Saturday, May 28, 2011

CQ World-Wide WPX Contest

CQ CW WPX Contest

CW: May 28-29, 2011

Starts: 0000 GMT Saturday
Ends: 2359 GMT Sunday

9m2zak op zaki will qrv on this contest as : Single Operator Low (All Band or Single Band):

# Only one person (the operator) can contribute to the final score during the official contest period. Only one transmitted signal is permitted at any time. QSO alerting assistance of any kind places the entrant in the Single Operator Assisted category.

see u in contest

Friday, May 27, 2011

Eyeball with Hans DF5UG


DF5UG,HB9CFD, HS0ZFU, 9M2QQ, 9M6QQ, 9M8QQ, V85QQ, VU2INK on my 9m2zak shack

Hari ini aku menerima kunjungan istimewa dari Hans, 9m2qq, callsign sebenarnya ialah df5ug. Beliau sebenarnya datang dari Singapura dan turun ke Malaysia melalui Johor. Alang-alang datang ke sini aku berjaya memujuknya untuk stay satu malam di base aku. Syukur dia setuju dengan pelawaan aku. Beliau adalah (Retired Telecommunications Engineer and Technical Editor) dan dia juga adalah (Former Director International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Region 1)


9m2zak, 9m2qq and 9w2dal at TJ marts


9m2qq and 9w2dal

Nice to meet u Hans and hope to see u again..73 from Kulaijaya.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Japan scraps Morse test

Japan scraps Morse test

The Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs has decided to scrap Morse telegraph testing for the Amateur Radio Class 1 and 2 licenses with effect from October 1, 2011.

A public consutation on the Morse test was held earlier in the year to which 39 people responded. Following the consultation the Ministry announced that Morse telegraphy testing would be discontinued.

Japan pioneered the HF No-Code Amateur Radio license (Class 4) in the 1950's although they still required Morse for the higher license classes. The written exam for the Class 4 is roughly equivalent to the Foundation exam in the United Kingdom and Australia and the discontinued USA Novice.

Read the Ministry of Internal Affairs announcement in Google English at http://tinyurl.com/3s4bljx

JARL Newsletter in Google English
http://tinyurl.com/43mxycc

JARL
http://tinyurl.com/JapanJARL

dipetik dari http://www.southgatearc.org/news/may2011/japan_scraps_morse_test.htm

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

My first Malaysian qso : SM6DPB



eQSL ini saya terima dari seorang lagi warga Ham dari negara Sweden. Terima kasih Andy for sending me a nice Eqsl. Kita warga Malaysia sepatutnya berbangga dengan negara kita yang tercinta ini kerana dalam dunia radio amateur ini, negara kita boleh dikatakan sebagai goreng pisang panas. Perkara ini saya sendiri akuinya kerana apabila beraksi di udara, dalam satu atau dua tiga panggilan sahaja. Respon yang diterima begitu menakjubkan. Ramai pemburu-pemburu di luar sana yang senantiasa menunggu dan memantau fre dalam pencarian mereka untuk melengkapkan DXCC mereka. Sentiasa menjaga tingkahlaku kita dan be a good Ham, semoga persahabatan yang terjalin antara benua ini dapat dikekalkan dan diteruskan demi kesejahteraan sejagat.

See u on pile up, 9m2zak

9m2zak have #1604 eQSL stored

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Aloha from Kailua-Kona Hawaii, USA



Thank you Om Roland for nice Eqsl from Hawaii, Aloha and 73 from Kulaijaya, Johor.

