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Saturday, 18th October 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP042 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP42 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 42 ARLP042 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA October 17, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP042 ARLP042 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity declined this week, with average daily sunspot numbers going from 98 last week to 55.1 in the ... [continue]

Friday, 17th October 2014

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD042 DX news ZCZC AE42 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 42 ARLD042 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT October 16, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD042 ARLD042 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST... [continue]

Wednesday, 15th October 2014

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DXNL 1906 - October 15, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: d... [continue]

Friday, 10th October 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP041 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP41 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 41 ARLP041 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA October 10, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP041 ARLP041 Propagation de K7RA Average daily sunspot numbers from October 2-8 dropped from 170.1 in the previous seven days to 98. Average d... [continue]

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD041 DX news ZCZC AE41 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 41 ARLD041 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT October 9, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD041 ARLD041 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST ... [continue]

Thursday, 9th October 2014

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DXNL 1905 - October 8, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dx... [continue]

Friday, 3rd October 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP040 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP40 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 40 ARLP040 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA October 3, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP040 ARLP040 Propagation de K7RA We saw a rise in solar activity this week. Last Friday and Sunday, September 26 and 28, the daily sunspot numb... [continue]

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD040 DX news ZCZC AE40 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 40 ARLD040 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT October 2, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD040 ARLD040 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by IK4AUY, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral f... [continue]

Thursday, 2nd October 2014

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DXNL 1904 - October 1, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dx... [continue]

Friday, 26th September 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP039 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP39 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 39 ARLP039 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA September 26, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP039 ARLP039 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity was down this week (September 18-24) when compared with a week earlier, but solar flux is on... [continue]

Friday, 26th September 2014

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD039 DX news ZCZC AE39 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 39 ARLD039 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT September 25, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD039 ARLD039 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by HA3JB, ZL4PW, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all. VIET NAM, 3W. Bruce is QRV as 3W3B from Da Nang on the HF bands using CW and RTTY. This includes an entry in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. QSL via E21EIC. BHUTAN, A5. Operators Pekka, OH2YY and Pekka, OH1TV are QRV as A52O from Paro until October 2. Activity is on the HF bands with two stations using CW and SSB. QSL via OH2YY. CHINA, BY. Operators Zhang, BA3AX, Wang, BA3CE and Lu, BD3AEO will be QRV as BA3AX/2, BA3CE/2 and BD3AEO/2, respectively, from Juhua Island, IOTA AS-151, from October 2 to 5. Activity will be on 20 to 10 meters. QSL via BA3AX. NAURU, C2. Stan, LZ1GC will be QRV as C21GC from September 28 to October 14. Activity will be on the HF bands using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL to home call. ANDORRA, C3. Members of the Unio de Radioaficionats Andorrans will be QRV as C37NL in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. QSL via C37URA. BAHAMAS, C6. Phil, G3SWH will be QRV as C6AYS from New Providence Island, IOTA NA-001, from September 30 to October 10. QSL to home call. SOUTH COOK ISLANDS, E5. Operators Mathias, DJ2HD and Gerd, DJ5IW will be QRV as E51HDJ and E51XIW, respectively, from Rarotonga, IOTA OC-013, from September 30 to October 6. Activity will be holiday style on the HF bands using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL to home calls. CANARY ISLANDS, EA8. Members of the Union de Radioaficionados Espanoles plan to be QRV as EF8U in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. QSL via operators' instructions. JERSEY, GJ. Kazu, M0CFW is QRV as MJ5Z and plans to be active in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest as a Single Op/All Band/Low Power entry. Before and after the contest he is active as MJ0CFW. QSL both calls to home call. LUXEMBOURG, LX. Operator LX7I will be QRV in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest as a Multi Op entry. QSL via LX2A. ARUBA, P4. Al, W6HGF is QRV as P4/W6HGF until October 1. He plans to be active as P40HF in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. Otherwise, he'll be active as P4/W6HGF. QSL both calls to home call. SABA, ST. EUSTATIUS, PJ5. David, OK6DJ, Petr, OK1FCJ and Pavel, OK1FPS are QRV as PJ5/home calls from Sint Eustatius, IOTA NA-145, until October 3. Activity is on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and other digital modes with up to three stations active. This includes an entry in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. QSL via operators' instructions. INDONESIA, YB. Members of the Orari Daerah Jawa Tengah Contesting Team will be QRV as YE2C in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest as a Multi/Single entry. QSL via operators' instructions. In addition, Gab, HA3JB is QRV as YB9/HA3JB as part of the International Police Association Expedition until October 7. Activity is on the HF bands using CW, SSB and RTTY. This includes an entry in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. QSL to home call. VANUATU, YJ. Members of the Quake Contesters will be QRV as YJ0X from October 3 to 15. Activity will be on the HF bands, including 6 meters, with two stations using CW, SSB and RTTY. This includes an entry in the upcoming Oceania DX contest. QSL via ZL3PAH. ALBANIA, ZA. R.C. Nikola Tesla club members Igor, Z32ID, Mome, Z32ZM, Oz, Z35T and Venco, Z36W will be QRV as ZA/Z35T in the CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. Outside the contest they are active on the newer bands. QSL via operators' instructions. SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS. W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/5 in New Mexico and W1AW/7 in Idaho are QRV until 2359z on September 30. In addition, W1AW/KL7 in Alaska, W1AW/6 in California and W1AW/3 in the District of Columbia will be QRV starting at 0000z on October 1. They will be active until 2359z on October 7. THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The CQ Worldwide RTTY DX Contest, NCCC RTTY Sprint Ladder, NCCC Sprint, AGCW VHF/UHF CW Contest, Texas QSO Party, UBA ON 6-Meter Contest and the Peanut Power QRP Sprint are all on tap for this upcoming weekend. The 222 MHz Fall Sprint is scheduled for September 30. The CWops Mini-CWT Test is scheduled for October 1. Please see September QST, page 81, and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details. NNNN /EX

