DXNL DX Bulletim 1781 DATE 23-05-2012 (atualizado todas as quartas-feiras)

10:10 Fernando Luiz de Souza 0 Comments

4L, Georgia Andi, UU0JM, will take part in the CQ WW WPX CW Contest (26./27. May) from Georgia, using the callsign 4L0A in the SOAB category. QSL via LoTW.

5X, Uganda Rene, PE1L, and Eltje, PA3CEE2, will activate the callsign 5X1EME on 2 m and 70 cm via EME from near Kampala (KJ60gh), between May 25th and June 3rd. More infos in the MoonNet and at MMMonVHF. QSL via PA3CEE. http://twitter.com/#!/PA3CEEhttp://twitter.com/AtleticoTeamExphttp://www.emelogger.com/uganda

6O, Somalia Darko, J28AA/E70A, will be QRV as 6O3A from Hargesia again, between May 25th and 31st. Activities will be on HF in SSB and RTTY, as well as on 50 MHz. QSL via E77E or K2PF. http://bhcc.ba/

6W, Senegal Vlad, RK4FF, will take part as 6V7S in the SOAB category of the CQ WW WPX CW Contest. QSL via Homecall.

6Y, Jamaica Sergey, UT5UDX, starting May 30th, will be active as 6Y/UT5UDX. For the CQWW WPX CW Contest, he will use the callsign 6Y3W. QSL via RA4LW.

A5, Bhutan Zorro, JH1AJT (A5A, A51A), Ted, JJ1LIB (A52F), Aki, JA4EKO (A52GO), Kazu, JH1OGX (A52KF) and Jon, KL2A (A52X), of the "Foundation for Global Children" DX group will be QRV as A5A between May 24th and June 6th. Planned activities are from 80 m - 6 m in SSB, CW, and RTTY with 3 stations in parallel. They're hoping to provide many DXers with this rare DXCC. QSL A5A via JH1AJT. http://bhutan2012.com/

D2, Angola Mike, UA1QV, is active on 20 m SSB as D3AA from near Lunda-Sul, and plans to activate all bands including 160 m eventually. There's currently no information about the intended duration of his activities. QSL via Homecall.

EI, Ireland The "South Eastern Amateur Radio Group" will be QRV during the "Geo Parks Communication Weekend" (26th/27th of May) from the "Tankardstown on the Copper Coast Geopark" using EI2GEO on the HF bands. QSL via EI7IS.

G, England Amateur radio stations from all over the world will exchange greetings with GB6GEO on the "Geo Parks Communication Weekend". The station is located at the "English Riviera Global Geopark" in Torquay and will be active on 3.680 MHz, 7.080 MHz, 14.180 MHz, 21.180 MHz, and 28.180 MHz. QSL via bureau oder direct to G3VOF.

HB0, Liechtenstein Johannes, DF5AU, will be active between May 21st and 27th from near Triesenberg at 1250 m ASL as HB0/DF5AU. He will be active on the HF bands in CW and SSB, with a focus on the highbands, where he uses a 5-band Spiderbeam and a K3/Acom1000. QSL via Homecall, LoTW.

I, Italy Ivo, E73A/9A3A will take part in the CQWW WPX CW Contest as 4U1GSC from the "United Nations Global Service Center" in Brindisi, in the SOAB HP category. QSL via 9A2AA.

JT, Mongolia Mike, UA4NW, was heard as JT5NM on 20 m and 15 m in CW. There's currently no information about the intended duration of his activities. QSL via Homecall, direct only.

KH2, Guam David, N2NL, will activate the callsign NH2T from Guam (OC-026, USi GU003S, WFF KFF-110, WLOTA 0064) in the CQ WW WPX CW Contest in the SOABHP category. QSL via W2YC, direct only, LoTW.

KH8, American Samoa Yuri, N3QQ and Dick, N7RO are planning to be on the air from Pago Pago on Tutuila (OC-045, USi AS007S, WLOTA 4385) for a week in late May / early June. Activity will be limited to their free time, using the call sign KH8/KL7RRC on 10 - 40 m. During their stay they will explore the feasibility of an activation of Rose Atoll (OC-190, USi AS004S), which could take place in December / January. They're still looking for operators interested in taking part in the Rose Atoll DXpedition; please contact N3QQ. QSL via N7RO.

