The calendar is available at http://www.sk3bg.se/
CROATIA, WLOTA 0815, IOTA EU-016, IOCA CI-051. Date: 26th September 2nd October  2010 by Jan 9A/OK1JK, Ruda 9A/OK1HWS, Jiri 9A/OK1IEC. Mode: CW, SSB, RTTY,
 PSK (ROS, Hellschreiber, Olivia, SSTV on request/sked). QSL via Homecall.
 Some expedition details:
NETHERLANDS ANTILLES ---> On 23 September the ARRL Awards Committee issued the
following statement on the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles:
"To clarify the administrative process by which the anticipated changes to the two existing Netherlands Antilles DXCC entities will be made, the ARRL Awards Committee has determined that at 0400Z (12:00 AM local time in the islands) on 10 October 2010, the two Netherland Antilles DXCC entities will be deleted.>
Commencing at 0400Z (12:00 AM local time) on 10 October, 2010, operation from the islands of Curacao, Bonaire, Sint Maarten, Saba, and St Eustatius will count for a yet-to-be-determined number of new entities under the DXCC List Criteria, and Political Entities, Rule 1 and/or Rule 2 Geographic Separation Entities. When the Awards Committee determines what Rule 1 or Rule 2 actions apply, it will announce the final disposition of the entities on the DXCC list.
The DXCC desk will not accept confirmations for these new entities until after 1 January, 2011".
R1_ant - Mike, RW1AI is currently active as R1ANP from Russian "Progress
Station (Antarctica). He plans to operate as R1ANP/A from nearby Chinese Zhongshan" Station in October and November, using 100 watts and a vertical antenna.
3Y8XSA, ANTARCTICA. Lars, SM4TUV, will be working for The Norwegian Polar Institute           
in Antarctica starting November 2010. He will remain at the
Norwegian Polar Research Station Troll, on Dronning Maud Land, until December 2011. He is expected to be active as 3Y8XSA. QSL via SM4TUV.
For more details about the Norwegian Polar Expedition and the Norwegian Troll field station, visit the following Web pages:
http://npweb.npolar.no/ ---or-- http://npweb.npolar.no/plattformer/troll/
from the new National Park "Ertis Ormany" (WFF UNFF-027, by UN3F, UN9FN and UN1F. Activity will be on 80/40/20 meters using CW, SSB, and if they have enough time the Digital modes. Operations will also be on VHF/UHF. QSL via UN3F.
Celebrating the 65th anniversary of Indonesia Post & Telecommunications, YB0ECT and others will operate on 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 metres CW and SSB. QSL via YB1GJS to the ORARI QSL Bureau (Gjellani Joostman Sutama, P.O. Box 1096, Jakarta 10010, Indonesia).
26/9 PALAU; T88NA
by JK1FNL. He will operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 160-6 metres. QSL via home call.
26/9 MALDIVES; 8Q7SO AS-013
from Mirihi Island by JK1KSB. He will operate holiday style on 80-10 metres CW, RTTY, SSB and PSK31. QSL via JK1KSB, direct or bureau.
27/9 EAST MALAYSIA; 9M6XRO/p (CW) and 9M6DXX/p (SSB) OC-295
from Pulau Sebatik by 9M6XRO, 9M6DXX, 9W6AMC, 9W6LEE and G3USR. Two stations will be used with amplifiers to a HexBeam and verticals located directly above the sea water, and it is hoped to have both stations on the air during all the major openings to Europe and North America. The operation will be on 80-10 metres, with the emphasis on 40-15 metres. This IOTA group was activated for the first and only time in July 2006. QSL both callsigns via M0URX (direct or bureau) and LoTW. See http://www.m0urx.com/sebatik.html for further details and for a link to the on-line QSL request form for both direct and bureau cards.
27/9 BERMUDA; VP9/WW3S and VP9/ND8L NA-005
QSL via home calls and LoTW. They will participate in the CQ WW RTTY Contest as VP9I (QSL via N1HRA).
- 28/9 AUSTRALIA; VK5MAV/5 OC-261
from Flinders Island. He expects to operate on 40, 20, 15 and 10 metres, mainly CW. QSL direct or bureau.
by DL2RUM has extended his stay in Rwanda. QSL via home call.
- 30/9 HAITI; HH2/S21RC
from Port-Au-Prince. He will be active in the evening of weekdays.
by WP4NWP. Activity is to celebrate "Patriots Day" in Puerto
Rico. Operations will be on 80-10 meters using CW and SSB.
30/9 CANADA; K3GV/VY2 NA-029
from Prince Edward Island. He will be QRV on 15 and 20 metres around the usual IOTA frequencies. QSL via home call, direct or bureau.
from Turyanchay Nature Reserve by 4J5T, 4J8VHF, 4K4K and YL7A. They plan to operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 20 and 40 metres. QSL via YL7A.
by DJ7RJ. He hopes to operate CW and SSB on 160-10 metres, possibly 6 metres. QSL via home call.
from Punta Cana. It will be a family vacation with activity on the radio limited to the local late evening and early morning hours. QSL via home call.
will be operated to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Wireless Institute of Australia. All of the QSOs will be confirmed automatically via the bureau. Direct cards with return postage may be sent to Wireless Institute of Australia, P.O. Box 2042, Bayswater VIC 3153, Australia. Details on the centenary programme and the relevant operating award can be found on the WIA website http://www.wia.org.au/
- 31/10     CANADA; VA7PX NA-075
                from Mayne Island. QSL via VE7AXU via bureau or direct.
