C6, BAHAMAS (Update/Another Callsign Confusion). Gil, N2GG, was active as C6AGG early in the week from Grand Bahama Island (NA-001). However, on December 4th, Gil's callsign was corrected to C6AEE. Gil states, "I was originally issued C6AGG in error by the Bahama authority. I will respond to any C6AGG QSL requests with a C6AEE QSL." Actually, C6AGG belongs to Carolyn Wardle of Nassau and has had the callsign for 22 years. Gil will be on the island until December 13th. Activity will be holiday style on 80-10 meters using mostly SSB with some CW. QSL via N2GG.
CE0Z, JUAN FERNANDEZ. Several sources are reporting that a team of 10
operators will be active from Robinson Crusoe Island (SA-005) during
mid-2013. It was also mentioned that this is the same group who activated
D64K earlier this year. Look for more details to be forthcoming.
EC4, SPAIN (On the Birds!). John, K8YSE, reports: "Luis, EC4TR, is looking
for North American stations to set up schedules with him. His grid square
is IN80er. E-mail him at his QRZ.com E-mail address if you would like to
contact him. FO-29 is over 1300km high during morning passes over the
Atlantic now. AO-7 is always around 1450km and is in Mode B on odd days