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ARRL DX Bulletin ARLD034 (2005)

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DX Bulletin 34  ARLD034
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  August 25, 2005
To all radio amateurs   

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ARLD034 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
EA2BXV, N2YO, the OPDX Bulletin, The Daily DX, 425DXnews, DXNL,
WA7BNM and Contest Corral from QST.  Thanks to all.

MADAGASCAR, 5R.  Dino, IZ4AKV is QRV as 5R8HS from Nosy Be, IOTA
AF-057, until September 8.  Activity is mainly on 20 meters using
SSB.  QSL to home call.

SINGAPORE, 9V.  Members of the Singapore Amateur Radio Transmitting
Society are QRV as S61FD until August 29 from St. John's Island,
IOTA AS-019.  They are active during their Field Day.  Activity is
on 40 to 15 meters, and possibly 160 and 80 meters, using all modes,
including digital.  QSL via PA0KHS.

OMAN, A4.  A43JS has been QRV on 20 meters between 1915 and 2300Z
yesterday.  QSL via A47RS.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, A6.  Abdullah, A61Q is usually QRV on 160
meters using CW around 0155z.  QSL via EA7FTR.
               
ETHIOPIA, ET.  Michal, ET3TK has been QRV on 17 meters using CW
around 1440z and then 40 meters CW around 1800z.  QSL via OK1CU.

WALES, GW.  Members of the Barry Amateur Radio Society are QRV as
GB5FI from Flatholm Island, IOTA EU-124, until August 30.  Activity
is on all HF bands, as well as 6 meters and 70 cm, using CW, SSB,
RTTY, SSTV and PSK.  QSL via GW0ANA.
                  
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, HI.  Look for Inigo, EA2BXV and Roberto, EA2RY
to be QRV as homecalls/HI7 from Punta Cana, IOTA NA-096, from August
27 to September 7.  Activity will be on all bands using SSB, SSTV
and PSK31.  QSL to home calls.

SOUTH KOREA, HL.  Pyongtaek DX Club members Han, DS2GOO, Kim,
DS4PAI, Lee, 6K2CEW and Kim, 6K2CSD are QRV as homecalls/4 from Saok
Island, IOTA AS-060, until August 28.  Activity is on 80 to 10
meters using SSB, RTTY and PSK31.  QSL to home calls.

ITALY, I.  Alberto, IW1RLF/IA5 will be QRV from Capo Sant' Andrea on
Elba Island, IOTA EU-028, from August 29 to September 4.  Activity
will be on 6 and 2 meters.  QSL via bureau.

ANTARCTICA.  Gustavo, LU1ZD is QRV from General San Martin Base on
Barry Island, IOTA AN-016, and has been showing up on the Antarctic
Net at 1900z.  QSL via operator's instructions.

SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS.  Mario, LU1ZI is QRV from Teniente Jubany
Station on King George Island, IOTA AN-010, and has been showing up
on the Antarctic Net at 1900z.  QSL via LU4DXU.
                  
ALAND ISLANDS, OH0.  Team members SM5HJZ, SM5AJV, SM0HPL, SM0GNS,
SM0NJO, SM0EEH, SM0IEA, SM0IHR and SM5DJZ are QRV as OH0/homecalls
until August 28.  Activity is on 160 to 6 meters using CW, SSB, the
digital modes and WSJT EME on 6 meters.  QSL to home calls.

SWEDEN, SM.  Stations DL5ME and DG3HWO will be QRV as SM7/homecalls
from Hasslo Island, IOTA EU-138, from August 27 to 31.  Activity
will be on 40, 30, 20, 17 and 15 meters using CW and SSB.  QSL to
home calls.

SUDAN, ST.  Jovica, T98A is QRV as ST0RM during his one-year UNHCR
assignment here.  Activity is on all bands, using mostly CW, with
some SSB and digital.  QSL via T93Y.

PALAU, T8.  Stations T88GG, T88BH T88YK, T88BE and T88CL are QRV
until September 5.  Activity is on all bands using CW and SSB.  A
few of these stations will also participate in the upcoming All
Asian DX contest.  QSL via operators' instructions.

UKRAINE, UR.  Special calls EN60EKR and EM60IG will be QRV from
August 27 to September 4 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the
end of World War Two.  Activity is on all bands.  QSL via UT4EK and
UR7IA, respectively.

MICRONESIA, V6.  Nobi is QRV as V63NB and has been active on 30
meters around 1200 to 2000z.  QSL via JA1JCF.
                        
INDONESIA, YB.  Hot, YC0IEM will be QRV as YC0IEM/9 from Timor
Island, IOTA OC-148, from August 29 to September 15.  QSL via
IZ8CCW.
         
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The ALARA Contest, Hawaii QSO Party, SCC
RTTY Championship, YO DX HF Contest, Ohio QSO Party, SARL HF CW
Contest, Kentucky QSO Party and the CQC Summer VHF/UHF FM QSO Party
will certainly keep contesters busy this weekend.  Please see August
QST, page 85 and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest websites for details.
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