|Palau QSL card (2pt.blogspot)|
Palau-T8 (Update). Joe, OZ0J/5Q2T, will be active from Palau Rental Shack on Koror Island (OC-009) http://palau.rental-shack.com/english. Currently, his T8 callsign is pending. Activity will be on all possible bands between 80-6 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes (RTTY or PSK). All QSOs will be uploaded to ClubLog www.clublog.org once a day depending on the Internet connection. He requests to please use the OQRS on Clublog.org. QSL via OZ0J, direct or by the Bureau. For more details and updates, watch his Web page at: http://www.oz0j.dk
North Carolina Mountain State Fair
Operation: 1900-0500 UTC, N4F, Fairview, NC. The Road Show Amateur Radio Club, Inc. 40 20 15 10 Meters; 7.245. Certificate & QSL. The Road Show Amateur Radio Club, Inc, 57 Echo Lake Dr, Fairview, NC 28730. Check web site through out the event for live video feed and current operating frequency. Send SASE for QSL, Large SASE ($0.98 postage) and $5 for QSL and Cert. Info contact Mountain State Fair Special Event Chairman at www.theroadshowarc.com
Treasure Island ExPedition
Operation: 2300-1800 UTC, K5E, Pottsboro, TX. WeatherBunch. CW 28.170 14.130 7.100 3.550; SSB 50.150 28.450 21.250; PSK31 50.290 18.100 14.070; FM 146.550. QSL. James Hunt, 1026 Valentine Dr, Sherman, TX 75090. www.tailgatersnet.com/weather-bunch.html or www.qrz.com/db/k5e
World War 1 Centennial Commemoration
Operation: 1500-2000 UTC, WW1USA, Kansas City, MO. The World War 1 Museum Amateur Radio Club. 14.270 21.280 28.475. Certificate. The World War 1 Museum Amateur Radio Club, 100 W 26th St, Kansas City, MO 64108. ww1usa.org
Route 66 On The Air
Operation: 0000-2359, W6J, Elk City, OK. Route 66 Amateur Radio Association. 14.266 7.266 3.866. QSL. Marvin Gorden, PO Box 2222, Elk City, OK 73648. W6J is one of 18 or more W6 stations operating during same date and time. w6j.org
Route 66 On The Air
Operation: 0000-2359 UTC, W6K, Oklahoma City, OK. Central Oklahoma Radio Amateurs, Inc. 14.266 14.033 7.266 7.033. QSL. D. C. Macdonald Jr, PO Box 15462, Oklahoma City, OK 73155. Recommended Freqs (CW/Digital/Voice): 3533/3580/3866, 7033/7070/7266, 10110/10140/-----. 14033/14070/14266, 18080/18100/18164, 21033/21070/21366, 24900/24920/24966, 28033/28120/28466, 50033/-----/50166 (+/- QRM)
The Netherlands-PA73. (Special Event). On Sunday, September 7th, the 73th annual National UNESCO Heritage Flower Parade of Zundert will be held. This event is visited every year by over 50,000 visitors. Just like every year, the parade will have over 20 floats that will make a round-trip through the center of Zundert. On Monday, September 8th, the floats are exhibited on the exhibition site of Zundert for visitors. The 20 neighborhoods of Zundert and surroundings will participate in this event with their own float. Look for more information on: www.corsozundert.nl/home- EN To celebrate this event, several radio-amateurs of VERON Section 54 will activate the special callsigns PA73CORSO, PA73EBP and PA73LOU. The reason they have chosen the 73 call sign is that it also has a special meaning in the amateur radio world. The station PA73CORSO will be activated between August 12th and September 8th, from Zundert and surroundings. The highlight of this event will be on Sunday, September 7th and Monday, September 8th, when the callsigns will be activated from the exhibition site of Zundert. The station PA73CORSO will be activated on all bands, HF and VHF and on all modes. A special QSL card and a beautiful special award will be issued. For more information on the station, pictures of some floats and details on the "73th BLOEMENCORSO ZUNDERT AWARD" http://www.qrz.com/db/pa73corso
Kansas Preparedness Day
Sep 8, 1500Z-2000Z, WX0KR, Hutchinson, KS. Kansas State RACES Team. 21.240 14.240; 147.12 Talk in. QSL. Elk County KS Amatuer Radio Society, PO Box 70, Elk Falls, KS 67345. The Kansas State RACES team will be operating the special event station in conjunction with Kansas Department of Emergency Management to showcase amateur radio & preparedness during the Kansas State Fair. QSL with SASE. email@example.com
Kansas Preparedness Day
Operation: 1500-2000 UTC, WX0KR, Hutchinson, KS. Kansas State RACES Team. 21.240 14.240; 147.12 Talk in. QSL. Elk County KS Amatuer Radio Society, PO Box 70, Elk Falls, KS 67345. The Kansas State RACES team will be operating the special event station in conjunction with Kansas Department of Emergency Management to showcase amateur radio & preparedness during the Kansas State Fair. QSL with SASE. firstname.lastname@example.org
