Celebrating 100 years of WWV

Celebrating 100 years of WWV 1919-2019

Hello and welcome!

The Northern Colorado Amateur Radio Club and the WWV ARC will operate a special event radio station to commemorate the 100th anniversary of radio station WWV this fall, operating from September 28 through October 2, 2019.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will hold a recognition ceremony at WWV on October 1, 2019.

That’s 11 weeks from now.

The goal is to make as many U.S. and world-wide contacts during the 120-hour period as possible, using multiple bands and multiple modes on at least 4 simultaneous transmitters. Many operator hours will be required and volunteer operators are encouraged to apply. Many time slots have been filled. We still have open slots on Tuesday October 1 and Wednesday, October 2, if interested.

WW0WWV will also operate a Get On The Air station for facilitating school, museum, and special contacts over the 5 days of operation.

Our efforts have been helped immensely by loans of equipment from Elecraft, Flex Radio, and SteppIR, as well as tremendous support being provided by Rocky Mountain Ham, the Colorado Civil Air Patrol, and local club members.

Visit our Facebook (WWV100 @WWV100) and Twitter (@WWV_100) sites as well.

We welcome volunteers and encourage you to complete a volunteer application and join the project! See the links under the Main Menu to the right.

Support WW0WWV with a DONATION

Help support our special event station, WW0WWV

FT8DMC SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS 2019 #ft8 #ft8dmc #dx

To commemorate our 2nd anniversary, eight special event stations will be on air during the FT8DMC Activity Days from 10 to 24 August. All stations will bear the FTDMC or FTDM suffix, referring to the second anniversary of the FT8 Digital Mode Club. Special QSL-cards will confirm all QSO’s and all logs will be uploaded to LoTW and eQSL.

The following stations will be active:

A91FTDMC (Bahrain, Operator A92AA, QSL via A92AA)

II8FTDM (Italy, Operator IK8YFU, QSL via IK8YFU)

LX8FTDM (Luxembourg, Operators LX1TI, LX1JH, LX1HD, QSL via LX1TI)

OD5FTDMC (Lebanon, Operator OD5TE, QSL via K3IRV)

OE19FTDMC (Austria, Operators OE1SGU and OE4VIE, QSL via OE1SGU)

TM8FTDM (France, Operators F1ULQ and F4ESV, QSL via F1ULQ)

TO8FTDM (Guadeloupe, Operator FG8OJ, QSL via F1ULQ)

ZL6FTDMC (New Zealand, Operator ZL1MVL, QSL via F1ULQ)

An FTDMC Anniversary Award can be earned by working the FTDMC and FTDM stations and collecting points applicable for various award classes:

Bronze: 10 QSO’s with at least 3 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Silver: 15 QSO’s with at least 4 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Gold: 20 QSO’s with at least 5 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Platinum: 30 QSO’s with all activated ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations.

Please note: working the same station on the same band in the same mode is a ‘dupe’ QSO and will not be considered for the award. The award will be available for free in a digital format.

How to obtain this award? Use UAAC software () for the application.

For updates, membership etc. please check our Website http://www.ft8dmc.eu

73 and have fun chasing

Jo, OE4VIE, President

Hannes, OE1SGU, Vice President/PR manager FT8DMC

PS:

Some of the Special event Stations will not only operate FT8 but also SSB, CW or any other Mode! FT8ers are open-minded people who do not exclude anyone or any activity!

FT8DMC SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS 2019 #ft8 #ft8dmc #dx

To commemorate our 2nd anniversary, eight special event stations will be on air during the FT8DMC Activity Days from 10 to 24 August. All stations will bear the FTDMC or FTDM suffix, referring to the second anniversary of the FT8 Digital Mode Club. Special QSL-cards will confirm all QSO’s and all logs will be uploaded to LoTW and eQSL.

