SOTA NEWS JULY 2017 - Part 2
LX, F, DL, ON tour – Luc ON7DQ
LX/ON7DQ/P ... F/ON7DQ/P ... DL/ON7DQ/P .... ON7DQ/P ...
I'm planning another SOTA tour, on the way to the HamRadio in Friedrichshafen.
I'll split each ride in three days.
On the program : several FL/VO and DM/BW 10 point summits, interesting for my score ... but also for the chasers !
All details will be posted on the alerts page.
I will activate 11-19 july except of course when I'm on the fair or SOTA dinner, where I hope to meet many SOTA friends, should be a fun event. On the 11th I will do 2 LX/LX summits, and on the 19th I will do 3 ON/ON summits.
73 and hope to work many chasers!
Luc - ON7DQ
Triple Three Peaks Challenge – Glyn G4CFS
As part of a year long charity challenge known as the Triple Three Peaks Challenge I am taking on the Welsh Three Peaks.
On the 4 July 2017 I will start at Snowdon (GW/NW-001) then move on to Cadair Idris (GW/NW-009) finishing at Pen y Fan (GW/SW-001). Whilst this is a solo venture, I will not be able to spend a great deal of time at the summits. I will, of course be activating each summit on 2-fm calling on 145.500MHz then moving to first available clear frequency. My estimated timings are on SOTAWatch
I will give advance warning and start notification on SOTAWatch . I am particularly worried about the first one due to its early time so would really appreciate a handful of early birds looking out for me.
I will be carrying an 'Open Tracking' GPS tracker and I will publish the URL for the tracking website on SOTAWatch closer to the start.
Later in the year I will be taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge as well and will promulgate those details later.
The third element of the Triple Three Peaks Charity Challenge is the Alternate Three Peaks Challenge. This runs from 1st January – 31 December 2017 and entails climbing the equivalent height of the three highest mountains in the world – Everest, K2 and Kangchenjunga – a total of 26,045 metres or 85,450 feet. So far I am at 13,410 metres or 44,000 feet of climb this year.
Further details of the Triple Three Peaks Charity Challenge can be found at https://triplethreepeaks.wordpress.com/
All of this is in aid of Parkinson's UK a charity very close to my heart and one which needs a lot of support. My aim is to raise £2500 this year.
For further details about the fundraising and to support the cause go to:
or text GLYN64 £5 to 70070
Supported by: Ordnance Survey, Merrell UK, Open Tracking, Primal, Kit Shack & Buff
73, Glyn G4CFS
SOTA NEW ZEALAND REPORT from Warren ZL2AJ
SOTA Activity Report for May / June 2017
List Summits activated
The winter months are typically a little quieter for SOTA. This period there are only 13 activations as the cold and wet generally puts off most people from venturing outdoors. Some of the notable activations this month include Wynne activating Mt Elliot in VK2, Wynne activating the summit of Kapiti Island Tuteremoana, John and Jackie jointly reactivating Puketutu, an easily accessible summit just south of Auckland and Gisborne region being activated for the first time with 3 summits activated.
Some may have heard my SOTA backpack was stolen in April along with 2 FT60’s and a KX3. If you are offered any equipment where the origin looks suspicious, please let me know. There are not many KX3’s in the country. I would be very keen to get it back along with the other equipment. This made the activation of Cape Kidnappers ZL1/HB-153 a little tricky, and it was qualified on VHF only. Access to this summit was difficult to arrange so I did not want to pass this opportunity up.
I have purchased a small APRS transponder for my new SOTA pack, an AVRT5. This self contained tracker transmits 1 W and I am hoping this will be visible when I am out activating in the future. Look for APRS ZL2AJ-7.
Gisborne was a new region to activate and I had scheduled a day of activations before my 2 days of teaching in Gisborne. With the help of Mike ZL2CC Te Kapua was put on the air first. This summit is on private land however Mike knows the land owners and was able to get us permission to activate it. This is the fourth “153” summit I have now completed – an odd statistic. This summit is also the home of 950, the Gisborne UHF repeater. I then headed back to Mike’s where I was treated to morning tea with his wife Adriana. Following this I headed North, to Tokamaru Bay, then turned inland to activate Pirauau ZL1/GI-077. A long and windy road to Arakihi South ZL1/GI-089 a roadside summit where it was dark by the time I had finished. The road was so windy I gave myself motion sickness by the time I got back to the motel. A long but enjoyable day of activations in Gisborne.
