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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

DXNL 1825 - Mar 27, 2013
DX Newsletter

a free and weekly service of
DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting"

Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB

translation by: Bob, DL7VOA

Ali,A71BX, Khalid,A71CO, Ali,A71CV, Saif,A71AM, and Andy,RA9CKQ, will
join the WPX SSB Contest (Mar 30/31) as A71AM from Dukhan in the
Multi/2 category. QSL via bureau.

Chuck,KG9N, announced to be QRV as KG9N/C6A from Grand Bahama (NA-080)
from Mar 28 until Apr 4 incl. the WPX SSB Contest.
QSL via LoTW preferred, bureau is ok.

The special event station DR13IGS is working from the International
Garden Show (IGS) in Hamburg until Dec 31. The special DOK is IGS13.
QSL via bureau and eQSL. See also:
The special event station DM750PZL celebrates the 750th anniversary
of the city of Penzlin until Dec 31. QSL via bureau, see

Cyril,FR4NT, hopes for a high score in the WPX SSB Contest in the SO/LP
category. Unfortunately QSL only direct (no IRCs).

On Mar 30 the "Riviera ARC" activates the special event station GB4ZOO
on 40m and 2m to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Paignton Zoo.
QSL via bureau, eQSL. See also:
The special event station GB4C marks the 60th anniversary of the
Queens coronation. QSL via bureau.
The "Fleetwood Radio Enthusiasts Group" member John,M0JFE, and a few
other HAMs will activate the special event station GB0FRG in April
from several CASHOTA monuments. His schedule is:
Apr 2: The Mount Pavilion & Tour of the Clock Workings
(LR SD333481, WAB SD34, IO83lw)
Apr 9: I.O.M Faehranleger (LR SD340483, WAB SD34, IO83lw)
Apr 16: War Memorial im Memorial Park Fleetwood
(LR SD328474, WAB SD34, IO83lw)

The special event station GB0BD is activated on 80m-2m by members of
the "RAF Banff Strike Wing" from the Boyndie Airfield until March 31
to celebrate the 75th jubilee of the Royal Air Force Amateur Radio
Society (RAFARS).
QSOs will be confirmed via bureau automatically, direct QSLs to MM0XDB.

The Tera Radio Club (HB9OK) members Marco,HB9OCR, Luigi,HB9CXZ,
Claudio,HB9OAU, and Marco,HB9EUY, will join the WPX SSB Contest in the
M/S category with the special event station HB30OK. QSL via HB9OCR.

The prefix block IZ has been used up and the Italian authorities
start issuing callsigns with the prefix IU now.

The special event station 8J6KKC is active until Feb 28, 2014, to mark
the 50th anniversary of Kitakyushu city (JCC 4021) in Fukuoka province
on Kyushu (AS-077, WLOTA 0963). QSL via bureau.

Matthias,DJ8OG, plans to take part in the WPX SSB Contest as LX7I.
QSL via LX2A. See also:

The special event station LZ134SOF celebrates the 134th anniversary
of the capital Sofia. They are working in all modes on all bands.

Rick,K6VVA, still tries to obtain a licence. Stay tuned!

the new king is crowned in April and Dutch HAMs are celebrating this
event with the special event station PA13KING. QSL via PA9JO.
600 years ago Nijkerk was granted city right. The special call PH600NYK
will be activated between Mar 27 and Apr 15. QSL via PA0RSM, eQSL.
The special event station PH600AMF will be operational from time to
time during the year 2013, first period: Mar 27 until Apr 15.
The first transatlantic radio contact between the Netherlands and the
USA took place in 1923. The special event station PA90CII remembers
this event and also OM Henk Jesse (SK 2001) until Mar 28 and from
August until November. Using the self-awarded callsign PCII, H.J. Jesse
then an 18-year old (!) schoolboy, made the first two-way transatlantic
amateur radio contact from the Netherlands in 1923 when he exchanged
messages with American station 2AGB. The QSO lasted over two hours and
was in CW. The output stage of Jesse's home-made transmitter comprised
three vacuum tubes (valves) in parallel and consumed 350 watts on a
wavelength of 113m. However when news of this leaked out he was
prosecuted and found guilty in 1925. He was then congratulated for his
engineering achievement and not sentenced. In 1983, 60 years after this
Henk J. Jesse received the call PA0CII to honour his achievement from
the Dutch Government. Henk was the only radio amateur in the Nether-
lands who received a call without taking a ham radio exam.
QSL via PA2LO.
Fred,PA0FAW, will sign PA150BA mainly in CW with only little SSB and
digital modes from Apr 1-28 to mark the 150th anniversary of the
museum of Bronbeek (WWFF PA-005).
QSL via homecall (bureau, eQSL), SWLs direct without return postage.