- 8/11 BARBADOS; 8P9LJ NA-021
by G0OPA. Activity will be on all HF bands. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the Bureau.
by F4DBJ. Activity will be on 80/40 meters (using a W3DZZ antenna) and on 20/15/10 meters using a vertical antenna and only using 100 watts. QSL via his home callsign.
by UN7FW. The special callsign is for the 25th anniversary of Vostochny opencast coal mine in Ekibastuz, Kazakhstan. QSL via IK2QPR.
from Cairo. Activity will be on CW, RTTY, SSTV, PSK and some SSB. No bands of operations were provided, but on past operations he was heard on 80/40/20 meters. He also plans to be in the CQWW RTTY DX Contest (September 25-26th). QSL via HA3JB. More information and updates will be available at http://www.ha3jb.com/suha3jb.html
by JT1AS to celebrate his 70th birthday. He is using this call in RTTY and PSK on HF until the end of the year. QSL cards direct via Sank N., PO Box 719, Ulaanbaatar-23, Mongolia.
- 2010 TAIWAN; 3H1TW, 3T1TW and 3TTW AS-020
Taiwan is celebrating 100 years Republic of China. The special event stations are working from the capital Taipei of Taiwan. QSLs for all three stations should be sent via the BV bureau.
He plans to be active on 40-10 meters mainly on CW. Activity over the past week has been on 20/17/12 meters CW. QSL via DO8LA.
- 2010 MARSHALL IS.; V73NS OC-028
from the Kwajalein atoll by WD8CRT, who will have to work here for two years starting on Jan 5, 2009. He will work mostly in CW on 160-6m. QSL via bureau or direct to Neil Schwanitz, PO Box 8341, APO, AP 96557, USA. His website is http://www.qsl.net/v73ns/
by RW1AI. He will be active from the clubstation R1ANP. QSLs for this operation via RW1AI.
special event callsign to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the independence of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It will be aired from the club station in Kinshasa by different local operators. Please be patient with them, as they "might not be skilfull enough to handle huge pile ups.
- 2010 VENEZUELA; 4M200/YV200/YW200
Look for several different stations to be active to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Venezuela's Independence. Some of the stations that have been active are:
   4M200AJ - Operator Manuel; Activity mainly on PSK on 40/30/20/15/10m. QSL via YV5AJ.
   YV200D - Operator Paolo; Activity mainly on RTTY on 30m. QSL via YV1DIG.
   YW200A - Operator Alfredo; Activity on PSK and SSB on 20/15m. QSL via YV5SSF.
   YW200ER - Operator Elvis; Activity on SSB on 40/20/15m. QSL via YV8ER.
   YW200L - Operator Frank; Activity on RTTY and PSK, on 30/15m. QSL via YV5LI.
   YW200T - Operator Juan; Activity on SSB, RTTY and PSK, on 40/30/20/15m. QSL via YV5JBI.
A "Bicentenary of Venezuelan Independence Award" is available by working all the 6 special callsign: 4M200AJ, YV200D, YW200A, YW200ER, YW200L and YW200T. More information is expected to be available at http://www.radioclubvenezolano.org/concurso.htm
- 2010 CHILE; XR2R
Special event for the 200th anniversary of the earliest step in the Chilean struggle for indipendence. QSL via CE1KR, direct or bureau.
- 2010 MEXICO; 4A1B
Two hundred years of Mexican independence and the 100th anniversary of the Mexican revolution are celebrated by the Radio Club Queretaro (XE1RCQ). The special callsign 4A1B will be activated throughout the whole year 2010. The QSL manager is LZ3HI. The logs will be uploaded to the LoTW as well.
- 2010 MEXICO; 4B
Celebrating the Centennial of the Mexican Revolution and the Bicentennial of Mexico's Independence, amateur radio operators from Mexico have been authorized to use special prefix 4B through the end of the year.
2010 BARBADOS; 8P55AW NA-021
The members of the "Amateur Radio Society of Barbados" (ARSB) are celebrating the 55th anniversary of their radio club this year. For this reason a special event station will be active throughout the year. QSL via bureau ok.
31/3 2011 ANTARCTICA; VU3BPZ and AT1BP
from the Maitri Base (WAP IND-03) by VU3BPZ. Updates and more details are expected on the WAP Web site at http://www.waponline.it/
- 20/4 2011 ANGOLA; D2QR
by UT1EO from Lunda Norte Province in northeast Angola. Activity
will be on 40-10 meters on all modes. QSL via RW6HS.
by F5PHW. Since he is there for work, his on air activities will be limited, but he will try to operate as much as possible. If he lives in a house, Phil intends to be active on all HF bands from 80-10 meters mainly on CW and RTTY (possibly some PSK31) with very little SSB using only 100 watts. His antennas from the house QTH will be: 80-40m - Inverted V + HF6VX (GP), 30m - HF6VX, 20-10m - HF6VX + Spiderbeam (not sure). However, if he lives in an apartment the antenna may only be the HF6VX. QSL via F8BPN, by the Bureau or direct.