Plenty of activity on the chaser side of things with 383 chaser contacts logged, many by John ZL1BYZ who is becoming well known around the world by activators who are always keen to have a ZL in their log.
Chasing SOTA is easy and can be done from the comforts of home. Keep in touch with activators and find out when they will be out and about, or check the alerts and spots on www.sotawatch.org. Activators remember to post your intentions on www.sotawatch.org alerts page so that you have a greater chance of a successful activation.
That’s all for this report – I hope to work you on the air. ZL2AJ.
Total Summits Activated for Period – 13
Total number of ZL summits – 5184
Total number of ZL summits activated – 117
Total ZL Chaser contacts logged for period 383
73, Warren ZL2AJ
SOTA ON TOP BAND - Mark G0VOF
Hello everyone & welcome to this month’s edition of SOTA on Top Band.
Two activators logged QSO’s on 160m, during June.
On 4th June John G4YSS (GX0OOO/P) activated G/LD-023 Knott & included Top Band after a good run on 80m. John managed two QSO, one using CW & one using SSB. This would have been three if your reporter hadn’t gone for a nap & slept a little longer than intended!
John then went on to have good runs on 20m, 40m & 2m FM.
A superb activation report can be found here:
Next up according to the database was Walter KB3SBC who made one QSO on 160m using SSB at the end of a long multi-band activation of W8V/PH-002 Bald Knob on 11th June. This summit lies within a radio-free zone but Walter & a few friends were granted permission to operate QRP during their stay.
Thanks & well done John & Walter.
At the time of writing, those were the only Top band activations during June that I am aware of, if I have missed any others please let me know.
On 4 June, john GX0OOO/P Activated G/LD-023 Knott & made 2 QSO's (1 CW / 1 SSB)
On 11 June, Walter KB3SBC Activated W8V/PH-002 Bald Knob & made 1 QSO's (0 CW / 1 SSB)
As always, If you do have any suggestions on things that you think should be included, or if you wish to contribute tips, ideas or anything else that you think may help others on the band please email them to me at email@example.com
Until next month,
CW REPORT FOR JUNE 2017 - Roy G4SSH
Conditions were very variable during the month with generally poor HF propagation resulting in 40m being almost dead of EU stations, to other days when the band was full of strong G stations. Highlights of the month were cross border expeditions from:-
Simon EA6/G4TJC on Majorca
Bernd OK/DL2DXA in Czechia
Christos SV2OXS/p, active from Greece
Victor CT7/G4ONL/p in the Algarve
Jan OK/OM2JU/p in Czechia
Dan F/HB9IIO/p in France
Kurt F/HB9AFI/p in France
Harry DF7FX/p and Sigrid DL2FAZ/p continue activating various summits in Germany during the month.
HB9/OK2PDT/p in Switzerland
Feri SP/HA8LLH/p in Poland
Joe, UT/DF8KY/p in Ukraine
Sergiy operating SO9TA/p from Poland
E70AA/p in Bosnia, mainly at weekends
Konrad OK/SQ6GIT/p in Czechia
Jürg DL/HB9BIN/p in Germany
Konrad OK/SQ6GIT/p in Czechia
Chris EA6/ON6ZQ/p on Majorca.
Markus OE/DK2CX/p in Austria
Joe SP/DF8KY in Poland
Frank, I1/DJ2FR/p from Italy
Robin 9H4RH was active from his regular summit on Gozo island
Einar was active as TF3EK/p from South Iceland
Barry CT9/G4TOE/p was calling from Madeira
Hans F/DL6UHA/p was in France
Thomas FR/F4HPX on Reunion Island (?) spotted.
Peter, as EA5/HB9CMI, from Spain
Ondrej OE/OM4DW/p in Austria
Konrad OK/SQ6GI/p in Czechia
Joe, SP/DF8KY/p in Poland
Christos was active as SV2OXS from Greece
Jurij S57X was heard using the call S50AAA/p, from Slovenia
Kurt F/HB9AFI/p in France
Heinz OK/OE5EEP/p, in Czechia
Markus DL/HB9BRJ/P in Germany
Hans DL/HB9BQU/p in Germany
Sake, as LX/PA0SKP/p in Luxembourg
Wolf 9A/DL4MHA/p in Croatia
Markus DL/HB9BRJ/p from Germany
Stephan OE/DM1LE/p in Austria
Angel EA/M0HDF/p, calling from Spain and struggling with high QRN.
