DXNL nº 1779 10/05/2012 (atualizado toda quarta-feira)

20:25 Fernando Luiz de Souza 0 Comments

    7O6T is on AF-028 and not on AS-028.
    HB100FLP is in HB9 and not in HB0.

    After donation of ambulances to the "Galkayo Medical Center" and
    following 6 years of absence several members of the "Italian DXpedition
    Team" (Silvano,I2YSB, Vinicio,IK2CIO, Angelo,IK2CKR, Marcello,IK2DIA,
    Stefano,IK2HKT and Gino,IK2RZP) return to Somalia to support the Somali
    Red Cross. They want to work with four stations signing 6O0CW in CW,
    SSB and RTTY on 160m-6m from May 7-18. If you already had a QSO with
    6O0CW or 6O0N back in 2005 or 2006 you should not make dupe QSOs on the
    same band/mode to give other HAMs a chance as well.
    QSL via I2YSB (direct) or IK2CIO (bureau), LoTW within six months.
    OQRS and other information can be found at: http://www.i2ysb.com

    Iwao,JA2LSS (8Q7CJ), Yoshi,JA2AIC (8Q7IC), Nob,JA2AAU (8Q7NK),
    Iku,JA2ATE (8Q7TE), and Mori,JA2ZS (8Q7ZS), announced to be active
    from the North Male Atoll (AS-013, WLOTA 3911) in CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK
    on 160m-6m from May 11-16. QSLs via homecalls.

    On the occasion of the completion of coal mining in Saarland a special
    event station signs DL250COAL (special DOK: 250Kohle) in all modes on
    all bands until Dec 31. QSL via bureau to DK8VR.

    The specialevent station EV1150P celebrates the 1150th anniversary of
    the city of Polotsk. QSL via EW6DX.

    The special event station TM3FFI commemorates the agents with their
    secret transmitters in the Resistance of the Second World War from
    May 11-13, May 26, July 8-13 and from Jul 19-22. QSL via F8JZR.
    See also: http://www.memorialjeanmoulin.fr/articles.php?lng=fr&pg=229

    The "Pontefract & District Amateur Radio Society" introduce our hobby
    to the public with the clubstation GB1AVR at two events, a Scammell
    Gathering in May and a Steam Rally in July. QSL via G0BPK.
    See also: http://www.pdars.com
    "Botley Flour Mills" near Southampton is one of the most famous old
    mills in the United Kingdom and is listed in the "Domesday Book".
    It will be activated at the "Mills on the Air" weekend (May 12/13) by
    M0IED, his father G6FRT and other members of the "Itchen Valley Radio
    Club". With the support of the Southampton University Wireless Society
    they will use the special call GB0BFM on 80/40/2m/70cm. QSL via M0IED.
    See also: http://www.mills-on-the-air.net/?PAGE=current
    Several members of the ISWL are celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
    by using G4BJC and M1SWL on the air from May-June.
    GQ4BJC/A and MQ1SWL/A will be activated also from different WABs and
    WLOTAs. QSLs via G6XOU. See: http://www.iswl.org.uk
    Mike,M0SMJ (ISWL G11331, FISTS 8398), celebrates the Diamond Jubilee of
    Queen Elizabeth 2 as MQ0SMJ from Cornwall (EU-005/WLOTA 1841/WAB SS20)
    until Jun 10. QSL via RSGB bureau.
    The special event station GB60VUL will be QRV from different QTHs until
    May 30. QSL via bureau or direct to M0JEC.

    The special event station HS85RI is active until May 9 from the "Rotary
    International. QSL via E21EIC.

    Ihre fuehrt
    Toshi,JA8RUZ (J79RZ), Yoshikatsu,JK1KHT (J79YK), Ken,JN1THL (J79KT),
    Yoshiko,JQ1LCW (J79YL), and Misae,JF1UOX (J79JF), are planning a
    DXpedition to Dominica (NA-101) from May 10-17. They will be QRV with
    TS-590/IC-706MKII plus amps in CW/SSB/RTTY on 40m-10m (maybe also 6m).
    QSL for J79RZ via JA8RUZ, all other QSLs only direct via JN1NDY.

    The special event call 8J3XVI is active from the "Kansai Ham Festival"
    until Jul 15. QSL via bureau or JA3UJR.
    The special event station 8J1MST celebrates the 40th anniversary of the
    city of Misato until Dec 31.