9m2zak have #1600 eQSL stored

Monday, May 23, 2011

from West Siberia to Kulaijaya


#1592

Thank you Igor (RW9JD) as willing to send a very beautiful Eqsl to me. For your information, I use a single double paddle, and only sends 50 watts using the ICOM 718. Antenna Im using was 3 DALBEAM Bander 6 element Yagi.
Propogation is very quiet at that time. Because of that, we can work together to finish without a problem. Emissions from u was very strong. I noted that my 718 screens showing 10dB reading. great!
These past few weeks, 20m band decreased slightly. While the 15m band is getting better in the evening and afternoon. It is consistent with my hectic day-to-day. Just wait for the weekend to continue to intrude in this band. See u down the logs

73 from Kulaijaya

# 9m2zak has 1592 Eqsl stored

Saturday, May 21, 2011

UN DX CONTEST (Open Kazakhstan Championship) 2011

9M2ZAK will qrv on UN DX Contest in this category :

SOAB–CW–LP - Single Op, All Bands, CW, Low Power 100 watts

See u down the logs...

UN DX CONTEST (Open Kazakhstan Championship) 2011

1. General
The Kazakhstan Federation of Radiosport and Radioamateur (KFRR) and Ministry of Tourism and Sport of the
Republic of Kazakhstan are announcing the UN DX CONTEST (Open Kazakhstan Championships). All
world-wide radio amateurs having the amateur radio licence are invited to participation.

2. Contest Period, Bands and Modes
Contest period: 12.00 UTC 21 May 2011 – 12.00 UTC 22 May 2011
Bands: 160m, 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m.
Modes: CW and SSB

3. Entry categories
- SOAB–MIX - Single Op, All Bands, mixed,
- SOAB–MIX-LP - Single Op, All Bands, mixed, Low Power 100 watts
- SOAB–CW - Single Op, All Bands, CW
- SOAB–CW–LP - Single Op, All Bands, CW, Low Power 100 watts
- SOAB–SSB - Single Op, All Bands, SSB
- SOAB–SSB-LP - Single Op, All Bands, SSB, Low Power 100 watts
- SOSB–MIX - Single Op, single band, mixed
- MOST - Multi Op, All Bands, Single transmitter, mixed
- SWL - amateur receiving station

4. Special terms of Competition
Number of band changes is not limited for all entry categories. Single Operator participants may change bands
and modes without any restrictions. Only one signal can be transmitted at any time. Single Operator participants
may declare in only one category of the contest, but contacts can be done on other bands or other modes for a
check log. MOST category is MIXED and HP only.

5. Exchange
Kazakhstan stations should send RS(T) report plus KDA award district code (one letter and two digits, for
example L17).
Non-Kazakhstan stations should send RS(T) report plus progressive serial number, starting with 001 for the first
contact.

6. Contact points
Kazakhstan stations:
- QSO within the country – 2 points,
- QSO between stations on the same continent, but different countries – 3 points,
- QSO between stations on different continents – 5 points.
Non-Kazakhstan stations:
- QSO with Kazakhstan station – 10 points,
- QSO within the same country – 2 points,
- QSO between stations on the same continent, but different countries – 3 points,
- QSO between stations on different continents – 5 points.
Dupes are contacts made with the same station on the same band and the same mode. If the first contact
between stations is valid, dupes have 0 points value. If the first contact is not valid, second (dupe) contact is
accepted. Dupe contacts are not penalized; one does not have to mark them in the log submission. Moreover,
entrants are strictly recommended to keep records of DUPES in the log file. DO NOT DELETE DUPES!
Contact points for SWLs are credited for every new station heard and are calculated the same way as for other
entry categories.

7. Multipliers
Two multipliers are counted:
- One multiplier (1) for each different KDA district contacted on each band.
- One multiplier (1) for each different DXCC country on each band.

