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Asunto:[dxcolombia] Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin No. 719
Fecha:Domingo, 24 de Julio, 2005  11:26:37 (-0500)
Autor:Oscar A. Gaviria <hk6dos @.......co>

Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin No. 719

July 25, 2005
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF80.ORG (Cleveland, Ohio)


5D, MORROCCO. Mhamed, CN8NK, reports that a special callsign, 5D6MC, will
be used from Morrocco on all bands and modes July 30-31st (probably for
the IOTA Contest). The QSL Manager is EA7FTR.

7O, YEMEN. Early last week, Vladimir, UA4WHX, informed OPDX that he is
currently in Sana'a, Yemen. He stated that he has "met a number of people
responsible for issuing licenses and the Spectrum Management of the
Yemen Telecom, as well as two deputy ministers of the Ministry of
Telcommunications and Information Technology. Vladimir also states the
following:
  1. Not a single amateur radio license has ever been issued in Yemen
     in the past 20 years. He mentions, "For those interested in the
     authenticy of the fact I can probably provide a written statement
     of the ministry confirming the fact."

  2. Amamteur radio has never been legalized in Yemen.  "PERIOD"
     No legal base, no exceptions so far, but the ministry is sincerely
     interested in promoting the hobby. They know about it and do plan
     to pass laws for it as soon as possible.

  3. When King Hussein of Jordan was in Yemen, he requested a license
     which he did not get....

  4. The ministry has tried to authorize amateur radio activity in Yemen
     a few times, but the attempts have always got stuck at the Ministry
     of Interior offices being higher or lower.

How can you help get Yemen on the air? Vladimir suggests to write letters
to both ministries and explain the following:
       A. Why amateur radio is good (Explain the benefits).
       B. Why there is no danger to their country's security.
       C. He recommands sending some printed materials about amateur
          radio.
The above information is just a small portion of what Vladimir wanted
to relay to the ham community. He wrote another (longer) E-mail to OPDX
over the past weekend which has more details and suggestions to get Yemen
on the air. OPDX InterNet Subscribers will receive this E-mail (complete
and unedited; with addresses and phone numbers) as an additional bulletin.

C6, BAHAMAS. Pete/W2GJ and Steve/AA4V are planning two trips to Crooked
Island (IOTA NA-113). Look for them this weekend in the IOTA Contest and
in the CQ WW SSB Contest in late October. Their callsigns will be C6ARV
(AA4V) and C6APR (W2GJ). The operations in the contests will be Multi/
Single effort. Look for each operator before and after the contests on
the WARC bands. QSL via their home callsigns (QRZ.com).

CO8, CUBA. Juan, CO8TW, will be in the next IOTA Contest on CW or mixed
mode. QSL via IZ8CCW. The log will be on the following Web site after the
contest at :             
http://www.qsl.net/co8tw/

CY0, SABLE ISLAND. Remember to look for operators Joe/W8GEX, Wayne/K8LEE
and Phil/W9IXX to be active as CY0AA from Sable Island (IOTA NA-063, CISA
NS-004) between July 27th and August 6th. They are expected to be in the
IOTA Contest (July 30-31st). Activity will be on 160-6 meters CW, SSB,
PSK and RTTY. QSL via K8LEE. The team is still looking for donations to
help offset the cost.

EA8, CANARY ISLANDS. Wojtek, SP5MXZ, will be active as EA8/SP5MXZ
during the RGSB IOTA Contest (July 30-31st). His operation class was
not mentioned. He will be on holiday from from Playa de Las Americas,
Tenerife Island (AF-004), now through August 2nd. His activity outside
of the contest will be on 20 meters mainly CW, and possibly 17/15 meters
CW/SSB. The station consists of IC-706MK2G and Inverted Vee dipole on
a DK9SQ portable mast. Suggested times and frequencies: 0630-0730z (EU),
1600-1800z (EU), 2200-2330z (NA); 14040 kHz CW and 14170 kHz SSB (+/- QRM).
QSL via his home callsign, either direct (QrRZ,com) or by the bureau.
More information and an online log is available at:
                 
