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DX Bulletin 19 ARLD019
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT May 6, 1999
To all radio amateurs
SB DX ARL ARLD019
ARLD019 DX news
This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by Tedd, KB8NW, the OPDX Bulletin, QRZ DX, The Daily DX, DXNL, 425DXnews and Contest Corral from QST. Thanks to all.
VIETNAM, 3W. Tom, SP5AUC, is QRV as 3W7CW, and can be found on 40 to 10 meters using CW. QSL to home call.
NEPAL, 9N. Sergio, IZ6BRN, is QRV from Mirmi as 9N7RN until June 30. QSL via IK4ZGY.
ANGOLA, D2. Richard, AA4HU, is QRV as D2RV, and has been found on 15 and 10 meters using SSB. His length of stay is unknown. QSL to home call.
IRAN, EP. EP2FM continues to be QRV using RTTY on 20 meters around 1500z.
NORTHERN MARIANAS, KH0. Haru, JA1XGI, will be QRV as KH0/JA1XGI from May 9 to 12. QSL to home call.
LEBANON, OD. Ali, OD5NQ, has been QRV on 17 meters CW between 1030 and 1300z.
PAPUA NEW GUINEA, P2. Chip, P29CC, likes to hang out on 28483 khz from 2200 to 0000z. QSL via K1WY.
POLAND, SP. Special Event Station SN0APT will be active from Lublin and Klementowice to mark the 750th anniversary of the first pharmacy in Poland. QSL via SP8YCB.
MOUNT ATHOS, SV/A. Monk Apollo, SV2ASP/A, continues to be active on 20 meter SSB around 2000 to 2200z. He also uses RTTY and Pactor.
COSTA RICA, TI. K3LU is QRV as TI5/K3LU, using CW. His length of stay is unknown. QSL via W3CU.
MICRONESIA, V6. Tach, JE1SCJ, is QRV as V63MT using CW, SSB and RTTY. His length of stay is unknown. QSL to home call.
BRUNEI, V8. Gary, V8GTW, often shows up on 15 meters SSB between 1600 and 1700z. QSL via VK8GW.
CAMBODIA, XU. Jani, YB0US, is now QRV as XU7AAP. QSL via N2OO.
EL SALVADOR, YS. Jack is QRV using the call YS1/KE4LWT until August 15. This is a temporary callsign, although he will receive his permanent one soon. He usually monitors the 14300 khz Maritime Mobile Net. QSL to home call.
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. It's another busy contest weekend. The Box Elder County Utah QSO Party, CQ-M International DX Contest, FISTS CW Club Spring Sprint, Indiana QSO Party, Nevada QSO Party, Oregon QSO Party and the EU CW Spring Sprint will certainly keep contesters busy. Please see May QST, pages 89 and 90 for details.