Our 12 man team is pleased to announce another DXpedition
into the Pacific Ocean – Marshall Islands, Majuro, IOTA OC-029,
from October 13 to October 28, 2015 (UTC)
We will be QRV from 160 to 6 m in CW, SSB and RTTY with four simultaneous stations around the clock.
Bulletin #2 – (May 25, 2015)
The team welcomes Werner, DJ9KH, as another experienced dx-peditioner. We want to operate four simultaneous stations with small light weight amps for full two weeks 24/7.
After the DXpedition we will open an OQRS. QSL-Manager is DL4SVA. LoTW will follow 6 months later.
A daily log update is planned.
Bulletin # 1 – (April 28, 2015)
After T30D in 2014 our group goes to Majuro, Marshall Islands, in October 2015. We will get our license at arrival. The call sign V73D is promised. All flights are booked and accommodation is reserved. Our 11 team members and the technical part are well prepared to start another DXpedition. We will do a serious effort in CW, SSB and RTTY from 160 to 6 m.
We say a big Thank You to all of our friends who helped to organize this new adventure.
Equipment considerations, subject to availability:
Elecraft K3, FINN FET PA, Elecraft KPA 500, HL-1.1KFX
microHAM MK-II, Expert 1,3k-FA
5-band Spiderbeams, 60-ft-verticals, 35-ft-verticals
UcxLog network logging, W3NQN filters
All the equipment is private property by the team members.
||1,814.5 up||1,849 up||–|
|80m||3,526 up||3,805 down||3,595 up|
|40m||7,026 up||7,095 7,182 up&dwn||7,046 up&dwn|
|30m||10,119 up||–||10,137 up|
|20m||14,026 up||14,210 up||14,090 up|
|17m||18,086 up||18,120 up||18,099 up|
|15m||21,026 up||21,275 up||21,090 up|
|12m||24,906 up||24,955 up||24,918 up|
|10m||28,026 up||28,465 up||28,090 up|
|6m||50,120 up||50,120 up||–|
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