20 April, 2017Island activities:
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: Kenji/JA4GXS activates Naka
Island on April 23 and 14, signing JA4GXS/5 on 40, 30, 20, and 17m
(CW, SSB). QSL via h/c (d/B).
EU-002; OH0, Aland Islands: Ari/OH3KAV will be active holiday-style
from Aland between the 22nd and 27th. QRV as OF0KA on 80-10m on CW, JT65, and JT9. Ari also plans to try the new 60m band. QSL via
EU-008; GM/MM, Inner Hebrides: Operators Glen/G0SBN, Tony/G8YFA,
Chris/GM3WOJ, Graham/M0GAE, and Bob/M0KLO, of the Tynemouth Amateur Radio Club, are going to operate from the Isle of Mull (IOSA NH15, SCOTIA CN10, WAB TQ28, WW Loc. IO76EJ) between April 21 and 28. QRV with the callsign GS0NWM on 80-6m (CW, SSB, digital modes). QSL via M0URX, ClubLog OQRS.
EU-009; GM/MM, Orkney: GB4SRO will be active from South Ronaldsay
(WW Loc. IO88mt) between April 22 and May 5. Operators are
Elaine/2E1BVS, Val/G6MML, John/G3WFK, and Glenn/G6HFF. They plan to
get on the air on 40m and 20m (SSB, PSK31) and on 2m. QSL via G6MML
NA-079; W4, Florida State (Dry Tortugas Islands) group:
Nelson/NE4LS and John/KE4IDW will be operating with the call N4T
from Loggerhead Key Lighthouse (ARLHS USA-236, USi FL-470S) and
Garden Key Lighthouse (ARLHS USA-316, USi FL-013S) from April 21
until 24. Both lighthouses are located in the Dry Tortugas National
Park (KFF-0023). QSL via NE4LS (d).
NA-104; V4, St. Kitts and Nevis: Alex/W1CDC will be active as
V4/W1CDC between April 24 and May 7. QRV on 160-10m, mostly on CW.
QSL via W1CDC (d).
OC-202; DU4, Calagua Islands: Andy/ 4F1GNW, Ed/4F1OZ, Gil/4F2KWT,
and Nani/DU1COP are going to activate Tinaga Island with the callsign DZ4C from April 21 to 23. QRV on 40, 30, 20, 17, and 15m (CW, SSB). The last activation of this IOTA group was in 2003. QSL via VE7DP (d/B).
OC-233; VK7, Tasmania's Coastal Islands: Craig/VK5CE plans to
activate Bruny Island on April 22 and 23 as VK5CE/7. During his noon and early afternoon hours he plans to focus on North America on 40/20m, while during his night and early morning hours Craig plans to focus on Europe. QSL via VK5CE (d/B), ClubLog OQRS.
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