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Sixitalia Weekly Info Page; Jun. 19-25, 2012


We are testing an italian-language 6m chat try:

Stiamo testando una chat in lingua italiana collegatevi:

http://www.azzurra.org/chat/sixitalia

 

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

 

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June 18 - Morning - ES: SV, SV9, DL, EA, F. Afternoon - ES: EA, DL, UT, SV, SV5, SV9, 5B4, CT, PA, YO, EA9. Evening - ES:EA, EA9, CT, SV, SV5.

 

June 19 - Morning - ES: UT, LZ, ES, YL, SM, OH, SP, OZ, DL. ESmh/SSSP: JA (I1 area). Afternoon - ES: SP, DL, OK, OM, SM YL, UT, OZ.

 

June 20 - Morning - ES: G, EA, CT, SV, F, ZB, 9H, UT, LZ, CU, 4O, I-I. Afternoon - ES: G, EI, F, DL, OK, SP, OZ, SV, UT. Evening - ES: G, F, DL, PA, OZ, OY, TF, EA, CT.

 

June 21 - Morning - ES: UT, SV, EA, EA6, CT, HA, ON, PA, G, F DL, SM, CN8, 7X. ESmh: 6V/b. Afternoon - ES: EA, CT, 7X, G, F, DL, SV, OY/b, PA, ON, OZ, EI. Evening - ES: G, F, DL, PA, OZ, SMO, YL, OH, ON, SV, HA, OM, OK, EI, EA, CT. ESmh: K (IT9 area).

 

June 22 - Morning - ES: UT, SV, SV5,SV9, 5B, ZC4, 4X, JY, OK, HA, DL, OZ, 9H, I-I, EA, EA8, EA9 CT, CN, 7X. Afternoon - ES: EA, CT, 7X, SV, ZC4, G, F, DL, CN8,   ESmh: (all Italy BUT with vy spotty condition but mainly in I1-I5 area) CU, KP4, K, HH4/W3CMP. Evening - ES: EA, CT, CN8, F, G, PA, ON. ESmh: (all Italy BUT with vy spotty condition but mainly in I1-I5 area) CU, FM, 9Y, K, VE, FJ/W6JKV.

 

June 23 - Morning - ES:EA, CT, ZB, CN, PA, OZ, UT, LZ, YO, YU, HA. Afternoon - ES: EA, CT, G, PA, DL, ON, OZ, OK, OM, S5, SP, HA, OH, SM, YO, LZ, UT, TO, ES, YL, LY.  ESmh: (spotty conditions) K, VE, FJ/W6JKV, KP4, FM, HH/W4CMP. Evening - ES: SM, SV, SV5, CT, EA, S5, OM, OK, OZ, F, G, LA, HA. ESmh: (spotty condition mainly in I1-I5 area) CU, K, VE, FJ/W6JKV, FS/K9EL.

 

June 24 - Morning - ES: SV, SV5, SV9, 4X, CT, DL, ON, EA, CT, G, TF/VE3IKV. Afternoon - ES: DL, OZ, G, F, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, CT, CU, HB, PA, YU, UT, YO. 7X, SV, SV5, LY, LA, OH.  ESmh: 9Y, KP4, PZ5RA, FJ/W6JKV, YV5ESN, KP2HC, FG, FM5WD. Evening - ES: CT, EA, EA8, ZB, G, F, HA, UT, CU. ESmh: KP4, 9Y4D, FJ/W6JKV, FS/K9EL, KP2HC, VP2V/W9DR, FM5WD.

 

 

DX News about: 5B, 5H, F, FP, G, GW, I, IS, JA, LA, OH, P2, YN, VP. Croatian Contest

 

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, www.rudius.net.

TNX to all!

 

5B - Cyprus - 19.05.12

The Nicosia Amateur Radio Club is planning to activate the Agios Georgios islet AS-120 off the coast of Akamas, Cyprus on Saturday and Sunday June 23-24 2012. It’s been three years since the island was last activated in Sept 2009.
Dates and times: We hope to be on the air by 06:00 GMT on Saturday 23rd and operate through Sunday the 24th at 14.00 GMT.
Stations: 3 x 100W stations operating at the same time.
Antennas: 2 x Big SteppIR BigIR verticals, HF2V, homebrew 3el yagi for 50MHz / 2el yagi 10/12/17m.
Bands: 10-80m, mostly SSB but also some CW. Also, we think for the first time from AS120, operation is planned on 6m (pray for 6m propagation). We will try to focus on DX stations needing AS120 for an all-time new one
QSL via 5B4KH.
You may follow us on twitter, @C4MG_AS120
Team members: 5B4AFM, 5B4AHE, 5B4AHZ, 5B4AJH, 5B4AMF, 5B4MF, 5B4SN, 5B4ZN, 5B8AP.