8. Final Score
The final score is total contact points multiplied by the sum of KDA districts and DXCC countries.

9. Submission of Logs
Electronic logs in the CABRILLO file format are preferred. They may be created by all major logging programs.
The log must show the following for each contact: correct time in UTC, band, call, exchange number sent, and
exchange number received.
The ASCII plain text file format is also acceptable. The header of electronic log MUST specify an entrance
category and the full postal address for sending UN DX Contest results, trophies, awards and certificates. The
written declaration is not necessary. Log submissions in MS Word, Excel or UUE-coded files may cause a
disqualification of the entrant in case of wrong file conversion to plain text format. Hand-written log can be made
in chronological order or have a separate sheet for each band. Each QSO must contain callsign, time, band,
exchange number (both sent and received, even for check logs). Points and final score calculations are not
necessary; calculations will be done by our software. Deadline: All entries must be emailed or postmarked NO
LATER than 30 days after the contest (no later than June 23 2011).
Electronic logs must be submitted by e-mail to: HF_KFRR@MAIL.RU
Logs should be sent as an attachment named yourcall.log, e.g. UN7LLL.log
Be sure to put the station callsign and category in the "Subject:" line of the e-mail, e.g.: UN7LLL SOAB SSB LP
Paper logs should be sent to: UN DX Contest, P. O. Box 88, 010000 Astana, Kazakhstan.
Log example:
START-OF-LOG: 2.0
CREATED-BY: N1MM Logger
CONTEST: UN DX Contest
KDA-SECTION: DX (or KDA code for Kazakhstan stations)
CALLSIGN: W7LYZ
CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP ALL MIXED
CLAIMED-SCORE: 40
OPERATORS: W7LYZ
CLUB: (contest-club name)
NAME: (operator name)
ADDRESS: (postal address)
ADDRESS:
ADDRESS:
SOAPBOX: (comment)
QSO: 14308 PH 2011-05-21 1201 W7LYZ 59 001 UR7EM 59 004
QSO: 14298 PH 2011-05-21 1203 W7LYZ 59 002 DJ5MW 59 008
QSO: 14304 PH 2011-05-21 1203 W7LYZ 59 003 EF8R 59 005
QSO: 14307 PH 2011-05-21 1204 W7LYZ 59 004 YO3FRI 59 002
QSO: 14307 PH 2011-05-21 1204 W7LYZ 59 005 DK4KI 59 003
QSO: 14307 PH 2011-05-21 1205 W7LYZ 59 006 IV3UHL 59 004
QSO: 14307 PH 2011-05-21 1205 W7LYZ 59 007 UN7PBY 59 P04
END-OF-LOG:

10. Awards
Non-Kazakhstan station:
Plaques are awarded to winners in each entrance category, provided that the number of participants in this
category is no less than five. Certificates are awarded for three highest scores in each entrance category.
Certificates will be awarded to the highest scoring station in each category in every participating country.
Kazakhstan station:
Gold, Silver and Bronze medals will be awarded in each entrance category by the Ministry of Tourism and
Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Any participants may claim the Kazakhstan Federation of Radiosport and
Radioamateurs awards from the contacts made in the contest.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Nice eQSL.....



from Will, KC6X



from Stefano, IK3CSU



from Emirates Amateur Radio Society, A62ER


from LUBOMIR CECH, OK2LC

Thank you very much for sending me a nice eQSL card. Cant wait to worked with u again on the band. Good Luck, All the best and best 73 from Kulaijaya Johor, West Malaysia.
73, Zaki 9M2ZAK.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Saturday, May 14, 2011

CQ-M Contest 2011



The 55rd CQ-M International DX Contest - 2011


Soyuz Radiolyubitelei Rossii has the honor to invite all radio amateurs from around the world to participate in the 53rd annual CQ-M ("Peace to the World") International DX Contest - in May, 2009. The primary goals of the CQ-M Contest are to unite people in peaceful coexistence, foster mutual understanding, and engage in sportsmanship and cooperation through amateur radio.

Date: The contest is the second weekend of May every year. The 2011 CQ-M Contest will start at 12:00 UTC May, 14th, 2011 and finish at 11:59 UTC May, 15th, 2011.

Bands: From 1.8 to 30 MHz Amateur Radio Bands excluding WARC.