T2, TUVALU, OC-015
Tim,NL8F, is producing pile-ups from Tuvalu signing T2TT mainly in SSB
until April 2. QSL via K8NA.

Tevfik,TA1HZ, will join the WPX SSB Contest (SOAB/LP) as T5TC from
Mogadishu. QSL via homecall.

The special event station TC47A remembers the 47th Giresun Volunteer
Regiment from Apr 1-15. QSL via TA1HZ. See:
Huseyin,TA1TA, will activate the special event station TC168POL from
Apr 1-10 to celebrate the 168th anniversary of Turkish National Police.
QSL via homecall.

The city of Penza was founded 350 years ago. Local HAMs will activate
several special event stations on all bands throughout the year:
R350FP January - March
R350FL April - Juny
R350FO July - September
R350FV October - December
The special event station R100MP remembers the 100th birthday of
Marshal A. I. Pokryshkina until April 18. QSL via UA9OA.

The special event station EO90LCR celebrates the 90th anniversary of
the Chuguivs'kyi oblast until June 1. See also:

Steve,9M6DXX, is working in holiday style near the capital Vientiane
signing XW8XZ only in SSB with 100 watts and Butternut HF6V-X from
Mar 30 until Apr 3. QSL via M0URX (OQRS), LoTW after his return.

Eric,K9GY, will join the WPX SSB Contest as T6MO in the SOSB/LP
category on 15m or 10m. QSL via K9GY, LoTW.

ASIA TRIP: Alan,G0RCI, is planning a trip through Asia and wants to show up
as 9V1/G0RCI and 9M2/G0RCI from Apr 1-12. QSL only direct via homecall.

AMATEUR OF THE YEAR: Mustapha,DL1BDF, was recognized "Amateur of the Year"
at the Hamvention 2013 in Dayton/Ohio.

RUMOURS: There are efforts under way to nominate the amateur radio for the
Nobel Peace Prize. A good idea, because no other institution or group
has done more for the friendship between nations and thus to peace
across boundaries, ideologies and generations for over 100 years.
In how many cases a QSO was the beginning of a lifelong friendship with
international mutual visits and thus increasing understanding of
different cultures? In Germany the goal of international friendship is
written down in the Amateur Radio Act. Even during the Cold War there
were wireless connections between the USA and USSR every day and even
the exchange of QSL cards worked fine. Legendary are the relief efforts
of radio amateurs in natural disasters as well as responding to
emergency calls. A possible recipient of the award would be the
President of the IARU as a representative of the radio amateurs.
Nominations can be made by former Nobel laureates, heads of state and
professors of relevant disciplines.

DXCC RULE CHANGE: At the request of the Program and Services Committee (PSC)
the DX Awards Committee (DXAC) investigated the impact of an amendment
to the DXCC rules. The DXAC and the PSC have unanimously decided to
bring into force the following rule:
To meet the growing outrages of direct-QSLs to put to an end QSL-cards
sent via bureau will be credited for DXCC with the factor 1,04.
Intended side effect is a higher degree of organization of radio
amateurs in the respective national associations combined with a
strengthening of the IARU and the total of Amateur Radio.

