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Sixitalia Weekly Info Page; Jun. 5-11, 2012


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Daily Report (Opening reported in Italy, and some interesting reports from EU and North Africa)

 

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Jun. 4 - Morning - ES: EA, CT. Afternoon/Evening - ES: EA, CT, YL, CN, CU, OH, UT, E8, EA9, ZB, F. ESmh-TEP:FG, FM, KP4, K, 6V/b, ZD7/b, 9Q/b.

 

Jun. 5 - Afternoon - TEP: TR/b.

 

Jun. 6 - Morning - ES: SM, SV, SV5. Afternoon/Evening - ES: SV, SV9, EA9, 9A, UT,  CT, YL, CN, CU, OH, UT, E8, EA9, ZB, F. ESmh-TEP: ST2AR, A92IO, PY1RO.

 

Jun. 7 - Morning - ES: UT, SV, PA, F, OE, DL, 5B, G, EA, CT, HA,YO. Afternoon - ES: 9A, SV, EA, CT, HA, HB, DL, SP, F, G, EA8, UT. Evening - ES: EA, CT, SV, EA8, UT, F, G, PA. TEP: 5H3EE.

 

Jun. 8 - Morning - ES: UT, YO, LZ, Z3, G, F, PA, DL, ON, 5B, 4X. ESmh: EX8MLE, T6MO, A92IO. Afternoon - ES: EA, CT, LZ, SP, 4X, UT, SV, ZB, SP, SM, G, LA, OZ, TF, JX9JKA. ESmh:CU ,VE, K 1, 2, 3, 4. Evening/Night - ES: OK, TF, EA, CT, G, EI, F, CU, OY. ESmh: VE, K1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9.

 

Jun. 9 - Band was open with Europe and Med. area, in ES popagation mode, all the day and in all directions so here you will found only some remarkable stations and intercontinental.

MornIng - ESmh: EA8, CT3, CU. Afternoon - ESmh: EX8MLE, A92IO, CU, CT3, K, KP4, KP2HC, FS/K9EL. Evening - ESmh: KP4, FG, FS/K9EL, CO8LY/p, KP2J, HI8PLE/7, HI3TEJ, CT3, CU.

 

Jun. 10 - Band was open with Europe and Med. area, in ES popagation mode, all the day and in all directions so here you will found only some remarkable stations and intercontinental.

MornIng - ES: SV2ASP/A ESmh/SSSP: JA, CU, CT3, K, VE, TR8CA, TJ3AY. Afternoon - ESmh: K, VE. Evening - ESmh: K, VE.

 

DX News about: 1A, I, JD1, K, LA, PA, SV, VQ9, YV.

 

To realize this Bullettin Sixitalia use news (except when clearly indicate) extract by (in alphabetic order): 425dxn, 50 MHz DX News by OZ6OM, ARRL DX bullettin, DXitalia DXnews by I2MQP, www.dx-world.net, Got6 by N8OFS, ICPO, MMMonVHF, OPDX.

TNX to all!

 

 

1A - S.M.O.M. - 11.06.12

(Press Release #1): "Thirty years have passed since 1A made its way onto the DXCC list. And an activation by an International team looks to celebrate the uniqueness of this event. So, from the 1st to the 4th July, we will listen them on the air as 1A0C from Santa Maria del Priorato, home of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. The callsign that will be used belongs to the 'The Order of Malta's Italian Relief Corps (CISOM)", an organization specialized in bringing assistance and relief during emergencies. This underscores the dual value of this activation. On the one hand, there's the fun side ham radio, giving a not so easy 'new one' to as many stations as possible (especially from the U.S. and Japan). On the other hand, however, there's the noble goal, as often seen in ham radio, where a spirit of cooperation and mutual aid are shared by operators all over the world. The team's aim, in fact, is to raise funds – thanks to donations and contributions from QSL requests – in order to buy radio equipment which The Order of Malta's Italian Relief Corps volunteers will be able to use in case of emergencies. The operators list includes: 1A0X, 1A0Z, EA2RY, EA5RM, EA7AJR, EA7KW, F5CWU, IN3ZNR, IT9YVO, IZ8IYX, PB2T, SP3DOI and KH6CG as a pilot for North America and Pacific. They will be active on HF+6m and the QSLs for contacts with 1A0C
can be requested via Francesco Cozzi, 1A0Z. A website will be online soon,
stay tuned! 73 de 1A0C"