Frank PA/ON6UU/p in The Netherlands
Feri YO/HA8LLH/p & Karcsi YO/HA8BJ/p, together in Romania.
Chris, DL/ON6ZQ/p using his trademark "1 UP" mode of operating
Konrad LA/SQ6GIT/p in Norway
(Submitted on the 25th - was on holiday for the last 5 days of the month)
SOTA ACTIVITY REPORT FOR JUNE 2017 by Kevin G0NUP
Mode: CW on 1.8MHz: activity for June
Mode: CW on 3.5MHz: activity for June
DL4CF/P, F5LKW/P, GX0OOO/P, K7VK, NA6MG, OK1MLP/P, VK2IO/P
Mode: CW on 5MHz: activity for June
DF2DR/P, DJ9MH/P, DK1AX/P, DL/HB9BRJ/P, DL/HB9FVF/P, DL6FBK/P, GM0EVV/P,
HB9AFI/P, HB9AGO/P, HB9BHW/P, HB9BIN/P, HB9BQU/P, HB9BRJ/P, HB9CGA/P,
HB9CZF/P, HB9DCO, HB9DGV/P, HB9DQM/P, HB9DST/P, HB9FVF/P, HB9TVK/P,
K6HPX/P, K9PM/P, KR7RK, M1EYP/P, N1FJ, N2GBR, N7CW,
N7LP, NA6MG, NK8Q, NS7P, OE/DF3MC/P, WF4I
Mode: CW on 7MHz: activity for June
7K1CPT/1, 9A/DL4MHA/P, 9A4MX/P, 9A6CW/P, AA0BV, AC0PR, AC1Z,
AD5A, AE9Q, AI6SL, CT7AGT/P, DD7II/P, DF2DR/P, DF3MC/P,
DF7FX/P, DF9GU, DF9GU/P, DG5E/P, DJ9MH/P, DK1AX/P, DK2JK/P,
DK3IT/P, DK7MG/P, DL/HB9BHW/P, DL/HB9BIN/P, DL/HB9BQB/P, DL/HB9BQU/P, DL/HB9BRJ/P,
DL/HB9ELD/P, DL/HB9FVF/P, DL/OE9TKH/P, DL/OK2PDT/P, DL/ON6ZQ/P, DL1TSC/P, DL2DVE/P,
DL2FAZ/P, DL2ZBO/P, DL3JPN/P, DL4CF/P, DL4KCA/P, DL6FBK/P, DL6WT/P,
EA/M0HDF/P, EA2BSB/P, EA2IF, EA2IF/P, EA2LU/P, EA5/HB9CMI/P, EA5FV/P,
EA6/G4TJC/P, EA6AIF, EA7/HB9AFH/P, EG2UNA, EI/DL4MFM, F/DL2XL/P, F/DL6UHA/P,
F/HB9AFI/P, F/HB9IIO/P, F/PA0SKP/P, F5LKW/P, F5UKL/P, F6FTB/P, F6HBI/P,
FM5QW/P, G3RDQ/P, G4AZS/P, G4OOE/P, G4ZAO/P, GM0AXY/P, GM0EVV/P,
GM0GAV/P, GM4COX/P, GW3RDQ/P, GW4AFI/P, GX0OOO/P, HA2VR/P, HA4FY/P,
HA5AZC/P, HA6QR/P, HB0/HB9DST/P, HB9/OK2PDT/P, HB9AFI/P, HB9AGO/P, HB9AXL/P,
HB9BAB/P, HB9BCB/P, HB9BHU, HB9BHW/P, HB9BIN/P, HB9BQB/P, HB9BQU/P,
HB9CBR/P, HB9CGA/P, HB9CKV/P, HB9CLT/P, HB9CPS, HB9CZF/P, HB9DCO,
HB9DGV/P, HB9DPR/P, HB9DQM/P, HB9DST/P, HB9EIV/P, HB9EWO/P, HB9FVF/P,
HB9IAB/P, HB9IIO/P, HB9SOTA, HB9TVK/P, HB9TWM/P, I/OE7PHI/P, IN3EBZ/P,
IS0/IN3EBZ/P, IX1IHR/P, JA1KHZ/1, JA3NAP/3, JF1NDT/1, JG1BOK, JP3DGT/3,