DXCC: Following DXpedition has been accepted for DXCC credit: 9X0ZM

INTERNATIONAL DIG MEETING: The International DIG meeting 2013 is approaching
and 151 participants from ten countries announced to take part so far.
If you are interested and want to register as well check these links:

SILENT KEY: Shortly after returning from the DXpedition to Clipperton (TX5K)
the wellknown DXer Luis,XE1L, suffered a heart attack in San Diego
and died within minutes.
Our condolences and sympathy are with his family and friends.
We do not want to be sad that we lost him, but grateful that we could
get to know him as a radio friend. We will always keep him 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:

Mar 30/31 CQ World Wide WPX Contest, SSB

IOTA compiled by Klaus, DL7UXG (e-mail:
Island activities:
EU-005, G, Great Britain: Adrian,MW1LCR, will be using the special callsign
GW100C from his QTH in Llangolen (WLOTA 0453, Loc IO82KW, SJ24WRE) on
Mar 30/31 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the RSGB. He will plans
to take part in the WPX SSB Contest as well. QSL via M0OXO (OQRS).

EU-013, GJ, Jersey: Richard,M5RIC, will sign MJ5RIC from Jersey (WLOTA 0818)
from Mar 27-31. He will join the upcoming WPX SSB Contest as GJ2A.
QSLs for both calls via M5IRC (bureau/direct).

EU-038, PA, Noord Hollans/Friesland/Groningen Province group: Dirk,DL5DCL,
will spend his holidays on Ameland (WLOTA 1059) from Apr 1-6. He will
be QRV in holiday style signing PA/DL5DCL mostly in CW on HF.
QSL via DL5DCL (bureau/direct/OQRS). See also:

EU-158, EU-158, SV3, Peloponnisos West group (incl. Proti, Sapientza,
Skhiza, Venetiko, etc.): Markus,SV8/DJ4EL, is working from the island
of Proti (GIOTA INS-013, MIA MG-092, WLOTA 4036) until Mar 26 and from
Sapientza (GIOTA INS-011, MIA MG-101, WLOTA 1471) on Mar 28/29. He uses
battery power on 15m and hopes to log 1.000 QSOs. QSL via homecall.

EU-171, Jylland North group: Ela,DL1TM, and Tor,DJ4MG, will be active in
SSB and PSK on 160m-10m signing OZ7TM and 5P4MGn from Apr 1-18. They
will also try to activate the callsign OU1RAEM.
QSLs for OZ7TM via DL1TM, 5P4MG via DJ4MG and OU1RAEM via DF5LW.

NA-005, VP9, Bermuda: Kei,KG2A/VP9, plans to join the WPX SSB Contest
and will be QRV also in CW and SSB until Apr 1.
QSL via KG2A, unfortunately only direct.

NA-015, CO, Cuba: The "Las Tunas Contest Crew" will sign T48K from
Las Tunas (WLOTA 0032) in the WPX SSB Contest. The team includes the
club members Alex,CO8KA, Alejandro,CM8AKY, Doug,CO8DM, Del,CO8DRG,
Raul,CO8ZZ, and the guest OP Hugo,F5FYO.
QSLs for this activity via F5FYO (bureau/direct).

NA-021, 8P, Barbados: Dean,8P6SH, will sign 8P2K from St. Philip Parish
on Barbados (WLOTA 0999) during the WPX SSB Contest.
QSL via KU9C or direct via 8P6SH.

NA-057, HR, Bahia Islands: Ray,WQ7R, will be QRV as HQ9R in the WPX SSB.
His QTH is situated on Isla de Roatan (WLOTA 1671, grid loc. EK66).
QSL via LoTW or direct via K5WW.

NA-106, KP2, US Virgin Islands: Stan,K8MJZ, Fred,NP2X, Bob,WP2XX, and
other OPs will be active as WP2Z from St. Croix Island (USi VI002S,
WLOTA 2477, Loc FK77PR) in the WPX SSB Contest. QSL via KU9C.

NA-143, W5, Texas State East (Matagorda to Jefferson County) group:
Joe,K5KUA, plans another stay on Galveston Island (USi TX001S) from
Mar 28 until Apr 1 and will be active as usual signing K5KUA/5 in CW
and digital modes on 80m-10m. QSL via K5KUA (bureau/direct).