KP2, US Virgin Islands Phil, KT3Y, Fred, K9VV, and Tine, S50A, will take part in the CQWW WPX CW Contest as KP2M from the Radio Reef Contest Station on St. Croix (NA-106, USi VI002S, WLOTA 2477, St. Croix County), most likely in the Multi-Single category. QSL via LoTW. http://www.radioreef.com Yuriy, N2TTA, will take part in the same contest with the callsign KP2MM, two more dashes, as SOAB-LP. QSL via LoTW. http://www.n2tta.info

LX, Luxemburg A team will activate LX7I in the CQ WW WPX CW Contest in the M/S category. QSL via LX2A. http://www.lx2a.com/

P4, Aruba Andrew, AE6Y, will be P49Y in the CQWW WPX CW Contest, from Pos Chiquito on Aruba (SA-036, WLOTA 0033, WW Loc. FK52al). Operation will be in the SOAB HP category. QSL via AE6Y, LoTW.

PZ, Surinam Serge, RX3APM, will be PZ5P once again, between May 24th and 29th, including a participation in the CQWW WPX CW contest. QSL via UA4LU, LoTW.

SP, Poland The special station HF2012FLO will be on the air to celebrate the "Air Festival" in Ostrow until May 28th. QSL via SP3POW.

ST, Sudan Robert, S53R, will be QRV from Sudan as ST2AR in the CQWW WPX CW Contest. QSL via Homecall, LoTW.

SV9, Crete Alex, SQ9UM, is currently active as SV9/SQ9UM from Crete. His activity is focused on CW and RTTY. He'll take part in the CQWW WPX CW Contest in the SOABLP category and operate until May 28th. QSL via Homecall.

TA, Turkey Dmitry, R3GM, will be TC7C in the CQ WW WPX CW Contest, SOAB. QSL via RA1QQ.

V2, Antigua Darrell, AB2E, will sign V26E from Antigua (NA-100, WLOTA 1118, WW Loc. FK97bc) starting May 23rd. He plans to take part in the CQWW WPX CW Contest in the SOABLP category, where he placed 2nd world wide and #1 North America last year. Before and after the contest he will be looking for QSOs on the WARC and lowbands. For the first time, activities in RTTY are planned. He's QRV until May 30th. QSL via Homecall, direct only, LoTW.

V3, Belize Colin, KU5B, will be QRV as V31UB once again between May 23rd and 29th from Belize. Activities are planned on all bands from 160 to 6 m in CW, SSB and RTTY, including an all-band effort in the CQWW WPX CW Contest. QSL via Homecall, direct only, LoTW. http://ku5b.com/

V6, Micronesia Sho, JA7HMZ and Akio, JA7ZP will work as V63DX and V63ZP respectively from Pohnpei island (OC-010, WW Loc. QJ96) from May 25th to 29th. They will be QRV from 40 m to 6 m in all modes and take part in the CQWW WPX CW Contest as V6A. QSLs V63DX and V6A via JA7HMZ, V63ZP via JA7ZP, both direct only.

VK9L, Lord Howe Island Pat, VK2PN, and Miro, OK1NG, will, between May 23rd and 30th, activate Lord Howe Island (OC-004) as VK9PN. Chris, VK3FY will join the team for the CQWW WPX CW Contest. Chris is visiting the island for work reasons between May 27th and June 2nd, therefore he can only spend time on the air in the evenings. After the contest he plans to be active as VK9LHI on the HF bands in CW, SSB and a little RTTY. QSL via VK3HF. http://www.southpacificcontestclub.com/

VP5, Turks and Caicos JH1BXH and JA1EAX will continue their activity until May 24th with VP5/ prefixes, from 80 - 6 m in CW and SSB. QSLs via JH1BXH.

W, USA The "San Francisco Amateur Radio Club" (W6PW) will, in cooperation with the "California Historical Society" celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge from May 26th to 27th. The special callsign W6G will be activated in SSB and CW on 28375, 24975, 21275, 18125, 14275, 7175 and 3750 kHz. An award will be issued for 5-band-QSOs. QSL and award via KM6DA.