- August 2011 BAHRAIN; A92IO
by EI3IO. Operations will initially focus on the bands 3.5 MHz to 30 MHz. He also intends to be QRV on 1.8 MHz for the 2010/2011 winter season. QSL direct to A92IO (Dave Court, P.O. Box 31183, Budaiya, Bahrain) or via the bureau to EI3IO. Direct cards may also to be sent to EI3IO, however these will only be auctioned once or twice per year. Further information can be found at http://a92.ath.cx/
- September 2011 ZAMBIA; 9J2KK
by JF1OKX. He plans to start operations on the amateur radio bands (80-6 metres) during the first 10 days of July. He will concentrate on the digital modes (PSK31 or 62, RTTY, WSJT and SSTV), with some SSB and CW. QSL via JK1NSR.
- 31/12 2011 TAIWAN; BP1
Taiwan is celebrating its 100th anniversary. For this event there are two special event stations on the air: BP100 (QSL via BX4AQ) and BV100 (QSL via BV2KI) from Oct 10 until Dec 31,2011. More information about the stations and the special award can be found at: http://www.bv100.tw/
- 30/4 2012 KENYA; 5Z4RH
by IK8VRH is working in Kenya. Requested callsign is 5Z4RH.
26/9 1/10 BRAZIL; PY7XC/p SA-046
from Itamaraca Island. He will operate CW, SSB and digital modes on 80-10 metres, with 400 watts and wire antennas. QSL via home call.
27/9 30/9 CANADA; K6VVA/VE7 NA-091
from Quadra Island. He plans to operate mainly CW with some SSB on 40-15 metres. QSL via N6AWD. Updates will be posted to http://www.k6vva.com/iota/na091/
30/9 1/11 ZIMBABWE; Z2/AC7GP
from Harare during a family visit. He plans to operate SSB, RTTY and PSK31 with 100 watts and dipoles mainly on Mondays to Fridays, with activity during the CQ WW DX SSB Contest. QSL via home calls.
1/10 30/10 CYPRUS; 5B5
Amateur radio operators in Cyprus are allowed to use the special prefix 5B50 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Republic of Cyprus.
from San Clemente Island. He will operate CW and some SSB on 40 and 20 metres during his spare time. QSL via K5OAZ.
2/10 30/10 TANZANIA; 5H9PD
by W8FV. Activity will probably be on 40-10 meters, depending on propagation, mostly CW with maybe some PSK31. There may be some 80 meters. QSL via his home callsign.
4/10 29/10 MADAGASCAR; 5R8RJ AF-057
from Nosy Be by DJ7RJ. He hopes to operate CW and SSB on 160-10 metres, possibly 6 metres. QSL via home call.
5/10 8/10 EAST MALAYSIA; 9M6XRO/p, 9M6DXX/p and 9M6/G3USR OC-133
from Labuan Island. Activity will be on 160-10 metres CW, SSB and RTTY with two stations using amplifiers to a Hexbeam, verticals and a 160m inverted-L very close to the ocean. QSL 9M6XRO/p and 9M6DXX/p via M0URX, QSL 9M6/G3USR via home call.
by N4SIA (KG4AS), K4CQW (KG4QW), K4MIL (KG4SS) and W4WV (KG4WV). Activity will be on 160-6 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL via their home callsigns.
6/10 15/10 St. MAARTEN, SABA, St. EUSTATIUS; PJ5/AH6HY NA-145
from Sint Eustatius.
by K7ZZ from an elevation of 2300 ft. on Green Mountain. This will be a "micro-lite" operation on 160-10 meters using CW and SSB. His antennas will be two element phased vertical array. QSL via LoTW or direct to K7ZZ.
by DJ7ZG and DL7AFS. They will operate mainly RTTY, PSK and SSB on 80-10 metres. QSL via DL7AFS, direct or bureau. Further information and log search at http://www.qsl.net/dl7afs/
6/10 21/10 MARSHALL IS; V7 OC-029, OC-087, OC-287
from Majuro (OC-029), from Enewetak Atoll (OC-087, requested call V73QQ) on 12-15 October, from Ujelang Atoll (OC-278, new one, requested call V73RRC) indicatively between 16 and 19 October and possibly again from Enewetak on 20-21 October by N3QQ. QSL via N7RO. The website for the expedition is at http://oc-278.ucoz.com/
6/10 9/11 CANADA; VYJA NA-008
from CFS Alert on Ellesmere Island by VY1JA, active in his spare time. He will operate mainly CW running low power into wire antennas. QSL via N3SL (Japanese stations can go via JA3JM).
