Friday, January 30, 2009

fb signals from FW5RE Wallis Island

It's been a couple of days that FW5RE team is on air from Wallis Island.The signals coming through during our sunrise and sunset are great.Always 599 copy on 80m,40m,30m and 20m as well.The team updates a website with news,photos and online logbook at

Good luck all
de SV2DCD Leo

Monday, January 19, 2009

Norway gets 4 m allocation !

LB9VE reports

We will get access to 70,0-70.5 MHz, in the same way as Denmark. Some of the "channels" are in use by PMR, and we will get acces to them, when they become available.

Link (in Norwegian):
Google translated:

Monday, January 12, 2009

CN3A & 5D5A Log Online Search

CN3A - 5D5A qso`s are also in the LoTW from ARRL, thanks to Spiros SV8CS

Saturday, January 10, 2009

4m band news.Denmark increases allocation again.

Bo,OZ2M reports

As of 1 January 2009 Danish radio amateurs can also use the 70,225 MHz channel, i.e. the segment 70,2125-70,2375 MHz. This also means that two smaller segments are now joined into one segment 100 kHz wide.

For more details see the Danish bandplan:

Saturday, January 3, 2009 & Announcement

Al,K3TKJ reports

December 31, 2008

Dear fellow hams,

After 13 years of providing hams with no cost web space, e-mail forwarding and mailing list services through and, I have decided to retire. All and servers and Internet connections at my home QTH are being turned down.

Scott KA9FOX has graciously decided to pick up where I left off, and he is in the process of migrating all services to new hardware. See below for an update on the status of the migration.

I want to thank all of you for all of your support over the years, and I hope that you will support Scott as he takes over the reigns.

See you on the air!

73 - Al Waller, K3TKJ

Friday, January 2, 2009

E44M on the air

Nice signals coming through from the E44M team.
The team is active since this afternoon.I worked them on 40m and 20m cw and ssb.
More info about the dxpedition here
Good luck all