VU, India Until July 8th, Taj, VU2DJ, Sabu, VU2ELJ, Sree, VU2OB, Prabin, VU2POL, Peeter, VU2PJP, Murali, VU2FWW, Thomas, VU2VJT, Sunil, VU2ATB, Ashraf, VU3MTY, Mujeeb, VU3WII and Sanal, VU3SIO, will activate the special call sign 8T1M from 160 - 2 Meter in CW, SSB, PSK, RTTY, FM and D-STAR. QSL via VU2MLQ. http://www.malabarradiohams.org/

XE, Mexico XF3LH is the callsign of PT2OP, XF3PAS and XE3N. They are active until May 24th Cozumel island (NA-090) from 80 - 10 m. QSL via PT2OP.

YA, Afghanistan Eric, T6MO, will take part in the CQ WW WPX CW Contest in the SOAB-LP category. He's active on 40, 20, 15 and 10 m only with an OCF dipole at 12 m AGL and 100W. QSL via K9GY. (B)

YB, Indonesia YB0AKM, YB0ECT, YB0JS, YB0KVN, YB0AZ, YC0KVM, YC0TSU, YC0MXV, YC1LLY, YC0VKI, YB1CCF, YD1JZ, YB1KAR, YC1KAF and YD1GCL, will use the call YE0X for the CQ WW WPX CW Contest in the M/2 category. QSL via YB0ZZ.

Announced: A DXpedition to Heard Island was announced for early 2014. Stay tuned: http://www.heardisland.org/ http://www.cordell.org/

Intruder watch
 by Ulrich Bihlmayer, DJ9KR of the DARC intruder watch.

Chinese OTHR (over the horizon radaes) and Codar Sea radars are ubiquitously found on the 40m band in great quantities, disturbing radio amateurs mostly in IARU Region 3 and on the US West coast. At times, as much as half of the spectrum of the 40m band is covered by interference of radars and thus unusable for radio amateurs in those regions. In Germany those interferers are mostly not audible. A Codar (sea radar), most likely located in Indonesia, was observed over the last weeks between 14070 and 14125 kHz, audible in Germany after 15 UTC. It has been reported to the German BNetzA and the Swiss BAKOM. The bands between 17 m and 10 m are often suffering from strong interference from OTHRs from Turkey and the Royal Air Force from Cyprus. 15 m in particular is covered by strong radar interference for hours every day, sometimes both OTHRs are active at the same time. The intruder watch received 104 reports for unknown radars on 15 m, 61 on 10 m. Due to improved sporadic E conditions on 10 m, the number of reported intruders increased significantly. Intruders which may have been active for years already now became audible on a regular basis: Taxis from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Tajikistan and Usbekistan on FM in Russian language, and radio pirates from many different countries can be observed in AM, FM and SSB. An Intruder Watch meeting takes place on June 23rd at 10am on this year's Ham Radio in Friedrichshafen (meeting room "Schweiz"). Guest speaker Peter Jost, HB9CET of the Swiss intruder watch will talk about "Digital Intruders on our bands - from freeware to high-tech".
Satellite reports wanted
Radio amateurs are asked to listen to the telemetry transmissions in Morse code and AX.25 of the Japanese research satellite HORYU-2 (JG6YBW) on 437.375 MHz. All reports are appreciated. Software and details: http://kitsat.ele.kyutech.ac.jp/index_e_new.html
Hall of Fame
This year, George Badger, W6TC, Bill Brown, WB8ELK, Robert Brown, NM7M (sk), Evelyn Gauzens, W4WYR, Richard Garriott, W5WKQ, William W. Hansen (no call, sk), Richard Kirby, ex-W0LCT/HB9BOA (sk), Fred Maya, W5YI (sk), Steve Mendelsohn, W2ML, Larry Mulvehill, WB2ZPI, Rowley Shears, G8KW (sk), Mike Staal, K6MYC, Frederick Terman, ex-6FT, W6AE, W6XH, (sk), Patrick Tice, WA0TDA, Louis Varney, G5RV (sk), and William A. Wilson, K6ARO (sk), were introduced into the CQ Hall of Fame. The new members of the CQ Contest Hall of Fame are Jim Reisert, AD1C and Lothar Wilke, DL3TD (sk), the CQ DX Hall of Fame now includes Don Chesser, W4KVX (sk), Glenn Johnson, W0GJ, and Carl Smith, N4AA.
Queen's Diamond Jubilee Special Prefixes List
Alan, 5B4AHJ compiled a comprehensive list of stations with 2Q, GQ and MQ prefixes operating outside of England. http://www.clublog.org/docs/dashboard.action
OPs wanted
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Derek, G3KHZ, and Hans, SM6CVX, are planning their 7th DX-Pedition to P29. They are looking for operators who are interested in joining them for three weeks in October. If you are interested, please get in touch with G3KHZ.