7/10 22/10 TEMOTU; H40KJ and H40BQ OC-065
from Pigeon Island by SP5DRH (H40KJ) and SP3BQ (H40BQ). They will focus on 160 and 80 metres CW, with operations on the higher bands (including some digital modes activity on 20 and 30 metres) depending on propagation. QSL via home calls, direct or bureau. Further information can be found at http://www.sp5drh.com/h40/
8/10 - 14/10 AUSTRALIA; K9LUK/VK4 OC-137
from North Stradbroke Island. Activity will be sporadic, but look for him on 14260 kHz. QSL via his home callsign, direct only.
8/10 16/10 SINT MAARTEN; PJ5 NA-145
from St. Eustatius by K1XM and others to operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 160-10 metres. QSL via KQ1F.
8/10 18/10 BONAIRE & CURACAO; PJ2/K8ND SA-006
from Curacao. QSL via home call.
9/10 15/10 St. EUSTATIUS; PJ5/AA4NC NA-145
from Sint Eustatius. He states to QSL via LoTW or direct only to AA4NC. NO BUREAU QSLs.
from Sint Maarten by a multi-national team of twelve experienced operators (DJ9ZB, I8NHJ, K4SV, K6KK, K6MM, K6TD, K9CT, K9ZO, N2WB, NF4A, W6OSP and W8GEX). The group plans to have four stations on the air 24/7, and will have two additional stations that can be activated if needed. They will work all bands CW, SSB and RTTY. Callsign TBA, QSL via KQ1F. Look at http://www.stmaarten2010.com/ for updates.
10/10 23/10 TOGO; 5V7TT
by a Italian team. They plan to operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 160-10 metres with three stations. Further information and a band/mode survey can be found at http://www.i2ysb.com/ QSL direct to I2YSB. The Bureau QSL manager will be G6BMY.
10/10 23/10 St. MAARTEN, SABA, St. EUSTATIUS; PJ6
from Saba and Sint Eustatius. Two teams will operate over a two-week period from two different locations on the island. Saba and Sint Eustatius should be one the new DXCC Entities resulting from the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles. Bookmark http://www.saba2010.com/ for further information, updates, log search and QSLling instructions.
10/10 24/10 BONAIRE; PJ4
A multi-national team of 15-20 operators is being formed to be active from Bonaire "in anticipation of the new DXCC status on 10 October 2010. The first operation will be run on 10-18 October by a group led by K8ND. They will be followed closely by a team of nine operators from the U.S. and Germany, including a M/M entry in the CQWW SSB Contest. Expect activity on all bands and modes. The station will be opened also to amateurs participating in the GAREC conference (11-12 October), as well as to any local Curacao amateurs who wish to operate from Signal Point during the post 10-10-10 week.
10/10 2/11 CURACAO; PJ2/K8ND and PJ2/W9VA SA-006
by K8ND and W9VA will be the first team to arrive at Signal Point Station on Curacao just before the 10/10/10 date. QSL via their home callsign.
The PJ2T callsign will be used beginning at 0400z on October 10th, when the Netherlands Antilles is dissolved and Curacao becomes an autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands (and likely a new DXCC Entity). Eventually, the team
will grow to 9 operators from the U.S. and Germany, and they will be there through November 2nd, and operate in the CQWW DX SSB Contest as a Multi-Multi entry. QSL via N9AG and LoTW.
10/10 31/12 2011 TAIWAN; BV1
Taiwan is celebrating its 100th anniversary. QSL via BV2KI. More information about the stations and the special award can be found at: http://www.bv100.tw/
15/10 18/10 St. MAARTEN; PJ7/AA4NC NA-105
from Sint Maarten. He states to QSL via LoTW or direct only to AA4NC. NO BUREAU QSLs.
15/10 22/10 St. MAARTEN, SABA, St. EUSTATIUS; PJ7/AH6HY NA-105
from Sint Maarten.
