DARC - DXNL 1786 (Jun 27, 2012)

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    An international team of 13 operators will be active as 1A0C on HF
    and 6m from July 1-4. Special attention will be paid to non-European
    stations. With this campaign they intend to collect donations for the
    aid programs of the "Order of Malta's Italian Relief Corps" (CISOM).
    QSL via OQRS, LoTW. See also: http://www.1a0c.com

5B4, CYPRUS, AS-004
    Some members of the Paphos branch of the "Cyprus Amateur Radio Society"
    plan to show up as P3EU to mark the first Cypriot presidency of the
    European Union from July 1 until Dec 31. QSL via 5B4AHO.

    Several members of the "Portuguese DX Group" (GPDX) will be active as
    CT7/homecalls from Insua Island (EU-150, DIP MI-001, PIP NT-001,
    DCFP F-006, DCP CVC-046 and CVC-047, DMHP VC-017 and VC-061, DFP FM-101
    DMP 1602, DDFP CMN-12) during the month of July. The team with German,
    Portuguese and Swiss OPs will be active in all modes on all bands.
    They will join the RSGB IOTA Contest (Jul 28/29) signing CR6W in the
    multi op/low power category. Some OPs will stay a little longer on the
    island and plan to activate the lighthouse ARLHS POR-028, WLOTA 2869.
    QSLs for CR6W via CS5DX. All other QSLs via the op's homecalls.
    See also: http://gpdx.netpower.pt  and  http://www.to-mk.com/neu

    Andy,AB7FS, will be QRV again in holiday style signing E51AND from
    Rarotonga (OC-013) between Jul 2 and Aug 25. He is a member of the
    "Straight Key Century Club" (SKCC # 7723) and hopes to meet other SKCC
    members in CW on 14050 kHz. He has been spotted also in the ANZA net,
    daily at 0515 UTC on 14183 kHz. QSL via homecall.
    Murray,ZL1MGA, is working as E51MGA in SSB on 20m. His length of stay
    is unknown. QSL via homecall.

    Eddie,ES2TT, will use the special callsign ES2012ABCS on the occasion
    of the "American Beauty Car Show" from July 1-8. Activities will take
    place in SSB/CW/PSK on 40m-6m from his home QTH Keila (Loc KO29eh) and
    also from the the exhibition in Haapsalu. QSL via ES2TT.

    From Jul 2-8 the "Association des Radio Amateurs de la Cote d'Emeraude"
    (F4KIR) will activate the special event station TM0TSR from Saint-Malo
    on the occasion of the annual Tall Ships Races. QSL via F4FJH.
    See also: http://www.tm0tsr.fr

    On the occasion of the "Armed Forces Day" the special event station
    GB0AFD announced to be active on July 1. They would be very pleased to
    make contacts with other members of RNARS, RAFARS or the "Royal Signals
    Association". QSL via G4KLF.
    Members of the "Milton Keynes ARS" will be active on the bands with
    their club callsign GB2BP from Jun 30 until Jul 1. QSL via bureau.
    See also: http://www.mkars.org.uk

    Ralph,MJ/DL9MWG, and his brother MJ/DL3VJG will be QRV from the island
    of Jersey (EU-013) between Jun 27 and Jul 4. Since their holiday QTH
    has much space they will use several wire antennas on 160m-6m working
    in CW and SSB. QSLs via homecalls.

    Paul,2E1EUB, is active as 2M1EUB on 160m-80m, in SSB on 2m and via AO-7
    until Jul 9. QSL via 2E1EUB.

    Yuri,N3QQ, and Dick,N7RO, will stay in Pago Pago from Jun 27 till Jul 3
    for talks with the US Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) about a future
    DXpedition to the Rose Atoll (OC-190). They want to work as KH8PPG or
    KH8RRC during their spare time. QSL via N7RO or UA9OBA.

    The "Puerto Rico Amateur Radio League" will activate the special event
    station K4O from the headquarters of the National Olympic Committee in
    San Juan between Jun 30 and July 1 to mark the journey of the Olympic
    flag over the Atlantic Ocean. QSL via NP3O.

    The special callsign LJ2T will be activated from the Telecommunications
    Museum of the Norwegian armed forces (Loc JP51ed) from June 28 until
    July 1. QSL via LA5EAA.

