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ARRL DX Bulletin ARLD003 (1995)

ARLD003 DX news
QST de W1AW  
DX Bulletin 3  ARLD003
>From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  January 19, 1995
To all radio amateurs   
ARLD003 DX news
This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
Tedd, KB8NW, the OPDX Bulletin and the Contest Corral Column from
the pages of QST magazine.  Thanks to all.
PHILIPPINES.  According to The DX Newsletter, 4E7 prefixes were to
start being issued as of January 1, 1995.  VS6VW reported hearing
SM0CNS/4E7 active on 160 meters.
KENYA.  5Z4FO has been on 75 and 80 meters with CW and SSB below
3800 kHz.  Operating has been as early as 2215z and as late as 0415.
He has also been working 160 meters, mainly with CW, on 1832 kHz at
0100z.  QSL via KB4EKY.  Listen for 5Z4DU on 75 meter SSB at about
0330z.  QSL via KG4X.
ZAIRE.  Joe, G3MRC, is signing 9Q5MRC and has been operating mostly
30 and 20 meter CW between 1900 and 2200z.  QSL via G3MRC.  Bjorn,
LA9IY, is active as 9Q5IY.  He has been on 18071 kHz at 1630z.  QSL
direct only via LA1K.
SOUTH KOREA.  Harry, HL9HH, is looking for some help with low band
WAS.  He needs CT, NJ, NC, RI, SC and VT on both 40 and 80 meters.
On 80 he is looking for DE and MD, and on 40 he needs MA, ME and NH.
Listen for him around 3589 and 7009 kHz after 1030z.
PACIFIC DXPEDITION.  Ed, K8VIR, will be doing a lot of traveling
over the next six months.  He should start amateur activity from New
Caledonia, FK.  Other stops should include Western Samoa and Tonga.
QSL via CBA.
CURACAO.  John, W1BIH, will be active as PJ9JT until mid April.  Try
3506 kHz at 0130z and 40 meter CW between 0100 and 0200z, and again
at 1130z.  Check 21279 kHz at 1430z.  QSL via W1AX.
CAMBODIA.  Mike, VS6WV, reports that Sanyi, XU7VK, has been on 1829
kHz at about 1435z.
ZIMBABWE.  Bill, Z21CS, can be worked on 18124 kHz around 1715z.
When QSLing, do not send IRCs or green stamps.  Bill does request
packets of flower seeds for his XYL.  QSL via Bill Taylor, Box 264,
Kwekwe, Zimbabwe.
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  Over the weekend you get to choose from
the ARRL January VHF Sweepstakes, North American QSO Party Phone,
North Dakota QSO Party and the YL-ISSB QSO Party CW.  Details for
the NA QSO Party appear on page 127 of January QST.  Info on the
other events are on page 123 of December QST. 


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