15/10 31/10 MOZAMBIQUE; C91DJ, C91MV, C91DL, C91KW, C91AV, C91GF and C91JR
from Bilene by GI4FUM (C91DJ), GI8MIV (C91MV), G4LDL (C91DL), G8KWD (C91KW), ZS6AVM (C91AV), ZS6GF (C91GF) and ZS6JR (C91JR). For the Jamboree On the Air (16-17 October) they will operate as C91MS (Mozambique Scouts), while during the CW WW DX SSB Contest they will operate as C91WW. Between these two events they will operate under their individual callsigns. Most activity will be SSB, although they may be able to do some CW, PSK31 and RTTY. The QSL manager for the expedition is GI4FUM. Further information at http:/www.3da0ss.net/
16/10 22/10 AUSTRALIA; VK4LDX/P OC-172
from Fitzroy Island. This IOTA hasn't been on the air since 2003. He will be on the island with his wife, so his activity will be holiday style. He will be running 100 watts into verticals and/or dipoles for 40/20/15 meters, using SSB, PSK31 and RTTY. He will have a beachside cabin and will be setting up the antennas right on the beach. QSL info is available on QRZ.com and please visit the following Blog page for regular updates at http://vk4ldxoc172.blogspot.com/
20/10 30/10 GREENLAND; OX/hc NA-151
from Tasiilaq/Ammassalik by DF9TM, DL1RTL, DL2SWW and DL2VFR are in the planning stages for an IOTA operation. They plan to operate CW, SSB and RTTY. Further information is expected in due course. Website: http://www.iota-expedition.com/
20/10 4/11 BOTSWANA; A25
by I0ZY (A25ZY), IK1MDF (A25DF), IZ5MMB (A25MB), K5LBU (A25CF), K5ZOL and KD5TAN (A25AN). They plan to have three stations on the air operating 160-6 meters, depending on conditions. The group will also be in the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st) using the callsign A25HQ. Each operator, using their own callsign, will handle their own QSL cards by the Bureau or direct (QRZ.com address). QSL for A25HQ go via K5LBU. The logs will be uploaded via CLUBLOG daily (depending on the InterNet connection). The group is looking for sponsors. For more details and update, visit their Web page at: http://www.qsl.net/a25-2010/index.html
20/10 - 10/11 ST. KITTS & NEVIS; V47JA NA-104
from the Calypso Bay, St. Kitts (WW Loc. FK87SG) by W5JON. Activity will be on 160-10 meters using an ICOM IC-7000 w/KL-400
amp (350 watts) into a ZS6BKW design "All-Band Dipole" antenna. His operations will include the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st) as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL via W5JON.
21/10 25/10 MARIANA IS; KK6WW/KH, KHR, AC2BO/KH, WHAA and KR1V/KH OC-O86
from Saipan BY JA6EGL (KK6WW/KH0), JE6DND (KH0R), JA6JXN (AC2BO/KH0), JA6GLD (WH0AA) and JR6DRH (KR1V/KH0). They will operate on 160-10m CW and SSB. QSL direct to home calls.
On 160-6 metres CW, SSB and RTTY, with a "minimal effort for supplying the mulitiplier" during the CQ WW DX SSB Contest. ALL QSL requests via NTG. An ONLINE QSL Request service will be established as an optional method. Look for updates on the Web site as details develop at http://www.cy0dxpedition.com/
21/10 4/11 BOTSWANA; A25CF, A25BI, A25AN, A25ZY, A25DF, A25MB and A25ASL
by K5LBU (A25CF), K5ZOL (A25BI), KD5TAN (A25AN), I0ZY (A25ZY), IK1MDF (A25DF), IZ5MMB (A25MB) and  W5SL (A25ASL). They plan to operate with three stations on 160-10 metres (hopefully also on 6m) and to participate in the CQ WW DX SSB Contest as A25HQ (QSL via K5LBU). QSL via home calls. The group has a website at http://www.qsl.net/a25-2010/
21/10 11/11 THE GAMBIA; C56FR
by ON4TA. This is NOT a DXpedition but a "private visit". Activity will be on 20 and 17 meters SSB using simple wire antennas and 100 watts. He also plans to experiment with Yagi antennas on 6m, 2m and 70cm. He mentions that there "might be
an opening on 2m or 70cm across the Atlantic...". PLEASE QSL by the Bureau to ON4TA.
24/10 CANADA; VC1J
Activity is to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the United Nations (UN) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Operations will be from the "Joggins Fossil Cliffs" which became a UNESCO site last year. Look for them on many different modes. A special event QSL card will be available. Listen for QSL instructions.
25/10 1/11 SENEGAL; 6V7T
by F5RAV. Activity will be on SSB and PSK31, and on 160-10 meters (including 17 and 12m with a dipole only). He is planning to be in the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st). QSL via only direct to his home callsign. See details on QRZ.com. Also, visit his BLOG page at http://f5rav.free.fr/
25/10 1/11 CANADA; VE2IM
by VE3DZ during the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st) as a Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power entry. Activity before and after the contest will be on CW and RTTY, the low bands and 30/17 meters. QSL via VE3DZ, direct or by the Bureau.
25/10 2/11 ST. PIERRE & MIQUELON; FP/homecall NA-032
from Miquelon by KV1J. Activity will be on 160-6 meters and 70cm (Satellite AO-51), using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31, generally on the highest frequency band that is open (no permission for 60m). He will also be in the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st) as a Single-Op/High-Power entry. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the Bureau. Log will be uploaded to LoTW and eQSL about one week after his return. More information at                      http://www.kv1j.com/fp/october10.html
25/10 25/11 2011 CYPRUS; 5B5J
5B4AHJ will celebrate his 50th anniversary as a licensed radio amateur on October 25th. Activity will be on CW and SSB. QSL via 5B4AHJ and LoTW.
26/10 2/11 RWANDA; 9XSP
by DL7DF, DL4WK, DL7VEE and DL7UFR. They will be active with two stations on 160-10 metres CW and SSB, plus one station dedicated to RTTY, PSK31 and  SSTV. QSL for both callsigns via DL7DF, direct or bureau. More information and on-line logs at http://www.dl7df.com/
26/10 10/11 MADAGASCAR; 5R8X AF-013
from Antananarivo by OH2BH, OH2PM, OH6KN, OH7EA and OH8NC, CQ WW DX SSB Contest included. The operation, which will be conducted in cooperation with Ake (5R8FU), is primarily targeted to satisfy global demand on the low bands. OH2PM and OH6KN will dedicate their efforts to 160 and 80 metres. The team will be using a large field and a setup of vertical antennas on all low bands. Activity on 30, 17 and 12 metres will also be provided.