    The special event station LY200NB is QRV until June 30 and remembers
    the crossing of the river Nemunas by Napoleon 200 years ago.
    QSL via LY5W, LoTW.
    The 54th anniversary of "Sea of Peace" is celebrated in July and some
    HAMs are using the special callsign LY54SOP. QSL via LY5W, LoTW.
    See also: http://www.amateurfunk-mvp.de/inhalte/sopdipl.htm

    The special event club stations OE2XXM and OE5XXM (special ADL: 553)
    will be QRV from the "XXVIII International Amateur Radio meeting in
    Gosau at Dachstein" on 2m/70cm/80m/40m (sometimes also on other bands)
    from Jul 1-31. QSL via bureau.
    They will be QRV again on the occasion of the "XXVI International Fall
    Fielddays in Gosau" from Sep 1-30.

    The Danish EU presidency ends on June 30. For this reason the OPs of
    the special event station 5P12EU will start their final sprint on
    Jun 29/30 and want to give everyone the opportunity to work missing
    band points in CW/SSB, maybe also RTTY/PSK and even on 160m.
    QSL requests via OQRS, LoTW, eQSL, direct QSL via OZ0J, own QSL not
    necessary. Logsearch and awards program at: http://www.5p12eu.dk

    Grimeton Radio (SAQ) sends in CW on 17,2 kHz at 0900 UTC and 1200 UTC
    on Jul 1. SK6SAQ will be QRV on 14035 kHz (CW) and 14215 kHz (SSB) from
    0915-1130 UTC and 1215-1300 UTC and in SSB on 3755 kHz at 0700 UTC.
    Reports can be sent via e-mail to info@alexander.n.se or with a QSL via
    bureau to SK6DK. Direct mail should be sent to: Alexander Grimeton
    Veteranradios Vaenner, Grimeton 72, SE-432 98 Grimeton, Sweden.
    See also: http://www.alexander.n.se

    The scout station SN0HAL will be on the air from July 1 until Aug 31.
    QSL via SP5ZIP.

    The "TC Special Wireless Activity Team" and the "Giresun Radio Amateurs
    and Nature Sports Club" are going to visit some lighthouses of the
    western Black Sea:
      Jun 30-Jul 1  TC6BLH: Boztepe Lighthouse, Sinop
      Jul 27-29     TC2KLH: Kefken Ada Lighthouse, Kocaeli
      Aug 18-20     TC2ELH: Karadeniz Eregli Oeluece Lighthouse
      Aug 30-Sep 2  TC6ILH: Inebolu Lighthouse, Kastamonu
      Sep 1-2       TC2AL:  Amasra Lighthouse
      Sep 15-16     TC6GLH: Gerze Lighthouse, Sinop
      Sep 29-30     TC2ZLH: Zonguldak Lighthouse
    QSLs via TA1HZ. See also: http://www.tcswat.org/awards/WEBLOTA

    Pat,LA0HF, will be QRV as TY2BP from Fidjrosse/Cotonou on 20m/15m/10m
    for up to 45 days starting on June 26. QSL via IK2IQD (direct).

    On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of peace between Canada and
    the USA in July Dave,VE3FOI, will activate the special event station
    CG3B from Niagara-on-the-Lake in Ontario. He also plans to join the
    RAC Canada Day Contest from Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake on Jul 1
    This special callsign should be reminiscent of General Isaac Brock.
    QSL via VE3FOI. See also: http://www.nparc.on.ca/content/home

    The following special event stations are active during the
    "Original 13 Colonies Special Event" from July 1-5:
       Call  QTH             Manager
       K2A   New York        KU2US
       K2B   Virginia        KI4TYK, KJ4DHF
       K2C   Rhode Island    KE1JF
       K2D   Connecticut     K1PL
       K2E   Delaware        NY3C
       K2F   Maryland        KB3IFH
       K2G   Georgia         K4PHE
       K2H   Massachusetts   K2H
       K2I   New Jersey      N2RO
       K2J   North Carolina  KI4VBA
       K2K   New Hampshire   W1STT
       K2L   South Carolina  KG4RUL (d)
       K2M   Pennsylvania    via OP homecall (d)
    See also: http://www.13colonies.info

Apollo Memorial Program: ARI Tortona (IQ1TW) remembers the Apollo Program
    (1961-1972) in July. A special award has been launched as well.
    See also: http://aritortona.xoom.it

Hawaii IOTA Club: The Hawaii IOTA Club (KH6RRC) was founded by David,AH6HY,
    Merle,K5MT, Yuri,N3QQ, Dick,N7RO, and Lanny,W5BOS. Their targets are
    the exploration and activation of new IOTAs in the Hawaii archipelago.
    Interested people are welcome to join.