JS6TQS, K0JQZ, K1JD, K1ZK, K2JB, K3ABG, K3JZD,
K4QS, K6HPX/P, K7MK, K7ODX, K7PX, K7VK, K7ZO,
K9PM/P, KB1KXL, KE5AKL, KE7BGM, KK1W, KM6BMQ, KR7RK,
KW4JM, KX0R, KX6A, LA/SQ6GIT, LA1ENA/P, LA3BO/P, LA8BCA/P,
LZ1GJ/P, M1EYP/P, MI0GQY/P, MM0FMF/P, N0TA, N1AW, N1FJ,
N2GBR, N5ZC, N6JZT, N7CW, N7LP, N9XG, NA6MG,
ND0C, NJ7V, NK6A, NK8Q, NM5S, NS1TA, NS7P,
NU7A, OE/DF3MC/P, OE/DJ2FR, OE/DK2CX/P, OE/DK3IT/P, OE/HB9EWO/P, OE/OM4DW/P,
OE5AUL/P, OE5EEP/P, OE5EIN/P, OE5FSM/P, OE6KYG/P, OE6PKF/P, OE6RDD/P,
OK/DL2DXA/P, OK/OE5EEP, OK/OM2JU/P, OK/OM3CUG/P, OK/OM6TC/P, OK/SP9MA/P, OK/SQ6GIT,
OK1BJH/P, OK1DJQ/P, OK1DO/P, OK1HCD/P, OK1IF/P, OK1MLP/P, OK1USP/P,
OK2BDF/P, OK2BMA/P, OK2BTK/P, OK2CLL/P, OK2MUF/P, OK2PDT/P, OK2PVX/P,
OK2PXJ/P, OK2PYA/P, OK2TX/P, OK3EQ/P, OM/DF8KY/P, OM/OK2TX/P, OM/OM6TC/P,
OM3CUG/P, OM4DW/P, OM6AN/P, ON/PA7ZEE/P, ON6UU/P, ON6ZQ/P, PA7ZEE/P,
S5/N0MX, S50AAA/P, S51RU/P, S52AU/P, SP/DF8KY/P, SP/HA8LLH, SP/OK2BDF/P,
SP9MA/P, SV2OXS/P, UT/DF8KY/P, VA2VL/W2, VK1CT, VK2IO/P, VK2NU/P,
VK3ARH, VK3BYD/P, VK3IL/P, VK3PF/P, VK4JAZ, VK5CZ, VK5IS,
W0CP, W1EJ, W1IDL, W5ODS, W7JET, WA6KYR, WA6MM,
WA7JTM, WA9STI, WB0USI, WB5USB, WB9QAF, WC0Y, WC6J,
WC9G, WF4I, WG0AT, WW7D, YO/HA8LLH, YO2BP/P
Mode: CW on 10MHz: activity for June
9A/DL4MHA/P, 9A4MX/P, 9A6CW/P, AA0BV, AC0PR, AD5A, AE9Q,
AF7OS, AI6SL, AK5SD, CT7AGT/P, DD7II/P, DF3MC/P, DF9GU,
DJ2FR, DJ9MH/P, DK1AX/P, DK2CX/P, DL/HB9BRJ/P, DL/HB9FVF/P, DL/ON6ZQ/P,
DL3JPN/P, DL4CF/P, DL4MHA/P, DL6FBK/P, EA2LU/P, EA2WX/P, EA5/HB9CMI/P,
EA5FV, EA6/DF3MC/P, EA6/ON6ZQ/P, F/DL6UHA/P, F/HB9IIO/P, F4HOD/P, F5LKW/P,
F5UKL/P, F6HBI/P, G0HIO/P, G4OOE/P, G4ZAO/P, GM0GAV/P, GW3RDQ/P,
GW4AFI/P, GW4TJC/P, HA5AZC/P, HA7HF/P, HB0/HB9DST/P, HB9AFI/P, HB9AGO/P,
HB9AXL/P, HB9BAB/P, HB9BCB/P, HB9BHW/P, HB9BIN/P, HB9BQU/P, HB9BRJ/P,
HB9CGA/P, HB9CLT/P, HB9CPS, HB9CZF/P, HB9DGV/P, HB9DPR/P, HB9DST/P,
HB9EWO/P, HB9IAB/P, HB9IIO/P, HB9JOE/P, HB9TVK/P, JA1KHZ/1, JG1BOK,
K0FTC, K0JQZ, K1JD, K1ZK, K3IDX, K3JZD, K4QS,
K6HPX/P, K7MK, K7ODX, K7PX, K7VK, K7ZO, K9PM/P,