27/10 1/11 PALAU; T88OM OC-009
from the Island of Palau by JA1FMZ. Activity will be holiday style on 20-10 meters using SSB, but he also plans to participate in the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st). QSL via his home callsign, direct (see QRZ.com), LoTW or e-QSL. Visit his Blog page at http://DXvacation.com/
27/10 1/11 NICARAGUA; YN2AA
by N6GQ Activity will be on 160-10 meters and will include the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st). He will be using a K3 radio and 1 KW amp into the following antennas: a Tribander, 2 element 40m beam, wires and beverages for 80/160m. QSL via NN3W, by the Bureau or direct. U.S. stations, please send SASE; DX stations, please send SAE with GS or IRC. Bureau service will take time. Logs will also be uploaded to LoTW.
27/10 14/11 FIJI; 3D2A OC-016
from Viti Levu Island by VK4AN. Activity will be on 160-10 meters including 30/17/12 meters, using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31. He will use a Flex-5000A radio with a laptop into DX88 vertical, 3-element tri-band beam and a sloper for 160/80/40m. QSL via VK4AN. Aisea, 3D2AA, will join Eddie and be active in the CQWW
DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st) as a Multi-Single entry.
29/10 2/11 MICRONESIA; V63CJB OC-011
from Chuuk Island by JJ2CJB. His operations will be mainly during the CQWW DX SSB Contest (October 30-31st). Activity outside of the contest will be holiday style on 75/40/20/15/10 meters using CW and SSB. QSL via LoTW or to his home callsign, direct or by the Bureau.
29/10 4/11 MICRONESIA; V63DX, V63T and V63EPO OC-010
from Pohnpei Island by JA7HMZ (V63DX), JA7GYP (V63T) and JA7EPO (V63EPO). Activity will be on all bands and modes. QSL via their home callsigns. The group will also be an entry in the CQWW DX SSB Contest(October 30-31st) as V6B. QSL via JA7HMZ.
will once again be active from Somone, which is located 70 km southeast of Dakar. He will concentrate on the lower bands and CW and take part in the CQ WW DX CW Contest (November 27-28th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/Low-Power entry. QSL via RX3RC, by the Bureau or direct. Look for updates at http://www.ei6dx.com/
Activity is to celebrate the 100th anniversary of "Thunder Bay MCTS Centre (Canadian Coast Guard Radio Station)" located at the western end of Lake Superior. They plan to be active on VHF and
HF bands using CW, SSB, PSK, RTTY and FM, as well as VoIP (CQ100) and perhaps other Digital modes. There will be several options for amateur radio stations and SWLers to obtain a special 100th anniversary CG3MUG QSL card (a certificate may also be designed). As it gets closer to the event, and they make the final preparations, they will update the CG3MUG listing on the QRZ.com.
1/11 6/11 MAURITIUS; 3B8/DG5MMW AF-049
from Mauritius Island. Activity will be possibly holiday style on the HF bands. QSL via his home callsign, by the Bureau or direct.
1/11 15/11 VANUATU; YJHA OC-035
from Efate Island by HA5UK and HA5AO. Activity is planned for 160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK and SSTV modes. Depending on "local circumstances and possibilities", they may also go and operate for one day from Emae Island (OC-111). More details, like station setup, antennas, etc. will be forthcoming in due time. A Web site is now active at http://ha5ao.novolab.hu/
A survey is available for band and mode needs. Also an online log will be available on this site. QSL via HA5UK, direct, by the Bureau and LoTW.
2/11 11/11 BURUNDI; 9UA
by DL7DF, DL4WK, DL7VEE and DL7UFR). They will be active with two stations on 160-10 metres CW and SSB, plus one station dedicated to RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV. QSL for both callsigns via DL7DF, direct or bureau. More information and on-line logs at http://www.dl7df.com/
15/11 18/12 MADAGASCAR; 5R8IC AF-090
from Saint Marie Island by F6ICX. Activity will be holiday style, operating CW, RTTY, and PSK63, and using 100 watts into various GPs or Inverted-Ls and a Hexbeam for 20-10 meters. There will be no online log during his activity. QSL via his home callsign
17/11 30/11 THE GAMBIA; C5C and C52C
by the OMC Contest Crew including a Multi-Multi entry in the CQ WW DX CW Contest as C5A. Nine operators (OK1DIX, OK1DO, OK1FFU, OK1NY, OK1RI, OK8WW/OM2TW, OM2RA, OM5AW and OM6NM) will run up to six stations at the same time. QSL for all callsigns via OM2FY, direct or bureau. Further information and updates at http://www.om0c.com/
17/11 1/12 PALMYRA ISLAND & JARVIS; N5E OC-081
from Jarvis Island (dates depending on weather and sea conditions). A large group of operators will staff 12 stations on CW, SSB and RTTY on 160-6 metres. Applications for the required government permits have been submitted to the US Fish & Wildlife Service. No individual contributions are being solicited until the permits have been received.
