Radio Amateurstation PA3CMC

Radio Amateurstation PA3CMC

EME DX expedition Z21EME

EME DX expedition Z21EMEPosted by Lins Sat, July 05, 2014 10:53:34

From 1 novemebr 2014 – 8 november 2014 is Z21EME in KG58gh QRV,
2m, 6m, 70cm and 23cm EME. Mode JT65 and CW.

Click here for photogallery z21eme.pa3cmc.nl

Look here for common moon window with us z21eme-moonwindow.pa3cmc.nl

Group members:

Lins PA3CMC Z21CMC

John ZS6JON Z21EME

Chris PA2CHR Z21CHR

Paul ZS6NK Z21NK

Station:

2m 4 x 9el horizontal and 4 x 6el vertikal design I3DLI

6m 11 el m2

70cm 1 x 38el. m2

23cm 67 el.

Operating scedule:
2m all moonpasses between 1 till 7 november

6m all moonpasses between 1 till 7 november
23cm Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 Nov: 23 cm.
Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 Nov: 70 cm.

If you have sked request please ask us.

QSL direct or via buro
Direct wit SAE and €2 or $2, if not enough postage QSL send back via buro.
All sponsors automatically recieve QSL direct.

L Berben
Simonshoek 2
5768 CS Meijel
Netherlands


QSL card made by ON5UR


Any donations are welcome.

Paypal info@pa3cmc.nl

Bank IBAN NL58INGB0006770934
BIC INGBNL2A

Our special thanks to:
Hubert ON6JZ for technical support & measurements.
Rene PE1L for his continued Expertise & Technical support. We value his contribution.
Joop PA0JMV antenna measurements. Sam G4DDK for sponsorship 23cm pre amp.
Danie ZS6DVZ and Magiel ZS6BML for helping Paul with the 6m tower.


And sponsors: N7NW, VE1KG,
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Powered by SSPA's from VH Electronics Slovakia TAJFUN 1000 and ITALAB Italy Phoenix 1000 & ATLAS 1000

Some tips to help us to qso with you

WSJT, put Z21EME in CALL3.TXT

Please call us when you CAN copy us. No need to have a good decode from us, you will decode us when we call you. usaly you can't decode signals -24 till 31 which are not for you, you see a # indicating we call someone else.

You don't need stop calling us when we are in QSO with someone else, after a QSO we will call the next station but only if he was TX'ing the period before.

Don't hop around, choose a freq to call us and stay there for a while. If you stop TX'ing, listen the next period and then change freq if you want.

We will not TX 73, if a QSO is complete by RX'ing 73 from you we call CQ or another station. (QSO is complete if both stations received both calls, a report and one or more R)

You need to send 73 after you got our RR, its good to know for us that we can call the next station.

For 6m we follow the the DX QSO procedure from Lance W7GJ, please read the procedure carefull.
http://www.bigskyspaces.com/w7gj/DXpedition%20Procedure.pdf