IOTA QRGs: Klaus,DL7UXG, has published an overview of IOTA frequencies at:

Webinar: A webinar focuses on the comparison of average stations with
    Big Guns on June 30, 1900 UTC. Registration is required at:

YASME: The new rules of the YASME award program have recently been published

DXCC: TL8ES (2011) and TT8ES (2012) were approved for DXCC credit.

DXCC QRP: Since 2002 the ARRL publishes a non-endorsable QRP DXCC. Output
    power is limited to 5 watts and QSLs do not have to be submitted.
    See also: http://www.arrl.org/qrp-dxcc

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

Jul 1  RAC Canada Day Contest

IOTA                compiled by Klaus, DL7UXG  (e-mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de)
Island activities:
AF-004, EA8, Canary Islands: Members of the "Grupo DX Teide" will activate
    the Teide volcano "La Rambleta" from Jun 30 till Jul 2. This expedition
    will take place on the occasion of the 5th anniversary of its initial
    activation. With a height of 3555m this is the highest mountain in
    Spain and situated in the Teide National Park (EAFF-075). The station
    will be set up 163m away from the top (DIE S-012, WLOTA 1276, DME 38026
    Loc IL18qg). Jose Antonio,EA8ARG, Luis,EA8AY, Miguel Angel,EA8BRW,
    Francisco,EA8CW, and Angel,EA8BFH, will be active in CW/SSB/RTTY/PSK31
    on 6m-80m signing EH8TID with 100 watts, verticals and wire antennas.
    QSL cards will be sent automatically for each QSO in the log.
    Otherwise QSL via EA8NQ (bureau/direct).
    See also: http://www.eh8tid.tk  and  http://ea8arg.ure.es

AS-004, 5B4/ZC4, Cyprus Island: Cyprus has the EU presidency for the first
    time from July 1 until Dec 31, 2012. The special event station P3EU
    (WLOTA 0051) will be active on the bands for this reason.
    QSL via 5B4AHO (bureau/direct).

AS-047, JA6, Daito Islands: Kan,JE1SCF/6, and Yoshi,JG4IQC/6, may show up
    from Daito Islands (WLOTA 0928, Okinawa prefecture, Nansei archipelago,
    Kyushu region) between June 27 and July 2. They will use an HB9CV and
    long wires in CW/SSB on 40m-10m. QSLs via homecalls (bureau/direct).

EU-014, TK, Corsica: Peter,TK/ON8VP, spends his holidays on Corsica (DIFM
    TK-001, MIA MCO-001, WLOTA 1390) from July 1-6. He wants to transmit
    from the vicinity of Porto Vecchio mainly in SSB/CW on 40m and 20m
    running 100 watts into a wire vertical. QSL via homecall.

EU-015, SV9, Crete: The special event station SX9S will be active from Jul 1
    until Dec 31 marking the 50th anniversary of the national park "Samaria
    Gorge" (SVFF-011). QSL via SV9AUE (bureau/direct).

EU-024, IS0, Sardinia Island: Claudio,IS0/IZ0KRC, is staying on Sardinia
    (IIA SD-001, MIA MIS-035, WLOTA 1608, Loc JN40tg) until Jul 15. He
    works holiday style in SSB/CW/digital modes on the HF bands and 6m.
    QSL via homecall (Buero/direkt).
    See also: http://iz0krc.jimdo.com/new-2012-sardinia-is

EU-076, LA, Lofoten Islands: The second leg of his journey leads
    Wolfgang,DM2AUJ, to the Lofoten Islands. He will be active on the
    HF bands signing LA/DM2AUJ from Jun 30 until Jul 10. QSL via homecall.