The former ARRL Vice director of the Atlantic Division, James M. Mozley, W2BCH, passed away on May 13th, aged 89. Our condolences to his family and friends. We don't want to be sad that we lost him; we want to be thankful that we had him as a friend. We will always remember him.

Upcoming Contests ....

26.5. Rheinland-Pfalz-Aktivitaetsabend
26./27.5. CQ WW WPX Contest
26./27.5. Bayerischer Bergtag

Krasimir, LZ1GL, informs about the LZ Open and the LZ Open SES (Simulated Emergency Situation) contests: http://www.lzopen.com http://www.lzopen.com/lzopenfield20/index.htm

IOTA ....

Island activities:

AF-004; EA8; Canary Islands: EE8X is the callsign of Luis/EA8AY in the CQWW WPX CW (SOAB). His QTH is Santa Cruz, Teneriffa (DIE S-012, WLOTA 1276, EAA TF). QSL direct via W2GR. More information: http://www.ea8ay.com/ef8x/

EU-001; SV5; Dodecanese: From May 23 to 28, Jeff/N6GQ is QRV from Rhode (GIOTA DKS-006, MIA MGD-028, WLOTA 0045) as SV5/N6GQ. He'll take part in the CQWW WPX CW as SOAB-QRP. QSL only direct via N6GQ.

EU-001; SV5; Dodecanese: From Kos island (GIOTA DKS-043, MIA MGD-016, WLOTA 1730; LOC KM36OV), Bob/OK2BOB, Vilda/OK2BC and Jindra/OK1AMM will sign SV5/homecall between May 22nd and June 1st. They are QRV from on all bands including 6 m mostly in CW with a little SSB. QSL via Homecall (d/B)

EU-013; GJ/MJ; Jersey: CQWW WPX CW will also see Kazu/JK3GAD active as MJ0CFW. He's QRV from the S/W coast of the island (WLOTA 0818, WW Loc. IN89ve) in der SOAB-LP category. QSL via LoTW or direct via M0CFW.

EU-023; 9H; Malta group: Zoli/HA5PP will be QRV in the CQWW WPX CW from Qawra (MIA MM-001, WLOTA 1113, LOC JM75fw) as 9H3PP either on 10 m or on 15 m in the SOSB category. After the contest he's planning activities on 6 m and 12 m. QSL via HA5PP (d/B)

EU-049; SV; North Aegean Islands &

EU-052; SV; Ipeiros / Dytiki Elass Region group: After the CQWW WPX CW, Jeff/N6GQ will visit some islands of EU-049 and EU-052, between May 28th and June 17th. In "holiday style", he will be on the air as SV8/N6GQ on the HF bands. QSL only direct via N6GQ.

EU-084; SM5/SM0; Uppsala / Stockholm County group: The first activation of Rindo island will take place on May 26th by 8S0DAY. They will be on the air from a former military fortress which was built between 1853 and 1863. QSL via SM0MPV (d/B). More at: http://www.sk0mt.net

EU-095; F; Provence-Cote D'Azur (Bouches-du-Rhone) Region group: Members of the Castres DX Gang will be QRV as TM5FI from Ratonneau island (DIFM ME003, MIA MF-024) from May 23rd till 30th. QSL via F5XX (d/B)

EU-125; OZ; Jylland West group: The team of OZ1RDP will visit the scout camp in Kongsmark/Roemoe (DIA NS-001; OZFF-004) from May 25th through 29th. They will work on 80 - 20 m in SSB, possibly some 160 m. QSL via DL9BCP (d/B)

EU-145; CT; Algarve Province group: CT1EPV, CT1GFK, CT1GPQ, CT1IUA and CT3FN take part in the CQWW WPX CW as CS2W from Culatra (WLOTA 0144). QSL via HB9CRV, LoTW.