The following stations will be active:

A91FTDMC (Bahrain, Operator A92AA, QSL via A92AA)

II8FTDM (Italy, Operator IK8YFU, QSL via IK8YFU)

LX8FTDM (Luxembourg, Operators LX1TI, LX1JH, LX1HD, QSL via LX1TI)

OD5FTDMC (Lebanon, Operator OD5TE, QSL via K3IRV)

OE19FTDMC (Austria, Operators OE1SGU and OE4VIE, QSL via OE1SGU)

TM8FTDM (France, Operators F1ULQ and F4ESV, QSL via F1ULQ)

TO8FTDM (Guadeloupe, Operator FG8OJ, QSL via F1ULQ)

ZL6FTDMC (New Zealand, Operator ZL1MVL, QSL via F1ULQ)

An FTDMC Anniversary Award can be earned by working the FTDMC and FTDM stations and collecting points applicable for various award classes:

Bronze: 10 QSO’s with at least 3 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Silver: 15 QSO’s with at least 4 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Gold: 20 QSO’s with at least 5 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Platinum: 30 QSO’s with all activated ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations.

Please note: working the same station on the same band in the same mode is a ‘dupe’ QSO and will not be considered for the award. The award will be available for free in a digital format.

How to obtain this award? Use UAAC software () for the application.

For updates, membership etc. please check our Website http://www.ft8dmc.eu

73 and have fun chasing

Jo, OE4VIE, President

Hannes, OE1SGU, Vice President/PR manager FT8DMC

PS:

Some of the Special event Stations will not only operate FT8 but also SSB, CW or any other Mode! FT8ers are open-minded people who do not exclude anyone or any activity!

FT8DMC SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS 2019 #ft8 #ft8dmc #dx

To commemorate our 2nd anniversary, eight special event stations will be on air during the FT8DMC Activity Days from 10 to 24 August. All stations will bear the FTDMC or FTDM suffix, referring to the second anniversary of the FT8 Digital Mode Club. Special QSL-cards will confirm all QSO’s and all logs will be uploaded to LoTW and eQSL.

The following stations will be active:

A91FTDMC (Bahrain, Operator A92AA, QSL via A92AA)

II8FTDM (Italy, Operator IK8YFU, QSL via IK8YFU)

LX8FTDM (Luxembourg, Operators LX1TI, LX1JH, LX1HD, QSL via LX1TI)

OD5FTDMC (Lebanon, Operator OD5TE, QSL via K3IRV)

OE19FTDMC (Austria, Operators OE1SGU and OE4VIE, QSL via OE1SGU)

TM8FTDM (France, Operators F1ULQ and F4ESV, QSL via F1ULQ)

TO8FTDM (Guadeloupe, Operator FG8OJ, QSL via F1ULQ)

ZL6FTDMC (New Zealand, Operator ZL1MVL, QSL via F1ULQ)

An FTDMC Anniversary Award can be earned by working the FTDMC and FTDM stations and collecting points applicable for various award classes:

Bronze: 10 QSO’s with at least 3 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Silver: 15 QSO’s with at least 4 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Gold: 20 QSO’s with at least 5 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Platinum: 30 QSO’s with all activated ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations.

Please note: working the same station on the same band in the same mode is a ‘dupe’ QSO and will not be considered for the award. The award will be available for free in a digital format.

How to obtain this award? Use UAAC software () for the application.

For updates, membership etc. please check our Website http://www.ft8dmc.eu

73 and have fun chasing

Jo, OE4VIE, President

Hannes, OE1SGU, Vice President/PR manager FT8DMC

PS:

Some of the Special event Stations will not only operate FT8 but also SSB, CW or any other Mode! FT8ers are open-minded people who do not exclude anyone or any activity!

FT8DMC ANNIVERSARY ACTIVITY WEEKS 2019 #ft8 #ftdmc #award #dx

To commemorate our 2nd anniversary, eight special event stations will be on air during the FT8DMC Activity Days from 10 to 24 August. All stations will bear the FTDMC or FTDM suffix, referring to the second anniversary of the FT8 Digital Mode Club. Special QSL-cards will confirm all QSO’s and all logs will be uploaded to LoTW and eQSL.