KB1KXL, KE5AKL, KH7AL, KK1W, KR7RK, KW4JM, KX0R,
LA/SQ6GIT, LA1ENA/P, LA3BO/P, LA8BCA/P, M0BLF/P, M0OAT/P, M1EYP/P,
MI0GQY/P, MM0FMF/P, MM0GQY/P, N0MTN, N0TA, N1OIE, N5ZC,
N6JZT, N7CW, N7LP, NA6MG, NJ7V, NK6A, NM5S,
NS1TA, NS7P, NU7A, OE/DF3MC/P, OE/DK2CX/P, OE/DK3IT/P, OE/DM1LE/P,
OE/HB9EWO/P, OE/OM1WS/P, OE5AUL/P, OE5EEP/P, OK/DL2DXA/P, OK/OE5EEP, OK/OM4WY/P,
OK/OM6TC/P, OK/SP9MA/P, OK/SQ6GIT, OK1DJQ/P, OK1MLP/P, OK2BCF/P, OK2BDF/P,
OK2BMA/P, OK2BTK/P, OK2PDT/P, OK2PXJ/P, OK2SAM/P, OK2TX/P, OM/OM6TC/P,
OM4WY/P, OM6AN/P, ON6UU/P, ON6ZQ/P, PA/ON6UU/P, PA7ZEE/P, S50AAA/P,
S51RU/P, SO9TA/P, SP/HA8LLH, SP9MA/P, SV2OXS/P, VK3BYD/P, VK5CZ,
W0CP, W1EJ, W5ODS, W7USA, WA6MM, WA9STI, WB0USI,
WB5USB, WC6J, WF4I, WG0AT, WW7D, WX4TW, YO/HA8BJ/P,
Mode: CW on 14MHz: activity for June
9A/DL4MHA/P, 9A4MX/P, 9A6CW/P, 9H4RH, AA0BV, AC0PR, AC1Z,
AD5A, AE7AP, AE9Q, AI4SV, AI6SL, AI8Z, AK5SD,
CT1DBS/P, CT7/G4ONL/P, CT7AGT/P, CT9/G4TOE, DD7II/P, DF2DR/P, DF3MC/P,
DK1AX/P, DK2CX/P, DK3IT/P, DL/HB9BIN/P, DL/HB9BQU/P, DL/HB9BRJ/P, DL/HB9FVF/P,
DL/OK2PDT/P, DL4CF/P, DL4KCA/P, DL4MHA/P, DL4ROB, DL6FBK/P, E70AA/P,
EA/M0HDF/P, EA2BD/P, EA2BSB/P, EA2LU/P, EA2WX/P, EA5/HB9CMI/P, EA5FV,
EA5FV/P, EA6/DF3MC/P, EA6/G4TJC/P, EA6/ON6ZQ/P, EA7/HB9AFH/P, EG2UNA, EI/DL4MFM,
F/DL6UHA/P, F/HB9AFI/P, F/HB9IIO/P, F4HOD/P, F5UKL/P, F6FTB/P, F6HBI/P,
FM5QW/P, G0HIO/P, G0VPS/P, G3RDQ/P, G4OOE/P, G4ZAO/P, GM0GAV/P,
GW3RDQ/P, GW4AFI/P, GW4TJC/P, GX0OOO/P, HA2VR/P, HA5AZC/P, HB9/OK2PDT/P,
HB9AFI/P, HB9AGO/P, HB9AXL/P, HB9BAB/P, HB9BCB/P, HB9BHU, HB9BHW/P,
HB9BIN/P, HB9BQU/P, HB9BRJ/P, HB9CBR/P, HB9CGA/P, HB9CKV/P, HB9CLT/P,
HB9CPS, HB9CZF/P, HB9DCO, HB9DGV/P, HB9DPR/P, HB9DQM/P, HB9DST/P,
HB9EWO/P, HB9FPM/P, HB9FVF/P, HB9IAB/P, HB9IIO/P, HB9JOE/P, HB9TVK/P,
IX1IHR/P, JA4RQO/4, JF1NDT/1, JH0CJH/1, JL1NIE/1, JP1QEC/1, JP3DGT/3,
JP3PPL/3, JS1UEH/1, JS6TMW/6, K0FTC, K0JQZ, K1ZK, K2JB,
K3ABG, K3JZD, K4QS, K6HPX/P, K6TW, K7MK, K7ODX,
K7PX, K7VK, K9PM/P, KB1KXL, KB3SBC, KB4BKR, KD7WPJ,
KE5AKL, KG6CIH, KK1W, KR7RK, KT0A, KW4JM, KX0R,
