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Algunas fotos de Niue E6XG
Thursday, 18 December 2014 07:06























A la espera de poder mostraros la Qsl con la que Haru JAXGI confirmará sus contactos de Niue os dejo algunas fotos.........



73´s, Luis EA1CS

K1N Navassa Island – Press Release/Interview
Thursday, 18 December 2014 06:50

15  December 2014

Wolf Harranth, OE1WHC, informs DxCoffee readers:

Press Release

w0gj_pview“In his first of three scheduled exclusive interviews for the Documentary Archives (DokuFunk), Glenn Johnson, W0GJ, co-teamleader of the forthcoming K1N Navassa DXpedition explains how and under which conditions the activation was made possible; he discloses the team’s working schedule and how they plan to cope with deliberate interference, a great annoyance  at recent  DXpeditions.
Audio file at www.dokufunk.org/navassa-e where also all pervious Navassa activations are amply documented.

A second interview is scheduled during the operation, and a third one, a sum-up, afterwards”.

Wolf Harranth, OE1WHC

Documentary Archive Radio Communications

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7  December 2014

Inventory, testing and shipping prep

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Members of SEDXC checking material brought back from FT5ZM Amsterdam. L to R: Randy K4ODL, Ron K4DS, George N4GRN, Wey K8EAB, Gregg W6IZT and Wes W3WL

Members of SEDXC checking material brought back from FT5ZM Amsterdam.
L to R: Randy K4ODL, Ron K4DS, George N4GRN, Wey K8EAB, Gregg W6IZT and Wes W3WL

Getting the computers and network set up.  Gregg (angry :) W6IZT

Getting the computers and network set up. Gregg (angry :) W6IZT

Metro DX Club making our radials.  L to R: Phil N9LAH, Lee WA9LEY, Jim N9TK and Bob K9CJ

Metro DX Club making our radials. L to R: Phil N9LAH, Lee WA9LEY, Jim N9TK and Bob K9CJ

Metro DX Club making our radials.  L to R: Phil N9lAH and Lee WA9LEY

Metro DX Club making our radials. L to R: Phil N9lAH and Lee WA9LEY

Metro DX Club making our radials.  L to R: Bob N9ORD and Bob K9CJ

Metro DX Club making our radials. L to R: Bob N9ORD and Bob K9CJ

Source: http://www.navassadx.com/

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6 December 2014

A Note to European DX’ers About K1N Navassa – in English, Deutsch, Spanish, French, Greek, Italian

Interesting article by Ralph Fedor K0IR and Glenn Johnson W0GJ, for European DX’ers in exclusive to DxCoffee. We thank Ralph, Glenn and the team for the special attention to European DX’ers.

http://www.dxcoffee.com/eng/2014/12/06/a-note-to-european-dxers-about-k1n-navassa-in-english-deutsch-spanish-french-greek-italian/

 

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4 December 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

From The KP1-5 project
RE: K1N Navassa Island DXpedition

The KP1-5 Project and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service have been working together on preparations for our joint 14 day visit to Navassa Island NWR.  Although the actual dates may still vary, it now appears we will begin transport to the Island during the last week of January 2015.

Our container of equipment and supplies will depart late in December enroute to our helicopter staging area.  All of our equipment is being assembled, tested and packed.

We have visited and contracted with the largest helicopter operations group in the Caribbean to transfer personnel and equipment to the island.  Our window of opportunity, dictated by USFWS, is during the period of least bird nesting.  But it is also the time of the most treacherous seas, making a safe sea landing of all our equipment and people all but impossible.  The famous “ladder” used to access the island at Lulu Bay was removed when the U.S. Coast Guard turned administration over to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.  For safety reasons, the USFWS uses helicopter transport to the island and we will too.  Consequently, and as one might expect, the costs of this DXpedition are quite high.  The team has contributed approximately half of the total cost.  Foundations such as NCDXF and INDEXA have been very generous, as have a number of DX Clubs and individuals, and for this generosity, we are deeply grateful!

