425 DX News issue #1062

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10 September 2011                                         A.R.I. DX Bulletin
                                   No 1062
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                         ****  DX  INFORMATION  ****
                          Edited by  I1JQJ & IK1ADH
                        Direttore Responsabile  I2VGW

3D2_r  - Preparations for the large multi-national 3D2R DXpedition to Rotuma
         [425DXN 1049] are going according  to plan.  The team will meet  in
         Suva (Fiji) on 22 September and depart for Rotuma on the 25th. They
         expect to be QRV on 27 September and to complete the DXpedition  on
         7 October. 3D2R will be active on 160-10 metres CW, SSB, RTTY,  PSK
         and SSTV, plus 6 and 2m EME, with a focus on Europe and Africa when
         propagation  permits. QSL via  YT1AD and LoTW  (logs to be uploaded
         some  six  months  after  the  expedition).  Further  information -
         including  log  search  (to be updated on a daily basis), suggested
         frequencies and details on how contribute to this expensive project
         - can be found at www.yt1ad.info/3d2r/index.html
4W     - The bulk of the equipment, including  the  linear  amplifiers,  the
         Titanex V160E vertical, Hexbeam and other  antennas,  left  Darwin,
         Australia, on 6 September. It  has  all  arrived  safely  in  Dili,
         Timor-Leste, and is now awaiting the arrival of the 4W6A team  next
         Due  to a  late change of airline timetable, 9M6DXX and 9M6XRO will
         not now arrive  in Dili  before the  afternoon of 16 September. The
         chartered  boat  taking  the  team  and  the  equipment  to  Atauro
         Island has therefore been rescheduled  to later that  afternoon. It
         is  likely that  only  one  or two stations will be on the air that
         day, as the  team will run out of daylight before all the  antennas
         can  be erected. The remainder of the antenna work will commence at
         first light  the  following  morning (approximately 21.15 UTC on 16
         September) and 4W6A should be  fully  operational  by  the  morning
         (UTC) of 17 September.
         4W6A  will  be QRV on all bands 10 to 160 metres, using CW, SSB and
         RTTY with up  to four  stations simultaneously. Col, MM0NDX, is the
         pilot  for 4W6A  and is responsible  for providing  feedback to the
         team. He  may be contacted  at  dxer59[@]gmail.com.  QSL via M0URX,
         direct or bureau  (http://m0urx.com/oqrs).  The entire  log will be
         uploaded  to LoTW  as quickly  as possible  after  the  end  of the
         operation or, if possible,  also  during the DXpedition. Log search
         and further information can be found  at  www.4w6a.com [TNX 9M6DXX]
7P     - Arnold, WB6OJB (7P8JK) and Frosty, K5LBU  (7P8CF)  will  be  active
         again from Lesotho on 14-22 September. QSL  via  home  calls.  [TNX
         The Daily DX]
7P     - Pine ZS6OB (7P8EME), Wynand ZS6ARF (7P8QRO), Dick ZS6BUN  (7P8BUN),
         Pieter  ZS6PA  (7P8PA),  Dan  HB9CRQ  (7P8RQ)  and  Hermann  DL2NUD
         (7P8HP) will be active from Lesotho on 14-26 September.  The  group
         will will operate under the call sign  7P8EME  and  cover  all  the
         VHF-UHF frequencies from 50 MHz to 1.296 MHz (4m excluded) on  EME,
         with some activity (mainly CW) on the HF bands as well as on 2  and
         6m tropo and Meteor scatter. The operation is  under  the  auspices
         of the South African Radio league.
7Q     - Ely, IN3VZE  will  be  active  as  7Q7CE  from  Malawi  between  16
         September and 3 October. He will operate  holiday  style  on  80-10
         metres SSB and RTTY. QSL via home call, direct or bureau.
A5     - Andy UA3AB (A52AB), Ralph K0IR (A52IR),  Paul  W8AEF  (A52PP),  Pat
