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NEWS UPDATE — It’s official! The Tokelau DXpedition for 2019 has been allocated the callsign ZK3A. The license is valid from 9th May 2019 to 31st December 2019.
The team will also help ten (10) young locals in becoming Radio Amateurs and has arranged for a call sign (ZK3RT) to be granted to the Tokelau Club Station which will have equipment donated by our team.
The operators are expected to arrive before or during 29th of September in Apia, with embarkation to Tokelau Islands to take place the following morning on the 30th September 2019. There are 18 operators who will be activating this rare Pacific entity.
It has been decided amongst the ops there will be two operating camps and with concentration on the low bands. There will be an advanced installation crew that will be sent prior to the main body of operators arriving. Dusko ZL3WW, Adrian KO8SCA, and Rob NQ7T have volunteered to become the advanced installation crew.
It is highly possible that ZK3A will become active prior to 2nd October depending on how the set up is coming along. Updated team and website here.
DECEMBER 17, 2018 — Team – YT1AD, UT5UY, UR0MC, ZL3WW, VK3FY, WD5COV, PY2XB, US0KW, UX0LL, UT8IO, UA2FZ, RW7K, R7KW, UT7QF, DJ9ZB, SV2BFN, KO8SCA, N7QT & VE7NY will be active from Tokelau (IOTA OC-048) during October 1-15, 2019 as
ZK3X (ZK3A). They will be active on all bands, 160-6m; all modes + EME. More info coming soon.