Amateurfunk von Cocos Island

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A - Geografie und Geschichte

Kontinent: Nordamerika - Koordinaten: 6N 87W, EJ65 - Zonen: WAZ 7, ITU 11 - Zuweisung: TI9 - IOTA: NA-012 (ex NA-192)

A - Geografie und GeschichtezoomDie Kokos-Insel (spanisch Isla del Coco, englisch Cocos Island) ist eine unbesiedelte Insel im Pazifischen Ozean. Sie gehört politisch zum Kanton Puntarenas der gleichnamigen Provinz des zentralamerikanischen Staates Costa Rica.
Die vorwiegend aus vulkanischen Gesteinen bestehende Insel liegt 494 km vor der Pazifikküste Costa Ricas auf dem sogenannten Kokosrücken (Cocos Ridge), einer über 1000 km langen und 250 bis 500 km breiten untermeerischen Struktur, die allgemein als Spur des Galápagos-Hotspot gedeutet wird. Die Kokosinsel ist annähernd rechteckig geformt, 7,49 km lang, bis zu 4,61 km breit und hat eine Fläche von 23,85 km². Die höchste Erhebung ist der Cerro Iglesias mit 634 m im Westen. Seit 1978 ist die Kokosinsel ein Nationalpark von Costa Rica. 1997 wurde sie in die Liste der UNESCO-Welterbestätten aufgenommen.

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01-04 Die Insel / The island
05/06 - Standorte / Expedition sites
07-09 - Impressionen / Impressions
10/11 - Chatham Bay
12 - Ranger House, Chatham Bay
13 - Nur scheinbar kurzer Weg: 3h über den Berg / Not really a short trip: 3 hours over a mountain top
14/15 - Wafer Bay




B - QSL Gallery




C- DXpeditions

22.02.

TI9BR 1949/04 NN ÷RP      
TI9AA 1954/04 Dr. Heino Sommer, DI9AA TI9AA: Zwischenspiel mit DX    
TI9MHB 1955/02 John R. Beck, W6MHB Chatham Bay. Viking II    
TI9CR 1957/04 TI2LA; José Ml. Herrera C., TI2CAH First RRC DXpedition    
TI9CW 1959/04/17-19 Humberto V. Perez, TI2HP; Rigoberto Argeñal, TI2RA; José A. Zuñiga, TI2PZ; Martin Rosenthal, VE3MIR 2Collins KWM-I, Hy-Gain    
TI2CAH/TI9 1962/01 José Ml. Herrera C., TI2CAH Collins KWM-I, Cheyenne SB-10    
TI9RC 1963/05 Dick McKercher, W0MLY QSL: W4ECI. Hallicrafters SR150 & SX117    
TI9FG 1964/02 Frederic Theodor Gaspard Wafer Bay. KWM 1    
TI9JIC 1967/01 Joe, TI2JIC Hallicrafters SR-150    
TI9CF 1970/02 Bernal, TI2BF; Carlos, TI2CAP; José, TI2J; Jim, TI2USA; Fernando, TI2W; Don, K6JGS; Flip, W9FIU; Warren, W9IGW QSL: HK3VA. Chatham Bay; 2 Drake TX4B, R4B; 2 TA33JR Vertical.- Story: linkext. Link    
TI9CF 1971/02 Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF; José, TI2J; Enos L. Schera, jr, W4VPD; Don, K7CBZ QSL: W4VPD    
TI9J 1971/02 Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF; José, TI2J; Enos L. Schera, jr, W4VPD; Don, K7CBZ QSL: W4VPD    
TI9FAG 1975 Victor Vargas R., TI2VVR QSL: TI2FAG    
TI9DX 1975/04 Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF; Rodrigo Madriz, TI2WD; Salomon Weinstok, TI2WC; Armando Balma, TI2BC; Arturo Jop, TI2LJ QSL: TI2CF. 2600 contacts, first 432-144 Sat-contacts    
TI9FAG 1975/04 Fernando, TI2FAG; Fredy, HB9AEE; Willy, HB9AHL; Aldo, HB9AQM; Enos L. Schera, jr., W4VPD      
TI9CF, TI9BY 1977/04 Ing. Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF; Wolf Baron, TI2BY Planned for Chatham Bay. Drake TR4, Hustler 4BTV. Cancelled due to transport problems    
TI9AEL          
TI9DX 1978 Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF; Luis, TI2LFG; Fern, TI7TE; Jimmy, TI2JVA; Rodrigo Madriz, TI2WD; Chuck, KP4DMT; Juan, TI2KT; José, TI7JIJ QSL: TI2CF    
TI9CI 1978/03 Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF; Luis, TI2LFG; Fern TI7TE; Jimmy TI2JVA; Rod TI2WD; Chuck, KP4DJT; Juan TI2KT; José, TI7JMJ QSL: TI2CF. Wafer Bay. 5th Exp. By RCCR    
WA6EWI/TI9 1979/05 Jim Plowman, WA6EWI QSL: W6KNH. 4500 contacts    
TI9CI 1980/04 Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF; Luis, TI2LFG; Fern TI7TE; Jimmy TI2JVA; Rod TI2WD; Chuck, KP4DJT; Juan TI2KT; José, TI7JMJ QSL (using their 1978 5th Exp. By RCCR cards): TI2CF. Wafer Bay.    
TI9FAG 1981/01 Fernando Alfaro G., TI2FAG QSL: TI2FAG    
TI9W 1982/01 Carlos Diez, TI2KD; Sophia, TI2IY      
TI9FAG 1982/07 Fernando Alfaro G., TI2FAG QSL: TI2FAG    
TI9VVR 1982/07 Victor Vargas R., TI2VVR QSL: TI2FAG    
TI9JVA 1984/02 Ing. Jimmy Vincent, TI2JVA QSL: TI2JVA. Wafer Bay    
TI9CF 1984/04 Ing. Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF QSL: TI2CF. Wafer Bay    
TI9TTY 1985/02 Xavier, TI2FPE; Sigurd, TI2SK QSL: WB4UBD. 1st RTY, AMTOR    
TI9W 1987/01 Carl, TI2KD; Sophia, TI2IY      
TI9CF 1987/06 Ing. Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF QSL: TI2CF. Wafer Bay    
TI9M 1987/12 Carlos Bedoya T:      
TI9FAG 1989/01 Victor Vargas R., TI2VVR QSL: TI2FAG    
TI9FAG 1989/05 Fernando Alfaro G., TI2FAG QSL: TI2FAG    
TI9US 1990/07 Ing. Jimmy Vincent, TI2US QSL: TI2US. Wafer Bay    
TI9CF 1990/07 Ing. Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF QSL: W3HNK. Wafer Bay    
TI9CF 1990/07 Ing. Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF QSL: TI2CF. Wafer Bay    
TI9CF 1994/03 Ing. Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF QSL: TI2CF. Wafer Bay    
TI9JJP 1994/03 Ing. José Pastora, TI2JJP QSL: TI2JJP    
TI9JJP 1994/10 Ing. José Pastora, TI2JJP QSL: TI2JJP    
TI9JJP 1995/08 Ing. José Pastora, TI2JJP QSL: TI2JJP    
TI9X/TE9RLI 1996/04 Yuki, JH1NBN; Aki, JI3ERV; David, TI9RLI; Tetsu, 7L2RPY QSL: JH1NBN. Wafer Bay. TE9RLI: Satellite    
TI9CF 1997/09 Ing. Carlos Fonseca, TI2CF QSL: TI2CF. Chatham Bay    
TI9M 2002/02 Team Leader: TI2HMG. 14 Operators: AD6E, AK0A, Florent Moudar, F5CWU, IK3RIY, IZ7ATN, KA0KKO, KI7WO, N4CD, N6KT, N7DF, PA3EWP, PA5ET, RK3AD, WS4Y QSL: AK0A. Chatham Bay. 80.000 contacts incl. RTTY, PSK31, VHF    
TI9KK 2008/09 SSB : S. Yamini VU2YAM, Carlos EA1IR; SSB/RTTY: Oscar EA1DR, Guenter DL2AWG, Manfred HS0ZEU/DL2EBR, Andy DH8WR/EA2CRX; SSB/CW : Norbert DJ7JC, Arno OE9AMJ, Craig K9CT; SSB/EME : Fred DH5FS; CW : Joe AA4NN, Charles W4GMY QSL: EA1DR. Radios: Icom IC7000, K2, FT897, IC706 with linear Amplifiers Antennas: HyGain AV640 Vertical 40m - 6m 2X40m Dipole with symmetric 450 Ohm feedline 18 m high for 160 - 80 m, Tuner AV640, StepIR Vertical, 40m 4 Square, 20m 4 Square, HF6V. Software: MiXW 2.18. - linkext. Link and linkext. Link    
TI9/3Z9DX 2015/02 Dom, 3Z9DX; Jorge, TI2HMJ; Support: Przemek, SP8SIW, Dimitri, RA9USU Wafer Bay, Chatham Bay    