Tuesday, 23rd September 2014

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DXNL 1903 - September 24, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dxnl@dxhf.darc.de) translation by: Fabian Kurz, DJ1YFK 3W, Vietnam: Bruce, 3W3B is operating from Da Nang in CW and RTTY. Look for him in the upcoming CQWW DX RTTY Contest! QSL via E21EIC, LoTW. A5, Bhutan: From September 26 to October 2, Pekka/OH2YY and Pekka/OH1TV will operate as A52O from Paro on the HF bands. They will have two stations on the air in CW and SSB. QSL via OH2YY (d/B). C2, Nauru: Stan, LZ1GC will be on Nauru Island (OC-031, WW Loc. RI39lk) from September 28 to October 14 and operate as C21GC. He plans to sleep not more than 4 or 5 hours per day and spend the rest of the day on the radio in SSB, CW and RTTY. QSL via LZ1GC (d/B). http://www.c21gc.com/ C3, Andorra: Members of the "Unio de Radioaficionats Andorrans" will take part in the CQWW DX RTTY Contest as C37NL. QSL via C37URA (d/B). EA8, Canary Islands: The "Union de Radioaficionados Espanoles" (URE) in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (EA8URL) plans to operate the CQ WW RTTY Contest as EF8U. QSL via LoTW. http://ea8url.blogspot.de/ EA9, Ceuta and Melilla: Jorge, EA9LZ will also take part in the CQWW DX RTTY Contest. QSL via EA5KB. F, France: The 27th Accordeon festival "The Night of Shell" will be accompanied by the special event station TM27NN from September 26 to October 5. QSL via F5KTU (d/B), eQSL. http://f5ktu.ref-union.org/ http://www.accordeon.org/la-cite-de-laccordeon/histoire/ G, England: From September 27 through October 5, the special callsign GB2AA will be on the air to honour the work of the "North West Air Ambulance". QSL via GB2AA (d), eQSL. GJ, Jersey: Kazu, M0CFW plans to operate in the CQWW DX RTTY Contest as MJ5Z from Jersey (EU-013, WLOTA 0818) in the SOABLP category. Before and after the contest he will be on the bands as MJ0CFW. QSL for both calls via M0CFW (d). HK, Colombia: Lothar, DK8LRF will once again operate as HK3JCL from September 25 to November 22, mostly on 20m in SSB. QSL via DK8LRF (d/B). I, Italy: Watch out for a number of special callsigns on the air from September 12 to 26 for the ENIGMA 2014 event: II1ENG, II0ENG, II2ENIG, II4ENG, IR2ENG. More information can be found on the website. http://www.arilaspezia.it/pages/evento-enigma/enigma-event.php KH6, Hawaii: Jeff, VA3QSL will sign KH6/VA3QSL from September 27 to October 3 from Maui Island (OC-019, WLOTA 0636) and from October 4 to 10 from Hawaii Island (OC-019, WLOTA 0065) in holiday style from 40m - 6m in SSB and CW with 100W and a buddipole. QSL via VA3QSL, LoTW. LU, Argentina: Horacio/LU5BE, Henry/LU8EFF and Amaldo/LU3AAL are planning an activity from Purmamarca (WW Loc. FG76fg) as Homecall/T from September 24 to 30. There has not been any serious amateur radio activity from this part of the country in the last 40 years. Expect them on 80m - 6m in CW mostly, with some SSB/PSK/SSTV. On September 27/28 they additionally plan to be active from Susques (WW Loc. FG66to). QSL via QRZ.COM. http://lu5be.blogspot.com.ar/ http://www.qsl.net/lu5be/ LX, Luxembourg: LX7I will take part in the CQWW DX RTTY Contest (Multi OP). QSL via LX2A (d/B). http://www.lx2a.com/ ON, Belgium: Members of the Radioclubs Grimbergen (ON6NB) will use the special callsign OP14Z in October, to remember the battle of Semse in the WWI. QSL via ON4GI (d/B). P4, Aruba: Al, W6HGF plans to be QRV as P40HF (or P4/W6HGF) from September 24 to October 1 from Aruba (SA-036, WLOTA 0033) on HF in SSB/CW. QSL via W6HGF (OQRS). PA, Netherlands: Watch out for PB50REM, celebrating the 50th anniversary of "REM Island", a platform that was originally used as a basis for pirate broadcasting off the Durch coast, and now sits in Amsterdam harbour where it serves as a restaurant. QSL via PA7DA (B). http://pg6n.jouwweb.nl/pb50rem http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REM_Island PJ6, Saba and St. Eustatius: Mike, G4IUF will be QRV as PJ6/G4IUF from September 29 to November 2 from Saba Island (NA-145, PAFF-027, WLOTA 2043) in holiday style, on 80m - 6m in SSB, CW and RTTY. QSL via G4IUF (d/B). SP, Poland: The "SP DX Club" was founded in 1959, 55 years ago. Members of the club celebrate this jubilee with the special callsign SP55DXC. QSL via SP7DQR (d/B), OQRS und LoTW. TA, Turkey: TC3AFT is a special call sign to celebrate the friendship between France and Turkey. From September 25 to 28, Nicolas/F1RAF and Can/TA3GO will be QRV on 80m - 10m in SSB. QSL via TA3GO (d), OQRS. VE, Canada: Members of the "Contest Group de Quebec" will take part in the CQWW RTTY as VE2CSI from Sept-Iles in CQ Zone 2. They will also be QRV outside the contest as time permits. QSL via M0URX (OQRS), LoTW. W, USA: Between September 24 and 30, the ARRL centennial activities will be W1AW/5 from New Mexico (NM) and W1AW/7 from Idaho (ID). http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party https://centennial-qp.arrl.org/w1aw-portable-qsos.php YB, Indonesia: The "Orari Daerah Jawa Tengah Contesting Team" will operate in the CQWW RTTY as YE2C. The team consists of YB2BSE, YB2ECG, YB2ERL, YB2FNT, YB2TX, YB2UU, YC2FLR, YC2PWL, YC2PST, YC2SBG, YD2DOT, YD2HRT, YD2STT and YG2AGX. QSL via LoTW. http://ye2c.wordpress.com/ ZA, Albania: The "R.C. Nikola Tesla" (Z37M), with members Igor/Z32ID, Mome/Z32ZM, Oz/Z35T and Venco/Z36W will take part in the CQWW DX RTTY from Albania as ZA/Z35T (KN01hb). Outside the contest they will also be QRV on the WARC bands. QSL via Z35T (d/B), OQRS. Marijan, S56A will also be QRV from Albania in the CQWW DX RTTY as single operator with low power as ZA/S56A. QSL via S56A, LoTW. QSL-Manager RN3RQ: Jack, RN3RQ has taken over the QSL manager duties for a number of stations: EA8/RA1A, HA9SU, K9RS, N3RR, N4AF, NY4A, PR1T, RA2FDX, TK4A (2012) and UE16MM. More information on QRZ.COM. Railways on the Air - ROTA: On the coming weekend (September 27/28) the "Railways on the air" event will take place. On September 27, 1825, the first ever steam powered passenger railway line was opened. Participating stations are listed on the website: http://rota.barac.org.uk/stations/year/2014 Preview: ======== VK9L, Lord Howe Island: Just a few more weeks before members of the "Lagunaria DX Group" will hit the bands from Lord Howe Island (OC-004) as VK9DLX. On October 12 they will arrive on the island and plan to operate from October 13 to 29. http://www.lordhowe2014.org/index.php http://www.lagunaria-dx-group.org/ Abbreviations used in this DXNL: LoTW Logbook of the World OQRS Online QSL Request System WLOTA World Lighthouse On The Air Award Upcoming Contests ================= 27./28.09. CQWW DX RTTY-Contest IOTA Compiled by Friedrich, DL4BBH (iota@dxhf.darc.de) ==== IOTA frequencies CW: 28040 24920 21040 18098 14040 10114 7030 3530 kHz SSB: 28560 28460 24950 21260 18128 14260 7055 3760 kHz AF-016; FR, Reunion Island: Willi/DJ7RJ (30. 09. - 30. 10.) and Sven/DJ2CW (30. 09. - 08. 10.) will be QRV from Reunion Island as FR/Homecall on the HF bands in CW/SSB. QSL via Homecall (d/B), LoTW. AF-032; 5H, Zanzibar Island: Andrea/IZ1MHY will be QRV as 5H1MD from September 28 to October 10 from Zanzibar (WLOTA 1080) in CW, SSB and digital modes on HF. QSL via Homecall (d/B), eQSL. LoTW. AS-073; 9M2, Kelantan/Terengganu State group: Ahmad/9M2AGC, Zaki/9M2ZAK, Rizal/9M2RDX, Han/9M2SBD, Mohamad/ 9M2SBL, Hafizi/9M2TZW, Noh/9M2MNW, Syed/9M2SYA, Oja/9M2OUT and Hary/9M2GET will operate as 9M2SM from Pulau Perhentian Besar (WLOTA 2848) between September 26 and 29 on the HF bands in CW/SSB. QSL via 9M2GET, direct only. EU-026; JW, Spitsbergen Island: Karl/LA8DW, Gunnar/LA1FH, Kjell/LA9HH, and Rune/LA2OTA will be active as JW8DW, JW1FH, JW9HH and JW2OTA from 160 - 10m in CW and SSB between September 25 and October 1. QSL via Homecall (d/B), LoTW. EU-028; I*5, Toscana (Tuscany) Region group: Bob/OK2BOB will activate Giglio Island in holiday style as IA5/OK2BOB from September 21 to 28, mainly on 30/17/12m in CW and SSB. QSL via Homecall (d/B). EU-125; OZ, Jylland West group: Mike/DG5LAC will be QRV as OZ/DG5LAC from Romo (OZFF-004) between September 27 and October 3. QSL via Homecall (d/B), OQRS. EU-128; DL, Schleswig-Holstein State East group: Stefan/DF8HS will be on Fehmarn from September 29 to October 24 and operate on the HF bands. QSL via DF8HS (d/B), eQSL. EU-145; CT, Algarve Province group: Helmut/DL5DSM and Bernhard/DL9UBF will operate as CT/Homecall from September 28 to Oktober 2 in holiday style from Culatra Island on HF. QSL via Homecall (d/B) LoTW. NA-001; C6, Great Bahama Bank group: Phil/G3SWH and Georg/DK7LX will sign C6AYS from Providence Island from September 30 to October 10, on their way to and from VP5. QSL via G3SWH (d/B), ClubLog, LoTW. http://www.g3swh.org.uk/ NA-104; V4, St. Kitts and Nevis: John/W5JON is once again QRV as V47JA from Calypso Bay on St. Kitts from September 29 to November 12 from 160m to 6m. His XYL Cathy/W5HAM will also operate as V47HAM. An entry in the CQWW SSB contest in October is planned. QSL via W5JON (d), LoTW. OC-013; E5, Rarotonga Island: Mathias/DJ2HD and Gerd/DJ5IW will operate from Rarotonga on the HF bands in CW/SSB/RTTY as E51HDJ and E51XIW between September 30 and October 6. QSL for E51HDJ via DJ2HD (d/B), E51XIW via DJ5IW (d/B). OC-021; YB0 - YB3, Java Island: Karsono/YB0NDT will take part in the CQWW DX RTTY contest as SOSB 15m. QSL via YB0NDT (d), LoTW. OC-188; DU8, Pangutaran group and OC-119; DU8, Jolo group: Dindo/DV1UD will, starting on September 25 or 26, be QRV for each about three days from Pangutaran Island (OC-188) and Tongkil Island (OC-119) as DX8DX, mainly in CW. QSL via M0OXO. http://www.m0oxo.com/dx8dx.html OC-213; YB8, Togian Islands: Din, YB8RW and Syafyuddin, YB8OUN are planning their next IOTA activity from September 27 to October 2 as Homecall/p from Badutaka Island on the HF bands. QSL via Homecall (d). Calendar ======== start - end DX DXNL - 30.11. 2Axxx 1868 11.10. - 18.10. 2SZ 1902 12.09. - 26.09. 3D2AG/p 1901 - 31.12. 3W3B 1815 01.09. - 30.09. 3Z37SONDA 1901 19.06. - 31.10. 3Z5KK.. 1890 - 07.2015 4U20B 1895 22.09. - 29.09. 4W6DD 1902 22.09. - 29.09. 4W6LU 1902 28.09. - 10.10. 5H1MD 1903* - 08.2017 5R8SV 1897 - 2014 5Z4/LA4GHA 1827 - 2014 5Z4EE 1807 - 2014 6O0LA 1810/1827 - 2014 7P8CC 1807/1820 - 2014 7S400K 1866 - 2014 8J1AOBA 1870 18.07. - 02.2015 8J1ATUGI 1883 - 03.2015 8J1FC 1878 - 12.2014 8J1INUBO 1886 - 03.2015 8J1TGN 1878 20.04. - 31.1.2015 8J1ZC 1880 - 11.2014 8J2GAMA 1886 - 03.2015 8J2VE 1884 - 03.2015 8J3ZUKA 1866 31.07. - 08.2015 8J4J 1848 07.05. - 03.2015 8J4HKR 1885 - 11.2014 8J6GNB 1890 - 03.2015 8J7INORI 1892 11.08. - 31.12. 8J7KOR 1896 01.09. - 03.11. 8J7KBN 1899 - 2014 8J7T 1865 01.04. - 31.10. 8J8JRCV 1881 01.09. - 28.09. 8J8RALLY 1899 - 03.2015 8J9ONO 1878 - 10.2014 8J9WSH 1892 - 10.2014 8N1AQ 1895 01.04. - 31.12. 8N1NRT 1878 01.04. - 31.12. 8N1S60A 1878 15.01. - 30.09. 8N3HKC 1870 08.08. - 16.11. 8N4ARDF 1896 01.07. - 31.10. 8N5CLEAN 1890 22.09. - 29.09. 9A/HA5AUC 1902 22.09. - 29.09. 9A/HA7PC 1902 29.03. - 31.12. 9A90Z 1880 - 11.2014 9G5AC 1843 18.09. - 25.09. 9H3JA 1902 07.09. - 06.10. 9K9GHL 1902 26.09. - 29.09. 9M2SM 1903* 23.09. - 05.11. 9N7CJ 1902 - 11.10. 9X0VA 1900 - 10.2014 9V1RM 1751 - 2014 A91YA 1874 - 20.11.14 AF1G/C6A 1865/69 - 2014 AY1DZ 1872 27.09. - 28.09. C37NL 1903* 15.01. - 26.01.2015 C5X 1901 Resident C6ATH 1888 30.09. - 10.10. C6AYS 1903* 28.09. - 14.10. C21GC 1903* - 03.2015 CE9OJZ.. 1886 26.08. - 25.09. CG3C 1898 28.09. - 02.10. CT/DL5DSM 1903* 28.09. - 02.10. CT/DL9UBF 1903* 10.09. - 28.09. CT8/DL4KG 1901 - 2014 CW30A.. 1866 16.01. - 12.2014 D2SG 1867 05.09. - 10.10. D44KS 1900 - 01.2015 D8A 1871 - 12.2014 DA0EIM 1815 - 2014 DB50FIRAC 1865 - 2014 DF0DC 1865 29.09. - 24.10. DF8HS 1903* - 2014 DJ60DXMB 1865/68/77 - 12.2014 DK0HORREM 1888 - 2014 DK40BOSCH 1868 - 2014 DK40ECH 1868 - 2014 DL0HRS 1865 - 09.2014 DL0MSR 1884/1901 - 2014 DL60JMZ 1865 - 04.2015 DM100CTK 1884 - 2014 DM200TSV 1868 01.05 - 30.04.15 DM20KIDS 1884 31.05. - 31.12. DM50GRH 1888 - 11.2014 DM50PCK 1860 - 2014 DP90RKS.. 1865 - 02.2015 DP0GVN 1864 - 2014 DQ25GRENZE 1865 - 05.2015 DQ60WAE 1887 - 2014 DQ8T 1873 - 2014 DQ0HARZ 1873 - 2014 DR20RAFG 1901 01.07. - 30.06.2015 DR125HLK 1893 - 2014 DR175LDE 1866 - 2014 DR800BI 1873 12.02. - 31.12. DS4DRE/4 1872 25.09. - 01.10. DX8DX 1903* Resident E41MT 1887 Resident E41WT 1887 Resident E51AND.. 1888/1892 30.09. - 06.10. E51HDJ 1903* 30.09. - 06.10. E51XIW 1903* 08.07. - 31.12. E7100GP 1893 - 31.12. E72NATO 1892 - 31.12. E750EBL 1875 Resident EA8MT 1899 27.09. - 28.09. EA9LZ 1903* 27.09. - 28.09. EF8U 1903* 09.09. - 29.09. EG1CEL 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG1DEP 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG1RSO 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG2EIB 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG3BAR 1900 08.09. - 31.09. EG3CAT 1902 09.09. - 29.09. EG4ATB 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG4ATM 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG4ESP 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG4GET 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5CVF 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5ELX 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5GRA 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5LEV 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5RMA 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5VAL 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG6RAY 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG7MAL 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG7SFC 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG7UDA 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG8COR 1900 - 2014 EI14LCC 1866 - 2014 EI30T 1866 - 31.12. EI1100WD 1897 - 2014 EM50JA.. 1867 - 31.12. EM50LWY 1899 - 31.12. EO90WF.. 1866 - 2014 EO90WF 1866 11.09. - 08.10. FO/DF1YP 1901 30.09. - 08.10. FR/DJ2CW 1903* 30.09. - 30.10. FR/DJ7RJ 1903* - 10.2015 FW5JJ 1852 25.01. - 30.11. GAxxx 1868 01.09. - 30.09. GB0CZ 1899 27.09. - 05.10. GB2AA 1903* 20.09. - 18.10. GB2NZ 1902 01.09. - 30.11. GB70BTF 1901 - 09.2014 GX4BJC/A 1899 - 2014 HB14SAF 1873 - 2014 HB40VC 1868 01.09. - 30.09. HF0S 1901 01.09. - 30.09. HF37SONDA 1901 01.09. - 30.09. HF70OMG 1901 - 12.2014 HF685DM 1893 29.04. - 31.12. HF80PLOCK 1883 - 09.2014 HG25PANEU 1897 05.04. - 31.12. HG100ATOM 1880 - 31.12. HG140JLO 1879 - 12.2014 HH2/PY3SB 1892 25.09. - 22.11. HK3JCL 1903* - 2017 HL2/F4AAR 1837 - 30.09. HP1A 1866 - 12.2014 HS50RAST 1893 Resident HZ1HZ 1886 - 11.2014 IA/IZ3SUS 1888 21.09. - 28.09. IA5/OK2BOB 1903* 12.09. - 26.09. II0ENG 1903* 12.09. - 26.09. II1ENG 1903* 12.09. - 26.09. II2ENIG 1903* 12.09. - 26.09. II4ENG 1903* - 05.2015 II8IDXC.. 1856/1861 12.09. - 26.09. IR2ENG 1903* 01.03. - 30.12 IY1GMS 1881 - 30.09. JU80R 1902 - 09.2014 JW/RD1AL 1899 25.09. - 01.10. JW1FH 1903* 25.09. - 01.10. JW2OTA 1903* 25.09. - 01.10. JW8DW 1903* 25.09. - 01.10. JW9HH 1903* 27.09. - 10.10. KH6/VA3QSL 1903* - 2016/17 KH9/KJ6GHN 1885 - 2014 LIxxx 1865 - 2014 LJxxx 1865 - 2014 LM1814 1865 - 2014 LM2T75Y 1870 - 03.2015 LU1ZD 1888 27.09. - 28.09. LX7I 1903* - 2014 LY10NATO 1875 20.09. - 27.09. LZ14IARU 1902 - 09.2014 LZ37MP 1899 - 2014 LZ60KSP 1875 27.09. - 28.09. MJ0CFW 1903* 27.09. - 28.09. MJ5Z 1903* - 09.2014 MX1SWL/A 1899 - 09.2014 MX1SWL/p 1899 27.06. - 26.10. N5T 1890/94 25.01. - 30.11. OF60A 1888 - 14.10. OH8R 1869 - 31.12. OM44LTE 1872 01.10. - 31.10. OP14Z 1903* - 08.2015 OX5M 1843 - 08.2015 OX5T 1843 27.09. - 03.10. OZ/DG5LAC 1903* 15.09. - 27.09. OZ0AV 1902 11.09. - 30.09. P29NI 1901 - 2014 P29NO 1814 11.09. - 30.09. P29VCX 1901 24.09. - 01.10. P4/W6HGF 1903* 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DK1AW 1902 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DL2AMT 1902 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DL3ARK 1902 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DL4AMK 1902 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DL5ASE 1902 - 2014 PA35WO 1867 01.09. - 28.09. PA44AH 1899 - 09.2014 PA70AIRBORNE 1899 01.09. - 29.09. PA70KP 1899 01.09. - 28.09. PA950SLD 1901 26.09. PB50REM 1903* - 02.2015 PG200KMAR 1875 - 2014 PH65PH 1869 - 31.12. PI30DIG 1880 21.09. - 03.10. PJ5/OK1FCJ 1902 21.09. - 03.10. PJ5/OK1FPS 1902 21.09. - 03.10. PJ5/OK6DJ 1902 21.09. - 03.10. PJ5/OL8R 1902 29.09. - 02.11. PJ6/G4IUF 1903* 21.09. - 15.10. PJ7PL 1902 18.09. - 25.09. PY0FF 1902 20.09. - 25.09. PZ5AA 1902 28.07. - 22.10. R14CWC.. 1894 - 2014 R80xx.. 1870 - 26.11. RI59ANT 1874 - 01.02.2015 RI1ANT 1860/1862 unknown S01WS 1885 - 2014 S567O 1868 06.09. - 27.09. S79LCA 1902 - 2014 SC15DXR 1868 - 2014 SC2014ECC.. 1866 01.08. - 03.10. SN0MPW 1896 01.09. - 30.09. SN0S 1901 01.08. - 02.10. SN4PW 1900 - 31.12. SN30RVG.. 1880 01.09. - 30.09. SN37SONDA 1901 01.09. - 30.09. SN50MKS 1901 10.03. - 10.12. SN100LP 1882/95 - 30.11. SN150SZ 1879 15.08. - 30.09. SN700M 1899 01.09. - 30.09. SO37SONDA 1901 18.09. - 25.09. SV5/PA1FJ/p 1902 04.09. - 30.09. SX7AMF 1901 25.09. - 28.09. TC3AFT 1903* - 2014 TC10SWAT 1871 - 2017 TJ3SN 1896 - 07.2015 TJ3TS 1877 - 10.2014 TK4QL 1882 - 12.2014 TM02REF.. 1877 26.09. - 05.10. TM27NN 1903* 21.09. - 26.09. TM32O 1902 - 2014 TM400M 1865 27.05. - 18.10. TM68VA 1885 06.09. - 19.10. TM77AR 1901 28.06. - 12.11. TM80GW 1890 20.09. - 29.09. TM89IARU 1902 18.09. TR8CA 1902 15.09. - 15.10. UE16CT 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16HQ 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16IR 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16LT 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16MM 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16MP 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16MT 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16SA 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16SF 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16SR 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16ST 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16WR 1901 26.09. - 12.11. V47JA 1903* 01.09. - 28.10. VC3P 1899 26.09. - 28.09. VE2CSI 1903* 19.09. - 02.10. VK9AN 1902 - 12.2015 VR2UU 1898 24.09. - 30.09. W1AW/5 1903* 24.09. - 30.09. W1AW/7 1903* - 2014 W100AW 1865 28.06. - 28.12. WW1USA 1895 01.09. - 30.09. XT2CML 1901 - 23.11. XV2G 1897 27.09. - 02.10. YB8OUN/p 1903* 27.09. - 02.10. YB8RW/p 1903* 25.09. - 07.10. YB9/HA3JB 1902 27.09. - 28.09. YB0NDT 1903* 27.09. - 28.09. YE2C 1903* - 11.2014 YL2014C.. 1873/74 22.08. - 30.09. YP0F 1898 - 2014 YP1989TM 1866 - 2014 YP25xx 1866 - 12.2014 YS1/NP3J 1875 - 2014 YT0PUPIN 1866 01.03. - 31.12. YU100CER.. 1875 - 2014 YW80RCV 1871 27.09. - 28.09. ZA/S56A 1903* 27.09. - 28.09. ZA/Z35T 1903* 22.09. - 30.09. ZD8RH 1902 - 10.2014 ZD9G 1857 - 10.2014 ZD9M 1873 09.09. - 03.10. ZD9XF 1901 09.09. - 03.10. ZD9ZS 1900 - 03.2016 ZF2DX 1878 - 19.01.2015 ZF35xxx 1873 11.10. - 18.10. ZL4AA 1902 - 10.2014 ZM90DX 1851/1871 * = new or updated .. = and other calls QSL information =============== 3D2AG/p via 3D2AG (d) 2SZ via M0OXO (O) 3W3B via E21EIC (L) 3Z50AYP via SP7DQR 3Z37SONDA via SQ1GPR (d/B) 4W/PE7T via PE7T (d/B), (L) 4W6DD via JA2VWG (d) 4W6LU via JA7LU (d) 5H1MD via IZ1MHY (d/B), (L), (e) 5H9AC via IN3ECI (d), (e) 5Q7Y via DL8AW (d/B), (O) 5R8SV via G3SWH, (L) 5Q2J via OZ0J (B), (L) 8J7KOR (B) 8J8RALLY (B) 8N1AQ (B) 8N4ARDF (B) 8P6AZ (d) 9A/HA5AUC via HA5AUC (d/B) 9A/HA7PC via HA7PC (d/B) 9H3JA via EA5IDQ (d/B), (O) 9K9GHL via 9K2QA (d/B), (L) 9M2SM via 9M2GET (d) 9M51TR via 9M2FUL (d) 9N7CJ via F3CJ (d/B) 9X0VA via K7TRB C21GC via LZ1GC (d/B) AH0CO via JA0JHQ (d/B) C37NL via C37URA (d/B) C6AYS via G3SWH (d/B), (C), (L) CO6LC via IZ1GDB (d/B) CT/DL5DSM via DL5DSM (d/B), (L) CT/DL9UBF via DL9UBF (d/B), (L) CT8/DL4KG via DL4KG (d/B), (L) CU3AK (d/B) D44KS via EB7DX (d) DF8HS (d/B), (e) DM200TSV via DL4WK (B) DP0GVN via DL5EBE (d/B) DQ0HARZ via DF7AA (d/B) DQ60WAE via DF1QR (d/B) DR50RRDXA via DJ6QT (B) DX8DX via M0OXO (O) E30FB via JH1AJT E51HDJ via DJ2HD (d/B) E51XIW via DJ5IW (d/B) EA9LZ via EA5KB EF8U (L) EG1DEP via EA1DR (B) EG1RSO via EA1AST (B) EG1SMA via EA1RKA (d/B) EG2EIB via EA1WK (B), (L), (e) EG2INT via EA5KA (d/B), (L), (e) EG3CAT via EB3JP (d) EG4ATB via EA4TX EG4ATM via EA5DY EG4ESP via EA4TD (B) EG4GET (d/B), (L) EG5CVF via EA5WP (d/B) EG5ELX via EA5BY EG5GRA via EA5FID (d), (L) EG5LEV via EA5URL EG5RMA via EA5FL (B) EG5VAL via EA5DM (B) EG6RAY via EA6QY EG7SFC via EC7AKW (d/B) EG7UDA via EB7KA EG8COR via EA8URL (B) EI1100WD via EI2HZB (d/B) FO/DF1YP via DF1YP (d/B) FR/DJ2CW via DJ2CW (d/B), (L) FR/DJ7RJ via DJ7RJ (d/B), (L) GB2AA via GB2AA (d), (L) GB2LBL via M0CMW (B) GB2NZ via M0OXO (O) GH3IT (d/B), (C), (L) GX4BJC/A via G6XOU (B) GX4HRC via G3SVK, (e) HB40VC via HB9DKZ (d/B) HB0WR (d/B), (L), (e) HC5F (d/B) HF37SONDA via SP9HTY (d/B) HF70OMG via SP9KGC (B) HF1939BPM via SP5PMD (B) HF2014VB via SP5PPK (d/B), (C) HG5FIRAC via HA5BSW (L), (e) HG25PANEU (B) HK3JCL via DK8LRF (d/B) IA5/OK2BOB via OK2BOB (d/B) II1ENG via I1ANP II2ENIG via IQ2MI IR2ENG via I2MYF (d/B) IY1GMS via IK1SPR J67ZF (d) JT1EV via JA6EV JU80R via JT1CD (d), (L), (e) JW1AH via LA1FH (d/B) JW2OTA via LA2OTA (d/B) JW8DW via LA8DW (d/B) JW9HH via LA9HH (d/B) KH6NX (d/B), (L) KH6/VA3QSL via VA3QSL, (L) KL7YK (d/B) LI1B via LA1B (d/B), (L) LI2IZ via LA2IZ (L), (e) LI5TFA via LA5TFA LI8OK via LA9K (d/B) LX7I via LX2A (d/B) LZ14IARU (B) LZ37MP via LZ1KCP (B), (L) MJ0CFW via M0CFW (d) MJ5Z via M0CFW (d) MX1SWL/A via G6XOU (B) MX1SWL/p via G6XOU (B) NP3O (d) OJ0AM via OH2BH (B), (L), (e) OP7M via ON4SA (d), (e) OP14B via ON5UB (B) OP14HC (B) OP14Z via ON4GI (d/B) OQ5M via ON5ZO (L), (e) OX3YY via OZ7YY (d/B), (L) OX5T via OZ0J (d/B) OY1OF via M0URX (O) OZ/DG5LAC via DG5LAC (d/B), (O) OZ0AV via DL8AAV (d/B), (e) P29NI via G3KHZ (d/B) P29VCX via SM6CVX (d/B) P4/W6HGF via W6HGF (O) PA/DK1AW via DK1AW (d/B) PA/DL2AMT via DL2AMT (d/B) PA/DL3ARK via DL3ARK (d/B) PA/DL4AMK via DL4AMK (d/B) PA/DL5ASE via DL5ASE (d/B) PA44AH via PA0FAW PA70BOA via PA2TIN PA70KP via (B), PA1TX (d) PA70PARA (B), (L), (e) PA950SLD via PA3FOE (d/B), (L), (e) PA1914WAR via PA5V (d/B) PB50REM via PA7DA (B) PD2OOR (B), (e) PJ5/OK1FCJ via OK6DJ (d/B), (L), (C) PJ5/OK1FPS via OK6DJ (d/B), (L), (C) PJ5/OK6DJ via OK6DJ (d/B), (L), (C) PJ5/OL8R via OK6DJ (d/B), (L), (C) PJ6/G4IUF via G4IUF (d/B) PJ7PL via WA1ZAM (d) PP5WH (d/B) PR8ZX (d/B), (L) PU2OXO (d) PZ5AA via JA1HGY (d/B), (C), (L) PY0/PP1CZ via PP1CZ (d/B), (O), (L) PY0FF via W9VA (d), (C), (L) R14CWC nur (e) R44QKO via RU3KO (d/B) S79LCA via HB9LCA (d/B) SN0MPW via SP5PEP (d/B) SN0RX via SP8RX (B) SN0S via SP5IOU (d/B) SN4PW via SP4KSY (d/B) SN37S via SP5XHJ (d/B), (L), (e) SN37SONDA (B) SN50MKS via SP1PMY (d/B) SN100LP via SP3PGR (B) SN100PKK via SP9KDU (B) SN700M via SP3ZAT (d/B) SN777BL via SP4EOO (B), (L) SN1944PW via SP5ZIP (B) SO37SONDA (B) SP55DXC via SP7DQR (B), (O), (L) SV5/PA1FJ/p via PA1FJ (d/B) SX7AMF via SZ7SER (d) T88KH via BM2JCC (d/B) TC3AFT via TA3GO (d), (O) TC10SWAT via TCSWAT (B) TG9IIN via K4TI (d), (e) TJ3SN via IZ1BZV (d), (L) TK/F1UJS via F1UJS (B), (L) TM27NN via F5KTU (d/B), (e) TM32O via F6KFI (d/B) TM89IARU via F6KMF TR8CA via F6CBC TY1AA via I2YSB TZ6HY via DJ9ZB (d/B) UP44WFF via UN6GAO (d), (L) V26K via AA3B V47JA via W5JON (d), (L) VC3P via VE3JO VE2CSI via M0URX (O) VK9AN via N7QT (d/B), (L) VP2ETE via W3HNK XE2X (d), (L) XQ1UIC via EA7FTR (d) XT2CML via LZ1CML (d/B) XV2G QRZ.COM YB0NDT (d), (L) YB8OUN/p via YB8OUN (d) YB8RW/p via YB9BU (d) YB9/HA3JB via HA3JB (d), (O) YE2C (L) YJ0GA via ZL3GA (B), (L) YJ0UO via G4BUO (d), (L), (e) YL/OK1MU via OK1MU YP0F via YO9FNP (d) YW5D via DM4TI (d/B), (O) YW5RYL (O) ZA/S56A via S56A (d/B), (L) ZA/Z35T via Z35T (d/B), (O) ZD8RH via G4DBW (d/B) ZD9XF via G3TXF (d/B), (O) ZD9ZS via ZS1S (d) ZL1MVL (d/B), (e), (C) ZL1SW via F4BHW (d) ZL4IG (d/B) ZS6RJ (d/B) ZY1SG via PY1AA (B), (L), (e) (d) direct (B) 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Friday, 19th September 2014