OC-003, VK9/C, Cocos (Keeling) Island: Chris,GM3WOJ/ZL1CT, and Keith,GM4YXI,
are going to visit the Cocos-Keeling Islands and plan to show up as
VK9CZ in SSB/CW and some RTTY on the HF bands from Mar 30 until Apr 13.
If possible they want to upload their logs to the LoTW every day.
An OQRS will be installed after their return home.
Please check the QSL information on their website:

OC-013, Rarotonga Island: Mauri,AG1LE, will stay on Rarotonga (Loc BG08cr)
from Apr 1-13 and wants to work holiday style as E51DXX on HF.
QSL via AG1LE (bureau/direct).

OC-021, YB0-3, Java Island: The team of YE1ZAT and the YE0X contest team are
planning a joint venture as YE1K from Bekasi (WLOTA 1660, Loc OI33mu)
in the WPX SSB Contest. QSL via YE1ZAT (d). See also:

OC-026, KH2, Guam Island: Masa,W6LJ, Ryuji (Rio),NY8A, Aki,W3JH, Masa,AH6KY,
and Masaru,AI2K, will be QRV as NH2KY from Barrigada on Guam
(USi GU003S, WFF KFF-110, WLOTA 0064) between Mar 29 and Apr 2.
They will sign KH2KY in the WPX SSB Contest.
QSLs for KH2KY via JA1MFR, NH2KY via JR3QFB.

OC-036, ZL, North Island: Holger,ZL3IO, plans to take part in the upcoming
WPX SSB Contest as well. QSL via ZL3IO (bureau/direct).

OC-042, DU1-4, Luzon Island: Jose,DU1BP, Torsten,DL2KGS, and Rag,LA6FJA,
will be QRV as DZ1B from Luzon (WLOTA 0081) in the WPX SSB Contest.
QSL via LoTW or direct via DU1BP.

OC-086, KH0, Northern Mariana Island: The Saipan BBQ Contest Club AH0BT
plans to take part in the WPX SSB Contest from Saipan (Loc QK25).
QSL via 7L1FPU (bureau/direct).
OC-090, DU1, Calamian group: Victor,DU1/R6AF, will be QRV in holiday style
from Busuanga (grid loc. PK02) from Apr 27 until May 3. QSL via R6AF.

OC-134, ZL, South Island: The "Quake Contesters" ZL3X will be active from
Christchurch (WLOTA 0342) during the WPX SSB. The list of operators
includes Mark,ZL3AB, Geoff,ZL3GA, Don,ZL3DMC, Phil,ZL3PAH, Chris,ZL3LF,
and Byron,ZL3DXT. QSL via ZL3PAH (bureau/direct).

OC-236, YB8, Celebes Coastal Islands: Hajar,YB8HZ/p, and Ram,YB8BRI/p, are
planning an activity from Balang Lompo Island from Mar 28-31 working
on all bands focussing on SSB. QSL via YB8BRI (d).

SA-036, P4, Aruba Island: Correction to DXNL 1824: The QSL manager of P40Z
was not correct. QSLs for P40Z should be sent via W3HNK (d).

WFF activities:


2014 3W3B 1815
-15Apr 3Z20RE 1821
2013 4A2I 1820
01Apr-18Apr 5P4MG 1825 *
25Mar-27Mar 4Z4DX 1824
-2014 5Z4/LA4GHA.. 1810
-2014 5Z4EE 1803/1807
11Feb-03Apr 6V7S 1818
-2014 7P8CC 1807/1820
17Dec- 7P8RI 1810
01Mar-30May 7T50ARA.. 1822

-31Mar 8J1SPY 1788
10Mar-18May 8J1W 1822
-31May 8J4G 1822
-31Mar 8J5SSS 1807
01Mar-30Apr 8J6ISG 1821
-28Feb/14 8J6KKC 1825 *
-31Mar/14 8N2MDR 1813
30Mar-31Mar 8P2K 1825 *
19Mar-29Mar 8Q7NC 1824
-May 9G5MS 1816
-05Apr 8N1MOMO 1822
01Apr-12Apr 9V1/G0RCI.. 1825 *
-Oct/14 9V1RM 1751
-Mar/14 9X0ZM 1824

