DX Bullettins

Friday, 12th September 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP037 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP37 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 37 ARLP037 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA September 12, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP037 ARLP037 Propagation de K7RA We saw a nice increase in the level of solar activity this week, and the outlook for the near term looks go... [continue]

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD037 DX news ZCZC AE37 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 37 ARLD037 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT September 11, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD037 ARLD037 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by KI1U, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral ... [continue]

Thursday, 11th September 2014

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DXNL 1901 - September 10, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail:... [continue]

Saturday, 6th September 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP036 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP36 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 36 ARLP036 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA September 5, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP036 ARLP036 Propagation de K7RA Sunspot activity continued to weaken over the past seven days (August 28 through September 3). Average daily... [continue]

Friday, 5th September 2014

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD036 DX news ZCZC AE36 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 36 ARLD036 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT September 4, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD036 ARLD036 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by KI1U, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral f... [continue]

Thursday, 4th September 2014

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DXNL 1900 - September 3, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: ... [continue]

Friday, 29th August 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP035 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP35 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 35 ARLP035 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 29, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP035 ARLP035 Propagation de K7RA Average daily sunspot numbers this week moved from 101.7 to 113.4, while average daily solar flux changed from... [continue]

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD035 DX news ZCZC AE35 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 35 ARLD035 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT August 28, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD035 ARLD035 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST ... [continue]

Thursday, 28th August 2014

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DXNL 1899 - August 27, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dx... [continue]

Friday, 22nd August 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP034 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP34 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 34 ARLP034 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 22, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP034 ARLP034 Propagation de K7RA Solar indices and outlook are stronger this week. Average daily sunspot numbers rose 19.7 points to 114.6, whi... [continue]

Friday, 22nd August 2014

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SB DX @ ARL ARLD034 DX news ZCZC AE34 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 34 ARLD034 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT August 21, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD034 ARLD034 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all. FIJI, 3D2. Operators Stan, AC8W, Brian, KG8CO, Ted, K8AQM and Lee, N8LJ will be QRV as 3D2AC, 3D2CO, 3D2LJ and 3D2TR, respectively, from Tavenuni Island, IOTA OC-016, from August 24 to September 1. Activity will be on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL 3D2TR via K8AQM and all others via K8ESQ. TIMOR-LESTE, 4W. Wilbert, PE7T and James, N1YC are QRV as 4W/home calls until August 26. Activity is on 80 to 10 meters using CW and SSB. QSL 4W/PE7T via PE7T and 4W/N1YC via W5UE. WEST MALAYSIA, 9M2. Mirek, VK6DXI is QRV as 9M8DX/2 from Tioman Island, IOTA AS-046, until August 24. QSL via SP5UAF. CHINA, BY. Special event station B4YOG is QRV until August 28 to celebrate the 2nd Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing. Activity is on 40, 30, 20, 15 and 10 meters using CW, SSB and PSK. QSL via BD4WO. MOROCCO, CN. Francisco, EA7FTR, Eugene, EA5HPX, David, EB7DX and others are QRV as 5E7R from Rabat until August 24. QSL via EB7DX. SVALBARD, JW. Pete, SQ9DIE is QRV as JW/SQ9DIE from Spitsbergen, IOTA EU-026, until August 28. Activity is on 40 to 6 meters using SSB and RTTY. QSL to home call. MARIANA ISLAND, KH0. Joe, OZ0J will be QRV as KH0/OZ0J from Saipan, IOTA OC-086, from August 26 to September 2. Activity will be on 80 to 6 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK. QSL to home call. BULGARIA, LZ. Special event station LZ14FDAY will be QRV on August 23 and 24 during the LZ Field Competition Plovdiv 2014. QSL via LZ1BJ. CZECH REPUBLIC, OK. Special event station OL150FIRE is QRV until the end of August to commemorate the beginning of voluntary fire departments in the Czech Republic 150 years ago. QSL via OK5AM. BELGIUM, ON. Special event station OP147MN is QRV until September 20 to commemorate the beginning of World War I. QSL via ON2KP. NETHERLANDS, PA. Members of the Vaasen radio club will be QRV as PF32CAVENTE from August 26 to 29 from a large youth camp. Activity will be on 40, 20 and 15 meters using RTTY and PSK. QSL via PA7HPH. CRETE, SV9. Christo, LZ3FN will be QRV as SV9/LZ3FN from August 24 to September 7. Activity will be on the HF bands using mainly CW. QSL via LZ1PM. PALAU, T8. Yasu, JH2DFJ is QRV as T88DF until August 25. Activity is on the HF bands using CW, SSB, RTTY, SSTV and other digital modes. QSL to home call. UKRAINE, UR. Special event station EM360AL is QRV until the end of August to celebrate the 360th anniversary of the town of Lebedyn. QSL via UR3AHF. CHAGOS ISLAND, VQ9. Bob, N7XR will be QRV as VQ9XR from Diego Garcia, IOTA AF-006, beginning August 25 and will be here for three weeks. Activity will be on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL direct to home call. HONG KONG, VR. Jeffrey, K0UU is QRV as VR2UU until the end of 2015. QSL via operator's instructions. CAMBODIA, XU. Alex, M6CFW is QRV as XU7AEU from Phnom Penh until August 27. Activity is during his free time on 20, 17, 15 and 12 meters using various digital modes. QSL direct to home call. ASCENSION ISLAND, ZD8. Steve, G3ZVW is QRV as ZD8N until August 29. He is active during his morning and evening hours and weekends. QSL to home call. SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS. W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/8 in Ohio and W1AW/0 in North Dakota are QRV until 2359z on August 26. In addition, W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/1 in Maine and W1AW/7 in Arizona will be QRV starting at 0000z on August 27. They will be active until 2359z on September 2. THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The NCCC RTTY Sprint, NCCC Sprint CW Ladder, Hawaii QSO Party, Kansas QSO Party, QRP ARCI CW Welcome to QRP, Ohio QSO Party and the CVA DX SSB Contest are all on tap for this weekend. The SKCC CW Sprint and CWops Mini-CWT CW Test are scheduled for August 27. Please see August QST, page 74, and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details. NNNN /EX