ARLP038PropagationdeK7RA

SB PROP @ ARL ARLP038 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP38 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 38 ARLP038 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA September 19, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP038 ARLP038 Propagation de K7RA On September 11 and 12 two powerful CMEs hit Earth, producing a G3 class geomagnetic storm. The result was a planetary A index of 44 on Friday, and during the final three hours of the UTC day (2:00 PM to 5:00 PM PDT) the planetary K index reached 7, which is very high. Overall solar activity is down, with the average daily sunspot number declining from 152 to 124.9 in the latest reporting period (September 11-17). Average daily solar flux dropped from 155.8 to 139.8. Predicted flux values have declined as well. As an example, the daily 45 day forecast for solar flux on September 21 was 120 on August 6-10, 125 on August 11-17, 135 on August 18 through September 7, 150 on September 8-12, 130 on September 13, 120 on September 14-15 and 115 on every day since. Predicted solar flux is 120 on September 19, 115 on September 20-21, 110 on September 22-25, 115 on September 26, 120 on September 27-28, 130 on September 29, 135 on September 30 and October 1, 140 on October 2, 145 on October 3-5, 150 on October 6-7, 145 on October 8-9. and 140 on October 10-12. Flux values then dip to 125 on October 17, rise again slightly, then go down to 115 on October 21-23. After that solar flux values are expected to rise again, perhaps to 150 by early November. Predicted planetary A index is 5 on September 19-25, 15 on September 26-27, 12 on September 28-29, 10 on September 30, 5 on October 1-2, 8 on October 3-4, 5 on October 5, 10 on October 6-7, then quieting down to 5 on October 8-11, then rising to 8, 10 and 8 on October 12-14, and quieting down to 5 again on October 15-21. The next really active period is predicted to have a planetary A index of 20 on October 22. Petr Kolman, OK1MGW of the Czech Propagation Interest Group believes geomagnetic conditions should be quiet to unsettled on September 19-20, quiet on September 21, active to disturbed September 22-23 (although he is uncertain about this), quiet to unsettled September 24-26, quiet to active September 27-28, quiet to unsettled September 29 through October 3, quiet to active October 4-5, mostly quiet October 6-9, quiet October 10-12. mostly quiet October 13-14, and quiet to unsettled October 15. Petr expects an increase in solar wind on September 22-23 (although he is less than certain about this, just as in the geomagnetic prediction for those two days), and also on September 26-29 and October 3-4. The Autumnal Equinox is just a short time away, in the early hours of September 23 at 0229 UTC. This is Monday night in North America. The equinox portends improved worldwide communications on the HF bands. As an example, modeling propagation using W6ELprop and a modest solar flux of 120, 20 meter signals between California and Japan on the equinox run about 6 dB hotter in the early evening on the West Coast than they would a month earlier. Rich Zwirko, K1HTV of Amissville, Virginia (FM18ap) sent this report about recent activity in the ARRL September VHF Contest last weekend (September 13-15): "The Wednesday, September 10 CME and X1.6 solar flare resulted in an aurora which occurred on Friday evening, Sept. 12. Unfortunately, this was the day before the ARRL VHF Contest. I managed to work W1AW/1 and a couple of VEs on 6 meter CW via the buzz mode. On 2 meters I worked W9EWZ (EN52) and heard W9ZIH (EN51) and K9MRI (EN72) via the auroral curtain. During the VHF contest, the first sign of Es occurred just before 2030Z Saturday. A number of Florida stations were worked plus stations in Cuba (CO3VR and CO3JA) and Mexico (XE3/K5ENS). Just before 2200Z our Es opening to the south coupled into the Florida-to-South America TEP. This resulted in K1HTV QSOs with two LU stations in GF05 (LU9AEA and LU6DRV) and two stations in GF15 (CX2TQ and CX9AU). By 2220Z Saturday the Es and TEP had disappeared. "As September VHF contests go, I would rate the overall conditions to be above what is normally expected in the inland Mid-Atlantic region. Normally the Summer Es conditions have gone, but the Saturday Es opening, coupling to the TEP resulted in some interesting QSOs. "73, Rich - K1HTV" Thanks, Rich! I'll clarify a couple of terms, for readers who might be new. When Rich refers to "Es" he is talking about E-layer propagation, which can appear sporadically and propagate signals at 10, 6 and 2 meters during certain seasons of the year, such as summer and again and less often in December. Long distance HF propagation relies on the higher and more predictable F-layer of the ionosphere. TEP refers to Trans-Equatorial Propagation, or propagation in an approximate north/south path across the equator. When we have a big solar flare and geomagnetic storm such as the one last week, sometimes on HF TEP is the only available propagation mode. "Buzz mode" refers to auroral propagation, in which VHF stations aim their antennas north toward the Aurora Borealis. The reflected signals are distorted, hence the reference to "buzz." Wikipedia has a pretty good description of sporadic-E propagation at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sporadic_E_propagation , and K9LA has a treatise on TEP at http://k9la.us/Trans-Equatorial_Propagation.pdf . As mentioned every week at the end of this bulletin, K9LA has a great web site devoted to propagation at http://k9la.us/ . Http://www.spaceweather.com reports "No geomagnetic storm was in the forecast for September 19, but a storm occurred anyway. Sky watchers around the Arctic Circle saw the midnight sky turn green as magnetometers registered an unexpected G1-class disturbance between 0300 and 0600 UTC. The source of the display was a fluctuation in the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF). During the early hours of September 19 the IMF tipped south, opening a crack in our planet's magnetosphere. Solar wind poured in to fuel the storm." The planetary K index was 4 at 0300 UTC and 5 at 0600 UTC. NOAA forecasters estimated a 20% chance of more polar geomagnetic storms overnight. See http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/latest/DGD.txt . Dennis Condron, K0LGI of Marion, Iowa posted his observations about last week's big flare, and you can read it here: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/radiometeors/cKA0M9bokRM Dave Sublette, K4TO of Winchester, Kentucky pointed out that the report from N0JK in last week's bulletin never mentioned what band he was talking about. Later, after putting the bulletin to bed I received an email from N0JK to let me know it was 6 meters. If you would like to make a comment or have a tip for our readers, email the author at, k7ra@arrl.net. For more information concerning radio propagation, see the ARRL Technical Information Service web page at http://arrl.org/propagation-of-rf-signals. For an explanation of the numbers used in this bulletin, see http://arrl.org/the-sun-the-earth-the-ionosphere. An archive of past propagation bulletins is at http://arrl.org/w1aw-bulletins-archive-propagation. More good information and tutorials on propagation are at http://k9la.us/. Monthly propagation charts between four USA regions and twelve overseas locations are at http://arrl.org/propagation. Instructions for starting or ending email distribution of ARRL bulletins are at http://arrl.org/bulletins. Sunspot numbers for September 11 through 17 were 164, 157, 165, 120, 92, 85, and 91, with a mean of 124.9. 10.7 cm flux was 151.4, 152, 145.1, 139.3, 132.9, 133, and 125, with a mean of 139.8. Estimated planetary A indices were 12, 44, 13, 3, 3, 7, and 6, with a mean of 12.6. Estimated mid-latitude A indices were 16, 35, 13, 3, 2, 7, and 4, with a mean of 11.4. NNNN /EX

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD038 DX news ZCZC AE38 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 38 ARLD038 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT September 18, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD038 ARLD038 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by I3VJW, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all. TIMOR-LESTE, 4W. Sei, JA7LU and Hiro, JA2VWG will be QRV as 4W6LU and 4W6DD, respectively, from Dili, IOTA OC-148, from September 22 to 29. Activity will be on 40 to 6 meters using SSB and RTTY. QSL direct to home calls. CROATIA, 9A. Ede, HA5BWW, Pista, HA5AUC and Karl, HA7PC will be QRV as 9A/home calls from Rab Island, IOTA EU-136, from September 22 to 29. Activity will be on the HF bands using CW and SSB. QSL to home calls. In addition, a group of operators are QRV as 9A/IQ3VO from the Lighthouse Porer-Pula Croatia, ARLHS CRO-014, until September 21. Activity is on 80 to 6 meters with two stations using CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31, JT65A and EME. QSL direct to IQ3VO. KUWAIT, 9K. To celebrate the naming by the UN of Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah as a Global Humanitarian Leader, special event station 9K9GHL is QRV until October 6. QSL via 9K2QA. FRANCE, F. Special event station TM89IARU will be QRV from September 20 to 29 to celebrate the IARU's 89th anniversary. QSL via F6KMF. ITALY, I. Bob, OK2BOB will be QRV as IA5/OK2BOB from Giglio Island, IOTA EU-028, from September 21 to 28. Activity will be holiday style mostly on the newer bands using CW and SSB. QSL to home call. BULGARIA, LZ. Special event station LZ14IARU will be QRV from September 20 to 27 during the IARU Region 1 conference in Albena. QSL via bureau. BELGIUM, ON. Special event station OT703CCF will be QRV on September 21 and 22 to celebrate the 70th anniversary for the freedom of the Farciennes City. Activity will be on the HF bands using CW, SSB and PSK31. QSL via ON4CPN. SABA, ST. EUSTATIUS, PJ5. David, OK6DJ, Petr, OK1FCJ and Pavel, OK1FPS will be QRV as PJ5/home calls from Sint Eustatius, IOTA NA-145, from September 21 to October 3. Activity will be on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and other digital modes with up to three stations active. This includes an entry in the upcoming CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. QSL via operators' instructions. ST. MAARTEN, PJ7. Ed, WA1ZAM will be QRV as PJ7PL from the Royal Palm Beach Resort in Cole Bay, IOTA NA-105, from September 21 to October 15. Activity is holiday style on the HF bands using CW, SSB and RTTY. This includes being an entry in the upcoming CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. QSL direct to home call. SEYCHELLES, S7. Chris, HB9LCA will be QRV as S79LCA from La Digue from September 22 to 27. Activity will be on 40 to 6 meters using mostly CW. QSL to home call. DODECANESE, SV5. Fred, PA1FJ is QRV as SV5/PA1FJ/p from Karpathos Island, IOTA EU-001, until September 27. Activity is on the HF bands using CW, SSB and various digital modes. QSL to home call. GABON, TR. Alain, F6CTL is QRV as TR8CA. His length of stay is unknown. QSL via F6CBC. BENIN, TY. A group of operators are QRV as TY1AA until September 26. Activity is on the HF bands. QSL direct via I2YSB. CHRISTMAS ISLANDS, VK9X. Rob, N7QT and Melanie, AB1UH are QRV as VK9AN until October 2. Activity is on 80 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and various digital modes. QSL via N7QT. ASCENSION ISLAND, ZD8. Bob, G4DBW will be QRV as ZD8RH from Georgetown, IOTA AF-003, from September 22 to 30. Activity will be mainly on the HF bands using CW. This includes being an entry in the upcoming CQ World Wide RTTY DX contest. QSL to home call. SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS. W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/1 in Connecticut and W1AW/4 in North Carolina are QRV until 2359z on September 23. In addition, W1AW/5 in New Mexico and W1AW/7 in Idaho will be QRV starting at 0000z on September 24. They will be active until 2359z on September 30. THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. ARRL 10 GHz and Up Contest, NCCC RTTY Sprint Ladder, NCCC Sprint, AGB NEMIGA Contest, Pirate QSO Party, Scandinavian Activity CW Contest, Feld Hell Sprint, QRP Afield, Washington State Salmon Run, and BARTG Sprint 75 are all on tap for this weekend. The 144 MHz Fall Sprint and Run for the Bacon QRP CW Contest are scheduled for September 22. The CWops Mini-CWT CW Test and SKCC CW Sprint are scheduled for September 24. Please see September QST, page 81, and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details. NNNN /EX

