DX-NL 1203 - June 19, 2000
DX News Letter
Editor: Michael, DJ5AV
(PR: DJ5AV @ OE9XPI.AUT.EU)
English by: Bob, DL7VOA
VU - ANTARCTICA: On Jun 21/22nd Victor, R1AND, is expected to operate from Indian Antarctic base Maitri on CW (14010, 18090, 21010, 24910 and 28010 kHz) and SSB (14160, 18140, 21250, 24950 and 28450 kHz). Webpage with log search is http://www.qsl.net/ru3uj/r1and.htm
FK - NEW CALEDONIA: 9 OPs of Japan News Network will be on as TX8JNN on 160 to 6m Jun 29th to Jul 5th CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31 and AO10. QSL via JA1EOD.
KH0 - MARIANA ISLANDS: JA3HD, JA3APU, JH3FFJ, JA3HD and N2ATT/JA3AER will sign KH0/ Jun 23rd through 26th.
KH5 - PALMYRA: Mike, KH6ND/KH5, mostly using CW until Jun 23rd is another station busy with preparations for the big DXpedition in October. QSL via K4TSJ.
V8 - BRUNEI: Hans, DF5UG, seems to have stopped his activity as V85QQ and is said to be back to Sabah. QSL via DF5UG, address in DXNL 1129.
7P - LESOTHO: German Team Jo, DF6VI, Dieter, DJ9ON, Mark, DL1IAN, Tom, DL1QW, Hans, DL1YFF, and Tom, DL4OCM, will be active from Maseru 6 through 160m on SSB, CW and RTTY with 3 stations as 7P8AA Jul 3rd to 22nd. The Webpage it http://www.qsl.net/7p8aa/ Log check after DXpedition will be possible at http://www.qsl.net/logs/index.html QSL via Fritz, DL7VOR.
C9 - MOZAMBIQUE: Brian Carney, C91DC, is QRV from Maputo with IC707 and dipole until late Sep. Look for him 0500 to 0530Z at 28.490-28 495 kHz and 14.245 from 1400 through 1500Z. QSL info DXNL 1197.
FR - TROMELIN: The WX-Station is working automatically since some time, there are no regular visits necessary. F5PXT, F5PYI, F6JJX and F5NOD have landing permission for Jul/Aug and are looking for sponsors and donations to Northern California DX Foundation, POBox 1328, Los Altos, CA 94023-1328, USA.
ST - SUDAN: Jeff Hambleton, G4KIB/5B4YY/KF9BI, in Khartoum is licensed as ST0P (Sugar Tango Zero Papa) on 40, 20, 15 and 10m after 1 year of waiting and is active until August with IC746 and G5RV and delta loop, SSB and PSK31 only, in his evenings after 1700 UTC. QSL via 5B4YY, Jeff Hambleton, 1 Psaron, Chloraka 8220, Paphos, Cyprus.
HC - ECUADOR: Otto, UA4WAE, will be HC4WW starting Jun 20th for 1 year.
KL - ALASKA: Don, NL7QT, will be on Wrangell Island (NOT NA041!) Jun 26th through Aug 1st especially on 40m-QRP. QSL via bureau.
PJ7 - ST MAARTEN: Andy, PJ7/WA6WXD, will be visiting NA105 Jun 17th through 24th using 10, 15, 17 and 20m SSB. QSL via WA6WXD.
VP2V - BRIT.VIRGIN: Jimmy, VP2V/WA6JKV, will be active last week in Jun and first week of July on HF and especially 6m.
HS - THAILAND: Paul Ducanson, KO6H/LY2AAI, has acquired his HS0ZAC license and hopes to obtain PTD approval for importation of a K2 QRP rig to open the door for many Thai hams with a low cost rig.
OD - LEBANON: Jean Paul, F6FYA, will change the 40m antenna at OD5/F5SQM for something for 80 and 160m CW. He and his wife will stay for another 3 months. QSL via F6FYA.
MD - MAN: Barry, MD/N0KV, was active Jun 17/18th 1200-2100Z on 10 through 20m CW and SSB wants QSL via M0CQS or N0KV, via W0- or G-bureau.
