Vecka 41

DX-CALENDAR V 141
The calendar is also available at http://sk3jr.se/index.php/medlemsinfo/dx-kalender

8/10 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; KA3UNQ/p NA-140
from Middle Hooper Island. He will operate SSB on 40 and 20 metres
starting around 13 UTC. QSL via home call.

– 8/10 JAPAN; JE1SCF/JR6 AS-024
from Yaeyama Island. The main purpose of his visit is to establish
and provide medical/dental care to the islands, so activity will
be limited to his spare time. QSL via his home callsign.

- 8/10 INDONESIA; YB9WZJ/9 and YBØMWM/9 OC-239
from Doom Island. Activity will be on 20/17 meters SSB with some
RTTY and PSK31. All QSLs via YB9WZJ.

– 8/10 MICRONESIA; V63DX and V63T OC-010
from Pohnpei by JA7HMZ (V63DX) and JA7GYP (V63T). They will
operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 40-6 metres. QSL via home calls.

- 9/10 WEST MALAYSIA; 9M2/IZ1MHY AS-073
from Redang Island, expects to be active holiday style. He plans
to operate holiday style on 10, 15 and 20 metres SSB. QSL via home
call and  LoTW.

– 9/10 BRAZIL; ZW8TS 
from the Sete Cidades National Park by members of the Teresina DX
Group. They plan to operate CW, RTTY and SSB on 160-10 metres. QSL
via PS8NF. Further information and details on the Brazilian
National Parks Award can be found at
http://www.teresinadxgroup.com/

– 9/10 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; K4L NA-085
from St. George Island by members of the Kennehoochee Amateur
Radio Club (W4BTI). Visit the club's Web page at:    
http://www.w4bti.org/index.html

- 12/10 VIET NAM; XV2YL and XV2KDW
by JR3MVF and HL1KDW. Most of their operation will be on 20 and 15
metres.

– 12/10 VANUATU; YJØVK OC-035
from Efate Island by a team of operators. They do plan to have
three stations on the air as often as possible on 160-10 metres
CW, SSB and RTTY/PSK31, with an emphasis on 12, 17 and 30 metres.
They have also been granted permission to operate on 60m. QSL via
VK2CA, direct or by the Bureau. LoTW log upload will be available
on completion of operation. Log search and further information can
be found at http://yj0vk.odxg.org/yj0vk2011/default.html

- 13/10 UZBEKISTAN; UK/UA1ZEY
Activity will be mainly CW. QSL via RW6HS direct, or to UA1ZEY by
the Bureau.

– 13/10 SAN ANDRES & PROVIDENCIA; HKØ/DL5YWM NA-033
from San Andres Island. He will operate CW and SSB on 40-6 metres.
A side trip to Providencia (NA-049) is being considered. QSL via
DL5YWM.

Mid-October MINAMI TORISHIMA; JG8NQJ/JD1 OC-073
from Marcus Island. Present activity has been only 30 and 17
meters. QSL via his home callsign, by the Bureau or direct to
JA8CJY: Susumu 'Sin' Sanada, 5-17, 5-4, Shin-Ei, Toyohira, Sapporo
004, Japan. Online log is available at http://dx.qsl.net/cgi-
bin/logform.cgi?jd1-jg8nqj/

- 15/10 VANUATU; YJØABP and YJØANR 
by DJ0YI and NQ7R. They are part of the YJ0VK DXpedition and plan
to operate before and after the main DXpedition operation. After
October 12th, when the main operation closes, they will remain and
operate until October 15th. Their activity will be mostly CW and
the Digital modes. QSL YJ0ABP via DJ0YI. QSL YJ0ANR via NQ7R.

– 15/10 NIGERIA; 5N7Q
by DF8DX. He will be QRV with 100 watts on 80-10 metres CW and
SSB. QSL via home call, direct or bureau, and LoTW.

– 15/10 SURINAM; PZ5LP
by PA1LP. He will operate mainly PSK and RTTY on 40-10 metres. QSL
via PA1LP (direct or bureau), LoTW and eQSL.

- 17/10 CANARY IS.; EA8/DL3FCG AF-004
from Tenerife. QSL via DL3FCG.

- 18/10 BOTSWANA; A22EW
by VA3QY. QSL via homecall.

- 19/10 CHILE; CE2/CX1EK
He operates mainly CW on 12 and 17 metres. QSL direct to Luis
Matho, 2303 Nordok Place, Alexandria VA 22306, USA.

– 21/10 TEMOTU PROVINCE; H4ØKJ OC-065
from Pigeon Island by SP5DRH. He will concentrate on 160 metres
(with a focus on Europe) as long as there is propagation otherwise
he will concentrate on 80m CW and RTTY (17 and 15 metres). Further
information can be found at http://www.sp5drh.com/h40/. QSL via
SP7DQR, direct or bureau, and LoTW.