EU-174; SV; Makedonia / Thraki Region group: Samothraki island (GIOTA NAS-032, MIA MG-100, WLOTA 4166) will be activated by Boyko/LZ1QN, using his contest call SW8A, in the CQWW WPX CW. QSL via LZ1QN (d/B)

EU-174; SV; Makedonia / Thraki Region group: From May 24th to June 3rd, Laci/HA0HW is QRV from Thassos island (GIOTA NAS-037, MIA MG-124, WLOTA LH-4186, LOC KN20hs) as SV8/HA0HW. His favorite mode is CW, but he'll also work some QSOs in SSB, RTTY and PSK31. With a FT840/IC-706, a 300W PA and GPs / Dipoles he'll be QRV on 40/30/20/17/6m. In the CQWW WPX CW he will sign as J48HW in the SOABHP category. QSL via HA0HW (d/B)

NA-018; OX; Greenland: Henning/OZ1BII will activate XP2I in the CQWW WPX CW at the QTH of Jesper/OX3KQ in Kangerlussuag/Groenland (WFF OZFF-006, WLOTA 0072, LOC GP47pa), using low power on all bands. QSL via OZ1BII (d/B) http://www.oz1bii.dk/qsl-info.htm

NA-090; XE3; Quintana Roo State Centre group: From May 22nd to 24th, PT2OP, XF3PAS and XE3N will activate the Cozumel island group (Island of Swallows; WLOTA 1905) as XF3LH. QSL via PT2OP (d/B)

US-Island - FL479S: On May 26th/27th the Jupiter Tequesta Repeater Group plans to be active from Peanut island (FL479S) as W4JUP. Primary frequencies: Phone (+/-) 3.830, 7.180, 14.240, 18.130, 21.280, 28.400. PSK31 - 3.582.70, 7.037.70, 10.142.70, 14.072.70, 18.102.70, 21.072.70, 28.122.70. QSL via W4JUP (d/B)

Lighthouse activities ....

6Y3W LH 0214 26.05. - 27.05.
KP2M LH 2477 26.05. - 27.05.
KP2MM LH 2477 26.05. - 27.05.
KP2/K9VV LH 2477 23.05. - 29.05.
KP2/KT3Y LH 2477 23.05. - 29.05.
KP2/S50A LH 2477 23.05. - 29.05.
NH2T LH 0064 26.05. - 27.05.
P40H LH 0033 26.05. - 27.05.
P49Y LH 0033 26.05. - 27.05.
V26E LH 1118 23.05. - 30.05.
YE0X LH 1660 26.05. - 27.05.

WFF activities ....

YOFF: Members of the "Radioclub QSO Banat" (YO2KQT) will, from May 25th to 27th (during the 3rd Hercules Marathon) activate YP0WFF from Domogled-Valea Cerne (YOFF-008). QSL only direct via YO2KQT. http://www.alternativetm.ro/en/herculesmaraton

Calendar ....