Tuesday, 19th August 2014

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DXNL 1898 - August 20, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dxnl@dxhf.darc.de) translation by: Oliver Bock, DJ9AO 3D2, Fiji: Stan/AC8W, Brian/KG8CO, Ted/K8AQM, and Lee/N8LJ proceed from Tonga to Tavenuni Island, Fiji (OC-016) and will get on the air from August 24 to September 1 as 3D2AC, 3D2CO, 3D2LJ, and 3D2TR. QRV on 160-10m in CW, SSB, and RTTY. QSL 3D2TR via K8AQM (d/B), all others via K8ESQ (d/B). 4W, Timor-Leste: Wilbert, PE7T and James, 9V1YC/N1YC, remain active from Timor-Leste until August 26 signing 4W/homecalls. QRV on 80-10m in CW and SSB, QSL 4W/PE7T via PE7T, 4W/N1YC via W5UE, LotW; James's log will be updated daily in the OQRS system of W5UE. 8P, Barbados: Mike, G4BLH, is going to visit his family on Barbados (NA-021) from the 26th until September 1. He plans to get on the air as 8P9MC on 20m in SSB and, depending on condx, on 10m in CW/SSB running 100W, dipoles and a vertical for 10m. QSL via G4BLH (d/B). CN, Marocco: Francisco/EA7FTR, Eugene/EA5HPX, David/EB7DX, and friends pay a visit to the Association Royale des Radio-Amateurs du Maroc - ARRAM in Rabat and get on the air with the call 5E7R from the 21st to the 24th. QSL via EB7DX. E7, Bosnia-Herzegovina und 9A, Croatia: Mario, DJ2MX, will be holidaying with his family in E7 until the end of the month. During the first week he will be active as E73DX and will try to activate SOTA- and E7FF locations. During the second week he gets on the air from Murter Island (IOCA CI-074) as 9A4MX. Zik, 9A/VE3ZIK will join him there for further IOCA and 9AFF activations. QSL via DJ2MX (d/B). F, France: Moneteau hosts the 5ht Hamradio Meeting Sarayonne 23 on August 23. A YL-team from Moneteau gets on the air with the call TM70MON to celebrate the town's liberation 70 years ago. QSL only via bureau. LZ, Bulgaria: Special event station LZ14FDAY gets on the air during the LZ Field Competition Plovdiv 2014 on August 23 & 24. QSL via LZ1bJ (B), LZ1YQ (d), LoTW. OK, Czech Republic: OL150FIRE draws attention to the beginnings of voluntary fire departments in the Czech Republic 150 years ago. QRV until the end of the month from several locations. There is also an OL150FIRE award available. QSL via OK5AM (d/B), ClubLog. http://www.qrz.com/db/ol150fire ON, Belgium: OP147MN is another station commemorating the beginning of WW I on the air from August 22 to September 20. QSL via ON2KP (d/B). PA, Netherlands: Members of the radio club in Vaassen will take part in a large youth camp for kids aged 4 to 12, setting up PF32CAVENTE and operate from the 26th to the 29th on 15, 20, and 40m in PSK and RTTY. QSL via PA7HPH (d/B). RA, European Russia: The RU QRP Club celebrates its 12th anniversary with the call R12QRP. Activities from other regions will be marked by /3, /4, and /5. http://www.qrp.ru T8, Palau: Yasu, JH2DFJ, returns to Palau (OC-009, WW Loc. PJ77fi) from the 20th to the 25th and operates as T88DF. QRV on HF in CW, SSB, RTTY, SSTV and other digital modes. QSL via JH2DFJ (d/B), LoTW. eQSL. UR, Ukraine: EM360AL celebrates the 360th anniversary of the town Lebedyn until the end of August. QSL via UR3AHF (d/B). VE, Canada: CG3C commemorates the Conference of Charlottetown 150 years ago, where delegates of British North American colonies discussed a Canadian confederation for the first time. QRV from August 26 to September 25. QSL via VE3RHE (d/B), LoTW. http://canada-150th.ca/ VQ9, Chagos Island: Bob, N7XR, announces a 3-week long operation, starting on the 25th, from Diego Garcia (AF-006, WW Loc. MI62er). QRV as VQ9XR on 160-10m in CW, RTTY, and SSB, running an IC7600, an amplifier, Stepp-BigIR and a SpiderBeam. QSL via N/XR (d). http://www.wake-diego2014.org/ VR, Hong Kong: Jeffrey, K0UU, will be acive as VR2UU from Hong Kong (AS-006) until the end of 2015. QSL via LoTW. W, USA: Watch out for W1AW/0 from North Dakota and W1AW/8 from Ohio between the 20th and 26th. http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party https://centennial-qp.arrl.org/w1aw-portable-qsos.php XE, Mexico: Mexican hams will draw attention to the highest cable-stayed bridge in the world, crossing the Baluarte river at a height of 402.57m, with the call 4C2L. Operators are Jose/XE2L, Jose/XE2I, Guillermo/XE2MCC, Guillermo/XE2RFX, and Rafael/XE2LSP. QRV from the 22nd to the 24th. QSL direct via XE2L. Preview ======= FO, Austral Islands: John, NQ7T and Melanie, AB1UH, plan to activate Raivavae Island (OC-114) from October 3 to 13 with the call TX5Z (not TX5D as previously reported). QRV on 80-10m, with a focus on 80/40m in SSB and CW. QSL via N7QT (d), LoTW, eQSL. VU4, Andaman & Nicobar Islands: There is an expedtion planned to the Andaman (AS-001) and the Nicobar (AS-033) Islands for November. The team for VU4KV is mainly made up of former members of VU7AG and some additional operators. QSL via W4VKU. http://www.vu4kv.info/ ZL7, Chatham Island: A Japanese team plans to activate Chatham Island (OC-038) from September 11 to 16 as ZL7X on 160-6m. Stand by for DXNL 1901 for more information. Silent Key: Peter, DM2BBN (ET3BN), long-term head of the amateur radio club at Mittweida University, recently died. During the past 20 years he was also active from Addis Abeba as ET3BN. Abbreviations in this DXNL: ARLHS Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society CIsA Canadian Islands Awards GIOTA Greek Islands On The Air IIA Italian Island Awards IOCA Islands of Croatia Award LoTW Logbook of the World MIA Mediterranean Sea Island Award OQRS Online QSL Request System RRA Russian Robinson Award RDA Russian District Award WLOTA World Lighthouse On The Air Award WAB Worked All Britain IOTA Compiled by Friedrich, DL4BBH (E-Mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de) ==== IOTA-QRGs CW: 28040 24920 21040 18098 14040 10114 7030 3530 kHz SSB: 28560 28460 24950 21260 18128 14260 7055 3760 kHz AF-003; ZD8; Ascension Island: Steve/G3ZVW will be active as ZD8N from Ascension Island (WLOTA 1491) between the 21st and 29th. QRV during the morning and evening hours and during the weekends. QSL via h/c. AS-046; 9M2; Pahang / Johor State East group: Mirek/VK6DXI stays on Tioman Island (WLOTA 3536, 9MFF-009) from the 22nd to the 24th and operates as 9M8DX/2. QSL via SP5UAF (d/B), eQSL, LoTW. http://www.sp5ixi.dxing.pl/ AS-064; R0X; Bering Sea Coast group: A Russian team consisting of Adrey/R9XC, Vasily/RA1ZZ, Aleksandr/RA3AV, Valery/ UA0ZC, Avinir/UA1ZZ, and Viktor/UA3AKO gets on the air from Karaginsky Island (RRA RR-12-03, RDA KT-11, WW Loc. RO18sm) between the 21st and 28th, signing RI0X. QRV on 80-10m in CW, SSB, and possibly also digital modes. This will be the first activity from there since at least 15 years. QSL via UA3AKO (d/B). http://ri0x.org AS-117; JA1; Honshu's Coastal Islands: Kenji/JA4GXS will be active from Kadao Island as JA4GXS/4 on the 23rd and 24th on 40-15m in CW and SSB. QSL via h/c (d/B). EU-015; SV9; Crete Island: Christo/LZ3FN stays on the island (GIOTA KRS-005, MIA MGC-005, WLOTA 1400) between August 24 and September 7 and operates as SV9/LZ3FN on HF, mainly in CW. QSL via LZ1PM (d/B). EU-026; JW; Spitsbergen Island: Pete/SQ9DIE stays on Spitsbergen (WLOTA 0125, WW Loc. JQ78tf) from the 22nd to the 25th and operates as JW/SQ9DIE on 40-6m in SSB and RTTY. QSL via h/c (d/B). EU-045; I0; Lazio Region group: Alessio/IZ0CKJ activates Palmarola Island (IIA R008, MIA MI-068, IFF-010) until the end of August as IB0/IZ0CKJ. He also wants to visit smaller islands in the vicinity. QSL via h/c (d/B). EU-082; R1Z; Barents Sea Coast West group: Pavel/R2DX, Eugen/RW3FB, Misha/RW3FS, Dmitry/RZ3DJ, and Yan/RZ3FW join forces to put Kildin Island (RRA RR-03-03) on the air as RK3DZj/1 from the 21st to the 27th. QRV on 40-10m in CW, SSB, and digital modes, running 3 setups. QSL via bureau or direct via RW3FS. EU-091; I7; Puglia (Lecce / Brindisi / Bari) Region group: IQ7AF/p, run by a team, will operate on the 24th from Capezzone Island (IIA LE-004). QSL via IQ7AF (B). EU-120; G/M; English Coastal Islands: David/ M0OSA will be active /m from Holy Island during the evening hours (18z - 21z) between the 26th and 29th. QSL via h/c (B), eQSL. EU-136; 9A; Kvaner group: Marco, 9A/IZ3GNG and Joris, 9A/IZ3QHA, are going to operate from Krk (IOCA CI-046, MIA MC-185, WLOTA 1342) until the 25th in SSB and digital modes. QSLs automatically via bureau. EU-191; YO/UR; Fericirii Island: The Romanian Radio Club Association (A.R.R) has organised a number of expeditions to Fericirii, one of the new IOTA references, for the time between August 22 and September 30. Operators Dan/YO9FNR, Daniel/YO3GA, and Petrica/YO9RIJ will operate with the call YP0F. QSL via YO9FNP (d). http://qrz.com/db/YP0F NA-029; VY2; Prince Edward Island: Robert, VY2XDX, operateas as XO2C until September 2 from Prince Edward Island (CIsA PE-001, WLOTA 0523) to commemorate the Charlottetown Conference (see above). QSL via VE3RHE (d/B/L). http://canada-150th.ca/ OC-086; KH0; Northern Mariana Islands: Joe, OZ0J/5Q2T, is going to operate as KH0/OZ0J from Saipan between August 26 and September 2. QRV on 80-6m in CW, SSB, and digital modes (RTTY, PSK). QSL via OZ0J (d/B) OQRS preferred. http://www.oz0j.dk OC-173; VK8; Northern Territory (Arafura Sea Coast) West group: Craig/VK5CE plans to get on the air from Bathurst Island (WLOTA 2929) between the 26th and 29th as VK5CE/8. QRV in SSB, and maybe in PSK and RTTY. There is no internet connection on the island, for his operating schedule see: http://oc173.blogspot.com.au. QSL via h/c /d/B). SA-009; 9Y, 9Z; Tobago: Rick, AI5P, is active as 9Y4/AI5P from the 23rd until September 1 from Tobago Island (WLOTA 0412). QRV on 40-10m, mainly in CW. QSL via h/c (d). SA-044; YV5; La Tortuga: The Grupo DX Caracas announces an activation of Tortuga Island (WLOTA 3027, ARLHS VEN-047) for August 26 to 31. QRV as YW5D on 160-2m in CW, FM, SSB, and digital modes. The last activity from there was in 1999. QSL via DM4TI (d/B), OQRS. http://qrz.com/db/yw5d WWFF ==== Leighton Moss Nature Reserve - GFF-143 SANDS Contest Group activates this area from the 23rd to 25th (each day from 08z to 16z) with the call M0SCG. QRV on 40 and 2m in SSB. QSL via G1LAT (d) or M0SCG (B). Naardermeer Noord-Holland - PAFF-052 Peter/PD1RP plans to get on the air from PAFF-052 on August 21. QRV on 40, 20, and 10m in SSB. QSL via PD1RP (d/B), eQSL, LotW. 9AFF Expedition Zik/VE3ZIK (DK8ZZ) and Ivo/9A1AA plan to activate about 10 different 9AFF areas between the 19th and 22nd. QSL 9A/VE3ZIK via DK8ZZ (B), 9A1AA via bureau. http://44hr.atspace.eu/ WCA === Vaxholm Fortress - SM-00168 In the context of 100 years of Vaxholm Coastal Radio SE100SAF is going to operate from the FortressVaxholm (IOTA EU-084) on the 23rd. QRV on 80-10m in CW and SSB. QSL via SM0MPV (d/B), LoTW, eQSL. http://qrz.com/db/se100saf Calendar ======== start - end DX DXNL 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 2Axxx 1868 24.08.14 - 01.09.14 3D2AC 1898* 24.08.14 - 01.09.14 3D2CO 1898* 24.08.14 - 01.09.14 3D2LJ 1898* 24.08.14 - 01.09.14 3D2TR 1898* 06.14 - 08.14 3E100PC 1886 - 14 3W3B 1815 19.06.14 - 31.10.14 3Z5KK.. 1890 22.08.14 - 24.08.14 4C2L 1898* 07.14 - 07.15 4U20B 1895 - 26.08.14 4W/N1YC 1898* - 26.08.14 4W/PE7T 1898* - 08.17 5R8SV 1897 - 14 5Z4/LA4GHA 1827 - 31.12.13 5Z4EE 1807 - 14 6O0LA 1810/1827 07.14 - 09.14 6V1W 1890 - 31.12.13 7P8CC 1807/1820 - 31.12.14 7S400K 1866 01.08.14 - 24.08.14 8J1A 1895 - 31.12.14 8J1AOBA 1870 18.07.14 - 02.15 8J1ATUGI 1883 04.14 - 03.15 8J1FC 1878 06.14 - 12.14 8J1INUBO 1886 04.14 - 03.15 8J1TGN 1878 20.04.14 - 31.01.15 8J1ZC 1880 06.14 - 11.14 8J2GAMA 1886 - 03.15 8J2VE 1884 - 31.03.15 8J3ZUKA 1866 31.07.13 - 08.15 8J4J 1848 07.05.14 - 03.15 8J4HKR 1885 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 8J5JAZZ 1895 07.14 - 11.14 8J6GNB 1890 04.14 - 08.14 8J740YYM 1877 07.14 - 03.15 8J7INORI 1892 11.08.14 - 31.12.14 8J7KOR 1896 - 31.12.14 8J7T 1865 01.04.14 - 31.10.14 8J8JRCV 1881 04.14 - 03.15 8J9ONO 1878 07.14 - 11.14 8J9WSH 1892 08.14 - 10.14 8N1AQ 1895 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1NRT 1878 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1S60A 1878 15.01.14 - 30.09.14 8N3HKC 1870 08.08.14 - 16.11.14 8N4ARDF 1896 01.07.14 - 31.10.14 8N5CLEAN 1890 26.08.14 - 01.09.14 8P9MC 1898* 19.08.14 - 25.08.14 9A/IZ3GNG 1898* 19.08.14 - 25.08.14 9A/IZ3QHA 1898* 15.08.14 - 31.08.14 9A4MX 1898* 29.03.14 - 31.12.14 9A90Z 1880 - 11.14 9G5AC 1843 08.08.14 - 28.08.14 9M8DX/2 1897/1898* - 10.13 9V1RM 1751 23.08.14 - 01.09.14 9Y4/AI5P 1898* unknown A25/HB9CPS 1882 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 A35AC 1897 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 A35CO 1897 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 A35LT 1897 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 A35TR 1897 - 31.12.14 A91YA 1874 21.11.13 - 20.11.14 AF1G/C6A 1865/69 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AM0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AN0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AO0#xyz 1889 - 31.12.14 AY1DZ 1872 15.07.14 - 28.08.14 B4YOG 1897 resident C6ATH 1888 - 08.14 CE3/N5NU.. 1889 - 03.15 CE9OJZ.. 1886 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 CF3NAVY 1895 26.08.14 - 25.09.14 CG3C 1898* 15.08.14 - 03.09.14 CO6/IZ1GDB 1897 - 31.12.14 CW30A.. 1866 16.01.14 - 12.14 D2SG 1867 16.08.14 - 23.08.14 D44TLO 1897 15.02.14 - 01.15 D8A 1871 - 12.14 DA0EIM 1815 - 31.12.14 DB50FIRAC 1865 - 31.12.14 DF0DC 1865 - 31.12.14 DJ60DXMB.. 1865/68/77 06.14 - 12.14 DK0HORREM 1888 - 31.12.14 DK40BOSCH 1868 - 31.12.14 DK40ECH 1868 - 31.12.14 DL0HRS 1865 05.14 - 09.14 DL0MSR 1884 - 31.12.14 DL60JMZ 1865 - 08.14 DL600WW 1846 - 04.15 DM100CTK 1884 - 31.12.14 DM200TSV 1868 01.05.14 - 30.04.15 DM20KIDS 1884 31.05.14 - 31.12.14 DM50GRH 1888 12.13 - 11.14 DM50PCK 1860 - 31.12.14 DP90RKS.. 1865 - 02.15 DP0GVN 1864 - 12.14 DQ25GRENZE 1865 06.14 - 05.15 DQ60WAE 1887 - 31.12.14 DQ8T 1873 - 31.12.14 DQ0HARZ 1873 01.07.14 - 30.06.15 DR125HLK 1893 - 31.12.14 DR175LDE 1866 unknown DR800BI 1873 12.02.14 - 31.12.14 DS4DRE/4 1872 resident E41MT 1887 resident E41WT 1887 resident E51AND.. 1888/1892 08.07.14 - 31.12.14 E7100GP 1893 - 31.12.14 E72NATO 1892 15.08.14 - 23.08.14 E73DX 1898* 03.14 - 12.14 E750EBL 1875 10.08.14 - 24.08.14 EA6/SQ9C 1897 10.08.14 - 24.08.14 EA6/SQ9UM 1897 16.08.14 - 23.08.14 EH7FM 1897 - 31.12.14 EI14LCC 1866 - 31.12.14 EI30T 1866 - 31.12.14 EI1100WD 1897 - 31.12.14 EM50JA.. 1867 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 EM360AL 1898* - 31.12.14 EO90WF.. 1866 - 31.12.14 EO90WF 1866 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 ES25xxx 1896 - 10.15 FW5JJ 1852 - 08.14 FY/DL3LUM 1896 - 08.14 FY/PA3FHD 1896 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 GAxxx 1868 03.08.14 - 30.08.14 GB100ZZ 1896 - 31.08.14 GB1418WAR 1896 08.08.14 - 04.09.14 GB2VJ 1896 14.08.14 - 20.08.14 GN0GRC 1897 - 31.12.14 HB14SAF 1873 - 31.12.14 HB40VC 1868 01.01.14 - 31.08.14 HF2014JP 1867 - 12.14 HF685DM 1893 29.04.14 - 31.12.14 HF80PLOCK 1883 08.14 - 09.14 HG25PANEU 1897 05.04.14 - 31.12.14 HG100ATOM 1880 - 31.12.14 HG140JLO 1879 - 12.14 HH2/PY3SB 1892 - 17 HL2/F4AAR 1837 01.10.13 - 30.09.14 HP1A 1866 - 12.14 HS50RAST 1893 resident HZ1HZ 1886 11.08.14 - 21.08.14 I5/DL7VOA 1896 - 11.14 IA/IZ3SUS 1888 15.08.14 - 31.08.14 IB0/IZ0CKJ 1898* - 05.15 II8IDXC.. 1856/1861 24.08.14 IQ7AF/p 1898* 01.03.14 - 30.12.14 IY1GMS 1881 - 08.14 J28NC 1796 12.08.14 - 22.08.14 J3/AI5P 1896 23.08.14 - 24.08.14 JA4GXS/4 1898* - 15.09.14 JG8NQJ/JD1 1888 22.08.14 - 25.08.14 JW/SQ9DIE 1898* 26.06.14 - 28.08.14 JW/UA3IPL 1890 13.08.14 - 24.08.14 KF8UN/LU.. 1895 26.08.14 - 02.09.14 KH0/OZ0J 1898* unknown KH9/KJ6GHN 1885 - 31.12.14 LIxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LJxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LM1814 1865 - 31.12.14 LM2T75Y 1870 - 03.15 LU1ZD 1888 - 31.12.14 LY10NATO 1875 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 LY25xxx 1896 - 31.12.14 LZ60KSP 1875 26.08.14 - 29.08.14 M0OSA/M 1898* 23.08.14 - 25.08.14 M0SCG 1898* 27.06.14 - 26.10.14 N5T 1890/94 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 OF60A 1888 16.10.13 - 14.10.14 OH8R 1869 15.08.14 - 30.08.14 OL150FIRE 1898* - 31.12.13 OM44LTE 1872 04.08.14 - 04.09.14 OP14HC 1897 04.08.14 - 03.09.14 OP14B 1895 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 OP14L 1896 10.08.14 - 10.09.14 OP14S 1896 22.08.14 - 20.09.14 OP147MN 1898* unknown ON1418BSH 1893 - 15 OX5M 1843 - 15 OX5T 1843 - 14 P29NO 1814 - 31.12.14 PA35WO 1867 26.08.14 - 29.08.14 PF32CAVENTE 1898* 03.14 - 02.15 PG200KMAR 1875 - 31.12.14 PH65PH 1869 - 31.12.14 PI30DIG 1880 28.07.14 - 22.10.14 R14CWC.. 1894 15.06.14 - 15.09.14 R14GGR.. 1890 - 31.12.14 R80xx.. 1870 21.08.14 - 28.08.14 RI0X 1898* - 26.11.14 RI59ANT 1874 01.12.13 - 01.02.15 RI1ANT 1860/1862 21.08.14 - 27.08.14 RK3DZJ/1 1898* unknown S01WS 1885 - 31.12.14 S567O 1868 - 31.12.14 SC15DXR 1868 - 31.12.14 SC2014ECC.. 1866 23.08.14 SE100SAF 1898* 10.03.14 - 10.12.14 SN100LP 1882/95 - 30.11.14 SN150SZ 1879 unknown SN30RVG.. 1880 01.08.14 - 03.10.14 SN0MPW 1896 07.08.14 - 22.08.14 SV8/IZ1JFT 1896 10.08.14 - 20.08.14 SV8/IZ2ZTQ 1896 24.08.14 - 07.09.14 SV9/LZ3FN 1898* 15.07.14 - 08.14 SV8/SV1CEI 1892 - 08.14 SV9/ON6DSL/p 1895 - 15.09.14 T6DD 1877 20.08.14 - 25.08.14 T88DF 1898* - 15.09.14 TA2LJ/0 1895 - 31.12.14 TC10SWAT 1871 - .17 TJ3SN 1896 - 07.15 TJ3TS 1877 05.14 - 10.14 TK4QL 1882 03.14 - 12.14 TM02REF.. 1877 24.05.14 - TM0CXX 1886 - 31.08.14 TM5SIA 1898* 04.06.14 - 20.09.14 TM100BS 1892 - 31.12.14 TM400M 1865 unknown TM50AS 1888 27.05.14 - 18.10.14 TM68VA 1885 08.08.14 - 22.08.14 TM70LCA 1896 23.08.14 TM70MON 1898* 28.06.14 - 12.11.14 TM80GW 1890 29.03.14 - 21.09.14 TM850CS 1877 05.08.14 - 15.09.14 VC3A 1895 26.08.14 - 29.08.14 VK5CE/8 1898* 10.08.14 - 28.08.14 VP2MPX 1896 25.08.14 - 15.09.14 VQ9XR 1898* - 12.15 VR2UU 1898* - 08.14 VX9CMA 1895 20.08.14 - 26.08.14 W1AW/0 1898* 20.08.14 - 26.08.14 W1AW/8 1898* - 31.12.14 W100AW 1865 28.06.14 - 28.12.14 WW1USA 1895 20.08.14 - 02.09.14 XO2C 1898* - 23.11.14 XV2G 1897 01.07.14 - XW6OU 1890 unknown YJ0MG 1894 03.14 - 11.14 YL2014C.. 1873/74 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 YL25xxx 1896 22.08.14 - 30.09.14 YP0F 1898* - 31.12.14 YP1989TM 1866 - 31.12.14 YP25xx 1866 - 12.14 YS1/NP3J 1875 - 31.12.14 YT0PUPIN 1866 01.03.14 - 31.12.14 YU100CER.. 1875 26.08.14 - 31.08.14 YW5D 1898* - 31.12.14 YW80RCV 1871 unknown ZA/IW2JOP 1888 - 08.14+ ZA/IZ4JMA 1821 - 08.14 ZC4MIS 1878 21.08.14 - 29.08.14 ZD8N 1898* - 10.14 ZD9G 1857 - 10.14 ZD9M 1873 - 03.16 ZF2DX 1878 - 19.01.15 ZF35xxx 1873 - 10.14 ZM90DX 1851/1871 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 ZV7M 1897 * = new or updated .. = and other calls QSL information =============== 3D2AC via K8ESQ (d/B) 3D2CO via K8ESQ (d/B) 3D2LJ via K8ESQ (d/B) 3D2TR via K8AQM (d/B) 3W3B via E21EIC (L) 3Z9DX (B), (e) 3Z50AYP via SP7DQR 4C2L via XE2L (d) 4O7CC via UA4CC (B), (L) 4U2OB via 9A2AA (B) 4W/N1YC via W5UE (L) 4W/NB3MM via IZ8CCW (O) 4W/PE7T via PE7T (d/B), (L) 5H9AC via IN3ECI (d), (e) 5P2I/p via OZ1BII (B), (L), (e) 5R8FL (d) 5R8SV via G3SWH, (L) 5Q2J via OZ0J (B), (L) 6V1W via DO3MY (B) 7X2JV (d), (e) 8J5JAZZ (B) 8J7KOR (B) 8N1AQ (B) 8N4ARDF (B) 8P9MC via G4BLH (d/B) 9A4MX via DJ2MX (d/B) 9H1SS via 9H1MRL (d/B), (L), (e) 9M2/JE1SCJ via JE1SCJ (d/B) 9M8DX/2 via SP5UAF (d/B) 9Y4/AI5P via AI5P (d) A35AC via K8ESQ (d/B) A35CO via K8ESQ (d/B) A35LT via K8ESQ (d/B) A35TR via K8AQM (d/B) AM01AJV via EA1AJV (B) AM01CBX via EA1CBX (B) AM03NO via EA3NO (B), (L), (e) AM03KU via EA3KU (B), (L), (e) AM04EQ via EA4EQ (d/B), (L) AM04FLY via EA4FLY (B) AM04FTV via EA4FTV (B) AM05ASM via EA5ASM (B), (L) AM05BB via EA5BB (B), (L) AM05DNO via EA5DNO, (e) AM05IDQ via EA5IDQ (B), (C) AM05IIK via EA5IIK (B), (L) AM05HJY via EA7HBC (B) AM05HT via EA5HT (B) AM05HPX via EA5HPX (B) AM05RKE via LX1CX (B), EA5RKE (d) AM05TT via EA5TT (B), (e) AM06AD via EA6AD (B) AM06DB via EA6DB (d/B), (L), (e) AM06QY via EA6QY (B) AM07AYF via EA7AYF (B) AM07ISH via EA7ISH (d) AM07JOY via EA7JOY (d/B) AM07KZ via EA7KZ (L), (e) AM07RCV via EA7NL (B), (L), (e) AM07SS via EA7SS (d/B/L) AM07ZY via EA7ZY (B), (L) AO05AHA via EC5AHA (d) AO05JC via EC5JC (B) AO8LH via EA8AKN, (L) B4YOG via BD4WO (d/B) BD4UN via BD4UN (d), (L) BD9XE via BD4HF (B), (L) BG3UPA (B) BY1WJ via BA1AK (B), (L) C6ATW via N0TW C37AC QRZ.COM CG3C via VE3RHE (d/B), (L) CO6/IZ1GDB via IZ1GDB (d/B) CP1XRM via EA5RM CR5SN (d/B) CU8FN via HB9CRV (d/B), (L) D44TLO via ON4BR (d/B) DF0WCA via DL5AWI (d/B) DM200TSV via DL4WK (B, auto.) DP0GVN via DL5EBE (d/B) DQ0HARZ via DF7AA (d/B) DQ60WAE via DF1QR (d/B) DR50RRDXA via DJ6QT (B) DT0HH via DS3FGV (d) E22JQM (d/B) E51JD (d) E73DX via DJ2MX (d/B) EA6/SQ9C via SQ9C (d/B), (L) EA6/SQ9UM via SQ9UM (d/B), (L) EB9PH (d), (B) EG1LWI via EA1HNP (B) EG1SMA via EA1RKA (d/B) EH1LHA via EA1RKA (B), (L) EH3FPT via EA3RCY (d/B) EH7FM via EA7DN (d/B) EI0CAR/p via EI4JR (d/B) EI0LHL via EI4GXB (d), (L) EI1NC (B) EI4GZB (B), (L), (e) EI1100WD via EI2HZB (d/B) EM90WF via UR5WA, (L) EM360AL via UR3AHF (B), (L), (e) EN90WF via US5WE, (L) EV5SL/p via EW1BBA (B) EX2F via RW6HS (d) F4FRC (B), (L), (e) FK8EC via NI5DX (d) FS/PJ7MF via IZ1MHY (d) FY/DL3LUM via DL3LUM (d/B) FY/PA3FHD via PA3FHD (d/B) GA14CG (C), (O), (L) GB0NLH via G0BAR (B) GB0RSL via MI0BPB (d) GB1FBS via M0EDU, (e) GB1OL via MM5DWW (B), (L), (e) GB1PBL via G1OCN (d) GB1RM via GI3FFF (B), (e) GB1WWO E-Mail, (e) GB2ALE via G3NFC (B) GB2BHL via M0WAD (B), (e) GB2ELH via MM5PSL (d) GB2LBN via GM4UYZ (d/B) GB2GNL via GM3WIJ (B), (e) GB2VJ (B) GB4CGS via G7GJU GB4EUL (B) GB4FL via M0WBH (B), (e) GB6HPL via M6HPL (B), (e) GB100ZZ (C) GB1418WAR via M0OXO (O) GD0OUD (B), (L) GI5I via GI4TOH (d/B) GM3X via GM3POI, (L) GN0GRC via G0RCI (B) GX4HRC via G3SVK, (e) HB9SOTA/P via HB9-Bureau HB40VC via HB9DKZ (d/B) HB0/DG2RON/p via DG2RON HC5EG via EA5GL (d) HF30IL via SP8ZKX (B) HG5FIRAC via HA5BSW (L), (e) HG25PANEU (B) HI3CC via W2CCW (*) HI3TT via W2CCW (*) HL5NLQ (d), (L) HP1RN via IZ8CLM (B), (L), (e) HP3AK via W4JS (d), (L) HS7AT/p via E27EK (d) HT5T via TI4SU (d) HZ1BW (d/B) I5/DL7VOA via DL7VOA (d/B) IB0/IZ0CKJ via IZ0CKJ (d/B) IQ7AF/P via IQ7AF (B) IQ7IA via IZ7ZKR IW5DAX via HB9CQL (B) J3/AI5P via AI5P (d/B) J79XB via VE2XB JA4GXS/4 via JA4GXS (d/B) JW/RD1AL via RD1AL JW/SQ9DIE via SQ9DIE (d/B) JY4CI via K2AX (d) K1L via NM1Y (d), (L) K4P via AA4IO (e) KC4AAA via K1IED (d) KF8UN/LU via KF8UN (d) KF8UN/PY via KF8UN (d) KH0UA via JF1UCV (B), QRZ.COM KH0/OZ0J via OZ0J (d/B), (O) KL7RRC via N7RO (d) KL7SB via NI5DX (B), (L), (e) LI1B via LA1B (d/B), (L) LI2IZ via LA2IZ (L), (e) LI5TFA via LA5TFA LI8OK via LA9K (d/B) LX/DD5ZZ via DD5ZZ (d/B) LZ1680MTS via LZ1KCP (B), (L) M0OSA/M via (B), (e) M0SCG via G1LAT (d), (B) MI0TLG (d), (e) N2GC (d), (L) N4N via KA4WJR (d) NH0/N8TEY via JE1UFF NP4DX via W3HNK (d) OD5ARMY via OD5NJ (B) OE/OL1P via OK1ZHS OH5/DG2SBL via DG2SBL (d/B) OL150FIRE via OK5AM (d/B) (C) OM70SNP via OM7AW (d/B) OP14B via ON5UB (B) OP14HC (B) OP14L (C), (O), (L) OP14S via ON3SKG (B) OP147MN via ON2KP (d/B) OQ5M via ON5ZO (L), (e) OT4A via ON4AEK (L), (e) OX3YY via OZ7YY (d/B), (L) OX5T via OZ0J (d/B) PA1914WAR via PA5V (d/B) PA25SCH via PD2RKG (B) PA1200PA only (B) PD2OOR (B), (e) PD0FSB/p via PD0FSB (B) PF32CAVENTE via PA7HPH (d/B) PJ6/NM1Y via NM1Y (d), (L), (e) R14CWC only (e) R44QKO via RU3KO (d/B) R300GV via RQ1AP (B) RI0X via UA3AKO (d/B) RK3DZJ/1 via RW3FS (d/B) S51LGT via S57LO (d), (B) SE100SAF via SM0MPV (d/B) SK7BORE via SK7DX SN0MPW via SP5PEP (d/B) SN0RX via SP8RX (B) SN2LHKM via SP6TRX (B) SN2LHPP via SP6TRX (B) SN100LP via SP3PGR (B) SN100PKK via SP9KDU (B) SN777BL via SP4EOO (B), (L) SN1944PW via SP5ZIP (B) SV8/IZ1JFT via IZ1JFT (d/B) SV8/IZ2ZTQ via IZ2ZTQ (d/B), (L) SV9/LZ3FN via LZ1PM (d/B) T42R via EA7FTR T48FM via CO8RH (d) T88DF via JH2DFJ (B), (L), (e) TC1LHW via TCSWAT, (B) TC6LHW via TCSWAT, (B) TC10SWAT (B) TF1IRA via TF3MHN TF3G/2 via TF3G (d/B) TJ3SN via IZ1BZV (d), (L) TJ3TS via PA3249 (d/B) TK/DL1ASA via DL1ASA (d/B) TK/F1UJS via F1UJS (B), (L) TM0MN (B) TM2F via F4GTT (B), (e) TM5SIA via F5KCC (B) TM60GW via F5PCX (B) TM62PGM via F0DSH (d/B) TM70DP via F4AHJ (d/B) TM70LCA via F4AVX (d/B) TM70MON (B) TM88LC via F6CSQ (B) TM100BS via F5KOU (B), (L), (e) TM100LGG via F4GRW (B) TP2CE via F5LGF (d/B) TZ6BB via W3HNK (d), (L) UE71WZ via R2EA (B) VK2UZ (d/B) VK3DDD (d) VK3OLS (B) VK4CHB/p via VK4CHB (d/B) VK4WIR/p via VK4WIR (d/B) VK5CE/8 via VK5CE (d/B), (O) VK7ROY via EA7HBC (d/B) VP2MPX via IK2DUW (d/B) VQ9XR via N7XR (d) VQ94JC via ND9M (B) VR2UU (L) VX9CMA via VE9RLW (QRZ.COM) XO2C via VE3RHE (d/B), (L) XV2G QRZ.COM YD9CHD via YB9BN YF1AR via N2OO (d/B), (O) YF3BYE (B) YJ0GA via ZL3GA (B), (L) YJ0UO via G4BUO (d), (L), (e) YL/OK1MU via OK1MU YP0F via YP9FNP (d) YU177SB via YU1KN YV4NN via EA4HRT (d) YW5D via DM4TI (d/B), (O) YY1YLY (d), (L) ZB2LGT via ZB2BU (d) ZD8N via G3ZVW (d/B), (L) ZF1DX via W8BLA (d) ZV7M via PS7GL (d/B) ZW8T via PS8HF (B) ZX14DF via PT2AA (d/B) ZX14MT via PT2AA (d/B) ZX14RJ via PT2AA (d/B) ZY8D via PS8AB (d) (d) = direct (B) = bureau ok (L) = LoTW (O) = OQRS (C) = ClubLog (e) = eQSL (*) = new manager QSLs received direct: S01WS (EA2JG), YF1AR/6 (N2OO) Thanks for contributing to this issue of the DXNL: Carl Smith (QRZ DX), I1JQJ/IK1ADH & 425 DX News, DX World, VA3RJ & ICPO Bulletin, KB8NW & OPDX-Bulletin, DF6EX (WIN-QSL), DJ2MX, DJ3CQ, DJ5AV, DJ5JH, DJ9ZB, DK8JB, DK8ZZ, DL1BAH, DL1BSH, DL1SBF, DL7MAE, DL9WVM, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, G4BLH, NG3K & ADXO, OZ6OM & 50 MHz DX News, RSGB IOTA 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Saturday, 16th August 2014

