找出一张海盗的P5卡片，起码不用等SK了。。。。。。。。。。。。。。 (2021-01-29 10:47)
http://www.arrl.org/news/p5-3z9dx-concludes-demonstration-operation-from-north-korea P5/3Z9DX Concludes Demonstration Operation from North Korea TAGS: 3Z9DX, air, amateur radio operation, beijing, Dom Grzyb, DX-World, geomagnetic storm, government high-rise buildings, government officials, metal fencepost, meters, most-wanted DXCC entity, North Korea, P5/3Z9DX, place, propagation, Pyongyang, stations, utc, vertical antenna, World12/21/2015
P5/3Z9DX is now off the air for now. After logging several hundred stations — most in Asia — during an unexpected operation from North Korea, the world’s most-wanted DXCC entity, Dom Grzyb, 3Z9DX, is back at his hotel, resting and recuperating from a cold. According to DX-World, he will leave for Beijing on December 22. The equipment he transported to North Korea in advance of a planned operation early next year will remain in government hands for now. Grzyb operated on 20, 15, and 10 meters during his surprise operation, which got under way early on December 20 (UTC).
Propagation was unfavorable due to a geomagnetic storm that seems to have affected his efforts on 20 meters. He also reported that he faced extremely high ambient noise levels in Pyongyang. He ran 100 W to a vertical antenna mounted on a metal fencepost some 7 feet above the ground among government high-rise buildings.
During his time on the air, government officials came and went, apparently to keep a close watch on the Amateur Radio operation. He told DX-World on December 20 that his “real” DX operation, which appears poised to take place in February, might take place from a different location.
He will be returning to Poland by Christmas.
查了下，这个所谓的质疑，来自于西班牙无线联盟的调查报告 不是ARRL的 有谁成功地通过了LOTW确认没有?
STATEMENT Mr. Dominik Tomasz Grzyb, a polish national, radio amateur operator with identification 3Z9DX, has been recently claiming to the radio amateur community and media-related sites that he has been officially authorized to operate from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Example of claims and pictures: http://dxnews.com/p5-3z9dx-dprk/ I have been requested by several radio amateur members in Europe to verify if such claim was true.
Following the request, our Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries have initiated an investigation involving all ministries involved and required for being allowed to operate radio inside the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
The investigation regarding Mr. Dominik Tomasz Grzyb was concluded today as follows:
1- He has never requested, formally or un-informally, any authorization to the Ministry of Communications of the DPR of Korea or any other relevant Ministry to operate radio communications inside the country.
2- He has never received authorization of any kind to operate radio communications inside DPRK territory
3- He visited the DPR of Korea as a normal polish tourist and stayed in Koryo Hotel from December 17th until December 19th 2015.
4- He never brought with himself any radio equipment inside or outside the DPR of Korea.
5- He introduced himself to his DPRK tourist interpreter, Ms. Ri Song Hwa, that he is working as a coach for the Polish Olympic Rowing team.
6- He left Koryo hotel on December 19th and took the train to leave the country at 10:40 a.m. on the same morning. Meaning he crossed the DPRK border with China in the evening (around 19 o’clock) of December 19th. This means it is not possible that he could transmit from DPRK territory on 20th or 21st December 2015, even if the equipment was brought as a diplomatic pouch and he transmitted illegally and without permission. Signed: Alejandro Cao de Benos Special Delegate for the Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries Government of the DPR of Korea The authenticity of this