– 26/10  EASTERN KIRIBATI; T32C OC-024
from Kiritimati (Christmas Island) by the Five Star DXers
Association of 9M0C, D68C, 3B9C and 3B7C. A very large group of 41
member experienced operators from 13 different DXCC entities will
be active as T32C (requested callsign). At any one time there will
be around 30 operators on the island permitting them to operate
round the clock on all bands with propagation and other factors
permitting, two stations active on each of 80-10 meter bands. The
team consists of G3NUG (Team Leader), G3SVL (Co-Leader), G3WGV
(Co-Leader), DG1CMZ, DK1II, DK7YY, EI5DI, EI9FBB, F2JD,
F5VKT/G3YBY, FM5CD, G0LMX, G0OPB, G0VJG, G3RWL, G3SVK, G3UML,
G3UNA, G3USR, G3WGN, G3WPH, G3XTT, G4AXX, G4DRS, G4FAL, G4IUF,
G4LDL, G4TSH, G7VJR, GM3POI, GU4YOX, JA1RJU, K4SV, KG4UVU, MD0CCE,
N6HC, N6OX, ON7RU, PA3EWP, W3EF and WF5T. The primary objective is
to give as many DXers as possible a first contact with this rare
DXCC entity and, as a secondary objective, to give as many band-
slots as possible. Logs will be uploaded to ClubLog
(http://www.clublog.org/) on a daily basis and any news posted
with be on the T32C website. The T32C DVD can be pre-ordered at
the on-line shop on the T32C website. Full details are given
there. In addition to the T32C story, the DVD will include the
video made during the FSDXA DXpedition to St. Brandon Island
(3B7C) in September 2007. For more details/updates, QSL routes,
visit their Web page at: http://www.t32c.com/

– 26/10 REUNION I.; FR/DJ7RJ AF-016
Activity will be focused on the lower bands using a Elecraft K2
with a 500 watt amp into an inverted L antenna. QSL via his home
callsign, by the Bureau or direct.

– 31/10 NEW ZEALAND; ZL4RUGBY
by ZL4PW to celebrate the playing in New Zealand of the 2011 Rugby
World Cup. QSL via home call, direct or bureau, and LoTW.

– 31/10 NEW ZEALAND; ZM2KBR
Special event station. Activity is to promote the 2011 Rugby World
Cup games. QSL via ZL2KBR, eQSL, by the Bureau or direct.

- 31/10 CANADA; VC3ARCI
will be active to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the QRP
Amateur Radio Club International. QSL via VA3JFF.

- 1/11 AFGHANISTAN; T6FR
by IZ8NWA. QSL via homecall.
- 23/11 MALAWI; 7Q7HB
He will be QRV when it is possible, because "at this time there is
a poor electricity situation" and "diesel for generators is
scarce". QSL via G0IAS (direct only).

– 25/11  CYPRUS; 5B5ØJ
5B4AHJ will celebrate his 50th anniversary as a licensed radio
amateur on October 25th. Activity will be on CW and SSB. QSL via
5B4AHJ and LoTW.

– 30/11 EGYPT; SU/HA3JB
will be active on the HF bands. QSLs only direct via his homecall.

- 31/12  TAIWAN; BP1ØØ
Taiwan is celebrating its 100th anniversary. For this event there
are two special event stations on the air: BP100 (QSL via BX4AQ)
and BV100 (QSL via BV2KI) from Oct 10 until Dec 31,2011. More
information about the stations and the special award can be found
at: http://www.bv100.tw/

– 31/12  TAIWAN; BV1ØØ
Taiwan is celebrating its 100th anniversary. QSL via BV2KI. More
information about the stations and the special award can be found
at: http://www.bv100.tw/

- 31/12  ANTARCTICA; RI1ANC
from Vostok station by RD1AV (ex RV1ZC). He will operate CW, SSB
and digital modes on all bands, 160 and 80 metres included. In
mid-December he might operate for a few days as RI1ANC/A from
Molodezhnaya station. QSL via RN1ON, direct or bureau.

- 31/12  URUGUAY; CW5RV
Commemorating the 100 anniversary of the birth of Louis Varney,
G5RV (1911-2000), the inventor of the renowned multiband HF
antenna, the Centro Aficionados Montevideo will be active. QSL to
P.O. Box 6000, 11000 Montevideo, Uruguay.

– 31/12 SABLE I.; CYØ/VE1AWW
Activity will be limited to his spare time using just a vertical
and dipole. QSL via his home callsign.

- 29/2 MAYOTTE; FH8NX AF-027
by F6GNT. Activity will be on 20-10 meters using SSB. QSL direct
to: Phillip Ward, 36 Totorosa 2, Labattoir 97610, Mayotte. Also,
QSL via eQSL.

- 1/3  PAPUA NEW GUINEA; P29FR
by I2KRR, a volunteering technical support person to the Catholic
mission in Vanimo, on the north coast of the main island. Activity
will be on 40/20/15 meters SSB. Operations will be limited to the
local evenings, plus Saturday and Sunday afternoons. QSL via
I2RFJ, direct or by by the Bureau. PLEASE no IRCs. For more
details about P29FR, see QRZ.com.

- 1/4 AFGHANISTAN; T6BP
by 9A3PM from Kabul Airport. Activity will be limited as he is a
member of the Croatian Army and operations will only take place
during his spare time. Look for him to be on the HF bands using CW
and the Digital modes. QSL via 9A6AA.

- 30/4  KENYA; 5Z4RH 
by IK8VRH is working in Kenya. Requested callsign is 5Z4RH.

- 29/7  FRENCH GUIANA; FY5LH
by F5TND. Activity has been on 40-10 meters using SSB, RTTY and
PSK. QSL via F5KDR.

10/10 – 30/10 CAPE VERDE; D4 AF-086
from Sao Vicente Island by I4UFH, IK1HJS, IK2NCJ, IT9SPB, IZ4DPV,
IZ4UEZ and IZ8FWN, including a multi-op entry in the CQ WW SSB
Contest. QSL via IZ4DPV (direct) or CT1ESV (bureau), plus LoTW and
eQSL.