The particulars of this DXpedition require more “up front” payments than most DXpeditions and we have a “cash flow timing” situation that needs to be addressed.  The helicopter contractual agreement requires all charter costs to be paid prior to the conclusion of the project.  Many older hams need a mode or band fill from Navassa, but an entire generation has grown up without Navassa being on the air.  Hence, it has risen to the #1 Most Wanted on the ClubLog list.  If you need Navassa for an all-time new one (ATNO), or for a particular band or mode, we could use your financial help.  If you plan to help support the DXpedition, we ask that you do so now, not later.

We have an excellent team of fifteen operators who will be manning eight stations 24 hours/day, dedicated to giving out as many contacts as possible over the two week period.

Your generous financial gift will help insure a most successful DXpedition for all!

Please visit www.navassadx.com for details.

For the KP1-5 Project,

Bob Allphin, K4UEE, president
Glenn Johnson, WØGJ, vice president
Mike Thomas, NA5U, secretary

 

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23 November 2014

Logo, Team & …

Team members: George AA7JV, Ralph KØIR, Bob K4UEE, John K5AC, Craig K9CT, Tamas KT4TTT, Robert N2OO, Louis N2TU, George N4GRN, Michael N6MZ, Michael NA5U, Jeffrey NM1Y, Glenn WØGJ, Gregg W6IZT and Jerry WB9Z.

To support the project: http://www.navassadx.com/

 

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The Official logo by Dani YB2TJV

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22 October 2014

[UPDATE]: A major Dxpedition to Navassa Island, 1# Most Wanted DXCC, will take place in January 2015 by the KP1-5 Project. The call will be K1N!

Second Press Release:

From The KP1-5 project
RE: Navassa Island (KP1) Operation
Dated: 22 October 2014

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has notified the KP1-5 Project that they will be the team to activate Navassa Island (KP1) in January 2015.

The DXpedition will be a maximum of fourteen days.  The exact dates in January will be determined by USFWS mission requirements and weather windows.

Our experienced team of fifteen is complete and is ready for the challenge.  The weeks ahead will be extremely busy as the team has less than 90 days before the DXpedition comes on the air.

January is the month of minimum bird nesting activity and this is the primary reason USFWS is asking that the operation be completed during that month.  However, the weather is unpredictable in January and because Navassa is surrounded by cliffs, this may preclude a safe landing by boat.  For safety reasons and in order to maximize our time on the Island and on the air, a helicopter operation is planned.  Navassa is over 100 miles (160 km) from the nearest helicopter staging point and as many as ten round trips will be required at the beginning and end of the operation.  Obviously, this means that there will be a significant cost for activating this #1 ranked DXCC entity.

In the next few weeks, we be working with USFWS and as details firm up, we will issue periodic press releases.  Check our webpage, the KP1-5 Project for more details of the operation and how you may financially support this DXpedition.

The KP1-5 Project team has committed to fund 50% of the total costs.  We are hopeful the DX community will fund the remainder.

for The KP1-5 Project,

Bob Allphin, K4UEE, President
Glenn Johnson, WØGJ, Vice-president
Mike Thomas, NA5U, Secretary

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29 August 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

From The KP1-5 project
RE: Navassa Island (KP1) Operation
August 29, 2014
KP1 Navassa Island

The KP1-5 Project is pleased to announce that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to allow an amateur radio operation from Navassa National Wildlife Refuge (KP1). The operation will occur within the next 18 months and will be coordinated with the USFWS work flow.

Over the past year, the KP1-5 Project has had numerous meetings with various levels of USFWS management. Throughout our discussions, their personnel have been courteous, professional and cooperative. We have been treated with sincere interest and respect and believe that amateur radio operators may now be viewed as partners and not adversaries.

