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ARRL DX Bulletin ARLD006 (2010)

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DX Bulletin 6  ARLD006
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  February 11, 2010
To all radio amateurs   

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This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
K8DD, NC1L, QRZ DX, the OPDX Bulletin, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST
and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites.  Thanks to all.

KENYA, 5Z.  Enrico, 5Z4ES, Frank, IK8TEO, Tony, IK8UHA and Antonio,
IK8VRH are QRV as 5Z0H until February 25.  This includes activity
from islands Wasini, IOTA AF-067, and Lamu, IOTA AF-040.  Activity
is on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY with two stations
active simultaneously.  QSL via IK8VRH.

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, 9Y.  Mike, DF8AN is QRV as 9Y4/homecall from
Tobago, IOTA SA-009, until February 22.  Activity is on the HF bands
using mostly CW.  QSL to home call.

CHINA, BY.  David, BA4DW/4 is QRV from Changxing Island, IOTA
AS-136, until February 19 operating holiday style.  QSL to home
call.

BAHAMAS, C6.  Drew, N2RFA is QRV as C6ABB from Nassau, IOTA NA-001,
until February 18.  Activity is on 80, 40, 20 and 17 meters using
RTTY, SSTV and PSK31.  QSL to home call.

MOROCCO, CN. Special event station 5E50SA is QRV until February 28
during the 50th anniversary of the devastating earthquake which
destroyed the Moroccan city of Agadir 50 years ago.  QSL via EA7FTR.
     
IRAN, EP.  Mohammad, EP4MRG has been QRV on 20 meters using SSB
between 1100 and 1300z.  QSL to home call.

GRENADA, J3.  Bill, K4LTA is QRV as J37BO until March 3.  In
addition, he and NK4N will be QRV as J38A as a Multi/Single entry in
the upcoming ARRL DX CW contest.  QSL both calls via K4LTA.

DOMINICA, J7.  Steve, KL7SB is QRV as J79SB until February 18.
Activity is on the HF bands using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31.  QSL via
NI5DX.

US VIRGIN ISLANDS, KP2.  John, K3CT and John, K3TEJ will be QRV as
KP2/homecalls from February 17 to 24.  They will be active as KP2M
in the upcoming ARRL DX CW contest.  Before and after the contest
they will be active on all bands using CW, RTTY and PSK31.  QSL
KP2/K3CT via K3CT, KP2/K3TEJ via K3TEJ and KP2M via AI4U.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA, P2.  Puiu, YO5BIM is QRV as P29VIM until February
21.  Activity is on 20 meters and above using CW and SSB.  He is
active mostly during his evenings.  QSL to home call.

BONAIRE, CURACAO, PJ2.  Roger, N4RR is QRV as PJ4/homecall from
Bonaire, IOTA SA-006, until February 15.  Activity is on all bands
using CW and RTTY.  He will be active as PJ4R as a Single Op/All
Band/Low Power entry in the CQ WW WPX RTTY contest.  QSL both calls
to home call.

BELIZE, V3.  AA4NC will be QRV as V31RR from February 17 to 23.
Activity will be on 30, 17 and 12 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY.
This includes an entry in the upcoming ARRL DX CW contest.  QSL via
AI4U.

AUSTRALIA, VK.  Bill, VK4FW will be QRV as VK8MM from Groote
Eylandt, IOTA OC-141, beginning February 14 for possibly 7 days.  He
will be active using mainly CW.  QSL to home call.

MEXICO, XE.  Yahir, XE2JA/XF1 and possibly other operators are QRV
from Alcatraz Island, IOTA NA-167, until February 14.  Activity is
on 80 to 15 meters using SSB and RTTY, and Satellite activity on
AO-51, AO-27 and SO-50.  QSL via EA5XC.

CAMBODIA, XU.  Wim, ON6NP, Wim, ON6TZ and Peter, XU7ACY are QRV as
XU7KOH from Koh Russei Island, IOTA AS-133, until February 16.  They
will later be joined by ON4AFU and F5PAC.  QSL via ON7PP.

NICARAGUA, YN.  Look for operators K8DD, AC8W, KB8TXZ and N8LJ to be
QRV as YN2DD, YN2WW, YN2TX and YN2LJ, respectively, from February 16
to 25.  Activity will be on all HF bands using CW, SSB and RTTY.
This includes an entry in the upcoming ARRL DX CW contest as a
Multi/Single entry.  QSL YN2DD and YN2WW via K8DD, YN2LJ via K8ESQ
and YN2TX via KB8TXZ.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The CQ World Wide RTTY WPX Contest,
North American SSB Sprint, Asia-Pacific Spring CW Sprint, NCCC
Sprint CW Ladder, YLRL YL-OM Contest, PODXS 070 Club Valentine PSK31
Sprint, New Hampshire QSO Party, NCCC Sprint, SARL Field Day
Contest, Dutch PACC Contest, KCJ Topband CW Contest, Louisiana QSO
Party, OMISS SSB QSO Party, FISTS Winter CW Sprint, RSGB 1st 1.8 MHz
CW Contest, SKCC Weekend CW Sprint and the Classic Phone Exchange
will certainly keep contesters busy this upcoming weekend.  The AGCW
Semi-Automatic Key CW Evening is scheduled for February 17.  Please
see February QST, page 90 and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites
for details.
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