10/10 – 5/11 ST. KITTS & NEVIS; V47JA NA-104
from the Calypso Bay, St. Kitts, WW Loc. FK87SG by W5JON. Activity
will be on 80-10 meters (including 60m) using a Kenwood TS-590S,
Yaesu FT-857D, and SB200 Amplifier. Antennas include: a 80-10m
Multi-band Dipole, and metal roof mounted S9, 18' and 31'
Verticals and 3 element Yagi for 6m. His operations will include
the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 29-30th). XYL Cathy (W5HAM) will
occasionally operate as V47HAM. ALL QSLs go to W5JON.

12/10 – 18/10 CAPE VERDE; D44TZN AF-086
from Sal Island by DL1DAW. He plans to operate holiday style on
80-10 metres CW, RTTY and SSB, and to take part in the WAG Contest
(15-16 October). All of the QSOs will be confirmed automatically
via the DARC bureau and LoTW. Direct cards via DL1DAW.

13/10 – 15/10 VANUATU; YJØABP and YJØANR OC-035
by DJ0YI and NQ7R, both part of the YJ0VK DXpedition, plan to
operate mainly CW and digital modes after the main operation. QSL
YJ0ABP via DJ0YI, QSL YJ0ANR via NQ7R.

14/10 – 16/10 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; KØAP/5, AD6D/5 and AB5EB/5 NA-089
from Grand Island. Weather permitting, they plan to be QRV on 40-
10 metres CW and SSB with two stations. QSL via home calls.

15/10 – 15/11 ROTUMA; 3D2P or 3D20R
A team of 'PACIFIC DXERS', have 'ALL PERMITS' in place and are
planning to sail for Rotuma early October 2011 and operate for 3
weeks. The team so far consists of: Eddie/3D2A/VK4AN, Rocky/3D2DD,
Bill 3D2(?)/VK4FW...others are pending. Most of the 3D2A equipment
is in Fiji already. We are seeking expressions of interest from
experienced CW/SSB/Digital mode operators and possibly a 6m
enthusiast. A 6m beacon will be established on 50.095 MHz. Rigs so
far include K3, Flex5000A, Emtron DX1b amp, FT-900, Spiderbeam,
wire antennas, DX88 vertical. This will be the anniversary of the
FIRST operation from Rotuma by 3D2A/VK4AN...original license was
3D2XX/rotuma in 1988. The callsign has not been issued yet, but we
expect to be issued with either 3D2P or 3D20R.

16/10 – 19/10 TAHITI; TX3T OC-046
by a large group of operators from Russia and Ukraine. They plan
to operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 180-10 metres with four stations at
the same time on different bands/modes. QSL via RZ3EC (bureau
cards can be requested online) and LoTW. Further information
(including log search, band plan, and band/mode survey) can be
found at http://www.tx7m.com/

17/10 – 7/11 S. COOK Is.; E51NOU OC-013
From Rarotonga Island by N7OU, CW only on 80-10m during his spare
time as work allows. QSL via N7OU.

18/10 – 1/11 GUINEA; 3XY1D
by DK7LX, DL4WK, DL7DF, DL7UFR, SP3CYY and SP3DOI. Activity will
be on 160-6 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes. They plan
to have several stations on the air using 5 transceivers (4 x K2,
1 x IC7000), 4 x kW linears, 2 x 18m Lowband Verticals, a 2
element vertical for 40m, a 2 elemet vertical for 30m, a vertical
R7 for 40/30/20/17/15/12/10m, 2 Spiderbeams for 20/17/15/12/10m, a
5 element Yagi for 6m and some Beverage antennas. One station will
be exclusively dedicated to RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV. QSL via DL7DF,
direct or by the Bureau. For more details and updates, visit
http://www.dl7df.com/3xy1d/index.html

19/10 – 1/11 MARQUESAS Is.; TX7M OC-027
from Nuku Hiva by a large group of operators from Russia and
Ukraine inclouding CQ WW DX SSB as TX5A. They plan to operate CW,
SSB and RTTY on 180-10 metres with four stations at the same time
on different bands/modes. QSL via RZ3EC (bureau cards can be
requested online) and LoTW. Further information (including log
search, band plan, and band/mode survey) can be found at
http://www.tx7m.com/

19/10 – 4/11 SABA & ST. EUSTATIUS; PJ5/SP6EQZ and PJ5/SP6IXF NA-145
from St. Eustatius. Activity will be on all HF bands, 160-10
meters using CW, SSB and RTTY, running two high power stations
using wire antennas, verticals and a Spiderbeam. QSL via their
home callsigns, direct or by the Bureau. Logs will be uploaded to
<http://www.clublog.org/> during the DXpedition. The DX-
pedition's Web site is under construction and will be ready before
the activity.

19/10 – 9/11 COCOS (KEELING) IS.; VK9CX OC-003
by DJ7ZG and DL7AFS. They plan to operate RTTY, PSK and SSB on 80-
6 metres. QSL via DL7AFS.

21/10 – 22/10 ISRAEL; 4X5A AS-100
from Akhziv Island by The Holyland DX Group (4X1VF, 4X4DZ, 4X6HP,
4Z4KX, 4Z5FI and 4Z5LA) from about 7 UTC on 21 October until about
12 UTC on the 22nd. They will operate CW and SSB on 40-10 metres
with two stations and verticals. QSL via 4Z5LA.