NA-008, VY0, Nunavut (Ellesmere Island) group: Rob,KC0VEU/VY0, is active on
    HF from Ellesmere Island (Loc EQ79AX) until July 5. Depending on the
    weather, he may also activate the PEARL laboratory (Polar Environment
    Atmospheric Research Laboratory) from the rare locator ER60 and
    ITU Zone 75. QSL via homecall (bureau/direct).

NA-103, VP2M, Montserrat: Gordon,G3USR, will show up from Montserrat signing
    VP2MSR from Jun 30 until Jul 9. He will be QRV on all HF bands but his
    main focus is on 12m and 10m. If the 6m band opens to Europe he will be
    QRV there also. Graham,M0AEP is also active as VP2MDD at the same time.
    QSL for VP2MSR via G0USR and VP2MDD via M0AET.

EU-112, GM/MM, Shiant Islands: The DXpedition to the Shiant Islands (EU-112)
    announced in DXNL 1784 did not become active for unknown reasons.

IOTA Forum at the HAMRADIO fair in Friedrichshafen: The altered rules for
    the IOTA Contest 2012 were announed again at the IOTA Forum as well.
    The current rules can be found at:
    Further information was given about the design of the website,
    especially about the download of ADIF files.
    Enrico,DL2VFR, reported about the activities of DM50IOTA within the
    IOTA marathon.
    There were two interesting lectures by Nigel,G3TXF, and Jacques,F6BEE,
    about the VP6T (OC-044) and TX6T/p (OC-063) DXpeditions and also by
    Harry,RA3AUU, about the activation of Socotra (AF-028) as 7O6T and
    how difficult it was to obtain a license (over 2 years of preparation).
    Following the ARRL decision to delete Malyy Vysotskiy Island (MVI)
    from the current DXCC list as of Feb 17, 2012, the IOTA Committee has
    considered action to be taken with regard to the future of EU-117. The
    presence of MVI in the IOTA list as a separate group was originally
    justified by its separate DXCC Entity status, so the island's deletion
    now called for action from IOTA. Faced with the prospect of a straight
    deletion of EU-117 and incorporation of the island into the EU-133 list
    the Committee formulated an alternative course of action involving the
    transfer of a section of the EU-133 'box' to EU-117, so avoiding
    deletion. It put the alternatives to an enlarged IOTA management group
    involving the 22 checkpoints for the first time. The consultation
    produced a clear majority in favour of splitting EU-133 to form two
    groups within the Gulf of Finland, North and South. The dividing line
    has been set at 60 degrees, 15 minutes north. The islands now constitu-
    ting the two groups can be seen via the Search facility on this page.
    This change, which has an effective date backdated to Feb 17, 2012,
    means that past credits for MVI will continue to stand and new opportu-
    nities are created for contacting EU-117. Record-holders need take no
    action regarding existing credits as they will not be deleted as a
    consequence of this change, nor in the case of EU-133 credits need they
    be transferred unless requested. The Committee believes this to be an
    imaginative solution in the best interests of the programme.

Russian IOTA/Arctic stations/RFF areas(preliminary information):
    Victor,RW0BG (RRC #869), and Igor Petlin plan a trip along the river
    Yenisei to the north from the beginning of July. They want to visit a
    few islands of the Russian Robinson Program: Kazan Island (RR-06-32),
    Mininskie Island (RR-06-33), Nikandrovskie Island (RR-06-34),
    Deryabinskie Island (RR-06-35) and Island of Golchikha (RR-06-36).
    They also plan to visit the Arctic station Sopochnaya. The second part
    of their trip leads them to the Kara Sea to activate following islands:
    Deer Island (RR-06-06) and Shokalski (RR-06-05, IOTA AS-083, RFF-030).
    If possible, they want to join the IOTA contest as well. In the third
    part, an activation of the IOTA group AS-109 is planned. Last not least
    they plan to stay in the Tsentralnosibirsky (RFF-096) biosphere reserve
    More detailed information will follow hopefully.

Lighthouse activities
GB0AFD    LH 1841   Jul 1
K4O       LH 2802   Jun 30-Jul 1
KH8PPG    LH 4385   Jun 27-Jul 3
KH8RCC    LH 4385   Jun 27-Jul 3

WFF activities
The collection of logs for the online query shall be simplified. In the
future, the logs will be collected nationally and then sent to Igor (EW4DX)
two or three times a month. This makes his work much easier.

