QST de W1AW
DX Bulletin 47 ARLD047
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT November 6, 1997
To all radio amateurs
SB DX ARL ARLD047 ARLD047 DX news
This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by Tedd, KB8NW, the OPDX Bulletin, The 425 DX News, The DX News Sheet, Frank, AH0W and Contest Corral from QST. Thanks to all.
TRISTAN DA CUNHA, ZD9. Ian, ZD9IL, is active most days. He has been spotted on 12 and 10 meters. QSL via ZS5BBO, Edwin Musto, Box 211032, Bluff 4036, South Africa.
CHAD, TT. Jim, TT8JWM, and John, TT8JFC, are now QRV on RTTY. Jim will go QRT on November 8, but will be QRV again December 10 . QSL TT8JWM via N4RXL.
GREENLAND, OX. Kim, OX3FV, has been very active on 160 meters and the newer bands on CW. QSL via the bureau or direct to Kim Andersen, Box 3, DK 3930 Groennedal, Greenland. Joergen, OZ8AE, will be active as OX/OZ8AE until December 1. QSLs for OX/OZ8AE go to OZ8AE direct or via bureau.
UNITED NATIONS, 4U. Club station 4U1ITU, ITU Headquarters in Geneva, will operate as 4U1WRC until November 21 in celebration of the 1997 World Radio Conference (WRC-97). This station will count for ITU HQ for DXCC.
TROMELIN, FR/T. Henri, FR5ZQ/J, has been spotted on 20 and 10 meters.
MALI, TZ. Larry, TZ6VV, will be active for about the next 6 weeks. QSL via AA0GL.
ZAMBIA, 9J. Ely, IN3VZE, will be active as 9J2CE until November 10. QSL via home call.
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, A6. David, K3LP, will be joined by Rich, KE3Q in Dubai from November 22 to December 2. QSL for this operation only to K3LP (ex AA6DC).
OMAN, A4. David and Rich plan to be active here from December 2 through 5.
GUINEA BISSAU, J5. Dave, J52IM has been found on 15 meters. QSL via KB9XN.
JORDAN, JY. George, JY9QJ has been heard on 24909 kHz around 1520z. QSL via DL5MBY.
GUAM, KH2. Bill, NH6D, has moved to Guam and will be active on all bands as NH2/NH6D. QSL NH2/NH6D via N6FF.
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The Worked All Europe Contest, RTTY, the Japan International DX Contest, phone, and the OK/OM DX Contest round out this weekend's activities. Please see November QST, page 94 for details.