http://sp5xsd.za.pl/sp5mxz/ea8/

FP, ST. PIERRE AND MIQUELON (Update). Paul, FP/K9OT, and Peg, FP/KB9LIE
(YL), should be on the air from Miquelon (NA-032) shortly after 0000Z on
July 30th. This is their fifth annual trip to Miquelon and Peg's 10th
anniversary as a ham. Preferred band-modes are 30-40-80 CW for Paul and
17-20-40 SSB for Peg, other bands depending on propagation and conditions,
100 watts to single-band wire verticals on the Atlantic Ocean. They plan
to be active in the RSGB IOTA Contest as Single-Ops, and Paul will be in
the North American CW QSO Party. Visit their Web site at:
                   
http://www.mhtc.net/~k9ot
QSL via their home callsigns (same address), direct or by the bureau.
Cards received with insufficient return postage will be answered via
the bureau. No eQSLs.

GERMANY NEWS (New Prefixes on the air!). Stefan, DL1ELY, explains why
you have been hearing all these new prefixes: "Germany has started to
assign DQ and DR-prefixes. Beside that, club stations can now apply for
2x1-callsigns like DK2A. All numbers 0-9 mean "club station", there
are no 2x1 callsigns for individuals. One more important change: While
all DP-prefixes were extraterritorial area before (like DP0GVN, DP0POL
in the Antarctica, DP0EPO Munich European Patent Office), now _only_
DP0-DP2 are extraterritorial. 2x1-Callsigns DP3A-DP9Z are "regular short
callsigns" for Club stations. Please note there are still no 'DI' hamradio
callsigns in DL."

IOTA CONTEST. Don, G3XTT, IOTA Contest Manager, wants to remind everyone
that the IOTA Contest takes place over the weekend of July 30-31st
(1200-1200z). All are invited to participate. Everyone works everyone,
but island contacts are worth significantly more points, and islands are
also multipliers. The contest is always popular, with many expeditions
to semi-rare and rare islands, allowing participants to increase their
score towards the wide range of IOTA awards. To facilitate this, they are
working towards allowing contacts made in the contest (provided both logs
have been received by the adjudicators) to count towards IOTA awards without
the need for QSL cards. The rules are essentially unchanged from last year
except that the SWL section has been dropped as a result of significantly
lower participation in recent years. The rules do, however, spell out more
clearly than before the format for Cabrillo logs which, while not mandatory,
are preferred. Nevertheless, they are retaining the two-stage submission
process introduced last year, whereby you receive a confirmation E-mail
for your log asking you to go to a Web page to validate your category,
etc. This is simply because, if you use a logging program which doesn't
overtly support the IOTA contest, your header information may not be
sufficient to give them all the data they need. The process should not
take more than a minute or so. The full rules can be found at:
 
http://www.contesting.co.uk/hfcc/iota.shtml or via www.rsgbhfcc.org
They look forward to your participation in the contest and receiving your
log in due course. Photos and write-ups are also appreciated for the Web
site - to either of the E-mail addresses below, please. Any questions can
be addressed to <
iotacontest@rsgbhfcc.org > or directly to Don, G3XTT,
at:
don@g3xtt.com

IOTA NEWS.....................
   AS-066.  Operators RA0LSO, RU0LAX, RW0MM, UA0LHT, UA0LSK and YLs SWL
            will be active as RK0LWW/p from Russkiy Island (Sea of Japan
            Coast Group) during the RGSB IOTA Contest (July 30-31th) as
            Multi-Op/High-Power/DXpedition. QSL via info on QRZ.com.

   AS-117.  Kenji, JA4GXS, will be active in the IOTA Contest, July 30th,
            as JA4GXS/4 from Yashiro Island, Honsyu Coastal Island,
            Yamaguchi Pref (JIIA AS-117-118).QSL via his home callsign,
            by the bureau or direct to: Kenji Sasaki, 2-15 Ishikannon-cyo,
            Yamaguchi-City, 753-0038 JAPAN.