from to DX DX-MB
unknown 3B8MM 1777 until 15 June 4JS0NG.. 1772/1777 26./27. May 4L0A 1781* 26./27. May 4U1GSC 1781* 17. - 30. May 4X/PA7DA.. 1780 01Januar-30June 5P12EU 1760 frm 21. March 5T0JL 1772 25. May - 3. June 5X1EME 1781* until 8. June 5X5RO 1778/1780 until 2014 5Z4EE 1742/1753/1772 2012 6D0LM 1774 25. - 31. May 6O3A 1781* 16. - 28. May 6V7S 1780/1781* unknown 6V7SIX 1770 until 30. May 6Y3W.. 1781* 20. - 26. May 7U50ND 1780 until 31. October 8J0WAZA 1780 until 31. May 8J1ITU 1780 until 31. December 8J1MST 1779 until 30. September 8J2NDP.. 1751 until 15. July 8J3XVI 1779 until 31. December 8J6O 1773 until 30. September 8J7EQ 1773 until 31. December 8N1TDU 1780 until 3. June 8N8OKH 1780 until 2012 9J2RI 1739/1742 until 28. July 8N1TW 1773 26.05. 8S0DAY 1781* until 8. July 8T1M 1781* 26.-27.05. 9H3PP 1781* unknown 9H3XX 1777 until October 2014 9V1RM 1751 until September 2013 A52SV 1752 24. May - 6. June A5A.. 1781 until 31. May AU50GOA 1780 until 31. December CN2YZ 1771 26./27. May CS2W 1781* April - June CY0/VE1AWW 1774 until 8. July 2012 D2QV 1750 until May 2013? D2SG 1748/1780 unknown D3AA 1781* 2012? DL0SLITISA 1764 until 13. Januar 2013 DL125HHZ 1778 20.-25.05. DL2RU/p 1780 01Januar-31December DL1630Y 1760 20.-25.05. DL1AXX/p 1780 until 31. December DL250COA 1779 01Januar-31December DM100MGY 1763 01Januar-31December DM50KSJ 1763 until 31. December DM800ANH 1767 until Februar 2013 DP0GVN 1756 until Januar 2013 DQ0STRATEX 1770 until 31. December DQ125HSB 1763 unknown E40VB 1780 until 31. December E720RS 1770 26.-27.05. EE8X 1781* 26./27. May EI2GEO 1781* 1Januar-31December EI80IRTS 1763 until 31. May EM100RU 1780 1. May - 30. June EM350S 1777 until 26. August EM80L.. 1778 unknown EV1150P 1779 12.-25.05. F/DJ2VO 1779 12.-25.05. F/DL1COP 1779 12.-25.05. F/DL1KD 1779 12.-25.05. F/DL3KBQ 1779 12.-25.05. F/DL3KMS 1779 until 1. March 2013 FH8NX 1747 until July 2012 FR8NE 1710 jetzt FW/F1GHY 1771 until June G4BJC.. 1779 jaehrlich May + July GB1AVR 1779 until 31. December GB50WVR 1767 until 30. May GB60VUL 1779 26./27. May GB6GEO 1781* 2012 GB80PW 1762 21.-27.05. GM0ANA 1780 21.05.-07.06 GM3VLB/p 1780 5. May - 10. June GQ3aaa.. 1778 5. May - 10. June GQ4BJC/A.. 1779 until 31. December HA50ZH 1780 21. - 27. May HB0/DF5AU 1781* 7. May - 9. June HB100FLP 1778/1779 until 28. May HF2012FLO 1781* unknown HH2/9A7GAE 1776 until September 2013 HI3/KL7JR 1745 Resident HS0ZKG 1778 until end 2012 ID9DXC.. 1755 01Januar-31December II6LN 1763 until 2011/2012? J28JV 1680 until July 2012 J28RO 1683 until July 2013 J28UC 1734 26.-27.05. J48HW 1781* unknown JT5NM 1781* unknown E40VB 1780 19. May - 27. July G4WAB.. 1780 29March -March2013 JX9JKA 1769/1773 unknown JY9ET 1779 until 2013 KG4AJ 1756 until June 2013 KH2/N2NL 1680 until May 2012 KH4/W5FJG 1728 end May/Anfang KH8/KL7RRC 1781* 26./27. May KP2M 1781* 26./27. May KP2MM 1781* 15.-23.05. LA/DL5DSM 1779 15.-23.05. LA/DL9UBF 1779 22. - 31. May LG5LG.. 1780 26./27. May LX7I 1781* until 22. July LZ12FDAY 1770 until 31. December LZ1818MOG.. 1770 26.-27.05. MJ0CFW 1781* until 10. June MQ0SMJ 1779 26./27. May NH2T 1781* until 15. August NR4CB 1780 May - October OD5/IV3XNF 1777 until 31. December OH150VR 1772 01Januar-31December ON65BR 1763 4April-31December ON100TT 1775 25.-29.05. OZ1RDP 1781* 7. - 31. May P40H.. 1780 26./27. May P49Y 1781* 6. - 28. May PC25HR 1779 19.05.-02.06. PD5MVH/p 1780 24. - 29. May PZ5P 1781* May R1945HS 1778 until Anfang 2013 RI1ANF 1765 until September 2012 RI1FJA 1741 until September 2012 RI1FJM 1741 until 31. December S555E.. 1772 15. - 23. May S79RR 1779 18. May - 02. July SN750K 1780 26./27. May ST2AR 1781* 23.-28.05. SV5/N6GQ 1781* until 1. June SV5/OK2BOB.. 1781* 24.05.-03.06. SV8/HA0HW 1781* 28.05.-17.06. SV8/N6GQ 1781* until 28. May SV9/SQ9UM 1781* 26.-27.05. SW8A 1781* until 13. June T6JM 1764 until end July T6JP 1768/1770 until June 2012 T6MO 1733/1767/1781* until 31. December TC50TRAC.. 1770 26./27. May TC7C 1781* 19.-25.05. TM0CI 1780 until 31. December TM210VH 1770 until 22. July TM3FFI 1779 23.-30.05. TM5FI 1781* until 31. December TM70TRS 1763 until July 2012 TN9SN 1755 until 29. May TX5CW 1780 23. - 30 May V26E 1781* 23. - 29. May V31UB 1781* 11. - 31. May V31XB 1779 25. - 29. May V6A.. 1781* until November 2014 V73NS 604/1668/1752 1. - 30. May VC2CBS30 1777 23. - 30. May VK9PN.. 1781* until 24. May VP5/JH1BXH.. 1781* until July 2012 VQ9JC 1755 26.-27.05. W4JUP 1781* 26. - 27. May W6G 1781* until May 2014 XE1/DM3DL 1730 until 24. May XF3LH 1781* 26.-27.05. XP2I 1781* unknown XW3DT 1766/1771 17. - 23. May XX9E 1780 26./27. May YE0X 1781* 25. - 27. May YP0WFF 1781* 5. May - 10. June ZQ3M.. 1778 until 2014 ZY2014WC 1774 * = new or updated .. = and other calls