ARLP033PropagationdeK7RA

SB PROP @ ARL ARLP033 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP33 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 33 ARLP033 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 15, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP033 ARLP033 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity showed further signs of weakness this week, with the average daily sunspot number dropping 41.8 points to 94.9, while average daily solar flux declined 36.5 points to 113.1. In the 45-day forecast for solar flux, it was surprising back on August 3 to see a new solar flux prediction of 150 for August 31 through September 3. I suspected this prediction would come down to a lower level, more in line with predicted values before and after that period, and in the August 11 forecast, that is what happened. The predicted solar flux for those dates was changed to 125 on August 31 through September 2, then 120 on September 3, where it remains today. From that 45-day forecast, solar flux at 105 is predicted for August 15, 110 on August 16 to 18, 105 on August 19 and 20, then 100 and 110 on August 21 and 22, 115 on August 23 and 24, 120 on August 25 and 26, then 125 and 130 on August 27 and 28, 125 on August 29 through September 2, 120 and 115 on September 3 and 4, and 110 on September 5 to 7. Flux values are expected to go as low as 100 on September 13 to 16, then rise to 135 by September 24, the day following the fall equinox. Predicted planetary A index is 8 on August 15 and 16, 5 on August 17 to 23, 8 on August 24, 5 on August 25 to 27, 8 on August 28 and 29, then 5, 12, 10 and 8 on August 30 through September 2, 5 on September 3 to 5, 8 on September 6, 5 on September 7 and 8, 8 on September 9, and 5 until September 18. Not all looks weak or bleak. On Thursday, August 14 there were four new sunspot regions emerging. We have not seen four or more new regions emerge in one day since December 31, 2013. And solar activity is certainly higher now than it was a year ago. Average daily sunspot numbers for propagation bulletins 31-33 this year (representing the past three weeks) were 107.7, 136.7 and 94.9. For the same weeks in 2013 the averages were 79.6, 85.4 and 85. OK1HH believes we should expect quiet to unsettled geomagnetic conditions on August 15, mostly quiet conditions August 16, quiet on August 17 and 18, mostly quiet August 19 to 21, quiet to unsettled August 22, active to disturbed August 23, quiet to unsettled August 24, mostly quiet August 25, quiet to active August 26 to 29, active to disturbed August 30, quiet to active August 31, mostly quiet September 1 and 2, quiet to unsettled September 3, quiet September 4 and 5, quiet to unsettled September 6, quiet on September 7, mostly quiet September 8, and quiet to unsettled September 9. He thinks we will see increased solar wind on September 7 to 9. Scott Bidstrup, TI3/W7RI sent this report: "In spite of the recent uptick in solar activity, there has been only a modest improvement in propagation here in the low latitudes. Ten meters has been open for several days during the first week of this month, but little before or since. Six has been entirely dead, and most of the avid six meter aficionados have pretty much given up for now. Often we will see TES openings from here into Brazil, Argentina and Chile on a daily basis for a month or so, beginning about now, but so far the propagation has been late to appear. Given the bust that this year's Es season into the States has been, we're not terribly hopeful, especially with the 304a index headed down again. The improved conditions on 75 meter DX have been continuing, but oddly enough, it's been almost entirely into VK/ZL and adjacent areas of the South Pacific from here. Normally, we'd be working Japan on gray line every day, but there've been just a few openings so far this season. The Intertropical Convergence Zone has been exceptionally active this year, and so atmospheric noise levels have been downright brutal - S9+30 on many mornings, and rarely below S9+10. This may account for the lack of Qs with Japan. We have yet another two months of high thunderstorm activity, and everyone's already looking forward to an end to it. 73 and best regards from rainy Costa Rica." Scott also sent along this article, about using techniques from weather forecasting to aid in predicting solar cycles: http://www2.ucar.edu/atmosnews/just-published/12097/next-step-toward-predicting-sun-cycles Penn State has an article and impressive video on the 2.5 meter telescope at Apache Point Observatory, Sunspot, New Mexico. Read about it here: http://news.psu.edu/video/322684/2014/08/12/research/sloan-foundation-25m-telescope-apache-point-observatory-sunspot-new The video on that page is a wonderful time-lapse movie of this very busy telescope over one night. Be sure to select the HD option and expand to full screen. Watch the stars track across the sky, while a technician scurries around tending to this telescope. Eventually the sun rises. Separately, the video is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AHsS57NMQjE Here is a great big representation of smoothed sunspot numbers, back to 1985, for cycles 22 to 24. Note you can click on it to make it appear even larger: http://solarscience.msfc.nasa.gov/images/Cycle22Cycle23Cycle24big.gif David Moore of Morro Bay, California frequently sends interesting items about our sun, and here is one explaining why the sun's atmosphere is so much hotter than its surface: http://www.sciencealert.com.au/news/20140408-25970.html For more information concerning radio propagation, see the ARRL Technical Information Service at http://arrl.org/propagation-of-rf-signals. For an explanation of the numbers used in this bulletin, see http://arrl.org/the-sun-the-earth-the-ionosphere. An archive of past propagation bulletins is at http://arrl.org/w1aw-bulletins-archive-propagation. More good information and tutorials on propagation are at http://k9la.us/. Monthly propagation charts between four USA regions and twelve overseas locations are at http://arrl.org/propagation. Instructions for starting or ending email distribution of ARRL bulletins are at http://arrl.org/bulletins. Sunspot numbers for August 7 through 13 were 158, 101, 111, 64, 82, 80, and 68, with a mean of 94.9. 10.7 cm flux was 136, 123, 113, 108, 105, 104, and 103, with a mean of 113.1. Estimated planetary A indices were 6, 8, 4, 9, 7, 12, and 6, with a mean of 7.4. Estimated mid-latitude A indices were 6, 9, 4, 9, 7, 11, and 8, with a mean of 7.7. NNNN /EX

