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30 May 2009                                               A.R.I. DX Bulletin
                                   No 943
                         *** 4 2 5  D X  N E W S ***
                         ****  DX  INFORMATION  ****
                          Edited by  I1JQJ & IK1ADH
                        Direttore Responsabile  I2VGW

7X     - Special event station 7U2ISM will be active  from  Djelfa,  Algeria
         between 16 June and 6 July  for  the  International  Amateur  Radio
         Meeting that will take place on  15-21  June.  The  event  will  be
         hosted by the Amateurs Radio Algeriens (the Algerian IARU  society)
         and the Radio Club of Djelfa (7X2VFK). A  multi-national  group  of
         operators will be active on 160-10 metres CW  and  SSB,  with  some
         activity on RTTY, SSTV and BPSK. QSL direct to 7X2DD. [TNX DB1JAW]
8Q     - Nobby, G0VJG will be active as 8Q7CQ from the Maldives (AS-013)  on
         1-15 June. He will spend his honeymoon  on  Kuredu  Island  and  he
         plans to operate holiday style on the HF bands SSB.  He  will  also
         give 6m a try. QSL via G4DFI. [TNX NG3K]
C6     - Mark/NA6M, Renee/N5RNA,  Craig/W5TSN,  Judy/KC5VVN  and  Scott/K2CK
         will be active as C6AMS from Nassau (NA-001) Bahamas on 1-14  June.
         They plan to operate SSB, CW and digital  modes  on  160-10  metres
         with two or three stations. QSL via NA6M. Further  information  and
         log search at http://www.c6ams.com/ [TNX The Daily DX]
E5_sc  - Nigel, G4KIU has moved to Rarotonga (OC-013), South  Cook  Islands,
         where he holds the call E51SC. He  plans  to  be  active  on  80-10
         metres SSB, RTTY, PSK31 and some CW. QSL direct to  Nigel  Peacock,
         P.O. Box 880, Rarotonga, Cook  Islands  via  New  Zealand,  or  via
         G4KIU through the RSGB bureau. He will upload his logs to  LoTW  on
         a weekly basis. [TNX The Daily DX]
EA     - George, EC2ADN and Christian, EA3NT will be active  as  EG3FI  from
         the Formigues (Hormigas) Islands (EU-078)  on  6-7  June.  QSL  via
         EA3NT, direct or bureau.
F      - In June-July 1944 the BBC war correspondents used the tower of  the
         castle at Creully as a radio studio, from where the  first  reports
         of  the  Battle  of  Normandy  were  broadcast.  Look  for  special
         callsign TM5BBC to be aired again from Creully on  4-12  June.  QSL
         via F2UW. [TNX F5NQL]
F      - Commemorating the 65th anniversary of  the  World  War  II  "D-Day"
         landings in Normandy (6 June 1944), the  following  activities  are
         expected to take place from France. The South Flanders DX  Activity
         Group will operate as F/ON6JUN/P from Ranville  on  3-8  June  (QSL
         via ON5SD, direct or bureau. Henk/PA0HFT and  Hans/PA0WYS  will  be
         active as F/PA65DDAY from Juno Beach, near  Courseulles-sur-Mer  on
         5-8 June (QSL via PA0HFT,  direct  or  bureau).  Michel/F6IPS  will
         operate as TM6SME from Emondeville, close to Sainte-Mere-Eglise  on
         5-14 June (QSL via F6IPS, direct or bureau). [TNX F5NQL]
F      - Pierre, F5AAR and Alain, F5OZC will be active  as  homecall/p  from
         Yeu Island (EU-064) on 3-5 June. They will operate SSB  and  CW  on
         10-80 metres. [TNX F6AJA and Les Nouvelles DX]
F      - Robert, F5HTR and Roger, F5LKW will be active  as  homecall/p  from
         Riou Island (EU-095) on 8 June. They will operate QRP on  +/-  7032
         kHz. [TNX F6AJA and Les Nouvelles DX]
F      - Jean-Marc, F5SGI  will  be  active  from  Belle-Ile  (EU-048,  DIFM
         AT-015) on 19-31 July. He plans to operate CW on 80-6  metres,  and
         to participate in the IOTA Contest. QSL via home  call,  direct  or
         bureau. [TNX F5SGI]
FS     - John, K9EL will  be  active  as  FS/K9EL  from  French  St.  Martin
         (NA-105) on 4-12 June. It will be a family vacation and John  plans