The following stations will be active:

A91FTDMC (Bahrain, Operator A92AA, QSL via A92AA)

II8FTDM (Italy, Operator IK8YFU, QSL via IK8YFU)

LX8FTDM (Luxembourg, Operators LX1TI, LX1JH, LX1HD, QSL via LX1TI)

OD5FTDMC (Lebanon, Operator OD5TE, QSL via K3IRV)

OE19FTDMC (Austria, Operators OE1SGU and OE4VIE, QSL via OE1SGU)

TM8FTDM (France, Operators F1ULQ and F4ESV, QSL via F1ULQ)

TO8FTDM (Guadeloupe, Operator FG8OJ, QSL via F1ULQ)

ZL6FTDMC (New Zealand, Operator ZL1MVL, QSL via F1ULQ)

An FTDMC Anniversary Award can be earned by working the FTDMC and FTDM stations and collecting points applicable for various award classes:

Bronze: 10 QSO’s with at least 3 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Silver: 15 QSO’s with at least 4 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Gold: 20 QSO’s with at least 5 different special ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations

Platinum: 30 QSO’s with all activated ‘FTDMC/FTDM’ stations.

Please note: working the same station on the same band in the same mode is a ‘dupe’ QSO and will not be considered for the award. The award will be available for free in a digital format.

How to obtain this award? Use UAAC software (https://epc-mc.eu/index.php?lang=de) for the application.

For updates, membership etc. please check our Website http://www.ft8dmc.eu

73 and have fun chasing

Jo, OE4VIE, President

Hannes, OE1SGU, Vice President/PR manager FT8DMC

PS:

Some of the Special event Stations will not only operate FT8 but also SSB, CW or any other Mode! FT8ers are open-minded people who do not exclude anyone or any activity!

Que buena noticia para los Radio aficionados de EA (Solicitud de distintivo de llamada con sufijo de una letra) @ea5by @ea5bb @ure_es

Tras mucho tiempo esperando esta noticia, por fin la URE ha conseguido que la Administración haya puesto a disposición de todos los asociados y radioaficionados en general, la resolución para la asignación de distintivos de una letra.

Después de conseguir incluir en el reglamento del año 2013 la posible asignación de indicativos de una letra, y tras más de cinco años batallando con la Administración con la presentación de numerosos anteproyectos para el desarrollo y aplicación de esta normativa, finalmente ha visto la luz.

De acuerdo con lo establecido en el artículo 27.3 del Reglamento de uso del dominio público radioeléctrico por radioaficionados, aprobado por Orden IET/1311/2013, de 9 de julio, a través de la Resolución de 12 de julio de 2019, de la Secretaría de Estado para el Avance Digital, se establece el procedimiento administrativo y se fija el plazo para la presentación de solicitudes para la asignación de distintivos de llamada de radioaficionado con sufijo de una letra.

El plazo para la presentación de las solicitudes será de sesenta días naturales a partir de la fecha de entrada en vigor de la presente resolución. La presente resolución entra en vigor el día siguiente al de su publicación en el Boletín Oficial del Estado (Miércoles, 17 de julio de 2019).

Los solicitantes de distintivos de llamada con sufijo de una letra presentarán su solicitud a través del enlace «Solicitud de distintivo de llamada de radioaficionado con sufijo de una letra» que se encuentra disponible en la sede electrónica del Ministerio de Economía y Empresa, adjuntando solicitud según modelo que figura como anexo de la resolución, así como el resto de documentación adicional acreditativa de los requisitos establecidos en el apartado segundo de dicha resolución.

Para descargarte la Resolución de 12 de julio de 2019, de la Secretaría de Estado para el Avance Digital y ver el procedimiento administrativo, hacer clic aquí.

Summary of DX Activity since 2019-07-05 #Clublog

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Club Log DX Report for the period 2019-07-05 to 2019-07-12

This report is sent to the Club Log Google Group every 7 days. It’s also available daily at 14:30Z from https://clublog.org/dxreport.html.

It contains a summary of band conditions and activity, based on the data that you and other Club Log users have uploaded. If you have any suggestions or feedback on this report, please email Michael G7VJR at michael.

Solar activity

The following data are recorded for the Solar Flux Index (SFI), A-index and K-index.

Date SFI A K
2019-07-12 67 8 2
2019-07-11 68 15 2
2019-07-10 68 17 3
2019-07-09 67 9 2
2019-07-08 67 5 1
2019-07-07 67 3 1
2019-07-06 67 5 1

Active expeditions

The following table lists the 15 most recent expeditions to use Club Log.