 

I - Italy - 11.06.12

Operators Antonio/IZ8IQL, Giorgio/IZ8FAV, Sal/IZ8GGF, Carlo/IZ0EGC, Giuseppe/IZ0GZW and Gianni/IW0BTN will be active as IB0F from Ponza Island (IIA LT-001, MIA MI-076, WLOTA 1395) in the Tyrrhenian Sea between July 23-31st. They will also participate in the RSGB IOTA Contest (July 28-29th). QSL information TBA. Watch QRZ.com.

 

JD1 - Ogasawara - 08.06.12

JA2MET is now active as JD1BMG/JD1 from Chichi-jima (WLOTA 2269 WW Loc. QL17CC) until 10th June, 2012. He will also activate Haha-jima (WLOTA 2282, WW Loc. QL16BP) on 21-24 June. Both islands are in the Ogasawara (AS-031) group.
Focus will be on 6 metre Phone and maybe some CW. QSL via home call.

 

K - USA - 11.06.12

 

Tim, K7XC, wrote: "K7XC 6M KW ROVER Departs Monday Morning June 11th 2012

Its finally here, Time to hit the road!!!....
The 6M KW Rover departs DM09nm for points East 6AM Monday June 11th 2012.
A total of 56 grids will be traversed with efforts to stop and setp the yagi in key grids needed by the vehicle's owner - WX7M.
My stop in DL88 it a quick stop to work the man who setup this trip to begin with. It is in no way in competition with the fine effort being put forth by Marshal and his highly dedicated group. I hope to be home in time to work them myself as I need these grids as well.
As we are traveling a rather long distance over many days I didnt even try and guess at exact times per each grid so please don't ask.
This is 6M only to help those with their FFMA awards.

Route is as follows...
-------------------

K7XC 6M KW Rover Itineray -

Departure Monday Morning June 11th 2012

50 Mhz (KW/Loop/5L Yagi) 144 Mhz (20W/Loop)
6M Yagi when stopped, 6M Loop when in Motion

Day #1 DM09-DM24 (DM09/08/18/17/16/26/25/24) - 545 mi, 9 hours 47 mins (In Transit/Motel)

Day #2A DM24 to DM23    (DM24/23) - 55.2 mi, 1 hour 15 mins (Setup in DM23)

Day #2B DM23 to DM41    (23/33/43/42/41) - 305 mi, 4 hours 54 mins (In Transit/Motel)

Day #3 DM41-DM80 (DM41/42/52/62/61/71/81/80) - 508 mi, 7 hours 35 mins (In Transit/Motel)

Day #4A DM80 to DL88    (DM80/99/DL88) -157 mi, 3 hours 53 mins (Setup in DL88)

Day #4B DL88 to DL89    T2(DL88/89) - 178 mi, 4 hours 13 mins (Setup in DL89)

Day #4C DL89 to DL98    (DL89/98) - 91.0 mi, 1 hour 35 mins (Setup in DL98)

 

Day #5A DL98 to EL08    (DL98/99/EL08) - 96.2 mi, 1 hour 45 mins (Setup in EL08)

Day #5B EL08 to EL15    (EL08/07/06/15) - 283 mi, 4 hours 56 mins (Setup in EL15)

Day #5c EL15 to EL16    (EL15/16) - 21 mi, 35 mins (Setup in EL16)

Day #6A EL16 to EL19    (EL16/17/18/19) - 234 mi, 4 hours 5 mins  (Setup in EL19)

Day #6B EL19 to EL28    (EL19/29/28) - 98 mi, 1 hour 50 mins  (Setup in EL28)

Day #6C EL28 to EL29 Houston (EL28/29) - 101 mi, 2 hours 9 mins  (In Transit/Motel)