KX6A, LA/SQ6GIT, LA1ENA/P, LA3BO/P, LA8BCA/P, LZ1GJ/P, M1EYP/P,
N0BN, N0PCL, N0TA, N1AW, N1FJ, N1OIE, N5ZC,
N6IZ, N6JZT, N7CQR, N7CW, N7LP, N9XG, NA6MG,
ND0C, NJ7V, NK6A, NK8Q, NM5S, NS1TA, NS7P,
NU7A, OE/DF3MC/P, OE/DK3IT/P, OE/HB9EWO/P, OE/OM1WS/P, OE5EEP/P, OE5EIN/P,
OE6PKF/P, OH3KRH/P, OK/DL2DXA/P, OK/OE5EEP, OK/OM2JU/P, OK/OM3CUG/P, OK/OM6TC/P,
OK/SP9MA/P, OK/SQ6GIT, OK1MLP/P, OK2BMA/P, OK2BTK/P, OK2CLL/P, OK2PDT/P,
OK2PXJ/P, OK2PYA/P, OK2SAM/P, OM/DF8KY/P, OM/HA8LLH, OM1WS/P, OM3CUG/P,
OM6AN/P, ON6UU/P, PA7ZEE/P, S50AAA/P, S51RU/P, S52AU/P, SO9TA/P,
SP/DF8KY/P, SP/HA8LLH, SP9MA/P, SV1COX/P, SV2OXS/P, UT/DF8KY/P, VA2VL/W2,
VE2JCW, VE7JH, VK1DA, VK2IO/P, VK5CZ, W0CCA, W0CP,
W1EJ, W1IDL, W2SE, W5ODS, W7GA, W7JET, W7USA,
WA6KYR, WA6MM, WA7JTM, WA9STI, WB0USI, WB5USB, WB9QAF,
WC0Y, WC6J, WC9G, WF4I, WG0AT, WH7AA, WS0TA,
WW7D, WX4TW, YO2BP/P
Mode: CW on 18MHz: activity for June
AC1Z, AD5A, DK1AX/P, DL6FBK/P, EA2LU/P, EA5/HB9CMI/P, EG2UNA,
F/HB9IIO/P, F4HOD/P, F5UKL/P, F6HBI/P, HB9AGO/P, HB9BIN/P, HB9BQU/P,
HB9BRJ/P, HB9CBR/P, HB9CGA/P, HB9CPS, HB9DGV/P, HB9JOE/P, JA1KHZ/1,
JA4RQO/4, JF1NDT/1, JG1EJY/0, JG4LCS/4, JH0CJH/1, JI1IHV/1, JL1NIE/1,
JP1QEC/0, JP1QEC/1, JP3DGT/3, JS1UEH/1, K0JQZ, K1JD, K1ZK,
K6HPX/P, K6TW, K7VK, K9PM/P, KB1KXL, KR7RK, KW4JM,
KX0R, N0TA, NA6MG, NS1TA, NS7P, OE/DF3MC/P, OK/DL2DXA/P,
OK/OE5EEP, OK1MLP/P, OK2BMA/P, OM/HA8LLH, OM4WY/P, S50AAA/P, S51RU/P,
SO9TA/P, W0CP, WG0AT, WW7D, WX4TW, YO9CB/P
Mode: CW on 21MHz: activity for June
AA0BV, DL4ROB, EA/M0HDF/P, EA2LU/P, F5UKL/P, F6HBI/P, HB9AGO/P,
HB9BIN/P, HB9BRJ/P, HB9CBR/P, JA3NAP/3, JA4RQO/4, JF1NDT/1, JG1EJY/0,
JH0CJH/1, JL1NIE/1, JP1QEC/0, JP1QEC/1, JP3DGT/3, JS6TMW/6, K0FTC,
K1JD, K9PM/P, KB1KXL, KE7BGM, KR7RK, KW4JM, M1EYP/P,
NS7P, OE5EIN/P, OK/DL2DXA/P, OK1MLP/P, VK2IO/P, VK5CZ
Mode: CW on 24MHz: activity for June
F5UKL/P, F6HBI/P, HB9CBR/P, HB9JOE/P, JA3NAP/3, JH0CJH/1, JP1QEC/0,
JP1QEC/1, JP3DGT/3, K9PM/P, KR7RK, NA6MG, OK1MLP/P, S50AAA/P
Mode: CW on 28MHz: activity for June
