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The first target of 80000 QSO wasn't reached but despite all of the problems they suffered with electricity, statics and propagation they finnally stopped on about 67000 QSO.

One of the most important thing is they have once again broken the RTTY QSO’s number world record in a Dxpédition, with more than 17000.

They kept the previous reord since they broke it for the first time in 2009 during TS7C dxpedition. They always keep also the Digital Dxpedition QSO World record..

Yann, F1NGP has uploaded the complete logbook on Club_log - https://secure.clublog.org/charts/?c=TJ9PF&a=embed
The corrections to be made will be considered when Yann will be back home.

They are all occupied to dismantle and pack the gear. They have no more time for the bus will pick up them at the hôtel at 1700 , for driving to the Airport.

We are waiting for our TJ9PF friends to morrow morning at Paris CdG

Many thanks to all of you who made TJ9PF a success.


The QSL cards for the last TJ9PF activity in Kibri, Cameroon, - Feb 2011 10 to 20, by the Provins ARC F6KOP team are printed.

Didier, F5OGL, QSL manager is expecting to get them this week, from the printer.

We ask all of you who asked for direct QSL cards, a little patience.

The labels are printed and the French stamps are purchased; they are ready to be put on the cards and envelopes.

So , the first batch will be mailed very soon.

It's useless to renew your cards requests, please don't do.

By the way, know that, as usually for all F6KOP's dxpeditions, the upload on Lotw, is scheduled when all the direct cards, and the first bureau batches will be answered, so allow us some months.


Following a TJ9PF QSL bug , Gerard, F2VX, Frank, F4AJQ and Didier F5OGL got in touch with Bill, NC1L of the ARRL DXCC Desk.

Now the log has been uploaded on LotW . Seb F5UFX has received the System aknowledgement of reception, and the cards are now accepted for the DXCC Programm as follow.

73 and many thanks to all of those who called and QSO'd TJ9PF.



TJ9PF – Cameroon
2011 Operation

Special Note:

“We have been notified that the TJ9PF QSL labels have been printed with the year 2001 instead of 2011. This is a known software bug that has been fixed. Regardless, we do not believe the integrity of the TJ9PF logs or operation are affected by this printing error. Also, the TJ9PF logs have now been uploaded to LoTW, providing a primary source of QSO confirmations. We will add instructions to the DXCC system internally to note this operation’s correct year. No one wants to promote the wasting of resources to reprint labels or cards, or to require resending of cards to fix an error which has little effect on the program. DXCC will accept TJ9PF QSLs showing the date as 2001.

73 es DX!

Bill Moore NC1L
Awards Branch Manager

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