QSL information ....
3A/F4BKV       via F4BKV          (B), (L)
4U1GSC         via 9A2AA          (B)
4X/PA7DA       via PA7DA          (B)
5B/RN3QO       via RN3QO          (B)
5B4PRC/p       via 5B4AHO         (B)
5R8UI          via IZ8CCW         (d)
6V7S           via RK4FF
9A/E77AW/p     via E77E           (B)
5X1EME         via PA3CEE
6O3A           via E77E           (B), K2PF (d)
6V7S           via RK4FF
6Y/UT5UDX      via RA4LW          (d)
6Y3W           via RA4LW          (d)
8T1M           via VU2MLQ
9H3PP          via HA5PP          (B)
9M8DX/2        via SP5UAF         (B)
A52SV          via JA2PSV         (L)
A5A            via JH1AJT         (B)
A62A           via IZ8CLM         (B)
A60ITU         via NI5DX          (L), eQSL
AM7ITU         via EA7NL
AX5PAS         via VK5PAS         (B), (L), eQSL
CN8QN          via EA7FTR
CO6HLP         via EA7FTR
CS2W           via HB9CRV         (B), (L)
CT9/DG0JT      via DG0JT          (B)
CX5TR          via EA5KB          (B)
D3AA           via UA1QV          (B)
E40VB          via UA4WHX         (B), (L)
ED7YAD         via EA7URM         (B)
EE8X           via W2GR           (d)
EG5TSL         via EA5HRE         EURAO-Bureau, eQSL
EG8LZT         via EA8TH          (B)
EH5ITU         via EA5FL          (B)
EH8ITU         via EA8ADL         (B), eQSL
EM100MXA       via UT3MC
EM44U          via UT7UT          (B)
EX8VM          via RW6HS          (d)
EI2GEO         via EI7IS          (B)
F/DJ2VO        via DJ2VO          (B)
F/DL3KBQ       via DL3KBQ         (B)
GB5LCT         via M0XIG          (B), (L)
GQ7AXB         via GI7AXB         (L), eQSL
GQ7VJR         via M0OXO          (B, & OQRS), (L)
HF20PSP        via SP7PKI
HV50VR         via I0JBL          (d)
ID9Z           via IT9TFX         (B)
IR0LG          via IZ0NNI         (B)
IS0/DK7ZB      via DK7ZB          (B)
IS0/G3RTE      via G3RTE          (d)
J79KT          via JN1NDY         (B)
J79YL          via JN1NDY         (B)
JT7WFF         via RZ0SB
GB5LCT         via M0XIG
GB6GEO         via (B)            , G3VOF (d)
HB0/DF5AU      via DF5AU,         (L)
HF2012FLO      via SP3POW
HF20PSP        via SP7PKI         (B), (L)
J48HW          via HA0HW          (B)
JT5NM          via UA4NW          (d)
JT7WFF         via RZ0SB          (B)
K7M            via AI4U           (B)
KH8/KL7RRC     via N7RO           (B)
LX7I           via LX2A           (B)
KH0/RA9FEX     via RA9FEX
LA/DL2RNS      via DL2RNS         (B)
LA/DL2VFR      via DL2VFR         (B)
LA/DL5DSM      via DL5DSM         (B)
LA/DL9UBF      via DL9UBF         (B), (L), eQSL
M/YO9AYN       via YO9AYN
MJ0CFW         via M0CFW          (d), (L)
MQ0EPC         via MM0DFV         (B)
MU/PA0VHA      via PA0VHA         (B)
MU/PA2A        via PA2A
NH2T           via W2YC           (d), (L)
OM100IG        via OM3BY          (B)
OY6FRA         via OY1JD          (L), (d), eQSL