21/10 – 27/10 SAO TOME & PRINCIPE; S92DX, S9CW and S9SX AF-023
from Ilheu das Rolas, Sao Tome, by K0KKO and K0GUV. Activity will
be on the HF bands and 6 meters. They plan to have two 6 meter
stations on the air (50.105/SSB and 50.105.7/CW). For updates,
watch http://www.k0kko.net/pb/wp_5bd6e10c/wp_5bd6e10c.html

21/10 – 1/11 THE GAMBIA; C5ØC
by OK1DIX, OK1DO, OK1DSZ, OK1FFU, OK1NU, OK1RI, OK1RK, OK5MM,
OK8WW/OM2TW, OM2IB, OM5AW and OM6NM. They will participate in the
CQWW DX SSB (29-30 October) contest as C5A (Multi-Multi). They
will be QRV on 160, 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 metres with 3-4 stations
(and with 6 stations during the contest). QSL both callsigns via
OM2FY, direct or bureau. Logsearch and further information can be
found at http://www.om0c.com/

21/10 – 2/11 CAYMAN ISLANDS; ZF2OE NA-016
from Cayman Brac Island by OE2SNL, OE2WNL and OE2ATN in what they
call a "Suitcase DXpedition". Activity will be focused on 160/80
meters using CW, SSB and RTTY, but they will also use the other
bands, depending on the conditions. They will use two TS-480HXs
with no amps. Frequencies and times of operations will be posted
on their Web page before their trip and during their stay if they
have an InterNet connection. QSL via OE2WNL, direct or by the
Bureau. Watch for updates at http://www.zf2oe.net/

21/10 – 3/11 SABA & ST. EUSTATIUS; PJ5/SP6EQZ and PJ5/SP6IXF NA-145
from St. Eustatius. Activity will be on all HF bands, 160-10
meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL via their home callsigns,
direct or by the Bureau.

22/10 – 29/10 GUAM; KH2KY OC-027
by JA1OZK. Activity will be on the HF bands. QSL via his home
callsign.

22/10 – 29/10 QATAR; A71DLH
by members of the Lufthansa Amateur Radio Club (LARC) in
cooperation with the Qatar Amateur Radio Society (QARS - A71A).
Their activity will be on all bands using CW, SSB and the Digi
modes. Operators are DL1BDF, DK2DO, DL2NTC, DB4XN, DF4HR and
DG3HT. They will send their QSLs via the DARC Bureau or QSL via
their QSL Manager DL0LH. Online log will be available at:
http://www.dl0lh.de/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5
7&Itemid=114/

22/10 – 11/11 SENEGAL; 6V7Q 
by F8IJV. Activity will be on 160-6 meters, operating mainly on
SSB, possibly some Digital and CW too. He plans to take an Acom
1011 amplifier with him this time. He will also be active during
the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 29-30th). QSL via his home
callsign, direct or by the Bureau. Log will be uploaded to LoTW.

24/10 - 1/11 ST. PIERRE & MIQUELON; FP/KV1J NA-032
from the Island of Miquelon ((NA-032, DIFO FP-002 WLOTA 1417, Grid
GN17). Activity will be on 160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and
PSK31 (but primarily SSB and RTTY). He will generally be on the
highest frequency band that is open, and he may try 6 meters if
there is an indications of openings. Also, look for him on the AO-
51 satellite (and other FM birds), weather permitting and if in
the 2M/70cm mode. He will also be in the CQWW DX SSB Contest
(October 29-30th). QSL via KV1J, direct or by the Bureau and also
LoTW. For more details and update, check out his Web page at
http://www.kv1j.com/fp/october11.html

24/10 – 9/11 FIJI; 3D2T and 3D2A
from Nadi by VK4FW and VK4AN. They will participate in the CQWW DX
SSB Contest. QSL 3D2T via VK4FW and 3D2A via VK4AN.
25/10 – 30/10 ARUBA; P4ØA
by KK9A, including the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 29-30th). In
the contest, he will be a Single-Op/All-Band entry. Outside of the
contest, activity will be on all bands using CW and SSB. QSL via
WD9DZV.

25/10 – 1/11 BHUTAN; A52AB, A52IR, A52PP, A52PC and A51B
by UA3AB (A52AB), K0IR (A52IR), W8AEF (A52PP), W0BM (A52PC) and
W0GJ (A51B), along with their wives.  In the CQWW DX SSB Contest
(October 29-30th), look for A52IR on 75m, A52PC on 40m, A52PP on
20m, A52AB on 15m and A51B on 10m. They will be on other
bands/modes outside of the contest. QSL via their home callsigns.

25/10 – 1/11 ST. PIERRE & MIQUELON; FP/KV1J and FP/KV1E NA-032
from Miquelon Island. Plans are to operate SSB and RTTY, with some
CW and PSK31, on 160-10 metres, plus 6m "if indications of
openings". FP/KV1J will take part in the CQ WW DX SSB Contest
(SOAB HP). QSL via home calls, direct or bureau, and LoTW.
Information on satellite activity and other details can be found
at www.kv1j.com/fp/october11.html

25/10 – 8/11 FIJI; 3D2 
by VK4FW as co-leader and K4ZLE, NJ7N, NL8F, VK4AN, VK4NEF, VK4FW
and W5SL. The 'Online QSL Service' is set up at
<www.vk4fw.com/oqrs-php>. However, it is important that people do
not use it before we get back so as not to overload the system
causing mailbox failure.

26/10 – 30/10 ARUBA; P4ØP
by W5AJ through the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 29-30th). In the
contest, he will be a Single-Op/All-Band entry. Outside of the
contest, activity will be on 30/17/12 meter bands using RTTY. QSL
via LoTW or direct to W5AJ.

