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Z6, KOSOVO. DXCC newest entity continues to be very active on the bands
to celebrate its entry on the DXCC list and celebrating Kosovo's 10th
anniversary of independence (February, 2008). Look for Z60A to be in the
ARRL International DX CW Contest (February 17-18th). As this was being
written, ClubLog shows (as of 1549z, February 10th) that Z60A has made
a total of 64795 QSOs with 22525 unique callsigns: 38119/CW, 21107/SSB
and 5569/RTTY. The breakdown by continent is: 477/AF, 6537/AS, 43950/EU,
12975/NA, 278/OC and 578/SA. QSL via OH2BH.
ENHANCED QSL SERVICE FOR Z60A OPERATION NOW UNDERWAY.
The ClubLog OQRS system is set to cover the cost of direct QSL postage
USDs 3.00, while also allowing voluntarily, private contributions. All
donations small or large are most welcome to support SHRAK, the Kosovo
Amateur Radio Association to aid in recruiting additional Kosovar youth
and to activate the existing Amateur Radio operators and support their
As many have requested confirmations during the ongoing activation, it
has been decided to do an immediate LoTW and fast direct QSL service for
those who contribute USDs 20.00 or more. This option would not delay any
of the traditional QSL options, but just put a priority on those who are
willing to help Kosovo Amateur Radio finally move beyond the past ten
If you wish to upgrade your earlier QSL request to this enhanced service
you can send your donation through the ClugLog:
On behalf of the Project Goodwill Kosovo,
Martti Laine, OH2BH
(Reminder by N7NG) CLARIFICATION OF THE Z60A LOTW UPLOAD TIMING:
The complete Z60A log will be uploaded approximately four weeks after
the current activation. The current activation will end immediately
following Kosovo's 10th independence anniversary celebrations on Sunday,
February, 18 2018. The additional four-week window will allow for cor-
rections and checking for potentially busted calls.