 

5H - tanzanbia - 23.06.12


Ron, DL4ME, will once again be active from Dar es Salaam (WW Loc. KI93PG), Tanzania, as 5H3ME between 14th August and 3rd September 2012. Look for him to be QRV holiday style on 80-6 metre CW and the Digital modes, while visiting his son Mike, 5H3EE. QSL via home call.

 

F - France - 24.06.12

Gil,F4FET, Vincent,F4BKV, Eric,F4FJH, and Diego,F4HAU, will be active as TM0CEZ from three different islands of the IOTA group "Bretagne Region Group" between Jun 24 and Jul 7. They plan to visit the islands Cezembre (DIFM MA008), Agot (DIFM MA009) and Harbour (DIFM MA025, ARLHS FRA-020, WLOTA 1687) only during the days, without overnight stay on the islands. The exact dates depend on the weather and sea conditions. More information about the islands and their equipment can be found at: http://tm0cez.webs.com QSL via F5CWU (bureau/direct).
 

FP - St. Pierre et Miquelon - 19.06.12

Mike, VE2XB plans activity from St. Pierre et Miquelon, NA-032 between August 10-20, 2012.
QRV all bands with 500w amp and Hexbeam for HF. Focus on 6m.
QSL via VE2XB.
Any other info on: http://fp-ve2xb.jimdo.com/

 

GW - Wales - 20.06.12

The Strumble Head DX and Contest Group will once again be activating Ramsey Island EU-124 between 12th and 16th July 2012. They will be on all bands from 40M through to 6M using 2 Hexbeams and a Windom.
This year they are hoping to have a station dedicated to digital, mostly RTTY, using a TS480 at 200w and one of the Hexbeams. They have also analysed their logs and noticed that there is a shortage of contacts with North and South America, and also the countries around the Caribbean. They have looked at the terrain and the location of the antennas with a view to getting one Hexbeam a little higher to clear a small ridge that blocks the Westerly direction allowing these contacts to be made.
As usual QSL via the manager Tim M0URX using his OQRS system for a speedy turn around. Logs will be uploaded to LOTW and Clublog as soon as they get back to the mainland. All details and (hopefully) a daily blog will be available on their website www.mc0shl.com.
*The team have also advised that they will operate from their farm HQ if they are unable to make the crossing to the island due to bad weather, but will announce on air if this is the case.

 

GU - Guernsey - 24.06.12

Guernsey group: Members of the Telford and District Amateur Society plan to visit Guernsey (WLOTA 0013, WAB WV27, Loc IN89qk) from Jun 22-27. Activities are planned as GP3ZME/p on HF/VHF/UHF/SHF. The locator IN89qk belongs to their campground, but this may change also when they look for better locations. During the weekends they will join several contests (e.g. 1,3 GHz and 50 MHz Contest UKug). Since  they are travelling at the peak of the ES season they will focus their activities on 50 MHz. QSL via G3ZME (bureau) or M0PNN (direct).
For more information see: http://www.qrz.com/db/GP3ZME http://www.tdars.org.uk  and  http://twitter.com/#!/@2W0ZJA

 

I - Italy - 23.06.12

 

Hubert, OE3FHA and Sal, IC8SQS will be active as IC8/OE3FHA from the island of Ischia (EU-031, IIA NA-001, MIA MI-042, WAIS EL44, WLOTA 0689, Grid Loc. JN60) between 6th and 22nd September 2012. Isola d'Ischia is located at the northern end of the Gulf of Naples, Tyrrhenian Sea, Campania region, Province of Naples, Italy. They will work 100W SSB on all bands and will also try 6 metres. QSL only via bureau to OE3FHA.

 

IS0 - Sardinia -  23.06.12

Claudio, IZ0KRC will be active holiday style as IS0/IZ0KRC from the main island of Sardinia (EU-024) from 23 June to  15  July. He will operate SSB, CW and digital modes on the HF bands and 6 metres. QSL via home call, bureau preferred.

