ARRL DX Bulletin 011: February 27, 1997

DX Bulletin 11 ARLD011
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT February 27, 1997
To all radio amateurs

ARLD011 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with info provided by 425DXnews, DXNL, The 599Rpt, John, KK9A, Paul, K1XM, Chuck, N4BQW, and Contest Corral from QST. Thanks to all.

ANTARCTICA. Prabhu, VU2AXA/p, is QRV from Maitri Base at Indian Bay. He will be here until March 4. QSL via VU2DVC.

EASTERN MALAYSIA, 9M. Charlotte, KQ1F, and Paul, K1XM, will be QRV from Sabah, Malaysia, starting in mid March. Callsigns are 9M6TCR and 9M6TPR, respectively. QSL all calls to KQ1F.

ZAIRE, 9Q. 9Q5PA will be QRV for the next 15 months. QSL via Frank Patris, c/o American Embassy Kinshasa, Unit 31550, APO 09828, USA.

QATAR, A7. Chris, A71CW, will be QRT by the end of March. From here, he travels to Oman, A4. No callsign information as yet is available.

GUERNSEY, GU. F5SHQ is QRV on CW as MU0ASP. He expects to be here for several months. QSL to Mathieu Roche, 4 Cours de la Liberation, F 33000 Bordeaux, France.

DJIBOUTI, J2. Dominique, F5RYC is QRV as J28YC. QSL via F6EJI.

MIDWAY ISLAND, KH4. Astronaut Chuck Brady, N4BQW, will be QRV from here February 27 to March 6, during the closing of the historic Midway Island Naval Station. He intends on bringing HF and 2 meter equipment. There is also the possibility of some RTTY operation. The callsign he will use is unknown at this time. Check PacketCluster spots for the latest information.

ANTIGUA, V2. Team Antigua will be QRV again around the ARRL International DX Phone Contest between February 27 and March 4. Look for V26A, V26AK, V26B, V26DX, V26E, V26T, V26R, V26RN, V26TS, and V26U. QSL via their respective homecalls.

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, VP2V. John, KK9A, will be QRV as VP2V/KK9A during the ARRL International DX Phone Contest. He intends on operating as a Single Band entry. He may also be found on 80 and 40 meters before and after the contest. QSL via WD9DZV.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The ARRL International DX Phone Contest is on tap for this weekend. Please see the December 1996 issue of QST, page 104 for details.