    JY9ET is the new callsign of Paolo,IK0BOU, in Amman. He is looking for
    QSOs in CW and SSB on 80m-10m during weekdays from 1400 UTC-2100 UTC
    and also the whole weekends. QSL via M0OXO.
    UA4WHX is running pile-ups on HF as JY8VB. He has been spotted in SSB
    and RTTY on 40/20/17/15/12/10m. QSL via homecall.

P4, ARUBA, SA-036
    Masumi,JA3AVO (P40X), XYL Hiroko,JH3PBL (P40U), and Yoshinori,JA3DFM
    (P4/JA3DFM), with XYL Hideko,JA3OPB (P4/JA3OPB), announced to show up
    from "Cook's Radio Retreat" on Aruba (SA-036/WLOTA 0033) from May 9-14.
    QSLs via homecalls. See also: http://www.p49v.com

    The VERON Section 54 (Etten-Leur) will be active as PI4ETL/p during
    the National Windmill Weekend 2012 working on HF+2m from the windmill
    "De Oude Molen" near Fijnaart (Loc JO21FP) on May 12/13.
    Every QSO will be confirmed with a special QSL via buro automatically.
    See also: http://a54.veron.nl
    PG6MILL is another special event station during the National Windmill
    Weekend working on 80m-70cm from the windmill "de Windhond". They are
    also celebrating the 25th jubilee of the PI4WNO clubstation.
    QSL via PA4J. See also: http://www.pd6mill.com
    Frans,PC2F, activates the special callsign PC25HR from the pump station
    Hertog Reijnout from May 6-28. QSL via homecall.

    Heye,DJ9RR, will be QRV as S79RR in holiday style from Mahe (AS-013).
    Listen for him in CW and RTTY on 40m-10m from May 15-23.
    QSL via homecall, LoTW.

V3, BELIZE, NA-073
    Mike,VE2XB, will show up as V31XB from Caye Caulker (NA-073) running
    a K3 with Hexbeam on all bands from May 11-31. QSL via homecall.

UA, Russia
    Following "Victory 67" stations are active right now:
      RP67A    Archangelsk
      RP67AH   Adygea Republic
      RP67AK   Penza
      RP67AU   Archangelsk
      RP67B    Belgorod
      RP67BA   Moscow area
      RP67BG   Tatarstan Republic
      RP67BM   Samara
      RP67BR   Brjansk
      RP67BS   Samara
      RP67DT   Tatarstan Republic
      RP67FA   Moscow area
      RP67GA   Brjansk
      RP67GE   Lipezk
      RP67GF   Nizhni Nowgorod
      RP67GI   Bashkortostan Republic
      RP67GK   Moscow area
      RP67GL   Lipezk
      RP67GM   Stawropol
      RP67GS   Khanty-Mansiysk
      RP67H    Brjansk
      RP67I    Udmurt Republic
      RP676IB  Moscow area
      RP67IF   Lipezk
      RP67IL   Samara
      RP67IT   St. Petersburg
      RP67JH   Tjumen
      RP67K    Karelia Republic
      RP67KA   Tatarstan Republic
      RP67KB   Kursk
      RP67KD   Wolgograd
      RP67KE   Kurgan
      RP67KF   Kirov
      RP67KK   St. Petersburg
      RP67KL   Wolgograd
      RP67KM   Novokuznetsk
      RP67KN   Kostroma
      RP67KO   Vladimir
      RP67KR   Komi Republic
      RP67KT   St. Petersburg
      RP67KU   Tatarstan Republic
      RP67L    St. Petersburg
      RP67LA   Moscow area
      RP67LK   Tjumen
      RP67LL   Tjumen
      RP67M    Uljanowsk
      RP67MB   Mari El Republic
      RP67MC   Omsk
      RP67MD   Omsk
      RP67MG   Bashkortostan Republic
      RP67MK   Wolgograd
      RP67MP   Novosibirsk
      RP67MR   Saratow
      RP67MU   Murmansk
      RP67MW   Ivanovo
      RP67N    Kabardino-Balkaria Republic
      RP67NF   Moscow area
      RP67NG   Bashkortostan Republic
      RP67NK   Archangelsk
      RP67NV   Weliki Nowgorod
      RP67O    Orel
      RP67OK   Stawropol
      RP67ON   Smolensk
      RP67OP   St. Petersburg
      RP67OS   Wologda
      RP67P    Tula
      RP67PD   Pskow
      RP67PM   Moscow
      RP67PP   Belgorod
      RP67PR   Brjansk
      RP67R    Kurgan
      RP67RK   Bashkortostan Republic
      RP67RT   Tatarstan Republic
      RP67RW   Belgorod
      RP67RZ   Tver
      RP67S    Smolensk
      RP67SB   Wolgograd
      RP67SD   Wladiwostok
      RP67SF   Murmansk
      RP67SO   Belgorod
      RP67SP   Smolensk
      RP67SR   Rjasan
      RP67ST   Irkutsk
      RP67SW   Bashkortostan Republic
      RP67T    Tula
      RP67TA   Saratow
      RP67TF   Chuvashia Republic
      RP67TG   Chelyabinsk
      RP67TK   Tambow
      RP67TO   St. Petersburg
      RP67TT   Tjumen
      RP67TV   Tver
      RP67TW   Kursk
      RP67UF   Bashkortostan Republic
      RP67V    Wladiwostok
      RP67VA   Smolensk
      RP67VF   Vladimir
      RP67W    Voronezh
      RP67WA   Kursk
      RP67WK   Voronezh
      RP67WL   Kursk
      RP67WN   Moscow area
      RP67WR   Wolgograd
      RP67WS   Kursk
      RP67WT   Kursk
      RP67YM   Brjansk
      RP67Z    Murmansk
      RP67ZK   Tambow
      RP67ZZ   Murmansk