Callsign DXCC Last QSO # QSOs % Unique DXLite
OJ0A MARKET REEF 2019-07-10 02:07 8,402 65.01 magnify-2x.png
9Y4/OK2ZI TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 2019-07-07 02:53 3,832 67.64 magnify-2x.png
6Y3Y JAMAICA 2019-06-28 14:16 1,098 60.02 magnify-2x.png
ZF2CJ CAYMAN ISLANDS 2019-06-26 18:19 1,643 44.37 magnify-2x.png
HZ1FI SAUDI ARABIA 2019-06-22 09:02 58,648 41.68 magnify-2x.png
V6K MICRONESIA 2019-06-21 07:29 1,644 63.99 magnify-2x.png
S9A SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 2019-06-18 06:30 28,020 35.60 magnify-2x.png
3D2CR FIJI ISLANDS 2019-06-09 12:18 33,829 22.86 magnify-2x.png
E31A ERITREA 2019-06-03 11:41 37,428 36.72 magnify-2x.png
OG0C ALAND ISLANDS 2019-05-28 10:12 31,207 49.71 magnify-2x.png
C4W CYPRUS 2019-05-26 23:59 144,253 36.33 magnify-2x.png
HR5/F2JD HONDURAS 2019-05-14 00:48 74,766 44.70 magnify-2x.png
J68HZ SAINT LUCIA 2019-05-11 06:58 42,762 40.18 magnify-2x.png
TO19A REUNION ISLAND 2019-05-08 05:41 15,620 41.70 magnify-2x.png
Z66Z REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO 2019-04-22 04:49 5,517 68.08 magnify-2x.png

Most active modes

This chart illustrates which modes are being used most heavily during the period of this report.

Mode % Use QSOs Graph
FT8 64.91 224,412 bar3.png
SSB 15.36 53,099 bar3.png
CW 14.33 49,554 bar3.png
RTTY 4.27 14,772 bar3.png
FM 0.34 1,177 bar3.png
PSK 0.23 791 bar3.png
FT4 0.14 491 bar3.png
MFSK 0.11 389 bar3.png
JT65 0.06 206 bar3.png
ROS 0.03 99 bar3.png
MSK144 0.03 98 bar3.png
SSTV 0.02 77 bar3.png
DSTAR 0.02 53 bar3.png
All other 0.14 496 bar3.png

Most active bands

This chart illustrates which bands are being used most heavily during the period of this report, and the proportion of QSOs which are DX (crossing continents) in red.

Band QSOs % DX Graph
160M 1,087 12.05 bar1.pngbar2.png
80M 15,260 13.84 bar1.pngbar2.png
60M 5,007 29.66 bar1.pngbar2.png
40M 66,665 25.06 bar1.pngbar2.png
30M 32,482 43.06 bar1.pngbar2.png
20M 114,707 38.62 bar1.pngbar2.png
17M 25,892 36.57 bar1.pngbar2.png
15M 18,505 27.30 bar1.pngbar2.png
12M 7,608 20.12 bar1.pngbar2.png
10M 21,786 15.01 bar1.pngbar2.png
6M 28,137 21.36 bar1.pngbar2.png
4M 524 0.38 bar1.pngbar2.png
2M 5,239 2.23 bar1.pngbar2.png

The total number of QSOs uploaded to Club Log during this period was 342,899.

Most active OQRS accounts

This table lists the most active callsigns using the Club Log Online QSL Request system in the period of this report.

Callsign DXCC # QSLs OQRS
3D2CR FIJI ISLANDS 323 cart-2x.png
E31A ERITREA 135 cart-2x.png
E44WE PALESTINE 122 cart-2x.png
RI1OM EUROPEAN RUSSIA 108 cart-2x.png
9Y4/OK2ZI TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 71 cart-2x.png
5T5PA MAURITANIA 61 cart-2x.png
T2AR TUVALU 51 cart-2x.png
R205NEW EUROPEAN RUSSIA 49 cart-2x.png
E6AF NIUE 45 cart-2x.png
R26RRC EUROPEAN RUSSIA 41 cart-2x.png
Z81D REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN 38 cart-2x.png
SF2CW SWEDEN 38 cart-2x.png
S21SM BANGLADESH 36 cart-2x.png
S01WS WESTERN SAHARA 34 cart-2x.png
V84SAA BRUNEI 32 cart-2x.png

QSO matches for rare entities

The following callsigns have matched QSOs in Club Log in the period of this report. This normally indicates that the DX log has been uploaded to Club Log recently.