         W0BM (A52PC) and Glenn W0GJ (A51B) will be  in  Bhutan  between  25
         October and 1 November. They will participate in the CQ WW  DX  SSB
         Contest as single band entrants: A52IR on 80m, A52PC on 40m,  A52PP
         on 20m, A52AB on 15m and A51B on 10m. They will be on  other  bands
         and modes outside the contest. QSL via home calls. [TNX W0GJ]
GM     - A team of Belgian operators (ON4HIL, ON4ATW, ON4AHF, ON4VJ,  ON5TN,
         ON7YT and possibly others) will set sail for  Rockall  (EU-189)  on
         23 September. The voyage takes about four  days:  weather  and  sea
         conditions permitting, they plan to be QRV as MM0RAI/p  for  up  to
         48 hours on 27 or 28 September. Activity will be  on  80-10  metres
         SSB and CW with two stations. QSL via  ON4ATW,  direct  or  bureau.
         Further information can be found at www.rockall.be [TNX ON5TN]
I      - Guenter, DL3NBI will be active as IA5/DL3NBI from Isola del  Giglio
         (EU-028, IIA GR-002) on 14-22 September. He plans to  operate  PSK,
         RTTY and SSB mainly on 20 metres. QSL  via  home  call,  direct  or
         bureau. [TNX rsgbiota.org]
I      - Look for IP1/IQ1SP (on the HF bands, SSB  and  CW)  and  IP1/IK1WVR
         (on 6 and 2 metres SSB) to be active from Tino Island (EU-083,  IIA
         SP-002) on 16-18 September. The special permission granted  by  the
         Italian Navy is for activities to take place only from 8 to 14  UTC
         each day.
JA     - Ken, JS3OMH  will  be  active  as  JS3OMH/6  from  various  islands
         (Kodakara, Taira and Akuseki) in the  Tokara  Archipelago  (AS-049)
         on 8-14 September. He operates CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31 on  40,  30,
         20 and 17 metres. QSL via home call, direct or bureau. [TNX JR3TVH]
OZ     - Bernd, DL8AAV will be active as OZ0AV from  Laeso  Island  (EU-088)
         on 12-24 September. QSL via  home  call,  direct  or  bureau.  [TNX
SV     - Fred, PA1FJ will  be  active  as  SV8/PA1FJ/p  from  Thasos  Island
         (EU-174) on 13-19 September. He will operate SSB  and  CW  on  40-6
         metres. QSL via home call, bureau preferred. [TNX rsgbiota.org]
T5     - Murat, TA1AMC ("a  member  of  the  Turkish  Ministry  of  Health's
         National Medical Rescue Team") is  active  in  his  spare  time  as
         T5/TA1AMC from  Mogadishu,  Somalia.  DXCC  wise,  NC1L  says  this
         operation "is  currently  on  hold  for  supporting  documentation"
         (source: The Golist). WFWL, as Murat will  be  there  until  around
         late November. [TNX The Daily DX]
T8     - Ulf, DL5AXX will be active as T88UE from  from  Palau  (OC-009)  on
         18-27 September. He will participate in the CQ WW RTTY  Contest  as
         T8XX. QSL both callsigns via DL5AXX. [TNX DX World]
W      - The Pearl River DX Association will be operating  memorial  station
         W2WTC (World Trade Center) on 8-30 September, with activity  on  17
         ,20 and 40 metres SSB. QSL via K2HJB. [TNX K2HJB]
W      - Once again Joe, K5KUA will be  active  as  K5KUA/5  from  Galveston
         Island (NA-143) on 17-18 September. He operates CW  only.  QSL  via
         home call, direct or bureau. [TNX rsgbiota.org]
YU     - To  celebrate  and  promote  the  16th  IARU  World  Amateur  Radio
         Direction Finding Championship, to be  held  in  Serbia  next  year
         (10-15 September), four special callsigns will be  in  use  between
         now  and  20  September  2012:  YT16ARDF,  YU16ARDF,  YT16IARU  and
         YU16IARU.  Information  on  the  ARDF  event  can  be   found    at
ZA     - Tevfik, TA1HZ will  be  active  as  ZA1TC  from  Albania  until  14
         September, including an entry in the WAE DX SSB  Contest.  QSL  via
         the TA bureau, or direct to TA1HZ.

