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15/05/2012 - Noticia de DX - Por Claudio Gimenez - PY2KP

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     Jaap,PA7DA, Loek,PA9LUC, mit XYL, Hans,PA0JBB, and SWL Aad van den
     Nieuwendijk are going to visit Israel from May 17-30. 4X/PA7DA and
     4X/PA9LUC will be QRV on 10m, 6m and 2m from Nes Ammim (KM72nx) during
     the first week and from Rishon LeZion (KM71jw) in the second week.
     QSLs via homecalls. See also: http://pa7da.jouwweb.nl

5X, UGANDA (update)
     Freddy,F5IRO (J28RO), received his callsign 5X5RO meanwhile and is
     working in CW (maybe also PSK) during his spare time until June 8.
     QSL via F8DFP.

     Vlad,RK4FF, plans to show up as 6V7S from Le Calao in Ngaparou in CW,
     SSB and RTTY on 80m/40m/20m/15m/10m from May 16-28. QSL via RK4FF.

     Members of the Djelfa Radio Club (7X2VFK) are activating the special
     event station 7U50ND from the 4th International HAM radio meeting in
     Djelfa from May 20-26 celebrating the 50th anniversary of Algerian
     independence and the 20th jubilee of their club.

     This year, about 20 Nepalis obtained an amateur radio license and
     a repeater has been installed in Kathmandu. So far the following
     callsigns have been issued:
        9N1GJ   OM Ganesh K. Gimi
        9N1KK   OM Pravin Joshi
        9N1KS   OM Khadga Sen Oli
        9N1MM   YL Kalpana Pokharel
        9N1NS   YL Nisha Shrestha
        9N1NU   YL Niva Upretee
        9N1SP   OM Sanjeev Pandey
        9N1ss   OM Surya N. Shrestha
        9N1TN   OM Tara B. Neupane

     Craig,D2SG is working on an offshore oil rig until about May 2013
     (according to other reports only until Oct 3, 2012) and can do his
     radio hoppy only during his leisure time onshore near Luanda.
     QSL via GM4FDM.

     Vladimir,UA4WHX, who just went QRT as JY8VB has been spotted as E40VB
     on 12m meanwhile. More details of the stay are not known as always.
     QSL via home call.

     Jacky,ZL3CW, is working as TX5CW from Noumea (OC-032) until May 29.
     QSL via homecall.

     Zoli,HA1ZH, is active in all modes and on all bands using the special
     callsign until Dec 31 on the occasion of his 50th jubilee as a HAM.
     QSL via homecall. See also: http://www.ha1zh.hu

     A group of HB9FCF will be active using the special call HB9MERK in CW
     and SSB QRV from the "Mennonite European Regional Conference" in
     Sumiswald near Bern from May 18-20. QSL via bureau to PA0HEL.
     See also: http://homepage.bluewin.ch/hb9merk/index2.html

     The special event station 8N1TDU is active from the "Tokyo Denki
     University New Campus" (Tokyo Senju Campus) until December 31.
     The special event station 8J1ITU will be activated during the
     "World Telecommunication and Information Society Day" until May 31.
     The JARL club in Abashiri was renamed to Okhotsk which is marked on air
     with the special callsign 8N8OKH until Jun 3.
     The special callsign 8J0WAZA promotes the "National Skills Competition/
     National Abilympics" competition 2012 in Nagano until Oct 31.
     QSL cards to special event stations from JA are always ok via bureau.

     A few members of the UBA section ODE will be active from the castle
     De Ghellinck (BCA ref. OV-032, WCA ref. ON-00364, Loc JO10st) in the
     Oost Vlaanderen province from May 18,1400 UTC, until May 20,1400 UTC.
     Listen for OT7G/p in SSB and CW on all HF bands and in FM on 2m or
     ATV via local repeaters. QSL via ON5MA.

P4, ARUBA, SA-036
     Michal,P4/OK7MT, Vit,P4/OK5MM, and Petr,P4/OK2PP, announced to be
     active from Aruba (SA-036) from May 17-31. They will sign P40H in the
     upcoming WPX CW Contest (May 26-27). QSLs via OK7MT, LoTW.