As with the Desecheo operation in 2009, and in order to be transparent and fair, the USFWS has requested proposals for the amateur radio operation from those individuals and groups that have already applied for a Special Use Permit in the past. The KP1-5 Project will be submitting a proposal and hoping to be selected as they were for the very successful Desecheo (K5D) operation.

We wish to thank the USFWS for their decision to allow this operation. Navassa Island is ranked #2 most-needed DXCC entity by The DX Magazine and #1 by ClubLog.

Please visit our website for up to date information.  http://kp1-5.com

73,

The KP1-5 Project
Bob Allphin, K4UEE, Presiden
Glenn Johnson, W0GJ, Vice-President
Mike Thomas, NA5U, Secretary
Jim Bass, K5KQI, Treasurer

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See also: Video Packing Party

 http://www.dxcoffee.com/eng/2014/11/04/k1n-navassa-video-packing-party/


VQ9XR....pirata
Thursday, 18 December 2014 05:24

Robert N7XR/VQ9XR comenta:
Un pirata ha estado utilizando mi indicativo en 17mts/Rtty, mientras yo operaba en otra banda. Si no estás en el log probablemente te hayan engañado.

NOTA:
El log online en Clublog de Robert como VQ9XR se ha reducido a 138 contactos cuando tenía varios miles. Esperemos que se resuelva el problema para poder comprobar los contactos antes de enviar las Qsl y ver que no hemos sido engañados.

73´s, Luis EA1CS

Cabecera navideña
Thursday, 18 December 2014 04:14



De sobra son conocidos y aquí se han mencionado, los proyectos de Tony EC7ZK con Qsl y logos de grandes Dxpeditions. Por eso es un placer recibir este regalo de Navidad para mi blog la cabecera con detalle navideño.

No os olvidéis que el logo de la web de Tony con sus trabajos lo tenéis en mi blog, no olvides visitarlo.

Una vez más Gracias Tony......

73´s, Luis EA1CS

YJ0XG – Vanuatu
Thursday, 18 December 2014 00:44

Haru, JA1XGI plans to be active from Port Vila, Vanuatu as YJ0XG during the middle of April 2015. QRV on HF bands, CW/SSB/RTTY. QSL via JA1XGI. FIRST FOR DX NEWS – DX-WORLD.NET

H44MS, Salomón Is.
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:52



ADXO / 17 diciembre 2014

Bernard DL2GAC volverá a operar desde las islas Salomón como H44MS del 1 de febrero al 30 de abril 2015.

QRV de 6 a 80mts en Ssb.

Qsl vía DL2GAC buro o directa.

73´s, Luis EA1CS

EC5AN y Hambuy nos felicitan las Fiestas
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 12:32



Son de esos detalles que "presta" mucho recibir. Me gusta la felicitación navideña de Juanma. Un gran trabajo lleno de detalles radiofónicos y simpatia, tan carente a veces en nuestros días. 

Esta obra de arte, que encabeza la web de Hambuy,  es el resultado del trabajo de la XYL de Juanma, Mairela Villar, encargada del departamento de marketing y publicidad de Hambuy

Gracias y buen trabajo Mairela........

73´s, Luis EA1CS

V25A – Antigua
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 12:03

Kei, KG2A (JJ1RJR) will be active from Antigua as V25A between December 25-30, 2014. QRV holiday-style on 40-10m, possibly 80/160. QSL via KG2A. FIRST FOR DX NEWS – DX-WORLD.NET

H44MS – Solomon Islands
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 11:58

Bernhard DL2GAC will again be active from the Solomon islands as H44MS between February 1 to April 30, 2015. QRV on 80m to 6m SSB only. QSL via bureau or direct to H/c. FIRST FOR DX NEWS – DX-WORLD.NET

V31LA, Belice
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 11:45

George KB7UFS se encuentra en Sarteneja Village, Corozal District, Belice.

Voy a pasar aquí los meses de invierno y me podréis encontrar en todas las bandas de HF como V31LA.

Qsl vía KB7UFS.


73´s, Luis EA1CS

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