SPFF Award Program: Information about the SP9YFF award can be found at:

YOFF: YO3FVR is working from the areas YOFF-149 and YOFF-381 from Jun 27-29.
    He works with 5 watts. QSL via homecall (bureau/direct).

DATE           CALL           DXNL

01Jul-04Jul    1A0C           1786 *
26Jun-09Jul    2E1EUB         1785
    -09Jul    2M1EUB         1786 *
Unknown        3B8MM          1777
01Jan-30Jun    5P12EU         1760/1786 *
    -2014     5Z4EE          1742/1753/1772
2012           6D0LM          1774
    -31Oct    8J0WAZA        1780
    -31Dec    8J1MST         1779
    -30Sep    8J2NDP..       1751
    -15Jul    8J3XVI         1779
    -31Dec    8J6O           1773
    -30Sep    8J7EQ          1773
    -31Dec    8N1TDU         1780
15May-31Jul    8N6JAPAN       1783
    -2012     9J2RI          1739/1742
    -28Jul    8N1TW          1773
    -08Jul    8T1M           1781
Unknown        9H3XX          1777
17Jun-29Jun    9H3ZZ          1784
    -Oct/14   9V1RM          1751

    -Sep/13   A52SV          1752
10Jun-30Jun    A6/DL9WVM      1783
18Jun-13Jul    AC0QG/5        1784
Unknown        CG3B           1786 *
15Jun-15Jul    CG7CWPC        1784
    -31Dec    CN2YZ          1771
Unknown        CR6BWU         1784
Jul            CR6W..         1786 *
    -Dec      CY0/VE1AWW     1784
    -08Jul    D2QV           1750
    -May/13?  D2SG           1748/1780
Unknown        D3AA           1781
    -31Dec    DA0LSW         1785
2012?          DL0SLITISA     1764
    -13Jan    DL125HHZ       1778
01Jan-31Dec    DL1630Y        1760
    -31Dec    DL250COAL      1779
01Jan-31Dec    DM100MGY       1763
01Jan-31Dec    DM50KSJ        1763
    -31Dec    DM800ANH       1767
    -Feb/13   DP0GVN         1756
    -Jan/13   DQ0STRATEX     1770
    -31Dec    DQ125HSB       1763/1784

Unknown        E40VB          1780
02Jul-25Aug    E51AND         1786 *
Unknown        E51MGA         1786 *
    -31Dec    E720RS         1770
30Jun-02Jul    EH8TID         1786 *
01Jan-31Dec    EI80IRTS       1763
01Jun-01Jul    EM2012EURO..   1782
01May-30Jun    EM350S         1777
    -26Aug    EM80L..        1778
01Jul-08Jul    ES2012ABCS     1786 *
Unknown        EV1150P        1779
    -Mar/13   FH8NX          1747
    -Jul      FR8NE          1710
30Jun-01Jul    GB2BP          1786 *
    -Jun      G4BJC..        1779
19May-27Jul    G4WAB..        1780
01Jul          GB0AFD         1786 *
    -31Dec    GB50WVR        1767
2012           GB80PW         1762
22Jun-27Jun    GP3ZME/p       1785

    -31Dec    HA50ZH         1780
Unknown        HH2/9A7GAE     1776
    -29Jun    HH4/W3CMP      1785
    -Sep/13   HI3/KL7JR      1745
Resident       HS0ZKG         1778
    -Dec      ID9DXC..       1755
01Jan-31Dec    II6LN          1763
23Jun-15Jul    IS0/IZ0KRC     1786 *
    -2011/12? J28JV          1680
    -Jul      J28RO          1683
    -Jul/13   J28UC          1734
26Jun-01Jul    JA2MET/1       1785
27Jun-02Jul    JE1SCF/6       1786 *
27Jun-02Jul    JG4IQC/6       1786 *
Unknown        JT5NM          1781
29Mar-Mar/13   JX9JKA         1769/1773
Unknown        JY9ET          1779
01Jul-05Jul    K2A..          1786 *
30Jun-01Jul    K4O            1786 *
10Jun-30Jun    K6ZRH/DU1      1783
22Jun-05Jul    KC0VEU/YV0     1786 *
    -2013     KG4AJ          1756
    -Jun/13   KH2/N2NL       1680
27Jun-03Jul    KH8PPG..       1786 *
30Jun-10Jul    LA/DM2AUJ      1785/1786 *
28Jun-01Jul    LJ2T           1786 *
Jun            LU4ZS          1784
    -30Jun    LY200NB        1786 *
Jul            LY54SOP        1786 *
    -22Jul    LZ12FDAY       1770
    -31Dec    LZ1818MOG..    1770

