425 DX News issue #1078

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31 December 2011                                          A.R.I. DX Bulletin
                                   No 1078
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                         ****  DX  INFORMATION  ****
                          Edited by  I1JQJ & IK1ADH
                        Direttore Responsabile  I2VGW

3DA    - 3DA0PW is the callsign issued  to  Phil,  G3SWH  and  John,  EA5ARC
         (G3OLU) for their 21-29 February activity  from  Swaziland  [425DXN
         1076].  They  will  operate  CW  only  on  80-10  metres  with  two
         stations. They have a webpage at www.g3swh.org.uk/3da0pw.html.  QSL
         via G3SWH and LoTW. [TNX G3SWH]
9A     - The 9A prefix was issued to Croatia (previously YU2)  twenty  years
         ago. To celebrate this  anniversary,  several  Croatian  individual
         and club stations have been  granted  permission  to  add  "20"  to
         their prefixes (e.g. 9A0Z  =  9A200Z,  9A1MM  =  9A201MM,  9A2AA  =
         9A202AA, etc) from 1 January through 31 December 2012.  Information
         on the relevant award can be found at www.hamradio.hr
CY0    - AA4VK and WA4DAN arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 27 December  in
         preparation for the Sable Island DXpedition [425DXN  1077].  Severe
         winds made it unsafe to fly on 28 December, and the "beach  runway"
         on the island has been covered with water since the 29th.  "Due  to
         the uncertainty of when the runway will be suitable  for  landing",
         they reported on the 30th, "we decided to delay the DXpedition  and
         return to the US".
FO     - The VP6T team will be active as TX6T from Tahiti  (OC-046)  [425DXN
         1076] both on  their  way  to  and  returning  from  Pitcairn.  The
         tentative dates are 15-16 January and 8-10  February.  There  might
         be a short operation as  TX6T/p  from  Mangareva  (OC-063)  on  6-7
         February, but that activity will depend on  the  early  arrival  of
         the return boat from Pitcairn. QSL via G3TXF. [TNX DX World]
FW     - Laci, HA0NAR  (www.ha0nar.hu)  and  other  two  operators  will  be
         active as FW0R from Wallis Island (OC-054) between 25  January  and
         23 February 2012. They will run two  stations  with  amplifiers  on
         160-6 metres CW, SSB and RTTY, with a focus  on  160,  80,  40  and
         30m. On 5-10 February they will operate as TW0F from Futuna  Island
         - same DXCC Entity but a different (and rarer) IOTA group,  OC-118.
         QSL for both callsigns via HA0NAR.
HK0    - On 26 December four  HK0NA  team  members  (HK1N,  HK1T,  HK6F  and
         HK1MW)  departed  from  the  Colombian  Navy  Base  Bahia   Malaga,
         destination Malpelo Island. The  advanced  team  will  set  up  two
         operating sites, 11 stations, 18 antennas and the wireless  network
         in order  to  allow  the  main  group  to  begin  radio  operations
         immediately  upon  their  arrival  on    21    January.    Bookmark
         http://hk0na.com for updates.
KH3    - Susan, W7KFI has to postpone  her  operation  from  Johnston  Atoll
         [425DXN 1071] for  4-6  weeks.  The  US  Fish  &  Wildlife  Service
         requires the she "pulls her boat out of the water and has the  hull
         scraped, then repainted.  The  shipyard  who  would  do  this  work
         cannot get Susan an appointment until approx four weeks from  now",
         her  QSL manager  (KH6CG) reported on 24  December,  "so  shove off
         date will be beginning February at earliest". [TNX DX World]
PJ2    - Ron, N6EE and Chet, W6XK  will  be  active  as  PJ2N  from  Curacao
         (SA-099) during the ARRL RTTY Round-Up (7-8 January). QSL via  LoTW
         or direct to NN6NN. They also plan  to  operate  digital  modes  as
         PJ2/N6EE and PJ2/W6XK before and after the contest. [TNX DX World]
PJ4    - Peter, PA8A will be  active  holiday  tyle  as  PJ4B  from  Bonaire
         (SA-006) on 8-22 January. QSL via PA8A, direct only. [TNX NG3K]
PJ7    - Paolo, IK2QPR reports he will be active  as  PJ7/IK2QPR  from  Sint
         Maarten (NA-105) on 8-16 January. QSL via home call.
T8     - Mike JA6EGL, Yasu JA6UBY, Masa JH6KXG and Yu JE6DND will be  active
         as T88SM, T88CP, T88BI and  T88HK  from  Palau  (OC-009)  on  11-19
         January. They plan to be QRV  on  80-10  metres  CW  and  SSB.  QSL
         direct to home calls. [TNX JN6RZM]
VK     - Peter VK3ZPF, Matt VK2ADF  and  Kevin  VK3KAB  will  be  active  as
         VK3SAT from French Island (OC-136) on 7-8 January.  It  will  be  a
         lightweight, battery powered operation on 80, 40,  20,  15  and  10
         metres. Further information can be found at qrz.com under VK3SAT.
VP9    - Jamie, WW3S will be active as VP9/WW3S  from  Bermuda  (NA-005)  on
         5-10 January, including activity in the ARRL RTTY Roundup. QSL  via
         home call and LoTW. [TNX The Daily DX]
W      - The Baton  Rouge  ARC  (W5GIX)  will  be  active  from  Grand  Isle
         (NA-168) on 6-8  January.  Operators  mentioned  are  AD5VC,  K5DF,
         K5DFD, N5IB, W5AJD and W5XU; they plan to be QRV  on  80-10  metres
         and possibly 6m SSB, CW, and digital modes. [TNX rsgbiota.org]
XU     - Alex, UA9YAB and Alex, UA9YPS will be active as XU7YAB  and  XU7YPS
         from Cambodia on 3-6 January. A side trip to IOTA group  AS-133  is
         also planned. QSL via home calls. [TNX DX World]
YV     - A team of Venezuelan operators will be active as YX6AJ  from  Angel
         Falls, the world's highest waterfall, in the Canaima National  Park
         on on 3-6 January. QSL via YV5AJ.