   AS-118.  A group of operators, with the support of the Kuwait Amateur
            Radio Society (KARS), are planning to operate as 9K2F from
            Faylakah Island from July 27th to August 3rd. They will also
            participate in the RSGB IOTA Contest (July 30-31st). QSL via
            9K2RA, by the Bureau (preferred) or direct to:
            KARS, P.O. Box 5240, 13053, Safat, Kuwait.

   EU-003.  Joao (John), CU3AA, will be active from Sao Miguel Island
            (WLOTA 2016), July 26-29th. He will also activate four
            lighthouses (ARLHS references: AZO-004, AZO-008, AZO-012
            and AZO-017). Each one will be activated for one day between
            1000-1700z.

   EU-011.  Operators Nobby/G0VJG, Chris/G0FDZ, Dave/G4BUO, Richard/G7GLW,
            Ralph/2E0ATY and Simon/M3CVN will be active as homecall/p and
            G3RCV/p, from the Isles of Scilly now through July 31st.
            Their activity will be on all bands. QSL via their home
            callsigns. They will also participate in the RSGB IOTA Contest
           (July 30-31st) as M8C. QSL via G4DFI.

   EU-042.  Hans-Peter, DC1HPS, will be active as DC1HPS/p from Pellworm
            Island (GIA N-23 for the German Islands Award) now through
            August 7th. Activity will be on 80/40/20/15/10 meters, and
            include and entry in the IOTA Contest (July 30-31st). QSL via
            his home callsign by the bureau.

   EU-045.  Amedeo, IZ0FXW, will be active as IB0MDC from Ponza Island
           (IIA LT-001 and MIA MI-076), August 14-25th. QSL via his home
           callsign, direct or by the bureau. Further information can be
           found at:            
http://www.mdxc.org/ib0mdc

   EU-052.  Feco, HA8KW, will be active as SV8/HA8KW/P from Zakynthos
            Island, now through August 1st. Activity will be mainly CW,
            with some SSB. He will also participate in the IOTA Contest
            using the special callsign J48KW as a 12-hour/Low-Power/CW
            entry. QSL via his home callsign, either by the bureau or
            direct to: Provics Ferenc, P.O. Box 620, Szeged-1, H-6701,
            Hungary.

   EU-101.  Operators OH6HJE, OH6UV and OH6NJ were expected to be active
            as OH6AW from Bergö Island over the past weekend. QSL via
            OH6AD.

   EU-128.  Gerold, DH6GD, will be active as DH6GD/p from Fehmarn Island
            (GIA O-01), now through August 10th. Activity will be on 80-10
            meters CW, SSB and PSK-31. He also plans to participate in the
            IOTA Contest. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the
            bureau.

   EU-130.  Members of ARI Gorizia will be active as IU3G from Sant'
            Andrea (IIA UD-003 and MIA MI-101) during the IOTA Contest
            (July 30-31st). QSL via IV3WMS, direct or by the bureau.

   EU-131.  Operators Daniele/IK2SND, Oreste/IK3VIA, Beppe/IN3IKF and
            Mauro/IN3QBR will be active as IL3U from Venice Lagoon Island
            Group (Nuovo Lazzaretto Island), July 30-31st. Activity will
            be during the IOTA Contest as Multi-Op entry. QL via direct
            to IK2SND.

   EU-132.  Operators Zick/SP3BJK and Przemek/SQ3RX will be active as
            homecall/1 from Wolin Island (SPIA SZ-002 for the Polish
            Islands Award), now through August 2nd. Activity will be
            on all HF bands, CW and SSB, and the IOTA Contest. QSL via
            SQ3RX, direct or by the bureau.

   EU-170.  Operators Sanyi/HA7JJS, Zsolt/HA6PS and Laci/HA6NL will be
            active from Pasman Island (CI-085) as 9A/HA7JJS, 9A/HA6PS
            and 9A6NL, respectively, from July 26th to August 1st. Their
            activity will be on all HF bands and the IOTA Contest. QSL
            via their home callsign by the HA QSL Bureau or direct
            (QRZ.com).

