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70258 q's as for Oct, 18 2014 and counting...

74000 q´s as for Nov, 16 2014 and counting...

GALAPAGOS HC2AO/8 UPDATE

The HC8 Galapagos trip with Russian Robinson Team (RC5A, RA1AGL, R4WAA, RM0F, UA1ANA, and OG2K) is scheduled between November 21st and December 6 th including Multi 2 entry in CQ WW CW. Calls are issued. After and before the contest we will be signing with our own calls. QTH is ex HC8N site. 4 amps. 160-6M.

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Award "Galapagos Mañana 2014".

Work as many DX-pedition members as possible.

Dates: November, 21 - December, 7 2014

Classes:

Gold - 7 different calls

Silver - 5 different calls

Bronze - 3 different calls

Any band, any mode.

DX-pedition callsigns:

HC2ANT

HC2AO

HC2OGT

HC2RAT

HC2RCT

HC2RMT

HC2WAT

Application should be sent to Elena RC5A, e-mail info@rv3aca.ru

Award fee will be anounce a little bit later.

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I'll be signing HC2AO/8, LOTW account is already validated and depending on the interent availability QSO's will be uploaded as fast as possible for your conviniece. Paper QSLs are printed and are available through RC5A both direct and bureau. All qsos for the previous May, 2013 operation from San Cristobal were uploaded as well as HD8A log.

I'm sorry if I'd sound annoying or mentoring but still I'd like you to read the following:

 

                                                                            My way of operation

Please be advised, my intention is to provide "new band" or "new one" to  as many as possible. I stronlgy recommend to listen, try to send me your call once in the pileup, do not repeat it if I´m already answering you, limit yourself to signal report and tu. Your name and QTH are undoubtly valuable information but not essential in the case of a dx-pedition. Follow the golden rule of DXing  - send as much info, as you receive.  Do not call if you don't hear me.  Dupe QSO's are not welcome. I use split if the pile up is too big, i.e. more than a dozen of callers at the time. If I know that my signals are strong to manage a pileup, I work simplex. With a well-behaved pilepe and good propagation 3-4 or more q's per minute is not a problem without going split and therefore not stealing bandwidth from other users.

I usually but not always end up a qso with a TU. If you heard me sending your call and report - you are in the log. Sometime when there is a big pileup, I confirm the reception of the report by repeating your call and without waiting switch immediatly to atteend another caller. Don't worry, you are in the log.

Concerning CW speed. Please give me the best you can, no matter what band. I receive QRQ way better than QRS especially on 80 and 160. I WILL lower the speed as soon as there are no callers with a given speed. Patience is a virtue.

Rarely I use ??? to verify a miscopied call. I send what I copied. Say, AA would mean that I copied AA and now requesting you to complete the call. Out of 74 thousands qsos as HC2AO only about 50 were logged incorrectly.

I don't like to specify JA only or EU only but there may be times when I will stop the pileup and address a specific geographic area. Please respect that and give a chance to the hard-to-get guys in zones 17,18,22, 23, 29, 37 especially on 80 and 160. You CAN call at any time if you are in AFRICA, PACIFIC, ASIA (excluding JA since I'll call JA specifically), OCEANIA.  North American HAMs please be patient on low bands 160 through 40 at EU, AS sunset-sunrise time frame.

If you are happy with my operation style and qsos and decide to make a donation to the cause, contact me. That would be appreciated and go towards further DX outings. That goes as well for certain amount of liquors promised by certain people (I take the phrases like   "I owe you a beer" or "A botlle of vodka is on me" literally) - you can fulfil the promise ))) (if you read this and thought I'm serious - I can't help)

I hope we all have FUN. 73 Alex HC2AO

 

Daily or so DX notes http://hc2ao.livejournal.com/  Your comments are more than welcome.

LOGs are uploaded to LoTW daily (when possible)...

LoTW users, please upload your logs as often as you can...

If you haven't joined LOTW, I highly recommend you do so...

I was persuaded into LoTW by Serge, RZ3FW and Konstantin, RW3DD... After a year of nearly daily reminders, I surrended ... TU Serge & Konstantin

 

My thanks to Alberto, HC2AQ    Tony, HC2AC   Victor, HC2DR   Alfredo, HC2SL   Mama Lilian, HC4L  Milton, HC8MA  Guido, HC8GR for their support and understanding

My never-ending tribute to my mentors UA4WI and UA4WBM RIP

 

OQRS is available at Clublog via RC5A bureau, direct

A short biography

Born 1970

Ham since 1980

Ex: UA4WAE  op at: UK4WAF, EV4AW, UZ4WWF, RK4WWF, RK4WWQ, RU4W, HD2A, HD8A, HC4MRC, HC2GRC, HC2ESN, HD9A, HD2RAE

 

QTH in Ballenita  for more details go http://www.vrbo.com/502025

HC8 QTH is available for rent. Contact me for details.

 

 

PICTURES WITH SOME OF MY FRIENDS:

Alfredo, HC2SL Long time Ecuador only very high speed CW OP known as Sapo Loco "Crazy Toad"smiley

 

 

Tobias DH1TW / AL1O A great engineer and antenna designer and my little German brother as well

Visit his homepage for some insights athttp://www.dh1tw.de/

 

 

Irina, WA4WHX Alberto, HC2AQ Sonia, HC2BG Vlad (I can't remember his call.... ah... UA4WHX)

Vlad's brief visit to Ecuador... We won't forget the running shoes, mansmiley

 

 

 

Alberto, HC2AQ

smileyHere we are about to raise the darn 160 vertical that never worked BTW yet it was fun

 

Tony, HC2AC / KF6ZWD Uncle Walt, W7SE

smileySerious guys teaching a rookie i.e. me how to speak proper English without using F-words too often

 

Alexander, RA1AGL after (or while) ARRL SSB 2013

That happened while the contest was going on but it was hot and boring so we slipped awaysmiley

HD2A Team in ARRL SSB 2013

(L-R) Alexander, RA1AGL Elena, RC5A

Alberto,HC2AQ Alexey, HC2AO

Shelley K7MKL/HC2UB Jack W6NF/ HC2UA

 

Alberto,HC2AQ Yuri,VE3DZ Alex, HC2AO at HC2AQ´s place

 

Serge, R4WAA (HC2TWA) Alex,HC2AO at HD2A

 

 


Rick, NE8Z - HC1MD and Alex HC2AO in Capaes January 2014

 

KK4GV Rich and Alex, HC2AO March 2014

Shacks in HC for rent. Thinking on moving somewhere? Contact me by e-mail.

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