ARRL DX Bulletin 001
January 4, 2001

DX Bulletin 1 ARLD001
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT January 4, 2001
To all radio amateurs

ARLD001 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by Tedd, KB8NW, The OPDX Bulletin, The 599Rpt, The Daily DX, 425DXnews, DXNL and Contest Corral from QST. Thanks to all.

NIGER, 5U. Dan, 5U7DG, is QRV on 3796 kHz around 0000z and 1600z. QSL via K4SE.

EAST MALAYSIA, 9M6. Phil, 9M6CT, is usually QRV on 17 meters around 0200z.

THE GAMBIA, C5. Peter, C56/G2YT, has been QRV on 14182 kHz around 1730 to 1830Z. QSL to home call.

SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS. Oleg, CE9/R1ANF, has been QRV on 30 and 20 meters using CW. QSL via RK1PWA.

PHILIPPINES, DU. Special prefix 4D68 is being used by some DU operators to celebrate the 68th anniversary of the Philippine Amateur Radio Association.

PALESTINE, E4. Gunter, E4/OE1GZA, is QRV on 10 meters around 0900z, 15 meters around 1300z and 20 meters around 1400z. QSL via operator's instructions.

IRAN, EP. Moshen, EP3SMH, has been QRV on 80 meters SSB around 2330z.

KYRGYZSTAN, EX. Vlad, EX2T, is usually QRV on 14208 kHz around 0400z.

TAJIKISTAN, EY. Alex, EY8JJ, is generally QRV from 0300 to 0500z on 20 meters. QSL via LA5JX.

REUNION ISLAND, FR. Pat, FR5FD, has been QRV on 30 meters around 0130z, 17 meters around 0030z and 12 meters between 1200 and 1500z.

MINAMI TORISHIMA, JD1. JD1BCK is generally QRV on 21265 kHz from 0700z on. QSL via JM1TUK.

OGASAWARA, JD1. JD1BIA is usually QRV on 21260 kHz between 0800 and 0900z.

SVALBARD, JW. Per, LA3FL, is currently active as JW3FL in his spare time from Bear Island, IOTA EU-027. He has reactivated the old Bear Island club station JW1I. He will move to Hopen Island, IOTA EU-063, at the end of January. QSL to home call.

AUSTRIA, OE. Austrian amateurs may use the special prefix OE75 until December 31, 2001, to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Austrian Amateur Radio Club.

BANGLADESH, S2. S21YT is usually QRV on 7007 kHz around 2130z. He then QSY's to 80 meter CW around 2300z. QSL via JA7KXD.

SAN MARINO, T7. Tony, T77C, is usually QRV on 18070 kHz around 0600z.

PALAU, T8. T88DX has been QRV on 21276 kHz around 0930z. QSL via JI3DLI.

LAOS, XW. XW3QBR and XW3ZNR are generally active using SSB on 20, 15 and 10 meters. QSL both calls via IN3ZNR.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The ARRL RTTY Roundup and the Japan International DX CW Contest are all scheduled for this weekend. Please see January QST, page 99, for details.