18/11 22/11 VENEZUELA; YW5LF SA-059
from Los Frailes Islands. QSL via DM4TI. More details are forthcoming.
18/11 1/12 THE GAMBIA; C50C or C52C
by members of the Czech and Slovak OMC Contest Crew. The special callsign C5A will be reserved for the CQWW DX CW Contest. The team members of The Gambia 2010 DXpedition are OK8WW/OM2TW, OK1RI, OM5AW, OM6NM, OM2RA, OK1DO, OK1DIX, OK1FFU and OK1NY. For more details and updates, visit their Web at  http://www.om0c.com/?Gambia_2010_-_C5A/
from St.Eustatius. They will operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 160-10 metres. QSL via home calls. A dedicated website is under construction.
19/11 5/12 KERMADEC IS; ZL8X OC-039
from Raoul Island by the core team of the very successful DXpeditions to Norfolk Island in 2007 (VK9DNX) and Willis Island in 2008 (VK9DWX), plus a few high experienced operators, will be active in November. According to the preliminary schedule, thirteen  operators, DJ5IW, DJ9RR, DK1II, DL1MGB, DL3DXX, DL5CW, DL5LYM, DL5XL, DL6FBL, DL8LAS, DL8OH, SP5XVY and SV2KBS expect to be QRV with seven high power stations on 160-10 metres CW, SSB and RTTY. Further information, including log search and an Online QSL Request System (OQRS) for either bureau and direct cards, can be found at http://www.kermadec.de/
from St. Maarten by  K1GI/JN3NFQ.  Activity will be "family style" on 80-10 meters including 30/17/12 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes. His equipment will be a FT-450 using a dipole for 40/20m, Deltaloop for 15/10m and a Buddipole for 80/30/17/12m. QSL via JG2BRI, by the Bureau or direct (See detail on QRZ.com). Remember, the Netherlands Antilles will cease to exist as a country as October 10th, and St. Maarten is possibly another new entity for the DXCC Award.
20/11 29/11 BAHAMAS; C6ATA
by K2KW. Activity will be mainly CW on 40 meters and the 30/17/12 meter bands. He will also be in the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 27-28th) as a Single-Op/Single-Band/Low-Power entry. QSL via WA4WTG.
22/11 30/11 ST. BARTHELEMY; FJ/VE3EY NA-164>
Activity will be on 160-10 meters using CW, RTTY and SSB. He will also be in the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 27-28th) as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. QSL via VE3EY.
24/11 28/11 MICRONESIA; V63YT OC-010
from Pohnpei by JE1SCJ, including activity during the CQ WW DX CW Contest. He plans to be QRV on 160-6m mostly CW, with some SSB, RTTY and PSK31, using 100 watts, wire antennas and a yagi for 6m. Outside the contest he will focus on 160, 30, 17 and 12 metres. Suggested frequencies are 1824 (QSX up/down), 3510 (QSX up), 7010, 10110, 14010,18080, 21010, 24900, 28010 and 50090 kHz. QSL via JE1SCJ, direct or bureau.
26/11 30/11 EAST MALAYSIA; 9M6/KMO OC-088 
from Kinarut, Sabah (WLOTA 0119, Grid Loc. OJ85AT). His main activity will be the CQWW DX CW Contest (November 27-28th) as a Single-Op/All-Band entry. He has work to do on the antennas for 80 and 160 meters, so he will be emphasizing those bands before and after the contest. QSL via LoTW, by the Bureau or KM0O.
26/11 6/12 VIETNAM; XV AS-128
from Phu Quoc Island by DL7DF with XYL. Activity will be on 160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV. Hes equipment will consists of a transceivers K2, a XV600, some lowband verticals and dipoles, a HF9V, and some beverage antennas. QSL via DL7DF, direct or by the German DARC QSL Bureau.
