[amsat-bb] Re: W1AW/2
n8hm at arrl.net
Wed Jan 15 09:50:42 PST 2014
FYI regarding QSLs:
"QSL cards from W1ØØAW and W1AW operating portable will be sent
automatically via the QSL Bureau system to each U.S.A. station who
signs-up online to receive such cards [this form is not ready yet --
please watch for an announcement]. This is a one-time only use of the
QSL Bureau for this purpose. QSLs will automatically be sent to
stations outside the U.S.A. via the QSL Bureau as normal. QSLs may be
requested directly also, with an SASE required for return."
Glad to hear of several operations on the satellites. I look forward
to working as many as possible on the satellites (as well as HF,
though I've missed the first few). I also look forward to operating as
W1AW/3 from the District of Columbia in July.
Paul Stoetzer, N8HM
On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 12:39 PM, Rolf Krogstad <rolf.krogstad at gmail.com> wrote:
> Great to see other W1AW portable operations planned for the satellites.
> I will be operating as W1AW/0 from EN34 in Minnesota the following week,
> January 29 through Feb. 4th.
> Note that those dates are from 0000 UTC through 2350 UTC.
> All QSL requests for the W!AW portable operations should go to ARRL
> Rolf NR0T
> Grid EN34it
> On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 9:36 AM, W2JV <PeteW2JV at verizon.net> wrote:
>> I will be active on all the amateur satellites from 1/22- 1/28 as W1AW/2.
>> W1AW Portable Operations, ARRL Centennial QSO Party
>> The ARRL Centennial "W1AW WAS" operations are taking place throughout 2014
>> from each of the 50 states, relocating each Wednesday (UTC) to a new pair
>> of states (this week, Nebraska and Delaware. Listen for W1AW/0 and W1AW/3).
>> During 2014 W1AW will be on the air from every state at least twice and
>> from most US territories, and it will be easy to work all states solely by
>> contacting W1AW portable operations.
>> 73, Pete
>> W2JV formerly WB2OQQ
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