Friday, 15th August 2014

ARLD033DXnews

SB DX @ ARL ARLD033 DX news ZCZC AE33 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 33 ARLD033 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT August 14, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD033 ARLD033 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by CX3AL, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all. MADAGASCAR, 5R. Jack, AI4SV plans to be QRV as 5R8SV from Antananarivo, IOTA AF-013, during the next 3 years. Activity will be on the HF bands using mainly CW. QSL via G3SWH. TONGA, A3. Operators Stan, AC8W, Brian, KG8CO, Charles, KN8R and Lee, N8LJ will be QRV as A35AC, A35CO, A35LT and A35TR, respectively, from Tongatapu Island, IOTA OC-049, from August 16 to 24. Activity will be on 160 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL A35AC, A35CO and A35LT via K8ESQ, and A35TR via K8AQM. URUGUAY, CX. Members of the Radio Club Uruguayo will be QRV as CW1R from the Punta del Esta Lighthouse, ILLW UY0005, during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend. Activity will be on 80 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and various digital modes with at least two stations. QSL via bureau. CAPE VERDE, D4. Carlo, ON4BR will be QRV as D44TLO from Boa Vista Island, IOTA AF-086, from August 16 to 23. Activity will be on 40 to 10 meters using CW. QSL to home call. FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY, DA. Look for DK0FC to be QRV as DK0FC/LGT from the Wangerooge Lighthouse, ILLW DE0030, during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend. QSL via DB1BAC. SPAIN, EA. Hans, DK6EA and Heike, DC2CT will be QRV as EA1/home calls from the Faro de Cabo Silleiro Lighthouse, ILLW ES00039, during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend. QSL to home calls. IRELAND, EI. Members of the South Eastern Amateur Radio Group are QRV as EI1100WD until the end of 2014 to celebrate the 1100th anniversary of the founding by Vikings in 914 of the town of Waterford. QSL via EI2HZB. FRANCE, F. Helmich, PA0HEL and Peter, PA0RLM will be QRV as TM0LHG from the Gravelines Lighthouse, ILLW FR0002, during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend. Activity will be on 80, 40, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 2 meters using SSB. QSL via PA0HEL. PUERTO RICO, KP4. Operators Carlos, KP4CPC, Eduardo, NP4GE, Anthony, WP4I and Rafael, KP4ROS are QRV from Culebrita Island, IOTA NA-099, from the Culebra Lighthouse, ILLW PR0013, during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend. QSL via WP4I. DENMARK, OZ. Members of the MF-Runde will be QRV as OZ0MF and 5P0MF/LH from the Nordborg Lighthouse, ILLW DK0006, during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend. QSL via DF5LW. SWEDEN, SM. Members of the Enkoping Radio Klubb will be QRV as SK5WB from the new Understen Lighthouse, ILLW SE00061, and the old Understen Lighthouse, ILLW SE00062, during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend. Activity will be 80 to 10 meters, including 6 and 2 meters, and 70 cm. QSL via SK5WB. DODECANESE, SV5. Members of the Radio Amateur Association of Dodecanese will be QRV as SZ5RDS/p from Stroggili Islet, IOTA EU-001, and from the Ipsili Lighthouse, ILLW GR0003, during the International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend. Activity will be on 80 to 2 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSL via SV5AZP. TURKEY, TA. Look for TC1LHW and TC6LHW to be QRV during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend from the Istanbul Terkos Karaburun Lighthouse and Samsun Bafra Lighthouse, respectively. QSL via bureau. AUSTRALIA, VK. Alan, VK5PBZ will be QRV as AX5PBZ from the Port Germein Lighthouse, ILLW AU0069, during the International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend. QSL to home call. In addition, look for Trevor, VK3ATX to be QRV from lighthouse ILLW AU0080 on Gabo Island, IOTA OC-196, during the International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend. QSL to home call. INDIA, VU. Operators VU2LU, VU2GGM, and VU2JHM are QRV as AT5RP from Pamban Island, IOTA AS-173, until August 17. They are active from the lighthouses Pamban Channel, ARLHS IND-048, and Rameswaram, ARLHS IND-058. QSL via VU2LU. VIET NAM, XV. Andy, UA3AA is QRV as XV2G until November 23. Activity is on the HF bands using mainly CW. QSL direct to home call. SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS. W1AW Centennial Station W1AW/5 in Oklahoma is QRV until 2359z on August 19. In addition, W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/8 in Ohio and W1AW/0 in North Dakota will be QRV starting at 0000z on August 20. They will be active until 2359z on August 26. THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The ARRL RTTY Rookie Roundup, ARRL 10 GHz and Up Contest, International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend, NCCC RTTY Sprint, NCCC Sprint CW Ladder, SARTG World Wide RTTY Contest, Russian District Award Contest, Keyman's Club of Japan CW Contest, North American SSB QSO Party, Feld Hell Sprint, CVA DX CW Contest and the SARL HF Digital Contest will certainly keep contesters busy this upcoming weekend. The Run for the Bacon QRP CW Contest is scheduled for August 18. The CWops Mini-CWT CW Test is scheduled for August 20. Please see August QST, page 74, and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details. NNNN /EX