DL/OK2PDT/P, EA/M0HDF/P, EA2WX/P, F4HOD/P, F5UKL/P, F6HBI/P, HB9BIN/P,
HB9BRJ/P, HB9CBR/P, HB9CGA/P, HB9CLT/P, HB9CZF/P, HB9DQM/P, HB9FVF/P,
HB9TVK/P, JA4RQO/4, JF1NDT/1, JH0CJH/1, JP1QEC/0, JP3DGT/3, K7PX,
K9PM/P, KR7RK, M1EYP/P, MW0GQY/P, OE5EIN/P, OK1MLP/P, OK2PDT/P,
OK2PXJ/P, OK2PYA/P, S52AU/P, SO9TA/P, W5ODS
Mode: CW on 50MHz: activity for June
F4HOD/P, F5LKW/P, F6HBI/P, HB9CGA/P, HL3ANE, JP3DGT/3, K7MK,
KB1KXL, KD7WPJ, KR7RK, M1EYP/P, OE1WED/3, OE3IPU/P, OK2BMA/P,
S5/OE1WED/P, WA7JTM, YO9CB/P
Mode: CW on 1240MHz: activity for June
Mode: FM on 28MHz: activity for June
7L4WVU/3, JO3ALU/3, M1EYP/P, OE9TKH/P
Mode: FM on 50MHz: activity for June
Mode: FM on 1240MHz: activity for June
GW4TCU/P, JG6CRU/6, JN3PDF/3, K0JJW, K0NR, MM0GYX/P, OK1DEU/P,
Mode: SSB on 28MHz: activity for June
2E0YYY/P, 9A/S56LXN/P, CT2HOV/P, DB7MM/P, DG7ACF/P, DK9JC/P, DL/IW3AGO/P,
DL/OE9TKH/P, DL/WB7ENX, DL3SBA/P, DO1DJJ/P, F4EGG/P, F4ESK/P, F5UKL/P,
HA2VR/P, HB9/IW3AGO/P, HB9BIN/P, HB9DQM/P, HB9ELZ/P, HB9EYP, HB9GKR/P,
IQ3WW/P, IS0/IU1AUG/P, IW3AGO/P, IZ1GDB, JH1EWV/1, JM3GVH/3, K5RHD,
KB3SBC, KK4OSG, KK6TMN, LB1DH/P, M1EYP/P, MW0GQY/P, OE/IN3ADF/P,
OE5AUL/P, OE5EEP/P, OE5JKL/P, OE5REO/P, OE9TKH/P, OK/SO9EWA/P, OK4KOP/P,
OM/SQ9MDF/P, S52AU/P, S56LXN/P, S57MS/P, SO9EWA/P, SQ9MDF/P, SQ9OZM/P,
SQ9RNW/P, SV2OXS/P, VA2MO, YO8AZQ/P
Mode: SSB on 50MHz: activity for June
7K1BAE, 7K1CPT/1, 9A/S56LXN/P, AF7OS, CT2IWW/P, DL/IN3ADF/P, DL/IW3AGO/P,
F/I1WKN, F4EGG/P, F5LKW/P, G1ZJQ/P, HA5OT/P, HB9/IW2NHE/P, HB9ASV/P,
HB9FPM/P, I1WKN, IS0/IU1AUG/P, IW3AGO/P, JA1KHZ/1, JF1NDT/1, JF3FGL,
JG1GPY/1, JH0CJH/1, JH1EWV/1, JI1IHV/1, JL1BWG/1, JM3GVH/3, JM3URG/3,
JR1NNL/1, JS1UEH/1, JS2VVH/2, K7VK, KB1HXO, KB1KXL, KD7WPJ,
KI6CR, KJ6QDU, KK4OSG, KK6TMN, KM6AKK, M0JCQ, M0JCQ/P,
M1EYP/P, N7NGO, OE9TKH/P, OK/OE3EMC/P, OK4KOP/P, S52AU/P, S56LXN/P,
S57MS/P, SV9GPV/P, VK1AD/2, W6PZA, W7USA, WA7JTM, WG4I
Mode: SSB on 1240MHz: activity for June
G4AZS/P, VK1AD/2, VK1AD/P
73 de Kevin G0NUP
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