Day #7A EM29 to EL12    (EL29/EM20/21/11/12) - 273 mi, 5 hours 05 mins (Lunch in Terrell)

Day #7B EM12 to DM94    (EM12/13/03/04/DM94) - 286 mi, 4 hours 50 mins (In Transit/Motel)

Day #8 DM94 to DM55 (DM94/95/85/74/75/65/55) - 538 mi, 8 hours 40 mins (In Transit/Motel)

Day #9 DM55 to DM38 (DM55/56/57/58/48/38) - 496 mi, 8 hours 39 mins (In Transit/Motel)

Day #10 DM38 to DM09 (DM38/39/29/28/19/09) - 443 mi, 8 hours 15 mins (In Transit/Home) 

10 Days, 4718 total miles, 175 Hrs Driving

Grid Stops- DM23/DL88/89/99/EL08/15/16/19/28

Total of 56 Grids Activated while Driving.
Here is a list of the grids sorted by Field,
(DL99/98/89/88)
(DM09/09/16/17/18/19/23/24/25/26/29/28/33/38/41/42/43/48/52/55/56/57/58/61/62/65/71/74/75/80/81/85/94/95)
(EL28/29/19/18/17/16/15/16/06/07/08)
(EM04/03/13/12/11/21/20)

(1) I plan to CQ 50.125 CW/SSB and move to 50.150 when activity demands it.
(2) I Plan to Use FSK441A when Mobile into a KB6KQ Loop on the rear corner of the truck.
CQing 50.260 1st & note my rcv frequency in that message (Usually 50.255). Once I hear
Responses on my Rcv freq, I switch all further Transmissions to there until activity dies, then resume
the split operation of CQ and announce where I am Listening. I will always be transmitting on the
1st sequence....
(3) WX7M, W7GJ, KU7Z, KC6ZWT, W6OMF, and a few others know my cell # and can pass info
to me if needed.
73s de Tim K7XC & Rosie (Co pilot and Partner)"
[SOURCE: 50mhz reflector]


LA - Norway - 08.06.12

Waldi SP7IDX and Mek SP7VC will be active as LA/SP7IDX and LA/SP7VC from Mageroya Island (EU-044, WLOTA 0160, WW Loc. KQ21VC) between 20-29 July, 2012. They plan to use 2 stations. One for the HF bands and the second for 50Mhz. Operation will be 80-6m using SSB, RTTY *also in IOTA Contest 2012.
During the travel to Mageroya Island there is the possibility of activity from Seskaro Island (EU-139, WW Loc. KP15VR) in the evening or at night 19 July and the next day 20 July in the morning as SM/SP7VC and SM/SP7IDX. QSL also OK via home call, the log will be uploaded in LoTW.


PA - Netherlands - 08.06.12


Ray, PE1GUR, will be active as PA6FUN from Ameland Island (EU-038, WLOTA 1059, WW Loc. JO23VK) between 30 July and 15 August, 2012. QRV on 6 metres only...Es, Ms and Tropo. QSL via PE1GUR, Bureau or direct.
 

SV - Greace - 08.06.12

Operators Mike SV1RK and Stavros SV3CJU will once again be active from Sapientza Island (EU-158, GIOTA INS-011, MIA MG-101) and lighthouse (ARLHS GRE-116, GLHA GRE-116, TWLHD WLH SV-079, WLOTA 1471, WW Loc. KM06US) after 7 years as J48SAI from 8-10 June, 2012. QRV using CW, SSB and RTTY on the HF bands and 6 metres. QSL via LoTW or via SV1RK, Bureau or direct.
 

VQ9 – Diego Garcia - 06.06.12

Chuck, W4XP will be active spare time from Diego Garcia as VQ9XP (VQ9X club station) between August 9-25, 2012.
Focus on 6m, some HF.
QSL via H/c.

 

YV - Venezuela - 11.06.12

 

To celebrate Venezuelan Navy Day, members of the Grupo DX Caracas will be active as YW5B from La Blanquilla Island  between July 11-16th. Activity will be on 160-2 meters using CW, SSB, Satellites, FM and the Digital modes. QSL manager TBA.
 

 
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