Wednesday, 13th August 2014

DXNLDXNL1897Aug132014

DXNL 1897 - August 13, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dxnl@dxhf.darc.de) translation by: Oliver Bock, DJ9AO Change of editorship at the DXNL: Johannes, DK8JB, our reliable and dedicated editor has stepped down from the editorship of the DXNL after the initially stipulated 3 years of tenure. He had taken over this duty at short notice from Helmut, DL7MAE, in summer 2011. At the same time Klaus, DL7UXG, became his co-editor for the IOTA part of DXNL. The committee DX & HF-Contesting wishes to thank Johannes for his work and many informative bits of DX-news. Starting with DXNL 1896 of last week Klaus has been "promoted" to full editorship. He will now be assisted by Friedrich zur Hellen, DL4BBH, who will now compile the news regarding IOTA, WWFF and other special interest award schemes. DXNL celebrates its 60th year currently. See http://www.qrz.com/db/DJ60DXMB for information about our special call and award. Enrico Stumpf-Siering, DL2VFR Chairman DX & HF-Contesting DARC e.V. 3B8, Mauritius: Paul, HB9ARY, continues to be active as 3B8/HB9ARY until the 18th from Mauritius (AF-019). QRV on 40-10m in SSB and a little CW. QSL via NI5DX (d). 3W, Vietnam: Andy, UA3AA, will be active mainly in CW as XV2G until November 23. QSL only via direct (qrz.com). 5R, Madagascar: Jack/AI4SV hopes to get on the air as 5R8SV from Antananarivo (AF-013) during the next 3 years. QRV on HF, mainly in CW. QSL via G3SWH, LoTW, ClubLog. 9M2, West Malaysia: Mirek, VK6DXI, is currently active until the 18th as 9M8DX/2 during his free time, mainly in CW. QSL via SP5UAF (d/B). A3, Tonga: Stan/AC8W, Brian/KG8CO, Charles/KN8R, and Lee/N8LJ are expected on the air with their calls A35AC, A35CO, A35LT, and A35TR between the 16th and 24th from Tongatapu (OC-049). QRV on 160-10m in CW, SSB, and RTTY. QSL A35AC, A35CO, A35LT via K8ESQ (d/B), A35TR via K8AQM (d/B). B*, China: B4YOG operates until August 28 in the context of the 2nd Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing (August 16 to 28). QSL via BD4WO (d/B). CO, Cuba: Riccardo/IZ1GDB pays Cuba another visit from August 15 to September 3 and plans to get on the air holiday-style as CO6/IZ1GDB from the station of Orelvis/CO6LC. QSL via IZ1GDB (d/B). D4, Cape Verde: Carlo, ON4BR, will activate the island Boa Vista (AF-086, WLOTA 0972, WW Loc. HK85ox) from the 16th to the 23rd. QRV as D44TLO on 40-10m in CW. QSL via ON4BR (d/B). E5, South Cook Islands: Andy, E51AND, reports: There are only 4 resident amateurs on Rarotonga (OC-013): E51JD, E51BQ, E51CG, and E51AND, who is the only CW operator. As he is no DXer he asks for patience when appearing on the bands. For QSL info see qrz.com. EA, Spain: EH7FM operates around the Fair of Malaga 2014 from the 16th to the 23rd. QSL via EA7DN (d/B). Members of the Mike Victor Delta DX Group will participate in the Festival of Mollet del Valles in Barcelona with the special call EG3MDV. QRV August 15 to 19, QSL via EA3HLM (d/B). Jayran al-Amiri conquered Almeria in July 1014 and established his kingdom Taifa. EG7MRA commemorates this historic event on the air until August 17. QSL via EA7NL, LotW. EI, Ireland: Waterford, founded by Vikings in 914 celebrates its 1100th anniversary, being the oldest town in Ireland. The South Eastern Amateur Radio Group celebrates this until the year's end with the call EI1100WD (EU-115). QSL via EI2HZB (d/B). http://waterford1100.com/ F, France: French YL operators will hold an activity day on August 15 to give the opportunity to work QSOs for the French YL Award 2014. There will also be special calls active such as TM57YL (op: F4DHQ & DK2YL, QSL via F-11734) and TM82DCPF (op: F5MSS, QSL via F5MSS). http://www.ref-union.net/yls/en/ http://www.ref-union.net/yls/en/french-yl-diploma-2014 TM70DP commemorates the Allied landing in Southern France (operation Dragoon and Anvil), which began on 15 August 1944. Operators are F5KBJ, F6KGC, F8KGH. QSL via F4AHJ (d/B). G, England: The South Essex Amateur Radio Society holds a fieldday on August 16 to commemorate the crash of a B17 bomber at Canvey Point in 1944. QRV as GB2HB. HA, Hungary: HG25PANEU, operated by the Amateur Radio Club in Sopron, calls attention to the Pan-European Picnic of 1989 which marked the beginning of lifting the Iron Curtain between Hungary and Austria on 19 August 1989. QSL via bureau. ON, Belgium: ON31IOF, run by members of the radio club ON4DST, operates during the 31st Oldtimer Meeting for airplanes and cars in Schaffen on August 16/17. QSL via ON3HO (d/B). http://www.on4dst.be/index.html http://flyin.dac.be/en OP14HC (by radio club ON&HC) commemorates the beginning of WW I on the air until September 4. UBA also issues an award concerning WW I. QSL via bureau. http://www.uba.be/fr/actualites/flash/op14xx-comm-morations-du-centenaire-de-la-grande-guerre OX, Greenland: Daniel, OX5T, went QRT at Sisimuit on July 6 and will change his location to Qaqortoq (South Greenland). En route he stopped at OX3KQ (August 1 to 4) and operated as OX5T in SSB and CW. Check his qrz.com entry page after August 15 for further news. QSL via OZ0J (d/B). PY, Brazil: Members of the Aroeira DX Group plan to be active as ZV7M in both legs of the CVA Contest (CW: August 16/17, SSB: 23/24). Members of the team are Charlon/PS7AW, Ed/PS7DX, Joao/PS7GL, Nathan/PS7HD, Carlos/PS7KC, and Jose/PS7NN. QSL via PS7GL (d/B). http://glauberviana2009.wix.com/cva3-dx-html TK, Corsica: Thomas/DL1ASA is currently active holiday-style (morning and evening hours) as TK/DL1ASA (EU-014) until August 15. QSL via DL1ASA (d/B). W, USA: W1AW operates /5 from Oklahoma between the 13th and 19th.http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party https://centennial-qp.arrl.org/w1aw-portable-qsos.php XE, Mexico: Members of the Radio Aficionados Regiomontanos ARC (XE2SO) operate as 4A2MAX from the St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe Temple in Monterrey between the 13th and 16th. QRV on 40-6m in SSB, CW, and RTTY. Preview: ======== T30, Western Kiribati: The German team going to Western Kiribati (OC-017) looks forward to their departure. They plan to be active from October 2 to 15 as T30D with 4 rigs on 160-6m in CW, SSB, and RTTY. http://t30d.mydx.de VK0, Heard Island: VK0EK - Heard Island 2016: Wayne (N7NG) and Martti (OH2BH) have now been appointed as radio team leaders of the planned 2016 expedition. http://vk0ek.org ZK3, Tokelau Island: Jacek, SP5EAQ and Marcin, SP5ES, are planning a 3 week long expedition to Tokelau (ZK3E and ZK3Q) in October. http://zk3.sp5drh.com/index.html Abbreviations in this DXNL: =========================== ARLHS Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society ILLW International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend LoTW Logbook of the World OQRS Online QSL Request System WLOTA World Lighthouse On The Air Award IOTA Compiled by Friedrich, DL4BBH (E-Mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de) ==== IOTA QRGs CW: 28040 24920 21040 18098 14040 10114 7030 3530 kHz SSB: 28560 28460 24950 21260 18128 14260 7055 3760 kHz AS-173; VU; Tamil Nadu State group: VU2LU, VU2GGM, and VU2JHM plan to activate Pamban Island from the 13th to the 17th as AT5RP, running two stations in CW and SSB. This will be the second ever activity from the island after AT0RI in 2004. Stations will be located at the lighthouses Pamban Channel (ARLHS IND-048) and Rameswaram (ARLHS IND-058). The island is also part of VUFF-030, Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park. QSL via VU2LU. For up-to-date information see qrz.com. AS-200; JA5; Shikoku's Coastal Islands: Hiro/JS3CTQ operates as JA6TBE/5 from Shodo Island between the 13th and 16th. AS-200 is one of the new IOTA references. QSL via JA6TBE (B) or JS3CTQ (d). EU-001; SV5; Dodecanese: Bill/SV5AZP, Christos/SV5DDT, Efstathios/SV5DKL, and SV5KKA announce an activation of Stroggili Island as SZ5RDS/p during the 16th and 17th. They will also participate in the ILLW from Ipsili (ILLW GR0003, ARLHS GRE-123, WLOTA 1653). QSL via SV5AZP (d), eQSL, log will be uploaded to ClubLog. http://sv5fri.blogspot.gr/2014/08/sz5rdsp-activation-of-stroggili-islet.html EU-004; EA6; Balearic Islands: Watch out for Alex/SQ9UM and Tom/SQ9C working from Mallorca between the 10th and 24th signing EA6/homecalls. QRV on 40-6m. QSL via h/c (d/B/L). EU-064; F; Pais de la Loire Region group: Geoffrey/F4FVI is going to operate as TM3NOI from Noirmoutier Island. QRV on August 16/17 on 80-10m. QSL via F4FVI (d/B/L), eQSL. http://www.qrz.com/db/tm3noi EU-096; OH1; Lansi-Suomi (Turku) Province group: Markus/OH1MN and Janne/OH1SDR get on the air as OH10TA from Lovo Island (WW Loc. KO19fx) on the 16th and 17th. QRV mainly on 2m and 6m MS, HF only during poor VHF condx. QSL via OH1MN (d/B). http://www.sral.fi/oh1mn/oh10ta EU-122; GI; Northern Irish Costal Islands: Alan/G0RCI, Kevin/G6SSN, Harry/G7DEH, Pete/M0USY, and Arthur/M0GUU form a team to operate as GN0GRC from Rathlin Island (East Lighthouse, WLOTA 0039) between the 14th and 20th. QRV on all bands in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via G0RCI (d/B). http://www.garc.org.uk/ EU-146; PA; Zuid Holland/Zeeland Province group: Peter/ON8VP, Christian/ON4LAN, Michel/ON6QO, Jean-Pierre/ON5JT, Cecile/ON5TC, and Ronald/ON5TQ activate the island Schouwen Duiveland (WLOTA 3089) on the 15th. QRV as PA/ON8VP/p on HF in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via ON8VP (B). EU-177; SM5; Sodermanland/ Ostergotland County group: Kjell, SM4DDS, pays a visit to Boko Island from the 10th to 15th and works as 7S5A. He also plans to activate SMFF-0316. QSL via SM4DDS. NA-099; KP3, KP4; Puerto Rico: Carlos/ KP4CPC, Eduardo/ NP4GE, Anthony/WP4I, and Rafael/KP4ROS activate Culebrita Island (Little Snake, USI PR002S) from the 15th to the 17th and Culebra Lighthouse (ILLW PR0013) during the ILLW. QSL via WP4I (d/B/L), eQSL. OC-233; VK; Tasmania: Tony (VK3VTH) works as VK3VTH/7 from King Island from the 14th to the 17th and will also participate in the ILLW (ARLHS AU-0016). QSL via h/c (d/B/L), eQSL. Lighthouse activities ===================== ILLW - International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend "International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend - ILLW" will take place on August 16/17. See: http://www.illw.net/ Lighthouse Podersdorf - AT0002 The club station of the "Marine Funker Club Austria", OE6XMF, will be on the air as OE6XMF/4 from Podersdorf Lighthouse (ILLW AT0002) at Lake Neusiedler. QSL via OE6CAG (B) eQSL. Port Germein Lighthouse - AU0069 Alan/VK5PBZ will be QRV during the ILLW from Port Germein Lighthouse as AX5PBZ. QSL via Homecall (d/B/L). Lighthouse Gabo Island - AU0080 Trevor/ VK3ATX will activate the lighthouse on Gabo Island (ILLW AU0080 & IOTA OC-196). QSL via Homecall (d/B). http://www.qrz.com/db/vk3atx Burlington Main Light - CA0015 Rick/VE3BK and a team of the Hamilton Amatuer Radio Club will activate Burlington Lighthouse (ILLW CA0015) as VE3DC. QSL via VE3DC (d/B). Alter Leuchtturm Wangerooge - DE0030 DK0FC/LGT will be QRV from Wangerooge Lighthouse (ILLW DE0030, ARLHS FED-252) during the ILLW. QSL via DB1BAC (d/B). Leuchtturm Buesum - DE0098 Peter/DL4ABB will activate Buesum Lighthouse (ILLW DE0098) during the ILLW. QSL via Homecall (d/B) eQSL. http://www.qrz.com/db/dl4abb Leuchtturm Brunsbuettel Mole - DE0108/ Brunsbuettel Unterfeuer - DE0113 DA0LHT will be QRV from the following lighthouses: Mole 1 (ILLW DE0108, ARLHS FED-054) Mole 2 (ILLW DE0109, ARLHS FED-055) Mole 3 (ILLW DE0110, ARLHS FED-056) Mole 4 (ILLW DE0111, ARLHS FED-057) Oberfeuer Brunsbuettel (ILLW DE0112, ARLHS FED-052) Unterfeuer Brunsbuettel (ILLW DE0113, ARLHS FED-053) QSL via DA0LHT (Buero) or DF1AG (d). http://www.qrz.com/db/da0lht Lighthouse Nordborg - DK0006 Members of the "MF-Runde" will use the callsigns OZ0MF and 5P0MF/LH during the ILLW from Nordborg LH (ILLW DK0006) on the HF bands. QSL via DF5LW (d/B) eQSL. Faro de Cabo Silleiro Lighthouse - ES00039 Hans/EA1/DK6EA and Heike/EA1/DC2CT will activate Faro de Cabo Silleiro (ARLHS SPA-047) for the ILLW. QSL via h/c (d/B/L) eQSL. Lighthouse Gravelines - FR0002 Helmich/PA0HEL and Peter/PA0RLM will use the callsign TM0LHG from Gravelines (ILLW FR0002) on 80, 40, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 2m in SSB. QSL via PA0HEL (d/B). Farol do Cabo de Sines - PT0031 Antonio/CT1CZT, Alvaro/CT1FOG, David/CT1DRB will activate Farol do Cabo de Sines (ILLW PT0031, ARLHS POR-008, WCA CT-01351) as CR5SN on 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10m in CW and SSB. QSL via CR5SN (d/b) eQSL. Understen Lighthouse - SE00061, SE00062 Members of the Enkoping Radio Klubb will spend the ILLW at the new Understen Lighthouse (ILLW SE00061) and the old Understen Lighthouse (ILLW SE00062) and work as SK5WB on 80, 40, 20, 15, 10, 6, 2m and 70cm. QSL via SK5WB (d/B). North Foreland Lighthouse - UK0128 GB0NFL will be QRV during the ILLW from North Foreland Lighthouse at the coast of Kent. QSL via GB0NFL (d/B). http://www.m0lmk.co.uk/gb0nfl Punta del Este Lighthouse - UY0005 The 0Radio Club Uruguayo will use the callsign CW1R from August 15 to 17 from Punta del Este Lighthouse (ILLW UY0005, ARLHS URU-008) from 80 - 10m in CW, SSB and Digi Modes. QSL vis CW1R (B) or direct to Radio Club Uruguayo, POB 37, 11000 Montevideo. WWFF activities =============== Raseliniste Kaplicky - OKFF-887 From August 13 to 15, Berti/DK7FK will be QRV from OKFF-887 as OK8FK/P, mostly on 40m in CW and SSB. QSL via bureau to DK7FK. Naturpark Bergisches Land - DLFF-044 On August 17, the DARC chapter "Biggesee" (O43) will be on the air as DK0BIG on 80 - 10m (possibly also 2m) from Naturpark Bergisches Land (DLFF-044). QSL via DK0BIG (B). WCA activities ============== Skansin Fortress - OY-00001 Mario/OZ7CCC plans the first activation of Skansin Fortress (WCA OY-00001) in Torshavn on August 16 as OY/OZ7CCC/P. QSL via DL4MFM (B), eQSL. Calendar ======== start - end DX DXNL 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 2Axxx 1868 09.08.14 - 16.08.14 2M0EME 1896 - 18.08.14 3B8/HB9ARY 1897* 06.14 - 08.14 3E100PC 1886 - 14 3W3B 1815 19.06.14 - 31.10.14 3Z5KK.. 1890 13.08.14 - 16.08.14 4A2MAX 1897* 07.14 - 07.15 4U20B 1895 - 