         to operate "whenever possible" on 10-80 metres CW,  SSB  and  RTTY.
         QSL via home call, direct or bureau. [TNX K9EL]
GM     - Col, MM0NDX will be active as MM0NDX/p (QSL via M0URX) from  Hirta,
         St. Kilda Islands (EU-059) on  24-27  July.  He  plans  to  operate
         holiday style on 80-10 metres SSB, and to take  part  in  the  IOTA
         Contest as GM5A (QSL via GM4FDM). The  website  for  the  operation
         can be found at http://eu059.wordpress.com/
I      - Italian  stations participating in the Museum  Ships  Weekend  (6-7
         June) include II3JD (QSL via IW3IE) from  the  submarine  "Dandolo"
         at the Italian Navy Museum in Venice, and  IY1SP  (QSL  via  I1SAF)
         from the Italian Navy Museum in La Spezia. Also  look  for  II2IGTO
         (submarine "Toti", QSL via IQ2MI) to be active for the IARU  Region
         1 Field Day over the same weekend. [TNX IT9MRM]
IS0    - Massimo, I0PNM will be active as IM0/I0PNM from San  Pietro  Island
         (EU-165) on 8-16 June. He plans to operate mainly PSK31 on  20  and
         40 metres. QSL via home call. [TNX I0PNM]
JW     - Jan/OK1JK,  Jiri/OK1JST,  Pavel/OK1IPS  and  Jiri/OK1IEC  will   be
         active as JW/homecall from Longyearbyen (EU-026), Svalbard on  5-15
         June. They will operate CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK. QSL via home  calls.
         [TNX OK1JK]
KL     - The KL7RRC IOTA expedition to  the  Delarof  Islands  (NA-233,  new
         one), originally scheduled  in  late  July  [425DXN  935],  is  now
         expected to take place  around  mid-June.  The  operators  (Johnny,
         KE7V and Yuri, N3QQ) will reach Adak (NA-039) on 7  June  and  wait
         for the cargo ship "Coastal Merchant" to call  at  port  (estimated
         time  of  arrival  is  11  June).  While  on  Adak  they  plan   to
         concentrate on 6m operations towards North America and  Japan,  and
         to look for a charter boat. If they are able to find it, they  plan
         to operate from Ogliuga Island on 14-19 June.  Otherwise,  if  they
         have to catch a ride on the "Coastal Merchant", they  will  go  and
         operate for only 24-36 hours from Gareloi Island between 12 and  14
         June. QSL via UA9OBA (Russia and  Europe)  or  N7RO  (others).  The
         website for the operation is at http://www.na-233.ucoz.com/
OE     - The Vienna International Centre Amateur Radio  Club  (4U1VIC)  will
         operate two special event callsigns in the  coming  months.  4U1WED
         will be QRV in June to celebrate the World Environment  Day,  while
         4U30VIC  will  be  used  in  July-December   to    celebrate    the
         International Centre's  30th  anniversary.  QSL  via  4U1VIC.  [TNX
OH0    - Marq, CT1BWW will be active as OH0/CT1BWW from  the  Aland  Islands
         (EU-002) from 26 July to 6 August. He  will  operate  CW,  SSB  and
         RTTY on 80-10 metres. A side trip to  Market  Reef  (EU-053)  might
         take place on 1 August. QSL via home call, direct  or  bureau.  The
         website is at http://www.geocities.com/oh0ct1bww/ [TNX CT1BWW]
OZ     - Andy, DL4OK will be active as OZ/NX1S  from  Romo  Island  (EU-125)
         from 30 May to 6 June. He plans to operate  holiday  style  running
         100 watts into a  vertical  and  dipoles.  QSL  via  DL4OK,  bureau
         preferred. [TNX DXNL]
PA     - Robert,  DC2KN   will  be  active  as  PA/DC2KN  from  Terschelling
         (EU-038) on 28-31 May. He  plans  to  operate  during  his  evening
         hours only. QSL cards will be  sent  automatically  via  GlobalQSL,
         but Robert would appreciate return cards. [TNX DC2KN]
PA     - Special event station PA6JEROEN will be active on  4-14  June  from
         Noordwijk  to  celebrate  the  reopening  to  the  public  of   the
         800-year-old bell tower of St Jeroenskerk  (St.  George's  Church).
