“Be advised that we will operating from two sites over a mile distance from each other. Most of the time we will have two stations operating on the same band (one from each site). Usually this will be different modes; however, there are times when possibly we will have two stations on the same band AND same mode with appropriate frequency separation. Thus, not a “pirate”…it is really CY9C.
The team arrives on Tuesday/Wednesday in Dingwall, NS – the take-off location.”
CY9C – St. Paul Island 19 – 29 August
The CY9C dxpedition team is very busy with last minute details and packing. All equipment will begin the journey to our take off point in Nova Scotia 13/14 August. We plan to be partially on the air on 19 August and fully operational 20 Aug. The home page of our website has a link for those who desire to check the log. Log data will be posted LIVE. We will be using ClubLog and OQRS. Direct QSL via WA4DAN.
Activating 60m for the first time from St. Paul is exciting for the team. And, while conditions will be a challenge for 160m, the team is energized to give it a serious effort. Also, be assured we will pay attention to the long and/or difficult propagation paths on all bands when conditions are workable. We look forward to working not only the more common bands CW/SSB/RTTY, but also 6m, 2m EME and Satellite.