CQ Announcements: November 2010
Kentucky QSO Party - Hosted by the Western Kentucky DX Association, 1400Z Nov. 13 to 0200Z Nov. 14. For details go to:
The following Special Event stations are scheduled for November:
K4NYC, from Veteran's Day Recognition Day, Coral Springs, FL; 1200-1159Z Nov. 11-13 on 3.825, 7.185, 14.250, 21.300 SSB, 3.580.150, 7.080.150, 7.035.150, 14.070.150, 21.070.150 PSK. For QSL, send QSL and SASE to: Ed Ramos, 11200 NW 39th St., Coral Springs, FL 33065-2751. <http://www.qrz.com/db/k4nyc> or <http://www.k4nyc.com>.
KØGRL, from Veteran's Day special event, Eastern Nebraska Veteran's Home, Bellevue, NE; Strategic Command Memorial ARC; 1500-2000Z Nov. 11 on 14.247 (±10 kHz). For QSL send QSL and SASE to SACMARC, P.O. Box 1292, Bellevue, NE 68005-1292. <http://www.sacmarc.org>.
WØJH, Remembering the Edmund Fitzgerald, two stations operating from Split Rock Lighthouse (ARLHS USA 783), Split Rock, MN; Stillwater ARA; 1600Z Nov. 6 to 0200Z Nov. 8 on SSB 3.860, 7.260, 14.260, 21.360 MHz (±QRM). QSL certificates will only be sent via e-mail for printing. Send request with required QSO info (callsign, date, time, freq., RST, etc.) to or complete QSL request form at <www.radioham.org>. (You do not have to send a printed QSL.)
CG3MUG, Thunder Bay MCTS Centre (Canadian Coast Guard Radio Station, regular callsign VE3MUG) celebrating 100 years of radio service, Thunder Bay, Canada, November 2010. There will be several options for amateur radio stations and SWLers to obtain a special 100th anniversary CG3MUG QSL card (a certificate may also be designed). As they get closer to the event and make the final preparations,the CG3MUG listing on the QRZ.com website will be updated. VHF and HF operation via CW, PSK, RTTY, SSB, FM, VoIP (CQ100) and perhaps other digital data modes, on the amateur radio bands. E-mail: ; on the web: <http://my.tbaytel.net/va3rom>.
VA3IF, from Remembrance Day celebration, McCrae House, the birthplace of Col. John McCrae, the author of the poem "In Flanders Fields," Ontario, Canada; The Guelph Amateur Radio Club; Nov. 6 to Nov.11 (Saturday and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. EST; Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST) on 10, 15, 20, 40, and 80 meters, as well as IRLP, VE3OVQ, at 147.5400 MHz, node 2260.
The following hamfests, etc., are slated for November:
Nov. 6, South Florida Ham Fest, South County Civic Center, Delray Beach, FL; Boca Raton Amateur Radio Association. Contact: Walt Dreyfus, 954-481-5327 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; <http://www.southfloridahamfest.org>. (Talk-in 145.29 [PL 110.9] and 442.875 [PL 110.9]; exams)
Nov. 6, Enid Hamfest,, Garfield County Fairgrounds Hoover Building, Enid, OK. Information: <http://www.enidhamfest.com>; email: . (Talk-in 147.375 +.600 MHz; exams 1 PM)
Nov. 7, WACOM 2010 HAMFEST, Washington County Fairgrounds, Washington, PA; Washington Amateur Communications. Information: <http://www.WACOMARC.org>, or contact Bud Plants, N3TIR, 724-350-6745. (Talk in 145.49 MHz; exams 10 AM)
Nov. 12-15, the 4th Fenarcom, the amateur radio convention of Brazil, Indaiatuba Municipal Sports Center, Indaiatuba, Sao Paulo State, Brazil. Information: <http://www.fenarcom.com.br/>.
Nov. 13, FARAFEST, Upper Cape Regional Vocational School, Bourne, MA; Falmouth ARA. Information: <http://www.falara.org>. (Talk-in 146.655/146.055 [PL 88.5]; exams 9-11 AM)
Nov. 13-14, Fort Wayne Hamfest and Computer Expo, Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN; Allen County Amateur Radio Technical Society (AC-ARTS). For more information leave a message on the answering machine at 260-579-2196 and you will be contacted. You can also send an inquiry to ACARTS/Fort Wayne Hamfest, P.O. Box 10342, Fort Wayne, IN 46851-0342, or visit <http://www.fortwaynehamfest.com>. (Talk-in 146.88[-]; exams Saturday)
Nov. 20, CAARA Amateur Radio Flea Market; Pigeon Cove Circle Center, Rockport, MA; Cape Ann ARA. Contact Dick Copithorne, e-mail: <email@example.com or call 1-508-269-4941. (Talk-in 145.130 MHz)