ANTARCTICA ---> Mika, OH2FFP will operate from a  few  bases  in  Antarctica
between mid-January and mid-February. Callsigns to be used are OH2FFP/p from
Nordenskiold multinational  camp, OJ1ABOA  from the Finnish station Aboa and
SM/OH2FFP from the Swedish station Wasa.
Bhagwati, VU3BPZ  expects  to  arrive  at  Bharati,  India's  new  reasearch
station located in the Larsemann Hills on Princess  Elizabeth Land  in early
January. He will remain at the base until March 2013, and he plans to be QRV
on the HF bands in  his  spare  time, possibily with a special callsign. QSL
via I1HYW. [TNX DX World]

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

CCC JUBILEE AWARD ---> This award is to celebrate  the  Diamond  Jubilee  of
Queen Elizabeth II and especially her position as head of  the  Commonwealth
of Nations. The award is for working stations located in at least 60 out  of
the 139  qualifying  Commonwealth  Call  Areas  between  1  January  and  31
December 2012. No QSL or other verification will be  required.  Certificates
will be available  for  download  and  printing  by  stations  claiming  the
contacts required. Full details at www.beru.org.uk/CCCaward/CCCindex.html

CQ DX MARATHON ---> Each year CQ Magazine sponsors a challenge  to  work  as
many countries and zones as possible in the calendar year. The 2011  edition
of the CQ Magazine DX Marathon ends on 31 December,  and  logs  are  due  no
later than 31 January  2012.  See  the  DX  Marathon  website  for  complete
details (www.dxmarathon.com). Also, a new Yahoo Group has  been  created  to
help share information and answer questions  regarding  the  Marathon.  Once
signed into Yahoo Groups, search for 'DXMarathon'. [TNX K9EL]

DIAMOND DXCC CHALLENGE ---> To celebrating the 75th anniversary of the  DXCC
Award, the ARRL has created the Diamond DXCC Challenge, which will run  from
1 January through 31 December 2012. The country list  to  be  used  for  the
Diamond DXCC Challenge is based upon the list of 231 places shown  in  1937.
The idea is to work nowadays entities (not only traditional  DXCC  entities,
but also cities, IOTA groups,  and  various  sub-political  entities  inside
DXCC entities) that represent the  places  listed  75  years  ago.  Complete
details can be found on the dedicated web pages at www.arrl.org/diamond-dxcc

CONTEST UNIVERSITY ---> Early bird registration is now open for 2012  Dayton
Contest University (CTU) will be held on 17  May  at  the  Crowne  Plaza  in
Dayton, Ohio. It will be the sixth year for CTU Dayton.  Topics,  professors
and registration form can be found on http://contestuniversity.com

