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ARRL DX Bulletin ARLD039 (1995)

ARLD039 DX news
QST de W1AW  
DX Bulletin 39  ARLD039
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  July 20, 1995
To all radio amateurs   
ARLD039 DX news
This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
Tedd, KB8NW, The OPDX Bulletin, Bob, WB2YQH, The 599 DX Report, The
Yankee Clipper Contest Club PacketCluster network and Contest Corral
from QST.  Thanks to all.
SVALBARD, JW.  Listen for Dominik, DL5EBE, who will sign JW0K until
around August 10.  He is a member of a scientific expedition and
will be on the air during his spare time.
ETHIOPIA, ET.  ET3AA frequents 14224 kHz around 0200z.  QSL via POB
60258, Addis Ababa.  On CW, look for ET3YU at the low end of 20
meters around 2230z.  QSL via YU1FW.
LEBANON, OD.  OK1EE/OD5 should be active until August 12.  He has
been heard on 14010 and 7003 kHz between 0200 and 0300z.  Most of
his operating is on CW.  QSL via OK1FMR.
CAMEROON, TJ.  Last call to work Jim, TJ1JB.  Listen around 14030
kHz between 1900 and 2000z.  Jim's QSL Manager, Ken, KE9A, reports
Jim will be shutting down TJ1JB within the next couple of weeks and
returning to the USA.
LIBYA, 5A.  A station signing 5A1A has been active around 14202 kHz
between 2230 and 0230z, 21020 kHz at 1715z and 28015 kHz at 2035z.
This operation is supposed to be that of Toly, UT3UY, and company.
It is uncertain exactly where 5A1A is operating from.
BAHRAIN, A9.  Adam, A92MM, has been active on 20 meter SSB.  QSL him
at Box 116, Manama, Bahrain.
INDONESIA, YB.  Jack, YB2ARW, is active weekends on 17 and 20 meters
around 0700z, looking for the West Coast.  He is also QRV daily on
20 meters around 1200z.
BERMUDA, VP9.  G3AVJ/VP9 will be active during afternoons and early
evenings until July 26.  QSL via his home call.
ST. PAUL ISLAND, CY9.  Ron, AA4VK, Murray, WA4DAN, Bob, KW2P, Bill,
K4TVE and Vance, W5IJU, will be active from July 27 until August 2.
They will sign their home calls /CY9.  Operations will be on CW, SSB
and RTTY, 160 through 6 meters and the satellites.  Look for their
CW on 1830, 3505, 7005, 10105, 14020, 18075, 21020, 24900 and 28020
kHz.  For SSB try 3790, 7090, 14195, 18120, 21295, 24940, 28395 and
50120 kHz.  And on RTTY check out 7085, 14080, 21080 and 28080 kHz.
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The SEANET Contest, CW, sponsored by the
Radio Amateur Society of Thailand, runs from 0000z July 22 until
2400z July 23.  Exchange signal report and serial number starting
with 001.  See July QST, page 114, for more information.


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