Tuesday, 16th September 2014

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DXNL 1902 - September 17, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dxnl@dxhf.darc.de) translation by: Oliver Bock, DJ9AO 4W, Timor-Leste: Sei (JA7LU) and Hiro (JA2VWG) will put Timor-Leste on the air from Dili (OC-148, WLOTA 0019, WW Loc. PI21) between the 22nd and 29th. QRV as 4W6LU and 4W6DD on 40-6m in SSB and RTTY. QSL 4W6LU via JA7LU (d), 4W6DD via JA2VWG (d). 9H, Malta: Maltese amateurs celebrate their nation's Independence Day on the 21st with the call 9H9NC. QSL via 9H1SP. 9K, Kuwait: 9K9GHL draws attention to the naming of Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah as a Global Humanitarian Leader by the UN. QRV until October 6, QSL via 9K2QA (d/B), LoTW. 9N, Nepal: Joel, F3CJ, plans a trekking and amateur radio tour through Nepal according to the following itinerary: Sept. 24 - Oct. 6: 9N7CJ from Kathmandu Oct. 7 - Oct. 23: climbing Mount Manaslu (8164m) Oct. 24 - Nov. 4: 9N7CJ from Kathmandu The call is not confirmed yet. QSL via F3CJ (d/B). http://f3cjnepal.wordpress.com/ A2, Botswana: Frosty (K5LBU) and Jim (N6TQ) are currently active until the 18th as A25CF and A25TQ from the Lotsane Safari Lodge. QRV on 160-6m; QSL A25CF via K5LBU, A25TQ via N6TQ (d). EA, Spain: EG3CAT celebrates Catalonia's national holiday on the air until the end of the month. QSL direct via EB3JP. F, France: TM89IARU celebrates IARU's 89th anniversary on HF from the 20th to the 29th. QSL via F6KMF. https://www.radioamateurs-france.fr/tm89iaru-19739/ G, England: October 18 in 1924 saw the first HF QSO between Cecil Goyder ((G)2SZ) and Frank Bell ((Z)4AA) in England and New Zealand. GB2NZ celebrates this milestone between Sept. 20 and Oct. 18 on 160-10m. The call 2SZ will be activated between Oct. 11 and 18. During the same time ZL4AA will be active from New Zealand. Operators on both ends plan to reenact this first QSO during that time. QSL GB2NZ and 2SZ via M0OXO (OQRS). http://www.gb2nz.com/ Members of the Central Radio Amateur Circle (CRAC) will operate again from Barr Beacon (WAB SP09) as MX0PPC on Sept. 20 and 21. QSL via qrz.com.http://www.mx0ppc.org.uk/ HA, Hungary: The special event station HG15SPORT will demonstrate different aspects of amateur radio such as ARDF, HF and VHF, and high speed telegraphy during a day of sports in Budapest on Sept. 19/20. QSL via HA7PL (B). JT, Mongolia: JU80R continues to draw attention to the 80th anniversary of the Mongolian National Radio Broadcasting until September 30. QRV on HF in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via JT1CD (d), LoTW, eQSL. LZ, Bulgaria: LZ14IARU operates during the IARU Region 1 conference in Albena from Sept. 20 to 27. QSL via bureau. http://iarur1con2014.bfra.bg/ ON, Belgium: OT703CCF commemorates the liberation of Farciennes on Sept. 20 and 21 on HF in SSB, CW and PSK31. QSL via ON4CPN (d/B). PA, Netherlands: PA175RR celebrates the operation of the first passenger train in the Netherlands 175 years ago. QRV during the Steam Rail Festival "Stadskanaal Onder Stoom" on Sept. 21/21 and during the Railways on the Air (ROTA) weekend on Sept. 27/28. QSL via PI4KST. http://www.stadskanaalrail.nl/star/star.php http://rota.barac.org.uk/ PJ5/PJ6, Saba and Sint Eustatius Islands: David/OK6DJ, Petr/OK1FCJ/OL8R, and Pavel/OK1FPS will activate Sint Eustatius (NA-145, WLOTA 1851, PAFF-025) from Sept. 21 until Oct. 3 as PJ5/homecalls. QRV on 160-10m in CW, SSB, RTTY, and digital modes with up to 3 stations. They will also participate in the CQWW DX RTTY Contest. Their previously planned expedition to Togo (5V7) has been postponed. QSL via OK6DJ (d/B), eQSL, LotW, ClubLog, OQRS. http://www.cdxp.cz/ PJ7, Sint Maarten: Ed, WA1ZAM, pays another visit to the Royal Palm Beach Resort in Cole Bay (NA-105, WLOTA 0711) from Sept. 21 to October 15. QRV holiday-style as PJ7PL on HF in CW, SSB, and RTTY. Also watch out for him in the RTTY contest as Single-OP/Low-Power. QSL via WA1ZAM (d). PZ, Suriname: Isao, JH1ROJ, avails himself of Ramon's (PZ5RA) shack from the 20th to the 25th. QRV as PZ5AA on HF in CW, SSB, and RTTY. QSL via JA1HGY (d/B), ClubLog, LoTW. S7, Seychelles: Chris, HB9LCA, operates from the following islands as S79CLA: Sept. 6 - 14: Mahe Sept. 15 - 21: Praslin Sept. 22 - 27: La Digue QRV mostly in CW on 40-6m. Unfortunately his IC-706 already failed and he now operates with his spare rig, a DX70. QSL via HB9LCA (d/B). TR, Gabon: Alain, F6CTL, returns to Gabon and operates again with his call TR8CA from Sept. 18 on. QSL via F6CBC. TY, Benin: TY1AA, initially announced for November, is active right now until Sept. 26. Operators are Silvano/I2YSB, Vinicio/IK2CIO, Angelo/IK2CKR, Marcello/ IK2DIA, Stefano/IK2HKT, Mac/JA3USA, and Gino/IK2RZP. QSL via I2YSB (d), OQRS. http://www.i2ysb.com/idt/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=136&Itemid=333 UN, Kazakhstan: UN160G, UO160G, and UP160G celebrate the 160th anniversary of Almaty during the Kazakhstan Activity Week "Almaty-160" (Sept. 14 to 21). QSOs also count towards a specially made-up award. QSL for all calls via UN0GL. http://www.cqham.kz/ VK9X, Christmas Islands: Rob (N7QT) and Melanie (AB1UH) get on the air from Christmas Island (OC-002, VKFF-098) between Sept. 19 and October 2 as VK9AN. QRV on 80-10m in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via N7QT (d/B), LoTW. W, USA: Watch out for W1AW/1 from Connecticut and W1AW/4 from North carolina between the 17th and 23rd. http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party https://centennial-qp.arrl.org/w1aw-portable-qsos.php ZD8, Ascension Island: Bob, G4DBW, will be back on the air as ZD8RH from Georgetown (AF-003, WLOTA 1491). QRV from Sept. 22 to 30 mainly in CW on HF. During the CQWW DX RTTY Contest he plans to work single-band on either 15 or 10m. QSL via G4DBW (d/B). US Antarctic Stations on LoTW: QSL manager Larry (K1IED) reports that KC4AAA, KC4AAC and KC4USV are now using LoTW. So far logs from the past 2 years and a couple of other, older logs have been uploaded. Preview: ======== C5, The Gambia: Steve/G3VMW, Alan/G3XAQ, Mark/M0DXR, and Iain/M0PCB plan a dxpedition as C5X from January 15 to 26 in 2015, including participation in the CQ WW 160m Contest. Their location will be an old MW broadcasting station near Banjul. QSL via M0OXO (OQRS). VK9X, Christmas Island: Bob/SP2EBG, YL Gala/SP2GKS, Jan/SP3CYY, Jurek/SP3GEM, Wlodek/SP6EQZ, Richard/ SP6FXY, Janusz/SP6IXF and Roman/SP9FOW announce an activation of Christmas Island (OC-002) as VK9XSP from Oct. 18 to 31. QSL via SP6IXF (d/B), OQRS, LoTW, eQSL. http://www.vk9xsp.dxing.pl/ Abbreviations in this DXNL: ARLHS Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society DFB Diploma Farois Brasileiros DIA Danish Island Award DIB Diploma Ilhas Brasileiras CLHA Croatian Lighthouse Award DIFM Diplome des Iles de la France Metropolitaine IOCA Islands of Croatia Award LoTW Logbook of the World MIA Mediterranean Sea Island Award OQRS Online QSL Request System ROTA Railways on the air WAB Worked All Britain WCA World Castles Award WLOTA World Lighthouse On The Air Award ZWP Zamki w Polsce Upcoming Contests ================= 20./21.09. Scandinavian Activity Contest 21.09. BARTG RTTY Sprint 75 22.09. DIG-PA-Contest IOTA Compiled by Friedrich, DL4BBH (E-Mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de) ==== IOTA QRGs CW: 28040 24920 21040 18098 14040 10114 7030 3530 kHz SSB: 28560 28460 24950 21260 18128 14260 7055 3760 kHz AS-200; JA5; Shikoku's Coastal Islands: Take/JI3DST will operate as JI3DST/5 from Shodo Island between Sept. 20 and 22. QRV on 40-6m in CW, SSB, and RTTY. Dates depend on wx conditions. QSL via h/c (d/B). EU-001; SV5; Dodecanese: Fred/PA1FJ operates as SV5/PA1FJ/p from Karpathos Island (MIA MGD-013, WLOTA 1570, GIOTA DKS 016) between the 18th and 27th. QRV on HF in CW, SSB, and digital modes with an FT817 and a Buddistick antenna. QSL via h/c (d/B). EU-023; 9H; Malta group: Jose/EA5IDQ activates Malta holiday-style as 9H3JA from the 18th to 25th on 40-10m in SSB and digital modes. QSL via h/c (d/B), OQRS. EU-032; F; Poitou-Charentes Region group: Operators Christine/F4GDI, Jean Michel/F4EWP, Pascal/ F8CGL, Lionel/F5HNQ, Nelly/F4HHR, and Didier/F1PPH will be active as TM32O from Oleron Island (DIFM AT-025, WLOTA 1369). QRV from Sept. 21 to 26 on 80-10m. QSL via F6KFI (d/B). http://tm32oleron.blogspot.de/ EU-038; PA; Noord Holland / Friesland / Groningen Province group: Dieter/DK1AW, Juergen/DL2AMT, Lutz/DL3ARK, Peter/DL4AMK, and Mar/DL5ASE pay a visit to Texel Island (WLOTA 0043) and operate as PA/homecalls between the 19th and 26th. QRV on 160-10m in CW, SSB, RTTY, and PSK; they also plan to activate PAFF-012 and PAFF-074. QSL via homecall. http://www.dxclub.net EU-053; OJ0; Market Reef: Pasi/OH3WS will get on the air as OJ0W between Sept. 13 and 20 during his free time on the Reef. QRV on 40-10m. QSL via OH3WS (d/B). EU-088; OZ; Kattegat group: Bernd/DL8AAV operates with the call OZ0AV from the 15th to the 27th holiday-style from Laeso Island (DIA NK-003, WLOTA 2820) on HF in CW and SSB. QSL via DL8AAV (B), eQSL.EU-110; 9A, Istra group: Operators Walter/I3VJW, Ampelio/IK3JBP, Mauro/IK3SCB, Flavio/I3JRF, Marco/IW3ICK, Roberto/IZ3JKI, Cale/IW3ILP, and Luca/IU3BXI are going to activate Porer Rock (IOCA CI-090, MIA MC-313, ARLHS CRO-014, CLHA CLH-111) as 9A/IQ3VO from Sept. 18 to 21. QRV with two stations on 80-10m in CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31, and JT65A. They also plan to work on 6m in CW, SSB, MS, JT65A, and EME. Skeds for EME and MS via ON4KST's website. QSL via IQ3VO (bureau preferred, direct also ok). http://www.ari.verona.it/forumnew/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3569 EU-136; 9A; Kvarner group: Ede/HA5BWW, Pista/HA5AUC and Karl/HA7PC will get on the air from Rab Island (IOCA CI-096, MIA MC-330, WLOTA 2198) between the 22nd and 29th signing 9A/homecalls. QRV mainly in CW and SSB. QSL via homecalls (d/B). EU-138; SM7; Blekinge County group: Fred/SM7DAY is currently active as SM7DAY/p from Senoren Island until the 20th. QRV on all HF bands in CW and SSB. QSL via h/c (d/B), OQRS. OC-150; YB9; Tenggara Barat Islands and OC-022; YB9, Bali Island: Gabor/HA3JB, member of the International Police Association, is going to operate from Lombok (OC-150) and Bali (OC-022) between Sept. 25 and October 7 as YB9/HA3JB. QRV on HF in CW, SSB, and RTTY (including the contest). QSL via h/c, OQRS. http://www.ha3jb.com/yb9-ha3jb.html SA-003; PY0F, ZY0F; Fernando de Noronha Archipelago: Andre/PP6ZZ gets on the air from Fernando de Noronha (DIB OC-01, DFB OC-03, PYFF-016, WLOTA 1208, ARLHS FDN-001, WW Loc HI36TD) between the 18th and 25th as PY0FF. QRV on 80-10m in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via W9VA (d), LOTW, ClubLog. WWFF ==== The National Forest - GFF-286 Andrew/M0YMA activates this reference as M0YMA/p on Sept. 17 (from 1830z on). QSL via h/c (D/B), LoTW, OQRS; Log will be uploaded to WWFF LogSearch. http://m0yma.uk NP Feldberger Seenlandschaft - DLFF-057 Eve/DL2JIL and Sig/DL2JIM activate the national park with the call DL0WFF from the 14th to the 19th in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via homecall (d/B), LOTW. WCA === World Castle Expedition in Poland Eddie/ES2TT participates in a castle festival from the 19th to the 22nd, visiting the following castles during that time (operating as SP/ES2TT): Sept. 19: Berzniki (Sejny) (WCA SP-00872, ZWP OSE01), Beilsk Podlaski (WCA SP-00859, ZWP OBL01), Lukow (WCA SP-00726, ZWP LLW02), Zabikow (WCA SP-01323, ZWP LRP02). Sept. 20 and 21: More Polish castles in SP8 and SP4 together with local amateurs. QSL via homecall (d/B). The following castles will be activated during the Westphalian Castle Day on Sept. 20: WCA DL-02854: Fuerstbischhoefliches Schloss in Muenster (COTA-DL WNB-018) by Diego/DG6YY between 10z and 00z on 40m in SSB. WCA DL-03923: Burg Huelshoff (COTA-DL WNB-065) by DL0WCA (operator Ersin/DF6QE) between 09z and 14z on 40m in SSB. Calendar ======== start - end DX DXNL - 30.11. 2Axxx 1868 11.10. - 18.10. 2SZ 1902* 12.09. - 26.09. 3D2AG/p 1901 - 31.12. 3W3B 1815 01.09. - 30.09. 3Z37SONDA 1901 19.06. - 31.10. 3Z5KK.. 1890 09.09. - 18.09. 4O/YT7WA 1900 09.09. - 18.09. 4O/YU7MW 1900 - 07.2015 4U20B 1895 22.09. - 29.09. 4W6DD 1902* 22.09. - 29.09. 4W6LU 1902* - 08.2017 5R8SV 1897 - 2014 5Z4/LA4GHA 1827 - 2014 5Z4EE 1807 - 2014 6O0LA 1810/1827 - 2014 7P8CC 1807/1820 - 2014 7S400K 1866 - 2014 8J1AOBA 1870 18.07. - 02.2015 8J1ATUGI 1883 - 03.2015 8J1FC 1878 - 12.2014 8J1INUBO 1886 - 03.2015 8J1TGN 1878 20.04. - 31.1.2015 8J1ZC 1880 - 11.2014 8J2GAMA 1886 - 03.2015 8J2VE 1884 - 03.2015 8J3ZUKA 1866 31.07. - 08.2015 8J4J 1848 07.05. - 03.2015 8J4HKR 1885 - 11.2014 8J6GNB 1890 - 03.2015 8J7INORI 1892 11.08. - 31.12. 8J7KOR 1896 01.09. - 03.11. 8J7KBN 1899 - 2014 8J7T 1865 01.04. - 31.10. 8J8JRCV 1881 01.09. - 28.09. 8J8RALLY 1899 - 03.2015 8J9ONO 1878 - 10.2014 8J9WSH 1892 - 10.2014 8N1AQ 1895 01.04. - 31.12. 8N1NRT 1878 01.04. - 31.12. 8N1S60A 1878 15.01. - 30.09. 8N3HKC 1870 08.08. - 16.11. 8N4ARDF 1896 01.07. - 31.10. 8N5CLEAN 1890 22.09. - 29.09. 9A/HA5AUC 1902* 22.09. - 29.09. 9A/HA7PC 1902* 18.09. - 21.09. 9A/IQ3VO 1902* 29.03. - 31.12. 9A90Z 1880 - 11.2014 9G5AC 1843 18.09. - 25.09. 9H3JA 1902* 21.09. - 9H9NC 1902* 07.09. - 06.10. 9K9GHL 1902* 23.09. - 05.11. 9N7CJ 1902* - 11.10. 9X0VA 1900 - 10.2014 9V1RM 1751 11.09. - 18.09. A25CF 1902* 11.09. - 18.09. A25TQ 1902* - 2014 A91YA 1874 - 20.11.14 AF1G/C6A 1865/69 18.06. - 18.09. AM0#xyz 1889 18.06. - 18.09. AN0#xyz 1889 18.06. - 18.09. AO0#xyz 1889 - 2014 AY1DZ 1872 13.09. - 20.09. BO0D 1901 15.01. - 26.01.2015 C5X 1901 Resident C6ATH 1888 - 03.2015 CE9OJZ.. 1886 26.08. - 25.09. CG3C 1898 10.09. - 28.09. CT8/DL4KG 1901 - 2014 CW30A.. 1866 16.01. - 12.2014 D2SG 1867 05.09. - 10.10. D44KS 1900 - 01.2015 D8A 1871 - 12.2014 DA0EIM 1815 - 2014 DB50FIRAC 1865 - 2014 DF0DC 1865 20.09. DG6YY 1902* - 2014 DJ60DXMB 1865/68/77 - 12.2014 DK0HORREM 1888 - 2014 DK40BOSCH 1868 - 2014 DK40ECH 1868 - 2014 DL0HRS 1865 - 09.2014 DL0MSR 1884/1901 20.09. DL0WCA 1902* 14.09. - 19.09. DL0WFF 1902* - 2014 DL60JMZ 1865 - 04.2015 DM100CTK 1884 - 2014 DM200TSV 1868 01.05 - 30.04.15 DM20KIDS 1884 31.05. - 31.12. DM50GRH 1888 - 11.2014 DM50PCK 1860 - 2014 DP90RKS.. 1865 - 02.2015 DP0GVN 1864 - 2014 DQ25GRENZE 1865 - 05.2015 DQ60WAE 1887 - 2014 DQ8T 1873 - 2014 DQ0HARZ 1873 - 2014 DR20RAFG 1901 01.07. - 30.06.2015 DR125HLK 1893 - 2014 DR175LDE 1866 - 2014 DR800BI 1873 12.02. - 31.12. DS4DRE/4 1872 Resident E41MT 1887 Resident E41WT 1887 Resident E51AND.. 1888/1892 08.07. - 31.12. E7100GP 1893 - 31.12. E72NATO 1892 - 31.12. E750EBL 1875 Resident EA8MT 1899 09.09. - 29.09. EG1CEL 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG1DEP 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG1RSO 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG2EIB 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG3BAR 1900 08.09. - 31.09. EG3CAT 1902* 09.09. - 29.09. EG4ATB 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG4ATM 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG4ESP 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG4GET 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5CVF 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5ELX 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5GRA 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5LEV 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5RMA 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG5VAL 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG6RAY 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG7MAL 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG7SFC 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG7UDA 1900 09.09. - 29.09. EG8COR 1900 - 2014 EI14LCC 1866 - 2014 EI30T 1866 - 31.12. EI1100WD 1897 - 2014 EM50JA.. 1867 - 31.12. EM50LWY 1899 - 31.12. EO90WF.. 1866 - 2014 EO90WF 1866 11.09. - 08.10. FO/DF1YP 1901 - 10.2015 FW5JJ 1852 25.01. - 30.11. GAxxx 1868 01.09. - 30.09. GB0CZ 1899 20.09. - 18.10. GB2NZ 1902* 01.09. - 30.11. GB70BTF 1901 - 09.2014 GX4BJC/A 1899 13.09. - 20.09. HB0/DL2SBY 1901 - 2014 HB14SAF 1873 - 2014 HB40VC 1868 01.09. - 30.09. HF0S 1901 01.09. - 30.09. HF37SONDA 1901 01.09. - 30.09. HF70OMG 1901 - 12.2014 HF685DM 1893 29.04. - 31.12. HF80PLOCK 1883 19.09. - 20.09. HG15SPORT 1902* - 09.2014 HG25PANEU 1897 05.04. - 31.12. HG100ATOM 1880 - 31.12. HG140JLO 1879 - 12.2014 HH2/PY3SB 1892 - 2017 HL2/F4AAR 1837 - 30.09. HP1A 1866 - 12.2014 HS50RAST 1893 Resident HZ1HZ 1886 - 11.2014 IA/IZ3SUS 1888 06.09. - 21.09. II0IABJ 1900 06.09. - 21.09. II0IAET 1900 06.09. - 21.09. II0IAML 1900 06.09. - 21.09. II0IGZF 1900 06.09. - 21.09. II1IAST 1900 06.09. - 21.09. II5IHLP 1900 - 05.2015 II8IDXC.. 1856/1861 06.09. - 21.09. II9IAGM 1900 06.09. - 21.09. II9IAIQ 1900 01.03. - 30.12 IY1GMS 1881 20.09. - 22.09. JI3DST/5 1902* - 30.09. JU80R 1902* - 09.2014 JW/RD1AL 1899 - 2016/17 KH9/KJ6GHN 1885 08.09. - 19.09. LA/DH0JAE 1900 08.09. - 19.09. LA/DM3ZF 1900 - 2014 LIxxx 1865 - 2014 LJxxx 1865 - 2014 LM1814 1865 - 2014 LM2T75Y 1870 - 03.2015 LU1ZD 1888 10.09. - 17.09. LX/PA1AW 1901 10.09. - 17.09. LX/PA3EWP 1901 10.09. - 17.09. LX/PA9JO 1901 10.09. - 17.09. LX/PB5X 1901 - 2014 LY10NATO 1875 20.09. - 27.09. LZ14IARU 1902* - 09.2014 LZ37MP 1899 - 2014 LZ60KSP 1875 17.09. M0YMA/p 1902* 20.09. - 21.09. MX0PPC 1902* - 09.2014 MX1SWL/A 1899 - 09.2014 MX1SWL/p 1899 27.06. - 26.10. N5T 1890/94 25.01. - 30.11. OF60A 1888 - 14.10. OH8R 1869 13.09. - 20.09. OJ0W 1902* - 31.12. OM44LTE 1872 22.08. - 20.09. OP147MN 1898 20.09. - 21.09. OT703CCF 1902* - 08.2015 OX5M 1843 - 08.2015 OX5T 1843 30.08. - 20.09. OZ/DL4VM 1899 15.09. - 27.09. OZ0AV 1902* 11.09. - 30.09. P29NI 1901 - 2014 P29NO 1814 11.09. - 30.09. P29VCX 1901 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DK1AW 1902* 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DL2AMT 1902* 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DL3ARK 1902* 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DL4AMK 1902* 19.09. - 26.09. PA/DL5ASE 1902* - 2014 PA35WO 1867 01.09. - 28.09. PA44AH 1899 - 09.2014 PA70AIRBORNE 1899 01.09. - 29.09. PA70KP 1899 12.09. - 21.09. PA70OMG 1901 01.09. - 28.09. PA950SLD 1901 20.09. - 21.09. PA175RR 1902* 28.08. - 19.09. PD538RNI 1899 - 02.2015 PG200KMAR 1875 - 2014 PH65PH 1869 - 31.12. PI30DIG 1880 21.09. - 03.10. PJ5/OK1FCJ 1902* 21.09. - 03.10. PJ5/OK1FPS 1902* 21.09. - 03.10. PJ5/OK6DJ 1902* 21.09. - 03.10. PJ5/OL8R 1902* 21.09. - 15.10. PJ7PL 1902* 18.09. - 25.09. PY0FF 1902* 20.09. - 25.09. PZ5AA 1902* 28.07. - 22.10. R14CWC.. 1894 - 2014 R80xx.. 1870 - 26.11. RI59ANT 1874 - 01.02.2015 RI1ANT 1860/1862 unknown S01WS 1885 - 2014 S567O 1868 06.09. - 27.09. S79LCA 1902* - 2014 SC15DXR 1868 - 2014 SC2014ECC.. 1866 13.09. - 20.09. SM7DAY/p 1902* 01.08. - 03.10. SN0MPW 1896 01.09. - 30.09. SN0S 1901 01.08. - 02.10. SN4PW 1900 - 31.12. SN30RVG.. 1880 01.09. - 30.09. SN37SONDA 1901 01.09. - 30.09. SN50MKS 1901 10.03. - 10.12. SN100LP 1882/95 - 30.11. SN150SZ 1879 15.08. - 30.09. SN700M 1899 01.09. - 30.09. SO37SONDA 1901 19.09. - 22.09. SP/ES2TT 1902* 18.09. - 25.09. SV5/PA1FJ/p 1902* 12.09. - 22.09. SW8WW 1901 04.09. - 30.09. SX7AMF 1901 - 2014 TC10SWAT 1871 - 2017 TJ3SN 1896 - 07.2015 TJ3TS 1877 - 10.2014 TK4QL 1882 - 12.2014 TM02REF.. 1877 06.09. - 20.09. TM6CL 1901 21.09. - 26.09. TM32O 1902* 06.09. - 20.09. TM36CDXC 1900 04.06. - 20.09. TM100BS 1892 - 2014 TM400M 1865 27.05. - 18.10. TM68VA 1885 06.09. - 19.10. TM77AR 1901 28.06. - 12.11. TM80GW 1890 29.03. - 21.09. TM850CS 1877 20.09. - 29.09. TM89IARU 1902* 18.09. TR8CA 1902* 15.09. - 15.10. UE16CT 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16HQ 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16IR 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16LT 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16MM 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16MP 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16MT 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16SA 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16SF 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16SR 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16ST 1901 15.09. - 15.10. UE16WR 1901 14.09. - 21.09. UN160G 1902* 14.09. - 21.09. UO160G 1902* 14.09. - 21.09. UP160G 1902* 01.09. - 28.10. VC3P 1899 19.09. - 02.10. VK9AN 1902* 12.09. - 21.09. VK9NT 1901 - 12.2015 VR2UU 1898 17.09. - 23.09. W1AW/1 1902* 17.09. - 23.09. W1AW/4 1902* - 2014 W100AW 1865 28.06. - 28.12. WW1USA 1895 01.09. - 30.09. XT2CML 1901 - 23.11. XV2G 1897 25.09. - 07.10. YB9/HA3JB 1902* - 11.2014 YL2014C.. 1873/74 22.08. - 30.09. YP0F 1898 - 2014 YP1989TM 1866 - 2014 YP25xx 1866 - 12.2014 YS1/NP3J 1875 - 2014 YT0PUPIN 1866 01.03. - 31.12. YU100CER.. 1875 - 2014 YW80RCV 1871 22.09. - 30.09. ZD8RH 1902* - 10.2014 ZD9G 1857 - 10.2014 ZD9M 1873 09.09. - 03.10. ZD9XF 1901 09.09. - 03.10. ZD9ZS 1900 - 03.2016 ZF2DX 1878 - 19.01.2015 ZF35xxx 1873 11.10. - 18.10. ZL4AA 1902* - 10.2014 ZM90DX 1851/1871 - * = new or updated .. = and other calls QSL information =============== 3D2AG/p via 3D2AG (d) 2SZ via M0OXO (O) 3W3B via E21EIC (L) 3Z50AYP via SP7DQR 3Z37SONDA via SQ1GPR (d/B) 4W/PE7T via PE7T (d/B), (L) 4W6DD via JA2VWG (d) 4W6LU via JA7LU (d) 5H9AC via IN3ECI (d), (e) 5Q7Y via DL8AW (d/B), (O) 5R8SV via G3SWH, (L) 5R8UI via IZ8CCW 5Q2J via OZ0J (B), (L) 8J7KOR (B) 8J8RALLY (B) 8N1AQ (B) 8N4ARDF (B) 9A/HA5AUC via HA5AUC (d/B) 9A/HA7PC via HA7PC (d/B) 9A/IQ3VO via IQ3VO (d/B) 9H3JA via EA5IDQ (d/B), (O) 9H4CM (d) 9H9NC via 9H1SP 9K9GHL via 9K2QA (d/B), (L) 9N7CJ via F3CJ (d/B) 9X0VA via K7TRB 9Z4BM (d) A25CF via K5LBU A25GF via ZS6AYU (B) A25TQ via N6TQ (d) A47RS (d/B) A61SM via A61BK (d), (O) A92AA via IZ8CLM AH0CO via JA0JHQ (d/B) AM01AJV via EA1AJV (B) AM01CBX via EA1CBX (B) AM01TI via EA1TI AM03AJP via EA3AJP (d/B) AM03NO via EA3NO (B), (L), (e) AM04EQ via EA4EQ (d/B), (L) AM04FLY via EA4FLY (B) AM04FTV via EA4FTV (B) AM05ASM via EA5ASM (B), (L) AM05BB via EA5BB (B), (L) AM05DNO via EA5DNO, (e) AM05IDQ via EA5IDQ (B), (C) AM05IIK via EA5IIK (B), (L) AM05HJY via EA7HBC (B) AM05HT via EA5HT (B) AM05HPX via EA5HPX (B) AM05RKE via LX1CX (B), EA5RKE (d) AM05TT via EA5TT (B), (e) AM06DB via EA6DB (d/B), (L), (e) AM06QY via EA6QY (B) AM07AYF via EA7AYF (B) AM07ISH via EA7ISH (d) AM07JOY via EA7JOY (d/B) AM07KZ via EA7KZ (L), (e) AM07RCV via EA7NL (B), (L), (e) AM07SS via EA7SS (d/B/L) AM07ZY via EA7ZY (B), (L) AO05AHA via EC5AHA (d) AO05JC via EC5JC (B) BA7QT via W3HNK BO0D via (B), (O) C91GBA via EA4GBA CO6LE via RW6HS CR5MV via CR7AKN (d), (e) CT8/DL4KG via DL4KG (d/B), (L) CX3TQ via IK2DUW D44KS via EB7DX (d) DF0WCA via DL5AWI (d/B) DL0WFF (d/B), (L) DM200TSV via DL4WK (B) DP0GVN via DL5EBE (d/B) DQ0HARZ via DF7AA (d/B) DQ60WAE via DF1QR (d/B) DR50RRDXA via DJ6QT (B) DS5DNO (d/B), (L) E20AX via E21EIC, (L) E20PFE (d/B) E21LXK (d/B) EG1DEP via EA1DR (B) EG1RSO via EA1AST (B) EG1SMA via EA1RKA (d/B) EG2EIB via EA1WK (B), (L), (e) EG3CAT via EB3JP (d) EG4ATB via EA4TX EG4ATM via EA5DY EG4ESP via EA4TD (B) EG4GET (d/B), (L) EG5CVF via EA5WP (d/B) EG5ELX via EA5BY EG5GRA via EA5FID (d), (L) EG5LEV via EA5URL EG5RMA via EA5FL (B) EG5VAL via EA5DM (B) EG6RAY via EA6QY EG7SFC via EC7AKW (d/B) EG7UDA via EB7KA EG8COR via EA8URL (B) EH1SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EH2SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EH3SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EH4SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EH5SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EH6SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EH7SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EH8SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EH9SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EI1100WD via EI2HZB (d/B) FG4NO via F4AVX (B) FO/DF1YP via DF1YP (d/B) G8P via G4CLA G8T via G4SHF (B) GB2HTL via G4DFI (B), (L), (e) GB2NZ via M0OXO (O) GB4ADU via G4LRG (B), (e) GX4BJC/A via G6XOU (B) GX4HRC via G3SVK, (e) HB0/DL2SBY via DL2SBY (d/B) HB40VC via HB9DKZ (d/B) HB0WR (d/B), (L), (e) HF37SONDA via SP9HTY (d/B) HF70OMG via SP9KGC (B) HF200P via SP9PKE (B), (L), (e) HF2014VB via SP5PPK (d/B), (C) HG5FIRAC via HA5BSW (L), (e) HG15SPORT via HA7PL (B) HG25PANEU (B) HL4CYG via HL4CYH HS3NBR (d/B) HS8GLR (d/B) ID9/IZ4JMA via IZ4JMA (B) II0IABJ (B) II0IAET via IZ0EUX (d/B), (L), (e) II0IAML via IS0IGV (d/B) II0IGZF via IZ0FVD II1IAST via IK1RKN II5IHLP via I5NQK II9IAGM via IT9YEM (d) II9IAIQ via IT9CFP IM0FFL (d) IQ3RO via IK3XJP (B), (e) J47ALT via SZ2T (B), (L), (e) JI3DST/5 via JI3DST (d/B) JU80R via JT1CD (d), (L), (e) LA/DH0JAE via DH0JAE (d/B) LA/DM3ZF via DM3ZF (d/B) LI1B via LA1B (d/B), (L) LI2IZ via LA2IZ (L), (e) LI5TFA via LA5TFA LI8OK via LA9K (d/B) LT0H via EA7FTR LT7F via EA5KB (d/B), (L), (e) LX/PA1AW via PA1AW (O), (C), (L) LX/PA3EWP via PA1AW (O), (C), (L) LX/PA9JO via PA1AW (O), (C), (L) LX/PB5X via PA1AW (O), (C), (L) LZ14IARU (B) LZ37MP via LZ1KCP (B), (L) M0YMA/p via M0YMA (d/B), (L), (O) MX1SWL/A via G6XOU (B) MX1SWL/p via G6XOU (B) N3P via AC3P NL7V (d/B) NP4RA (L) OJ0W via OH3WS (d/B) OP14B via ON5UB (B) OP14HC (B) OP14V via ON4GDV (d/B) OP147MN via ON2KP (d/B) OT703CCF via ON4CPN (d/B) OQ5M via ON5ZO (L), (e) OX3YY via OZ7YY (d/B), (L) OX5T via OZ0J (d/B) OY1F via M0URX (O) OZ/DL4VM via DL4VM (d/B) OZ0AV via DL8AAV (d/B), (e) P29NI via G3KHZ (d/B) P29VCX via SM6CVX (d/B) PA/DK1AW via DK1AW (d/B) PA/DL2AMT via DL2AMT (d/B) PA/DL3ARK via DL3ARK (d/B) PA/DL4AMK via DL4AMK (d/B) PA/DL5ASE via DL5ASE (d/B) PA44AH via PA0FAW PA70KP via (B), PA1TX (d) PA70OMG via PB0AEZ (d/B) PA175RR via PI4KST PA950SLD via PA3FOE (d/B), (L), (e) PA1914WAR via PA5V (d/B) PD538RNI via PD0ARI (d/B) PJ4DX via M0URX (O) PJ5/OK1FCJ via OK6DJ (d/B), (L), (C) PJ5/OK1FPS via OK6DJ (d/B), (L), (C) PJ5/OK6DJ via OK6DJ (d/B), (L), (C) PJ5/OL8R via OK6DJ (d/B), (L), (C) PJ7PL via WA1ZAM (d) PZ5AA via JA1HGY (d/B), (C), (L) PY0FF via W9VA (d), (C), (L) R14CWC (e) R44QKO via RU3KO (d/B) S79LCA via HB9LCA (d/B) SM7DAY/p via SM7DAY (d/B), (O) SN0MPW via SP5PEP (d/B) SN0RX via SP8RX (B) SN0S via SP5IOU (d/B) SN1D via SP1RKT (B) SN4PW via SP4KSY (d/B) SN37SONDA (B) SN50MKS via SP1PMY (d/B) SN100LP via SP3PGR (B) SN100PKK via SP9KDU (B) SN700M via SP3ZAT (d/B) SN777BL via SP4EOO (B), (L) SN1944PW via SP5ZIP (B) SO37SONDA (B) SP/ES2TT via ES2TT (d/B) SV5/PA1FJ/p via PA1FJ (d/B) SW8WW via HA0HW (d/B), (O) SX7AMF via SZ7SER (d) T32AZ via KH6QJ (d/B) TA7AOF via TA1HZ (B), (L), (e) TJ3SN via IZ1BZV (d), (L) TK/F1UJS via F1UJS (B), (L) TK/F5MUX via F5MUX (B), (e) TM32O via F6KFI (d/B) TM36CDXC via F5CWU (d/B), (L) TM89IARU via F6KMF TM100BS via F5KOU (B), (L), (e) TR8CA via F6CBC UE60TDP via UA9SIV UN160G via UN0GL UO160G via UN0GL UP160G via UN0GL V31MA via M0OXO (O) V85DX (d) VC3P via VE3JO VK7AC (d/B) VK9AN via N7QT (d/B), (L) VK9NT via VK2CA (d/B), (O), (L) W6G via KD7RCJ W6H via KY5Q (d) W6J via KC9VF W6P via KG0KP (d) W6T via KW7I (d) WL7SJ (d) WP4JCF (d/B), (L), (e) XQ1UIC via EA7FTR (d) XT2CML via LZ1CML (d/B) XU7TZG via ON7PP (d) XV2G QRZ.COM XV4Y via OK1DOT (d) YB9/HA3JB via HA3JB (d), (O) YJ0GA via ZL3GA (B), (L) YJ0UO via G4BUO (d), (L), (e) YL/OK1MU via OK1MU YL100PW via YL2PP (B), (L), (e) YP0F via YO9FNP (d) YW5D via DM4TI (d/B), (O) ZD7FT (d) ZD8RH via G4DBW (d/B) ZD9XF via G3TXF (d/B), (O) ZD9ZS via ZS1S (d) ZL4TE (d/B) ZM90DX via M0OXO (O) ZW8T via PS8HF ZX2B via PY2MNL (L), (e) ZY1SG via PY1AA (B), (L), (e) ZS9Z via ZS1OIN (d), (L) (d) direct (B) bureau OK (L) LoTW (O) OQRS (C) ClubLog (e) eQSL (*) new manager * QSLs received direct: LT7F (EA5KB), VP2ETE (W3HNK). * QSLs received via bureau: 3B8/UU5WW, 3B8MM, 4Z4DX, 4Z5OP, 5W1SA, 9A1GEO, A71GO, A71QND, FH/DL7BC (TO7BC), FR/F5AHO, JW/DL2JRM, KL7KY, OR4TN (Antarctica), P3EU, PJ2T, PJ4C, T70A, TC90TC, TM5FDC, TX6G (Austral Isl.), V4/DF8AN, VP2MWG, YE0M (OC177), VK100WIQ. 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Friday, 12th September 2014