   EU-176.  Operators Staffan/SM3JGG, Tord/SM3EVR, Classe/SM3GSK, Anders/
            SM3XGV, Hans/SM3TLG and Jorgen/SM3CXS will participate in the
            IOTA Contest as SA3W from Grimskar Island. QSL via SM3EVR.
            QSL cards for activity outside of contest should be routed
            via the operator's home callsign. The team will be on Grimskar
            between July 28th to 1500z July 31st. ADDED NOTE: The SG3ZZR
            (EU-176) cards will be mailed during the first week of August.

   NA-014.  Operators Reg/VE2AYU, Alain/VE2DAV, Fred/VE1FA (ex-VE2SEI)
            and Helen VA1YL (ex-VE2YAK), along with Bill/VE1MR, Lynn/VE1ENT,
            Gary/VE1RGB, Rich/VE1CHP, and Howard/VE1DHD will activate
            Whitehead Island from July 28th to August 2nd, during the
            annual Islands On The Air (IOTA) Contest. Whitehead  Island
            (Canadian Islands NB-010, Grid  FN-64) is close to Grand Manan
            Island, NB. Activity will be on CW and SSB on 80-10 meters.
            The special event callsign, VC9W, will be used to commemorate
            the 200th anniversary of the first settlers on Whitehead
            Island. QSLs will be via
_VE1RGB@RAC.ca_ (mailto:VE1RGB@RAC.ca)

   NA-082.  Tom, K4ZGB, plans to be active from Petit Bois Island (USI
            MS-004, Jackson County, Mississippi), as K5Z between now
            and August 2nd. His activity will include the IOTA contest.
            Activity outside of the contest will be on 40-10 meters.
            QSL via K4ZGB (QRZ.com).

   OC-NEW.  Kardi, YB1TC, the QSL Manager for last year's Peucang Island
            DXpedition (OC-237), announced that there are plans to go to
            Karimata Island (a new IOTA) for early September 2005. The
            group going is looking for support.

   SA-069.  (UPDATE) Members of the "Atacama Desert DX Group" will be
            on the air as 3G1M from Santa Maria Island, August 12-15th.
            Operators mentioned are: Nicolas/XQ1IDM, SERGIO/CE1RQB,
            Mauricio/CE2WUI, Mauricio/CA2UDO, Luis/CE2UWJ, Danilo/XQ4ZW
            and Marco/CE6TBN. Activity will be on 40-10 meters including
            the WARC bands and 6 meters. Modes will be CW, SSB, RTTY and
            BPSK. QSL via XQ1IDM, by the bureau or direct. Visit their
            Web page at:          
http://www.mdxc.org/3g1m

JW, SVALBARD. Operators Tony/EI2GX, Anthony/EI3HA, Dermot/EI5IQ, Declan/
EI6FR, Emmet/EI7HF and liam/EI7DSB will be active from here July 27th
through August 3rd. QSL to the home callsigns of the station worked.
The callsign JW/EI7HF will also be used in the IOTA contest.

KL7, ALASKA. Hillar/N6HR and Elsie/N7YX will participate in the IOTA
Contest (July 30-31st) from St. Paul Island, Pribilof Islands, Alaska
(NA-028). The callsign will be KL7/N7YX, and activity will be on both
SSB and CW on whatever band is open! QSL via the home callsign.

LIGHTHOUSE/LIGHTSHIP ACTIVITIES.....................
   Jeff, VA3QSL, will activate the Queens Wharf Range Lighthouse (ARLHS
   reference CAN-542) on August 6th (only) as VA3QSL/L, in Toronto for
   the National Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend. Activity will be on 40 and
   20 meters. QSL to his home callsign, by the bureau or direct (w/SASE)
   to: Jeff Richardson, 36 Crawley Drive, Bramalea, ON  L6T 2S1, Canada.

