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Joe Pater is the newsletter editor. If you have news to contribute,

please send it to Joe at: W8GEX@aol.com



Oct. 21, 2016





NEW COUNTRY:  Central African Republic - TL0A

This team is supposed to be on 60m. As you might know they are active now on all bands. That is all the details I have at this time. If you hear them on 60m please spot them on the cluster to alert others.




San Andres: 5K

AA4NC Will and AA4VK Ron will be on San Andres from Feb 14 to March 7. The only unknown is my call sign at this point. It should be either 5K0N or 5K0X.


I will be operating the ARRL DX contests, so no 60m during those weekends.


73,   Will AA4NC


Luxembourg: The LX0HF beacon on 5205.25kHz will continue to operate. This will be good in order to check propagation



St. Kitts V44JA:


W5JON will be in St. Kitts from November 15, to December 15.  Feel free to email him for a 60m schedule at W5JON@SBCglobal.net


60m Website: The 60m website is at www.60metersonline.com

Please send you station picture with you in it  to webmaster@60metersonline.com and we will be happy to posted it with the others. It’s nice to put a face with a call. On the website we have a 60m DXCC country count. It has nothing to do with the ARRL DXCC award. Go to Achievements, DX Awards and you’ll see who is on our country leader board. Feel free to send your totals to the webmaster for posting. As you work a new one, advise our webmaster to update your listing webmaster@60metersonline.com


JT-65 update from Andy VE9DX:

Active stations have been 4X1R, K6EID, W8GEX, EA4DS, G4SVN, LZ2TU, ON4AXU and a PA3.  Also seen by PSK reporter RI1AND and VP8ALJ.  Both heard me on.


If you know of a friend going on a DXpedition please encourage them to operate the 60m band and keep me posted so I may pass the word.



Up coming DXpeditions

St. Kitts V44JA


W5JON will be in St. Kitts from November 15, to December 15.  Feel free to email him for a schedule at w5jon@sbcglobal.net





Recent activity:


These are stations that were active or made a SWL spot on the DX Watch cluster:




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You can also go to this DX Watch cluster page and see the 60 meter spots.       http://www.dxwatch.com/dxsd1/dxsd1.php?f=5

If you know anyone who wants to be added to this newsletter, if you have any 60m news to share, or if you are going on a DXpedition and plan a 60m operation, please let me know.


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Thanks, Joe W8GEX

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