CallsignDate of eventBandsDXCCIOTACQ Updated
LP1A Dec 8-11, 2022H/V/U  LO-LW - Argentina SA-055 - Buenos Aires(Delta D Parana)13 Dec 4, 2022
 
Update December 4, 2022: According to 425 DX news he could use the call LP1A/E
Hernan, LU1COP, will be QRV from Martin Garcia islad (SA-055) on December 8-11, 2022. QRV on 2/6/10/15/17/20/40/60/80 in FT4 - FT8 Normal Mode and 10/15/17/20/40/60/80 in SSB. Also UHF-VHF FM QSL via LOTW and EA7FTR ... [Read more]
 
 
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5UA99WS Dec 1-20, 2022HF  5U - Niger35 Dec 4, 2022
 
Update December 4, 2022: He is QRV until December 20 on 80-10m in SSB
Giorgio, IU5HWS will be QRV on HF bands as 5UA99WS from Niger, until December 23, 2022. QSL via EA5GL and LoTW. ... [Read more]
 
 
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XW4KV Dec 2-23, 2022H/S  XW - Laos26 Dec 3, 2022
 
Vincent, F4BKV, is QRV from Laos as XW4KV until December 23, 2022. Main activity on the QO-100 satellite, with some HF activitiy on 40-20-15 and 10m during December 13-18. ... [Read more]
 
 
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3B8/F6HMQ Dec 2-14, 2022HF  3B8 - Mauritius AF-049 - Mauritius Island39 Dec 3, 2022
 
Gildas, F6HMQ, and Michel, F6GWV, are QRV on SSB & FT8 from Mauritius as 3B8/F6HMQ and 3B8/F6GWV until December 14, 2022. QSL via F6HMQ. ... [Read more]
 
 
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EA9/YL7A Dec 8-12, 2022HF  EA9-EH9 - Ceuta & Melilla33 Dec 3, 2022
 
DX-World informs that Yuris, YL2GM, will be active on HF bands from Ceuta on December 8-12, 2022. QSL via YL2GM ... [Read more]
 
 
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ZB2/YL7A Dec 6-8, 2022VHF  ZB2 - Gibraltar14 Dec 3, 2022
 
DX-World informs that Yuris, YL2GM, will be active from Gibraltar on 6m FT8 as ZB2/YL7A on December 6-8, 2022. QSL via YL2GM.   ... [Read more]
 
 
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3Y0J Jan 26-Feb 16, 2023HF  3Y - Bouvet AN-002 - Bouvet Island38 JD15Dec 3, 2022
 
Update December 3, 2022: By Ken LA7GIA  What is going on right now? Clearing the punch list of 30+ items to be fixed by the team before departure. The team is focused on finalizing these items. Marama punch list cleared and approved last week. Marama is currently going to Antarctica on a divers cruise and she is in perfect condition! We’re finalizing the plans for going onshore. Each team member havee been allocated tasks to prepare for while going onshore. We have split the team in various working groups. Part of team focus on vessel unloading and... [Read more]
 
 
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6W1/WA3DX Dec 22, 2022 - Jan 20, 2023HF  6V-6W - Senegal35 Dec 3, 2022
 
DXNEWS informs that Earl, WA3DX, will be QRV again, mainly on 40-10m FT8, from Senegal from December 22, 2022 to January 20, 2023 as 6W1/WA3DX, 6W7/WA3DX and 6W6/WA3DX. He will be active from different locations: Dakar - 6W1/WA3DX. Mbao - 6W7/WA3DX. Kaolack and Saloum Islands - 6W6/WA3DX. QSL direct via WA3DX, LOTW. ... [Read more]
 
 
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9M2MRS Jan 1-Mar 29, 2023HF  9M2, 4 - West Malaysia AS-015 - Pinang State group28 Dec 2, 2022
 
Rich, PA0RRS will be active again as 9M2MRS from Penang Island (AS-015), West Malaysia from 1 January until 29 March.  He will operate CW (most of the time "no split")  and digital modes  (RTTY, FT8 and FT4) on 40-10m.  On FT8, he says, if there are too many callers  he will switch to F/H on 7056,  10131,  14084,  18095,  21084,  24911,  28091 kHz.   QSL via  Club Log's  OQRS  (preferred),  LoTW,  or  via PA0RRS. ... [Read more]
 
 
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C5YK Dec 1, 2022 - Feb 24, 2023HF  C5 - The Gambia35 Dec 2, 2022
 
Andre, ON7YK, is active again as C5YK from Bijilo, Gambia, until February 24, 2023. He operates on 20 - 10m in Digital modes, CW and SSB. QSL direct via ON7YK, LOTW and eQSL. ... [Read more]
 
 
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T33T PostponedHF  T33 - Banaba I. (Ocean I.) OC-018 - Banaba (Ocean) Island31 Dec 2, 2022
 
Update December 2, 2022: LoTW uploaded to those who applied for confirmation via Clublog. That is the only way to get LoTW.
Update December 1, 2022: We finally came back to Tarawa (T30) after 40 hour ocean voyage. Waiting for plane to 3D2. We will start uploading LoTW for those who apply for QSL card via Club Log.
Update November 26, 2022: 93.731 Digital qso's from Banaba. (FT8 & FT4) Total of 97.193 QSO'S 158 DXCC's worked from Banaba 3745 ATNO's for guys around the world 5 CW conta... [Read more]
 
 
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TO5M Oct 25-31, 2022HF  FS - Saint Martin NA-105 - St.Martin(Sint Maarten)8 Dec 2, 2022
 
Update December 2, 2022: Video available
FS4WBS, I8ULL, I8QLS, IK8ENH, IC8WIC, KC9FFV, N7QLS and W1NA will be QRV as TO5M from Saint Martin Island on October 25-31, 2022. They will operate on the HF Bands, including an entry in the CQ WW DX SSB. QSL via LOTW only. ... [Read more]
 
 
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VK9WX Oct 1, 2022 - Apr 30, 2023  VK9W - Willis I. OC-007 - Willis Islands30 Dec 1, 2022
 
DX-World publishes the following information from Sands, VU2WXW / VK4WXW: The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has a weather monitoring station on Willis Island. The station was established in 1921, it serves as an early cyclone warning service for the state of Queensland. The meteorological station is staffed by crew of 4 that rotate every 6 months. There are 2 Observers (including myself), 1 Officer In Charge (OIC/Observer) and 1 Technician. I have been on the Island since October 2022 and will be here until the end of April 2023. My operating position on Willis Island is a Y... [Read more]
 
 
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VK9NT Mar 15-28, 2023HF  VK9N - Norfolk I. OC-005 - Norfolk Island32 Dec 1, 2022
 
VK3QB, VK3HJ and VK6CQ will be QRV on 160-10m in CW, SSB and FT8 from Norfolk Island as VK9NT on March 15-28, 2023. QSL via M0OXO OQRS. ... [Read more]
 
 
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K8H Nov 18-Dec 1, 2022HF  KH8 - American Samoa OC-045 - Tutuila Island32 Dec 1, 2022
 
Update November 29, 2022: We have recently passed the 10K QSO mark and will continue to work the deserving for 2 1/2 more days before leaving on Thursday. * 160 Meters has been a struggle here. We understand the high demand, but band conditions are poor. Our pennant receive antenna isn't working. Despite its simple design and our rigorous review it doesn't work. I have tried using an HF vertical as a non resonant receive antenna and it works surprisingly well. We will be listening during SA, and US sunrise times for the next two nights. * Many EU stations ha... [Read more]