    From May 10-12 the special event station W7G remembers the completion
    of the first transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869.
    QSL via W7SU, unfortunately only direct.
    See also: http://www.ogdenarc.org/w7g.html

    Barry,ZS1FJ/9V1FJ/G4MFW, and Deon,ZS1ZL, are travelling through the
    Caribbean from May 9-20. All QSLs via 9V1FJ. This is their schedule:
    May 9-12   PJ7/G4MFW (St. Maarten, NA-105, WLOTA 0711) and
               FS/G4MFW  (St. Martin, NA-105, DIFO FS-001, WLOTA 0383)
    May 12-14  PJ5/G4MFW (Saba, NA-145, WFF PAFF-027, WLOTA 2043)
    May 15-16  FJ/G4MFW  (St. Barthelemy, NA-146, DIFO FJ-001, WLOTA 0377)
    May 17-20  PJ2/G4MFW (Curacao, SA-099, WLOTA 0942) and
               PJ4/G4MFW (Bonaire-SA-006, WFF PAFF-024, WLOTA 1279)

DX RUMOURS: Some sources say that a DXpedition is planned for next year
    with the intention to push Clipperton out of the 100 most wanted DXCCs.
    Stay tuned!

DXCC: Following DXpeditions are accepted for DXCC credit: 7O6T, 6O3A

LINKS: Current SOTA activities (mountain summits) are announced at:
    Detailed information about current VHF activities can be found on the
    VHF DX portal "Make More Miles on VHF" at: http://www.MMMonVHF.de

May 12     EUCW Fraternizing CW QSO Party
May 12     FISTS Sprint Contest
May 12/13  CQ-M International DX Contest
May 12/13  Alessandro Volta RTTY Contest
May 13     EUCW Fraternizing CW QSO Party

IOTA                compiled by Klaus, DL7UXG  (e-mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de)
Island activities:
AS-067, JA6, Uji and Kusagaki Islands: Tsuyoshi,JA6VDB, and Mitsuo,JF6TEU,
    plan to become active as JA6VDB from Uji Island from May 11-13. They
    hope that weather conditions will be good enough to land on the island.
    You can follow them on Twitter (ID: Tsuyoshi Omae, JA6VDB).
    Logs will be uploaded to LoTW after their return. QSL via JA6VDB.

EU-001, SV5, Dodecanese: John,SV5/N5ER, will be QRV in holiday style from
    Rhodos from May 15-20. He works only in CW mainly on the lowbands
    during his evening and morning. QSLs only direct or via LoTW to N5ER.

