QST de W1AW
DX Bulletin 34 ARLD034
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT August 19, 1999
To all radio amateurs
SB DX ARL ARLD034
ARLD034 DX news
This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by Tedd, KB8NW, the OPDX Bulletin, The Daily DX, The DXNL, The 599Report and Contest Corral from QST. Thanks to all.
PALESTINE, E4. Alessio, IZ0CKJ, Simon, IZ7ATN, and Max, IW0FQZ, will be active August 19 to 26. No callsigns were mentioned as of press time. Some 6 meter activity is expected.
MICRONESIA, V6. Peter, V63PD, is now the only local radio amateur on Chuuk (former Truk) Island (OC-011). He is QRV on 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meters. QSL via VK4AAR.
GRENADA, J3. Bill, J3/G0STR, is working QRP CW on 7030 and 14060 kHz from 0000 to 0500z, until August 25. QSL via G0STR.
CHINA, BY. Look for BY4CCM, a club station on Chongming Island (AS-136), on 21260 kHz. QSL via buro or direct to Box 150-602, Shanghai, China.
LEBANON, OD. Look for Murtada, signing OD5/9K2MU, mostly on CW. QSL via WA4JTK.
MONACO, 3A. Patrice, 3A/F5RBB, will be active on 40, 20, 15 and 10 meters, from August 23 to 28. QSL via F5RBB.
ANTARCTICA, EM. Alex is active as EM1U from Vernadtsky Base on Galindez Island (AN-006). QSL via UT7UA.
LAOS, XW. XW8INH was heard on 14027 and 21039 kHz. QSL via JM1GYQ.
AUSTRAL ISLANDS, FO0. JK1TKE will be QRV October 14 to 24 from Tubuai Island on HF and 6 Meters. No call sign was given.
SAN ANDRES ISLAND, HK0. Able, HK0VGJ, is often active on 18075 kHz from 2000 to 2300z.
LUXEMBOURG, LX. A group of DL operators will sign LX0RL August 28 to September 3. QSL via DL4FCH.
MARSHALL ISLANDS, V7. Bruce, AC4G, is on CW and SSB on 80 and 40 meters and the newer bands, signing V73CW from Kwajalein. QSL via AC4G to CBA with mail forward to Kwajalein or direct to Bruce Smith, Box 1436, APO, AP 96555, USA.
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend, North American QSO Party, phone, SEANET Contest, phone, SARTG RTTY Contest and the KCJ Contest are all on tap for this weekend. Please see August QST, pages 91 and 93 for details.