Modes: CW and SSB

Contest CQ call: "CQ M" (peace to Earth)

Participant's categories:
SO SB CW Single Operator - Single Band CW Only
SO SB SSB Single Operator - Single Band SSB Only
SO SB MIX Single Operator - Single Band Mixed

SOAB CW Single Operator - All bands CW Only
SOAB SSB Single Operator - All bands SSB Only
SOAB MIX Single Operator - All bands Mixed
SOAB QRP Single Operator - All bands QRP - Mixed
(PEP RF Output Power not more than 5 Watts.
NEW SOAB CW LP Single Operator - All bands LP (Low Power) - CW Only
(Output RF Power not more than 100 watts)
NEW SOAB SSB LP Single Operator - All bands LP (Low Power) - SSB Only
(Output RF Power not more than 100 watts)
SOAB MIX LP Single Operator - All bands LP (Low Power) - CW Only
(Output RF Power not more than 100 watts)


MOST Multi Operator - All Bands, Single Transmitter, Mixed
SWL SWL - All Bands, Mixed
VETERAN WWII Veterans - for C.I.S. stations only
SPECIAL Pobeda Memorial Special Stations
SPECIAL MOST Multi Operators, All Bands, Single Transmitter, Mixed
SPECIAL SOAB Single Operator, All Bands, Single Transmitter, Mixed
Stations in any category can transmit only one signal at a time except for multiplier QSO on different band. For categories MOST and SPECIAL MOST the 10-minute band change rule is enforced. The band change time is determined by the first QSO on new band logged. Any accidental non-multiplier QSO on another band should be included in the LOG. These contacts will be scored as 0 points and not penalized.

Contest Exchange: RS or RST plus QSO serial number

Points:
For station situated in Europe and Asia for QSO with Russian Federation - 2 points
For station situated in Australia, North or South America or in Africa for QSO with Russian Federation - 3 points
Same country according to R-150-S award list - 1 point
Different Country, Same Continent according to R-150-S award list (excluding Russian Federation) - 2 points
Different Continent according to R-150-S award list (excluding Russian Federation) - 3 points
/MM stations are not the multipliers, but worth 3 points for any participant.

Please note that Countries are determined by the R-150-S award list.

SWL:
SWL has to receive both the call signs and one exchange number (one point) or both callsigns and both exchange numbers (three points). The same callsign on the same band is giving points only once. The same callsign (for one point SWL) should not appear in the log more than 10 times on one band.

Multipliers:
Each country in the R-150-S list counts as one multiplier on each band.
/MM stations are not the multipliers.
There are no multipliers for SWL category total score.

Please refer to R-150-S list.

Addition to the list of the diploma "R-150-S": the European and Asian part of Russia are set off as a separate multiplier
The European part of Russia includes:
Central federal district: R2,3,5A,B,C,D,H, R3,5F, R2,3,5G, R2,3,5E, R2,3,5Z, R2,3,5Y, R2,3,5V, R2,3,5Q,O, R2,3,5U, R2,3,5X, R2,3,5N, R2,3,5W, R2,3,5S, R2,3,5L, R2,3,5R, R2,3,5I, R2,3,5P, R2,3,5M, R3,5K.
Northwest federal district: R1N, R1O, R1Q,R,S, R2F,K, R1A,C,D, R1Z, R1T, R1W, R1A,B,D,F,G,J,L,M, R1P.
Southern federal district: R4A,B, R6,7A,B,C,D, R6,7I, R6,7L,M,N,O, R6,7U,V, R6,7Y.
North Caucasian Federal District: R6,7E, R6,7H,F, R6,7J, R6,7P, R6,7Q, R6,7W, R6,7X.
Volga Federal District: R8,9W, R4S,T, R4U, R4P,Q,R, R4W, R4Y,Z, R4N,O, R2,3,5T, R8,9S,T, R4F, R8,9F, R4H,I, R4C,D, R4L,M, R8,9G.
The Asian part of Russia includes:
The Ural Federal District: R8,9Q,R, R8,9C,D, R8,9L, R8,9A,B, R8,9J, R8,9K.
The Siberian Federal Fistrict: R8,9Z, R0O, R0Y, R0W, R8,9Y, R0A, R0S,T, R8,9U,V, R8,9O,P, R8,9M, R8,9N, R8,9H,I, R0U, R0V, R0B, R0H.
Far East Federal District: R0Q, R0L, R0C, R0J, R0Z, R0I, R0F,E , R0D, R0X, R0K.

