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DX Bulletin 6 ¬†ARLD006
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT ¬†February 10, 2011
To all radio amateurs
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ARLD006 DX news
This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
NC1L, The Daily DX, the OPDX Bulletin, DXNL, INDX, Contest Corral
from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. ¬†Thanks
RODRIGUES ISLANDS, 3B9. ¬†Slavo, SP2JMB and Bogdan, SP2FUD are QRV as
3B9/homecalls and will be QRV in the CQ WPX RTTY contest. ¬†QSL to
KENYA, 5Z. ¬†Sig, NV7E is QRV as 5Z4EE for the next four years. ¬†He
is active on 160 to 10 meters. ¬†This includes entries in all the
major contests. ¬†QSL to home call.
CANARY ISLANDS, EA8. ¬†Per, LA5EAA will be QRV as EA8/homecall from
Gomera Island and then from Tenerife Island from February 13 to 26.
QSL to home call. ¬†In addition, special event callsign EG8ISS will
be QRV from February 12 to March 11 to publicize the first ARISS
school contact performed from the Canary Islands. ¬†Activity will be
on 40 to 10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, SSTV and PSK31, and on 2
meters FM and various amateur satellites. ¬†QSL via EG8ISS.
MARIANA ISLANDS, KH0. ¬†Some members of the Mariana Friendship Club
will be QRV as W0S from February 15 to 22 to celebrate the silver
jubilee of the cooperation between the Marianas High School in
Saipan and the Seisa Group in Japan. ¬†Activity will be on 160 to 10
meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. ¬†QSL via JA1HGY.
BONAIRE, PJ4. ¬†Roger, N4RR is QRV as PJ4/homecall. ¬†Activity is on
80 to 15 meters using RTTY. ¬†He will be active as PJ4R in the CQ WPX
RTTY contest. ¬†QSL to home call.
SURINAME, PZ. ¬†Serge, RX3APM will be QRV as PZ5P from Paramaribo
from February 15 to 22. ¬†Activity will be on 160 to 10 meters using
CW and SSB. ¬†This includes an entry in the upcoming ARRL DX CW
contest. ¬†QSL via UA4LU.
WEST KIRIBATI, T30. ¬†Operators Bill, N7OU and Bob, W7YAQ are QRV as
T30OU and T30YA, respectively, from Tarawa Island, IOTA OC-017,
until February 22. ¬†Activity is on 160 to 10 meters using mostly CW
with some SSB and RTTY. ¬†They will also be an entry in the upcoming
ARRL DX CW contest as T30YA as a Multi/Single entry. ¬†QSL to home
PALAU, T8. ¬†Mike, JA6EGL and Hiro, JA6KYU are QRV as T88SM and
T88HS, respectively, until February 15. ¬†Activity is on 80 to 6
meters using CW and SSB. ¬†QSL direct to home calls.
GUATEMALA, TG. ¬†David, N6HD will be QRV as TG7/homecall from
February 15 to March 7. ¬†Activity will be on 160 to 10 meters using
CW and SSB. ¬†QSL to home call.
CAMEROON, TJ. ¬†A group of operators are QRV as TJ9PF from Kribi
until February 20. ¬†Activity is on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB,
RTTY and PSK with six stations active. ¬†QSL via F5OGL.
CHAD, TT. ¬†Baldur, DJ6SI will be QRV as TT8DX from February 14 to
24. ¬†Activity is on the HF bands using mostly CW. ¬†QSL to home call.
BELIZE, V3. ¬†Torsten, DG7RO is QRV as V31TF until March 1. ¬†Activity
is holiday style on 160 to 10 meters using SSB and RTTY with some
CW. ¬†This includes possibly being active as V31GW in the CQ WPX RTTY
contest, and the upcoming ARRL DX CW and CQ WW 160-Meter SSB
contests. ¬†QSL via operator's instructions.
VIET NAM, XV. ¬†Pavel, OK1FPS is QRV as XV2FPS from Chu Ci until
February 15. ¬†Activity is generally on 30 and 40 meters. ¬†QSL to
NEW ZEALAND, ZL. ¬†Members of the Papakura Radio Club Branch 65 in
South Auckland are QRV using special event callsign ZL50VK until
March 31 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the club. ¬†QSL via
OPERATION APPROVED FOR DXCC CREDIT. ¬†The following operation is
approved for DXCC credit: ¬†Rwanda, 9X0SP, 2010 operation. ¬†If you
had this operation rejected in a recent application, send a note firstname.lastname@example.org
to have your record updated.
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. ¬†The CQ World Wide RTTY WPX Contest,
North American SSB Sprint, QRP CW Fox Hunt, NCCC Sprint CW Ladder,
YLRL YL-OM Contest, PODXS 070 Club Valentine PSK31 Sprint, SARL
Field Day Contest, Asia-Pacific CW Spring Sprint, Dutch PACC
Contest, KCJ Topband CW Contest, Louisiana QSO Party, OMISS SSB QSO
Party, New Hampshire QSO Party, FISTS Winter CW Sprint, RSGB 1st 1.8
MHz Contest, SKCC Weekend CW Sprint and the Classic Phone Exchange
will certainly keep contesters busy this upcoming weekend. ¬†The ARRL
School Club Roundup runs from February 14 to 18. ¬†The QRP CW Fox
Hunt and AGCW Semi-Automatic Key CW Evening are scheduled for
February 16. ¬†The RSGB 80-meter Club Data Championship is scheduled
for February 16. ¬†Please see February QST, page 88 and the ARRL and
WA7BNM contest web sites for details.