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                         ****  GOOD TO KNOW ... ****
                          Edited by  I1JQJ & IK1ADH
                        Direttore Responsabile  I2VGW

DX MAGAZINE MOST WANTED SURVEY ---> The DX  Magazine's  annual  Most  Wanted
Survey is being conducted  now  through  15  October.  The  survey  form  is
available at www.dxpub.com/dx_survey2011.html (please note that it is not  a
complete list of all DXCC Entities:  if  you  need  something  that  is  not
listed, simply use the "Additions or Comments"  space  at  the  end  of  the
form). The ST0R confirmations are not expected to be  available  before  the
deadline for the new Entity to be included in this survey,  so  South  Sudan
is not on the form this time.
The overall results will be published in the January-February 2012 issue  of
The DX Magazine, and the world-wide results will be posted to the  web  site
around 15 January 2012 as well. The breakdown  by  mode/Low  Bands  will  be
published in the March-April 2012 issue of the magazine.

IARU REGION 1 HF BAND PLAN ---> The 22nd General Conference of  IARU  Region
1, held at Sun City (South Africa) on 13-19 August,  made  some  changes  to
the Region 1 HF Band Plan. On 40 metres the  CW  contest  preferred  segment
was withdrawn, and four new 10m FM Repeater channels were  introduced  which
required a shift of the 10m FM Simplex channels. The revised Band  Plan  can
be found at www.iaru-r1.org

                         *** 4 2 5  D X  N E W S ***
                         ******* QSL  ROUTES *******
                          Edited by  I1JQJ & IK1ADH
                        Direttore Responsabile  I2VGW