     The special event station SN750K marks the 750th anniversary of the
     city of Krzesnica. OPs will be Weronika,SQ1KSL, from May 18 until Jun 8
     and Slawek,SQ1KSM, between June 9 and July 2. QSL via bureau.
     See also: http://slawera.ovh.org

     The special callsign EM100RU celebrates 100 years of amateur radio in
     the Ukraine until May 31. They have issued also special awards.
     QSL via UT1RT. See also: http://uarl.com.ua

     Members of the Manotick Amateur Radio Group (VE3RIX) will be QRV from
     the Fort Wellington National Historic Site (WCA SU-00215) in Prescott/
     Ontario using the special call VX3W on May 19, 1400-2000 UTC.
     They will choose their operating modes and bands depending on the
     propagation conditions. QSL via VE3XGD, unfortunately only direct.
     See also: http://www.ve3rix.ca

     Manju,VU2SMS, is active as AU50GOA 40m/20m/15m/10m from Goa until
     May 31, which could be of interest not only for the WPX hunters.
     QSL via homecall, unfortunately only direct.

     In the last week of May, Connie,NR4CB, will start her 6000 mile trip
     which will lead her through 23 US states, Washington DC, 2 Canadian
     provinces and many counties until the second week of August. She is
     working with a Kenwood TS480SAT and Opek HVT-400B antenna from 80m-6m.
     See also: http://bionic-nerd.com

XX9, MACAU, AS-075
     The ADX Group members EA5BZ, EA5CEE, EA6DD, EB5BBM, F5VLY, EA1ACP,
     EA5FX, EA7FTR and EB7DX plan to show up as XX9E with at least three
     stations in CW, SSB and RTTY on 6-160m from Coloane Island (AS-075,
     Loc OL62sc) from May 17-23. Following frequencies were announced:
        CW: 1823, 3523, 7023, 10103, 14023, 18073, 21023, 24893, 28023 kHz
       SSB: 1825, 3780, 7065/7160, 14145, 18145, 21295, 24945, 28495 kHz
      RTTY: 7035, 10140, 14080, 18100, 21080, 24921, 28080 kHz
        6m: 50103 kHz (CW) and 50115 kHz (SSB)
     QSL via EB7DX. See also: http://www.adxg.org/xx9

     A pure YL team (Mayka,YY5ALO, Carolina,YV4AW, Maria Celina,YY5MCO,
     Naudys,YY5ANG, Suer,YY5EBV, Yanira,YY5SRR, Ingrid,YY5ILN, Lesmi,YY5LR,
     Alejandra,YY5AA, and Laura,YY5OLA) will be QRV in SSB/CW/digital modes
     signing YW5YL from Isla la Playita from May 18-20. QSL via YV5AJ.

     Ron,DL6AUK, and Sven,DJ2AT, are going to visit the peace monument
     "Morokulien" from May 22-31. Both calls, LG5LG and SJ9WL, will be used
     changing daily in CW/SSB/digital modes on 160-6m (mainly on 40m/20m).
     During the last two days they will work in QRP only on 80m/40m/30m/20m.
     See also DJ2AT on QRZ.com and http://www.sj9wl-lg5lg.com

     The "Worked All Britain Awards Group" supports a special award on the
     occasion of the Olympic torch relay through Greeat Britain. The torch
     relay will take place from Lands End through the whole United Kingdom
     to the Olympic Park in London between May 19 and July 27. The WAB calls
     G4WAB and G7WAB are following the torch using the prefixes GX, GT, GN,
     GH, GS, GP and GC. See also: http://www.worked-all-britain.co.uk  and

DX RUMOURS: The DXpedition to Clipperton Island indicated in the last DXNL
     seems to take place actually. The date is scheduled for March 2013 and
     a website has been set up as well: http://www.cordell.org/CI

DXCC FIELD CHECKERS: All Field Checkers may now check also QSL cards of
     deleted DXCCs. The only restrictions left are for the 160m band.
     See also: http://www.arrl.org/dxcc-card-checker-master-1

SILENT KEY: Lawrence A. Gandy,AH8LG, passed away on May 8 at the age of 80.
     The president of the American Samoa Amateur Radio Association (ASARA)
     was an active DXer and supported many DXpeditions to the South Pacific.
     Xavier Paradel,EA3ALV, died on May 12. He was director of the Spanish
     edition of "CQ Radio Amateur".
     Our condolences and sympathy are with their families and friends.
     We do not want to be sad that we lost them, but grateful that we could
     get to know them as a radio friend. We will always keep them in memory.

