ARRL DX Bulletin 017
April 22, 1999

DX Bulletin 17 ARLD017
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT April 22, 1999
To all radio amateurs

ARLD017 DX news

his week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by Tedd, KB8NW, the OPDX Bulletin, The 599Rpt, The Daily DX and Contest Corral from QST. Thanks to all.

VIETNAM, 3W. Steve, K2WE, will be QRV as 3W6WE from April 23 to 27. He will also be active as XV300S, a special call celebrating the 300th anniversary of Saigon. CW and SSB activity on 20, 15 and 10 meters is expected. QSL to home call.

SRI LANKA, 4S. 4S. Sigi, DJ4IJ, is QRV as 4S7IJG for 2 weeks. QSL via DK8ZD.

NAURU, C2. Norman, C21NJ, is QRV on 20 meters using CW and SSB.

IRAN, EP. EP2FM continues to be QRV using RTTY on 20 meters around 1500z.

TAJIKISTAN, EY. EY9/RA3OO has been QRV using RTTY on 20 meters between 1430 and 1730z. QSL via DJ1SKO.

TROMELIN ISLAND, FR/T. FR/T. Jacques, FR5ZU, is active as FR5ZU/T` until May 4 on 40 to 10 meters using SSB.

TEMOTU ISLANDS, H40. JK7TKE is QRV as H44OO. Activity is generally during his evenings. QSL to home call.

ARGENTINA, LU. Fred, LU6KK, is QRV on 160 meters. Look for him around 1832 KHz using CW.

FRANZ JOSEF LAND, R1FJ. Slave, R1FJL, is QRV using 20 meter SSB between 0000 and 0200z. QSL via UA3AGS.

MOUNT ATHOS, SV/A. Monk Apollo has been active again as SV2ASP/A on 20 meters SSB. Check the 14252 kHz net between 2000 and 2200z. Also, look for him on 20 and 17 meters on Fridays and Saturdays on SSB and possibly RTTY and Pactor. QSL direct.

CONGO, TN. Francois, F3FB, is QRV as TN2FB using 20 meter SSB. His length of stay is unknown. QSL to home call.

ANTARCTICA. Tom, VK0TS, is QRV from ANARE Davis Base using SSB. QSL via VK1AUS.

CAMBODIA, XU. Jani, YB0US, is QRV as XUAAP until April 26. Look for activity on 80 to 6 meters. QSL via N2OO.

CYPRUS, ZC4. Jeff, G0WSA, is currently stationed at the Western British Sovereign Base Area in Episkopi. He is QRV as ZC4JP, and is active using CW, SSB, RTTY and Pactor. QSL to home call.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The DXYL-NAYL Phone Contest, Six Meter Sprint, Florida, Nebraska and Ontario QSO Parties, Helvetia Contest and QRP in the Field will certainly keep contesters busy this weekend. Please see April QST, page 100 for details.