DX News – 31 August 2014

| August 29, 2014

Joe, OZ0J will be operating a T88 callsign between the 2 and 9 September. He plans to operate CW and digital modes between 3.5 and 50MHz. All QSOs will be uploaded to www.clublog.org once a day, depending on the internet connection. QSL via OZ0J direct or via the bureau. Please use OQRS on clublog.org if possible.

ZL2MF/G3ZXD will be travelling to Niue Island, OC-040 between the 2 and 9 September on holiday with some radio gear. Plans are to operate on 20m and possibly some other bands. The equipment is an IC-706MkII plus LDG tuner, 20m dipole, multiband mobile whip and 6m loop. QSL via ZL Bureau or direct.

VE3LYC and KD1CT will attempt to operate from Matthew Island, OC-218 from the 4 to the 7 September. They will maintain one station on the air around the clock, operating on all bands from 10 to 40m using CW and SSB. QSL via VE3LYC, direct or by the bureau.

JH3LSS will be operational as A52LSS from different areas in Bhutan between the 4 and 10 September. Activity will be on the HF bands using CW, SSB and the digital modes. QSL via his home callsign or electronically using Logbook of the World.

YO2MSB will be active stroke 3A from Monte Carlo, Monaco between the 5 and 12 September. QSL via his home callsign direct, via the bureau or electronically using eQSL.

G0VJG, EI9FBB, G7GLW and M0OXO will be on the air from the Farne Islands, EU-109, on the 6 and 7 September. This short operation may also include participation in the SSB Field Day contest. The team are aiming for Longstone Island, dependent on weather. They will be using multiband dipoles and vertical antennas and hope to give this IOTA to as many chasers as possible in the short time frame. QSL will be via M0OXO OQRS direct or via the bureau.

Murray, WA4DAN has received permission from Parks Canada for a one-day DXpedition to Sable Island, planned for the 8 September. A second operator will be Randy, N0TG. WA4DAN will operate the SSB station while N0TG will be on CW. Antennas are expected to be 17 and 20m Yagis with at least one of the two stations operating high power.

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