         QSL via PA7DA, bureau preferred. [TNX K1XN]
S9     - Georg, DK7LX will be active holiday style as S92LX  from  Sao  Tome
         (AF-023) on 13-25 June. He will operate CW only  on  80-10  metres.
         QSL  via  home  call,  direct  or  bureau  (Georg  welcomes  e-mail
         requests for bureau cards, see http://www.qrz.com/db/s92lx). A  log
         search will be available at www.logsearch.de [TNX DK7LX]
SM     - Bernd, DL8AAV will be active as SD1B/7 from Oland  Island  (EU-037)
         from 31 May to 12 June. He will operate SSB only on the  HF  bands.
         QSL via DL8AAV. [TNX www.rsgbiota.org]
SV     - Special  callsign   SY2DDAY  will  be  activated  on  4-7  June  to
         commemorate the 65th  anniversary  of  the  World  War  II  "D-Day"
         landings in Normandy. QSL direct to SV2KBB.
TA     - Berkin, TA3J will be operate CW, SSB and digital  modes  as  either
         TA3J/7 and TA7KI from the city of Erzincan until 2  June.  QSL  via
         TA3YJ. [TNX TA3YJ]
TK    -  Silvia/EA1AP,  Alberto/EA1SA,  John/EA3GHZ,    Alicia/EA5EWM, Raul/
         EA5KA and Paco/EA5RU will be active as TK9X  from  Corsica (EU-014)
         from 25 July to 1 August. They plan  to operate SSB, CW and digital
         modes on 10-160  metres.   QSL  via  EA4URE,  direct or bureau. The
         website  for the operation is at http://www.dxciting.com/tk9/  [TNX
UA     - Nick/UA6MM, Konstantin/UA6LIC, Vlad/RV6LFH and Alex/RX6LG  will  be
         active as UE6LHP (QSL via UA6MM) and UE1RLH/6 (QSL via RA1QY)  from
         Beglitskiy Lighthouse between 29 May and  7  June.  Information  on
         the awards sponsored by the Taganrog  DX  Expedition  Club  can  be
         found at www.ua6mm.narod.ru; details  on  the  Russian  Lighthouses
         Award can be found on the Russian Robinson Club's  new  website  at
         http://robinsons.ru [TNX UA6MM and RA1QY]
UA     - Serge, RZ3AMW expects  to  be  active  as  RZ3AMW/1  from  Ryashkov
         Island (EU-162) from 15 June to 2 July. He plans to operate  mainly
         CW on 20 and 40 metres. QSL via home call, direct or  bureau.  [TNX
UR     - Special callsign EM15DIG will be activated from  1  June  until  31
         July to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Ukrainian  branch  of
         the Diplom Interessen Gruppe. QSL via  UY5AA.  Information  on  the
         relevant    "UR-15-DIG"    award    can    be       found        at
         http://arc.sumy.net/taxonomy_menu/1/32 [TNX UY5AA]
VE     - The Westcoast Amateur Radio Association will be active  as  VE7IYOA
         from Victoria, British Columbia throughout June. Most  activity  is
         likely to concentrate  during  the  weekends,  including  the  ARRL
         Field Day on 27-28 June.  The  special  callsign  commemorates  the
         International Year of Astronomy. QSL via VE7DAO.
VE     - Gregg, VE3ZZ and Noel, VE2BR will operate from VY2TT's  station  on
         Prince Edward Island (NA-029, CIsA  PE-001)  on  15-27  July.  They
         will participate in the IOTA Contest as VY2Z (QSL to VE3ZZ),  while
         outside the IOTA  event  they  will  be  active  as  VE3ZZ/VY2  and
         VE2BR/VY2 (QSL via home calls, direct or bureau). [TNX VE3ZZ]
VE     - John, VE8EV will be active as VC8B  from  Sachs  Harbour  on  Banks
         Island (NA-129) on 24-27  July,  IOTA  Contest  included.  He  will
         operate SSB only, mostly on 20 metres. QSL via  home  call,  direct
         or bureau. Bookmark http://ve8ev.blogspot.com/search/label/IOTA for
W     -  Al/WA4EWV,  Bill/K5YG, Bob/WN2E, Bruce/N5SIX, Daniel/KE5KDM, Danny/
         N5OMG and Marshall/K5QE will be active as  K5N  from Burwood Island
         (USi LA-105S) on  29-31 May.  They  will  be  operating  from  rare
         grid EL58 with three stations, two on  6  metres  and  one on 80-10
         metres. QSL via W5TFW. The web pages for the operation can be found
         at http://www.kcvhfgridbandits.com/kc_vhf_grid_bandits_018.htm [TNX