26/10 – 3/11 CENTRAL AFRIC; TLØCW
by DK7PE. Activity will have an emphasis on 160/80 meters CW. QSL
via DK7PE. For more details and updates, visit Rudi's Web page at
http://www.rooody.de/

26/10 – 9/11 St. MAARTEN; PJ7X, PJ7J and PJ7NK
by DJ8NK, F6EXV, JA1BK and K2WR including a Multi-2 entry in the
CQ WW DX SSB Contest. They will operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 80-10
metres, with two stations and possibly a third one during peak
periods. Their primary callsign will be PJ7X (QSL via F6EXV);
other callsigns will be PJ7NK (to be used on digital modes, QSL
via DJ8NK) and PJ7J (to be used on 80 metres, QSL via JA1BK). All
logs will be uploaded to LoTW a few months after completion of the
operation. The website for the operation can be found at
http://www.pj7-2011.org/

27/10 – 31/10 MARIANA IS.; NHØS OC-086
from Saipan by JF2SKV. He will operate CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK, and
will participate in the CQ WW SSB Contest. QSL via JF2SKV.

27/10 – 31/10 BAHAMAS; C6ARW NA-080
by N0HJZ, including a SOAB Low Power entry in the CQ WW SSB
Contest. Outside the contest he will operate CW and SSB on 10-160
metres (but not on 30, 17 or 12m). QSL via home call (direct) and
LoTW.

27/10 – 9/11 BONAIRE; PJ4J SA-006
by ON4CIT (OS1T). He plans to focus on RTTY and SSB on 30, 17 and
12 metres. QSL via home call, direct or bureau, plus LoTW and
eQSL. An OQRS will be activated on Club Log. Further information
at http://www.dxpedition.be/pj4j.html

27/10 – 11/11 COTE D'IVOIRE; TU2T
Seven operators will be active on 160-10 metres CW, SSB and RTTY
with 3-4 stations. 
Suggested frequencies are:
  CW   - 1823, 3505, 7005, 10106, 14025, 18075, 21025, 24895 and
28025 kHz
  SSB  - 3780, 7056/7180, 14195, 18145, 21295, 24945 and 28495 kHz
  RTTY - 10140, 14080, 18104, 21080, 24902 and 2808 kHz
  6m   - 50105 kHz - CW, SSB and Beacon 
QSL via I2YSB (direct) or IK2CIO (bureau). Further information,
band/mode survey and OQRS can be found at http://www.i2ysb.com/. A
dedicated forum where to contact the pilot station IK7JWY is at
http://www.hamradioweb.org/forums/

28/10 – 30/10 AUSTRALIA; VI6CHOGM 
by The Scout Member Amateur Radio Team (SMART) in the VK6
district. Activity is to celebrate the "Commonwealth Heads of
Government Meeting" (CHOGM) in Perth to discuss global and
Commonwealth issues. They plan to operate as much as possible from
the Peter Hughes Scout Communications Centre in East Cannington.
Activity will be on 80-6 meters using the "World Scout Calling
Frequencies", mostly on SSB, as well as PSK31 and SSTV. There may
be some CW. QSL via the Bureau or direct (see QRZ.com). For more
details, updates and operating frequencies, see the VI6CHOGM Web
page at http://vi6chogm.com/

28/10 – 31/10 BERMUDA; VP9/N1SV and VP9I NA-005
QSL via his home callsign. With lessons learned from last year,
this year during the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 29-30th) he will
sign VP9I. QSL via N1HRA.

28/10 – 4/11 MALDIVES; 8Q7SO AS-013
from Mirihi Island by JK1KSB. Activity will be holiday style on
80-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31. QSL via his home
callsign.

31/10 – 13/11 MALDIVES; 8Q7EJ AS-013
by G3VDB. Activity will be holiday style mainly on 20 meters using
CW, SSB, PSK31 and RTTY. QSL via his home callsign. The 2009/2010
8Q7EJ logs are available on the Clublog Web page at
http://www.clublog.org/logsearch/8Q7EJ/

31/10 – 13/11 MALAWI; 7Q7GM
by GM3YTS and GM0GAV. Activity will be CW only with a focus on the
low bands, especially 160/80m. They are hoping to have an
online log available. Look for all QSOs to be uploaded to LoTW as
soon they return home. QSL via GM4FDM.

Nov – March 2012 ANTARCTICA; CE9VPM
from Chilean Air Base Presidente Gabriel González Videla. Activity
is expected to be on 20 meters and possibly other bands. QSL via
PO Box 13630, Santiago, Chile.

1/11 – 4/11 TAHITI; TX3T OC-046
by a large group of operators from Russia and Ukraine. They plan
to operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 180-10 metres with four stations at
the same time on different bands/modes. QSL via RZ3EC (bureau
cards can be requested online) and LoTW. Further information
(including log search, band plan, and band/mode survey) can be
found at http://www.tx7m.com/

2/11 – 5/11 MARIANA IS.; AH0/AB2RF OC-086
from Saipan by AB2RF/JJ2RCJ. Activity will be focused on the low
bands, RTTY and PSK. QSL via JJ2RCJ, direct or by the Bureau or
LoTW.

2/11 – 12/11 MALDIVES; 8Q7CC AS-013
from Furanafushi Island by I0WDX. He will be active on 20-6
meters, including the WARC bands, using an Icom IC-7000 into a
Cushcraft R6000 vertical antenna. For 40 meters he will try to use
an inverted V if he has enough space on his water bungalow. QSL
via his home callsign.