EU-008, GM/MM, Inner Hebrides: Once again the Wessex Contest Group will
    activate the Isle of Sky (IOSA NH07, SCOTIA CN14, WLOTA 1626, WAB NG47,
    Loc IO67uq) from May 12-19. Steve,G0FUW, Simon,M0TTE, Dan,M0TGN, and
    Dave,M0SFT, will be QRV as MS0WCB mainly in SSB on 80m, 40m, 20m, 17m
    and 15m with a few CW and digital QSOs as well. QSL route see QRZ.com.
    QSL via bureau or direct to M0WAY or via eQSL.
    See also: http://www.mx0wcb.com

EU-028, I*5, Toscana (Tuscany) Region group: Guenter,IA5/DL3NBI, is going to
    spend his holidays on Giglio Island (EU-028, IIA GR-002, MIA MI-036,
    WLOTA 0564) from May 15-23. QSL via homecall (bureau/direct).

EU-042, DL, Schleswig-Holstein State North West group: DF6BL/p (OP Harry)
    is working from Hallig Langeness (DID N-19, DLFF-013, Loc JO44HP) in CW
    and SSB until May 11. QSL via DF6BL. See also: http://www.df6bl.eu

EU-043, SM6, Goteborg och Bohus/Halland County group: Ric,DL2VFR, and
    Norbert,DL2RNS, are planning another trip through Sweden and Norway.
    Their first destination will be Orust Island from May 11-14 and they
    will be active in SSB/CW as SD7V/6 and SD7N/6.
    QSLs for SD7V via DL2VFR and for SD7N via DL2RNS.

EU-049, SV, North Aegean Islands: Vom 11. bis 15.May ist Fred,PA1FJ, von der
    Island Samos ((EU-049, GIOTA SAS-006, MIA MG-099, WLOTA 4163, Loc KM37)
    als SV8/PA1FJ/p QRV. Er arbeitet nur in SSB von 40m-10m. Bei Moeglich-
    keit wird auch versucht auf 6m aktiv zu werden. QSL via PA1FJ.

EU-070, F, Provence-Cote D'Azur (Var) Region group: Holger,DL1COP,
    Alex,DL1KD, Juergen,DJ2VO, Martin,DL3KMS, und Helmut,DL3KBQ, aktivieren
    die Island Porquerolles (DIFM ME010, WLOTA 1107). Als F/homecall sind
    sie vom 12.-25.May auf 80m-10m in allen Betriebsarten QRV.
    QSLs via homecalls (bureau/direct).

EU-049, SV, North Aegean Islands: Fred,SV8/PA1FJ/p, is going to hit the air-
    waves from Samos (EU-049, GIOTA SAS-006/MIA MG-099/WLOTA 4163/Loc KM37)
    from May 11-15. He works in SSB only on 40m-10m and if possible also
    on 6m. QSL via PA1FJ.

EU-070, F, Provence-Cote D'Azur (Var) Region group: Holger,F/DL1COP,
    Alex,F/DL1KD, Juergen,F/DJ2VO, Martin,F/DL3KMS, and Helmut,F/DL3KBQ,
    will be QRV from Porquerolles Island (DIFM ME010, WLOTA 1107) working
    in all modes on 80m-10m from May 12-25. QSLs via homecalls.

EU-114, GU/MU, Guernsey group: Hans,MU/PA0VHA, Steef,MU/PA2A, Wim,MU/PA2AM,
    and Jack,MU/PA3BAG, will show up from Guernsey (EU-017, IIA ME-001,
    MIA MI-053, WLOTA 1144) from May 12-19. Listen for them in CW, SSB,
    RTTY and PSK on 80m-6mm, with emphasis put on 30m/17m/12m.
    QSLs via homecalls (bureau/direct). See also: http://www.pi4cc.nl

EU-127, DL, Schleswig-Holstein State South West group: Michael,DL4ABO/p, is
    working from Neuwerk Island (GIA N-012, DLFF-005) and plans to activate
    the lighthouse (DLTD #38, ARLHS FED-165, TWLHD WLH DL-019, WLOTA 2311)
    with FT-857D and FD-4 on the HF bands on May 10/11. QSL via DL4ABO.

EU-141, LA¸ Finnmark County East: Helmut,LA/DL5DSM, and Bernhard,LA/DL9UBF,
    will be QRV from Vardo Island (WLOTA 0106) from May 15-23. They also
    plan a short trip to Hornoya Island (WLOTA 2751). QSLs via homecalls.

NA-240 (IOTA-NEW), KL7, Bethel County group: The Russian Robinson Club (RRC)
    members Yuri,N3QQ, and Tim,NL8F, will try again to activate the last
    new IOTA group in Alaska. They plan to become active as KL7RRC/p from
    May 11-14. See also: http://www.na-234.com
    QSLs for Europe/Russia via UA9OBA, all others via N7RO.

