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ARRL DX Bulletin ARLD019 (2007)

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QST de W1AW  
DX Bulletin 19  ARLD019
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  May 10, 2007
To all radio amateurs   

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ARLD019 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
K9TTT, NC1L, QRZ DX, the OPDX Bulletin, DXNL, 425 DX News, The Daily
DX, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM
web sites.  Thanks to all.

TANZANIA, 5H.  Mike is QRV as 5H3EE and has been active on 160
meters just prior to 2300z.  QSL via DL4SM.

SENEGAL, 6W.  Giovanni, IZ2DPX will be QRV as 6W/IZ2DPX from Somone
City from May 12 to 22.  Activity will be on 160 to 6 meters.  He
may also try to activate IOTA AF-045.  QSL via IK2DUW.
 
MALDIVES, 8Q.  Pierre is QRV as 8Q7QQ and has been active on 17
meters around 0500 and 1500z.  QSL via HB9QQ.

CROATIA, 9A.  Operators IK4ALM, IK4XCL, IZ4DYQ, IZ4HVM and IZ4HWA
are QRV as 9A/homecalls from the Brijuni Islands, IOTA EU-110, until
May 13.  Activity is on all bands using CW and SSB.  QSL to home
calls.

NEPAL, 9N.  Nob, JA2AAU, Yoshi, JA2AIC and Iku, JA2ATE are QRV as
9N7AU, 9N7IC and 9N7TE, respectively, from Kathmandu until May 15.
Activity is on 40 to 10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31.  QSL
to home calls.

BHUTAN, A5.  Steve, W7VOA will be QRV as A52SW from Thimphu from May
17 to 22 while on work assignment.  Activity will be on 80 to 6
meters using CW, SSB, PSK and 10-meter FM.  QSL via K2AU.

FRANCE, F.   Operators F4EEK, F5LOW, F5MNK, F5NBQ and F6HKA will be
QRV as TM0A from Aix Island, IOTA EU-032, from May 12 to 19.
Activity will be on 80 to 10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK.
QSL via F5OIU.

ENGLAND, G.  In celebration of the first permanent settlement of the
British in America in Jamestown, Virginia, special event station
GB400AA is QRV until May 13 and in the upcoming CQ WPX contest as
well.  QSL via G0SBW.

SCOTLAND, GM.  Joachim, DH5JBR is QRV as MM/DH5JBR/p from Great
Cumbrae, IOTA EU-123.  Of late he has been active on 20 meters SSB
around 1200 to 1300z.  QSL to home call.

MARIANA ISLANDS, KH0.  Toshi, JP1IOF is QRV as KH0WW from Saipan,
IOTA OC-086, until May 13.  Activity is on all bands using CW and
SSB.  QSL to home call.

GUAM, KH2.  After his Saipan operation, Toshi, JP1IOF will be QRV as
WH7P/KH2 from May 13 to 15.  Activity will be on all bands using CW
and SSB.  QSL to home call.

FINLAND, OH.  In commemoration of "The Eurovision Song Contest,"
Annika, OH2HSJ and Anne, OH2YL are QRV as OH2EURO until May 13.
Activity is on all bands using mostly SSB with some CW.  QSL via
OH2HSJ.

SWEDEN, SM.   A group of operators are QRV as 8S6KOS from Nord
Koster Island, IOTA EU-043, until May 13.  Activity is on 80 to 10
meters using SSB with two or three stations.  QSL via SM6YOU.

SUDAN, ST.  Jovica is QRV as ST2A and has been active on 6 meters
around 1600z.  QSL via T93Y.

ICELAND, TF.  Jeff, G4ELZ and Steve, G4EDG will be QRV from Flatey
Island, IOTA EU-168, as TF4/homecalls/p from May 17 to 23.  Activity
will be on 80 to 17 meters using mainly CW.  QSL both calls direct
to G4ELZ.

BERMUDA, VP9.  Paul, G4BKI will be QRV as VP9KF from May 15 to June
5.  This includes an entry in the upcoming CQ WPX contest.  Activity
will be on all bands using only CW.  QSL direct to his US address.

MEXICO, XE.  A few Mexican operators plan to be QRV as 4A3IH from
Roqueta Island, IOTA NA-183, from May 14 to 19, and then from Ixtapa
Island from May 21 to 26.  Activity will be on all HF bands,
including 6 and 2 meters and satellite, using CW, SSB and various
digital modes.  QSL both operations via IT9EJW.

QSL MANAGER UPDATE.  The correct QSL Manager for the Swains Island,
N8S, operation from March 29, 2007 to April 30, 2007 is YT1AD, not
K9TTT.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The CQ-M International DX Contest, NCCC
CW Sprint Ladder, Armed Forces Amateur/Military Crossband
Communications Test, Nevada Mustang Roundup, SBMS 2 GHz and Up World
Wide Club Contest, VK/Trans-Tasman 80-Meter Phone Contest, VOLTA
World Wide RTTY Contest, Mid-Atlantic QSO Party, FISTS Spring CW
Sprint, EACW International Contest and the 50 MHz Spring Sprint will
certainly keep contesters busy this weekend.  Please see May QST,
pages 96 and 97, and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for
details.
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/EX