Callsign DXCC Rank # Matches DXLite
S21SM BANGLADESH 76 94 magnify-2x.png
T2AR TUVALU 77 1,472 magnify-2x.png
Z81D REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN 82 65 magnify-2x.png
YJ0GC VANUATU 86 1 magnify-2x.png
XX9D MACAO 96 324 magnify-2x.png
JD1BHA OGASAWARA 108 2 magnify-2x.png
ET3AA ETHIOPIA 113 53 magnify-2x.png
E44WE PALESTINE 114 691 magnify-2x.png
9Q6BB DEM. REP. OF THE CONGO 126 7 magnify-2x.png
5W1SA SAMOA 140 24 magnify-2x.png
5X7W UGANDA 142 3 magnify-2x.png
PU0FDN FERNANDO DE NORONHA 148 1 magnify-2x.png
3A2MW MONACO 157 16 magnify-2x.png
5H2DK TANZANIA 162 2,235 magnify-2x.png
HH2AA HAITI 164 1 magnify-2x.png
KH0/KC0W MARIANA ISLANDS 169 10 magnify-2x.png
OJ0A MARKET REEF 174 1,067 magnify-2x.png
5T5PA MAURITANIA 176 369 magnify-2x.png
5R8UI MADAGASCAR 179 19 magnify-2x.png
4S6RYD SRI LANKA 183 2 magnify-2x.png
9M8DEN EAST MALAYSIA 193 5 magnify-2x.png
VP2ETE ANGUILLA 195 1 magnify-2x.png
FK8CE NEW CALEDONIA 200 17 magnify-2x.png
JY5HX JORDAN 207 33 magnify-2x.png
OY1CT FAROE ISLANDS 209 40 magnify-2x.png

QSOs with rare entities (including unmatched)

These QSOs are unverified but may give a clue as to activity by rare DX stations in the period of this report.

Callsign DXCC Rank # QSOs # Spots DXLite
E51WL NORTH COOK ISLANDS 61 20 5 magnify-2x.png
S21SM BANGLADESH 76 23 62 magnify-2x.png
T2AR TUVALU 77 42 23 magnify-2x.png
Z81D REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN 82 48 25 magnify-2x.png
JD1BHA OGASAWARA 108 7 12 magnify-2x.png
JF7MTO/JD1 OGASAWARA 108 8 3 magnify-2x.png
E44WE PALESTINE 114 346 635 magnify-2x.png
XU7AKJ CAMBODIA 115 46 1 magnify-2x.png
XW4XR LAOS 121 29 29 magnify-2x.png
3DA0VV SWAZILAND 127 15 15 magnify-2x.png
S92HP SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 134 122 97 magnify-2x.png
S79KW SEYCHELLES ISLANDS 141 14 9 magnify-2x.png
AP2NK PAKISTAN 151 2 1 magnify-2x.png
3A2MW MONACO 157 9 10 magnify-2x.png
HH2AA HAITI 164 3 9 magnify-2x.png
HH2JR HAITI 164 9 1 magnify-2x.png
9G2HO GHANA 167 164 79 magnify-2x.png
KH0/KC0W MARIANA ISLANDS 169 11 2 magnify-2x.png
K0W MARIANA ISLANDS 169 31 95 magnify-2x.png
E51BQ SOUTH COOK ISLANDS 171 9 6 magnify-2x.png
XV1X VIET NAM 173 4 49 magnify-2x.png
OJ0BH MARKET REEF 174 3 1 magnify-2x.png
OJ0B MARKET REEF 174 78 40 magnify-2x.png
OJ0Z MARKET REEF 174 107 366 magnify-2x.png
OJ0A MARKET REEF 174 512 807 magnify-2x.png
5T5PA MAURITANIA 176 254 194 magnify-2x.png
S01WS WESTERN SAHARA 178 4 38 magnify-2x.png
4S7VG SRI LANKA 183 12 5 magnify-2x.png
4S7AB SRI LANKA 183 24 13 magnify-2x.png

The information in this report is generated from the data stored in Club Log’s database. Thanks for participating, and good DX!