SA-080, PY6, Bahia State Centre group: Renner,PY7RP/6, will be QRV from
    Tinhare Island (DIB BA-05, WLOTA 1624) from May 10-13. He wants to hand
    out some IOTA points in CW and SSB working holiday style with 100 watts
    and wire antennas. QSL via homecall (bureau/direct).

Lighthouse activities
8Q7CJ        LH 3911   May 11-16
8Q7IC        LH 3911   May 11-16
8Q7NK        LH 3911   May 11-16
8Q7TE        LH 3911   May 11-16
8Q7ZS        LH 3911   May 11-16
FJ/G4MFW     LH 0377   May 15-16
FS/G4MFW     LH 0383   May 9-11
P4/JA3DFM    LH 0033   May 9-14
P4/JA3OPB    LH 0033   May 9-14
P40U         LH 0033   May 9-14
P40X         LH 0033   May 9-14
PJ5/G4MFW    LH 2043   May 12-14
PJ7/G4MFW    LH 0711   May 9-11
S79RR        LH 3286   May 15-23

WFF activities
After visiting Orust Island Ric,DL2VFR, and Norbert,DL2RNS, plan to activate
    some national parks for the first time from May 14-16:
       SMFF-024, Tiveden:     SD7V/4, SD7N/4
       SMFF-009, Gaprhyttan:  SD7V/4, SD7N/4
       SMFF-026, Tresticklan: SD7V/6, SD7N/6
    QSLs for SD7V via DL2VFR and for SD7N via DL2RNS.

JAFF: Terry,JA7IC/p, will be QRV from several JAFF references:
      May 8:  JAFF-065, Biwako QNP (JCC-2302, Loc PM85)
      May 9:  JAFF-063, Wakasawan QNP (JCG-29010 or JCG-29012, Loc PM75)
      May 10: JAFF-055, Echizen-Kagakaigan QNP (JCC-3006, Loc PM86)
      May 11: JAFF-054, Notohanto QNP (JCG-30007, Loc PM86)
    Operation is planned in CW mainly obn 12m/15m/17m/20m. He will use the
    frequencies 18094 kHz and 24904 kHz avoiding to disturb 7O6T.
    QSL via JA7IC (bureau/direct/LoTW).

SPFF: Some fans of WFF and SPFF plan to activate several Polish WFF areas on
    80m, 40m and 20m on May 12/13. QSL via bureau.
      SPFF-028, SP7PCZ/p, SQ5CSF/p, Bolimowski Landscape Park
      SPFF-507, SP5FHP/p, Nature Reserve Kopanicha
      SPFF-508, SP7KWW/p, Nature Reserve Polana Siwica
      SPFF-509, SQ5OCJ/p, Nature Reserve Rawka
      SPFF-510, SP5BHY/p, Nature Reserve Puszcza Marianska
      SPFF-511, SP7BCA/p, SP7MJX/p, Nature Reserve Ruda Chlebacz

UFFF: Igor,UF6V/UA5D, and Pavel,UF6V/R2AD, will show up from the nature park
    Pitcundo-Mussersky (UFFF-001) mainly on 14.044 and 21.244 MHz from
    May 12-14. During the CQ-M-Contest they will use the callsigns
    UF6V (op UA5D) and UF6VFF (op R2AD). QSLs via homecalls.

DATE           CALL           DXNL

Unknown        3B8MM          1777
    -15Jun    4JS0NG..       1772/1777
01Jan-30Jun    5P12EU         1760
21Mar-         5T0JL          1772
Unknown        5X?            1778
    -2014     5Z4EE          1742/1753/1772
              6D0LM          1774
07May-18May    6O0CW          1779 *
Unknown        6V7SIX         1770
30Apr-15May    7O6T           1778/1779 *
    -31Dec    8J1MST         1779 *
    -30Sep    8J2NDP..       1751
    -15Jul    8J3XVI         1779 *
    -31Dec    8J6O           1773
    -30Sep    8J7EQ          1773
11May-16May    8Q7CJ..        1779 *
    -         9J2RI          1739/1742
    -28Jul    8N1TW          1773
Unknown        9H3XX          1777
    -22May    9Q0HQ/7        1777
    -Oct/14   9V1RM          1751