27Jun-04Jul    MJ/DL9MWG..    1786 *
    -15Aug    NR4CB          1780
May  -Oct      OD5/IV3XNF     1777
Unknown        OD5NJ          1784
Jul  /Sep      OE2XXM..       1786 *
    -31Dec    OH150VR        1772
    -31Dec    ON500MERCATOR  1783
04Apr-31Dec    ON100TT        1775
01Jan-31Dec    ON65BR         1763
17Jun-30Jun    OZ/DO6EBB      1784
01Jul-3112     P3EU           1786 *
    -02Jul    P4/ON4QX       1785
    -28Jun    PA300BPM       1784
    -31Aug    R1150V         1783
    -30Aug    R11GGGR..      1784
    -31Jul    R200BS         1783
12Jun-12Sep    R200V          1783
01Jun-30Jun    R73EPC..       1783
    -Jan/13   RI1ANF         1765
    -Sep      RI1FJA         1741
    -Sep      RI1FJM         1741

    -31Dec    S555E..        1772
18Jun-30Jun    SD1B/6         1784
01Jul          SK6SAQ         1786 *
01Jul-31Aug    SN0HAL         1786 *
01Jun-01Jul    SN2012GD..     1782
    -31Jul    SX135HRC       1784
01Jul-31Jul    SX9S           1786 *
Sporadically   T30BN          1785
Resident       T32BN          1785
    -Jul      T6JP           1768/1770
    -Jun      T6MO           1733/1767/1781
    -31Dec    TC50TRAC..     1770
30Jun-30Sep    TC6BLH..       1786 *
17Jun-30Jun    TF/VX3T        1784
01Jul-06Jul    TK/ON8VP       1786 *
Unknown        TK/PA3ALK      1782
24Jun-07Jul    TM0CEZ         1785
02Jul-08Jul    TM0TSR         1786 *
    -31Dec    TM210VH        1770
    -22Jul    TM3FFI         1779
    -31Dec    TM70TRS        1763
    -Jul      TN9SN          1755
    -06Aug    TT8PK          1785
26Jun-12Aug    TY2BP          1786 *

    -31Aug    UE80C          1784
Jun            V31WU..        1782
    -Jun      V73/AF6SU      1784
    -Nov/14   V73NS          1604/1668/1752
15Jun-15Jul    VC2L           1784
18Jun-02Jul    VC390IC        1784
Jun            VC3E           1782
01Jun-31Jul    VK100WIQ       1783
02Jun-06Aug    VP2MDD         1782/1786 *
30Jun-09Jul    VP2MSR         1782/1786 *
21Jun-02Jul    VP2V/W9DR      1785
    -Jul      VQ9JC          1755
15Jun-15Jul    VX3ROYL        1784
25Jun-25Jul    VX3X           1785
21Jun-02Jul    VY0/AH6EZ      1785
21Jun-02Jul    VY0/K9DXA      1785
    -May/14   XE1/DM3DL      1730
    -Jul      XV3C           1785
    -2014     ZY2014WC       1774
    -30Jun    ZZ190GOB       1785

