I am very happy to announce, that after long time of preparation and
I am able to organize my first large 7 bands EME DXpedition to Morocco. In
cooperation with Václav OK1VVT - 144 MHz operator, and
courtesy of Jim W7EJ, I am going to Casablanca -
IM63dm in October 2017. We are expecting to be QRV on all ham radio
bands from 144 up to 10368 MHz.
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Donation received, thank you for your support.
WA2ODO Pete - send spare preamplifiers, JA4BLC Yoshiro -
building RX down converter for 10450 MHz RXing
In the main time we will work first all
stations by CW, than when CW traffic slow down, we will be
also to WSJT for all stations interesting to work us in that mode too. We
are able to switch between CW and JT according request if not so busy in
During ARRL EME
contest, first Moon pass we will be QRV 432 MHz ! Means that not
only from 00:00 UT on Saturday, but from our Moonrise in Friday around
19:00 UT. We expect to have clear horizon for East and West and will
work in maximum length of our Moon window. Than we exchange feed for 1296 MHz
and will be QRV next Moon pass in contest on 23cm. Sunday
we will change feed and TRV and will be QRV on 3cm again full Moon pass,
even on lower bands will follow up ARRL contest till 00:00 UT from
Parallel in all those bands we will be QRV 144 MHz CW and
JT65. We will be also available on HB9Q Moon chat and N0UK, for possible sked or special requests for tests, exchanging modes etc.
2,3 GHz - With RX band we will cover all existing ham
radio frequency on EME and
expect to work everybody from Australia, Japan, EU and USA. We will
TX only 2320,100 and 2304,100 !!!
10 GHz - courtesy of Yoshiro JA4BLC we will be able to RX
on 10450 MHz,
on TX thanks to Mirek OK2AQ we will have 52W RF and new very precise 180cm dish
thanks to Eddy ON7UN.
We prefer QRG xxxx.100 on all bands.
On MW bands we will use WSJT .10 and WSJT.X with Doppler
shift compensation. Do not forget to put our call sign to the WSJT data
base. Check WSJT work condition described byRene PE1L
Some tips to help
us to QSO with you
Add us to 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. Usually
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 QRG, 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
RRR, its good to know for us that we can call the next station.
We don't have a special station and we can't
make more then 10 qso's a hour, it takes patience to QSO with
More and more stations are locked at 10 MHz,
keep in mind you can end on top off each other at 144 MHz. Use
If you are familiar with the `Lance
Procedure` you can call us that way.
For CW and JT65B and C we will always
RX on our own echo.