DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #10:
W1AW Bulletin via the ARRL
March 7, 2013
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DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #10:
QST de W1AW
DX Bulletin 10 ARLD010
>From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT March 7, 2013
To all radio amateurs
SB DX ARL ARLD010
ARLD010 DX news
This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
N6NY, NC1L, The Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily
DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and
WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all.
SPRATLY ISLANDS. Members of the Borneo Amateur Radio Club will be
QRV as 9M4SLL from Pulau Layang Layang, IOTA AS-051, from March 10
to 18. Activity will be on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY
with five stations active. QSL via M0OXO.
ALGERIA, 7X. Members of Amateurs Radio Algeriens are QRV as 7T50ARA
and 7T9A until May 30 to commemorate the 50th jubilee of the IARU
society. QSL via 7X2ARA.
MALDIVES, 8Q. Wolfgang, OE1MWW will be QRV as 8Q7WK from March 9 to
23. Activity will be holiday style on the HF bands. QSL to home
RWANDA, 9X. Nick, G3RWF is QRV as 9X0NH from Kigali until March 12.
Activity is on the HF bands using mostly CW. QSL to home call.
IRAN, EP. Mohsen, EP3SMH has generally been active using RTTY on 20
and 15 meters around 1500 and 1550z. QSL to home call.
BELARUS, EU. Members of the radio club Dalnye Strany are QRV during
March as EV50WB in celebration of its golden jubilee. Activity is
on the HF bands using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL via EU1AZ for SSB
contacts and EU1DX for CW and RTTY.
CLIPPERTON ISLAND, FO. A large group of operators are QRV as TX5K
until March 10. They are active on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB
and RTTY with up to 10 stations active. QSL via N2OO.
DOMINICA, J7. Rick, KK4GV is QRV as J79GV until March 17. Activity
is holiday style on the HF bands using SSB. QSL to home call.
MARIANA ISLANDS, KH0. Operators Sam, JE1XUZ and Tama, JQ2WTT will
be QRV as KH0XH and KH0XW, respectively, from Saipan from March 10
to April 1. They will also be active as AH0BT in the upcoming CQ WW
WPX SSB contest. QSL to home calls and QSL contest call via 7L1FPU.
GUAM, KH2. Look for operators JE1JAC, JK1FUP, JA2JWH and JA3HHV to
be QRV as AC2CX/KH2, N6NY/NH2, KH2/K2IO and AE3KS/KH2, respectively,
from March 9 to 10. Activity will be on 80 to 6 meters using CW,
SSB, RTTY and PSK31. QSL to home calls.
CURACAO, PJ2. Operators W1USN, AA1M and W1SSR are QRV as
PJ2/home calls until March 22. Activity is on 160 to 10 meters using
CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK. QSL to home calls.
TUVALU, T2. A group of operators will be QRV as T2GM from March 12
to 23. Activity will be on the HF bands with two stations. QSL via
ASIATIC RUSSIA, UA0. Vladimir, RV3EFH is QRV as RV3EFH/0 from
Bolshevik Island, IOTA AS-042, until October. Activity is on 40,
20, 15 and 10 meters using CW, SSB and various digital modes. QSL
direct to home call.
CAMBODIA, XU. Eddy, ON4AFU is QRV as XU7AFU until March 14.
Activity is on the HF bands using CW. QSL to home call.
INDONESIA, YB. Members of the Indonesian Amateur Radio Organization
are QRV as YB6N from Nias Island, IOTA OC-161, until March 13. Also
look for operators YB6VK, YB0SAT, YB1HK, YB4IR and YB5QZ to be QRV
as home calls/6. Activity is on the HF bands. QSL via operators'
ROMANIA, YO. Members of the AJR Brasov Radioclub are QRV as YP0FOTO
until the end of August. QSL via YO6BBQ.
ALBANIA, ZA. Max, IZ4JMA is QRV as ZA/IZ4JMA for the next 18
months. Activity is on all bands and modes. QSL to home call.
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The North American RTTY Sprint, SKCC
Weekend CW Sprintathon, AWA John Rollins Memorial DX CW Contest,
NCCC RTTY Sprint, QRP CW Fox Hunt, NCCC Sprint, RSGB Commonwealth CW
Contest, AGCW QRP CW Contest, QRP ARCI HF Grid Square CW Sprint, EA
PSK63 Contest, Idaho QSO Party, UBA Spring 6-Meter Contest, NSARA
Contest and the Wisconsin QSO Party will certainly keep contesters
busy this upcoming weekend.
The RSGB 80-Meter Club CW Championship, QRP 40-Meter CW Fox Hunt,
NAQCC-EU Monthly CW Sprint and CWops Mini-CWT Test are scheduled for
March 13. Please see March QST, page 84, and the ARRL and WA7BNM
Contest websites for details.
Source: W1AW Bulletin via the ARRL.
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