DX UNIVERSITY ---> DX University (DXU) is the twin to  the  very  successful
Contest University (CTU), providing  high-caliber  offerings  for  beginning
and experienced DXers alike. The first session will  be  held  on  20  April
2012 at the Holiday Inn in Visalia,  California.  Among  the  lecturers  are
AA7A, G3SXW, K4UEE, K9LA, N7NG, W3UR, W6OAT, W9KNI and XE1KK, many  of  whom
are inductees of the CQ DX Hall of Fame.  Learn  the  secrets  of  operating
techniques for working DX, optimizing stations & antennas for  DXing,  about
propagation, information sources,  awards,  and  ethics,  remote  operating,
QSLing and much more. You will also  get  the  DXpeditioner's  view  of  how
DXers should operate to get into the log. Complete information can be  found
at www.dxuniversity.com; registration will begin on  2  January  2012.  [TNX

DXCC NEWS ---> E44PM (Palestine, 2011  operation)  and  5N6/YL2SW  (Nigeria)
have been approved for DXCC credit. The latter had been on  hold  pending  a
review of the status of  the  location  (in  accordance  with  DXCC  rule  8
regarding it being "land-based"). If you had credit for  5N6/YL2SW  rejected
in the past, send a note to bmoore[@]arrl.org to have your  record  updated.
You can see the results when the change has been  done  to  your  record  by
checking your LoTW account or, the DXCC daily numbers. [TNX NC1L]

HS0AC ---> The Northern California  DX  Foundation  announced  a  "Christmas
gift" of $500 to help rebuild and re-equip  the  Radio  Amateur  Society  of
Thailand's HS0AC Club station that was destroyed by recent flooding  [425DXN
The three towers and multi-band yagis were not harmed, the clubhouse  itself
can be refurbished and used again, and the HS0AC  computer  logs  are  safe.
However, there are no  surviving  radios:  14  rigs  were  lost  along  with
amplifiers  and  all  other  devices  (read  the  "HS0AC  Horror  Story"  at
HS0AC is appealing to the world to help re-build. The  goal  is  to  get  at
least one complete station replaced as soon  as  possible,  but  replacement
will expand as funding is available. This station is open for  operation  by
any licensed  amateur,  from  anywhere,  and  for  decades  has  represented
Thailand in contests and as a first HS  DX  contact.  Please  help  Thailand
hams by donating any amount via PayPal (donate[@]rast.or.th). All  donations
will go entirely to rebuilding the station.

IOTA  NEWS  --->  The  following  operations  (January-December  2011)  have
provided acceptable validation material and are therefore approved for  IOTA
AF-068    5C2B         Herne Island (September 2011)
AF-068    5C2J         Herne Island (September 2011)
AF-068    5C2P         Herne Island (September 2011)
AF-068    5C2S         Herne Island (September 2011)
AF-068    CN8QY/p      Herne Island (September 2011)
AF-093    J5NAR/p      Jeta Island (February 2011)
AS-073    9M2/IZ1MHY   Redang Island (September/October 2011)
AS-191    7Z7AA        Jabal Al Lith Island (November 2011)
EU-069    EG5CI        Columbretes Islands (April 2011)
EU-189    MM0RAI/p     Isle of Rockall (October 2011)
NA-184    K6VVA/6      St George Reef (April 2011)
NA-232    KL7RRC       St Matthew Island (July 2011)
NA-242    K6VVA/KL7    Point Lay Barrier Island (July 2011)
OC-101    P29VCX       St John's Island, Feni Islands (April 2011)
OC-117    P29VCX       Misima Island, Louisiade Archipelago (April 2011)
OC-136    F9IE/VK3/p   Phillip Island (February 2011)
OC-139    F9IE/VK5/p   Kangaroo Island (March 2011)
OC-231    P29VLR       Nissan Island, Green Islands (April 2011)
OC-232    4W6A         Atauro Island (September 2011)
OC-239    YB0MWM/9     Doom Island (October 2011)
OC-239    YB9WZJ/p     Doom Island (October 2011)
OC-240    P29VCX       Loloata Island (April 2011)
OC-257    P29NI        Nuguria Islands (April 2011)
SA-031    CE9/PA3EXX   Herschel Island, Hermite Islands (January 2011)
SA-031    CE9/VE3LYC   Herschel Island, Hermite Islands (January 2011)
SA-045    PQ8OP        Parazinho Island (August 2011)
SA-045    PQ8XB        Parazinho Island (August 2011)
SA-095    CE4A         Pupuya Island (November 2011)
SA-097    CE9/PA3EXX   Gonzalo Island, Diego Ramirez Islands (January 2011)
SA-097    CE9/VE3LYC   Gonzalo Island, Diego Ramirez Islands (January 2011)
The list includes operations  where  validation  material  was  specifically
required for credit to be given, as  well  as  operations  where  validation
material was volunteered. In all cases, cards submitted will be accepted  by
Checkpoints if they meet normal standards (i.e. the island  name  should  be
printed on the card). [TNX www.g3kma.dsl.pipex.com]