3/11 – 7/11 AUSTRALIA; VK7ZX OC-233
from King Island by VK7ZE, along with a few friends on holiday,
plan to activate King Island weather permitting. He mentions that
this is not a DXpedition, but an operation in participating in the
150th anniversary celebration of the King Island Lighthouse (LOTA
AUS-050, ILLW AU-0082 and VK Shire KI7), the tallest lighthouse in
the Southern Hemisphere. They will be on air as much as possible,
mainly on 20 and 40 meters. He requests, "Please do not ask for
other bands etc, we are travelling in a very small two seater
plane and as it is, have to make many trips to the Island just to
get ourselves and equipment there. There are no trees to attach
antennas to, and we are not allowed to use the lighthouse for
attaching antennas." If possible, they will upload logs to eQSL
and LoTW while there, if not it will be done when they return
home. For details on the lighthouse, see
http://www.kingislandlight150.com/

6/11 – 25/11 GUADELOUPE; FG
by DK9PY. Activity will be only CW on all bands (except 160m) in
the lower CW area (15 kHz) from the band edge. He will concentrate
on the 30/17/12m bands. Callsign and QSL route to be announced.

7/11 – 21/11 BARBADOS; 8P9HP, 8P9DL and 8P9MS NA-021
by DL2NUD, DL8YHR and DL9MS. Activity will be on HF bands as well
as 6 and 2 meters EME. QSL via their home callsigns.

8/11 – 22/11 N. Cook Is.; E5 OC-014
From Manihiki Atoll by N7OU, callsign TBA. Only CW on 160-10m with
focus on EU. QSL via N7OU.

10/11 – 6/12 NAURU; C21AA
This operation has been postponed until next year.

11/11 – 8/12 TUVALU; T2T OC-015
With the "Pacific DXers" postponing their DXpedition to Nauru (see
C2 above), the group has reorganzied their first DXpedition
to Tuvalu. Operators mentioned are VK4AN, VK4FW, VK4NEF, NL8F,
K4ZLE and W5SL. Activity will be on all HF bands, 160-6 meters
using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31. They expect to have at least 3
stations on the air with a dedicated station set up on 6 meters
running in an interrupted beacon mode. QSL Manager is the Pacific
DXers, or by the Bureau via VK4FW. Bureau requests are also
accepted by E-mail to eliminate sending your QSL via the Bureau.
PLEASE NOTE: VK4FW is the current QSL Manager for Pacific DXers:
Bill Horner, 13 McConnell Rd, Maidenwell, QLD 4615, Australia --
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If an InterNet connection (doubtful)can be established during the
operation an online log will be updated on a regular basis,
otherwise it will be uploaded as soon as they return home. LoTW
and eQSL will be uploaded within 12 months after the operation
finishes. For more details and updates, visit http://c21.pacific-
dxers.com/T2T.html
PLEASE NOTE: Operators K4ZLE, VK4AN, VK4FW, VK4NEF and W5SL will
operate from Fiji prior to Tuvalu between October 26th and
November 9th.

13/11 – 25/11 NEPAL; 9NØMD
by a large multi-national team of operators from the Mediterraneo
DX Club. Operators mentioned are 4Z4DX, 4Z4OQ, CE6TBN, F1HRE,
F9IE, I2VGW, I8YGZ, IT9SSI, IT9YVO, IV3BSY, IV3RLB, IZ2KXC,
IZ2ESV, IZ2GNQ, IZ3NXC, IZ8CCW, ON7RN, XE1L, XQ3SA and YB3MM. They
will operate CW, SSB, and RTTY on 160-10 metres, with 3-4 stations
and a focus on the low bands and RTTY. QSL route TBA. The team
plans to give away trophies and prizes. Further information can be
found at http://www.mdxc.org/nepal2011/

15/11 – 17/12 MADAGASCAR; 5R8IC AF-090
from Saint Marie Island by F6ICX. Activity will be holiday style
operating CW, RTTY, and PSK63, and using 100 watts into various
GPs or Inverted-Ls and a Hexbeam for 20-10 meters. There will be
no online log during his activity. QSL via his home callsign
(QRZ.com).

17/11 – 28/11 AMERICAN SAMOA; K8A
by W4PA and possibily others. The operation will focus on CW,
digital modes and the low bands. K8A will participate in the CQ WW
DX CW Contest, in either the SOAB, Multi-Single, or Multi-2
category, depending on the number of operators involved. QSL via
W4PA, direct or bureau. Further information can be found at
http://www.k8a2011.com/

19/11 - 3/12 ST. LUCIA; J68HZ NA-108
from Labrelotte Bay, Castries, WLOTA L-1336 by K9HZ. Activity is
usually on 80/40/20 meters using CW and SSB. Suggested frequencies
are:
  CW  - 3550, 7050 and 14050 kHz
  SSB - 3770, 7155 and 14155 kHz
He also suggests to watch 40 or 20 meters between 1600-2400z
daily. QSL via his home callsign.