    -Sep/13   A52SV          1752
    -10May    C91JR..        1777/1778
    -31Dec    CN2YZ          1771
Apr  -Jun      CY0/VE1AWW     1774
    -08Jul    D2QV           1750
07May-11May    DF6BL/p        1779 *
?              DL0SLITISA     1764
    -Jan/13   DL125HHZ       1778
01Jan-31Dec    DL1630Y        1760
    -31Dec    DL250COA       1779 *
10May-11May    DL4ABO/p       1779 *
01Jan-31Dec    DM100MGY       1763
01Jan-31Dec    DM50KSJ        1763
    -31Dec    DM800ANH       1767
    -Feb/13   DP0GVN         1756
    -Jan/13   DQ0STRATEX     1770
    -31Dec    DQ125HSB       1763

    -31Dec    E720RS         1770
01Jan-31Dec    EI80IRTS       1763
01May-30Jun    EM350S         1777
01May-15May    EM67J          1778
    -26Aug    EM80L..        1778
Unknown        EV1150P        1779 *
12May-25May    F/DJ2VO        1779 *
12May-25May    F/DL1COP       1779 *
12May-25May    F/DL1KD        1779 *
12May-25May    F/DL3KBQ       1779 *
12May-25May    F/DL3KMS       1779 *
    -Mar/13   FH8NX          1747
    -Jul      FR8NE          1710
NOW            FW/F1GHY       1771

    -Jun      G4BJC..        1779 *
12May/13May    GB0BFM         1779 *
May  /Jul      GB1AVR         1779 *
    -31Dec    GB50WVR        1767
    -30May    GB60VUL        1779 *
              GB80PW         1762
05May-10Jun    GQ3aaa..       1778
05May-10Jun    GQ4BJC/A..     1779 *
08May-12May    HB0/IN3ADW..   1778
07May-09Jun    HB100FLP       1778/1779 *
Unknown        HH2/9A7GAE     1776
    -12May    HH8/EA3OW      1775
    -Sep/13   HI3/KL7JR      1745
Resident       HS0ZKG         1778
    -09May    HS85RI         1779 *
15May-23May    IA5/DL3NBI     1779 *
    -Dec      ID9DXC..       1755
01Jan-31Dec    II6LN          1763

    -2011/12? J28JV          1680
    -Jul      J28RO          1683
    -Jul/13   J28UC          1734
10May-17May    J79KT..        1779 *
11May-13May    JA6VDB         1779 *
08May-11May    JA7IC/p        1779 *
29Mar-Mar/13   JX9JKA         1769/1773
Unknown        JY8VB          1779 *
Unknown        JY9ET          1779 *
01May-15May    K1C..          1778
01May-15May    K1A            1778
    -2013     KG4AJ          1756
    -Jun/13   KH2/N2NL       1680
    -May      KH4/W5FJG      1728
11May-14May    KL7RRC/p       1779 *
15May-23May    LA/DL5DSM      1779 *
15May-23May    LA/DL9UBF      1779 *
    -22Jul    LZ12FDAY       1770
    -31Dec    LZ1818MOG..    1770
05May-09May    LZ67VZ         1778

12May-19May    MS0WCB         1779 *
12May-19May    MU/PA0VHA      1779 *
12May-19May    MU/PA2A        1779 *
12May-19May    MU/PA2AM       1779 *
12May-19May    MU/PA3BAG      1779 *
    -10Jun    MQ0SMJ         1779 *
May  -Oct      OD5/IV3XNF     1777
    -31Dec    OH150VR        1772
07May-13May    OH1VR/VP9..    1778
01Jan-31Dec    ON65BR         1763
14Apr-31Dec    ON100TT        1775
09May-14May    P40X..         1779 *
06May-28May    PC25HR         1779 *
12May/13May    PG6MILL        1779 *
12May/13May    PI4ETL/p       1779 *
05May-18May    PJ2/DH2AK..    1778
09May-20May    PJ7/G4MFW..    1779 *
10May-13May    PY7RP/6        1779 *
May            R1945HS        1778
    -2013     RI1ANF         1765
    -Sep      RI1FJA         1741
    -Sep      RI1FJM         1741