LINKS: Current SOTA activities (mountain summits) are announced at:
     Detailed information about current VHF activities can be found on the
     VHF DX portal "Make More Miles on VHF" at: http://www.MMMonVHF.de

May 17     QRP Minimal Art Session
May 19/20  King of Spain Contest
May 19/20  Baltic Contest
May 21-25  AGCW DL Activity week
May 26-27  CQ World Wide WPX Contest, CW

IOTA                compiled by Klaus, DL7UXG  (e-mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de)
Island activities:
AF-004, EA8, Canary Islands: The special event station EH8ITU is working
     from Gran Canaria (Loc IL28FC) during the ITU day from May 17-20.
     QSL via EA8ADL (bureau/direct).

EU-008, GM/MM, Inner Hebrides: A mini DXpedition leads Glyn,GW0ANA, to
     Gigha Island (IOSA NH24, SCOTIA CS23) where he will sign GM0ANA in SSB,
     CW, RTTY, PSK and SSTV from May 21-27. QSL via GW0ANA (bureau/direct).

EU-009, GM/MM, Orkney: Andre,GM3VLB, is making a tour to the Orkney Islands
     to activate the last five islands of the EU-009 group himself. Thus he
     would have visited and activated all 200 islands. His trip will start
     on May 21 and is scheduled to last until Jun 7 but an extension may be
     possible. The five "last" islands are
        Muckle Green Holm (IOSA OR32, SCOTIA OI20),
        Linga Holm (IOSA OR31, SCOTIA OI21),
        Eynhallow (IOSA OR24, SCOTIA OI24),
        Faray (IOSA OR23, SCOTIA OI28) and
        Calf of Eday (IOSA OR29, SCOTIA OI29)
     The visit depends on the weather conditions since access to the island
     is not always easy. He will sign GM3VLB/p and is on his own.
     QSL only direct via homecall. See also: http://www.gm3vlb.com
     Members of the Orkney Amateur Radio Club will be active as GS5NB from
     Ness Battery on Scapa Flow from May 19-21. They will work with two
     stations in CW, SSB and digital modes on 80m-10m.
     QSL only direct via GM0WED or via LoTW.
     More information is available at: http://eu009.webplus.net

EU-017, I*9, Eolie Island: The Sicilian Radio Amateurs in the World (RASM)
     members Carmelo,IT9TFX, Fabio,IT9AHI, Antonio,IT9YMM, Sergio,IW9FSG,
     Max,IT9AKC, and Gino,IZ8MWG, will be active as ID9Z from Lipari
     (IIA ME-001, MIA MI-053, WLOTA 1144) in all modes on all bands from
     May 17-20. Direct QSLs via IT9TFX, bureau QSLs via ID9Z, LoTW upload.
     More info at: http://www.radioamatorisicilianinelmondo.jimdo.com

EU-032, F, Poitou-Charentes Region group: EA2DXR, EA2JB, EA2KK, EA2RC, EA2TT
     and EA2VE will be QRV as TM12O from Ile d'Oleron (DIFM AT-025, WLOTA
     1369) from May 18-20. Listen for them in SSB and RTTY on 80m, 40m, 20m,
     15m and 10m. QSL via EA2TT (bureau/direct).

EU-039, F, Chausey Islands: Members of the Charente DX Group (Laurent,F5MNK,
     Eric,F5LOW, Bertrand,F6HKA, Leon,ON4ZD/OS0S) are going to activate
     Chausey Island (DIFM MA004, WLOTA 0424, DPF 04, Loc IN89CU) as TM0CI
     from May 19-25. Chausey is a group of small islands at the coast of
     Normandy. QSL via F5EOT (bureau/direct). See also QRZ.com.
     More details can be found at: http://www.frag33.org/www.cdxg.org/TM0CI

EU-043, SM6, Goteborg och Bohus/Halland County group: 7S6W is going to hit
     the airwaves from Vinga Island (SWA-163, SMFF-3495) with three stations
     mainly in SSB but also in CW/RTTY from May 17-20.
     Bureau QSLs via SM6MIS, direct via SM6WET.
     More information is available at: http://sm6.se/7s6w

EU-047, DL, Niedersachsen State group: Sebastian,DL1AXX/p, will show up from
     the island Baltrum (GIA N-06) in CW/SSB on HF from May 20-25. His focus
     will lie on 40m CW. QSL via homecall (bureau/direct).