73, Michael G7VJR

https://clublog.org

Sprint URE HQ 2019 EF4HQ @ure_es @hk3w @5k3w @ea5bb @ea5by

Sprint URE HQ 2019 – EF4HQ

– Objetivo: La Unión de Radioaficionados Españoles (URE) pone en marcha la concesión de un diploma especial para agradecer a las estaciones españolas y extranjeras la mayor cantidad de comunicados con la estación especial EF4HQ que saldrá en el aire durante el «IARU HF Championship 2019» por las distintas bandas/modos:

– Fecha y hora: Serán válidos los contactos realizados entre las 1200 UTC del sábado 13 de julio hasta las 1200 UTC del domingo 14 de julio de 2019 con la estación EF4HQ

– Intercambio: En cada contacto con la estación EF4HQ que representa a la URE se enviarán las señales RST y la zona ITU correspondiente. Animamos a los participantes en el Diploma a que participen también activamente en el concurso IARU HF Championship 2019.

– Categorías:

Categoría Oro: Al contactar con la estación EF4HQ en las seis bandas (160, 80, 40, 20, 15 y 10 metros) y en los modos SSB y CW (12 contactos en total).

Categoría Plata: Al realizar 10 contactos no duplicados con la estación EF4HQ en cualquier modo y banda.

Categoría Bronce: Al realizar 5 contactos no duplicados con la estación EF4HQ en cualquier modo y banda.

– Premios: (Se premiará la velocidad al realizar los comunicados).

• Las 25 estaciones más rápidas en contactar con la estación EF4HQ de la categoría oro del diploma (12 qsos) recibirán una Camiseta oficial del HQ español.

• Diploma en papel a las 3 primeras estaciones que contacten con la estación EF4HQ en cada categoría (oro, plata y bronde).

• Diploma electrónico (PDF) para todos los participantes que al menos realicen 5 QSO.

– Envío de listas: Los no socios de URE que participen activamente en el Diploma deberán comunicarlo al correo electrónico hf una vez finalizado el concurso en un periodo menor de 15 días. Los socios de URE no necesitan enviar su lista; una vez cruzado el log de la estación EF4HQ, desde URE enviaremos a cada ganador su premio.

13 Colonies Special Event Begins Today!

The 2019 Thirteen Colonies Special Event begins today! There are stations in each of the states that grew from the original Thirteen Colonies plus two bonus stations – WM3PEN in Philadelphia, PA and a GB13COL in the United Kingdom. We have a great team of operators for the New Hampshire Colony this year. You can check them out here. You can…
— Leer en stationproject.blog/2019/07/01/13-colonies-special-event-begins-today/

New microHAM Remote Control Suite #microham #remote #control #suite

microHAM REMOTE Control Suite

(preview)

We are proud to introduce preview of future REMOTE Control Suite, products for complete control of your hamshack.

The Suite consists oftwo hardware devices, REMOTE SERVER located at the remotely controlled hamshack and REMOTE PAD (client interface), at operator place anywhere in the world, connected together using Internet network. Both devices are self contained and neither needs a computer to work.

REMOTE SERVER, brain of your remote connection, connects not only transceiver, but all your station accessories without additional external boxes. Power amplifiers, rotators, antenna controllers, tunable antennas (UltraBeam, SteppIR), all your microHAM boxes, simply all your current equipment that can be controlled over USB or RS232 or LAN, can connect to REMOTE SERVER. If the built-in 4x USB and 2x RS232 ports are not sufficient for your setup, simply add USB HUBs and USB-RS232 adapters as needed.

Hardware setup is extremely simplified and does not require any significant change in your current setup. Simply move the USB and RS232 cables from the hamshack’s computer to the REMOTE SERVER box, and then connect REMOTE SERVER box to the computer through USB and TCP/IP.

