CW - 1833, 3523, 7023, 10103, 14033, 18083, 21033, 24903 and 28033 kHz
SSB - 3785, 7185, 14185, 18165 (down), 21285, 24975 and 28515 kHz
RTTY - 10137, 14087 and 18097 kHz
QSL via the OQRS by ClubLog (Highly Recommended).
Direct QSLs are via Bob Schenck N2OO
TX5, CLIPPERTON ISLAND (Update).
The TX5K team arrived at Clipperton Island at0430z, February 27th, in the dark
(and even with a full moon they can only justmake out the island),
so offloading onto the island did not start until daybreak.
on February 28th, it was posted,"after spending hours circling the island looking for a
suitable and safe placeto land" the team began landing at 1300z.
Later in the day, they posted "theyhave all life support, 2 out of 3 tents up,
20 members of the team on theisland and that they have generators and lights that they
can use to do somework into the night.
They will set up radios tomorrow – so thisis all great news.
All are tired – but in very good spirits anddoing well. It is hot there."
By the time you read this, the TX5Kactivity will probably have started
and it will be on 160-6 meters using CW,SSB and RTTY. Frequencies
were listed in last week's bulletin(OPDX.1101).
TX5K activity will be on 160-10 metersusing CW, SSB and RTTY. Their
suggested frequencies are:
CW -1833(*), 3523, 7023, 10103, 14033, 18083, 21033, 24903 and 28033 kHz
SSB -3785 (up or down), 7185 (**), 14185 (***), 18165 (down), 21285,
24975 and 28515 kHz
RTTY- 10137, 14087 and 18097 kHz
Listening up, except were indicated.
*Listening up 2 / listen 10 down for JA
**Up 5-15 or down 5-15 / up 7225 for U.S. / down below 7100 for
***Listen above 14225 for U.S. General licenses
QSL via the OQRS by ClubLog (HighlyRecommended).
This is the preferred method to use foryour QSL confirmation.
After the DXpedition ends you can order either a director Bureau QSL card
using the OQRS online QSL service provided by ClubLog.
Direct QSLs are via Bob Schenck N2OO andthe SJDXA QSL team:
QSL Manager for TX5K,
PO Box 345, Tuckerton, NJ 08087-0345, USA.
and the status and activities of theDXpedition in near-real-time.