ARLP037PropagationdeK7RA

SB PROP @ ARL ARLP037 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP37 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 37 ARLP037 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA September 12, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP037 ARLP037 Propagation de K7RA We saw a nice increase in the level of solar activity this week, and the outlook for the near term looks good, or at least, interesting. Average daily sunspot numbers for the period September 4-10 increased from 85.1 to 152.1, and average daily solar flux rose from 126.7 to 155.8. Geomagnetic indicators were quiet, with average planetary A index declining from 14.7 to 7.9, and average mid-latitude A index dropped from 13.4 to 8.3. These latest numbers are compared to the previous seven days, August 28 through September 3. Http://www.Spacenews.com reports a couple of CME blasts are headed toward Earth, and they were launched September 9 and 10 from sunspot 2158. The sunspot was in a most favorable position for launching ejections in our direction. It was right in the center of the visible solar disc from Earth's perspective. Don't worry, this is not some doomsday event, although it is strong. At 0520 UTC on September 11 (which was 10:20 PM September 10 on the West Coast) the Australian Space Forecast Centre issued a geomagnetic warning. They predict increased geomagnetic activity on September 11-13 due to coronal mass ejections. Their forecast calls for unsettled conditions with possible minor storm periods on September 11, active to major storm levels September 12, and active geomagnetic conditions September 13. From NOAA/USAF the predicted planetary A index is 40, 60, 25 and 12 on September 12-15, 5 on September 16-24, then 18 on September 25, 15 on September 26-27, 12 on September 28-29, 10 on September 30 and 5 on October 1-4. Predicted solar flux is 152 on September 12, 150 on September 13-14, 148 on September 15-16, 146 on September 17, 145 on September 18-20, then 150, 145 and 135 on September 21-23, 130 on September 24-25, 125 on September 26-27, 130 on September 28-29, 145 on September 29-30, then 150, 145 and 140 on October 1-3, 135, 140 and 145 on October 4-6 and 150 on October 7-11. Expect aurora in northern latitudes (in the Northern Hemisphere) and rough HF conditions on Friday, September 12. The predicted planetary A index of 40 on Friday and 60 on Saturday indicates a moderate to strong geomagnetic storm. You can watch the fun at http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/latest/DGD.txt which is updated every three hours. When you see the K index above 3, this indicates active geomagnetic conditions. Each single point higher represents a large increase in activity. The A index represents an average of each 3-hour K index over 24 hours. It is not meaningful to average the K index directly because it is non-linear, so the number is converted back into a value which has a direct linear relationship to the magnetometer readings upon which the K index is based, then it is averaged. So if over the course of a day all eight K index values were 4, the A index is 27. If all readings were 5, then the A index is 48 and a K index of 6 is equivalent to an A index of 80. You can see the scale at the bottom of the page on http://www.solarham.net/a.htm . This also shows an example of the averaging used to produce a daily A index. Because the A index predicted for Saturday is 60, we know that the K index should be between 5 and 6 all day. Looking at the chart of the Space Weather Scale for Geomagnetic Storms at http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/NOAAscales/ shows this correlating to a Minor to Moderate geomagnetic storm. Of course the K index could briefly go much higher, perhaps to 7 and still result in an A index somewhere around 60, so during that brief period when the planetary K index is 7 the storm level would be Strong. Let's look at the prediction of geomagnetic activity from OK1MGW in the Czech Republic. He predicts the geomagnetic field will be active to disturbed September 12-15, quiet to unsettled October 16-17, mostly quiet September 18-19, quiet September 20-21, quiet to active September 22, active to disturbed September 23-24, quiet to unsettled September 25-26, quiet to active September 27-28, quiet to unsettled September 29 to October 1, quiet to active October 2-3, and mostly quiet October 4-8. He expects an enhanced solar wind on September 12-15, 22-23 and 26-29. On September 10 Jon Jones, N0JK wrote, "An impressive sporadic-E opening appeared September 7, which later formed Es links to TEP on to South America September 8, UTC. "There was an early morning (1230z) double hop Es opening from Puerto Rico to the southern states as far west as New Mexico on the September 7. Later in the afternoon single hop Es ran from the Midwest to the southeast states, then a strong double hop Es opening from Puerto Rico to the Midwest states. NP4A was over S-9 for over an hour to Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska around 2215z. Later Es - TEP from IA, MN, IL, and W4 to CE, CX, LU and PY. "It will be interesting to see what develops from the two CMEs en route to Earth." Over the next few days expect diminished HF propagation due to high geomagnetic activity, but this may produce interesting propagation on 6 meters. After a few days the effects should wear off. Now we are just 11 days away from the Autumnal Equinox, which is a time of improving HF propagation. The equinox occurs at 0229 UTC on Tuesday, September 23. With the recent flare activity, the popular press has taken note. This article appeared locally here in Seattle, and mentions the possibility of aurora: http://mynorthwest.com/11/2606078/Northern-Lights-could-dazzle-Seattle-sky-this-weekend . The professor quoted in the article is WB7NWP. Note his suggestion to check this online tool, which I am not sure I've seen before: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/wingkp/24_hour.html . If you would like to make a comment or have a tip for our readers, email the author at, k7ra@arrl.net. For more information concerning radio propagation, see the ARRL Technical Information Service web page at http://arrl.org/propagation-of-rf-signals. For an explanation of the numbers used in this bulletin, see http://arrl.org/the-sun-the-earth-the-ionosphere. An archive of past propagation bulletins is at http://arrl.org/w1aw-bulletins-archive-propagation. More good information and tutorials on propagation are at http://k9la.us/. Monthly propagation charts between four USA regions and twelve overseas locations are at http://arrl.org/propagation. Instructions for starting or ending email distribution of ARRL bulletins are at http://arrl.org/bulletins. Sunspot numbers for September 4 through 10 were 136, 124, 170, 154, 158, 162, and 161, with a mean of 152.1. 10.7 cm flux was 146, 143.9, 157.3, 160.2, 163.9, 159, and 160, with a mean of 155.8. Estimated planetary A indices were 7, 8, 9, 8, 6, 8, and 9, with a mean of 7.9. Estimated mid-latitude A indices were 7, 10, 7, 10, 7, 8, and 9, with a mean of 8.3. NNNN /EX

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD037 DX news ZCZC AE37 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 37 ARLD037 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT September 11, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD037 ARLD037 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by KI1U, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all. ROTUMA ISLAND, 3D2. Antoine, 3D2AG is QRV as 3D2AG/p until September 26 while working here on a climate change project. He is active in his spare time on 40 to 6 meters using mostly CW. QSL direct to home call. BOTSWANA, A2. Operators K5LBU and N6TQ are QRV as A25CF and A25TQ, respectively, from the Lotsane Safari Lodge in the Tuli Preserve until September 18. Activity is on 160 to 6 meters. QSL to home calls. FRENCH POLYNESIA, FO. Heinz, DF1YP will be QRV as FO/DF1YP from Moorea, IOTA OC-046, from September 13 to October 9. Activity will be mostly on 20 meters using SSB for 2 to 3 hours a day. QSL to home call. MARIANA ISLANDS, KH0. Nobuaki, JA0JHQ is QRV as AH0CO from Saipan Island, IOTA OC-086, until September 16. Activity is on 80 to 10 meters. This includes an entry in the WAE SSB X contest. QSL to home call. NETHERLANDS, PA. Special event station PA950SLD is QRV until the end of September to celebrate the 950th anniversary of the town of Sliedrecht. Activity is on the HF bands using CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK and JT65. QSL via PA3FOE. FERNANDO DE NORONHA, PY0F. Andre, PP6ZZ and Leo, PP1CZ will be QRV as PY0FF and PY0F/PP1CZ, respectively, from September 18 to 25. Activity will be on 80 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and various digital modes. QSL PY0FF via W9VA and PY0F/PP1CZ direct to home call. SEYCHELLES, S7. Christian, HB9LCA is QRV as S79LCA until September 27. Activity is on 40 to 6 meters using mostly CW. QSL direct to home call. GREECE, SV. Laci, HA0HW and Gabi, HA1YA will be QRV as SW8WW and SV8/HA1YA, respectively, from September 16 to 24. Activity will be mostly on 6 and 2 meters with some HF. QSL via operators' instructions. CANADA, VE. Mike, KI1U is QRV as KI1U/VE9 from Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, IOTA NA-014, until September 14. Activity is mostly on the HF bands with a focus on CW and digital modes. This includes being an entry in the upcoming ARRL September VHF QSO Party from grid square FN64. QSL to home call. NORFOLK ISLAND, VK9n. Chris, VK3QB, Luke, VK3HJ, Lee, VK3GK and Brenton, VK3CBV are QRV as VK9NT until September 21. Activity is on 160 to 10 meters using CW and SSB. QSL via VK2CA. BURKINA FASO, XT. Ivaylo, LZ1CLM is QRV as XT2CML from Bobo-Dioulasso until September 30. Activity is on the HF bands using CW and SSB. QSL to home call. INDONESIA, YB. Budi, YF1AR is QRV as YF1AR/p from Java Island, IOTA OC-021, for the next several weekends. He is active on 80 meters during his nighttime hours and 40 meters during his daytime hours. QSL via N2OO. CHATHAM ISLANDS, ZL7. Operators Kaz, JH1HRJ, Tack, JE1SCJ, Tatsu, JH1TXG and Kazu, JA0VSH are QRV as ZL7X until September 16. Activity is on 160 to 6 meters using CW, SSB and various digital modes. QSL via JA0VSH. SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS. W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/1 in New Hampshire, W1AW/0 in Colorado and W1AW/5 in Texas are QRV until 2359z on September 16. In addition, W1AW/1 in Connecticut and W1AW/4 in North Carolina will be QRV starting at 0000z on September 17. They will be active until 2359z on September 23. THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The ARRL September VHF Contest, North American SSB Sprint, QRP CW Fox Hunt, NCCC RTTY Sprint Ladder, NCCC Sprint, FOC CW QSO Party, Worked All Europe SSB DX contest, Kulikovo Polye CW Contest, SARL VHF/UHF Analogue/Digital Contest, SKCC Weekend CW Sprintathon, Arkansas QSO Party and the WAB 144 MHz QRO Phone are all on tap for this upcoming weekend. The CWops Mini-CWT CW Test is scheduled for September 17. Please see September QST, page 81, and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details. NNNN /EX