Turning hamshack from local to remote operation is then as easy as flipping a switch on REMOTE SERVER’s front panel. Another flip, and the whole hamshack is back, ready for local operation, having REMOTE SERVER automatically and transparently moving data between all connected devices and your hamshack’s computer.

REMOTE PAD is your operating hardware interface, providing maximally ergonomic, almost real-feel radio operation experience. It features programmable knobs with dynamically changing labels, buttons and LEDs automatically adjusting to a required usage pattern and a 5" touch-sensitive LCD display. REMOTE PAD controls all devices connected to REMOTE SERVER, not only the transceiver.

REMOTE PAD is equipped with its own battery pack and WiFi connection and can completely control your hamshack without computer, even from a public park or hotel. It also has a modern USB-C port for optional computer connection. On connected computer it creates a dozen of virtual serial ports and several virtual sound cards, enabling seamless integration of your PAD-based remote control with your favorite logger, without any drivers installation. It doesn’t matter which computer platform you own or prefer, it will be working equally well with Windows, macOS or Linux.

If you are demanding user asking for the best remote control solution, please stay tuned.

Anticipated release date: fall 2019

5Bands WAS Plaque and 12, 17 and 30 Meters bands 50 USA States #Hk3w #hk3wshack #instahk3w #wp #5bwas #was #lotw #arrl #dxcc #dx

Club Log DX Report for the period 2019-06-07 to 2019-06-14 #clublog #dx

Club Log DX Report for the period 2019-06-07 to 2019-06-14

This report is sent to the Club Log Google Group every 7 days. It’s also available daily at 14:30Z from https://clublog.org/dxreport.html.

It contains a summary of band conditions and activity, based on the data that you and other Club Log users have uploaded. If you have any suggestions or feedback on this report, please email Michael G7VJR at michael.

Solar activity

The following data are recorded for the Solar Flux Index (SFI), A-index and K-index.

Date SFI A K
2019-06-14 68 10 2
2019-06-13 70 4 2
2019-06-12 70 3 1
2019-06-11 69 3 1
2019-06-10 68 6 1
2019-06-09 68 18 1
2019-06-08 69 4 2

Active expeditions

The following table lists the 15 most recent expeditions to use Club Log.

Callsign DXCC Last QSO # QSOs % Unique DXLite
S9A SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 2019-06-14 08:52 21,248 37.11
3D2CR FIJI ISLANDS 2019-06-09 12:18 33,808 22.88
E31A ERITREA 2019-06-03 11:41 37,415 36.73
OG0C ALAND ISLANDS 2019-05-28 10:12 31,207 49.71
C4W CYPRUS 2019-05-26 23:59 144,253 36.33
HZ1FI SAUDI ARABIA 2019-05-25 10:30 57,273 41.68
HR5/F2JD HONDURAS 2019-05-14 00:48 74,766 44.70
J68HZ SAINT LUCIA 2019-05-11 06:58 42,762 40.18
TO19A REUNION ISLAND 2019-05-08 05:41 15,620 41.70
Z66Z REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO 2019-04-22 04:49 5,517 68.08
5T2KW MAURITANIA 2019-04-16 08:55 6,788 60.05
VI9NI NORFOLK ISLAND 2019-04-14 23:08 9,447 47.43
E6ET NIUE 2019-04-03 06:21 14,450 51.00
XR0ZRC JUAN FERNANDEZ ISLANDS 2019-04-02 11:47 37,439 37.15
HD8M GALAPAGOS ISLANDS 2019-03-28 13:44 8,175 52.27

Most active modes

This chart illustrates which modes are being used most heavily during the period of this report.

Mode % Use QSOs Graph
FT8 68.91 261,578
SSB 14.23 54,006
CW 12.53 47,583
RTTY 1.76 6,682
FT4 0.96 3,654
MFSK 0.48 1,819
FM 0.27 1,028
PSK 0.25 949
DOMINO 0.23 891
JT65 0.14 517
MSK144 0.06 237
AM 0.02 64
All other 0.16 605

Most active bands

This chart illustrates which bands are being used most heavily during the period of this report, and the proportion of QSOs which are DX (crossing continents) in red.