 

JA - Japan - 23.06.12

 

JA2MET will be active as JA2MET/1 from Mikura jima, North Izu Islands (IOTA AS-008) between 26 June and 1 July, 2012. Focus will be on 6 metre Phone and maybe some CW. QSL via home call.

 

P2 - Salomon Is. - 23.06.12

Han, SM6CVX, plans to be active as P29VCX from Bougainville Island (WLOTA 0814, Grid Loc. QI73), Solomon Islands archipelago (OC-135), Bougainville Province, Melanesia, between 6th and 9th November 2012. He will be QRV on the HF
bands, plus 6 metres. QSL via SM6CVX, direct or Bureau.
 

 

LA - Norway - 19.06.12

 

The special station LJ2T will be active from The Signals Museum of the Norwegian Armed Forces near Lillehammer, Norway (locator JP51ED) from 28 June to 1 July on many bands and modes, most likely from 80 meters to 4 meters (70 MHz). QSL via LA5EAA. More info at: www.qrz.com/db/lj2t
As before, there will be tried a special emphasis on 70 MHz. Favorite frequency 70290 kHz; will also listen split for countries not allowed to transmit there. Will periodically be on the ON4KST Chat via mobile phone. Preferred operation is to work the stations we hear, rather than skeds. Preferred mode ISCAT for MS, but will be able to work all WSJT modes (1st period).
73 from Tom, LA4LN
Tom V. Segalstad
Station Manager for LJ2T

Tom, LA4LN, http://www.qrz.com/db/lj2t

 

OH - Aland Is. - 25.06.12

Czech senior operators Bob/OK2BOB, Franta/OK1HH and Jindra/OK1AMM will be active as OH0/homecall between June 24th and June 30th. Activity will be mainly CW and SSB on 160-6 meters. The WW LOC will be KP00AC on Aland Islands (EU-002). QSL via the OK Bureau or direct.

 

YN - Nicaragua - 23.06.12

Mike, AJ9C, will be active from Grenada, Nicaragua (WW Loc. EK71AU), as YN2CC between 20th and 28th November 2012. This will include a Single-Op/Low-Power entry in the CQWW DX CW Contest (24-25 November). Mike will be QRV on 160-6 metre CW, SSB and RTTY (3el quad for 6m @ 65'). QSL via home call (see qrz.com addr.).

 

VP9 - Bermuda Is. - 24.06.12

George,WB3IGR/VP9, and Katherine,WB3LTH/VP9, ara available to the DXers in SSB and digital modes on 160m-6m mainly during the mornings and evenings until Jun 21. QSLs via homecalls.

 


 

"Croatian 50/70 MHz contest" – RULES - Organizer: Croatian amateur radio association (HRS).

 

Participants: Participation in the contest have all licensed amateur radio stations in the IARU Region I.
Category: Categories in both bands (50 and 70 MHz) are:
A - Single operator
B - Multi operators (teams and club stations)
DATE and TIME: The contest is held every year, first weekend in July in the period from 1400 (Saturday)- 1400 UTC - (Sunday) (7 - 8. 7.2012.)
QSO's: QSO with the same station is allowed only once during the contest on the same band.
Cross band contacts are not allowed.
MODES AND FREQUENCY: Permitted types of mode are A1A and J3E, strict adherence to the IARU band's plans for 50 and 70 MHz.
DX window 50.100 to 50.130 MHz may be used only for intercontinental QSO's.
Data exchange: RST (RS) by scale, number of QSO that must begin with 001 on every band, and WW locator.
SCORING: Points are calculated on the principle of 1 point = 1 kilometer..
COMPETITION: Applications should include a mandatory summary list and competitive relationship in the log REG1TEST format (EDI file).
DISQUALIFICATION: Any violation of these regulations or failure to comply with the IARU R1 band plan entail disqualification of competitors.
SUSPENSION POINTS: Any incorrectly received data will be punished by loss of points. Wrong Callsign received or number of connections will be penalized by reducting points for each station.
AWARDS: The first three stations in each category will be awarded with a plaque indicating placement.The award will be awarded the top 10 stations in each category.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Logs 8 days or the second Monday after the weekend where the competition took place (16.7.2012.)
SENDING Logs: Address for Contest ROBOT Service Logs are:
http://www.hrvhf.net/ Press Contest tab and -> Upload EDI
or
send log by e-mail to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Contest manager: Patrik, 9A5CW

 
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