   The Old Barney Amateur Radio Club will be operating as N2OB from "Old
   Barney", the Barnegat Lighthouse (Lighthouse #USA-039) on Long Beach
   Island, NJ, (IOTA NA-111, USI NJ001S) on August 6th from about 1300z
   until 2100z (rain date August 7th). Most of the operation is planned
   for 20 and 40 meters SSB and local 2 meters. QSL via N2OB.

   The Old Barney Amateur Radio Club will be operating as W2T from the
   Tucker's Island Lighthouse (USA-911) in the Tuckerton Seaport in
   Tuckerton, NJ, during the International Lighthouse Activity weekend
   August 20-21st, from about 1300-2100z each day. Activity is planned
   for 40 and 20 meters SSB and local 2 meters. QSL via N2OO.

MD4, ISLE OF MAN. Operators David/G3NKC, Martin/G4XUM, Roger/G4BVY,
Royce/M0RHI and Tim/M0BEW (aka "The Manx Kippers") will be active as
MD4K during the IOTA Contest as a Multi-Op entry. There may be limited
operations before the contest. The team states, "We welcome any requests
for band QSYs (SSB or CW) during the contest; from IOTA mults; and will
try to arrange skeds if requested by non-mults." QSL as usual via G3NKC,
direct, bureau or via the Web page at: 
http://www.md4k.com

MW0, WALES. Jim, M0ZAK, will be heading off into the depths of Wales,
Lleyn Peninsula to be exact, from August 2-5th for a midweek break prior
to a weekend's vintage motorcycle race on the Island of Anglesey. Modes
will be digital, mainly PSK31 with some RTTY, on 40-10 meters as band
conditions allow. He will be signing MW0ZAK/p from a caravan site in Grid
Square IO72pt. QSL via M0ZAK.

OH0, ALAND ISLAND. Juha, OH9MM, will be active as OH0Z in the RSGB IOTA
Contest (July 30-31st), from Aland Islands (EU-002). QSL via OH5DX.

QSL INFO AND NEW......................
   QSL 7L3ATQ via the home callsign, direct or by the bureau. The
   activity was from Okushiri Island (IOTA AS-147 and JIIA AS-147-005).

   Abdallah, 9K2GS, states that W6YJ is no longer his QSL Manager, and
   effective 7-15-2005, both callsigns 9K2GS and 9K2K go to EA5KB. Please
   do not QSL DIRECT to Abdallah.

   QSL JA6JCL/6 via the home callsign, direct or by the bureau. The
   activity was from Shimaura Island (IOTA AS-012, JA6 Kyushu Coastal
   Island and JIIA AS-012-045).

   Effective immediately, Mike, KH0AS, has resumed handling his own QSL
   chores. Send direct to:  Mike Adams, 9528 Shoreland Dr SE, Bellevue,
   WA 98004.

R1MV, MALYJ VYSOTSKIJ ISLAND. Victor Loginov, UA2FM, informs OPDX that
a Russian-Finnish team will sign R1MVC and R1MVW from Malyj Vysotskij
Island (EU-117) from July 28th to August 1st. Activity will be on all
bands including the WARC bands. The group will participate in the IOTA
Contest. Operators mentioned are: OH5NE, OH5WR, OH5WS, OH0RJ, RV1AC,
RU1AS, RA2FW, RN2FA, RV2FW and UA2FM. Send direct QSLs to DK4VW, and
the bureau QSLs to: UA2 QSL Bureau, ROSTO Technical School,
 ul.Ozernaya 31, Kaliningrad, 236029 Russia. Please note, DK4VW is a
maildrop only. All cards are forwarded to Russia and will be answered
from Russia.

SPECIAL EVENT. The SKY Contest Club from SUSAM (State Union of Serbia
And Montenegro) will celebrate their 10th anniversary on the air using
three special callsigns until December 31st. Look for the following
stations to be active on the follow modes: YT310SKY (CW), YZ610SKY (SSB)
and 4O310SKY (RTTY). These stations are expected to be active on all HF
bands and major contests. They were heard on 30m CW, 20m SSB and 20m
RTTY this past weekend. QSL via YT6A.