UA - RUSSIA: UA1NDX, RN1NP, RK4HM, UA4HUR, UA6LP and UR3IFD will visit several islands in Onega Sea Jun 23rd through 30th: as UE1NIB on Bolshoy Klimetskiy, UE1NIB/p or UE1NIB/a on Kizhi, Sujsar, Ivanovskie and P. Guby. QSLs via UA4HUR. /// UE1WPI on Kamenca in Pskov Sea Jun 24/25th is via RA1WZ, direct or via bureau. All these islands don't count for IOTA but for Russian Robinson diplome, only.
DATE CALL DXNL Oct 8 -Oct 24 3B6RF 1195 Jun 3 -Jun 23 3D2RW 1201 May -Nov/2000 3W2LC 1198 now -2001 4O8/9X0A 1201 now 4W6 (several) 1190-1192, 1196 Jun 8 -Jun 29 4X/DL8ABO/p 1202 Jun 18-Jun 24 5H3/PA3GIO 1202 Jun 25-Jul 5H1/PA3GIO 1202 Jul 3 - Jul 22 7P8AA 1203 * Apr 19-July A45ZN 1194 Jun 15-Nov 2 AX... 1202 Jun 4 -Aug 15 BT0QGL 1200 now - late Sep C91DC 1203 * now EM1KY 1185 Feb 26-Aug/2000 FH/TU5AX 1185 Nov/99-?? FR5DC 1193 now FR5FD 1168 Jul- Aug FR/T(F5PXT etc)1203 * Nov/99-Oct/2000 FT5WI 1191 Jan 7 - ??? FW5ZL 1191 now -2001 FK8VHY 1160, 1168 Jun 20 - Jun 2001 HC4WW 1203 * now HS0ZAC 1203 * Jun 10- J28EW 1202 now -2000 J87AB 1193 Apr 7 -Oct JX7DFA 1192 now -Aug/2000 JY9NE 1190 Jun 23 - Jun 26 KH0 (JA3HD etc)1203 * Jun 18-Jun 20 KH0/AF4IN etc 1202 now -2002 KH2/K4ANA 1162 now -2002 ? NH6D/KH4 1200 May 8 -Oct/2000 KH5, KH5K 1197-99, 1203 * Jun 17 - Jun 18 MD/N0KV 1203 * Jun 26 - Aug 1 NL7QT 1203 * now - Sep 2000 OD5/F5SQM 1168, 1203 * Jun 12- OX (VA3MER) 1202 Jun 17 - Jun 24 PJ7/WA6WXD 1203 * Apr 15-July/2000 S511E - S588S 1194 now - Aug 2000 ST0P 1203 * Jun 14-Jun 21 SV8/G3SWH 1201 Jun 6 - SV9/DL8YRM 1202 now -Jul/2000 TT8JLB 1193 Jun 29 - Jul 5 TX8JNN 1203 * Jun 23 - Jun 30 UE1NIB 1203 * Jun 24 - Jun 25 UE1WPI 1203 * Jun 28-Jul 12 V63KR, KP, KQ 1202 Jun 10-Jun 12 V85QQ 1201-1203 * now -Dec/2000 VK0MM 1176-1191, 1197-1198 Jul 1 -Jul 12 VP2EREM 1202 late Jun-earlyJul VP2V/W6JKV 1203 * Jun 21 - Jun 22 VU (Antarctica)1203 * now -late 2001 YI9OM 1186 "NEW": 1203 *
160m SV8/DJ2GM/p 1832 1943Z via bureau 80m 5H3RK 3509 2115Z PB9274, Dar es Salam PU7XAF 3799 0417Z 40m HP1XVH 7068 0327Z via N0JT, bureau J28EW 7001 2044Z via F5LDY 30m 9J2BO 10105 1839Z via W6ORD, direct 9M2TO 10104 2256Z via JA0DMV, bureau BV3/DJ3KR 10104 1934Z via DH3MG, bureau HF0POL 10106 2048Z via SP3WVL, also bureau HK0VGJ 10113 0408Z direct W3WKP/VP9 10105 0255Z via W3WKP YS1AG 10105 0321Z via N4EPJ ? 