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ARRL DX Bulletin ARLD024 (2009)

ARLD024 DX news

QST de W1AW  
DX Bulletin 24  ARLD024
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  June 18, 2009
To all radio amateurs   

ARLD024 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
K1SFA, NC1L, RX9WN, VE1RSM, 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.

MALTA, 9H.  Giorgio, IV3EPO will be QRV as 9H3EP from June 23 to 29.
Activity will be on 40, 30, 20, 15 and 10 meters using mostly CW.
QSL to home call.

PHILIPPINES, DU.  Gerard, F2JD is QRV as DU1/G0SHN and is here for
about five months.  He plans to be active from various islands while
here.  QSL via F6AJA.

ST. BARTHELEMY, FJ.  Conny is QRV as FJ/DL1DA ands has been active
on 20 and 17 meters using CW around 1900 to 2000z.  QSL via DL1DA.

LIECHTENSTEIN, HB0.  Tina, DL5YL and Fred, DL5YM will be QRV as
HB0/home calls from Masescha from June 20 to July 2.  Activity will
be at various times on all HF bands using CW and possibly RTTY.  QSL
to home calls.

MONGOLIA, JT.  Giampiero, I5NOC is QRV as JT1NOC until June 29.
Activity is on 80 to 6 meters using CW and SSB.  QSL to home call.

MARIANA ISLANDS, KH0.  Tony, JA6CNL is QRV as KH0N from Saipan, IOTA
OC-086, until June 23.  This includes an entry in the All-Asian DX
contest.  Outside the contest, he is active mostly on 80, 30, 17 and
12 meters using CW.  QSL to home call.

NORWAY, LA.  Special event callsign LJ2T is QRV until June 28 in
conjunction with the International Museums weekend.  Activity is on
160 to 2 meters using CW, SSB, AM, FM and various digital modes.

NETHERLANDS, PA.  Members of VERON section 54 are QRV as PH100EL
until July 12 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first flight
of the aviation pioneer Charles count de Lambert.  QSL via PD0PVQ.

AUSTRIA. OE.  Operators from the Technical Museum Vienna are QRV as
OE100TMW during its 100th anniversary until June 21.  Activity is on
all HF bands, including VHF.  QSL via operators' instructions.

SWEDEN, SM.  Jorgen, SM3CXS is QRV as SG3U from Grimskar Island,
IOTA EU-176, until June 21.  Activity is on 40 to 6 meters using CW
and SSB in his spare time.  QSL to home call.

POLAND, SP.  Operators from the Long Distance Radio Communications
Club of Poland are QRV as SP50DXC until June 30 to mark 50 years of
the SP DX Club.  QSL via bureau.

GREECE, SV.  Dago, DJ5KZ is QRV as SV8/home call from Lesvos Island,
IOTA EU-049, until June 30.  QSL to home call.

SAN MARINO, T7.  Operators Filippo, IK4ZHH, Giorgio, IZ4AKS, Max,
IZ4DPV, Michele, IZ4GWE, Stefano, IW2MJQ and Vittorio, I4YSS will be
QRV as T70A on June 20 and 21.  Activity will be mostly on 6 meters
from three different locations.  QSL via bureau.

REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, TN.  Nicolas is QRV as TN5SN and has been
active on 6 meters and on RTTY on 20 meters around 2100z.  QSL via
IZ1BZV and LoTW.
ASIATIC RUSSIA, UA9.  Alik, RX9WN is QRV as RX9WN/0/m until June 21
from Kharancy Island.  This is a new IOTA.   QSL via operator's

SERBIA, YT.  Various Serbian stations are using special prefixes
YU2009, YT2009, YU09, YT09, YT25 and YU25 until July 12 to promote
the University Games 2009 taking place in Serbia.  QSL via
operators' instructions.

CALLSIGN CORRECTION.  As reported in DX news ARLD023, Bob, VE1RSM is
QRV as home call/VY1 from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory until August
17.  Activity is on all HF bands, particularly 40, 30 and 20 meters,
using CW and SSB during his evenings and weekends.  QSL to home

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The All Asian DX CW Contest, NCCC Sprint
CW Ladder, 1st ARR BPSK63 Contest, Digital Pentathlon, SMIRK CW
Contest, Feld Hell Sprint, AGCW VHF/UHF CW Contest, West Virginia
QSO Party, Kid's Day Contest and the DIE Contest will certainly keep
contesters busy this weekend.  The Run for the Bacon QRP CW Contest
is scheduled for June 22.  The SKCC CW Sprint is scheduled for June
24.  Please see June QST, page 80 and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest
web sites for details.


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