    -31Dec    S555E..        1772
15May-23May    S79RR          1779 *
11May-16May    SD7N/6         1779 *
14May-16May    SD7N/4         1779 *
14May-16May    SD7V/4         1779 *
11May-16May    SD7V/6         1779 *
12May-13May    SP5BHY/p       1779 *
12May-13May    SP5FHP/p       1779 *
12May-13May    SP7BCA/p       1779 *
12May-13May    SP7KWW/p       1779 *
12May-13May    SP7MJX/p       1779 *
12May-13May    SP7PCZ/p       1779 *
12May-13May    SQ5CSF/p       1779 *
12May-13May    SQ5OCJ/p       1779 *
15May-20May    SV5/N5ER       1779 *
11May-15May    SV8/PA1FJ/p    1779 *
    -13Jun    T6JM           1764
    -Jul      T6JP           1768/1770
    -Jun      T6MO           1733/1767
    -31Dec    TC50TRAC..     1770
    -31Dec    TM210VH        1770
    -22Jul    TM3FFI         1779 *
    -31Dec    TM70TRS        1763
    -Jul      TN9SN          1755

12May-14May    UF6V/UA5D      1779 *
12May-14May    UF6V/R2AD      1779 *
12May-13May    UF6V           1779 *
12May-13May    UF6VFF         1779 *
11May-31May    V31XB          1779 *
    -Nov/14   V73NS          1604/1668/1752
01May-30May    VC2CBS30       1777
    -Jul      VQ9JC          1755
28Apr-12May    W2H            1777
10May-12May    W7G            1779 *
    -May/14   XE1/DM3DL      1730
    -12Jun    XV2W           1774
Unknown        XW3DT          1766/1771
05May-10Jun    ZQ3M..         1778
    -2014     ZY2014WC       1774

 * = new or updated
.. = and other calls

QSL information
4O/IW3FWT   via IW3FWT (B)
6O0CW       via IK2CIO (B), I2YSB(d), (L)
7O6T        via UA3DX (B), (L)
8J3XVI      via JA3UJR
8Q7CJ       via JA2Lss
8Q7IC       via JA2AIC
8Q7NK       via JA2AAU
8Q7TE       via JA2ATE
8Q7ZS       via JA2ZS
C91JD       via GI4FUM (B)
CT7/GW0VML  via GW0VML (B)
DF6BL/p     via DF6BL (B)
DL250COAL   via DK8VR (B)
DL4ABO/p    via DL4ABO (B)
EG8WFF      via EA8URL (B)
EM50ISI     via UT5SI (B)
EM67QN      via UT3QN
EO1HFF      via UY1HY
EO5UFF      via US5UFF
EO67HWW     via UR4HWW
EO67J       via UU2JT
EV1150P     via EW6DX (B)
F/DJ2VO     via DJ2VO (B)
F/DL1COP    via DL1COP (B)
F/DL1KD     via DL1KD (B)
F/DL3KBQ    via DL3KBQ (B)
F/DL3KMS    via DL3KMS (B)
FJ/G4MFW    via 9V1FJ
FS/G4MFW    via 9V1FJ
G4BJC       via G6XOU (B)
GB0BFM      via M0IED
GB1AVR      via G0BPK (B)
GB1TBW      via (B), MX0GZD (d)
GB2CRF      via (B)
GB60VUL     via (B), M0JEC (d)
GQ4BJC/A    via G6XOU (B)
GQ4RCG      via M0OXO (B/OQRS), (L)
GS6PYE      via M0VFC (B)
HB60RF      via HB9DDS (B)
HF45CHBW    via SP5ZHJ
HG3IPA      via HA3JB (d)
HS85RI      via E21EIC (B)
HZ1NM       via IZ8CLM (B)
IA5/DL3NBI  via DL3NBI (B)
J79JF       via JN1NDY (d)
J79KT       via JN1NDY (d)
J79RZ       via JA8RUZ (B)
J79YK       via JN1NDY (d)
J79YL       via JN1NDY (d)
JA6VDB      via JA6VDB (B, (L)
JA7IC/p     via JA7IC (B)
JD1YBT      via JP1IOF (B)
JY8VB       via UA4WHX (B)
JY9ET       via M0OXO(B)
K4A         via N4PJ (B), (L), eQSL
KL7RRC/p    via UA9OBA (EU+Russia)
KL7RRC/p    via N7RO   (all others)
KP4ED       via EB7DX (d)
LA/DL5DSM   via DL5DSM (B)
LA/DL9UBF   via DL9UBF (B)
LZ907SKB    via LZ1KCP
M1SWL       via G6XOU (B)
MQ0OXO      via M0OXO (B/OQRS), (L)
MQ0SMJ      via (B)
MQ1SWL/A    via G6XOU (B)
MS0WCB      via M0WAY (B)
MU/PA2A     via PA2A (B)
MU/PA2AM    via PA2AM (B)
MU/PA3BAG   via PA3BAG (B)
MU/PA0VHA   via PA0VHA (B)
OK2RRR      via OK2RZ (B)
OZ/DL1BWU   via DL1BWU (B), eQSL
P4/JA3DFM   via JA3DFM
P4/JA3OPB)  via JA3OPB
P40U        via JH3PBL
P40X        via JA3AVO
P487IARU    via P43E (d), (L)
PC25HR      via PC2F (B)
PG6MILL     via PA4J
PI4ETL/p        sends automatically
PJ2/DL1THM  via DL1THM (B)
PJ2/G4MFW   via 9V1FJ
PJ4/G4MFW   via 9V1FJ
PJ5/G4MFW   via 9V1FJ
PJ7/G4MFW   via 9V1FJ
PY7RP/6     via PY7RP (B)
PY0FM       via PP5XX
RP67IB      via RK3DXW (B), (L), eQSL
RP67KE      via RW9QA (B)
RP67S       via RV3LZ (B)
RP67SO      via RW3ZC
RP67ZZ      via UA1ZZ
S79RR       via DJ9RR (B), (L)
SD7N/4      via DL2RNS (B)
SD7N/6      via DL2RNS (B)
SD7V/4      via DL2VFR (B)
SD7V/6      via DL2VFR (B)
SF3HF       via SM3NXS (B)
SN0HS       via SP5KP
SN10PK      via SP9KAJ
SN25PSM     via SP3PSM
SN45CHBW    via SP5ZIP
SN70ABK     via SP9MZX
SV5/N5ER    via N5ER (d) , (L)
SV8/PA1FJ/p via PA1FJ (B)
TM2A        via F6KOP (B)
TM3FFI      via F8JZR
UF6V        via UA5D (B)
UF6V/R2AD   via R2AD (B)
UF6V/UA5D   via UA5D (B)
UF6VFF      via R2AD (B)
V31XB       via VE2XB (B)
V62QFL      via JH3QFL (B)
W7G         via W7SU (d)
YL44WFF     via YL2SW (B), (L)
YU/S50HH    via S50HH
ZW7R        via PR7ZAJ (B)