Total score:
The total score is the sum of all QSO points multiplied by sum of all multipliers.

Awards:
Plaques are awarded to the World Top Scorer in categories SOAB, MOST , SPECIAL (If the number of participants are under 10).
Medals are awarded to the World Top Scorer in categories SOSB and VETERAN (If the number of participants are under 5).
    Certificates are awarded to:
  • TOP 5 of the World in categories SOAB
  • TOP 3 of the World in categories MOST, SWL
  • TOP 3 on each continent in categories SOSB, SOAB
  • Top Scorer on each country (according to R-150-S award list) in categories SOAB CW, SOAB SSB, SOAB MIX, MOST, if they will contact not less then 50 QSO
    Disqualifications:
  • breaking the rules of the Contest, license limitations, national communication laws and rules
The decision of The Contest Committee is final.

Log submission:
Computer log submission is preferable.

Electronic Logs:
Email address for logs: CQM@SRR.RU or ua0agi@andys.ru
Text logs should be sent in message body. A summary sheet for text logs is necessary. CABRILLO logs should be sent as attachments.
The Email Subject line has to contain your callsign and category i.e. "RZ9IR A3". We welcome any soapbox comments, equipment description, photos, stories. The participant will receive automatic response to confirm log submission. Should you not received the confirmation within 2 weeks please re-send your log to ua0agi@andys.ru or mail your log to Contest Committee.

Paper Logs:
The hand-written log can be made in chronological order. Each QSO must contain call sign, time, band, RS(RST), exchange number (both sent and received - even for check logs).. The summary sheet should contain category as per contest rules, callsign, full name(s), mail address, detailed claimed score, operator(s) declaration and signatures. The participants in Multi operator categories should indicate names and operator's own callsigns.

The paper log should be mailed to:
CQ-M CONTEST COMMITTEE
P.O. BOX 25464
KRASNOYARSK
660049 RUSSIA

The log submission deadline : June, 10th, 2011.


Friday, May 13, 2011

IARU Region 3 - VHF Channels for 145 MHz

IARU Region 3 - VHF Channels for 145 MHz


Old Channel

Channel

Frequency

[ MHz ]

Maximum Bandwidth (-6dB)

Mode

Usage


V00 145.000 12 kHz FM / DV
Repeater Input exclusive

V01 145.0125

V02 145.025

V03 145.0375

V04 145.050

V05 145.0625

V06 145.075

V07 145.0875

V08 145.100

V09 145.1125

V10 145.125

V11 145.1375

V12 145.150

V13 145.1625

V14 145.175

V15 145.1875

V16 145.200 12 kHz FM / DV (i)
Space communication (p)

V17 145.2125 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S9 V18 145.225 12 kHz
FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V19 145.2375 12 kHz FM / DV (i) FM Internet Voice Gatway
S10 V20 145.250 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V21 145.2625 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S11 V22 145.275 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V23 145.2875 12 kHz FM / DV (i) FM Internet Voice Gateways
S12 V24 145.300 12 kHz FM / DV (i) RTTY local

V25 145.3125 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S13 V26 145.325 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V27 145.3375 12 kHz FM / DV (i) FM Internet Voice Gateway
S14 V28 145.350 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V29 145.3625 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S15 V30 145.375 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Digital Voice Calling

V31 145.3875 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S16 V32 145.400 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V33 145.4125 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S17 V34 145.425 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V35 145.4375 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S18 V36 145.450 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V37 145.4625 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S19 V38 145.475 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V29 145.4875 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S20 V40 145.500 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Mobile Calling