20m 4W6GN 14010 0642Z via K8CW, also bureau CE0X/LU7BQ 14005 0620Z via LU7BQ FM5WD 14011 2209Z via W3HNK, also bureau J68AM 14156 2153Z via W8ILC ST0P 14192 1710Z via 5B4YY VK0MM 14003 0730Z DXNL 1180, QRX ! ZK1JD 14243 0719Z Jim, PB491, Rarotonga 17m 3B9FR 18070 1558Z via CBA 4W6GH 18160 1725Z via CT1EGH, direct FO5NL 18135 0810Z via CBA JW5RIA 18120 1441Z via LA5RIA KH0N 18074 1954Z via JA6CNL, bureau WH6ASW/KH2 18125 1915Z via bureau KH6LEM 18138 1643Z via bureau UO8I 18146 0846Z via RK3BY, bureau V29TBK 18070 1900Z via G3TBK VQ9VK 18080 1541Z via N1TO YJ8UU 18165 0800Z via ZL2HE, direct 15m 3D2RW 21026 0805Z via ZL1AMO, also bureau 4W6UN 21300 1406Z via VK3OT, direct 9Y4/DL2RVS 21277 2010Z via DL2YY E4/G3WQU 21024 1022Z via bureau KH6ND/KH5 21017 0616Z via K4TSJ HP1XVH 21255 0434Z via N0JT, bureau TI3TLS 21013 0714Z via bureau V85QQ 21265 1927Z via DF5UG, DXNL 1129 XV9SW 21020 1523Z via SM3CXS, bureau 12m 5N3CPR 24901 1044Z via SP5CPR, bureau 9J2BO 24895 1815Z via W6ORD, direct FR5FD 24900 1053Z via F5LBM, bureau FY5FY 24894 2118Z via F6EZV, bureau R1ANZ 24945 0755Z via RU1ZC, bureau W3WPK/VP9 24904 2005Z via W3WPK 10m 3B8GD 28457 1519Z via CBA 3W2KYU 28035 0854Z via JH8KYU 5H3/PA3GIO 28495 0925Z via bureau 5N9CEN 28505 1017Z via IV3VBM 5X1P 28018 1510Z via G3MRC, bureau D3SAF 28480 2247Z via I3LLH, direct FH/TU5AX 28495 1524Z via F5OGL, bureau FR5ZQ/G 28020 1440Z via CBA FR5ZQ FW5ZL 28430 0918Z DXNL 1191 OY3QN 28025 1945Z via OZ1ACB, direct TT8JLB 28029 1500Z via F5BAR, bureau
You may get your TX0X QSLs at the HAM RADIO in Friedrichshafen at booth 923 in Halle 9, but ONLY for you PERSONALLY.
LOG-Checks: BQ9P 2000 logs are now available via e-mail: Send an e-mail to email@example.com with ONLY the callsign you wish to search in the Subject line. You will receive an e-mail shortly with response for your query. If the e-mail you receive does not correspond to your log, feel free to e-mail Steve, KU9C at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow the instructions in the email response, which will be forwarded to him. PY0F/PY2ZDX logs are available for searching via e-mail to email@example.com with your call in the Subject line and PY2ZDX-0F in the body of the message.
QSLs received via buro: 2S3JIJ, 3V8DJ (I5JHW), 3W6DX (DL4DBR), FO0CLA (F6LQJ), H40AA (OH2BU), HK0/AA3KX (W4DC), HK3JBR (F6AJA), HK3OSA/0 (DF4UW), LU3XPS, P40HQ (I2MQP), PT7BZ/PY0F, P43P, PJ2/PA0VDV, PJ2/N6HR (W8KKF), PT7BZ/PY0F, T30CW + T30Y (DL7UFR), T32BI (KH6DFW).
QSLs received direct: CE0Y/G0KBO, XR0ZY (OM2SA).
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