OZ1RDP         via DL9BCP         (B)
P29ZL          via W1YRC
P40X           via JA3AVO         (B), (L)
P49Y           via AE6Y           (B), (L)
PH9HB/AM       via PH9HB          (d)
PJ5/G4MFW      via ZS1FJ          (B)
PZ5P           via UA4LU          ( B), (L)
SD7V/6         via DL2VFR         (B)
SM6/DM5LS      via DM5LS          (B)
SN10PK         via SP9KAJ         (B)
SN2012UEFA     via SP4ICP         (B)
SO7B           via SQ7PGO         (B), (L), eQSL
ST2AR          via S53R           (d), (L)
SV5/OK1AMM     via OK1AMM         (B)
SV5/OK2BC      via OK2BC          (B)
SV5/OK2BOB     via OK2BOB         (B)
SV8/HA0HW      via HA0HW          (B)
SV8/N6GQ       via N6GQ           (d), (L)
SV9/SQ9UM      via SQ9UM          (B)
SW8A           via LZ1QN          (B)
ST2NH          via EA7FTR
SX1912K        via SZ2RCP         (B)
T6MO           via K9GY           (B), (L)
T88TF          via JA1VND
TC1ILH         via TA1HZ          (B)
TC6KLH         via TA1HZ          (B)
TC7C           via RA1QQ          (B)
TK/IZ4BBF      via IZ4BBF         (B), (L), eQSL
TK/PA3ALK      via PA3ALK
TM12O          via EA2TT          (B)
TM2PY          via F5MDF          (B)
TM5FI          via F5XX           (B)
TM80SM         via F5INJ          (B), (L)
TO6T           via F6HMQ          (B)
UA9FAR         via EA7FTR
UP0L           via DL8KAC         (d)
V26E           via AB2E           (d), (L)
V31UB          via KU5B           (d), (L)
V63DX          via JA7HMZ         (d)
V63ZP          via JA7ZP          (d)
V6A            via JA7HMZ         (d)
VK9LHI         via VK3HF
VK9PN          via VK2PN
VP5/JA1EAX     via JH1BXH
VP5/JH1BXH     via JH1BXH
W6G            via KM6DA
XF3LH          via PT2OP          (B)
XP2I           via OZ1BII         (B)
XX9E           via EB7DX          (d)
YV7BMZ         via EA7FTR
YE0X           via YB0ZZ          (B)
YP0WFF         via YO2KQT         (d)
(d) = only direct
(B) = bureau ok
(*) = new QSL manager
(L) = LoTW
QSLs arrived direct: 5C2SG, IB0/IZ7ATN/p (IZ7ATN), 9A/IZ7ATN/p


QSLs arrived via buro: 4Z4ML, 9G5SG (JA7SGV), 9Q50ON, CT8/DK6EA/LH (EU-175), CU3AC, EA6/M0DLL (EU-004), HB0/DL2JRM, IS0/DL8JJ/m, MJ/PB0P/p (EU-013), MM1REK/p (EU-010), OH0/PB5A (EU-002), OH00/SP7VC (EU-002), OH9AA/p (EU-126, DL5ME), OZ0OV (EU-088, DL8AAV), P29VEK (OC-008, JA8VE), PS7LN, PY2BI, PY2FN, SV8/SV2KGA (EU-067), TA4/DG1RYC, TC7ZLH, TG/DL5RMH, TJ3MC/p (AF-095), TK/OE2WNL (EU-014), TM0Z (EU-105, F5EOT), TT8FT (via F4EGS), V55SRT (IZ8EDJ), ZS6AKU

Many thanks for contributing to this issue of the DXNL are going to: Carl Smith (QRZ DX), 425DXNews, OPDX-Bulletin, DF2RG, DF5AU, DF6EX (fuer WIN-QSL), DJ5AV, DJ9ZB, DL1SBF, DL7MAE, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, NG3K, OE2IKN, VA3RJ, u.a.

Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB

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