CALL        MANAGER     CALL        MANAGER     CALL        MANAGER
3G6CS       CE6CS       HB60RF      HB9DDS      PJ6/K9VV    K5WW
3Z176DORR   SP2FAP      HB9SFGB     HB9EDG      PP8ZAC      PY4KL
4F9HXB      DL5SDF      HC1HC       NE8Z        R300ML      RN1ON
4K7Z        UA5DX       HF25BPK/P   SP7PCZ      R3BY/0      R3BY
4L0CR       DL8KAC      HF6WGC      SP6CES      R650FN      UA4FU
4L1FX       DJ1CW       HK1MW       K4AMW       S550ACP     S59ACP
4T100MP     OA4O        HK3JCL      DK8LRF      SN0PGEA     SP2KCQ
4U1WB       KK4HD       HZ1FI       DL2RMC      SN0W        SP2KDS
4X0A        4X1VF       II0IADU     IW0HP       SN100MSC    SP3GVX
5B50J       5B4AHJ      II2LOM      IQ2LZ       SN1LH       DK0ZAB
5H3CMG      ZR6CMG      IR2LV       IK2AGN      SO1EKO      DL1EKO
5N50EAM     IK2IQD      J28AA       K2PF        ST2AR       S53R
5R8FU       SM5DJZ      J28UC       F5RQQ       T6MO        K9GY
5R8UI       IZ8CCW      J42I/p      SV2JAO      T6RH        NI5DX
5R8UO       DF8UO       JT1RF       VE7YBH      TI4CF       W3HNK
7Q7HB       G0IAS       JW2PA       LA2PA       TJ3AY       F5LGE
8P5A        NN1N        JY5MM       IK2DUW      TM1MAD      F5KLJ
9G1YK       PA3ERA      K6VVA/KL7   N6AWD       TM2GRF      F8BUO
9H3AT       IC8ATA      KH7Q        AH6NF       TM7FDM      F5MSS
9H3BR       G4BEE       LO2F        AC7DX       TM95BV      F6KUP
9H3JN       PB2JJ       LU5FZ       EA7FTR      TR8CA       F6CBC
9H3YM       PE1OFJ      LX/PA1AW    PA1AW       TR8JH       F6FWT
9J2BO       G3TEV       LX/PA3EWP   PA1AW       TU5JM       DB1DT
9M2IDJ      JA6IDJ      LX/PA7FM    PA1AW       TX8CE       FK8CE
9M2TO       JA0DMV      LX/PA9JO    PA1AW       TX8DD       LZ1JZ
9U7T        ON7CIP      LY37A       LY2MM       TX8GN       FK8GN
A41MX       EB7DX       LY37B       LY2GW       TX8GX       FK8GX
A61LL       EA5ZD       LY37E       LY3NX       TX8KA       FK8HA
A61ZX       IZ8CLM      LY37EB      LY3BY       UA9FAR      W7YS
A65BB       S57DX       LY37G       LY1G        UK8GBL      RW6HS
A65BG       PA7FM       LY37J       LY2J        UK8OAG      4Z5OG
A65CJ       JA1DXA      LY37K       LY1K        UK8OK       EA7FTR
A65EE       IZ8CLM      LY37LY      LY5A        UK8OM       4Z5OG
AH0BT       7L1FPU      LY37M       LY2KM       UK8OWW      4Z5OG
BD6JJX      BA4EG       LY37N       LY1N        UN44Q       IZ8CCW
BH4SQE      BA4EG       LY37O       LY5O        V51XG       DL8AL
CF7AAW      VE7IG       LY37Q       LY4Q        V55V        DJ8VC
CF7FC       VA7FC       LY37S       LY2QT       VK0KEV      JE1LET
CN8IG       EA7FTR      LY37T       LY1CT       VK6ANC      VK6IR
CN8KD       EA5XX       LY37U       LY3UE       XU7AAJ      IW3SNW
CO6RD       8P9NX       LY37V       LY2FN       XU7ACY      W2EN
CV5K        CX2ABC      LY37X       LY3X        YF1AR       N2OO
DT0DWAC     HL0KHQ      LY37Y       LY5Y        YF8RIM      EA7FTR
EG#SDC      EA1AUM      LY37Z       LY2KZ       YI1RZ       IK2DUW
EG7MJ       EA7NL       LZ44WFF     LZ1BJ       Z21BB       W3HNK
EG8RHG      EA8CPE      OD5TE       K3IRV       Z36T        DJ0LZ
EM2G        UR7GO       OE50EFA     OE5HFM      ZA1TC       TA1HZ
EM7KAA      IK2DUW      OE90B       OE4RGC      ZD9GI       ZS1A
EO20IZ      UX5IZ       OG5N        OH1CQ       ZG2ER       ZB2ER
ER0I        YO8WW       OH0HG       JA1HGY      ZG2FK       ZB2FK
ER3WFF      ER3GS       OL100VP     OK1DRQ      ZG2FX       G3RFX
F5SHQ/p     MJ0ASP      OL90FOLK    OK7MT       ZL6RWC      ZL1VK
FG4NN       NI5DX       OM8MEDZEV   OM8APA      ZP5TNT      K2DER
FG4NO       F4AVX       ON4WAR      ON7RY       ZS6CCY      K3IRV
FK8HW       VK4FW       OY1OF       M0URX       ZW1AS       PY1NP
FM1HN       NI5DX       P29FR       I2RFJ       ZW7CTA      PY7PC
FM5DN       KU9C        P49T        W3BTX       ZW8T        PS8HF
FO/JA3EZJ   JA3EZJ      PA11WSF     PA0FAW      ZY4OL       PY4GSS
FY5LH       F5KDR       PA2011DYK   PA3RGH      ZY6Z        PY6HD

G0IAS    Allan Hickman, The Conifers, High Street, Elkesley,  Retford,  DN22
         8AJ, United Kingdom
JA3EZJ   Yoshiyuki  Kaneko, 11-359 Omurokogen, Ito-shi, Shizuoka-ken,
         413-0235, Japan
JS3OMH   Ken Kurata, 72-1-603 Nagao-cho, Takarazuka-shi, Hyogo-ken,
         665-0873, Japan
LY1N     Gytis Lasukas, P.O. Box 111, LT-37005 Panevezys, Lithuania
LZ1JZ    Tony Stefanov, P.O. Box 43, 6450 Harmanli, Bulgaria
N6AWD    Fred Stenger, 6000 Hesketh Dr., Bakersfield CA 93309, USA
ON7CIP   Pierre Ciparisse, Rue du Mai 10, 5020 Suarlee, Belgium

PA1AW    Alex van Hengel, Bovenkruier 18, 2995 CA Heerjansdam, The
S53R     Robert Kasca, P.O. Box 23, SI-5280 Idrija, Slovenia


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