08.17 5R8SV 1897* - 14 5Z4/LA4GHA 1827 - 31.12.13 5Z4EE 1807 - 14 6O0LA 1810/1827 07.14 - 09.14 6V1W 1890 - 31.12.13 7P8CC 1807/1820 - 31.12.14 7S400K 1866 10.08.14 - 15.08.14 7S5A 1897* 01.08.14 - 24.08.14 8J1A 1895 - 31.12.14 8J1AOBA 1870 18.07.14 - 02.15 8J1ATUGI 1883 04.14 - 03.15 8J1FC 1878 06.14 - 12.14 8J1INUBO 1886 04.14 - 03.15 8J1TGN 1878 20.04.14 - 31.01.15 8J1ZC 1880 - 07.14 8J23776M 1886 06.14 - 11.14 8J2GAMA 1886 - 03.15 8J2VE 1884 - 31.03.15 8J3ZUKA 1866 31.07.13 - 08.15 8J4J 1848 07.05.14 - 03.15 8J4HKR 1885 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 8J5JAZZ 1895 07.14 - 11.14 8J6GNB 1890 04.14 - 08.14 8J740YYM 1877 07.14 - 03.15 8J7INORI 1892 11.08.14 - 31.12.14 8J7KOR 1896 - 31.12.14 8J7T 1865 01.04.14 - 31.10.14 8J8JRCV 1881 04.14 - 03.15 8J9ONO 1878 07.14 - 11.14 8J9WSH 1892 08.14 - 10.14 8N1AQ 1895 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1NRT 1878 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1S60A 1878 15.01.14 - 30.09.14 8N3HKC 1870 08.08.14 - 16.11.14 8N4ARDF 1896 01.07.14 - 31.10.14 8N5CLEAN 1890 29.03.14 - 31.12.14 9A90Z 1880 - 11.14 9G5AC 1843 08.08.14 - 28.08.14 9M8DX/2 1897* - 10.13 9V1RM 1751 unknown A25/HB9CPS 1882 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 A35AC 1897* 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 A35CO 1897* 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 A35LT 1897* 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 A35TR 1897* 29.07.14 - 04.08.14 A35UO 1894 - 31.12.14 A91YA 1874 21.11.13 - 20.11.14 AF1G/C6A 1865/69 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AM0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AN0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AO0#xyz 1889 13.08.14 - 17.08.14 AT5RP 1897* 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 AX5PBZ 1897* - 31.12.14 AY1DZ 1872 15.07.14 - 28.08.14 B4YOG 1897* 27.07.14 - 16.08.14 C21BN 1894 resident C6ATH 1888 - 08.14 CE3/N5NU.. 1889 - 03.15 CE9OJZ.. 1886 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 CF3NAVY 1895 15.08.14 - 03.09.14 CO6/IZ1GDB 1897* 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 CR5SN 1897* 05.08.14 - 11.08.14 CT7/CU3AA/p 1895 15.08.14 - 17.08.14 CW1R 1897* - 31.12.14 CW30A.. 1866 16.01.14 - 12.14 D2SG 1867 16.08.14 - 23.08.14 D44TLO 1897* 15.02.14 - 01.15 D8A 1871 - 12.14 DA0EIM 1815 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 DA0LHT 1879* - 31.12.14 DB50FIRAC 1865 - 31.12.14 DF0DC 1865 - 31.12.14 DJ60DXMB.. 1865/68/77 17.08.14 DK0BIG 1897* 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 DK0FC/LGT 1897* 06.14 - 12.14 DK0HORREM 1888 - 31.12.14 DK40BOSCH 1868 - 31.12.14 DK40ECH 1868 - 31.12.14 DL0HRS 1865 05.14 - 09.14 DL0MSR 1884 - 31.12.14 DL60JMZ 1865 - 08.14 DL600WW 1846 - 04.15 DM100CTK 1884 - 31.12.14 DM200TSV 1868 01.05.14 - 30.04.15 DM20KIDS 1884 31.05.14 - 31.12.14 DM50GRH 1888 12.13 - 11.14 DM50PCK 1860 - 31.12.14 DP90RKS.. 1865 - 02.15 DP0GVN 1864 - 12.14 DQ25GRENZE 1865 06.14 - 05.15 DQ60WAE 1887 - 31.12.14 DQ8T 1873 - 31.12.14 DQ0HARZ 1873 01.07.14 - 30.06.15 DR125HLK 1893 - 31.12.14 DR175LDE 1866 unknown DR800BI 1873 12.02.14 - 31.12.14 DS4DRE/4 1872 resident E41MT 1887 resident E41WT 1887 resident E51AND.. 1888/1892 08.07.14 - 31.12.14 E7100GP 1893 - 31.12.14 E72NATO 1892 03.14 - 12.14 E750EBL 1875 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 EA1/DC2CT 1897* 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 EA1/DK6EA 1897* 10.08.14 - 24.08.14 EA6/SQ9C 1897* 10.08.14 - 24.08.14 EA6/SQ9UM 1897* 15.08.14 - 19.08.14 EG3MDV 1897* 03.08.14 - 17.08.14 EG7MRA 1897* 16.08.14 - 23.08.14 EH7FM 1897* - 31.12.14 EI14LCC 1866 - 31.12.14 EI30T 1866 - 31.12.14 EI1100WD 1897* - 31.12.14 EM50JA.. 1867 - 31.12.14 EO90WF.. 1866 - 31.12.14 EO90WF 1866 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 ES25xxx 1896 - 10.15 FW5JJ 1852 - 08.14 FY/DL3LUM 1896 - 08.14 FY/PA3FHD 1896 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 GAxxx 1868 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 GB0NFL 1897* 03.08.14 - 30.08.14 GB100ZZ 1896 - 31.08.14 GB1418WAR 1896 16.08.14 GB2HB 1897* 08.08.14 - 04.09.14 GB2VJ 1896 01.08.14 - 14.08.14 GB6YD 1896 14.08.14 - 20.08.14 GN0GRC 1897* - 31.12.14 HB14SAF 1873 - 31.12.14 HB40VC 1868 08.01.14 - 14.08.14 HF0RN.. 1866 01.01.14 - 31.08.14 HF2014JP 1867 01.07.14 - 17.08.14 HF33WGC 1892 - 12.14 HF685DM 1893 29.04.14 - 31.12.14 HF80PLOCK 1883 08.14 - 09.14 HG25PANEU 1897* 05.04.14 - 31.12.14 HG100ATOM 1880 - 31.12.14 HG140JLO 1879 - 12.14 HH2/PY3SB 1892 - 17 HL2/F4AAR 1837 19.04.14 - 15.08.14 HO100CANAL 1880 01.10.13 - 30.09.14 HP1A 1866 - 12.14 HS50RAST 1893 resident HZ1HZ 1886 11.08.14 - 21.08.14 I5/DL7VOA 1896 - 11.14 IA/IZ3SUS 1888 01.05.14 - 31.07.14 II3TN 1882 - 05.15 II8IDXC.. 1856/1861 20.07.14 - 18.08.14 IM0/I0PNM 1894 29.07.14 - 13.08.14 IT9/IZ2ZTR 1895 01.03.14 - 30.12.14 IY1GMS 1881 - 08.14 J28NC 1796 12.08.14 - 22.08.14 J3/AI5P 1896 13.08.14 - 16.08.14 JA6TBE/5 1897* - 15.09.14 JG8NQJ/JD1 1888 26.06.14 - 28.08.14 JW/UA3IPL 1890 13.08.14 - 24.08.14 KF8UN/LU.. 1895 unknown KH9/KJ6GHN 1885 - 31.12.14 LIxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LJxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LM1814 1865 - 31.12.14 LM2T75Y 1870 - 03.15 LU1ZD 1888 - 31.12.14 LY10NATO 1875 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 LY25xxx 1896 - 31.12.14 LZ60KSP 1875 27.06.14 - 26.10.14 N5T 1890/94 10.08.14 - 15.08.14 NH0J 1896 03.08.14 - 13.08.14 OE2WURZL14 1895 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 OE6XMF/4 1897* 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 OF60A 1888 16.10.13 - 14.10.14 OH8R 1869 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 OH10TA 1897* 14.08.14 - 15.08.14 OK8FK/p 1897* - 31.12.13 OM44LTE 1872 04.08.14 - 04.09.14 OP14HC 1897* 04.08.14 - 03.09.14 OP14B 1895 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 OP14L 1896 10.08.14 - 10.09.14 OP14S 1896 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 ON31IOF 1897* unknown ON1418BSH 1893 - 15 OX5M 1843 - 15 OX5T 1843 16.08.14 OY/OZ7CCC/p 1897* 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 OZ0MF 1897* - 14 P29NO 1814 15.08.14 PA/ON8VP/p 1897* - 31.12.14 PA35WO 1867 18.07.14 - 14.08.14 PE30K 1893 03.14 - 02.15 PG200KMAR 1875 - 31.12.14 PH65PH 1869 - 31.12.14 PI30DIG 1880 15.06.14 - 15.09.14 R14GGR.. 1890 15.06.14 - 15.08.14 R700SR.. 1890 - 31.12.14 R80xx.. 1870 - 26.11.14 RI59ANT 1874 01.12.13 - 01.02.15 RI1ANT 1860/1862 28.07.14 - 22.10.14 R14CWC.. 1894 unknown S01WS 1885 02.08.14 - 17.08.14 S5/SP7VC.. 1895 - 31.12.14 S567O 1868 - 31.12.14 SC15DXR 1868 - 31.12.14 SC2014ECC.. 1866 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 SK5WB 1897* 10.03.14 - 10.12.14 SN100LP 1882/95 01.08.14 - 15.08.14 SN100PKK 1895 - 30.11.14 SN150SZ 1879 unknown SN30RVG.. 1880 01.08.14 - 03.10.14 SN0MPW 1896 07.08.14 - 22.08.14 SV8/IZ1JFT 1896 10.08.14 - 20.08.14 SV8/IZ2ZTQ 1896 15.07.14 - 08.14 SV8/SV1CEI 1892 - 08.14 SV9/ON6DSL/p 1895 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 SZ5RDS/p 1897* - 15.09.14 T6DD 1877 - 15.09.14 TA2LJ/0 1895 - 31.12.14 TC10SWAT 1871 - .17 TJ3SN 1896 - 07.15 TJ3TS 1877 - 15.08.14 TK/DL1ASA 1897* 05.14 - 10.14 TK4QL 1882 01.08.14 - 15.08.14 TK50O 1895 03.14 - 12.14 TM02REF.. 1877 24.05.14 - TM0CXX 1886 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 TM0LHG 1897* 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 TM3NOI 1897* 04.06.14 - 20.09.14 TM100BS 1892 - 31.12.14 TM400M 1865 unknown TM50AS 1888 15.08.14 TM57YL 1897* 27.05.14 - 18.10.14 TM68VA 1885 02.08.14 - 18.08.14 TM70AL 1896 08.08.14 - 22.08.14 TM70LCA 1896 28.06.14 - 12.11.14 TM80GW 1890 15.08.14 TM82DCPF 1897* 29.03.14 - 21.09.14 TM850CS 1877 05.08.14 - 15.09.14 VC3A 1895 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 VE3DC 1897* 14.08.14 - 17.08.14 VK3VTH/7 1897* - 17.08.14 VP5/K9HZ 1896 10.08.14 - 28.08.14 VP2MPX 1896 - 08.14 VX9CMA 1895 13.08.14 - 19.08.14 W1AW/5 1897* - 31.12.14 W100AW 1865 15.08.14 - 17.08.14 WP4I 1897* 28.06.14 - 28.12.14 WW1USA 1895 16.08.14 - 17.08.14 XR7FTC 1897* - 23.11.14 XV2G 1897* 01.07.14 - XW6OU 1890 unknown YJ0MG 1894 03.14 - 11.14 YL2014C.. 1873/74 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 YL25xxx 1896 - 31.12.14 YP1989TM 1866 - 31.12.14 YP25xx 1866 - 12.14 YS1/NP3J 1875 - 31.12.14 YT0PUPIN 1866 01.03.14 - 31.12.14 YU100CER.. 1875 - 31.12.14 YW80RCV 1871 unknown ZA/IW2JOP 1888 - 08.14+ ZA/IZ4JMA 1821 - 08.14 ZC4MIS 1878 - 10.14 ZD9G 1857 - 10.14 ZD9M 1873 - 03.16 ZF2DX 1878 - 19.01.15 ZF35xxx 1873 - 10.14 ZM90DX 1851/1871 16.08.14 - 24.08.14 ZV7M 1897* * = new or updated .. = and other calls QSL information =============== 2M0EME via 2E0EME (d) 3B8/HB9ARY via NI5DX (d) 3W3B via E21EIC, (L) 3Z9DX (B), eQSL 3Z50AYP via SP7DQR 4O7CC via UA4CC (B), (L) 4U2OB via 9A2AA (B) 4W/NB3MM via IZ8CCW (BOQRS) 5H9AC via IN3ECI (d), eQSL 5P2I/p via OZ1BII (B), (L), eQSL 5R8FL (d) 5R8SV via G3SWH, LoTW 5Q2J via OZ0J (B), (L) 6V1W via DO3MY (B) 7S5A via SM4DDS 8J5JAZZ (B) 8J7KOR (B) 8N1AQ (B) 8N4ARDF (B) 9M2/JE1SCJ via JE1SCJ (d/B) 9M8DX/2 via SP5UAF (d/B) A35AC via K8ESQ (d/B) A35CO via K8ESQ (d/B) A35LT via K8ESQ (d/B) A35TR via K8AQM (d/B) AM01AJV via EA1AJV (B) AM01CBX via EA1CBX (B) AM03NO via EA3NO (B), (L), eQSL AM03KU via EA3KU (B), (L), eQSL AM04EQ via EA4EQ (d/B), (L) AM04FLY via EA4FLY (B) AM04FTV via EA4FTV (B) AM05ASM via EA5ASM (B), (L) AM05BB via EA5BB (B), (L) AM05DNO via EA5DNO, eQSL AM05IDQ via EA5IDQ (B, ClubLog) AM05IIK via EA5IIK (B), (L) AM05HJY via EA7HBC (B) AM05HT via EA5HT (B) AM05HPX via EA5HPX (B) AM05RKE via LX1CX (B), EA5RKE (d) AM05TT via EA5TT (B), eQSL AM06QY via EA6QY (B) AM07AYF via EA7AYF (B) AM07ISH via EA7ISH (d) AM07JOY via EA7JOY (d/B) AM07RCV via EA7NL (B), (L), eQSL AM07ZY via EA7ZY (B), (L) AO05AHA via EC5AHA (d) AO05JC via EC5JC (B) AT5RP via VU2LU, QRZ.COM AX5PBZ via VK5PBZ B4YOG via BD4WO (d/B) BD4UN (L), (d) BD9XE via BD4HF (B), (L) BG3UPA (B) BY1WJ via BA1AK (B), (L) C6ATW via N0TW C37AC QRZ.COM CO6/IZ1GDB via IZ1GDB (d/B) CP1XRM via EA5RM CU8FN via HB9CRV (d/B), (L) CW1R via CW1R (B), QRZ.COM D44TLO via ON4BR (d/B) DA0LHT via Buero, DF1AG (d) DK0BIG Buero DK0FC/LGT via DB1BAC (d/B) DM200TSV via DL4WK (B, auto.) DQ0HARZ via DF7AA (d/B) DR50RRDXA via DJ6QT (B) E51JD (d) EA1/DC2CT via DC2CT (d/B) EA1/DK6EA via DK6EA (d/B) EA6/SQ9C via SQ9C (d/B/L) EA6/SQ9UM via SQ9UM (d/B/L) EG1SMA via EA1RKA (d/B) EG3MDV via EA3HLM (d/B) EG7MRA via EA7NL, LoTW EH7FM via EA7DN (d/B) EI1100WD via EI2HZB (d/B) EM90WF via UR5WA, (L) EN90WF via US5WE, (L) EV5SL/p via EW1BBA (B) EX2F via RW6HS (d) F4FRC (B), (L), eQSL FY/DL3LUM via DL3LUM (d/B) FY/PA3FHD via PA3FHD (d/B) GA14CG (ClubLog OQRS), (L) GB1FBS via M0EDU, eQSL GB1WWO E-Mail, eQSL GB2ALE via G3NFC (B) GB2VJ (B) GB4CGS via G7GJU GB100ZZ ClubLog GB1418WAR via M0OXO (OQRS) GM3X via GM3POI, (L) GN0GRC via G0RCI (B) GX4HRC via G3SVK, eQSL HB9SOTA/P via HB9-Bureau HB40VC via HB9DKZ (d/B) HB0/DG2RON/p via DG2RON (auch eQSL) HF0RN via SP5NZA (B) HG5FIRAC via HA5BSW (L), eQSL HG25PANEU Buero HI3CC via W2CCW (new Manager) HI3TT via W2CCW (new Manager) HP1RN via IZ8CLM (B), (L), eQSL HS7AT/p via E27EK (d) HT5T via TI4SU (d) I5/DL7VOA via DL7VOA (d/B) IQ7IA via IZ7ZKR IW5DAX via HB9CQL (B) J3/AI5P via AI5P (d/B) J79XB via VE2XB JA6TBE/5 via JA6TBE (B) JS3CTQ (d) JW/RD1AL via RD1AL JY4CI via K2AX (d) K4P via AA4IO (eQSL) KF8UN/LU via KF8UN (d) KF8UN/PY via KF8UN (d) KH0UA via JF1UCV (B), QRZ.COM KL7RRC via N7RO (d) KL7SB via NI5DX (B), (L), eQSL LI2IZ via LA2IZ (L), eQSL LI5TFA via LA5TFA LI8OK via LA9K (d/B) LX/DD5ZZ via DD5ZZ (d/B) LZ1680MTS via LZ1KCP (B), (L) MI0TLG (d), eQSL N2GC (d), (L) N4N via KA4WJR (d) NH0/N8TEY via JE1UFF NH0J via JJ2VLY (d) NP4DX via W3HNK (d) OD5ARMY via OD5NJ (B) OE/OL1P via OK1ZHS OE2WURZL14 via (OE-B: ADL615) OE6XMF/4 via OE6CAG (B), eQSL OH5/DG2SBL via DG2SBL (d/B) OH10TA via OH1MN (d/B) OK8FK/p via DK7FK (d/B) OM70SNP via OM7AW (d/B) ON31IOF via ON3HO (d/B) OP14B via ON5UB (B) OP14HC Buero OP14L via ClubLog (OQRS), (L) OP14S via ON3SKG (B) OQ5M via ON5ZO (L), eQSL OT4A via ON4AEK (LoTW, eQSL) OX5T via OZ0J (d/B) OY/OZ7CCC/p via DL4MFM (B), eQSL OZ0MF via DF5LW (d/B), eQSL PA/ON8VP/p via ON8VP (B) PA1914WAR via PA5V (d/B) PD2OOR (B), eQSL PE30K via PE2K (B) PJ6/NM1Y via NM1Y (d), (L), eQSL R14CWC nur eQSL SN0MPW via SP5PEP (d/B) SN0RX via SP8RX (B) SN100LP via SP3PGR (B) SN100PKK via SP9KDU (B) SN777BL via SP4EOO (B), (L) SN1944PW via SP5ZIP (B) SV8/IZ1JFT via IZ1JFT (d/B) SV8/IZ2ZTQ via IZ2ZTQ (d/B/L) SZ5RDS/p via SV5AZP (d), ClubLog T88DF via JH2DFJ (B), (L), eQSL TA1/JJ2NYT via JJ2NYT (B) TA2/DL6JF via DM5JBN (d/B) TA2/DL5LYM via DL5LYM (d/B) TA2/DL2JRM via DL2JRM (d/B) TA3/JJ2NTT via JJ2NYT (B) TC10SWAT (B) TF3G/2 via TF3G (d/B) TJ3SN via IZ1BZV (d), (L) TK/DL1ASA via DL1ASA (d/B) TK/F1UJS via F1UJS (B), (L) TK50O via F5RXL (B), (L) TM0LHG via PA0HEL (d/B) TM0MN (B) TM2F via F4GTT (B), eQSL TM3NOI via F4FVI (d/B), eQSL TM57YL via F-11734 (d/B) TM60GW via F5PCX (B) TM62PGM via F0DSH (d/B) TM70AL via F4GNN (d/B) TM70LCA via F4AVX (d/B) TM70DP via F4AHJ (d/B) TM82DCPF via F5MSS TM100BS via F5KOU (B), (L), eQSL TM100LGG via F4GRW (B) TP2CE via F5LGF (d/B) TZ6BB via W3HNK (d), (L) UE71WZ via R2EA (B) VE3DC via VE3DC (d/B) VK3VTH/7 via VK3VTH (d/B/L) VK9EC via JF3PLF (B), (L) VP2MPX via IK2DUW (d/B) VP5/K9HZ via K9HZ (d), (L), eQSL VX9CMA via VE9RLW (QRZ.COM) VY0BRR via VE2XB WP4I via WP4I (d/B/L), eQSL XR7FTC via CE7PGO (d/B) XV2G QRZ.COM YD9CHD via YB9BN YJ0GA via ZL3GA (B), (L) YJ0UO via G4BUO (d), (L), eQSL YL/OK1MU via OK1MU YU177SB via YU1KN ZF1DX via W8BLA (d) ZV7M via PS7GL (d/B) ZW8T via PS8HF (B) ZX14DF via PT2AA (d/B) ZX14MT via PT2AA (d/B) ZX14RJ via PT2AA (d/B) ZY8D via PS8AB (d) (d) = direct only (B) = bureau OK (*) = new manager (L) = LoTW * QSLs received direct: 6Y5WJ, C37ITU * QSLs received via the bureau: 5P14EHC, 3Z14EASTER (SP6IEQ), 7S5S, 8S0C, CS250CLE, DR89WARD, OO6WC, OX5YL, SM5J, TK9E Thanks for contributing to this issue of the DXNL: Carl Smith (QRZ DX), 425DXNews, DX World, ICPO Bulletin, OPDX-Bulletin, DF1AG, DF6EX (fuer WIN-QSL), DH5NBK, DJ3CQ, DJ5AV, DJ9ZB, DL1BAH, DL1SBF, DL7MAE, DO6SR, F4AVX, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, N0TW, NG3K, PS7DX, u.a. 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Saturday, 9th August 2014

