Cocos Island

This page is brought to you in association with AMSAT-UK and the Southgate Amateur Radio Club.  Page last updated on: Wednesday, November 26, 2014. Cocos Island Operators Dom 3Z9DX, Jon K7CO and Jorge TI2HMJ will be active as TI9A from Cocos Island NA-012 between February 16-23rd 2015. It has been 6 years since the last TI9 operation, and it is ranked 26th on the most wanted list. Boat trip to the island will take place February 14th 2015, and it takes 30 hours from Costa Rica. Their Radio Permit is issued for 7 days only. That means they can operate for only about 6 days 24h/day operation. They are in possession of the second permit, which allows them to stay on the island overnight. The team will have 2 radios on the air operating on 80-10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY.QSL via 3Z9DX, direct, by the Bureau, the OQRS on ClubLog or direct PayPal request no need to send a paper card. QSL requests with insufficient postage will be returned to the sender via Bureau. They are looking for funds. A survey/vote for bands/modes needs is available at the following Web page, as well as more details and updates, see:

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Cocos Island is ranked 26th on the most needed list.  Operators Dom (3Z9DX), Jon (K7CO), and Jorge (TI2HMJ) will be active as TI9A, running SSB, CW, and RTTY from 80 to 10 meters.  DXpedition dates are 16-23 Februrary 2015.  Good luck to all!

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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