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ARRL DX Bulletin ARLD021 (1996)

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QST de W1AW
DX Bulletin 21  ARLD021
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  April 25, 1996
To all radio amateurs

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ARLD021 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with info provided by Maria,
ZS1AFZ, Rich, G3NBB, Mauro, I1JQJ, Chris, G4BUE, Tedd, KB8NW, the
OPDX Bulletin, and Contest Corral from QST.  Thanks to all.

NORTH KOREA, P5.  A group of Japanese DXer's who operated XY1HT is
expected to be visiting North Korea soon.  It has been heard they
will apply for licenses.  The Hungarian couple of Sanyi, HA7VK, aka
XU7VK and XU95HA, wife Judit, HA7RJ, will arrive in Phenjan May 21
and be in the country until the end of July.  Sanyi is trying to
obtain permission to operate.  P5BK was spotted on the Japanese DX
Packet Cluster 14295 kHz SSB at 0920z.

GRENADA, J3.  J37Q and J37P will be active on 20 meter CW through
May 7 during their early evening hours.

MARION ISLAND, ZS8.  Chris, ZS6RI, is enroute to Marion Island by
ship.  He hopes to be active in the WPX CW contest.  160 to 10 meter
CW and SSB is planned for after the contest, as well as some 6 meter
work.

FRANZ JOSEF LAND, R1FJ.  Sergey, R1FJZ, will not be picking up QSL
cards from his mail drop until after he goes off the air in August.
Please be patient.

BURUNDI, 9U.  Jean-Pierre, 9U/F5FHI, has changed his call to 9U5DX
and has been on 17 meter CW and SSB from 0800 to 0930z.  QSL via
F2VX via the REF bureau.  Alfredo, 9U/EA1FH, is now signing 9U5CW.
And listen for Peter, ON6TT, on 160 and 80 meters during the
weekend.

SAINT LUCIA, J6.  Listen for the honeymooning Eric, F5CCO, June 27
to July 4.  QSL via home call.

REUNION ISLAND, FR.  Bernd, DL1VJ, and Heinz, F5NRG, will sign TO3R
during the CQ WW WPX CW Contest May 25 and 26.  Before and after the
contest they will sign FR/home calls.  QSL via F6KLS.

ARUBA, P4.  Tom, K8CX, will sign P43WLP until April 27.  QSL via
K8CX.

SVALBARD, JW.  Rag, OZ8RO, will be active as JW5HE May 1 to 5 and
will focus on 30, 17 and 12 meters.

ISRAEL, 4X.  The 4X6TU beacon is on the air from Tel Aviv on 14100,
18110, 21150, 24930 and 28200 kHz.  4X6TU joins ZS6DN, LU4AA and
YV5B on these frequencies.

IRAQ, YI.  Tom, YI9CW, continues to be active daily from Baghdad.
Check 7007, 14007, 21007 and 28007 kHz.  He operates 30, 17 and 12
meters from time to time.  Tom returns to Poland sometime after the
end of May.  QSL via Tom Rogowski, SP5AUC, PO Box 11, 02-800 Warsaw
93, Poland.

COCO ISLAND, TI9.  Listen for the TI9X DXpedition to start Friday or
Saturday.

ALAND ISLANDS, OH0.  Dave, K8MN, plans to be on the air from Friday,
April 26 at around 2200z through Sunday about 1300z.  He will
operate CW, SSB and RTTY.  His CW will be at least 25 kHz up from
the band edge to give the General and Advanced class operators a
chance.  QSL via WA8JOC.

COCOS-KEELING ISLAND, VK9C.  Ops VK4FW, VK2IVK, VK4DHM, and perhaps
others will be active May 18 to 31.  They will operate mostly SSB,
though some CW is possible.  QSL via VK4FW, Bill Horner, 26 Iron
Street, Gympie, QLD 4570, Australia.

MACQUARIE ISLAND, VK0.  Warren, VK0WH, can be found working 40 meter
CW on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday.  Check around 7009 kHz between
1000 and 1100z.  He sometimes shows up on 14038 or 14260 kHz with
his QSL Manager.  QSL VK9NS.

ANGUILLA, VP2E.  JH4IFF and JH4EZI will sign VP2EFF and VP2EZI,
respectively, April 29 to May 3, all bands/modes.  JH4IFF may sign
FS/N2HNQ in Saint Martin afterwards.

SENEGAL, 6W.  F5OGL, aka S92AA, S92PI, TR8GL and TR0D, will be QRV
for two years from Dakar starting sometime in July.  CW, SSB and
RTTY are planned for this all band activity.  QSL via F6KEQ.

SABLE ISLAND, CY0.  The 1996 Sable DXpedition, CY0AA,  operation has
been extended to 15 days, June 18 to July 2.  QSL HF contacts via
WD8SDL.  QSL VHF contacts via VE9AA.  Listen for Dan, WA4DAN/CY0,
Bob, KW2P/CY0 and Ron, AA4VK/CY0 during the first week of October.

MINAMI TORISHIMA, JD1.  JG8BQI/JD1 is QRV most weekends.  QSL via
JA8CJY.

IWO JIMA, JD1.  JH2ENF/JD1 is on the air from the Kazan Archipelago
about 250 km south of the Ogasawara Islands, operating mostly CW.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The Helvetia Contest, Nebraska and South
Carolina QSO Parties, QRP to the Field and YU DX Contest are on the
activities menu for this weekend.  For more info check page 109 and
110 in April QST.
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