet, homebrew vertical antenna that is a 5/8 wavelength on 15 meters.

FREQUENCIES:

  • I am currently licenced to use 15, 12 and 10 metre bands only.

MODES AND OPERATING:

  • I use FT-8, JT-65, PSK, RTTY, SSB, SSTV, Hellschreiber and maybe other digital modes
  • I use SSB, but currently do not use CW
  • When using FT-8, please do not transmit on my frequency! Spread out on the waterfall and my software (and my eyes) will see your signal and callsign.
  • I do not operate ”robot” style, but will Search & Pounce, or select a call to reply to.  So you do not have to be the strongest signal on the waterfall to get a QSO!
  • I currently DO NOT use WSJT-X DXpedition mode (fox and hounds) for FT-8. 
  • If I start to use this mode, then I will announce this on my QRZ web page.
  • I have a very low tolerance level to LIDs and idiots! Please follow the DX Code of Conduct.
  • More Here: https://www.qrz.com/db/XZ2A

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Log4om – Release Version 1.32.0

MAINTENANCE RELEASE

– Code upgraded to .NET Framework 4.6 – End of Windows XP support

– New feature: multiple/massive QSO upload to ClubLog (from QSL Management)

– Added more control codes to LOTW upload management.

– Added eQSL qsl graphic download speed throttling (10/sec delay between graphic download). NOTE: This will slow down EQSL images download, following their explicit requirements. It’s not a Log4OM issue.

– Added german manual on installer and help menu

– QRZ, QRZCQ, HAMQTH temporary session key cleared on config update

– Restored normal operations with ClubLog exception files.

Moved CLUBLOG namespace into settings xml file and updated namespace following Clublog data format change.

– Some other enhancements and upgrades on libraries

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TN5R – Congo

HK6F, IK5RUN, IN3ZNR, JH4RHF and EA5RM
will be on the air
from Pointe Noire
The Republic of the Congo,
as
TN5R
from  9 – 19 March
  all bands from 10 to 160 meters
 SSB, CW and RTTY .
More news and updates are availables at

mrt 03

Candidate Release: WSJT-X Version 1.9.0-rc2

On-the-Air Test of New FT8 “DXpedition Mode” Set for Early March

Test times and frequencies are:

March 6, 2300 UTC on 14.080 MHz

March 7, 0000 UTC on 10.141 MHz

March 7, 0100 UTC on 7.080 MHz

March 7, 0200 UTC on 3.585 MHz.

Frequencies are not the conventional FT8 operating frequencies and are subject to change, subject to conditions. Last-minute changes will be posted.

According to the FT8 DXpedition Mode User Guide, contacts between the DXpedition station and callers can be completed in as little as one transmission apiece by the calling station. Authorized DXpedition stations can transmit up to five signals simultaneously, allowing contact rates up to about 500 per hour under ideal conditions.

Operation will use split mode, which is already commonplace for DXpeditions. The DXpedition station (Fox) will transmit at audio frequencies between 300 and 900 Hz; multiple simultaneous signals will be spaced at 60 Hz intervals. Calling stations (Hounds) make initial calls anywhere in the 1000 – 4000 Hz range………..

 

MORE @ :

http://qrznow.com/on-the-air-test-of-new-ft8-dxpedition-mode-set-for-early-march/

 

mrt 03

Malawi – 7Q7EI

7Q7EI DXpedition 2018
 
by EIDX Group
 
(March 24th – April 2nd)

Upto 5 stations will be QRV on all HF bands from 160m through 10m,

on CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8!

The 7Q7EI team will also participate in the upcoming CQ WPX SSB contest

in the Multi Multi category.

Be sure to check out our VOACAP propagation prediction tool

to your exact QTH, but right now, propagation looks favourable to most areas

ALL Info See @

http://7q7ei.com

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