KK4GV will be active as J79GV from the northeast side of the island of Dominica between 8 and 17 March. His operation will be holiday style and SSB only. QSL via his home callsign either direct or by the Bureau.
W0FK will be active from Longboat Key until 16 March. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the Bureau.
EI7CC will be operational from Lesotho as 7P8PB from 6 to 26 March. Activity will be limited because he will be on a family holiday and will operate when circumstances permit. QSL via EI7CC either direct or via the bureau. Logs will be uploaded to Logbook of the World immediately upon his return to Ireland.
A group of three Japanese operators will be QRV from the island of Rodrigues until 10 March. Their callsign will be 3B9DX and they will be active on all bands from 10 to 80m using SSB, CW, RTTY and PSK31. QSLs go via EA5GL.
H44 Solomons and H40 Temotu are the destinations for a group of nine German and Polish operators. H44G will be activated from 8 to 25 March while part of the group will operate as H40T from 12 to 23 March. They will have several stations on the 10m to 160m bands using CW and SSB. There will also be a station dedicated to RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV. QSL via DL7DF.
9M4SLL will again be active from Layang-Layang, Spratly Islands, which is IOTA AS-051, on all bands from 10 through to 160m using CW, SSB and RTTY from 10 to 18 March inclusive. The operators include John, 9M6XRO, Steve, 9M6DXX and Don, G3BJ. The group will use several stations with linear amplifiers to vertical antennas all within a few metres of the ocean. QSL Manager for this operation is Tim, M0URX either via OQRS, direct, bureau or Logbook of The World. Logs will be uploaded to LoTW as quickly as possible after the DXpedition.
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