Band QSOs % DX Graph
160M 1,651 17.63
80M 13,508 27.01
60M 3,419 46.27
40M 60,003 30.73
30M 36,094 44.53
20M 113,914 51.29
17M 36,281 56.65
15M 21,555 47.98
12M 15,418 37.57
10M 25,476 21.02
6M 47,857 18.40
4M 191 7.85
2M 2,747 10.74

The total number of QSOs uploaded to Club Log during this period was 378,114.

Most active OQRS accounts

This table lists the most active callsigns using the Club Log Online QSL Request system in the period of this report.

Callsign DXCC # QSLs OQRS
3D2CR FIJI ISLANDS 6,148
R26RRC EUROPEAN RUSSIA 335
XR0ZRC JUAN FERNANDEZ ISLANDS 124
V84SAA BRUNEI 105
T31EU CENTRAL KIRIBATI 101
TO19A REUNION ISLAND 68
Z81D REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN 62
A45XR OMAN 56
VI9NI NORFOLK ISLAND 55
S01WS WESTERN SAHARA 43
E6AF NIUE 43
PZ5RA SURINAME 33
XX9D MACAO 32
5W1SA SAMOA 31
K7Y UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 30

QSO matches for rare entities

The following callsigns have matched QSOs in Club Log in the period of this report. This normally indicates that the DX log has been uploaded to Club Log recently.

Callsign DXCC Rank # Matches DXLite
3D2CR CONWAY REEF 27 6,665
S21SM BANGLADESH 77 38
Z81D REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN 81 89
Z81X REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN 81 1
E31A ERITREA 85 28
H44MS SOLOMON ISLANDS 88 116
VI9NI NORFOLK ISLAND 89 1
XX9ET MACAO 96 24
JD1BHA OGASAWARA 108 23
HV0A VATICAN CITY 110 171
9LY1JM SIERRA LEONE 111 1
EL2EF LIBERIA 118 19
S9A SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 119 2,764
S92HP SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 119 1
5W1SA SAMOA 138 107
YI3WHR IRAQ 139 1
5X2B UGANDA 141 22
TY2AC BENIN 144 13
AP2AM PAKISTAN 151 58
3A2MW MONACO 157 13
9G5AR GHANA 165 1
OJ0AW MARKET REEF 169 1,271
KH0/KC0W MARIANA ISLANDS 170 6
5T2AI MAURITANIA 173 1
5T5PA MAURITANIA 173 1

QSOs with rare entities (including unmatched)

These QSOs are unverified but may give a clue as to activity by rare DX stations in the period of this report.

Callsign DXCC Rank # QSOs # Spots DXLite
JG8NQJ/JD1 MINAMI TORISHIMA 23 30 8
3D2CR CONWAY REEF 27 542 655
Z81D REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN 81 22 20
XX9ET MACAO 96 4 3
JA0KNM/JD1 OGASAWARA 108 3 1
JD1BNB OGASAWARA 108 5 4
JD1BHA OGASAWARA 108 37 6
JF3IPR/JD1 OGASAWARA 108 52 12
JA1JQY/JD1 OGASAWARA 108 53 72
HV0A VATICAN CITY 110 43 27
HV5PUL VATICAN CITY 110 51 90
XU7AKJ CAMBODIA 115 65 8
5MYK LIBERIA 118 2 1
S92HP SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 119 28 35
S9A SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 119 1,895 2599
T88HR PALAU 136 10 27
T88TJ PALAU 136 106 35
3D2CR FIJI ISLANDS 137 2 655
5W1SA SAMOA 138 13 13
5W0H SAMOA 138 36 64
YI1SAL IRAQ 139 5 4
S79KW SEYCHELLES ISLANDS 140 7 51
5X2B UGANDA 141 41 24
TZ4AM MALI 142 34 110
XT2SE BURKINA FASO 143 159 115
TY2AC BENIN 144 21 31
PJ8SK SINT MAARTEN 148 4 7
AP2HA PAKISTAN 151 9 9

The information in this report is generated from the data stored in Club Log’s database. Thanks for participating, and good DX!

73, Michael G7VJR

https://clublog.org

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