26Mar-16Apr A3EAQ 1824
-Sep A52SV 1752
30Mar/31Mar A71AM 1825 *
30Mar-31Mar AH0BT 1825 *
20Mar-27Mar C5WP 1824
-Dec C91IW 1787
Unknown CE8DMT 1815/1824
09Mar-07Apr CF3A 1822
-Aug CN2ZA.. 1817
26Mar-03Apr CS8/PD9DX 1824
26Mar-03Apr CT8/PA4N 1824
07Mar-03Apr CT9/DL3KWR.. 1822

-May? D2SG 1748/1780
-Dec/14 DA0EIM 1815
01Jan-31Dec DB100AWPB 1814
2013 DL100OUI 1821
01Jan-31Dec DL50FRANCE 1813
-31Dec DL60BADEN 1823
-31Dec DM750PZL 1825 *
-31Dec DR10EDBG 1823
-31Dec DR13IGS 1825 *
01Jan-31Dec DR175EDS 1816
30Sep/31Dec DR20CFT 1820
01Jan-31Dec DR90VOX 1813
27Apr-03May DU1/R6AF 1825 *
Unknown DU6/OE9MON 1818
30Mar-31Mar DZ1B 1825 *

Resident E51AND.. 1824
01Apr-13Apr E51DXX 1825 *
22Mar-29Mar E6RQ 1824
22Mar-29Mar E6SG 1824
17Mar-31Mar EH5SIP 1823
01Jan-31Dec EI13CLAN 1813
24Mar-03Apr EI8GQB.. 1824
-01Oct EM70LI.. 1819
2013 EM7UT 1821
2013 EO0UD 1821
-01Jun EO90LCR 1825 *
01Mar-31Mar EV50WB 1821

30Mar/31Mar FR4NT 1825 *
10Mar-29Mar FS/DK5ON 1822
Jan - FT5WQ 1816
Jan - FT5XT 1816
2013 G100C.. 1817/1821
2013 G100RSGB.. 1811/12
-31Mar GB0BD 1825 *
Apr GB0FRG 1825 *
permanent GB3RS 1821
Unknown GB4C 1825 *
30Mar GB4ZOO 1825 *
24Mar-29Mar GB5CT 1824
16Mar-12Apr GB75HMSB 1823
2013 (WE) GM100C 1820
30Mar-31Mar GW100C 1825 *
Mar GX4BJC/A.. 1821

-2013 H44RK 1793
-30Jun HA30IGY 1820
2013 HA30S 1819
2013 HA110RAEM 1817
01Jan-31Dec HB30OK 1811/1825 *
21Mar-11Apr HC1MD 1824
-31May HG52FC 1823
-31Mar HG66MALEV 1818
18Jan-31Mar HK3JCL 1815/1819
-Sep HI3/KL7JR 1745
30Mar-31Mar HQ9R 1825 *
-Jan/14 HR2/NP3J.. 1820
25Feb-25May HR5/F2JD 1820
-02Jun II0FTC 1824
-31Mar II7IADO 1815

-Jul J28UC 1734
-Aug/14 J28NC 1796
15Jan-Apr JG8NQJ/JD1 1815
Resident JT1CO 1814
-11Apr JX9JKA 1773/1807
28Mar-01Apr K5KUA/5 1825 *
-Mar K6H 1803
29Mar-01Apr KG2A/VP9 1825 *
-2013 KG4AJ 1756
28Mar-4Apr KG9N/C6A 1825 *
25Mar-04Apr KH0/R0FA 1824
25Mar-04Apr KH0/RA0FU 1824
10Mar-03Apr KH0XH.. 1822
-Jun KH2/N2NL 1680
30Mar-31Mar KH2KY 1825 *
-Mar KH9/WA2YUN 1771

permanent LU1ZG 1816
30Mar/31Mar LX7I 1825 *
-31Mar LY63S 1823
Apr LZ134SOF 1825 *
Mar LZ135LO 1822
2013 LZ1771SDG.. 1819
30Mar-31Mar MJ2Z 1825 *
27Mar-31Mar MJ5RIC 1825 *
24Mar-29Mar MM0GHM/m 1824
29Mar-02Apr NH2KY 1825 *
-Apr OA6Q 1819
-Apr/17 OG3077F 1789
01Jan-31Dec OU1RAEM 1813/1824
01Apr-18Apr OZ7TM 1825 *