CQ WW   WPX CW   CONTEST  --->  The following stations have announced  their
participation in this year's event (30-31 May):
Call         Category        DXCC            QSL VIA
3G1C         SOAB LP         Chile           CE1KR
3V8SS        SOAB LP         Tunisia         IZ8CCW
3V9A         SOAB HP         Tunisia         YT1AD
4J0K                         Azerbaijan      RW6HS
4K3K                         Azerbaijan      RW6HS
4L0A         SOAB HP         Georgia         EA7FTR
4L8A         SOSB 20m        Georgia         K1BV
4M5IR        SOSB 80M        Venezuela       YV5KG
5B4AII       M/S             Cyprus          RW3RN
8P5A         SOAB HP         Barbados        NN1N
9A800VZ      M/?             Croatia         9A7A
AH0AA        SO LP           Mariana Isls    JR2SCJ
AH2Y         M/S             Guam            HL1IWD
AN8R         M/M             Canary Isls     EA8AY
C4I          M/?             Cyprus          LZ2HM
C4N          M/S             Cyprus          W3HNK
C6AKU        M/2             Bahamas         K5WW
CS9L         M/S             Madeira Isls    DJ6QT
CU2X         SO              Azores          OH2BH
E21EIC       SO LP           Thailand        E21EIC
E7DX         M/S     Bosnia & Herzegovina    E77E
EE2W         M/S             Spain           EB2BXL
EF8M         SOAB HP         Canary Is       UA3DX
EJ6DX        SOSB 40m        Ireland         RX3RC
G1A          SOAB HP         England         M0DXR
GJ3WW        SO LP           Jersey          G0DEZ
HC8N         SOAB            Galapagos Isls  W5UE
IO4T         SOAB            Italy           IZ4JMA
IR1Y         M/S             Italy           IK1YDB
IR9Y         M/S             Italy (Sicily)  IT9ABY
IU9T         SOAB            Italy (Sicily)  IT9GSF
J48HW                        Greece          HA0HW
KP2B         SOAB LP         Virgin Isls     EA7FTR
LN3Z         M/S             Norway          LA9VDA
LR2F         M/S             Argentina       LU2FA
LS1D         M/S             Argentina       LW9EOC
LX7I         M/2             Luxembourg      LX2A
LY7A         M/M             Lithuania       LY2ZO
LZ8E         SOAB HP         Bulgaria        LZ2BE
LZ9W         M/M             Bulgaria        LZ1PM
NP2SH        M/2             US Virgin Isls  K9CS
OF200AD      SOSB 20m        Finland         OH5AD
OG50F        SO              Finland         OH1NOA
OG5M         SOSB 40M        Finland         OH5XT
OH0EC                        Aland Isls      DL1EKC
OH0Z         M/S             Aland Isls      W0MM
OH8X         SO              Finland         OH2UA
OT5W         SOSB 40M        Belgium         ON4RU
PQ4F         SO              Brazil          PY4FQ
PR1T         M/S             Brazil          PY1ZV
PR5W         SOAB            Brazil          PY5FB
PT4C         SO              Brazil          PY4XX
RK3K         M/S             Russia (EU)     RK3QWW
RL4R         SOSB 40m        Russia (EU)     RW4PL
SD40JZ       SO              Sweden          SM5DJZ
SV9COL       SOAB LP         Crete           SV9COL
SY2WT                        Greece          SV2FPU
TA3KZ        M/S             Turkey          TA3KZ
TA7KI        SOSB 20m        Turkey          TA3YJ
TC4X         SO              Turkey          OH2BH
TI5N         M/2             Costa Rica      W3HNK
TM6M         M/S             France          F6KHM
UU7J         M/?             Ukraine         UU0JM
UZ2M         M/S             Ukraine         US0LW
VC2A         M/S             Canada          VE3TA
VC6T                         Canada          VE6SV
VC6X                         Canada          VE6BF
VE3DZ/VP9    SOAB LP         Bermuda         VE3DZ
VK6AA        SOSB 40m        Australia       DL8YR
XU7XXX       SO LP           Cambodia        KC0W
YM3D         SOAB            Turkey          TA3D
YN2GY        SOAB LP         Nicaragua       K9GY
YP6C         SOAB            Romania         YO6VCB
ZM1A         M/2             New Zealand     ZL1AMO
ZW5B         M/M             Brazil          K3IRV
Do not  forget  to  give  a    look  at  the  Announced  Operations  listing
maintained  by  Bill, NG3K at  http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/wpxc2009.html - good
contest to you all!