5/12 13/12 ST. LUCIA; J6/homecall NA-108
by K4MK, K8EAB, N4LA, N7UN, NX8L, W3FF, W4OKW and W7ZT. There will be three fixed stations active on 160-10 metres CW, SSB, and RTTY. At the same time, several teams will be battery-only, field portable either from St Lucia beaches or mountain tops. The group is applying for a unique J6BP callsign for the ARRL 10 Meter Contest (11-12 December). QSL via LoTW, eQSL, or direct to the operator's home call. Further information can be found at  http://sites.google.com/site/caribbeanbuddies/                                                  
6/1 24/1 SPRATLY IS; DXDX AS-051
from Pagasa Island by VK3FY and a multi-national team of about 30 operators from nine countries divided up into three groups will be active on all bands and modes. The plan is to have four CW stations, four SSB, two RTTY/digital modes and one VHF/UHF station. QSL via N2OO. Visit the DX9DX page at http://www.dx0dx.net/
from the South Orkney Islands by K9ZO, ND2T, 9V1YC, K0IR, N1DG, N0AX, W3WL, N6MZ, I8NHJ, N4GRN, WB9Z, W7EW, K6AW, EY8MM and VE3EJ on all HF bands 160m-10m using SSB, CW and RTTY. QSL Manager is Garry, VE3XN. The website for the DXpedition is at http://www.vp8o.com/ 
4/2 17/2 SAO TOME & PRINCIPE; S9DX AF-023
from Ilheu das Rolas by DD2ML, DF1AL, DK1AX, DL2JRM, DL7VEE, DM2AYO and DM5TI. They plan to operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 160-6 metres with three stations and an emphasis on the low bands, CW and RTTY. QSL via DL1RTL. Further information can be found at http://s9dx.hkmann.de/
Four Dutch radio amateurs will be active for three weeks in March 2011. PA3A, PA3AN, PA8AD and PD0CAV plan to operate, hopefully as 9L5MS, on 160-10 metres CW, SSB and RTTY, using three stations with amplifers and several beam and vertical antennas. QSL via PA3AWW, direct or bureau. An OQRS for direct cards will be available on the expedition's website. Further information on the project can be found at www.sierraleone2011.com/sl_2011/home.php
1/3 17/3 WEST KIRIBATI; T3AQ and T3RH OC-017
from Tarawa Island by SP5EAQ and SP5DRH. Activity will be on all bands 160-10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. SP5DRH, will focus mainly on 160 meters and 30 meters RTTY, with some 80 meters. SP5EAQ is a SSB operator and will operate on the remaining bands. They will have two separate stations using Elecraft K3/100 with 600w amps. Antennas are: 18m high Spiderbeam poles (few 9m long poles) and a GP5 antenna by SP7GXP. They will try to operate at the same time. SP5EWY, will be their pilot station for this operation. QSL via their home callsigns. For more details and update, visit their Web site at http://www.sp5drh.com/t30/
23/3 30/3 BELIZE; V31MM, V31PM and V31GB
from Placentia by WB2REM, W4PGM and KD2JA. During the 2011 CQ WPX SSB Contest (March 26-27th), they will use the callsign V31MM. Prior to the contest and after the contest, they will be operating under their own individual callsigns. QSL direct only to each operator's callsign. QSL V31MM via Jim/WB2REM, V31GB via Glenn/KD2JA and V31PM via Paul/W4PGM. Operators will be on both CW and SSB, 160-6 meters with a concentration on the 30/17/12 meter bands and 6 meters. When QSLing, please supply a SASE (from stateside) or (Overseas) Self Addressed Envelope (SAE) with either a green stamp depending on the U.S. Air Mail Rate at the time or an IRC. This will ensure you will receive a response to your QSL request.
30/3 2/4 MARIANA IS; WE8A/KH and K8RLY/KH OC-086
from Northern Mariana Island. WE8A will focus on 80-6 meters including the 30/17/12 meter bands, using CW and SSB, while K8RLY will operate only SSB including the AM mode if requested. QSL ONLY direct to their JA addresses.
9/4 22/4 REUNION ISLAND; TO2Z AF-016
by F4FLF. He states that this is a holiday style operation and not a DXpedition. He does mention that he will be on every evening operating on SSB, PSK and RTTY. QSL via his home callsign.
21/7 25/7 ALASKA; KL NA-242
from the North Slope County West group of Alaska are planning by K6VVA and K9AJ, with a possible side trip to the rare NA-172 group. Further information and a dedicated web site are expected in due course.
1/10 10/10 CONWAY REEF; 3D2C OC-112
by YT1AD, K3LP and friends. Activity will be on 160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, SSTV and PSK31. They will also be on 6 and 2 meters using EME using WSJT65 A,B,C on the following frequencies:
50.375 MHz and 144.375 MHz. BEACON on 50 MHz at 50.095 MHz.
The following are suggested frequencies:
CW - 1820, 3503, 7005, 10105, 14025, 18075, 21025, 24895 and 28025
SSB - 1835, 3795, 5403.5, 7082, 14190, 18150, 21295, 24950 and 28495
RTTY - 1835, 3582, 7035, 10145, 14081, 18100, 21081, 24920 and 28081
SSTV - 3723, 7035, 14230, 21335 and 28680
PSK31 - 1835, 3582, 7035, 10145, 14081, 18100, 21081, 24920 and 28081 kHz
QSL Manager is YT1AD. QSL by the Bureau or direct to: Dr. Hrane Milosevic, 36206 Vitanovac, Serbia (PLEASE send: QSL + SAE + SASE w/1 IRC or 1 USD for normal post, 2 USDs for airmail).
The 3D2C Web page is up and running (some parts still under construction) at http://www.yt1ad.info/3d2c/index.html
CW: 28040, 24920, 21040, 18098, 14040, 10115, 7030 and 3530.
SSB: 28560, 28460, 24950, 21260, 18128, 14260, 7055 and 3755.
The frequencies are NOT exclusive to IOTA!
IOTA net Saturdays at 1300z on 14260 and Sundays at 1300z on 21260!
SM3CVM 2010-September 25




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