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP032 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP32 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 32 ARLP032 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 8, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP032 ARLP032 Propagation de K7RA We saw rising solar activity over the past week, with average daily sunspot number increasing from 107.7 to 136.7. Average daily solar flux went from 125 for the previous seven days to 149.6 for the current period, July 31 through August 6. Thursday, August 7 saw the sunspot number increase to 158 with solar flux at 136. Predicted solar flux is 130 on August 8, 125 on August 9 and 10, then 120, 110 and 105 on August 11 to 13, 100, 105 and 110 on August 14 to 16, 100 on August 17 to 19, 105 on August 20 and 21, 110 and 115 on August 22 and 23, 120 on August 24 and 26, 125 on August 27 and 28, 120 on August 29 and 30, a jump to 150 on August 31 through September 3, then a decline to 140, 135, 130 and 120 on September 4 to 7, and 115 on September 8 and 9. Flux then drops to a low of 100 on September 13 to 15, before rising again. We've seen no flux values below 100 in the outlook since the August 2 forecast. Predicted planetary A index is 8 on August 8, 5 on August 9 to 21, 8 on August 22 and 23, 5 on August 24 to 27, 8 on August 28 and 29, 5 on August 30, 8 on August 31 through September 1, 5 on September 2, and 8 on September 3 and 4. F. K. Janda, OK1HH believes we should see quiet to unsettled geomagnetic conditions August 8, quiet to active August 9, quiet to unsettled August 10, mostly quiet August 11, quiet August 12 to 15, mostly quiet August 16, quiet again on August 17 and 18, mostly quiet August 19 to 21, quiet to unsettled August 22, active to disturbed August 23, quiet to unsettled August 24, mostly quiet August 25, quiet to active August 26 to 29, active to disturbed August 30, quiet to active August 31, quiet on September 1, mostly quiet September 2 and quiet to unsettled on September 3. OK1HH believes there could be increases in solar wind on August 10 to 12, more so on August 11. Last week's bulletin reported computer network issues at Canada's Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory in British Columbia. They came back online catching up with some backlogged data, but now are off again. Elwood Downey, WB0OEW reports that the problem is due to a cyber attack. He sent us these links: http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?mthd=index&crtr.page=1&nid=871449&_ga=1.135133491.345880733.1401996591 http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/cyber/statements/20140729_cyber.html He also reports that updates will be posted here: http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/index.html Check "Latest NRC Headlines." No updates are posted since July 31. Don't know what happened this week, but we received no propagation reports or queries from readers, but we did get an interesting question from Bruce Stewart, W8CPG of West Virginia regarding that huge solar flare in 2012 that missed us by several days. Bruce wrote: "How would the 2012 solar flare announced recently on network news have affected ham radio communications? I understand commercial power grids probably would have been disrupted, but if equipped with auxiliary power, would ham radio operations been disrupted/disabled?" Bruce is talking about a major solar flare that was aimed squarely into Earth's orbit, but we were about a week away from being in position to receive the effects. If aimed squarely at Earth, I suspect the effect on HF propagation would be major, with at least several days of high absorption along with a wiped out ionosphere. But a larger concern would be the effects on the power grid. With power transmission lines acting as huge antennas, large 500kV or 765kV transformers could overheat and fail, with the collapse of the electric grid having a domino effect. There aren't a lot of spares sitting around, and lead time on manufacturing new large transformers is at least ten months. But that assumes that you have an operating power grid to support building and transporting new equipment. An interesting article written early in 2012 before the big flare talks about a study of just such a scenario: http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/archive/2012/February/pages/CatastrophicSolarFlareScenarioTouchesOffStormyDebate.aspx Kappenman, mentioned in the article wrote this report two years prior to that article, for Oak Ridge National Laboratory: http://www.ferc.gov/industries/electric/indus-act/reliability/cybersecurity/ferc_meta-r-319.pdf The acronym GIC mentioned frequently in that article stands for Geomagnetically Induced Currents. A web search on the term yields many interesting references. Bonneville Power Administration released this report on their asset management strategy for their substations, which gives you an idea of some of the metrics involved: https://www.bpa.gov/Finance/FinancialPublicProcesses/CapitalInvestmentReview/cirdocuments/Transmission_ACSubstations_DAS.pdf Well, that is way off the subject of our bulletin, but it is interesting to think about the possible worst case effects of a major geomagnetic storm. For more information concerning radio propagation, see the ARRL Technical Information Service at http://arrl.org/propagation-of-rf-signals. For an explanation of the numbers used in this bulletin, see http://arrl.org/the-sun-the-earth-the-ionosphere. An archive of past propagation bulletins is at http://arrl.org/w1aw-bulletins-archive-propagation. More good information and tutorials on propagation are at http://k9la.us/. Monthly propagation charts between four USA regions and twelve overseas locations are at http://arrl.org/propagation. Instructions for starting or ending email distribution of ARRL bulletins are at http://arrl.org/bulletins. Sunspot numbers for July 31 through August 6 were 139, 165, 178, 152, 111, 93, and 119, with a mean of 136.7. 10.7 cm flux was 156.4, 168, 156, 152, 139, 139, and 137, with a mean of 149.6. Estimated planetary A indices were 5, 10, 11, 7, 12, 10, and 7, with a mean of 8.9. Estimated mid-latitude A indices were 7, 14, 12, 7, 15, 12, and 7, with a mean of 10.6. NNNN /EX