TK, CORSICA. Stefano, IK5XCT, will be active as TK/IK5XCT now through
August 6th. Activity will be on all HF bands. QSL via his home callsign.
For a bureau QSL card, visit the following Web page and file out the
QSL request form at:          
http://www.qsl.net/ik5xct

TT8, CHAD (News from PA7FM). QSL Manager Dennis, PA7FM, informs OPDX:
"TT8AMO went QRT on the 19th on June after 3 months operation. TT8M will
go QRT on the 1st of August after almost 5 months activity. TT8AMO made
10607 QSOs on 160 to 10m, and so far TT8M made close to 7000 QSOs on 80
to 6m. During the last week of his operation there's not much activity
expected anymore due to a very busy week. On the 31st the antennas will
have to be taken down, so the real last possible day of any operation is
likely to be the 30th of July. During office hours the 6m beacon is still
running on 50.097 MHz. DXcluster anouncement or the ON4KST chat are the
possible ways to get him on the radio when you hear the beacon. QSLs for
both operation are available. The backlog for QSLs has been cleared 2 weeks
ago, and direct request are being answered within a week after reception.
Direct request with 1 GS/1 IRC for EU or 2 GS/1 IRC outside EU will be
answered direct. Others with insufficient return postage or no return
envelope will be answered by the bureau. A new job for Michael, PA5M, is
already waiting ( QTH unknown yet ) while Pierre, HB9AMO, already starting
a new assignment in Niger (5U). Most likely he will not apply for a license
there as there won't be much operation time left beside the busy work. As
soon as Michael knows more about the new assignment, it will be announced
on:                        
http://www.pa7fm.nl
There (on the Web page) to be found also online logs for both operations,
some photos and audio files for the TT8M 6m operation."

VY2, CANADA. Scott, W4PA, will be active as VY2PA in the CQ WW DX SSB
Contest (October 29-30th) as a Single-Op/All-Band/High-Power entry. QSL
via W4PA. Activity will be from VY2ZM's superstation on Prince Edward's
Island.

WAP MEETING. Gianni, I1HYW, announced that the WAP (Worldwide Antarctic
Program) will hold its 2nd annual meeting along with the 4th DCI Meeting
(Italian Castle Award) in the City of Mondovi' (CN), North Italy, next
September 17-18th. Forum activities will include QSL Managers, WAP Special
Editions, WAP Awards and more... More info about the program, as well as
articles and information about Antarctica, are available at:
                      
http://www.dcia.it/
                       http://www.ddxc.net/wap

ZK1, SOUTH COOK ISLANDS. Gordon, ZL2ARN, will be active as ZK1ARN from
Aitutaki (OC-083), South Cook Islands, between July 27th and August 3rd.
Activity will be on all bands and modes, but casual style. QSL via his
home callsign.

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS.

MR ABDULGADER IBRAHIM, DIRECTOR GENERAL OF FREQUENCY
MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT OF THE MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS
ASKED ME TO PASS THIS ON TO FELLOW AMATEURS:
1. HE NEEDS AS MUCH VISUAL MATERIAL AS POSSIBLE AS HE HAS
AN ARRANGEMENT WITH THE SECURITY SECTION OF YEMEN MINISTRY
OF INTERIOR TO GIVE A PRESENTATIOM RELATED TO AMATEUR RADIO
TRYING TO PROVE THAT:
A. IT IS GOOD FOR THE COUNTRY
B. IT POSES NO THREAT TO SECURITY.