20/11 – 23/11 CHILE; CE4A SA-095
from Pupuya Islands by VE3LYC and CE3PG for at least three days. 
Please note that these days can slip in case of bad weather
conditions). Activity will be on 40/30/20/17 meters using CW and
SSB. The team will attempt to operate around the clock, looking
for propagation windows to every region of the world. QSL via
VE3LYC, PLEASE see the Web page for details. The DXpedition's Web
is at http://ce4a.yolasite.com/

20/11 – 29/11 THE GAMBIA; C5ØC
by OK1DIX, OK1DO, OK1DSZ, OK1FFU, OK1NU, OK1RI, OK1RK, OK5MM,
OK8WW/OM2TW, OM2IB, OM5AW and OM6NM. They will participate in the
CQWW DX CW (26-27 November) contest as C5A (Multi-Multi). They
will be QRV on 160, 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 metres with 3-4 stations
(and with 6 stations during the contest). QSL both callsigns via
OM2FY, direct or bureau. Logsearch and further information can be
found at http://www.om0c.com/

20/11 – 3/12 KENYA; 5Z4HW
by DL7DF on holiday. He plans to operate on all bands, 160-10
meters using CW, SBB, RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV as often as possible.
The location is the Diani Beach at the coastline of Kenyanear
Mombasa. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the DARC Bureau.
For more details and updates, visit
http://www.dl7df.com/5z/index.html

22/11 – 29/11 SAINT BARTHELEMY; FJ/VE3EY and FJ/VE3TA NA-146
Activity will include the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 26-27th) as
a Multi-Single entry. They will use a TO3 callsign (possibly
TO3A). QSL via their home callsigns.

22/11 – 4/12 SIERRA LEONE; 9LØW AF-037
from Banana Island by DJ8NK, DJ9RR, DK2WV, DL5CW and DL9USA. They
will operate CW, RTTY/PSK and SSB on 160-10 metres with four
stations, and will take part in the CQ WW CW Contest. QSL via
DK2WV. Further information can be found at
http://www.mdxc.org/9l0w/

23/11 – 30/11 BRITISH VIRGIN IS; VP2V/N3DXX 
from Virgin Gorda (Tortola). Activity will be focused on 160
meters and the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 26-27th) as a Single-
Op/All-Band entry. QSL via AA7V.

23/11 – 30/11 HAWAII; KH6/WJ2O
Activity will be in the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 26-27th).
Outside the contest, look for Dave on the 30/17/12 meter bands.
QSL via WJ2O.

23/11 – 7/12 UGANDA; 5X1NH
by G3RWF. Activity will have an emphasis on low bands using a new
amp. QSL via his home callsign.

24/11 – 28/11 ANTIGUA; V26K NA-100
by AA3B. Activity will include the CQWW DX CW Contest (November
26-27th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/Low-Power entry. Outside of the
contest, activity will be all CW on the HF bands only. QSL via
AA3B.

24/11 – 28/11 ST. MAARTEN; PJ7I NA-105
by K1GI. Activity will be on 80-10 meters using a FT-450 w/500w
amplifier into a Hexagonal beam (20-10m) and a Quarter Lambda
vertical (80/40m) antenna. QSL via JG2BRI. The PJ7I Web page is
available at http://www.qsl.net/pj7i/

24/11 – 5/12 NICARAGUA; YN
by AJ9C. Activity will be on 160-10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY.
He also plans to be in the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 26-27th).
QSL via LoTW. Also, look for him to be in the ARRL 160m Contest.

24/11 – 13/12 CURACAO; PJ2/PAØVDV SA-099
He will operate CW only on 80-10 metres, and will *not*
participate in the CQ WW DX CW Contest (look for him on 30, 17 and
12 metres during that weekend). QSL via home call, direct or
bureau.

25/11 – 3/12 ANGUILLA; VP2ERA NA-022
by VE3IKV/VA3RA. His activity will include an entry in the CQWW DX
CW Contest (November 26-27th). Look for him on 40-10 meters during
the contest, and on the 17m and 12m bands (plus 10m and 6m)
outside of the contest. QSL via VE3IKV.

2/12 – 16/1 NAMIBIA; V5/homecall
by a German team of operators, DJ2HD, DH3WO, DK1CE and DJ2BQ.
Their tentative schedule is as follows:
     V5/DJ2BQ - Decemeber 2nd-January 16th (2012)
     V5/DJ2HD - December 26th-Janusry 16th (2012)
     V5/DH3WO - December 26th-January 5th (2012)
     V5/DK1CE - December 26th-January 5th (2012)
Activity will be on all bands 160-10 meters using CW, SSB and
RTTY. DJ2HD states that he will focus on 160/80/40m and on RTTY on
each band as well. QSL via the operator's home callsign, except
QSL both V5/DH3WO and V5/DK1CE via DH3WO.

16/12 – 27/12 BELIZE; V31NB 
by 5B4AIF. He hopes to operate on as many bands as possible, but
SSB only. QSL via EB7DX. He will upload his log as many times as
he can, but does not know how good the InterNet will be so please
be patient. Log will be available at
http://www.clublog.org/logsearch/V31NB/

19/12 – 4/1 TOGO; 5V7MA
by F4FOO. He will operate SSB on 20-10 metres during his spare
time. QSL via home call, direct or bureau.

30/12 – 8/1 PALAU; T88OW 
by RA0FF. Activity should be on all bands using CW and SSB. QSL
via his home callsign.

31/12 – 13/2 WEST MALAYSIA; 9M2MRS AS-015
from Penang Island by PA0RRS. He will operate exclusively CW, PSK
and RTTY. QSL via home call, direct or bureau, as well as LoTW and
eQSL.

2/1 – 7/1 FRENCH GUIANA; TO5G SA-020
from Royale Island, Salut Islands, by F4ACR, F4CRE, F4DNU, F5OQK,
F6AIM and FY5LH. QSL via F5KDR, direct or by the Bureau. More
details will be forthcoming.

