ARRL DX Bulletin 048:
November 13, 1997

DX Bulletin 48 ARLD048
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT November 13, 1997
To all radio amateurs

ARLD048 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by Tedd, KB8NW, the OPDX Bulletin, The Daily DX, QRZ DX, G4BUE, DXNL and Contest Corral from QST. Thanks to all.

CROATIA, 9A. The Croatian Radio Club station is celebrating its 20th anniversary until December 31, using the special callsign 9A20D. Activity takes place on 80 to 10 meters using CW and SSB. QSL via 9A1CRD.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, A6. David, K3LP, and Rich, KE3Q, will be QRV in Dubai beginning November 22 from the QTH of A61AJ. They will also participate in the CQ WW CW Contest. QSL via W3UR.

IRAN, EP. Ali has been QRV as EP2MKO on 10 meters around 0745z. QSL via UA6HCW.

MAYOTTE, FH. DJ1RL and DK8FB will be QRV as FH/homecalls until November 28. QSL to home calls.

SOUTH KOREA, HL. DS5USH and DS5RNM has been QRV on 80 meters around 1200z. QSL via operator's instructions.

DJIBOUTI, J2. Dominique, J28DB, will be QRV for three years. QSL via F4AAQ.

SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS. Danny has been QRV as LZ0L on 40 and 20 meters. QSL via LZ1KCP.

GREENLAND, OX. Kim, OX3FV, is active using CW on 160 meters and the newer bands. Meanwhile, Joergen, OZ8AE, is QRV as OX/OZ8AE until December 1. Look for OX3FV and OZ8AE to be QRV as OX3FV in the CQ WW CW Contest. QSL both calls via their respective bureaus.

BANGLADESH, S2. S21YG has been QRV on 15 meters around 0900z and 40 meters around 2000z. QSL via operator's instructions.

BOSNIA, T9. Cedric, F1PSR, is QRV as T98PSR from Sarajevo until the beginning of March, 1998. Look for SSB activity on 160 to 2 meters. Some satellite and packet activity is expected. QSL via F5WN.

CAMEROON, TJ. Phillipe is QRV as TJ1HP. QSL via F6FNU.

ANTARCTICA. VU2JBK is QRV from the Indian Maitri Station in Queen Maud Land. QSL via VU2DVC.

ALBANIA, ZA. ZA1MH was QRV on 15 meters around 1400z. QSL via Z32KV.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The ARRL International EME Competition, ARRL November Phone Sweepstakes, North American Collegiate ARC Phone Championship and the IARU Region One 160 Meter Contest should fill up your operating weekend. Please see November QST, page 94 for details.