EU-059, GM/MM, St. Kilda: Allan,GM3OZB, Barry,GM3YEH, Bill,GM3ZRT,
     John,GM0DJG, Gordon,MM0BIM, and Declan,EI6FR, are working from the
     biggest island in the Hirta group from May 16-21. Listen for GM7WCO/p
     in SSB, CW and RTTY on HF and 6m. QSL via GM7WCO.

EU-061, LA, Vest Agder to Ostfold County group: Ric,LA/DL2VFR, and
     Norbert,LA/DL2RNS, are handing out a few IOTA points from Hvaler Island
     in SSB and CW on the HF bands from May 16-20. QSLs via homecalls.

EU-120, G/M, English Coastal Islands: Kev,M0TNX, and Martin,M3POG, will
     sign GB2HI from Hilbre Island on 80m-10m from May 17-20.
     QSL via M0OXO (d) or via bureau.

EU-129, DL, Usedom Island: Peter,DL3APO/p, is working from Usedom (DLFF-075)
     in CW, SSB and RTTY on HF from May 14-20. QSL via homecall.
     Hans,DL2RU/p, is spending his holidays on Usedom from May 21-26. He
     plans to visit also Goermitz Island (GIA O-15) for a few hours starting
     on May 20 around 1200 UTC. His preferred frequencies are 7028, 10120,
     14038, 18088 kHz. QSL via DL2RU (bureau/direct).

EU-146, PA, Zuid Holland/Zeeland Province group: Marcel,PD5MVH/p, is going
     to hit the airwaves from the island Goerree Overflakkee (WLOTA 3501)
     between May 19 and Jun 2. His preferred frequencies are 14245, 28555
     and 144300 kHz (+/- QRM). QSL via homecall (bureau/direct).

OC-199, VK6, Western Australia State (NW Coast) Centre group: Wally,VK6YS/p,
     will show up from West Lewis Island mainly in SSB on on 40m-10m from
     May 19-21. QSLs only direct or eQSL via homecall.

US Island FL-488: A group of local HAMs (including KD4MZM and K4FLV) of
     the Sarasota-Venice Iceland Activation Group is taking a day trip to
     Venetian Waterway Park (not IOTA, USi FL-488). They plan to work for
     4-6 hours in SSB on 7250, 21350, 28450 and 14250-14260 kHz, in PSK31
     on 14070 kHz and on the usual CW frequencies on May 19.
     For QSL info see QRZ.com (KD4MZM and K4FLV).

Lighthouse activities
P4/OK2PP    LH 0033  May 17-31
P4/OK5MM    LH 0033  May 17-31
P4/OK7MT    LH 0033  May 17-31
PJ2/G4MFW   LH 0942  May 17-20
PJ4/G4MFW   LH 1279  May 17-20

WFF activities
SPFF: SN0WFF is working from the Park area SPFF-018 on 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m
     and 15m from May 17-20. QSL via SP5X (bureau/direct).