12/1 – 22/1 CAMBODIA; XU
by JA3AVO, JA1CJA, JA3BZO, JA3HJI, JA3UJR and JA3ARJ. More details
will be forthcoming.
12/1 – 23/1 BONAIRE; PJ4C SA-006
by some members of the Provins ARC F6KOP team announce that the
team will activate Bonaire. Operations will be on CW, SSB and
RTTY, with at least 6 stations, 24 operators, and on the air 24
hours a day. The team members are experienced operators and
include F4AJQ (team leader), PJ4NX, K4SV, I2VGW, N2WB, DJ7JC,
DJ9RR, OE3GCU, OE3JAG, ON7RN, F1HRE, F1NGP, F4DLM, F5EOT, F5VHQ,
F6BIV, F6ENO, F6JMT, F8BJI, F9IE, PA0R, OZ1IKY, F2VX, F5QF and
F8ATS. More details and updates can be found at
http://www.pj4c.com/

20/1 – 29/1 PITCAIRN I; VP6T OC-044
by F6BEE, G3TXF, VE2TZT, FM5CD and F4BKV. Plans are to have three
stations active round-the-clock on 160-10 metres CW, SSB and RTTY.
Pitcairn has not seen any large-scale amateur DXpedition operation
for the past decade, and VP6T has a target of more than 50,000
QSOs. Efforts will be made to give this extremely rare Entity
on as many bands as possible, but especially on the low bands. QSL
via G3TXF, direct or bureau, and LoTW. QSLling instructions and
further information can be found at http://www.vp6t.org/

25/1 – 23/2 WALLIS & FUTUNA; FWØR OC-054
from Uvea Island by HA0NAR and two other operators. They plan to
have two stations on the air with amps operating on 160-6 meters
using CW, SSB and RTTY. Focus will be on the lower bands,
especially 160/80/40/30 meters using Spider (18m) verticals. A
week long side trip will be also organized to Futuna Island (OC-
118) for the IOTA hunters in early February. The team also plans
to take part in the ARRL DX CW Contest (February 18-19th). For
more info/updates and an online logsearch, see the Web page at:
http://www.ha0nar.hu/

January - February MALPELO I.; HKØNA 
The team will depart from Buenaventura, Colombia on January 22,
2012, for the 235 mile trip to Malpelo. Depending on sea and
landing conditions, they expect to be QRV within 36 hours after
landing for about 10-12 days. The team will return to Buenaventura
on Feb. 6, 2012. Operations are planned on 160 through 6 meters on
CW, SSB and Digital modes. The team consists of HK1R (Team
Leader), HK1MW, HK1N, HK1T, HK1X, HK3JJH, DJ9ZB, K4UEE, K5YY,
LU9ESD, OH0XX, VE7CT, W6IZT, WB9Z and YV5SSB/6. For more details
and updates, visit the HK0NA Web pages at
http://hk0na.wordpress.com/

3/2 - 17/2 NIUE; ZK2C OC-040
by DF1AL, DJ9HX, DJ9RR, DK1AX, DK1MA, DL2HWA, DL7JAN, DL7VEE and
DM2AYO. They will operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 160-6 metres with
three stations. QSL via DL7JAN, direct or bureau. Further
information, including suggested frequencies, log search and the
OQRS for both direct and bureau cards, can be found at
http://zk2c.hkmann.de/

25/2 – 6/3 SENEGAL; 6V7T
by F5RAV. Activity will probably be on SSB and PSK31, and on 160-
10 meters (including 17 and 12m with a dipole only). He will also
be in the French REF SSB Contest (February 25-26th) and the ARRL
DX SSB Contest (March 3-4th). QSL only direct to his home
callsign. See details on QRZ.com. He will also try to be active as
C56/F5RAV (or possibly another callsign) from Banjul, The Gambia
(C56), between the two weekends (February 27th, and March 3rd,
2012) with some other operators from Europe.

8/3 – 15/3 BERMUDA; VP9/G3PJT
Activity will include the RSGB Commonwealth Contest 2012. QSL via
his home callsign. For more details, see http://www.beru.org.uk/

12/3 – 30/3 CURACAO; PJ2/DK5ON SA-099
Activity will be on 40-6 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK. QSL
via his home callsign.

21/3 – 6/4 MAYOTTE; FH/DL7BC AF-027
His activity will include an entry in the CQWW WPX SSB Contest,
possibly using a TO callsign. QSL via the info on QRZ.com or Web
site at http://www.qslnet.de/member/dl7bc/index.htm

18/4 – 23/4 AUSTRALIA; VK8PDX/p OC-185
from Bremer Islets by VK4LDX/VK8PDX. He will use his Spiderbeam
tri-bander (for 20/15/10m) on a 10m Spiderbeam mast. Modes will
probably be on SSB, PSK31 and RTTY (he doesn't do CW). QSL via his
home callsign, direct or by the Bureau. He does not use eQSL or
LoTW. For updates, watch his Blog Web page at
http://oc185.blogspot.com/

IOTA-frequencies
CW: 28040, 24920, 21040, 18098, 14040, 10115, 7030 and 3530.
SSB: 28560, 28460, 24950, 21260, 18128, 14260, 7055 and 3755.
The frequencies are NOT exclusive to IOTA!
IOTA net Saturdays at 1300z on 14260 and Sundays at 1300z on 21260!

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