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The 3D2C team is now making their way to Suva, Fiji to board their vessel for the 36 hour voyage to Conway Reef. The advance team is in Suva and has prepared, tested and loaded our equipment. We now have 19 operators from all over the globe to participate in this tent and generator operation.
We have updated our website with the following features: On-line log search, which will be updated as frequently as possible, We also list the most recent spots/DX Cluster courtesy of dxwatch.com,
The main goals of this DXpedition are to work every amateur radio operator who needs Conway Reef for a new DXCC country. In addition, we will be active on all bands from 1.8 MHz to 144 MHz, including the 5MHz and 50 MHz bands.
We will be active on CW, SSB and RTTY. Special attention will be made to work far away stations such as Europe and Africa during those periods when propagation permits. The propagation window for EU and Africa is very brief at times and signals may be weak, so we ask everyone in the honored HAM SPIRIT to stand by when asked so that we may fulfill this need. Our destination will have a wide range of options and possibilities.
We will use our Satellite phones to upload our logs on a daily basis to our on-line log. We will upload to LOTW approximately six months following the DXpedition.
Our team consists of these Operators: Hrane-YT1AD-Leader, Aleksej-UA4HOX-Co-Leader-Operations, Paul-N6PSE-Co-Leader-PR & Fund-raising, David-WD5COV, Vasily-RW4NW, David-AH6HY, Alan-K6SRZ-Team Physician, Alan-AD6E, Sergej-RZ3FW, Craig-K9CT, Stan-LZ1GC, George-N6NKT, Peter-PY5CC, Mike-K6MKF, Jim-K9JM, Miguel-PY3MM, Luciano-PY5KD, Dragan-YT3W and Tevita-3D2TR.
Our Pilot Stations are: Aca-YU1AA, Toma-YU1AB and Andre-V51B.
We wish everyone good propagation and we hope that you enjoy working the 3D2C Team.
We are very grateful to INDEXA, NCDXF and all of the Clubs and individuals who have provided monetary support for this Dxpedition. We sincerely hope we can satisfy your needs!
Our official website is http://www.yt1ad.info/3d2c/index.html