V41 145.5125 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S21 V42 145.525 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V43 145.5375 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S22 V44 145.550 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V45 145.5625 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
S23 V46 145.575 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel

V47 145.5875 12 kHz FM / DV (i) Simplex channel
R0 RV48 145.600 12 kHz FM / DV Repeater Output exclusive

RV49 145.6125
R1 RV50 145.625

RV51 145.6375
R2 RV52 145.650

RV53 145.6625
R3 RV54 145.675

RV55 145.6875
R4 RV56 145.700

RV57 145.7125
R5 RV58 145.725

RV59 145.7375
R6 RV60 145.750

RV61 145.7625
R7 RV62 145.775

RV63 145.7875

V64 145.800 12 kHz
FM / DV (i) Space communication (p)

Footnotes:

i.
This segment is for simplex use only with no Digital Voice gateways.
Embedded data traffic is allowed along with digital voice.
Digital Voice users should check that the channel is not in use by FM.

p.
For FM voice communications with special stations like manned spacecraft it is
recommended to use 145.200 MHz for simplex operation or 145.200/145.800 MHz
for split-channel operation.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Dxing with me

video
9m2zak on 20 meter

Syukur alhamdulillah, dengan limpah kurniaNya aku berjaya merakam serba sedikit aktiviti dxing aku untuk dijadikan bahan rujukan dan juga memberi pengalaman kepada rakan-rakan di luar sana untuk merasai bagaimana keadaannya apabila melakukan aktiviti dxing di band 20 meter ini.

Untuk paparan kali ini, aku sediakan dulu di band 20m dimana selepas ini akan diteruskan juga ke band-band lain seperti band 15m, 10m, warc band dan tidak lupa di 40m. Band 80m dan 160m aku tidak dapat melakukannya kerana tiada antenna. Tapi insyallah akan aku berikan yang terbaik untuk band-band ini.

Setiap band ada karenahnya, dan setiap band pula ada ciri-cirinya. Jadi inilah tujuannya...kita boleh mengenalpasti ciri-ciri band tersebut dan mendengar sendiri bagaimana audio sebenarnya apabila ada station yang cuba check in. Masalah qrm, qsb dan ketiadaan CW Filter amat ketara dalam dxing kali ini. Tapi aku masih ingat lagi kata-kata GET, main macam orang susah macam ni la, kena bersabar dan bersabar. Terima kasih Get.

Kali ini aku menggunakan Saw Blade Paddle yang telah dibuat dulu, memandangkan keadaannya masih elastik dan cantik, maka ia terpilih untuk mewakili Malaysia ke udara pada malam ni. Ternyata ianya tidak menghampakan. Kau masih cantik seperti dulu...

Antenna seperti biasa di halakan ke 40 darjah utara, kenapa arah ini? ini adalah kerana dengan menghala ke arah ini, ianya telah cover hampir seluruh dunia, kira taupaw habis... dan antenna pula ialah Dalbeam 3 bander yagi. Cun.

sedikit buah tangan dari single lever saw blade paddle...