(d) = only direct
(B) = bureau ok
(*) = new QSL manager
(L) = Logbook of the World (LoTW)
(r) = e-mail request

QSL Manager:
    N0ABA (n0aba@cox.net) is looking for a new QSL route for 4F9HXB (sk).
    NI5DX is the new QSL manager of ZS3Y. He will confirm all QSOs with
    Volker starting from Oct 11, 2008, when he receives the QSLs from
    the printer in about six weeks.

QSLs arrived bureau: BD5BAJ, CE4UJU, FR5DZ (F6CXV), HF0BJP (SQ1RMM),
                    J5NAR (HA0NAR), JW8DW (LA8DW), R10RTRS (R7AA), SU9VB,
                    TJ3AY (F5LGE), TK4DS (ON4PJA), TX6A (F6AML, 6 years),
                    ZL8X (DJ2MX)ZY0T (PY1NB)

QSLs arrived LoTW:   PJ2/AA9A

6m band extended in Portugal
The National Communications Authority of Portugal (ANACOM) extended the
6m band for Portuguese HAMs and the frequency range 50-52 MHz is now
allocated to amateur radio on a secondary basis after the analogue
TV broadcasting transmissions were completely switched off.

37th HAM RADIO fair in Friedrichshafen
"Amateur radio digital" is the motto of the 37th HAM RADIO fair, which takes
place in Friedrichshafen/Germany from Jun 22-24, 2012. An important part of
the largest amateur radio fair in Europe is the 63rd Lake Constance meeting
with an extensive program of lectures and the flea market.

Many thanks for contributing to this issue of the DXNL are going to:
Carl Smith (QRZ DX), 425DXNews, OPDX Bulletin, DF6EX (WIN-QSL), DF7AA,
DF8VV, DH5NBK, DJ5AV, DJ9ZB, DL1SBF, DL7MAE, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX,
NG3K, OE2IKN, VA3RJ, VE2XB, ZS1ZL and others.

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