Thursday, 11th September 2014

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DXNL 1901 - September 10, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dxnl@dxhf.darc.de) translation by: Oliver Bock, DJ9AO 3D2, Rotuma Island: Antoine, 3D2AG, now plans to get on the air from Rotuma (OC-060, WW Loc. RH87, 3D2FF-002) aufbetween the 12th and 26th while working there in a climate change project. QRV as 3D2AG/p during his spare time on 40-6m, mostly in CW. QSL only direct via 3D2AG. DL, Germany: Marienberg in Saxony hosts the 12th German Mining Convention on September 13/14. Local amateurs from DARC club Olbernhau (S49) will be active on both days with the call DK0ERZ (special DOK 12DBT). QSL via bureau and direct.http://www.marienberg.de/home/ DR20RAFG draws attention to Royal Air Force Gatow ceding control of Gatow Airport in 1994. QSL via DK0GSK (B). EA, Spain: EG5VCE operates in the context of the bicycle race Vuelta until September 14. QSL via EA7HBC (B). F, France: Several clubs (F6KOP - F8KGD - F8KGO - F6KBK - F6KBM) in the Department Seine et Marne (DDFM 77) will present their hobby to the public during weekends until October 19 with the special call TM77AR. QSL via F5NTZ (B). http://ed77.ref-union.org/dipl%C3%B4mes%20a.r.s.m.html TM6CL commemorates the liberation of Mont en Bresse 70 years ago. QRV until September 20 on HF. A specially designed QSL card will be available. TM70LY commemorates the liberation of Lyon. QRV until Sept. 15, operated by members of the Radio-Club Lyon (F8KLY). QSL via F8KLY. FO, French Polynesia: Heinz, DF1YP, spends a vaction on Moorea (OC-046, DIFO FO-010, WLOTA 0465, WW Loc. BH52cm) between September 13 and October 9. He plans to get on the air for 2-3 hours a day mostly on 14250 in SSB. QSL via DF1YP (d/B). If possible logs will be updated daily on his website. http://df1yp.darc.de/ G, England: GB1BBF operates in the context of the Black Country Boating Festival on Sept 13 & 14. QSL via MX0PPC. GB70TF commemorates the operation Market Garden until November 30. QSL via G4LRG (B), eQSL. Special event station GB0SJB gets on the air for the Churches on the Air (CHOTA) event on Sept. 13 from St. John's Burlington Methodist Church in Bridlington (WW Lo. IO94vc, WAB TA-16). QRV on 80, 40, 20, 6 and 2m between 10z and 16z. QSL via bureau. GB0SBC gets on the air from Scarfskerry Baptist Church, the northernmost church on the Scottish mainland. Operators are Rona/MM3YMU, Denny/GM1BAN, Jim/GM4EFR and Doug/ GM6JRX. QSL via bureau, MM3YMU (d), eQSL. The Cray Valley Radio Society participates in CHOTA with the call GB2HTL from Holy Trinity (Lamorbey). QSL via G4DFI (B). For a list of CHOTA calls see: http://www.wacral.org/CHOTA.htm HB0, Liechtenstein: Kasimir, DL2SBY, returns to Liechtenstein from the 13th to the 20th, operating as HB0/DL2SBY on 80-10m in CW, SSB, and RTTY, running an FT900 and an amplifier. Logcheck via ClubLog, QSL via DL2SBY (d/B). LX, Luxembourg: Ronald/PA3EWP, Alex/PA1AW, Jo/PA9JO and Roberto/PB5X, all of the Low Land Dxpedition Team, will be active as LX/homecalls from Wiltz between the 10th and 17th. QRV with 4 stations on 80-10m in all modes. QSL via PA1AW (OQRS via ClubLog), LoTW. http://www.lldxt.nl/ PA, Netherlands: The town Sliedrecht celebrates its 950th anniversary. Local amateurs will be active until the month's end with the call PA950SLD on HF in CW, SSB, PSK, RTTY, and JT65. QSL via PA3FOE (d/B), LoTW, EQSL. PA, Netherlands: PA70OMG commemorates operation Market Garden from the 12th to the 21st. QSL via PB0AEZ (d/B). http://www.pa2p.nl/pa70omg/ RA, European Russia: Sochi hosts the Russian Formula 1 Grand Prix on October 10 to 12. The following special event calls will be active from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 on all bands and modes representing the F1 teams: UE16IR Infiniti Red Bull Racing UE16MP Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 UE16SF Scuderia Ferrari UE16LT Lotus F1 Team UE16MM McLaren Mercedes UE16SA Sahara Force India F1 Team UE16ST Sauber F1 Team UE16SR Scuderia Toro Rosso UE16WR Williams Martini Racing UE16MT Marussia F1 Team UE16CT Caterham F1 Team There is also a Ham Formula One award available. http://f1award.ru/en/ http://f1award.ru/rulesen.pdf SP, Poland: The following special event stations call attention to the Polish TV show SONDA, a popular science programme first broadcast 37 years ago: 3Z37SONDA, SN37SONDA, SO37SONDA, HF37SONDA, SN0S und HF0S. QRV until the end of the month. QSL 3Z37SONDA via SQ1GPR (d/B), SN37SONDA via bureau, SO37SONDA via bureau, HF37SONDA via SP9HTY (d/B), SN0S via SP5IOU (d/B). http://sp5kvw.com/doc/sonda.doc HF70OMG commemorates operation Market Garden until Sept. 30. QSL via SP9KGC. SN50MKS celebrates the golden jubilee of the sports club Szkuner in Mysliborz until the end of the month. QSL via SP1PMY (d/B). SV, Greece: Recently archaeologists discovered a large royal tomb near Serres in Macedonia. SX7AMF calls attention to the find until Sept. 30 on HF in CW, SSB, PSK, and RTTY. QSL direct via SZ7SER. http://sx7amf.blogspot.gr/ W, USA: Look for W1AW/0 from Colorado, W1AW/1 from New Hampshire, and W1AW/5 from Texas on the air between the 10th and 16th. http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party https://centennial-qp.arrl.org/w1aw-portable-qsos.php VK9N, Norfolk Island: Chris/VK3QB, Luke/VK3HJ, Lee/VK3GK and Brenton/VK3CBV will be active as VK9NT from Norfolk Island (OC-005, WLOTA 1469, VKFF-392, WW Loc. RG30xx) between the 12th and 21st. QRV on 160-10m in CW and SSB. QSL via OQRS, LoTW or via VK2CA (d/B). http://vk9nt.odxg.org/vk9nt2014/ XT, Burkina Faso: Ivaylo, LZ1CLM, operates from Bobo-Dioulasso until Sept. 30 on HF in CW and SSB signing XT2CML (running 100W). QSL via LZ1CLM (d/B). ZD9, Tristan da Cunha and Gough Islands: In addition to last week's news: Paul, ZD9ZS/ZS1S, will be accompanied by Nigel, G3TXF, who will operate as ZD9XF in CW. QSL ZD9XF via G3TXF (d/B), OQRS preferred. http://www.g3txf.com/ ZL7, Chatham Island: Operators Kaz (JH1HRJ/ZL3JP), Tack (9M2/JE1SCJ), Tatsu (JH1TXG) and Kazu (JA0VSH) will be active as ZL7X from Chatham Island (OC-038, WLOTA 1627, ZLFF-017, WW Loc. AE16rb) between the 11th and 16th. Preparations have been supported by ZL2TAR/Doug and ZL2AMJ/Fred of NZART. For infos regarding QRGs see qrz.com. QSL via JA0VSH (d/B), LoTW, eQSL. DXCC: The following expeditions have been approved for DXCC credit: A52JR, 4W/HB9FLX, 4W/N1YC and 4W/PE7T. HST 2014: Bar in Montenegro hosts the 8th IARU Region 1 High Speed Telegraphy (HST) Championship from the 12th to the 16th. http://www.hst2014.org/organizers.php European Heritage Day on September 14: The DARC clubs N21, N20, N29, O22 and N18 will set up DL0RCE at the historic boat lift in Henrichenburg. QRV with the special DOK BLOTA (Boat Lifts on the Air), mainly on 40m in CW and PSK31. QSL via bureau. DL0MSR will operate from the boat lift Magdeburg-Rothensee with the special DOK WSKM. QSL via bureau. Members of the Mid-Cheshire Amateur Radio Society operate GB0ABL from the boat lift in Anderton. QSL via bureau. http://www.boatliftsontheair.com/ Preview ======= C5, The Gambia: Steve/G3VMW, Alan/G3XAQ, Mark/M0DXR, and Iain/M0PCB plan a dxpedition as C5X from January 15 to 26 in 2015, including participation in the CQ WW 160m Contest. QSL via M0OXO (OQRS). Abbreviations in this DXNL: BLOTA Boat Lifts on the Air CHOTA Churches on the Air CIsA Canadian Islands Awards DDFM Diplome des Departements Francais de la Metropole COTA Castles on the Air DDFP Diploma de Divulgacao das Freguesias Portuguesas DFP Diploma Farois Portugueses DMHP Diploma Monumentos Historicos Portuguese GIOTA Greek Islands On The Air LoTW Logbook of the World MIA Mediterranean Sea Island Award OQRS Online QSL Request System WCA World Castles Award WLOTA World Lighthouse On The Air Award Upcoming Contests ================== 13./14.09. WAE DX SSB Contest 13.09. NA Sprint SSB IOTA Compiled by Friedrich, DL4BBH (iota@dxhf.darc.de) ==== CW: 28040 24920 21040 18098 14040 10114 7030 3530 kHz SSB: 28560 28460 24950 21260 18128 14260 7055 3760 kHz AS-041; JA4; Oki Islands: Hiro/JS3CTQ will be active as JA6TBE/4 from Oki between the 12th and 15th. QSL via JS3CTQ (d/B). AS-113; BV; Matsu Islands: Yung/BU2BV, Ted/BV2OO, Su/BX2AI, Wu/BX2AM, and Lee/BX2AN join forces to activate Tung Yin Island (WLOTA 2310) as BO0D from the 13th othe 20th. QRV in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via bureau, OQRS. AS-200; JA5; Shikoku's Coastal Islands: Kenji/JA4GXS activates Shodo Island from Sept. 13 to 15 as JA4GXS/5 on 40-17m in CW and SSB. QSL via h/c (d/B). EU-003; CU1, CU2; Eastern Azores group: Gerald/DL4KG pays a visit to Sao Miguel Island from the 10th to 28th and will get on the air mainly in CW as CT8/DL4kG. QSL via h/c (d/B), LoTW. EU-174; SV; Makedonia/Thraki Region group: Laci/HA0HW returns to Thassos Island (GIOTA NAS-037, MIA MG-124, WLOTA LH-4186, WW Loc. KN20hs) from the 12th to 22nd. QRV as SW8WW on 80-6m, mainly in CW with some SSB and maybe RTTY. QSL via h/c (d/B), OQRS. EU-174; SV; Makedonia/Thraki Region group: Gabi, HA1YA, joins Laci on Thassos and works as SV8/HA1YA, mainly on 6 and 2m, before moving on to Limnos Island (EU-049) on the 24th. QSL direct via HA1YA. NA-014; VE9; New Brunswick Province South group: Michael/KI1U will put Grand Manan Island (CIsA NB003, WLOTA 0082) on the air from the 10th to the 14th as KI1U/VE9 (mainly CW). QSL via h/c (d/B), LoTW. NA-079; W4; Florida State (Dry Tortugas Islands) group: Dennis/W5MZU gets on the air from Dry Tortugas Islands (WWFF KFF-023) as W5MZU/4 between the 11th and the 13th. QRV only on 10m SSB. QSL via h/c (d). OC-086; KH0; Northern Mariana Islands: Nobuaki/JA0JHQ avails himself of the shack in the Himawari Hotel on Saipan (USI NI002S, WLOTA 1333, WW Loc. QK25UF). QRV from Sept. 12 to 15 as AH0CO on HF in CW (mostly), SSB (including the WAEDC SSB Contest (Sept. 13/14) and digital modes. QSL via h/c (d/B). OC-294; VK; Sandy Island: Craig/VK5CE, Cezar/VE3LYC, Johan/PA3EXX, and Bob/KD1CT activate Sandy Islet (NEW-ONE) from the 15th to the 19th as VK6ISL. QRV with two stations on 40-10m in CW and SSB. QSL via VE3LYC (d), OQRS preferred. http://vk6isl.weebly.com Papua New Guinea - IOTA Tour: Derek/G3KHZ and Hans/SM6CVX announce an IOTA Tour between Sept. 11 and 30 according to the following schedule: * OC-008; P2, Bismarck Archipelago: P29VCX Sept. 11 - 14, New Britain Island. * OC-258; P2, Papua New Guinea's Coastal Islands North: P29NI Sept. 15 - 20, Kranket Island. * OC-115; P2, Trobriand Islands: P29VCX Sept. 21 - 25, Kiriwina Island. * OC-240; P2, Papua New Guinea's Coastal Islands East: P29NI Sept. 25 - 30, Loloata Island. QRV mainly in CW, but also daily in SSB and RTTY on 20 and 15m. QSL P29NI via G3KHZ (d/B), P29VCX via SM6CVX (d/B). http://p29ni.weebly.com/ http://p29ni2014.weebly.com/ IOTA - Video: The film production company TX Factor plans a video about IOTA and is looking for suitable film and picture material by IOTA-DXpeditioners. Interested parties are asked to contact the firm before Sept. 21: info@txfactor.co.uk Lighthouses =========== Gibalta Lighthouse - ARLHS POR-022 Jose Luis/CT1GZB, Carlos/CT1CSY, and Rafael/CT2JXT activate Gibalta Lighthouse (WCA CT-01091, DMHP LX-115, ARLHS POR-022, DFP FES-009, DDFP OER-011) on the 14th with the call CR6LH. QRV on 40, 20, and 2m in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via CT1GZB (d/B). http://cq7c.no.sapo.pt/split.html WCA Burg Wiedersberg - DL-03017 Karl/DL1JKK activates this Saxonian castle (COTA-DL SAX-231) on the 11th (beginning 06z) as DL1JKK/p on 20 and 40m. It is his 14th castle activation in 2014. QSL via DL1JKK (d/B), eQSL. Calendar ======== start - end DX DXNL 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 2Axxx 1868 05.09.14 - 12.09.14 3A/YO2MSB 1900 12.09.14 - 26.09.14 3D2AG/p 1901* - 14 3W3B 1815 08.09.14 - 14.09.14 3Z0TECH 1900 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 3Z37SONDA 1901* 19.06.14 - 31.10.14 3Z5KK.. 1890 09.09.14 - 18.09.14 4O/YT7WA 1900 09.09.14 - 18.09.14 4O/YU7MW 1900 07.14 - 07.15 4U20B 1895 - 08.17 5R8SV 1897 - 14 5Z4/LA4GHA 1827 - 31.12.13 5Z4EE 1807 - 14 6O0LA 1810/1827 - 31.12.13 7P8CC 1807/1820 - 31.12.14 7S400K 1866 - 31.12.14 8J1AOBA 1870 18.07.14 - 02.15 8J1ATUGI 1883 04.14 - 03.15 8J1FC 1878 06.14 - 12.14 8J1INUBO 1886 04.14 - 03.15 8J1TGN 1878 20.04.14 - 31.01.15 8J1ZC 1880 06.14 - 11.14 8J2GAMA 1886 - 03.15 8J2VE 1884 - 31.03.15 8J3ZUKA 1866 31.07.13 - 08.15 8J4J 1848 07.05.14 - 03.15 8J4HKR 1885 07.14 - 11.14 8J6GNB 1890 07.14 - 03.15 8J7INORI 1892 11.08.14 - 31.12.14 8J7KOR 1896 01.09.14 - 03.11.14 8J7KBN 1899 - 31.12.14 8J7T 1865 01.04.14 - 31.10.14 8J8JRCV 1881 01.09.14 - 28.09.14 8J8RALLY 1899 04.14 - 03.15 8J9ONO 1878 07.14 - 11.14 8J9WSH 1892 08.14 - 10.14 8N1AQ 1895 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1NRT 1878 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1S60A 1878 15.01.14 - 30.09.14 8N3HKC 1870 08.08.14 - 16.11.14 8N4ARDF 1896 01.07.14 - 31.10.14 8N5CLEAN 1890 29.03.14 - 31.12.14 9A90Z 1880 - 11.14 9G5AC 1843 - 11.10.14 9X0VA 1900 - 10.13 9V1RM 1751 04.09.14 - 11.09.14 A52IVU 1900 04.09.14 - 10.09.14 A52LSS 1900 - 31.12.14 A91YA 1874 21.11.13 - 20.11.14 AF1G/C6A 1865/69 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AM0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AN0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AO0#xyz 1889 30.08.14 - 14.09.14 AO8BWC 1899 - 31.12.14 AY1DZ 1872 13.09.14 - 20.09.14 BO0D 1901* 15.01.14 - 26.01.15 C5X 1901* resident C6ATH 1888 - 03.15 CE9OJZ.. 1886 26.08.14 - 25.09.14 CG3C 1898 14.09.14 CR6LH 1901* 10.09.14 - 28.09.14 CT8/DL4KG 1901* - 31.12.14 CW30A.. 1866 16.01.14 - 12.14 D2SG 1867 05.09.14 - 10.10.14 D44KS 1900 15.02.14 - 01.15 D8A 1871 - 12.14 DA0EIM 1815 - 31.12.14 DB50FIRAC 1865 - 31.12.14 DF0DC 1865 - 31.12.14 DJ60DXMB.. 1865/68/77 13.09.14 - 14.09.14 DK0ERZ 1901* 06.14 - 12.14 DK0HORREM 1888 - 31.12.14 DK40BOSCH 1868 - 31.12.14 DK40ECH 1868 14.09.14 DL0CRE 1901* - 31.12.14 DL0HRS 1865 05.14 - 09.14 DL0MSR 1884/1901* 11.09.14 DL1JKK/p 1901* - 31.12.14 DL60JMZ 1865 - 04.15 DM100CTK 1884 - 31.12.14 DM200TSV 1868 01.05.14 - 30.04.15 DM20KIDS 1884 31.05.14 - 31.12.14 DM50GRH 1888 12.13 - 11.14 DM50PCK 1860 - 31.12.14 DP90RKS.. 1865 - 02.15 DP0GVN 1864 - 12.14 DQ25GRENZE 1865 06.14 - 05.15 DQ60WAE 1887 - 31.12.14 DQ8T 1873 - 31.12.14 DQ0HARZ 1873 - 31.12.14 DR20RAFG 1901* 01.07.14 - 30.06.15 DR125HLK 1893 - 31.12.14 DR175LDE 1866 unknown DR800BI 1873 12.02.14 - 31.12.14 DS4DRE/4 1872 resident E41MT 1887 resident E41WT 1887 resident E51AND.. 1888/1892 08.07.14 - 31.12.14 E7100GP 1893 - 31.12.14 E72NATO 1892 03.14 - 12.14 E750EBL 1875 resident EA8MT 1899 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG1CEL 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG1DEP 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG1RSO 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG2EIB 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG3BAR 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG4ATB 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG4ATM 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG4ESP 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG4GET 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG5CVF 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG5ELX 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG5GRA 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG5LEV 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG5RMA 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG5VAL 1900 23.08.14 - 14.09.14 EG5VCE 1901* 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG6RAY 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG7MAL 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG7SFC 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG7UDA 1900 09.09.14 - 29.09.14 EG8COR 1900 - 31.12.14 EI14LCC 1866 - 31.12.14 EI30T 1866 - 