                         *** 4 2 5  D X  N E W S ***
                         ****  GOOD TO KNOW ... ****
                          Edited by  I1JQJ & IK1ADH
                        Direttore Responsabile  I2VGW

AUSTRALIAN SHIRES ---> Organized by the Oceania Amateur Radio DX Group,  the
Australian Shires Contest will be held on 6-7 June, from 6 UTC to 6 UTC,  on
80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 metres SSB and  CW.  The  objective  is  for  amateurs
around the world to contact as many VK shires as  possible.  Information  on
this event, as well as on the Worked All VK Shires Award, can  be  found  at
www.vkshires.info [TNX K1XN and The Golist]

DXCC NEWS ---> 7Z1CQ, Saudi Arabia (current  operation)  has  been  approved
for DXCC credit. If you had this operation rejected in a  DXCC  application,
send an e-mail to dxcc@arrl.org to be  placed  on  the  list  to  have  your
account updated. [TNX NC1L]

EK6LP ---> Should you have any question about EK6LP's logs on  LoTW,  please
refrain from emailing Aram and write to IK2DUW  instead.  Antonello  is  the
QSL manager for Aram and takes care of the uploads to LoTW. [TNX IK2DUW]

MUSEUM SHIPS WEEKEND ---> Sponsored by the  Battleship  New  Jersey  Amateur
Radio Station (NJ2BB), this year's Museum Ships Weekend will  be  held  from
00.00 UTC on 6 June until 23.59 UTC on the 7th. Information  on  the  event,
including the relevant certificate and the listing of  participating  ships,
can be found at http://www.nj2bb.org/

NOT THE MANAGER ---> Andy, SP6GVU  says  he  is  receiving  many  cards  for
contacts made with 9V1UV on FSK and BPSK. He is not and has never  been  the
QSL manager  9V1UV,  and  has  no  idea  where  the  wrong  route  may  have
originated from.