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TI9CF/TI9BY - Cancelled



Download [1.91 MB]TI9CF/TI9BY - WCDXB report on cancelled DXpedition [PDF , 1.91 MB]

TI9FG

02/1964

Frederic Theodor Gaspard - "The Bluenose I was a worldwide famous Canadian schooner - the fastest ever built. She raced the best ships in America, and was never defeated. In 1946 she went aground off Haiti, rough seas destroyed her within 24 hours. Bluenose II was built during 1963 with identical hull, sail and rigging. (Length overall 160fr, draft 15 ft., displacement 285 tons) Our expedition chartered her for her maiden voyage for a treasure hunt to Cocos Island. We made a movie and a TV show of the ship, the voyage and the treasure hunt." (George, K2UO, ex WA2UOA). The Canadia 10c coin shows a replica of the Bluenose I
"Frederic Theodor Gaspard, †January 15, 2008, Puerto Madryn, Argentina. Fred was president and CEO of Gaspard Sons, a successful manufacturing company, with a head office and factory in Winnipeg, plus branch offices in Toronto, Minneapolis, and two factories in Puerto Rico. He had diverse interests; he was a private pilot, and for years enjoyed the challenge and sport of flying, joining friends on numerous adventure trips to northern Canada and Alaska. He was a world traveler, no trip was ever too long or far away. Traveling inspired a deep interest in photography both video and still. His talent as a photographer developed through the years, the latest state of the art camera was his constant companion." (Winnipeg Free Press, 2008)




TI9/3Z9DX

16 - 22 Feb 2015

TI9/3Z9DXzoomThe team: 3Z9DX, Dom; TI2HMJ, Jorge. Support: SP8SIW, Przemek; RA9USU, Dimitri
Before departing, Dom confirmed with officials in Costa Rica there is no other TI9 activity planned and will not be for some time (contrary to earlier reports a large group were planning a DXpedition to TI9 later this year).

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