MOST WANTED SURVEY ---> The DX Magazine's  annual  Most  Wanted  Survey  was
conducted in September-October 2011 [425DXN 1062]. The top 20 DXCC  Entities
1.  P5    North Korea                11. VK0   Macquarie Island
2.  KP1   Navassa Island             12. HK0   Malpelo Island
3.  3Y    Bouvet Island              13. FT5T  Tromelin Island
4.  VK0   Heard Island               14. SV/A  Mount Athos
5.  7O    Yemen                      15. ZL9   Auckland & Campbell Isls
6.  FT5Z  Amsterdam & St. Paul Isls  16. PY0S  St. Peter & Paul Rocks
7.  FT5W  Crozet Isls                17. KH5   Palmyra & Jarvis Isls
8.  BS7H  Scarborough Reef           18. KH5K  Kingman Reef
9.  VP8   South Sandwich Isls        19. KH9   Wake Island
10. ZS8  Marion Island               20. FT5J/E Juan de Nova Isl, Europa Isl
The 100 Most Wanted listing,  with  the  results  of  the  2010  survey  for
comparison, is expected to be posted  to  www.dxpub.com/dx_news.html  around
15 January.  The  complete  breakdown  by  continent  is  available  in  the
January/February 2011 issue of "The DX Magazine"; a breakdown by  mode  will
be published in the March/April issue.

QSL 9J2CA  ---> "I have just resumed QSL managership  for  James,  9J2CA  in
Lusaka, Zambia", Phil G3SWH says. "James is mainly QRV on the digital  modes
with the occasional foray  on  to  CW".  QSL  direct  (Phil  Whitchurch,  21
Dickensons Grove, Congresbury, Bristol, BS49 5HQ, United Kingdom)  or  LoTW.
An on-line log search can be found at www.g3swh.org.uk/9j2ca.html

QSL JX5O ---> Members of the  JX5O  team  report  that  "due  to  unforeseen
circumstances", Stan, SQ8X, will be  delaying  the  sending  of  QSLs  until
sometime in January at  the  earliest.  Updates  on  this  issue  should  be
forthcoming on the JX5O website (http://janmayen2011.org/) [TNX KA3NRX]

QSL  MANAGER  OFFERED  --->  Juan  Carlos,  EA7HBC  (ea7hbc[@]gmail.com)  is
willing to offer his services (including the QSL cards colour  printing)  to
any amateur radio station in need. [TNX EA7HBC]

US POSTAL RATES ---> Effective 22  January  2012  the  U.S.  Postal  Service
(www.usps.com) will implement a  postage  rate  increase  for  most  mailing
services. The rates for First-Class Mail International letters up  to  1  oz
(28 grams) will be as follows:
Canada and Mexico    USD 0.85
Rest of the world    USD 1.05

VE POSTAL RATES ---> Canadian postal rates will rise again on 16 January.
The new base prices for standard letter items up to 30g are as follows:
Canada         CAD 0.61
U.S.A.         CAD 1.05
International  CAD 1.80
Please note that stamps are subject to taxes that can vary from Province  to
Province. Actual rates can be calculated through the "Find a  Rate"  on-line
service provided by Canada Post (www.canadapost.ca).

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                         ******* QSL  ROUTES *******
                          Edited by  I1JQJ & IK1ADH
                        Direttore Responsabile  I2VGW