QSL information
2Q0IJK     via M0OXO (B/OQRS), (L)
3Z70RWP    via SP5ZRW
4O/OK1IEC  via OK1IEC (B), (L)
4O/OK4ZW   via OK1UZW (B)
4X/PA7DA   via PA7DA
5X5RO      via F8DFP (B)
6V7S       via RK4FF
7S6W       via SM6MIS (B), SM6WET (d)
8J0WAZA        (B)
8J1ITU         (B)
8N1TDU         (B)
8N8OKH         (B)
AO3EU      via EA3RKF (EURAO QSL bureau), (L)
AO4EU      via EA3RKF (EURAO QSL bureau), (L)
AO5EU      via EA3RKF (EURAO QSL bureau), (L)
AO6EU      via EA3RKF (EURAO QSL bureau), (L)
AO7EU      via EA3RKF (EURAO QSL bureau), (L)
AO8EU      via EA3RKF (EURAO QSL bureau), (L)
AU50GOA    via VU2SMS (d)
AX8NSB     via M0URX (B, also OQRS)
BD7ANX     via BA4EG (B)
CS5FAT     via CT6ARL (B)
D2SG       via GM4FDM (B)
DL1AXX/p   via DL1AXX (B)
DL2RU/p    via DL2RU (B)
E40VB      via UA4WHX (B)
EF7NL      via EA7NL
EG5TC      via EA5GUQ (B)
EH6ITU     via (B), EA6AZ (d)
EH8ITU     via EA8ADL (B)
EM100RU    via UT1RT
EM80L/A    via US0LW (B), (L)
EO67J      via UU2JT (B)
EO67JP     via UU4JXI
ER52MOM    via ER3BI
G4WAB          sends automatically
G7WAB          sends automatically
GB2HI      via M0OXO (d)
GC4WAB         sends automatically
GC7WAB         sends automatically
GH4WAB         sends automatically
GH7WAB         sends automatically
GM0ANA     via GW0ANA (B)
GM3VLB/p   via GM3VLB (d)
GB6MW      via G4DFI (B)
GM7WCO/p   via GM7WCO (B)
GN4WAB         sends automatically
GN7WAB         sends automatically
GP4WAB         sends automatically
GP7WAB         sends automatically
GS4WAB         sends automatically
GS7WAB         sends automatically
GT4WAB         sends automatically
GT7WAB         sends automatically
GQ0BNR     via G0BNR (B), (L)
GQ0RPM     via G0RPM (B)
GQ4GIR     via G4GIR (B)
GS5NB      via GM0WED (d)
GX4WAB         sends automatically
GX7WAB         sends automatically
HA50ZH     via HA1ZH (B)
HB100FLP   via HB9OCR (B)
HB9MERK    via PA0HEL (d)
HS85RI     via E21EIC (B)
ID9Z       via (B), IT9TFX (d)
JY8VB      via UA4WHX (B), (L)
JY9ET      via M0OXO (B/OQRS), (L)
LG5LG      via LA4EKA (B)
LZ67VZ     via LZ1ZF (B)
MQ0CEF     via DL2LFH (B)
MQ0TRN     via M0TRN (B), (L)
OH1ZAA/VP9 via OH1VR (d)
OT7G/p     via ON5MA (B)
OV5T       via M0TRN (B), (L)
P4/OK2PP   via OK7MT (B), (L)
P4/OK5MM   via OK7MT (B), (L)
P4/OK7M    via OK7MT (B), (L)
P40H       via OK7MT (B), (L)
PA/DK1YY   via DK1YY (B)
PD5MVH/p   via PD5MVH (B)
PD6MILL    via PD7BZ (B), (L), eQSL
PJ7AZ      via DL2AAZ (B)
R1945HS    via RW6HS (d)
RP67FA     via RK3FWI
RP67GS     via RK9JYY (B)
RP67KK     via RX1CQ (d)
RP67LL     via RA9LL (B)
RP67M      via UA4LU (B)
RP67MB     via R2DX (B)
RP67ON     via RZ3LC
RP67TG     via UA9APA
RP67W      via RK3QWW (B)
RP67YM     via UA3YAA (B)
SD7N/6     via DL2RNS (B)
SJ9WL      via LA4EKA (B)
SN0WFF     via SP5X (B)
SN750K         (B)
TK1A       via IT9YVO
TM0CI      via F5EOT (B)
TM12O      via EA2TT (B)
TX5CW      via ZL3CW (d)
VK6YS/p    via VK6YS (d)
VP5/KE1B   via KE1B (B), (L), eQSL
VX3W       via VE3XGD (d)
W1B        via NG1G (L)
W3STX/KH0  via JR3STX (B)
W7F        via AI4U (B)
XX9E       via EB7DX (d)
XV4Y       via OK1DOT (d)
YP15ARDF   via YO7KFX (B)
YW5YL      via YV5AJ (B)

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