 * = new or updated
.. = and other calls

QSL information
1A0C         via OQRS, LoTW
2M1EUB       via 2E1EUB
3A/DG5NFF    via DG5NFF (B)
4L4ZA        via DJ1CW (d)
5P12EU       via OQRS, (L), OZ0J (d)
5T0JL        via ON8RA(d), see QRZ.com
9A8VB        via UA4WHX (B), (L)
AJ4T/p       via AJ4T
C4MG         via 5B4KH (B)
C6ABB        via N2RFA (L), eQSL
CE2/VE7SV    via VE7WY (d), (L), eQSL
CG3B         via VE3FOI
CR6W         via CS5DX
EA5/DL5EO    via DL5EO (B)
E51AND       via AB7FS
E51MGA       via ZL1MGA
ED1J         via EA1GPL (B)
EG0URA       via EA7URA
EH2CJW       via EA2CJW (B)
EH3EPC       via EB3JT (B)
EH8TID       via EA8NQ (B)
ES2012ABCS   via ES2TT (B)
F5NEP/p      via F5NEP (B)
F6CUG/p      via F6CUG (B)
F6KQJ/p      via F6KQJ (B)
F8DYD/p      via F8DYD (B)
FJ/W6JKV     via W6JKV
FK8CE        via LZ1JZ (B)
GB0AFD       via G4KLF (B)
GB2AMT       via GB2BP
GB2BP            (B)
GB2MLR       via G4NOK (B)
GB2RRM       via G0HSR
GB4H         via G8GMU
HB0/DL6CX    via DL6CX (B)
HG1DX        via HA1XR (B)
HL2ZBD/3     via JK3IJQ (B)
IH9/IK0SXU   via IK0SXU (B)
IS0/IZ0KRC   via IZ0KRC (B)
IZ7ATN/p     via IZ7ATN (B)
JE1SCF/6     via JE1SCF (B)
JG4IQC/6     via JG4IQC (B)
JT1DDD       via JA2VWG (d)
K2A          via KU2US
K2B          via KI4TYK, KJ4DHF
K2C          via KE1JF
K2D          via K1PL
K2E          via NY3C
K2F          via KB3IFH
K2G          via K4PHE (B)
K2I          via N2RO
K2J          via KI4VBA
K2K          via W1STT
K2L          via KG4RUL (d)
K2M          via OP-HC (d)
K4O          via NP3O
KC0VEU/YV0   via KC0VEU (B)
KH8PPG       via N7RO (B), UA9OBA (B)
KH8RRC       via N7RO (B), UA9OBA (B)
KI4GGJ/p     via KI4GGJ
KJ4AVG/p     via KJ4AVG
KP2/K3TN     via K3TN (L)
KV4T/p       via KV4T
LJ2T         via LA5EAA
LY200NB      via LY5W (B), (L)
LY54SOP      via LY5W (B), (L)
LZ1515PSB    via LZ1KCP (B)
MJ/DL9MWG    via DL9MWG (B)
OE2XXM           (B)
OE5XXM           (B)
OH0/OK1HH    via OK1HH (B)
OH0/OK1AMM   via OK1AMM (B)
ON50HC       via ON3AIM (B)
P3EU         via 5B4AHO (B)
RA75PD       via RK3DYB
R275T        via UA4HRT (B)
RA75PD       via RK3DYB
SK6SAQ       via SK6DK (B)
SN0HAL       via SP5ZIP
SX9S         via SV9AUE (bureau/direct)
T31AA        via N3BQR
TC6BLH       via TA1HZ (B)
TC2KLH       via TA1HZ (B)
TC2ELH       via TA1HZ (B)
TC6ILH       via TA1HZ (B)
TC2AL        via TA1HZ (B)
TC6GLH       via TA1HZ (B)
TC2ZLH       via TA1HZ (B)
TK/ON8VP     via ON8VP (B)
TM0TSR       via F4FJH
TX5VT        via F5IDM (KH6 bureau)
TY2BP        via IK2IQD (d)
VP2MDD       via M0AET (B)
VP2MSR       via G0USR (B)
W4CCF/p      via W4CCF
YU100SAF     via (B, automatically), YU5CW (d)
VY2/DL1FDH   via DL1FDH (B)
VY2/F8BMG/p  via F8BMG (B)
W6GO/KH6     via W6GO (B)
W7F          via AI4U (B)
W7F          via AI4U (B)

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

QSLs arrived bureau: 9U0VB (UA4WHX)

QSLs arrived LoTW:   KH2D, 7Q7VB

Many thanks for contributing to this issue of the DXNL are going to:
Carl Smith (QRZ DX), 425DXNews, OPDX Bulletin, DF6EX (WIN-QSL), DJ5AV,
DJ9ZB, DK1RV, DL1SBF, DL7MAE, DL9MWG, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, NG3K,
VA3RJ and others.

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