Today the complete J88HL log has been uploaded into LOTW system.
73! Wlodek SP6EQZby Włodek Herej with No Comments
In 2012 our 5T0SP DXpedition was placed on the 5th place. In 2013 our J88HL DXpedition took the 4th place. We are very proud and very glad that so many HAMs decided to vote for us. First of all we realize that such a poll is just a play and it is done for fun first of all. There were many great DXpeditions in 2013: all organizers have their specific organizational aspects and in fact it is hard to honestly compare all DXpeditions. So first of all we would like to congratulate all organizers and teams of the DXpeditions of 2013.
Now about our 4th place… Thanks for so many votes. For us it means that we are going the right way as DXpedition organizers. It also motivates us to keep high operating level and standards during our next DXpedition. No, no… there are no plans now but the next DXpedition of our team will surely take place…
Thanks to the DX World and DX World Shop for running the poll… Thanks for all votes… Many DX in 2014…by SP5UAF with No Comments
In the New Year Eve Day we got QSL cards from the printer house.
During the last few days with great help of local Hams SP6AEG and SP6EF we worked very hard in order to complete huge pile up of direct letters and OQRS.
We are nearly on the end of the pile and within few days all cards will be sent around the world to enjoy you with the new one.
We wish All of You Very Happy and prosperous New Year with the new achievements on our amateur bands.
Looking forward to hear you soon from our new 2014’ Dxpeditionby Włodek Herej with No Comments
Some more statistics.
As you know, we have made 78.400 QSOs. There are 27.097 unique callsigns in the log. We worked 189 DXCC entities from St. Vincent.
There is one station which worked J88HL on all ten possible bands. It is Lucien FM5WD who worked us on different modes on all bands from 6 meters to 160 meters.by SP5UAF with No Comments
There was no time to publish news last days… We would like to inform that all members of the Team J88HL are at their homes now. The trip was very long – 34 hours from the start to the moment when we entered Poland (the last flight was to Berlin, our cars were parked there and then we started w few hours drive to Poland). Unfortunately one suitcase (wth K3) inside was lost somewhere. We hope that it will be found soon.
We have made first statistics. Here are the countries with the highest number of QSOs:
Each individual QSO is equally important for our team but in the same time we must say that we are very pleased of the high number of QSOs to JA stations. From the perspective of St. Vincent the area of Japan is the antipodes.
We were able to have a rest after a long journey and now we are selecting pictures to be used on our QSL card.
J8 is not a problematic DXCC entity but we have sent all necessary J88HL documents to the ARRL just to be sure everything is OK. So we are very happy to inform the DX community that the J88HL operation is valid for DXCC.by SP5UAF with No Comments