National POW MIA Recognition Day Special Event Station
Operation: 0000-2359 UTC, K4MIA, Loxahatchee, FL. PBSE Radio Society. 21.300 18.150 14.265 7.185. QSL. Michael Bald, 6758 Hall Blvd, Loxahatchee, FL 33470. Observances of National POW MIA Recognition Day are held across this country on the third Friday in September each year. This year it will be on September 19th. The day was established to honor our prisoners of war and those who are still missing in action. Also, there will be a sister station K4MIA/7 in operation some days. See QRZ for a copy of this years QSL and for additional information. Because of volume of requests you MUST send SASE to get a returned QSL. Please take time to remember our POW's and MIA's as well as their families. www.qrz.com/db/k4mia
Chatham Island-ZL7. A Japanese team of operators calling their operation "BBQ DXpedition for the Chathams" will be active as ZL7X from Awarakaw Farmstay in Waitangi, Chatham Island. Operators
mentioned are Kaz/JH1HRJ/ZL3JP, Tack/9M2/JE1SCJ, Tatsu/JH1TXG and Kazu/ JA0VSH. Activity will be on 160-6 meters using CW, SSB, JT65 and RTTY. Suggested frequencies are: CW - 1826, 3524, 7024, 14024, 18074, 21024, 24904 and 28024 kHz SSB - TBD, 3790, 7124/7174, 14224, 18144, 21240, 24604 and 28424 kHz RTTY - 3528, 7033, 14088, 18102, 21088, 24922 and 28122 kHz JT65 - 7076, 14076, 18102, 21076, 24922 and 28076 kHz 6m - 50104/CW, 50124/SSB and 50098/RTTY QSL preferably via LoTW, direct to JH1TXG or JA0VSH, and by the Bureau (QSL Manager will be announce later). ClubLog and eQSL will be available.
6th Annual National Hollerin' Contest
Operation: 1400-2200 UTC, KK4NC, Spivey's Corner, NC. Sampson County Amateur Radio Services. SSB: 14.264 7.264; CW: 14.030; PSK31: 14.070 . Certificate. Cliff Ireland, 170 Pinecroft Dr, Dunn, NC 28334. KK4NC.email@example.com
USS Midway Commissioning Special Event
Operation: 1600-2300 UTC, NI6IW, San Diego, CA. USS Midway (CV-41) Museum Ship. 14.320 7.250; PSK31 14.070 D-STAR REF001C. QSL. USS Midway (CV-41) Museum Radio Room, 910 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101.
Battle of North Point Bicentennial War of 1812
Operation: 0000-2359 UTC, N3P, Middle River, MD. Aero Amateur Radio Club. 21.250 14.250 7.250 3.850. Certificate. Frank Stone, AC3P, 2228 Southorn Rd, Middle River, MD 21220. Electronic certificate via email to firstname.lastname@example.org; hardcopy certificate with SASE and $2. email@example.com
Bi-Centennial of the writing of the Star Spangled Banner during the battle of Baltimore. Operation: 0000-0200 UTC, W3B, Reisterstown, MD. Baltimore Amateur Radio Club. 21.290 14.190 7.225 3.815. QSL. Baltimore Amateur Radio Club, PO Box 120, Reisterstown, MD 21136. Special QSL Card commerating the Bi-Centennial of the writing og the Star Spangled Banner www.w3ft.com
Lichtenstein-HB0, Kasimir, DL2SBY, will once again be active from Liechtenstein. Activity will be on 80-10 meters including 30/17/12 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. His equipment will be a FT900AT with an ACOM 1010 amp into a triple-leg antenna for 20-10m, HF9V Butternut for 80-10m and an Inverted V for 30m. He will upload the log onto ClubLog. The QSL cards will be printed as soon as possible. QSL via DL2SBY, by the Bureau, direct and as well as through PayPal requests.
Battle of Britain Commemorative Station
Operation: 0900-1800 UTC, KE2EH, Pocono Lake, PA. RAFARS. 14.285 14.055 7.145 7.026. QSL. Michael Goodwin, 136 Ski Tr, Pocono Lake, PA 18347.
200th Anniversary of the Writing of the Star Spangled Banner
Operation: 1900-0100 UTC, N3APS, Orinda, CA. Expatriate Marylanders Radio Club. 14.340 7.280. QSL. N3APS, PO Box 617, Orinda, CA 94563.
September 25 - October 3
Togo-5V, (Update). The Czech DXpedition team will be in Togo. Operators mentioned (w/callsigns) are David/OK6DJ (5V7DB), Pavel/OK1FPS (5V7PS) and Petr/OK1FCJ (5V7ST). Activity will be on 160-10 meters using 2 x K3, 1xKX3 and 2x PA into 2 x Spiderbeam (w/WARC), 1 x vertical (40-10m), 1 vertical (160/80m) and special RX antennas for the low bands. Operations will be on CW, SSB and the Digital modes. They plan to be in the CQWW DX RTTY Contest (September 27-28th). QSL via OK6DJ, direct, by the Bureau, eQSL, LoTW or using the OQRS on ClubLog. For more details and updates,
see their Web pages at: http://www.cdxp.cz/