40 entries.
ok1tn ok1tn from Liban wrote on 10/03/2020 at 19:21
Thank You for new one on 160m . Good signals on all the bands
Admin Reply by: admin
Great to QSO with you! 73 de 9J2LA
Paul Richards Paul Richards from BOORAL wrote on 10/03/2020 at 10:23
Would it be possible for you to listen for VK between 1930z and 1945z on topband. Your TX signal is fantastic but cannot break the EU pileup. CW should be possible or single stream FT8. Cheers and Thanks Paul - vk4ma
Admin Reply by: admin
Hey Paul, thanks for your text. We will try to listen to OC and AS during your sunrise. It is not easy to pick up calls in this local noise. Hope you can make it into the log! 73 de 9J2LA
Timo Timo wrote on 09/03/2020 at 22:43
You have a problem when running FT8. You missed to send most RR73, and your TX frequency was sometimes jumping up 1500Hz. This happened on 10.140 MHz after 21:10 UTC. Please check your settings.
Admin Reply by: admin
Thanks for your input, we have a look into it. 73 de 9J2LA
Per Per wrote on 09/03/2020 at 21:19
Hi guys I can hear you on 15 meters but you don´t hear me. Question: Will you do any SSB operations on 20 meters for Northern europe soon?? Keep up the good work!
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We will announce a SSB day soon. UPDATE: 12.03.2020 73 de 9J2LA
Nick Major Nick Major from Branston wrote on 09/03/2020 at 19:47
Thank you so much for activating this Entity. Just worked you on 20 Meter CW. Looking forward to seeing you on 40. Donation made 🙂 73 and good luck G0HFL
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Many thanks for your donation - really appreciated. Great to have you in the log! 73 de 9J2LA
José - EA2AA José - EA2AA from URDULIZ wrote on 09/03/2020 at 13:17
Any chance in 60mts. CW ? Good luck in the DXPedition
Admin Reply by: admin
Sorry, 60m not allowed in 9J, otherwise we would have been QRV on that band. 73 de 9J2LA
Paul Paul from maitland wrote on 09/03/2020 at 07:15
Please beam VK 0600-0800 on 17m cw
Admin Reply by: admin
Thanks for your input. We try to get Oceania in the log at that time. 73 de 9J2LA
Katsuichi Murota Katsuichi Murota from Tokyo wrote on 08/03/2020 at 23:03
Hi 9J2LA OPs, I will inform you of the latest sunrise time in Japan. The earliest sunrise in JA is 2040Z. So, please QRV on 160m for JA from 2030Z at least. JH1RES
Admin Reply by: admin
Thanks for your input. We are there on JA sunrise each night. Hope to catch you in the pileups! 73 de 9J2LA
Ivar, LA9TKA Ivar, LA9TKA from Norway wrote on 08/03/2020 at 23:00
Hi, thanks for QSO via Oscar-100. Nice if you post some pictures of your satellite equipment as well. Good luck! Best 73 Ivar, LA9TKA
Admin Reply by: admin
Thanks for your text. Glad to QSO with you. Pictures are available on our social media accounts as well as soon on the homepage. Check out or Hope to catch you in the pileups! 73 de 9J2LA
Bienemann Willi Bienemann Willi from Bedburg Hau wrote on 08/03/2020 at 19:10
Thank you for the nice QSO on 17m Band i splitt as 5 to 10 Up...nice strong Signal here in west Germany near the Dutch Border...your realy Report was 5/ SSB - loud and clear..Enjoy your Time there whit your Friend and come back whit all friend´s the Team...see you soon on DL3WB
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Thanks for your kind words. CUL in the pileups! 73 de 9J2LA
Gudmundur Sveinsson Gudmundur Sveinsson from Reykjavik wrote on 07/03/2020 at 11:32
Yesterday evening so many trying to spoil on 80m - at times up to 3 and 4 transmitting at your frequency - you had a fantastic signal - Good luck - great job - 73 Gudmi TF3SG
Admin Reply by: admin
Thanks for your kind words. CUL in the pileups! 73 de 9J2LA
J-P J-P from Seoul -Vaasa Remote setup wrote on 07/03/2020 at 05:25
Hi, you copied wrong my call on 80m CW today 7march2020 on 0405Z Utc 73s JP, OH6RX remote from HL1
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Send your query to our QSL manager please. You find link on this page: 73 de 9J2LA
christopher peightal christopher peightal from Harrington wrote on 06/03/2020 at 02:39
Hope to work ya. Be safe and have fun! 73 de KA3ZLS
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Hope to see you later in the pileups! 73 de 9J2LA
Charles Charles from Yorkshire, England wrote on 04/03/2020 at 21:48
Good luck guys, safe travels and hoping you have a successful and enjoyable Dxpedition.
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Thanks for your kind words! 73 de 9J2LA
Tony Casey EI3HA Tony Casey EI3HA wrote on 04/03/2020 at 07:04
Hi looking forward to working ye , Been in Thailand 8 weeks no radio . So home Tuesday enjoy your stay Regards Tony EI3HA
Admin Reply by: admin
Hope to catch you in the pileups! 73 de 9J2LA
Robert Jansen Robert Jansen from Oudenhoorn wrote on 04/03/2020 at 01:03
I will listen out for your station. Dutch SWL station PA11322 VRZA member Netherlands.
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Awesome! 73 de 9J2LA
Helen Helen wrote on 03/03/2020 at 17:35
Have a good and safe trip! Enjoy operating - no noise, no static and good behavior of those, who are at the other side of the pile up!
Admin Reply by: admin
Thanks for the kind words! 73 de 9J2LA
Alberto Alberto from Camogli wrote on 03/03/2020 at 15:22
hello guys, I wish you all the best for 9J2LA. See you on the low bands pileup. 73 de IZ1FRM
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Hope to see you later in the pileups! 73 de 9J2LA
Tony Tony from Sittingbourne Kent UK wrote on 03/03/2020 at 15:12
Hope you enjoy the dxpedition and I hope I can work you through the pile up but I only have 100 watts so here is hoping, good luck M0IQD
Admin Reply by: admin
Thanks for your text! Hoep to get you in the log soon. 73 de 9J2LA
Philipp Springer, DK6SP Philipp Springer, DK6SP from Erding wrote on 03/03/2020 at 13:21
Hey DX-community, we just opened our guestboook for you. Feel free to type in your comments here 🙂 See you soon in the pileups from Zambia! 73 de Philipp, DK6SP in behalf of the 9J2LA team