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DX Bulletin 5 ARLD005
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT February 3, 2000
To all radio amateurs
SB DX ARL ARLD005
ARLD005 DX news
This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by Tedd, KB8NW, the OPDX Bulletin, The 599Rpt, QRZ DX, The Daily DX, 425 DX News and Contest Corral from QST. Thanks to all.
GUINEA, 3X. Robert, 3XY1B0, has been QRV around 14009 kHz at 0630z. QSL via F5XX.
SENEGAL, 6W. Phil, F5PHW, is QRV from Dakar during the month of February as 6W1/F5PHW. He is active using CW, SSB and perhaps RTTY. QSL via F6KPQ.
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, A6. Salem, A61AS, has been QRV on 10 meters just before 1400z.
ETHIOPIA, ET. ET3AA is QRV using RTTY around 14092 kHz just after 1600z.
ANGOLA, D2. Jesus, EA1BF, has been QRV as D2BF on 20, 17, 15 and 10 meters using CW and SSB. QSL via EA8EE.
ISLE OF MAN, GD. Rupert, G4XRV, is QRV on all bands as GD4XRV from IOTA EU-116 until February 8. QSL to home call.
TEMOTU ISLANDS, H40. Bernhard is QRV as H40MS, and may be found on 20 meters SSB around 0600z. QSL via DL2GAC.
SVALBARD, JW. Rag, LA5HE, is QRV as JW5HE until February 8. He emphasizes activity on the low and newer bands. QSL to home call.
LEBANON, OD. Pavel, is QRV as OD5/OK1MU, and is usually active on 160 meters just after 0400z. QSL via OK1TN.
LORD HOWE ISLAND, VK9L. Yuji, JA3IG, will be QRV as VK9LY from February 8 to 15. He will be active on the HF bands, and possibly 6 meters. QSL to home call.
ANTARCTICA. Lance is QRV as VK0ERZ on Davis Base and is often active on 14255 kHz just after 1200z. QSL via VK2FUN.
TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS, VP5. Tak, JA1MZL, will be QRV as VP5DX from February 4 to 7. QSL to home call.
CHATHAM ISLANDS, ZL7. Lothar, DJ4ZB, is active as ZM7ZB from the Chatham Hotel until March 2. QSL to home call.
PRINCE EDWARD AND MARION ISLANDS, ZS8. Derek is QRV as ZS8D, and is usually active on 14260 kHz. He is here until May, 2000.
THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The North American Phone Sprint, Minnesota QSO, Delaware QSO, Vermont QSO, and New Hampshire QSO Parties, FYBO Winter QRP Field Day, Ten Ten International Net Winter Phone QSO Party, YL-OM CW Contest, Spring Classic Radio Exchange and the Mexico RTTY International Contest will fill up your contest weekend. Please see February QST, page 96 for details.