31.12.14 EI1100WD 1897 - 31.12.14 EM50JA.. 1867 - 31.12.14 EM50LWY 1899 - 31.12.14 EO90WF.. 1866 - 31.12.14 EO90WF 1866 11.09.14 - 08.10.14 FO/DF1YP 1901* - 10.15 FW5JJ 1852 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 GAxxx 1868 14.09.14 GB0ABL 1901* 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 GB0CZ 1899 13.09.14 GB0SBC 1901* 13.09.14 GB0SJB 1901* 13.09.14 - 14.09.14 GB1BBF 1901* 13.09.14 GB2HTL 1901* 01.09.14 - 30.11.14 GB70BTF 1901* - 09.14 GX4BJC/A 1899 13.09.14 - 20.09.14 HB0/DL2SBY 1901* - 31.12.14 HB14SAF 1873 - 31.12.14 HB40VC 1868 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 HF0S 1901* 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 HF37SONDA 1901* 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 HF70OMG 1901* - 12.14 HF685DM 1893 29.04.14 - 31.12.14 HF80PLOCK 1883 20.08.14 - 15.09.14 HF2014VB 1899 08.14 - 09.14 HG25PANEU 1897 05.04.14 - 31.12.14 HG100ATOM 1880 - 31.12.14 HG140JLO 1879 - 12.14 HH2/PY3SB 1892 - 17 HL2/F4AAR 1837 01.10.13 - 30.09.14 HP1A 1866 - 12.14 HS50RAST 1893 resident HZ1HZ 1886 - 11.14 IA/IZ3SUS 1888 06.09.14 - 21.09.14 II0IABJ 1900 06.09.14 - 21.09.14 II0IAET 1900 06.09.14 - 21.09.14 II0IAML 1900 06.09.14 - 21.09.14 II0IGZF 1900 06.09.14 - 21.09.14 II1IAST 1900 06.09.14 - 21.09.14 II5IHLP 1900 - 05.15 II8IDXC.. 1856/1861 06.09.14 - 21.09.14 II9IAGM 1900 06.09.14 - 21.09.14 II9IAIQ 1900 01.03.14 - 30.12.14 IY1GMS 1881 13.09.14 - 15.09.14 JA4GXS/5 1901* 12.09.14 - 15.09.14 JA6TBE/4 1901* - 15.09.14 JG8NQJ/JD1 1888 - 09.14 JW/RD1AL 1899 12.09.14 - 15.09.14 AH0CO 1901* unknown KH9/KJ6GHN 1885 10.09.14 - 14.09.14 KI1U/VE9 1901* 08.09.14 - 19.09.14 LA/DH0JAE 1900 08.09.14 - 19.09.14 LA/DM3ZF 1900 - 31.12.14 LIxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LJxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LM1814 1865 - 31.12.14 LM2T75Y 1870 - 03.15 LU1ZD 1888 10.09.14 - 17.09.14 LX/PA1AW 1901* 10.09.14 - 17.09.14 LX/PA3EWP 1901* 10.09.14 - 17.09.14 LX/PA9JO 1901* 10.09.14 - 17.09.14 LX/PB5X 1901* - 31.12.14 LY10NATO 1875 - 09.14 LZ37MP 1899 - 31.12.14 LZ60KSP 1875 - 09.14 MX1SWL/A 1899 - 09.14 MX1SWL/p 1899 27.06.14 - 26.10.14 N5T 1890/94 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 OF60A 1888 16.10.13 - 14.10.14 OH8R 1869 - 31.12.13 OM44LTE 1872 10.08.14 - 10.09.14 OP14S 1896 22.08.14 - 20.09.14 OP147MN 1898 - 15 OX5M 1843 - 15 OX5T 1843 30.08.14 - 20.09.14 OZ/DL4VM 1899 31.08.14 - 12.09.14 OZ/OK1FYL 1899 21.08.14 - 12.09.14 OZ/OK1OM 1899 11.09.14 - 30.09.14 P29NI 1901* - 14 P29NO 1814 11.09.14 - 30.09.14 P29VCX 1901* - 31.12.14 PA35WO 1867 01.09.14 - 28.09.14 PA44AH 1899 - 09.14 PA70AIRBORNE 1899 01.09.14 - 29.09.14 PA70KP 1899 12.09.14 - 21.09.14 PA70OMG 1901* 01.09.14 - 28.09.14 PA950SLD 1901* 30.08.14 - 13.09.14 PD5MVH/p 1899 28.08.14 - 19.09.14 PD538RNI 1899 03.14 - 02.15 PG200KMAR 1875 - 31.12.14 PH65PH 1869 - 31.12.14 PI30DIG 1880 28.07.14 - 22.10.14 R14CWC.. 1894 15.06.14 - 15.09.14 R14GGR.. 1890 - 31.12.14 R80xx.. 1870 - 26.11.14 RI59ANT 1874 01.12.13 - 01.02.15 RI1ANT 1860/1862 unknown S01WS 1885 - 31.12.14 S567O 1868 - 31.12.14 SC15DXR 1868 - 31.12.14 SC2014ECC.. 1866 01.08.14 - 03.10.14 SN0MPW 1896 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 SN0S 1901* 01.08.14 - 02.10.14 SN4PW 1900 unknown SN30RVG.. 1880 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 SN37SONDA 1901* 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 SN50MKS 1901* 10.03.14 - 10.12.14 SN100LP 1882/95 - 30.11.14 SN150SZ 1879 15.08.14 - 30.09.14 SN700M 1899 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 SO37SONDA 1901* 04.09.14 - 16.09.14 SV2/DK7TX 1900 04.09.14 - 16.09.14 SV8/DK7TX 1900 16.09.14 - 22.09.14 SV8/HA1YA 1901* 04.09.14 - 10.09.14 SV8/PA3FBT/p 1900 12.09.14 - 22.09.14 SW8WW 1901* 04.09.14 - 30.09.14 SX7AMF 1901* - 15.09.14 T6DD 1877 - 15.09.14 TA2LJ/0 1895 - 31.12.14 TC10SWAT 1871 - .17 TJ3SN 1896 - 07.15 TJ3TS 1877 05.14 - 10.14 TK4QL 1882 03.14 - 12.14 TM02REF.. 1877 06.09.14 - 20.09.14 TM6CL 1901* 06.09.14 - 20.09.14 TM36CDXC 1900 01.09.14 - 15.09.14 TM70LY 1901* 04.06.14 - 20.09.14 TM100BS 1892 - 31.12.14 TM400M 1865 27.05.14 - 18.10.14 TM68VA 1885 06.09.14 - 19.10.14 TM77AR 1901* 28.06.14 - 12.11.14 TM80GW 1890 29.03.14 - 21.09.14 TM850CS 1877 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16CT 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16HQ 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16IR 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16LT 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16MM 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16MP 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16MT 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16SA 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16SF 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16SR 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16ST 1901* 15.09.14 - 15.10.14 UE16WR 1901* 05.08.14 - 15.09.14 VC3A 1895 01.09.14 - 28.10.14 VC3P 1899 12.09.14 - 21.09.14 VK9NT 1901* 25.08.14 - 15.09.14 VQ9XR 1898 - 12.15 VR2UU 1898 10.09.14 - 16.09.14 W1AW/0 1901* 10.09.14 - 16.09.14 W1AW/1 1901* 10.09.14 - 16.09.14 W1AW/5 1901* 11.09.14 - 13.09.14 W5MZU/4 1901* - 31.12.14 W100AW 1865 28.06.14 - 28.12.14 WW1USA 1895 01.09.14 - 30.09.14 XT2CML 1901* - 23.11.14 XV2G 1897 01.07.14 - XW6OU 1890 07.09.14 - 13.09.14 YB4IR/8 1900 07.09.14 - 13.09.14 YB8RW/8 1900 03.14 - 11.14 YL2014C.. 1873/74 22.08.14 - 30.09.14 YP0F 1898 - 31.12.14 YP1989TM 1866 - 31.12.14 YP25xx 1866 - 12.14 YS1/NP3J 1875 - 31.12.14 YT0PUPIN 1866 01.03.14 - 31.12.14 YU100CER.. 1875 - 31.12.14 YW80RCV 1871 - 10.14 ZD9G 1857 - 10.14 ZD9M 1873 09.09.14 - 03.10.14 ZD9XF 1901* 09.09.14 - 03.10.14 ZD9ZS 1900 - 03.16 ZF2DX 1878 - 19.01.15 ZF35xxx 1873 11.09.14 - 16.09.14 ZL7X 1901* - 10.14 ZM90DX 1851/1871 * = new or updated .. = and other calls QSL information =============== 2M0EME via 2E0EME (d) 3D2AG/p via 3D2AG (d) 3W3B via E21EIC, (L) 3Z9DX (B), eQSL 3Z50AYP via SP7DQR 3A/YO2MSB via YO2MSB (d/B), (e) 3W3B via E21EIC, (L) 3Z0TECH via 3Z6AEF (d/B) 3Z37SONDA via SQ1GPR (d/B) 4W/PE7T via PE7T (d/B), (L) 5H9AC via IN3ECI (d), (e) 5Q7Y via DL8AW (d/B), (O) 5R8SV via G3SWH, (L) 5Q2J via OZ0J (B), (L) 8J7KOR (B) 8J8RALLY (B) 8N1AQ (B) 8N4ARDF (B) 9V1PW via JH4PHW (B), 9V1PW (d), (O), (L) 9X0VA via K7TRB A52IVU via JA3IVU (d/B) A52LSS via JH3LSS (d/B), (L) AH0CO via JA0JHQ (d/B) AM01AJV via EA1AJV (B) AM01CBX via EA1CBX (B) AM01TI via EA1TI AM03AJP via EA3AJP (d/B) AM03NO via EA3NO (B), (L), (e) AM04EQ via EA4EQ (d/B), (L) AM04FLY via EA4FLY (B) AM04FTV via EA4FTV (B) AM05ASM via EA5ASM (B), (L) AM05BB via EA5BB (B), (L) AM05DNO via EA5DNO, (e) AM05IDQ via EA5IDQ (B), (C) AM05IIK via EA5IIK (B), (L) AM05HJY via EA7HBC (B) AM05HT via EA5HT (B) AM05HPX via EA5HPX (B) AM05RKE via LX1CX (B), EA5RKE (d) AM05TT via EA5TT (B), (e) AM06DB via EA6DB (d/B), (L), (e) AM06QY via EA6QY (B) AM07AYF via EA7AYF (B) AM07ISH via EA7ISH (d) AM07JOY via EA7JOY (d/B) AM07KZ via EA7KZ (L), (e) AM07RCV via EA7NL (B), (L), (e) AM07SS via EA7SS (d/B/L) AM07ZY via EA7ZY (B), (L) AO05AHA via EC5AHA (d) AO05JC via EC5JC (B) AO8BWC via EA8URL (d/B) BD4UN via BD4UN (d), (L) BD9XE via BD4HF (B), (L) BG3UPA (B) BI4SSB via BA4TB (B), (O) (L), (e) BO0D via (B), (O) BY1WJ via BA1AK (B), (L) CG3C via VE3RHE (d/B), (L) CP1XRM via EA5RM CR6LH via CT1GZB (d/B) CT8/DL4KG via DL4KG (d/B), (L) D44KS via EB7DX (d) DF0WCA via DL5AWI (d/B) DL0VE/p via DF1BT (B) DL1JKK/p via DL1JKK (d/B), (e) DM200TSV via DL4WK (B, auto.) DP0GVN via DL5EBE (d/B) DQ0HARZ via DF7AA (d/B) DQ60WAE via DF1QR (d/B) DR20RAFG via DK0GSK (B) DR50RRDXA via DJ6QT (B) DS0IC (d/B) E23PKO (d/B) EG1SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EG1SMA via EA1RKA (d/B) EG2SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EG3SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EG4ATB via EA4TX EG4ATM via EA5DY EG4ESP via EA4TD EG4GET (d/B), (L) EG4SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EG5CVF via EA5WP (d/B) EG5ELX via EA5BY EG5GRA via EA5FID EG5LEV via EA5URL EG5RMA via EA5FL EG5SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EG5VAL via EA5DM EG5VCE via EA7HBC (B) EG6RAY via EA6QY EG6SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EG7SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EG7SFC via EC7AKW (d/B) EG7UDA via EB7KA EG8SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EG9SDC via EA1AUM (B), (L), (e) EI1100WD via EI2HZB (d/B) FK8CE via NI5DX (d) FO/DF1YP via DF1YP (d/B) GB0SBC via MM3YMU (d), (B), (e) GB0SJB (B) GB1BBF via MX0PPC GB2HTL via G4DFI (B) GB2LGR via G4NRZ (B), (e) GB2WWT (B), (e) GB70BTF via G4LRG (B), (e) GI5I via GI4TOH (d/B) GM3X via GM3POI, (L) GX4BJC/A via G6XOU (B) GX4HRC via G3SVK, (e) HB0/DL2SBY via DL2SBY (d/B) HB40VC via HB9DKZ (d/B) HB0WR (d/B), (L), (e) HF37SONDA via SP9HTY (d/B) HF70OMG via SP9KGC (B) HF2014VB via SP5PPK (d/B), (C) HG5FIRAC via HA5BSW (L), (e) HG25PANEU (B) HP3AK via W4JS, (L) HS7BHK (d/B) IC8/DF1XC via DF1XC (B), (L), (e) II0IABJ (B) II0IAET via IZ0EUX (d/B), (L), (e) II0IAML via IS0IGV (d/B) II0IGZF via IZ0FVD II1IAST via IK1RKN II5IHLP via I5NQK II9IAGM via IT9YEM (d) II9IAIQ via IT9CFP JA4GXS/5 via JA4GXS (d/B) JA6TBE/4 via JS3CTQ (d/B) JU80R via JT1CD (d), (L), (e) JW/RD1AL via RD1AL KI1U/VE9 via KI1U (d/B), (L) LA/DH0JAE via DH0JAE (d/B) LA/DM3ZF via DM3ZF (d/B) LI1B via LA1B (d/B), (L) LI2IZ via LA2IZ (L), (e) LI5TFA via LA5TFA LI8OK via LA9K (d/B) LX/PA1AW via PA1AW (O), (C), (L) LX/PA3EWP via PA1AW (O), (C), (L) LX/PA9JO via PA1AW (O), (C), (L) LX/PB5X via PA1AW (O), (C), (L) LZ37MP via LZ1KCP (B), (L) MI0TLG (d), (e) MX1SWL/A via G6XOU (B) MX1SWL/p via G6XOU (B) N2GC (d), (L) N4N via KA4WJR (d) N9BX/4 via N9BX (d), LoTW NH0/N8TEY via JE1UFF NI6BB via W6HB (d/B) NP4DX via W3HNK (d) OD5ARMY via OD5NJ (B) OL7G via OK1DCS (B) OH5/DG2SBL via DG2SBL (d/B) OM70SNP via OM7AW (d/B) OP14B via ON5UB (B) OP14HC (B) OP14S via ON3SKG (B) OP147MN via ON2KP (d/B) OQ5M via ON5ZO (L), (e) OT4A via ON4AEK (L), (e) OX3YY via OZ7YY (d/B), (L) OX5T via OZ0J (d/B) OZ/DL1BWU via DL1BWU (B), (e) OZ/DL4VM via DL4VM (d/B) OZ/OK1FYL via OK1FYL (d/B) OZ/OK1OM via OK1OM (d/B) P29NI via G3KHZ (d/B) P29VCX via SM6CVX (d/B) P39P via 5B4ES (B) PA44AH via PA0FAW PA70KP via (B), PA1TX (d) PA70OMG via PB0AEZ (d/B) PA950SLD via PA3FOE (d/B), (L), (e) PA1914WAR via PA5V (d/B) PD2OOR (B), (e) PD5MVH/p via PD5MVH (d/B) PD538RNI via PD0ARI (d/B) R14CWC (e) R44QKO via RU3KO (d/B) SN0MPW via SP5PEP (d/B) SN0RX via SP8RX (B) SN0S via SP5IOU (d/B) SN4PW via SP4KSY (d/B) SN7L via SP7PGK (B) SN37SONDA (B) SN50MKS via SP1PMY (d/B) SN100LP via SP3PGR (B) SN100PKK via SP9KDU (B) SN700M via SP3ZAT (d/B) SN777BL via SP4EOO (B), (L) SN1944PW via SP5ZIP (B) SO37SONDA (B) SV2/DK7TX via DK7TX (d/B) SV8/DK7TX via DK7TX (d/B) SV8/HA1YA via HA1YA (d) SV8/PA3FBT/p via PA3FBT (d/B), (L), (e) SW8WW via HA0HW (d/B), (O) SX7AMF via SZ7SER (d) SZ8XIO via SV8FCU (d), (e) T6EU via AK4JK T6YA via F5OGL TJ3SN via IZ1BZV (d), (L) TK/F1UJS via F1UJS (B), (L) TM3RCA via NK2F (O) TM9A (B) TM27NN via F5KTU (B), (e) TM36CDXC via F5CWU (d/B), (L) TM59FDL via F5KDB (B), (L), (e) TM70LY via F8KLY TM77AR via F5NTZ (B) TM100BS via F5KOU (B), (L), (e) UP17ARDF (B), (e) VC3P via VE3JO VK3VTH/7 via VK3VTH (d/B), (L), (e) VK9NT via VK2CA (d/B), (O), (L) VQ9XR via N7XR (d) W5MZU/4 via W5MZU (d) XQ1UIC via EA7FTR (d) XT2CML via LZ1CML (d/B) XV2G QRZ.COM YB4IR/8 OQRS, (L) YB8RW/8 via YB9BU (d) YJ0GA via ZL3GA (B), (L) YJ0UO via G4BUO (d), (L), (e) YL/OK1MU via OK1MU YP0F via YO9FNP (d) YW5D via DM4TI (d/B), (O) YY2ACA (d/B) ZD9XF via G3TXF (d/B), (O) ZD9ZS via ZS1S (d) ZL7X via JA0VSH (d/B), (L), (e) (d) direct (B) bureau OK (L) LoTW (O) OQRS (C) 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Saturday, 6th September 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP036 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP36 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 36 ARLP036 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA September 5, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP036 ARLP036 Propagation de K7RA Sunspot activity continued to weaken over the past seven days (August 28 through September 3). Average daily sunspot numbers declined from 113.4 to 85.1, and average daily solar flux went from 130.5 to 126.7. Geomagnetic activity was up recently, with average planetary A index increasing from 7.4 to 14.7, nearly double the values from the August 21 to 27 period week earlier. The latest predicted solar flux values are 150 on September 5, 155 on September 6 and 7, 150 on September 8, 145 on September 9 to 11, 130 on September 12, 115 on September 13, 110 on September 14 and 15, 120 on September 16, 130 on September 17 to 19, 135 on September 20 and 21, then 130, 125 and 120 on September 22 to 24, and 115 on September 25 and 26. Predicted planetary A index is 8, 10, 20, and 15 on September 4 to 7, 8 on September 8 and 9, 5 on September 10 to 12, 8 on September 13, and 5 on September 14 to 24. One encouraging sign is the GOES-15 X-Ray Background flux has risen over the past few days. It was C1.2 on September 2 and C1.0 on September 3 and 4, and it hasn't had a C reading in quite some time. This is actually more significant than solar flux regarding effect on the ionosphere. You can see the background flux daily at http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/latest/DSD.txt . Checking the quarterly record, you can see that X-Ray background flux has not been this high since early July: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/indices/quar_DSD.txt OK1MGW expects geomagnetic conditions will be quiet to active September 5 and 6, quiet to unsettled September 7 and 8, mostly quiet September 9, quiet on September 10 to 12, quiet to unsettled September 13, active to disturbed September 14 and 15, mostly quiet September 16 and 17, quiet September 18 to 21, quiet to active September 22, active to disturbed September 23 and 24, quiet to unsettled September 25 and 26, quiet to active September 27 and 28, and quiet to unsettled September 29 and 30. OK1MGW expects an increased solar wind on September 5 to 8, 14 and 15, 22 and 23 and 26 to 29. An interesting article from the phys.org science news portal about sunspots is at http://phys.org/news/2014-09-clues-solar.html . Carl Zelich, AA4MI of Chuluota, Florida reports very poor conditions. A week ago he reported that for the previous week he worked Y4/AI5P, 9A6W, EU3DN, S51DX, OK1IF, LY5O, 9K2HN, HK1N, and HA2NEP. He heard 3D2AC, and commented: "very sparse." August has passed, so we can now look at our 3-month moving average of daily sunspot numbers. Average daily sunspot numbers for the three months ending August 31 was 109.2, the lowest since fall 2013. This last period was centered on July. For each of the three month periods in 2014 centered on January through July, the averages were 138.5, 146.4, 148.2, 129.6, 118.4, 112.8, and 109.2. For more information concerning radio propagation, see the ARRL Technical Information Service at http://arrl.org/propagation-of-rf-signals. For an explanation of the numbers used in this bulletin, see http://arrl.org/the-sun-the-earth-the-ionosphere. An archive of past propagation bulletins is at http://arrl.org/w1aw-bulletins-archive-propagation. More good information and tutorials on propagation are at http://k9la.us/. Monthly propagation charts between four USA regions and twelve overseas locations are at http://arrl.org/propagation. Instructions for starting or ending email distribution of ARRL bulletins are at http://arrl.org/bulletins. Sunspot numbers for August 28 through September 3 were 78, 73, 64, 90, 94, 105 and 92, with a mean of 85.1. 10.7 cm flux was 118.6, 120.1, 123.1, 124.8, 126.6, 136, and 138, with a mean of 126.7. Estimated planetary A indices were 21, 21, 15, 15, 11, 10, and 10, with a mean of 14.7. Estimated mid-latitude A indices were 17, 20, 11, 13, 12, 10, and 11, with a mean of 13.4. NNNN /EX

