TA1HZ will be in Somalia on a humanitarian mission from 23 March to 4 April. His primary purpose is as a doctor and but he also plans some on the air time, most likely from the city of Mogadishu using the call T5TC. His operation will be on the HF bands using a Kenwood radio and a Windom antenna. If you work him, QSL to TA1HZ as per the details found on www.qrz.com.
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 until 18 March. 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. This counts as a separate entity for DXCC purposes and also for the IOTA Award. 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.
OE1MWW will be active from the Maldives as 8Q7WK until 23 March. His operation will be holiday style on the HF bands. QSL via his home callsign.
F2FD is now active stroke HR5 from Honduras and should be there until 20 May. He states that he will be active as much as possible on CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL via F6AJA or Logbook of the World.
A multi-national DXpedition is visiting the Solomon Islands until 25 March. The callsign for this one is H44G and they hope to be on the air on all bands from 6 to 160m. 160 – 6m. QSLs go via DL7DF.
Four experienced Scottish operators will be on the island of Tuvalu in the Pacific from 12 to 23 March. The callsign will be T2GM and they will be very active on all bands. The QSL Manager is GM4FDM.
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