CALL        MANAGER     CALL        MANAGER     CALL        MANAGER
3W7W        W3HNK       DR60BENE    DG2MEL      NP4A        W3HNK
3Z50HK      SP5ZRW      DU1/JJ5GMJ  JH5RXS      OD5PY       KU9C
3Z85LKK     SP8AUP      E51AND      AB7FS       OF150M      OH8DR
4L5O        N3SL        E51EME      ZL1RS       OG73X       OH8L
4L6DL       LZ1OT       EA1CYK/p    EA7LS       OH9SCL      OH9UV
4S7BRG      LZ3HI       EA6/G3SZU   M0OXO       ON44NUTS    ON4RCA
4S7KKG      DC0KK       EA8OM       DJ1OJ       OY1OF       M0URX
4T100MP     OA4O        EK3GM       IK2QPR      PA30BR      PA1BR
5B8AD       W3HNK       EK6TA       DJ0MCZ      PG65ISWL    PA0FAW
5H3CMG      ZR6CMG      EL2DT       EL2FM       PJ7TM       K2GSJ
5N4EAM      IK2IQD      EM0RSE      UZ9RR       R650FN      UA4FU
5R8AL       G3SWH       EM1000USK   UT8UF       RI1ANC      RN1ON
5R8UI       IZ8CCW      EM20LTD     UR3LTD      S5530N      S55N
5R8XB       ON8XB       EN70JFD     UU4JWC      SC0XMAS     SM0OGQ
5V7MA       F4FOO       EO12WFS     UR5WA       SF6DX       SM6FUD
5V7SI       JA1PBV      EO20HC      UT2HC       SN225DT     SP8KKM
7X5QB       EA7FTR      EO20UM      UT0UM       SN225LDT    SQ9DEN
7Z1HL       DJ9ZB       ER4DX       RA4LW       SP0CFF      SP2FAP
7Z1SJ       EA7FTR      EX2X        EA5KB       SP9YFF/P    SQ9IDG
8J1R        JA1YSW      EX8VZ       RW6HS       ST2AR       S53R
8Q7LO       HB9SLO      FG4NN       NI5DX       SV0XCC/9    LZ1YE
8S7A        W3HNK       FK8GX       W3HNK       T32TV       KH6CG
9A04JB      9A3JB       FM5BH       W3HNK       T6BP        9A6AA
9G5SI       JA1PBV      FM5CD       F5VU        T88XC       JA0FKK
9J2BO       G3TEV       FM5WD       W3HNK       T8CW        JH0IXE
9K2/SP4R    SP7DQR      FM5WE       K4FJ        TC1ACAT     TA0U
9K2UU       EA5ZD       G4FOC       G3SWH       TC9SAM      TA1HZ
9L1BTB      SP7BTB      HA40KKC     HA5MA       TF3CW       LX1NO
9Q6AL       DF9TA       HB10K       EA7FTR      TG9NX       N4FKZ
9Q6CC       CX2CC       HB9WFF/p    HB9FBI      TM8SOE      F8DFO
9X0PY       SM6CPY      HC2SL       EA5KB       TM90RCNF    F8KKH
A41KJ       NI5DX       HF225DT     SP9PTA      TR0A/p      SM7EHU
A41MX       EB7DX       HF6WGC      SP6CES      TR8CA       F6CBC
A52ATV      JA4ATV      HG15IPA     HA3JB       UK8IZ       RW6HS
A61AS       YO3FRI      HG200LST    HA5GY       UK8OM       4Z5OG
A61BK       NI5DX       HG5MORSE    HA5BA       UK8OWW      4Z5OG
A61BK       NI5DX       HH2/HB9AMO  PA7FM       UN1L        W3HNK
A61LL       EA5ZD       HR9/WQ7R    K5WW        UN7AB       DL8KAC
A61Q        EA7FTR      HV50VR      I0JBL       UN9L        LZ1YE
A61R        EA7FTR      HZ1AN       DJ9ZB       UP0L        DL8KAC
A65BP       UA6MF       HZ1DG       EA7FTR      UP20BEW     UN7BEW
A65CA       RV6AJJ      HZ1DS       DJ9ZB       UP20CC      EA5KB
A65CB       EB7DX       HZ1FI       DL2RMC      UP20CH      UN7CH
A65EE       IZ8CLM      HZ1MD       EA7FTR      UP20GW      UN9GW
A71CT       EA7FTR      HZ1PS       IZ8CLM      UP20IT      UN7IT
AH0J        JA1NVF      II0MZ       IW0EFA      UP20LU      UN9LU
AL7DB       NI5DX       II2ITAL     IK2AQZ      UP20LWZ     RW6HS
AU50GOA     VU2SMS      II4LXV      IZ4OUL      UP20N       UN7NFD
BA5HAM      IK2DUW      II4PRI      IZ1JKW      UP20NR      UN7NR
BO100       BM2JCC      IQ3LE       IZ3DBA      UP20PT      UN8PT
BQ100       BM2JCC      J28AA       K2PF        UP20RK      UN7Z
BU100       BM2JCC      J28RO       F8DFP       UP20T       UN6T
BV100       BV2KI       J69KZ       W3HNK       UP4L        UN7LZ
BV100ROC    BM2JCC      JD1BLY      JI5RPT      V25RV       JN1RVS
BW100       BM2JCC      JD1BMH      JG7PSJ      V5/DK1CE    DH3WO
C31CT       EA3QS       JY4CI       K2AX        VK0TH       JE1LET
C6ANM       WA2IYO      KC4AAA      K1IED       VK6ANC      VK6IR
CE2/VE7SV   VE7WY       KC4USV      K1IED       VK6ARI      VK6HZ
CE9VPM      CE3VPM      KG4AJ       NI5DX       VK8NSB      M0URX
CM8AKD      EA7FTR      KH2/N2NL    W2YC        VP8DMH      M0PRL
CN8KD       EA5XX       KH7Y        EA5GL       VQ9JC       ND9M
CO6LC       EA5GL       KL7J        N3SL        VU2UR       SM3DBU
CO6LP       EA5GL       KL7SB       NI5DX       W1S         K1NIU
CO6RD       8P9NX       KP3A        W3HNK       WH0AU       JP3WAU
CO8LY       EA7ADH      KP4BD       EA7FTR      XE1B        EB7DX
CP4BT       EA5KB       KP4ED       EB7DX       XE2B        EA5OL
CT3AS       DL3BK       KP4EIT      EA5GL       XU7ACY      W2EN
CX2AQ       EA5KB       KP4JRS      EA7FTR      XU7TZG      ON7PP
CX7BZ       CX2ABC      KP4MS       W4DN        XV4Y        OK1DOT
D2GT        N4GTE       LA1941MR    LA7J        YB0AKM      EA7FTR
D2QR        RW6HS       LX8RTTY     LX1DA       YI1RZ       IK2DUW
D2QV        UT0EA       LY2011XMAS  LY2QT       YI9EO       N4EO
DF0DLFF     DL7AFS      LZ85R       LZ1BJ       YT16IARU    YU1EA
DP1POL      DL1ZBO      NH7O        EA5GL       Z21LS       DE1ZHB
DQ1175E     DL5DCL      NL7G        OK1DOT      ZF2HZ       K9HZ
DR1050EB    DL2VM       NL8F        K8NA        ZL3RG       9A3JB
DR40AGCW    DL1AH       NP3CW       EB7DX       ZT1T        ZS1AFS

