I will be trying OE/TI-249 Kemacher, 2480 m near Innsbruck tomorrow (August 1, 2017). It is a 10-pointer and has so far only been activated once (by DM1LE) and that four years ago.
My callsign will be OE/DK3IT/P.
It is hard to predict the exact time of being QRV on the summit, but I guess it will be ca. 11:00 UTC. But it can be one hour earlier or 2.5 hrs later.
The activation will be CW-only, starting at 7.032 +/- and maybe 10.118 and 14.060 if time permits.
I would be happy if you chased me, and I kindly ask for your support:
Please, please QRS 10 - 14 WPM, since I am still a CW newbie. My first 1 - 2 CQ calls will be at 16 WPM at the limits of my reading ability (ok for callsigns, beyond my league for rag-chewing), because RBN spots faster and more reliably at 16 WPM upwards.
Please spot me if you hear me.
Please give your callsign at least twice.
Please try to use rubber-stamp QSO, because my time on the summit will be very limited.
Because I am in company, I will at max have ca. 30 minutes for the activation. I will be carrying an APRS handheld with me, so you should be able to monitor my path at aprs.fi. The APRS SSID will be DK3IT-7, https://aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=12&call=a%2FDK3IT-7&timerange=21600&tail=21600.
Thanks for your support!
73 de Martin, DK3IT