-2014 P29NO 1814
26Mar-03Apr P40Z 1824
01Apr-06Apr PA/DL5DCL 1825 *
Apr PA13KING 1825 *
01Apr-28Apr PA150BA 1825 *
2013 PH600AMF 1825 *
27Mar-15Apr PH600NYK 1825 *
-Nov PA90CII 1825 *
26Mar-01Apr PJ4/N6DE 1824
26Mar-01Apr PJ4/W1SRD 1824
19Mar-18Apr R100MP 1825 *
01Jan-31Dec R400DR 1814
-31Mar R350FP 1817
01Apr-30Jun R350FL 1825 *
-Oct R60SKV 1814
01Mar-31May RG61PP 1821
01Feb-Dec RI1ANP 1817
12Feb-31Mar RI1ANU 1818
Mar -Oct RV3EFH/0 1821/1824

-15Jun S503EO 1824
01Jan-23Dec S5300TP 1813
-Jun SM0TSC 1816
Mar SN150BPM 1821
-Jun ST2/ZS6AKB 1815
-Apr ST2SF 1816
-29Mar SV8/DJ4EL 1825 *
19Mar-02Apr T2? 1823
23Mar-04Apr T2YY 1824
30Mar-31Mar T48K 1825 *
23Mar-04Apr T5TC 1824/25*
-Oct T6MH 1806
-May T6MO 1821/1825 *
-2014 T6T 1810
01Apr-10Apr TC168POL 1825 *
01Apr-15Apr TC47A 1825 *
-2015? TJ3SN (?) 1806
27Mar-28Mar TK2INT 1824
2013 TM50ENSO 1822
26Mar-12Apr TO7BC 1824
-02Apr T2TT 1825 *
-Mar TT8/US3EZ 1815
Unknown TZ6BB 1817

-31Mar UK/UA1ZEY 1823
-Nov/14 V73NS 1604/1668/1752
Mar VI000ACT 1823
-Jan/14 VK0JJJ 1815/1822
30Mar-13Apr VK9CZ 1825 *
-Mar? VU3BPZ/3.. 1800
-28Mar VX3Z 1822
-Mar VY0/VE3VID 1823
Unknown W5/OE3SZA 1821
30Mar-31Mar WP2Z 1825 *
-May/14 XE1/DM3DL 1730
20Mar-27Mar XR0YG 1824
-2014 XW4XR 1815
30Mar-Apr XW8XZ 1825 *

28Mar-31Mar YB8BRI/p 1825 *
28Mar-31Mar YB8HZ/p 1825 *
30Mar-31Mar YE1K 1825 *
-30Aug YP0FOTE 1821
01Jan-31Dec YP10KQT 1813
-31Dec YU15OTC 1815
01Feb-31Dec YU313EDICT.. 1819
01Jan-31Dec Z320RSM.. 1813
-Apr/May Z6/S52DD 1813
Unknown Z6/SP5CJQ 1813
Resident Z81B 1817
-Aug/14 ZA/IZ4JMA 1821
-Oct ZD9KX 1795
-12Aug ZF2TK 1800
30Mar-31Mar ZL3IO 1825 *
30Mar-31Mar ZL3X 1825 *
-Feb/14 ZS7V 1820