PORTUGAL ---> New  regulations will  become effective  in Portugal on 1 June
2009.  While existing licence categories (A, B, and C) are maintained, there
will  be  three new  licence classes (1, 2 and 3) for those who get licensed
after 1 June.  Current "ordinary"  callsigns will  be kept as they are,  but
special  events  (including contests) will be issued with callsigns from the
new series. The new prefix allocations are as follows:
Portugal    CT7, CS7, CR7 (depending on licence class)
Azores      CT8, CS8, CR8 (depending on licence class)
Madeira     CT9, CS9, CR9 (depending on licence class)
Portugal    CQ0, CS5; CR0 (civil defence)
Azores      CQ1, CS4; CR0 (civil defence)
Madeira     CQ2, CS3; CR0 (civil defence)
Portugal    CQ7, CR5, CR6, CS2
Azores      CQ8, CR1, CR2
Madeira     CQ3, CQ9, CR3
Foreign amateurs who go and operate under a CEPT licence will  have  to  use
CT7/homecall from Portugal, CT8/homecall from the  Azores  and  CT9/homecall
from Madeira. CEPT "novice" licencees will have to use  CS7/hc,  CS8/hc  and
CS9/hc  as   appropriate.    The   new   legislation   can   be   found   at

ZK2V ---> Chris, ZL1CT/GM3WOJ says he made 6100 QSOs in nine days "which  is
a bit disappointing". Conditions are poor - he made  only  one  QSO  on  160
metres and two QSOs on 80 metres, so  he  is  concentrating  on  the  higher
bands. Openings to Europe are  often  short  with  weak  signals,  which  is
lowering the QSO rate, but signals from JA and the USA have been strong.
Chris has got a special permit to operate on 60 metres, from  11  UTC  on  1
June until 11 UTC on the 8th. He can transmit only on 5403.5  kHz  (USB  for
USA, CW for rest of world), but will listen on 5371.5 or another channel.
The website (www.zk2v.com) is updated nearly every day - there is an  online
logsearch and all QSOs are uploaded to LoTW every few days.  QSL  via  N3SL,
direct or bureau. [TNX ZK2V]

+ SILENT KEYS +  Recently  reported  Silent  Keys  include  Roberto  Tortora
(IZ0GKN), Jan  Kikkert  (PA0IJM),  Nikolaj  N.  Fedorov  (UA3WFN)  and  John
Bearsby (VK6JB).


QSLs received direct or through managers: 3D2OU, 3W9JR, 4K9W, 4L6DL,  4S7NE,
4U1UN, 4V4JR, 5N/LZ1QK, 5T5JA, 5U7JB, 6W/DL4JS, 6W1SE, 8Q7DV, 8Q7HN,  8Q7SC,
9A6M, 9L0W, 9L1DX, 9M2AX, 9U0A, A52DT, A61Q, BD7NWF,  C31CT,  CE9XX,  CP6AA,
FS/W3FF, FS/WW5L, FT5YJ/P (AN-006), FW5ZL, H44MS (OC-047),  H7/K9NW,  HC1MD,
HC8N,  HH4/K4QD,  HI3/LY3UM,  HK0/EA7HEJ,  HV0A,  J28JA,  J6/W5JON,  J79XBI,
K6PV (NA-066), KH0PR, KH7XS, KL7J, KL7Y, KP3Z, LA9SN/P  (EU-056),  LX/DL6WT,
MD0CCE, MI0SRR, MU0FAL (EU-114), NP2SH, NP4Z, OD5NJ,  OH9A  (EU-173),  OX2A,
OZ/DO1BEN (EU-029),  OZ1CTK,  PJ5NA,  RW0CN,  S51CK,  S79MV,  SU1SK,  SU9BN,
SV5/OM5AW, SV9/DJ7RJ, SX8WT (EU-072),  T27A,  T27OU,  T30XX,  T31DX,  T33ZZ,
TR8IG, TS7C (AF-073), UA0SJ, V26ET,  V26F,  V31FB,  V31WO,  V63PR  (OC-010),
V63TR,  V63ZM,  VE2XAA/2,  VE7ICH,  VK0BP,  VK4/G3TXF,    VK9/G3TXF,  VK9AA,
VP6TD, VP8/LZ1UQ, VP8DLM,  VP8KF,  VP8YLB,  VP8YLH,  VP9KF,  VX8X  (NA-192),
W5ZZ/p (NA-168), XE1KK/XF1 (NA-124), XF3PAS (NA-090), XU7MDY, XW1B,  YB0DPO,


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