Friday, 5th September 2014

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD036 DX news ZCZC AE36 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 36 ARLD036 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT September 4, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD036 ARLD036 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by KI1U, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all. MONTENEGRO, 4O. Chab, YT7WA and Boris, YU7MW will be QRV as 4O/home calls from Kotor from September 9 to 18. Activity will be on the HF bands using mainly PSK. QSL to home calls. RWANDA, 9X. Gordon, K7TRB is QRV as 9X0VA until October 11. QSL to home call. BHUTAN, A5. Kunio, JH3LSS is QRV as A52LSS from the Dochula Resort until September 8 and then from Paro until September 10. QSL to home call. Jusei, JA3IVU is QRV as A52IVU until September 11. Activity is on the HF bands using SSB, RTTY and PSK31. QSL to home call. Also, Ryo, JH7EQW is QRV as A52EQW from the Dochula Resort until September 7. QSL to home call. CABLE ISLAND, CY0. Gary, VE1RGB, Randy, N0TG and Murray, WA4DAN will be QRV as CY0C on September 8. Activity will be mainly on 30, 20 and 17 meters using CW and SSB. QSL via VE1RGB. CAPE VERDE, D4. Francisco, EA7FTR is QRV as D44KS until October 10 while on business here. Activity is in his free time on 40 to 6 meters using SSB and RTTY. QSL via EB7DX. CANARY ISLANDS, EA8. Special event station AO8BWC is QRV from Las Palmas until September 14 during the FIBA Basketball World Cup. QSL via operators' instructions. ENGLAND, G. Nobby, G0VJG, Dave, EI9FBB, Richard, G7GLW and Charles, M0OXO will be QRV as M0UKI/p from Farne Islands, IOTA EU-109, during the IARU Region 1 Fieldday contest. Weather permitting, they will also try to operate from lighthouse ARLHS ENG-070 on Longstone Island. QSL via M0OXO. MONGOLIA, JT. A group of operators are QRV using special event call sign JU80R from Ulaanbaatar until September 30 to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Mongolian National Broadcasting. Activity is on the HF bands using CW, SSB and digital modes. QSL direct via JT1CD. DENMARK, OZ. Members of the Mors Island Radio Club will be QRV as OZ7MOR from Feggeklit, IOTA EU-171, on September 6 and 7, during the EDR Fieldday contest. Activity will be on 80 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and digital modes. QSL via bureau. GREECE, SV. Oliver, DK7TX is QRV as SV2/DK7TX from Chalkidiki until September 16. He also plans to operate as SV8/DK7TX from Drenia and maybe also Diaporos Island, both IOTA EU-174. QSL to home call. DODECANESE, SV5. George, GM0IIO is QRV as SV5/GM0IIO from Kos Island until September 8. Activity is on 20 and 17 meters using CW and SSB. QSL to home call. SAN MARINO, T7. Boris, 9A2GA and Neven, 9A5YY are QRV as T7/home calls until September 7. Activity will be during their daytimes on Satellites AO-7, FO-29 and SO-50, using CW, SSB and FM from grid square JN63fw. QSL to home calls. CANADA, VE. Mike, KI1U will be QRV as KI1U/VE9 from Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, IOTA NA-014, from September 10 to 14. Activity will be mostly on the HF bands with a focus on CW and digital modes. This includes being an entry in the upcoming ARRL September VHF QSO Party from grid square FN64. QSL to home call. INDONESIA, YB. Imam, YB4IR and Din, YB8RW will be QRV as YB4IR/8 and YB8RW/p, respectively, from Obi Island, IOTA OC-222, from September 7 to 13. Activity will be on the HF bands using CW and SSB. QSL via operators' instructions. TRISTAN da CUNHA AND GOUGH ISLANDS, ZD9. Paul, ZS1S will be QRV as ZD9ZS from Tristan da Cunha, IOTA AF-029, from September 9 to October 3. QSL to home call. SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS. W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/7 in Oregon and W1AW/4 in Tennessee are QRV until 2359z on September 9. In addition, W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/0 in Colorado and W1AW/5 in Texas will be QRV starting at 0000z on September 10. They will be active until 2359z on September 16. THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The IARU Region 1 SSB Field Day, All Asian DX Phone Contest, North American CW Sprint, QRP CW Fox Hunt, NCCC RTTY Sprint Ladder, G3ZQS Memorial Straight Key CW Contest, CWOps CW Open, Russian World Wide RTTY Contest, Wake-Up. QRP CW Sprint, AGCW Straight Key CW Party, RSGB SSB Field Day, Ohio State Parks on the Air, PODXS 070 Club Jay Hudak Memorial 80-Meter Sprint, DARC 10-Meter Digital Contest and the Tennessee QSO Party will certainly keep contesters busy this upcoming weekend. The RSGB 80-Meter Club SSB Sprint and CWops Mini-CWT Test are scheduled for September 10. Please see September QST, page 81, and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details. NNNN /EX

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP035 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP35 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 35 ARLP035 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 29, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP035 ARLP035 Propagation de K7RA Average daily sunspot numbers this week moved from 101.7 to 113.4, while average daily solar flux changed from... [continue]

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD035 DX news ZCZC AE35 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 35 ARLD035 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT August 28, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD035 ARLD035 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST ... [continue]

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP034 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP34 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 34 ARLP034 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 22, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP034 ARLP034 Propagation de K7RA Solar indices and outlook are stronger this week. Average daily sunspot numbers rose 19.7 points to 114.6, whi... [continue]

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD034 DX news ZCZC AE34 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 34 ARLD034 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT August 21, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD034 ARLD034 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST ... [continue]

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP033 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP33 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 33 ARLP033 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 15, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP033 ARLP033 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity showed further signs of weakness this week, with the average daily sunspot number dropping 41.8... [continue]

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP032 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP32 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 32 ARLP032 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 8, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP032 ARLP032 Propagation de K7RA We saw rising solar activity over the past week, with average daily sunspot number increasing from 107.7 to 136... [continue]

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP031 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP31 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 31 ARLP031 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 1, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP031 ARLP031 Propagation de K7RA Spaceweather.com reports that a CME is coming toward us from the sun since July 30 when a magnetic filament eru... [continue]

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD031 DX news ZCZC AE31 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 31 ARLD031 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT July 31, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD031 ARLD031 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Cor... [continue]

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP029 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP29 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 29 ARLP029 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA July 18, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP029 ARLP029 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity is suddenly weakening, and yesterday, Thursday, July 17 the daily sunspot number was zero. We had... [continue]

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP028 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP28 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 28 ARLP028 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA July 11, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP028 ARLP028 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity strengthened recently, with average daily sunspot numbers for the seven days ending June 25 at 72... [continue]

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP027 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP27 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 27 ARLP027 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA July 3, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP027 ARLP027 Propagation de K7RA This bulletin is a day early, as Friday is the day the United States celebrates its independence from the British... [continue]

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP026 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP26 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 26 ARLP026 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA June 27, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP026 ARLP026 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity continues to weaken, with average daily sunspot numbers dropping nearly 69 points to 72.3, and av... [continue]

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