* = new or updated
.. = and other calls

QSL information
4J6RO via 4K4K (d)
4S7TRG via OK1CZ (B)
5P4MG via DJ4MG (B)
8J6KKC (B)
8P2K via KU9C (B), 8P6SH (d)
8P9HI via VA3QSL (B)
8Q7NC via F6BGC (B), (L)
9X0ZM via JO1CRA (B)
9M2/G0RCI via G0RCI (d)
9Q6AL via DF9TA (B)
9V1/G0RCI via G0RCI (d)
A3EAQ via SP5EAQ (B)
A52W via JH1NBN (d)
A61DJ via IZ8CLM (B), (L), eQSL
A71AM (B)
AH0BT via 7L1FPU (B)
C5YK via ON6EG (B), (L), eQSL
CF3A via VE3AT (B)
CM2CCA via EA7TV (B)
CT9/G3TKK via G3TKK (B), (L)
D2QV via UT0EA (B), (L)
DM750PZL (B)
DU1/R6AF via R6AF (B)
DZ1B via DU1BP (d), (L)
E27EK/p via E27EK
E51DXX via AG1LE (B)
E6RQ via VK4FI (d)
E6SG via VK4FI (d)
EI1A via ON4EI (B)
F8DYD/p via F8DYD (B)
FK8GX via W3HNK (d)
FR4NT (d)
GB0BD (B, sends automatically), MM0XDB (d)
GB4C (B)
GM6VXB (d, nur SAE)
GW100C via M0OXO (OQRS)
HB30OK via HB9OCR (B)
HD2A (d)
HI3LFE (d)
HQ9R via LoTW or K5WW (d)
J79GV via KK4GV (B), (L)
JW7VRA via LA7VRA (B), (L)
K5KUA/5 via K5KUA (B)
KG2A/VP9 via KG2A (d)
KG9N/C6A via KG9N (B), (L)
KH2KY via JA1MFR (B)
LX7I via LX2A (B)
LZ134SOF via LZ1KZX, (L), eQSL
M9C via M0UTD (B), (L), eQSL
MJ2Z via M5RIC (B)
MJ5RIC via M5RIC (B)
MX0HFC via G1TDN, (L), eQSL
NH2KY via JR3QFB (B)
OA1F (d,
OG3077F via OH3JF (B)
OP7M (d, only SAE), eQSL
OZ/DL7UCX via DL7UCX (B), (L)
OZ7TM via DL1TM (B)
P29NO via EA5GL (d), (L)
P40Z via W3HNK (d) (*)
PA13KING via PA9JO (B)
PA150BA via PA0FAW (B), eQSL
PA90CII via PA2LO (B)
PH600NYK via PA0RSM (B), eQSL
R100AP via UA9XL (B)
R100MP via UA9OA (B)
R400DR via RN3DG (B)
SN150AW via SP5CGN (B), eQSL
SV8/DJ4EL via DJ4EL (B), (L)
T2GM via GM4FDM (B)
T2TT via K8NA
T2YY via DH7WW (B)
T30MK via PY2WAS (B)
T48K via F5FYO (B)
T5TC via TA1HZ (B)
T6MO via K9GY (B), (L)
T88OK via JH3IJF
TC168POL via TA1TA
TC18M via TA1HZ (B), TA3FB (d)
TC47A via TA1HZ (B)
TK0INT via EA5KA (B), (L)
V73TS via JF1CCH (B), eQSL
VK9CZ via N3SL (B), (L), ClubLog
WP2Z via KU9C (B)
XE2VAS via WD9EWK (B), (L), eQSL
XW8XZ via M0URX (B, OQRS), (L)
YB8BRI/p via YB8BRI (d)
YB8HZ/p via YB8BRI (d)
YE1K via YE1ZAT (d)
ZD8RAF via G1EUZ (B)
ZF2LC via W2SM (B), (L)
ZL3X via ZL3PAH (B)

(d) = only direct
(B) = bureau ok
(*) = new QSL manager
(L) = Logbook of the World (LoTW)
(r) = e-mail request

QSLs arrived bureau: 3B8MM (DL6UAA), 3B8/F6HMJ, 3B8/SP2FUD, 3B9/OE4AAC,
5H3EE (DL4ME), 6V7T (F5RAV), 7T50I (7X2ARA),
8Q7UY (UT5UY), 9L0W (DK2WV), 9M0L (JK1FNL),
9Q6AL (DF9TA), 9V1SV, A35YZ (DL7UFR),
E51EWP (DJ8NK), E51NOU (N7OU), E51TLA (OZ6TL),
J25DXA (F8DFP), J28RO (F8DFP), J37LR (VE3EBN),
J79ZG (DL7AFS), J8/PE1IGM (PA3C), KG4ss (K4MIL),
S79UFT (F6AXX), T30YA (W7YAQ), T6JP (5Q2J),
V31QS (N4QS), V31YK (DL2AYK), V63AAZ (SA0AAZ),

QSLs arrived direct: 9M2AX, ZL9HR (EB7DX)

QSLs arrived LoTW: XT2TT

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