9M2ZAK has 7137 contacts stored.
Dxer
StationFlagsStart TimeBandModeRST s/r
9M2ZAK UA4FCO European Russia 2011-05-09 16:0020mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK UA9ODE Asiatic Russia 2011-05-09 15:5820mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK DJ2BW Germany 2011-05-09 15:5720mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK KM0O United States 2011-05-09 15:5620mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK RW4UZ European Russia 2011-05-09 15:5520mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK SP9DOW Poland 2011-05-09 15:5320mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK W7ER United States 2011-05-09 15:5220mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK KK7S United States 2011-05-09 15:5120mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK UR5MHO Ukraine 2011-05-09 15:5020mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK SM5R Sweden 2011-05-09 15:4820mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK IK1CME Italy 2011-05-09 15:4720mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK UA0ABB Asiatic Russia 2011-05-09 15:4520mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK RA4FFR European Russia 2011-05-09 15:4420mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK UK8IF Uzbekistan 2011-05-09 15:4320mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK KH6KM Hawaii 2011-05-09 15:3720mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK RW9JZ Asiatic Russia 2011-05-09 15:3520mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK HL2AVS South Korea 2011-05-09 15:3520mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK HL2EIZ South Korea 2011-05-09 15:3320mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK RZ9DX/0 Asiatic Russia 2011-05-09 15:3120mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK RM8G Asiatic Russia 2011-05-09 15:2920mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK RV9FT Asiatic Russia 2011-05-09 15:2820mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK WZ6M United States 2011-05-09 15:2720mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JE2VVN Japan 2011-05-09 15:2520mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK UN7JGY Kazakhstan 2011-05-09 15:2320mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK W7IBC United States 2011-05-09 15:1520mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK UA3DCM European Russia 2011-05-09 15:0720mCW 599 599

Jumpa dan jumpa lagi...

73, de 9m2zak

Friday, May 6, 2011

10 meter open : Friday Evening.

Tekan sahaja butang PWR pada icom 718, kedengaran band 10 meter galak dan senyap sekali keadaannya. Bacaan S meter pada skrin menunjukkan S1 dan kedengaran juga stesen dari Brunei, v85/9m6xro sedang cq di 28014. Aku monitor dahulu untuk menilai keadaan band, band memang buka petang ni...detik dalam hati.

Ptt HM-36 digenggam dan antenna pun dituned, Laa...tak payah tune pun, swr dan 1:1:1 coax direct, lupa pulak pada falsafah kami, NO NEED TUNER. Terima kasih Danial atas antennanya.....

Pusing-pusing sekejap untuk mencari tempat parking...band agak crowded jugak...hmm..meriah petang ni, kedengaran 9w2www di 28485, 9m8sya di 28010 dan 9m2idj di 28490...

Dari Thailand kedengaran pulak hs0zbs di 28012...hmm...band open secara meluas ni...merangkumi Asia Tenggara dan Eropah...

maka dxing pun bermula...

9M2ZAK has 6991 contacts stored.
dxer
StationFlagsStart TimeBandModeRST s/r
9M2ZAK JA2HNP Japan 2011-05-06 09:2610mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JR6DM Japan 2011-05-06 09:0010mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JL1OVC Japan 2011-05-06 08:5710mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK RW0LL Asiatic Russia 2011-05-06 08:5510mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK HL2DC South Korea 2011-05-06 08:5410mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JH6XOD Japan 2011-05-06 08:5310mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JA2KPV Japan 2011-05-06 08:5210mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JF3KNW Japan 2011-05-06 08:5010mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JA7IID Japan 2011-05-06 08:4910mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK HL5QY South Korea 2011-05-06 08:4110mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JR0VSF Japan 2011-05-06 08:4110mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JA2ARN Japan 2011-05-06 08:4010mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK UA0NL Asiatic Russia 2011-05-06 08:4010mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JE2EHP Japan 2011-05-06 08:3910mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JH3HGH Japan 2011-05-06 08:3810mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JA8ZO Japan 2011-05-06 08:3610mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JA4CES Japan 2011-05-06 08:3510mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JA6DC Japan 2011-05-06 08:3410mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JA2GQT Japan 2011-05-06 08:2810mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JA1FVJ Japan 2011-05-06 08:2510mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JS1JTX Japan 2011-05-06 08:2310mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK 8N2H Japan 2011-05-06 08:2210mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JR2BOF Japan 2011-05-06 08:2010mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK UA0LAR Asiatic Russia 2011-05-06 08:1810mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JR7MAZ Japan 2011-05-06 08:1510mCW 599 599
9M2ZAK JO3HPM Japan 2011-05-06 08:1410mCW 559 599
9M2ZAK 7K1MAG Japan 2011-05-06 08:1310mCW 599 599

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