HANDBOOKS, MAGAZINES, TAPES, CD'S, SAMPLES OF PICTURE QSL
CARDS, AMATEUR RADIO POSTERS WILL BE GREATLY APPREACIED,
BEING NEW OR USED, NO DIFFERENCE. SEND THEM TO HIM AT AS
SOON AS POSSIBLE TO:

MR ABDULGADER IBRAHIM, DIRECTOR GENERAL OF FREQUENCY
MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT OF THE MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
AIRPORT ROAD
AL JIRAF
P.O. BOX 25237
SANA'A
YEMEN
TEL: 00967-1-331455
FAX: 00967-1-331457


2. HE CAN RECONFIRM VIA FAX OR E-MAIL THAT THERE HAS NEVER
BEEN A SIGNLE AMATUER RADIO OPERATION FROM YEMEN,
IF HE RECEIVES AN OFFICIAL INQUIRY FROM ARRL OR ANY OTHER
AM. RADIO CLUB.
ONE - ONLY! - AUTHORIZATION HAS BEEN GIVEN TO A SULATAN OF
KUWAIT BUT HE NEVER OPERATED. ALL OTHERS ACCORDING TO HIS
 AND A FEW OTHER OFFICAILS WORDS ARE PIRATES AND ILLEGAL.
NO MATTER WHAT DOCUMENTS THEY PRESENT AND WHAT THEY SAY.

..................

THESE ARE SOME OF THE OTHER NAMES
I ALSO KNOW A FEW E-MAILS AND SOME CELL PHONES
BUT I AM NOT AUTHORIZED
TO GIVE THEM.

ALL OF THEM SPEAK VERY GOOD ENGLISH!
AND ARE! OPEN MINDED

1.
ENG. ADDULLAH A. AL-HAMAMI
ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER

TEL: 00967-1-331375
FAX: 00967-1-331804

MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
P.O. BOX 1324
SANA'A
YEMEN

2. MAHMOUD YASSIN
DEPUTY MINISTER

MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFRORMATION TECHNOLOGY
P.O. BOX 1324
SANA'A
YEMEN

TEL: 00967-1-331375
FAX: 00967-1-331804


4. ABDUL HAFIED
MANAGER
FREQEUNCY MANAGEMENT SECTION
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFRORMATION TECHNOLOGY
P.O. BOX 1324
SANA'A
YEMEN

TEL: 00967-1-339272
..................

FOR THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR
THERE ARE NO NAMES I CAN GIVE ALTHOUGH THEY DO EXIST
IT SHOULD BE ENOUGH TO PUT JUST THE MANE OF THE MINISTRY
AND TO THE ATTENTION OF THE MINISTER.
SANA'A
YEMEN
..............

THEY ALSO TOLD ME A STORY HOW THEY CAUGHT A CREW OF GERMANS
A FEW YEARS AGO WHO OPERATED FROM ADEN FROM A HOTEL ON
AMATEUR RADIO BANDS
BUT THE MINISTRY PEOPLE WERE NICE TO THEM AND GAVE THEIR
RIGS BACK TO THEM AND JUST TOLD THEM TO SHUT DOWN
THEY COULD HAVE EASILY ENDED UP IN PRISON

IN FACT, THEY DO UNDERSTAND A LOT ABOUT HAM RADIO HERE AT
THE MINISTRY,
THEY THINK THEY NEED IT. AS WELL AS THE COMMUNITY AND THE
PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY.
THEY WANTED TO ESTABLISH A CLUB AT THE MINISTRY TO TEACH
LOCALS AND LET VISTORS OPERATE BUT THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR
HAS NEVER BEEN TOO HAPPY WITH THAT.

THEY (TELECOM PEOPLE) ARE SAYING, THINGS MIGHT AS WELL
CHANGE SOON.

I HOPE THAT HELPS
USE IT
IN YOUR BULLETINS
73, VB
UA4WHX
SANA'A
YEMEN

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Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW -
kb8nw@barf80.nshore.org --or-- kb8nw@arrl.net
Editor of the "Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin" (OPDX - "DXer's Tool of Excellence")
President of the "Northern Ohio DX Association" (NODXA)
DX Chairman for the "Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society
ARRL Assistant Director of the Great Lakes Division
Sysop of the "Basic Amateur Radio Frequency BBS" (BARF80.ORG)