3DA0TM   Andy Cory, P O Box 1033, Mbabane, Swaziland
7X4AN    Mohamed Boukhiar, P.O. Box 30133, 08080 Barcelona, Spain
EA5GL    Pedro Miguel Ronda Monsell, C/ Maximiliano Thous 16-24, 46009
         Valencia, Spain
EA5KB    Jose Ardid Arlandis, P.O. Box 5013, 46080 Valencia, Spain
EA7FTR   Francisco Lianez Suero, Asturias 23, 21110 Aljaraque (Huelva),
EB7DX    David Lianez Fernandez, P.O. Box 163, 21080 Huelva, Spain
EL2FM    Joe Brown, 2 Orbel Street, London, SW11 3NZ, United Kingdom
F4FOO    Arnaud Menuel, 18 rue de Surgale, 10220 Rouilly Sacey, France
JA1PBV   Sadao Ito, 3-8-12 Baraki, Ishioka-Shi, Ibaraki-Ken, 315-0042, Japan
JE1LET   Masahiko Otokozawa, 985-7 Kuno, Odawara-shi, Kanagawa-ken,
         250-0055, Japan
JG7PSJ   Hiroyuki Kawanobe, 1-4-1 Mikamine, Taihaku-ku, Sendai-shi,
         Miyagi-ken, 982-0826, Japan
JH5RXS   Yukio Nishioka, 261-2 Kanaji, Nankoku-shi, Kochi-ken, 783-0035,
JI5RPT   Makoto Koyanagi, 1-13-607 Mitsuzawakami-machi, Kanagawa-ku,
         Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken, 221-0856, Japan
M0PRL    Mike Clarke, 17 Southern Drive, Hull HU4 6TR, United Kingdom
NI5DX    William M. Loeschman, 717 Milton, Angleton TX 77515, USA
VK6HZ    John Ferrington, 54 View St, North Perth WA 6006, Australia
W3HNK    Joseph L. Arcure, 115 Buck Run Road, Lincoln University PA 19352,
XU7SSB   Hiroo Yonezuka, Box DD 153, Huang Sathai, Vientiane, Laos


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