ZK2C … just a “dit” in the pacific
From february, 3rd to february, 17th 2012 we will activate Niue, IOTA OC-040
from Namukulu Cottages in the north-west part of the island – grid AH51BA.
We will be qrv on all bands (6m to 160m) in CW, SSB and RTTY.
Planned are 3 simultan stations with 500 watt solid state amplifires with various antennas…
We are happy to see you in the pileups…
Equipment considerations, subject to availability:
Elecraft K3, Tokyo Hy Power, Elecraft KPA 500, microham MK-II
5-band Spiderbeam, BigSteppIR vertical, 75ft vertical, 35ft vertical
Wintest network logging, W3NQN filters
Please listen always to the instructions of the operators !!
CW SSB RTTY
1,814.5 up 1,849 up&dwn –
80m 3,512 up 3,805 down 3,580 up
40m 7,012 up 7,095 up&dwn 7,049 up&dwn
30m 10,116 up – 10,137 up
20m 14,012 up 14,210 up 14,077 up
17m 18,086 up 18,120 up 18,106 up
15m 21,012 up 21,255 up 21,098 up
12m 24,906 up 24,945 up 24,924 up
10m 28,012 up 28,440 up 28,110 up
6m 50,102 up 50,115 up –
This are the planned operating frequencies.
Depending of local situation, we may change this frequencies.
We will work always SPLIT
!! Please avoid dupes !!
Only for QSOs with ZK2C between February 03rd, 2012 and February 17th, 2012.
Bureau: via DL7JAN
Direct: SAE and postage return ( cash only – US$ or EUR – please NO IRC ) to
Alte Poststr. 34
One word regarding postage return
Postage for a standard envelope (maximal 20 grams)
to DL – SAE with 0,55 EUR
to all others countries worldwide – SAE with 0,75 EUR or 1 EUR or 2 US $
QSL requests with insufficent postage return go back to the sender via QSL bureau.
Infos about Niue
Time difference between Niue and UTC = -11.00 hours.
Niue is a large upraised coral atoll, and is a standalone land mass in the centre of a triangle of Polynesian islands made up of Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands. Located 2400km north east of New Zealand, on the eastern side of the international dateline, Niue is 11 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
The general formation of the island takes the shape of two terraces, the lower terrace being 28m above sea level and the upper terrace is about 69m above sea level. The island’s isolation and coral makeup creates an exciting rugged coastline and reef which provides intimate swimming coves as opposed to the typical long stretches of sandy beaches so predominant elsewhere in Polynesia. The whole island is dotted with a myriad of caves and sheltered rocky coves, some of which have yet to be explored. The Huvalu Rainforest is home to some amazing indigenous trees and has been designated as a Conservation Area to protect and conserve the islands primary rainforest and natural fauna and flora.