Friday, 8th August 2014

DXNLDXNL1895July302014

DXNL 1895 - July 30, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB (e-mail: dxnl@dxhf.darc.de) translation by: Oliver Bock, DJ9AO 3D2, Rotuma: Antoine, 3D2AG, returns to Rotuma (OC-060, Grid RH87, WWFF 3D2FF-002) for another work assignment on projects concerning climate change. He hopes to get on the air during his free time as 3D2AG/p until August 8. QRV on 40-6m, mainly in CW. QSL direct to his address on Fiji, please include IRC and an airmail sticker on your return envelope. 4W, East Timor: Adhi, YB3MM, will be active as 4W/NB3MM from Dili on Timor Leste (OC-148) between July 31 and August 5. QRV on 30-12m, mainly in SSB with some CW and PSK31 running 100W, beams for 15 and 20m and vertical antennas. Donations are very welcome. QSL via IZ8CCW (d/B OQRS), or via YB3MM (OQRS: qrz.com). http://www.mdxc.org/timorleste2014 4U, Italy: Members of the UN Global Service Center ARC (4U1GSC) celebrate the 20th anniversary of the UN's logistics base in Brindisi with the call 4U20B until July 2015. QSL via 9A2AA. C6, Bahamas: Look for YL Marilyn, WM2W, and Terry, N0TW, during the 10-10 Summer QSO Party (August 1 - 4). Their calls are C6AMW and C6ATW. QSL via N0TW. CE0Y, Easter Island: Cristian, CE2WTF, and Manuel, CE2NTT, will pay a short visit to the Isla de Pascua (SA-001) on August 2 and 3. They have the following options for callsigns: CE2NTT: XR0YNTT / 3G0YNTT / CB0YNTT; CE2WTF: XR0YWTF / 3G0YWTF / CB0YWTF. QRV on 40, 20, 15, 10, and 6m in SSB, maybe also on LEO satellites. http://www.ce2ntt.blogspot.de/ CT, Portugal: Joao, CU3AA, will be active as CT7/CU3AA/p from the districts Lisboa, Coimbra, and Santarem between August 5 and 11. He also plans to activate DDFP- and DMHP/WCA locations. QRV on 40, 30, 20, and 17m in SSB, CW upon request. QSL via h/c. G, England: Members of the Bredhurst Receiving and Transmitting Society will commemorate the victims of WWI with the call GB4FWW on the air from July 31 to August 9. QSL via eQSL. http://www.brats-qth.org/ The Wirral and District Amateur Radio Club operates two special event calls during August. GB100CMM will be active from August 1 to 7. QSL via G3UFO. http://www.merseyworld.com/wadarc/ http://www.cheshiremilitarymuseum.co.uk/ Between August 3 and 10 they also operate GB100GW (Great War). QSL via G3UFO. http://www.merseyworld.com/wadarc/ Members of the Burton upon Trent Amateur Radio Club operate GB2ALE, a special event call with a telling suffix, from the Brewery Museum on August 2/3. They also honour the memory of their founding member F.V.A. Smith, XSR, with it, who managed to copy a transmission of Marconi's transmitter in Poldhu (South Cornwall) 100 years ago. QSL via G3NFC. http://www.burtonarc.org/ JA, Japan: 8J1A draws attention to the Hamfair 2014 in Tokio (August 23/24). QRV from August 1 to 24. 8J5JAZZ celebrates the 16th Imabari Jazz Town on the air during August. Imabari (JCC 3802) is located on Shikoku (AS-076). QSL via bureau. http://www.jazztown.jp/ 8N1AQ will be active from August - October on all bands and modes in the context of the 2nd Chiba Aqualine Marathon along the Trans-Tokyo Bay Highway on October 19. QSL via bureau. LZ, Bulgaria: The Radio Club Blagovestnik continues to honour Bulgarian Saints with special event calls along the following schedule: LZ168?MTS August LZ37MP September LZ1375IKA October LZ1164SIM November LZ1784SMH December All QSOs count towards various of the club's awards. QSLs via bureau, LoTW. http://www.lz1kcp.com/ OE, Austria: Bad Hofgastein (WW Loc. JN67ne) will be hosting the an international scout meeting from August 3 to 13. The Club Telescout (CTS) will be operating the special event call OE2WURZL14 from there. The club's team consists of ngo, OE2IKN, Franz, OE5FSL, Beppe, IN3IKF, Hanno, OE1JJB, Georg, OE3GHO, and Roland, OE3CTS, but the station will be available for all scouts there under the supervision of Ernst (OE1EOA). QSOs count towards the Austrian Radio Scouting Award. QSL via bureau. http://www.wurzl14.at/ http://www.telescout.org/ http://www.gasteinertal.com/webcam/ ON, Belgium: Members of the UBA club station (ON5UB) celebrate 100 years of "Radio Laeken" with the call OP14B from August 4 to September 3. QSL via ON5UB. https://sites.google.com/site/ubabxe/100-ans-de-radio-laeken SP, Poland: SN100LP, run by the school station SP3PGR, honours the 100. anniversary of the Polish Legions headed by marshal Jozef Pilsudski. QRV from August 4 to 14. There is also an award available (see qrz.com). QSL via SP3PGR. SN100PKK, operated by the RadioKlub Ligi Obrony Kraju (SP9KDU) follows the same purpose. QRV August 1 to 15. QSL via SP9KDU. TA, Turkey: Tsuyoshi, JJ2NYT, travels and operates in Turkey between July 31 and August 5 according to the following schedule: TA1/JJ2NYT July 31 (evening) - August 4 (morning) TA3/JJ2NTT August 4 (evening) - August 5 (evening) QRV on 40-10m in CW and SSB. QSL via h/c. TK, Corsica: Michel, F5OZF, and Solange, F5RXL, join forces and operate as TK50O from Corsica (EU-014, DIFM TK-001) during the first half of August. QSL via F5RXL, LotW. VE, Canada: Kevin, VA3OR, operates CF3NAVY during August, celebrating the introduction of submarine vessels into the Canadian navy 100 years ago. QSL via VA3OR. VC3A commemorates the Conference of Charlottetown 150 years ago, where delegates of British North American colonies discussed a Canadian confederation for the first time. QRV from August 5 to September 15. QSL via VE3JO. VX9CMA operates on all bands and modes around the annual Congres Mondial Acadien (August 8 to 24) during August. QSL via VE9LRW. http://www.cma2014.com/en VE3WCD operates during the Welland Canal Days (August 2/3) next to Lake Erie near Inner Lighthouse (ARLHS CAN-764) and Outer Lighthouse (ARLHS CAN-765). QSL via bureau. http://www.nparc.on.ca/ http://pcetdc.ca/page/canal_days VE4XSI honours the memory of Sigurjon Isfeld, who brought 100 Canadian huskies from Gimli in Manitoba to Sir Ernest Shackleton in England. QRV until August 4 between 14z and 23z on 7200, 14250, 21250, and 28350. QSL direct via WB2UKX (Edward Biedricki II, 321 NE 12th Ave., OCALA, FL 34470-5911, USA). W, USA: WW1USA commemorates the beginning of World War I from the National World War I Museum in Kansas City. QRV on August 2/3, September 6/7, December 27/28. QSL only via direct. http://www.ww1usa.org Europe / South America: Byron, KF8UN, travels through 3 countries in Europe and South America according to this itinerary: July 31 - August 9 KF8UN/EA (Segovia) August 13 - 24 KF8UN/LU and KF8UN/PY He plans to visit the provinces Jujuy, Buenos Aires and Misiones in Argentina and the Iguazu waterfall. QSL only direct via h/c. Balkan Tour: Mek, SP7VC, and YL Katarzyna, SQ7OYL, will be travelling through Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Montenegro, Albania, and Macedonia from August 2 to 17 and plan to be active on the air from each country. http://www.sp7vc.dxing.pl/ Sailing round the world: Rainer, DB1RL, and his partner Gisela will embark on a round the world sailing trip, starting in August. They estimate about 2 years to complete the tour, and have their boat equipped with a rig providing HF operations in SSB and Pactor. For route details and up-to-date information see the website: http://weltumsegelung.cc/ QSL Manager Services Offer: Ken, G3OCA (VO2A, 9G5MD, C94KF) offers his service as QSL manager to interested DXpeditions and DX stations. Please contact him via <g3oca1[@]ntlworld.com>. Abbreviations in this DXNL: CIsA Canadian Islands Awards DDFP Diploma de Divulgacao das Freguesias Portuguesas DIFM Diplome des Iles de la France Metropolitaine DMHP Diploma Monumentos Historicos Portuguese GIOTA Greek Islands On The Air IIA Italian Island Awards JCC Japan Century Cities LEO Low Earth Orbit MIA Mediterranean Sea Island Award WCA World Castles Award WLOTA World Lighthouse On The Air Award Upcoming Contests ================= 02.08. European HF Championship 02./03.08. Bayerischer Bergtag 02./03.08. North American QSO Party IOTA Compiled by Klaus, DL7UXG (E-Mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de) ==== IOTA recommended QRGs CW: 28040 24920 21040 18098 14040 10114 7030 3530 kHz SSB: 28560 28460 24950 21260 18128 14260 7055 3760 kHz AS-099; TA; Canakkale/ Balikesir / Izmir Provinve group: Hakan/TA2LJ will be active as TA2LJ/0 from Bozcaada until September 15. QSL via TA2LJ (d/B). AS-143; BY7; Hainan Province (Xisha Islands) group: Che (BA7CK), Haichao (BD7HC), and Wei (B7/BD1TX) continue to be active from Yongxing Island and others in the same group until August 4. QRV on 15m in SSB and digital modes. QSL BA7CK and BD7HC via BA4TB, B7/BD1TX via BD1TX. EU-015; SV9; Crete Island: Luc/ON6DSL will be vacationing on Crete (GIOTA KRS-005, MIA MGC-005, WLOTA 1400) during August and plans to get on the air holiday-style as SV9/ON6DSL/p with a QRP rig in SSB. QSL via h/c (d/B). EU-025; I*9; Sicily Island: Elio/IZ2ZTR will be active from Sicily (IIA S-019, WW Loc. JM68wa) signing IT9/homecall until August 13 (including the Italian Activity Contest on 2m on August 5). QSL via IZ2ZTR (d/B). http://www.iz2ztr.it/index.htm NA-029; VY2; Prince Edward Island: Donald/KB6QEW will put Prince Edward Island (CIsA PE-001, WLOTA 0523, WW Loc. FN76vs) on the air from July 30 until August 4 from the PEI DX Lodge as KB6QEW/VY2. He also plans to work in the North American CW QSO Party. QSL via h/c (d/B). OC-122; YB5; Tambelan Island: Budi/YF1AR is currently active until August 3 as YF1AR/5 from Tambelan Island (WW Loc. OJ30sx). QRV on 40-10m in SSB and digital modes. QSLvia N2OO or YF1AR (OQRS). http://www.yf1ar.com/2014/07/yf1ar5-oc-122-tambelan-island-tambelan.html OC-122; YB5; Tambelan Island: Imam/YB4IR will also be on the island from August 2 to 9 and work as YB4IR/5 on 40-10m in CW, SSB, and digital modes. QSL via YB4IR (d/B/OQRS). OC-148; YB9/4W; Timor Island: Kadek/YB9BU gets on the air holiday-style from Timor Island (WLOTA 1808) from July 31 to August 5. QRV as YB9BU/p on HF. QSL via h/c (d). RA1ALA/1 - White Sea and Barents Sea IOTA Tour: Michael/RA1ALA and Misha/UB1AHJ are currently activating several islands in the following groups: EU-147, EU-160 and EU-153. They are also QRV from their 15m boat with the call RA1ALA/mm. QSL via UA1ANA. K6VVA's IOTA Survey: For results of Eric's IOTA survey see: http://www.dx-world.net/2014/k6vva-iota-survey-results/ Lighthouses =========== Mount Dora Lake Lighthouse - USA-1407 The N4N team returns to Mount Dora Lake LH (ARLHS USA-1407) from the 2nd to 4th of August. QRV on HF in CW, SSB, and PSK31. They also consider a further activity on August 7. QSL via KA4WJR. WWFF ==== Pribaikalsky National Park - RFF-136 Operators Yakov/RV?AJ, Sergey/UN6GAO, Viktor/UN7GIT, and Art/UN6QC will be active from RFF-136 as UA0AWX/0 between August 1 and 3. Their location is on Olkhon Island (RR-21-01). Announced QRGs: 7080 +/- 20 kHz, 14144 +/- 20 kHz, 21200 +/- 20 kHz. QSL via eqsl.kz or UN6QC (d). Snowy River National Park - VKFF-455 Tony/VK3VTH announces an activation of VKFF-455 for August 3. QRV as VK3VTH/p from 02z - 04z on 7085 and from 04z - 06z on 14244- QSL via h/c (d/B). Calendar ======== start - end DX DXNL 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 2Axxx 1868 25.07.14 - 08.08.14 3D2AG/p 1895* 06.14 - 08.14 3E100PC 1886 - 14 3W3B 1815 19.06.14 - 31.10.14 3Z5KK.. 1890 07.14 - 07.15 4U20B 1895* 31.07.14 - 05.08.14 4W/NB3MM 1895* 22.07.14 - 06.08.14 5H1NE 1893 - 13.07.14 5Z4/EA4ATI 1840 - 14 5Z4/LA4GHA 1810/1827 - 31.12.13 5Z4EE 1803/1807 16.06.14 - 31.07.14 6M6M 1888 - 14 6O0LA 1810/1827 07.14 - 09.14 6V1W 1890 - 31.12.13 7P8CC 1807/1820 - 31.12.14 7S400K 1866 01.08.14 - 24.08.14 8J1A 1895* - 31.12.14 8J1AOBA 1870 18.07.14 - 02.15 8J1ATUGI 1983 04.14 - 03.15 8J1FC 1878 01.07.14 - 31.07.14 8J1IBH 1890 06.14 - 12.14 8J1INUBO 1886 04.14 - 03.15 8J1TGN 1878 20.04.14 - 31.01.15 8J1ZC 1880 - 07.14 8J23776M 1886 06.14 - 11.14 8J2GAMA 1886 - 03.15 8J2VE 1884 - 31.03.15 8J3ZUKA 1866 31.07.13 - 08.15 8J4J 1848 07.05.14 - 03.15 8J4HKR 1885 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 8J5JAZZ 1895* 07.14 - 11.14 8J6GNB 1890 04.14 - 08.14 8J740YYM 1877 07.14 - 03.15 8J7INORI 1892 - 31.12.14 8J7T 1865 01.04.14 - 31.10.14 8J8JRCV 1881 04.14 - 03.15 8J9ONO 1878 07.14 - 11.14 8J9WSH 1892 08.14 - 10.14 8N1AQ 1895* 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1NRT 1878 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1S60A 1878 15.01.14 - 30.09.14 8N3HKC 1870 01.07.14 - 31.07.14 8N50YEN 1890 01.07.14 - 31.10.14 8N5CLEAN 1890 06.14 - 07.14 8N6NTO 1886 12.07.14 - 30.07.14 8Q7MH.. 1893 29.03.14 - 31.12.14 9A90Z 1880 - 11.14 9G5AC 1843 - 30.07.14 9M6XRO/p 1892 - 10.13 9V1RM 1751 unknown A25/HB9CPS 1882 29.07.14 - 04.08.14 A35UO 1894 - 31.12.14 A91YA 1874 21.11.13 - 20.11.14 AF1G/C6A 1865/69 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AM0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AN0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AO0#xyz 1889 - 31.12.14 AY1DZ 1872 - 04.08.14 BA7CK.. 1895* 27.07.14 - 16.08.14 C21BN 1894 01.08.14 - 04.08.14 C6AMW.. 1895* resident C6ATH 1888 - 08.14 CE3/N5NU.. 1889 - 03.15 CE9OJZ.. 1886 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 CF3NAVY 1895* 01.07.14 - 31.07.14 CK2I 1890/94 - 07.14 CP1XRM 1891 05.08.14 - 11.08.14 CT7/CU3AA/p 1895* - 31.12.14 CW30A.. 1866 16.01.14 - 12.14 D2SG 1867 15.02.14 - 01.15 D8A 1871 - 12.14 DA0EIM 1815 - 31.12.14 DB50FIRAC 1865 - 31.12.14 DF0DC 1865 26.07.14 - 30.07.14 DG5LAC/p 1894 - 31.12.14 DJ60DXMB.. 1865/68/77 06.14 - 12.14 DK0HORREM 1888 - 31.12.14 DK40BOSCH 1868 - 31.12.14 DK40ECH 1868 - 31.12.14 DL0HRS 1865 05.14 - 09.14 DL0MSR 1884 - 31.12.14 DL60JMZ 1865 - 08.14 DL600WW 1846 - 04.15 DM100CTK 1884 - 31.12.14 DM200TSV 1868 01.05.14 - 30.04.15 DM20KIDS 1884 31.05.14 - 31.12.14 DM50GRH 1888 12.13 - 11.14 DM50PCK 1860 - 31.12.14 DP90RKS.. 1865 - 02.15 DP0GVN 1864 - 31.12.14 DQ25GRENZE 1865 06.14 - 05.15 DQ60WAE 1887 - 31.12.14 DQ8T 1873 - 31.12.14 DQ0HARZ 1873 01.07.14 - 30.06.15 DR125HLK 1893 - 31.12.14 DR175LDE 1866 unknown DR800BI 1873 12.02.14 - 31.12.14 DS4DRE/4 1872 resident E41MT 1887 resident E41WT 1887 resident E51AND.. 1888/1892 08.07.14 - 31.12.14 E7100GP 1893 - 31.12.14 E72NATO 1892 03.14 - 12.14 E750EBL 1875 - 31.12.14 EI14LCC 1866 - 31.12.14 EI30T 1866 26.07.14 - 31.07.14 EJ0PL 1894 - 31.12.14 EM50JA.. 1867 - 31.12.14 EO90WF 1866 - 10.15 FW5JJ 1852 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 GAxxx 1868 21.07.14 - 03.08.14 GA14CG 1893 01.08.14 - 07.08.14 GB100CMM 1895* 03.08.14 - 10.08.14 GB100GW 1895* 02.08.14 - 03.08.14 GB2ALE 1895* 23.07.14 - 03.08.14 GB4CGS 1894 31.07.14 - 09.08.14 GB4FWW 1895* 04.07.14 - 31.07.14 GB4TDF 1892 - 08.14 GZ4KPT 1894 - 31.12.14 HB14SAF 1873 - 31.12.14 HB40VC 1868 08.01.14 - 14.08.14 HF0RN.. 1866 15.07.14 - 10.08.14 HF100ZIM 1894 01.01.14 - 31.08.14 HF2014JP 1867 01.07.14 - 17.08.14 HF33WGC 1892 - 12.14 HF685DM 1893 29.04.14 - 31.12.14 HF80PLOCK 1883 05.04.14 - 31.12.14 HG100ATOM 1880 - 31.12.14 HG140JLO 1879 01.04.14 - 31.07.14 HG20JASZ 1882 - 12.14 HH2/PY3SB 1892 21.07.14 - 03.08.14 HI/HB9BCK 1894 23.07.14 - 02.08.14 HI3/OE3GEA 1894 - 17 HL2/F4AAR 1837 19.04.14 - 15.08.14 HO100CANAL 1880 01.10.13 - 30.09.14 HP1A 1866 - 12.14 HS50RAST 1893 resident HZ1HZ 1886 - 11.14 IA/IZ3SUS 1888 01.05.14 - 31.07.14 II3TN 1882 - 05.15 II8IDXC.. 1856/1861 20.07.14 - 18.08.14 IM0/I0PNM 1894 29.07.14 - 13.08.14 IT9/IZ2ZTR 1895* 01.03.14 - 30.12.14 IY1GMS 1881 - 08.14 J28NC 1796 15.06.14 - 15.09.14 JG8NQJ/JD1 1888 26.06.14 - 28.08.14 JW/UA3IPL 1890 20.07.14 - 01.08.14 K2RMM/4 1893 21.07.14 - 04.08.14 K4P 1893 30.07.14 - 04.08.14 KB6QEW/VY2 1895* 31.07.14 - 09.08.14 KF8UN/EA 1895* 13.08.14 - 24.08.14 KF8UN/LU.. 1895* unknown KH9/KJ6GHN 1885 24.07.14 - 31.07.14 KL7RRC 1894 - 31.12.14 LIxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LJxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LM1814 1865 - 31.12.14 LM2T75Y 1870 - 03.15 LU1ZD 1888 - 31.12.14 LY10NATO 1875 01.07.14 - 31.07.14 LZ1810PPW 1890 - 31.12.14 LZ60KSP 1875 21.07.14 - 03.08.14 MA0BQI 1894 unknown MX0EPC 1892 02.08.14 - 04.08.14 N4N 1895* 27.06.14 - 26.10.14 N5T 1890/94 03.08.14 - 13.08.14 OE2WURZL14 1895* 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 OF60A 1888 22.07.14 - 30.07.14 OH1AS 1893 16.10.13 - 14.10.14 OH8R 1869 - 31.12.13 OM44LTE 1872 unknown ON1418BSH 1893 04.08.14 - 03.09.14 OP14B 1895* 01.07.14 - 31.07.14 OX/DB5MH 1890 - 15 OX5M 1843 - 15 OX5T 1843 19.07.14 - 01.08.14 OZ0FR/p 1893 - 14 P29NO 1814 - 31.12.14 PA35WO 1867 28.07.14 - 08.08.14 PA7DN/p 1894 10.07.14 - 31.07.14 PD0518HQB 1893 18.07.14 - 14.08.14 PE30K 1893 03.14 - 02.15 PG200KMAR 1875 - 31.12.14 PH65PH 1869 - 31.12.14 PI30DIG 1880 unknown PZ5VB 1886 15.06.14 - 15.09.14 R14GGR.. 1890 15.06.14 - 15.08.14 R700SR.. 1890 - 31.12.14 R80xx.. 1870 unknown RA1ALA/mm 1895* - 26.11.14 RI59ANT 1874 01.12.13 - 01.02.15 RI1ANT 1860/1862 28.07.14 - 22.10.14 R14CWC.. 1894 20.07.14 - 30.07.14 RZ0CWH 1893 unknown S01WS 1885 02.08.14 - 17.08.14 S5/SP7VC.. 1895* - 31.12.14 S567O 1868 - 31.12.14 SC15DXR 1868 - 31.12.14 SC2014ECC.. 1866 - 31.07.14 SN0LOT 1894 10.03.14 - 10.12.14 SN100LP 1882/95 01.08.14 - 15.08.14 SN100PKK 1895* - 30.11.14 SN150SZ 1879 unknown SN30RVG.. 1880 05.14 - 07.14 SN777AG.. 1883 01.02.14 - 31.07.14 SP25KUP 1873 15.07.14 - 08.14 SV8/SV1CEI 1892 - 08.14 SV9/ON6DSL/p 1895* - 15.09.14 T6DD 1877 27.07.14 - 31.07.14 T88DF 1894 31.07.14 - 05.08.14 TA1/JJ2NYT.. 1895* - 15.09.14 TA2LJ/0 1895* - 31.12.14 TC10SWAT 1871 20.07.14 - 31.07.14 TF/EA4TV.. 1893 - 07.15 TJ3TS 1877 05.14 - 10.14 TK4QL 1882 01.08.14 - 15.08.14 TK50O 1895* 03.14 - 12.14 TM02REF.. 1877 24.05.14 - TM0CXX 1886 04.06.14 - 20.09.14 TM100BS 1892 27.07.14 - 12.08.14 TM14JAM 1894 - 31.12.14 TM400M 1865 unknown TM50AS 1888 27.05.14 - 18.10.14 TM68VA 1885 28.06.14 - 12.11.14 TM80GW 1890 29.03.14 - 21.09.14 TM850CS 1877 01.08.14 - 03.08.14 UA0AWX/0 1895* 26.07.14 - 08.08.14 V29SH 1894 25.06.14 - 06.08.14 V47JA.. 1890 05.08.14 - 15.09.14 VC3A 1895* 06.06.14 - 31.07.14 VC3JUNO 1887 02.08.14 - 03.08.14 VE3WCD 1895* 26.07.14 - 04.08.14 VE4XSI 1895* 03.08.14 VK3VTH/p 1895* 29.07.14 - 02.08.14 VK9EC 1894 02.08.14 - 08.08.14 VK9EX 1894 19.07.14 - 03.08.14 VP2ERM 1893 23.07.14 - 31.07.14 VU3ARF/p.. 1894 01.07.14 - 31.07.14 VX6100EMP 1890 - 08.14 VX9CMA 1895* - 31.12.14 W100AW 1865 21.07.14 - 10.08.14 W9IMS 1893 28.06.14 - 28.12.14 WW1USA 1895* 02.08.14 - 03.08.14 XR0YNTT(?).. 1895* 01.07.14 - XW6OU 1890 02.08.14 - 09.08.14 YB4IR/5 1895* 31.07.14 - 05.08.14 YB9BU/p 1895* 24.07.14 - 03.08.14 YF1AR/5 1895* unknown YJ0MG 1894 03.14 - 11.14 YL2014C.. 1873/74 - 31.12.14 YP1989TM 1866 - 31.12.14 YP25xx 1866 24.07.14 - 03.08.14 YR10RRO 1894 - 12.08.14 YR8IOAA 1886 - 12.14 YS1/NP3J 1875 - 31.12.14 YT0PUPIN 1866 01.03.14 - 31.12.14 YU100CER.. 1875 - 31.12.14 YW80RCV 1871 14.07.14 - 03.08.14 Z21DXI 1893 unknown ZA/IW2JOP 1888 - 08.14+ ZA/IZ4JMA 1821 - 08.14 ZC4MIS 1878 - 10.14 ZD9G 1857 - 10.14 ZD9M 1873 - 03.16 ZF2DX 1878 - 19.01.15 ZF35xxx 1873 - 10.14 ZM90DX 1851/1871 01.06.14 - 30.07.14 ZX14AM.. 1886 * = new or updated .. = and other calls QSL information =============== 3B8/VK3QK via VK3BDL (d) 3D2AG/p via 3D2AG (d) 4O7CC via UA4CC (B), (L) 4U20B via 9A2AA (B) 4W/NB3MM via IZ8CCW (BOQRS), YB3MM (OQRS) 5B4AIF via EB7DX (d), (L) 5H9AC via IN3ECI (d), eQSL 5P2I/p via OZ1BII (B), (L), eQSL 5Q2J via OZ0J (B), (L) 6V1W via DO3MY (B) 6Y5/K4NHW via K4NHW 8J5JAZZ (B) 8N1AQ (B) 9A/OM8AA via OM8AA (B) 9A3R/p via 9A4WY (B) 9H3AY via G3SDG, eQSL AM01AJV via EA1AJV (B) AM01CBX via EA1CBX (B) AM03NO via EA3NO (B), (L), eQSL AM04FLY via EA4FLY (B) AM04FTV via EA4FTV (B) AM05IDQ via EA5IDQ (B, ClubLog) AM05HT via EA5HT (B) AM05HPX via EA5HPX (B) AM06QY via EA6QY (B) AM07AYF via EA7AYF (B) AM07ISH via EA7ISH (d) AM07RCV via EA7NL (B), (L), eQSL AO01CSV via EC1CSV (B) B2/BY1CW via BA1GA B7/BD1TX via BD1TX BA7CK via BA4TB BD7HC via BA4TB BD9XE via BD4HF (B), (L) BG3UPA (B) BV0L (B), (L) BY1WJ via BA1AK (B), (L) C37AC QRZ.COM C6AMW via N0TW C6ATW via N0TW CF3NAVY via VA3OR (B) CO2DC via EA5KB (B) CR2V via HB9CRV (B), (L) CT7/CU3AA/p via CU3AA (B) CT7/M0GAV via M0GAV CT8/DL8MLD via DL8MLD (B), (L) CU8FN via HB9CRV (B), (L) CX7BBR via EA6SK (d), (L), eQSL DL1WA/p via DL1WA (B) DM200TSV via DL4WK (B, auto) DO2SW (B), eQSL DR50RRDXA via DJ6QT (B) EA2/F5SUL via F5SUL (B) EA8/IK2EGL via IK2EGL (d), (L) EA8/EA1CY via EA1CY (d) ED1K via EA1NK (B, email req.), eQSL EG8FVC via EA8URV (B) EJ0PL via EI5JQ (B), (L) EJ1Y via EI5JQ (B), (L) EJ3Z via EI6GGB (B), (L), eQSL ES0U via ES2DJ (B) EV5SL/p via EW1BBA (B) EX2F via RW6HS (d) F/IU0BMX via F6KOP (B) F4FRC (B), (L), eQSL F6CUG/p via F6CUG (B) F8NUH/p via F8NUH (B) G4ALE/p via G3VYI (B) GA14CG (ClubLog OQRS), (L), eQSL GB100CMM via G3UFO (B) GB100GW via G3UFO (B) GB1FBS via M0EDU, eQSL GB1WWO email req., eQSL GB2ALE via G3NFC (B) GB4FWW eQSL GD3TTC/p via G3TTC (B) GJ3RCV via G4DFI (B), (L), eQSL GJ6YB via G3SWH (B), (L) GM2V via N3SL (B), (L) GM3X via GM3POI, (L) GN0GRC via G0RCI (B) HF0RN via SP5NZA (B) HF750J via SP9PRR (B) HS7AT/p via E27EK (d) IM0DTF (d) IP1/IQ1SP via IQ1SP (B) IQ7IA via IZ7ZKR IS0/IK1TTD via IK1TTD (B) IT9/IZ2ZTR via IZ2ZTR (B) IZ8FFA/IT9 via IZ8FFA (B), (L), eQSL J49A via SV9GPV, (L) JW/RD1AL via RD1AL JY4CI via K2AX (d) KB6QEW/VY2 via KB6QEW (B) KF8UN/EA via KF8UN (d) KF8UN/LU via KF8UN (d) KF8UN/PY via KF8UN (d) KL7RRC via N7RO (d) LA/DL1CW via DL1CW (B) LA/F5BLC/p via F5BLC (B) LI2IZ via LA2IZ (L), eQSL LI5TFA via LA5TFA LI8OM via LA8OM (B) MC0SHL via M0URX (B, OQRS), (L) MJ/OK1DBS via OK1DBS (B) MJ/OK1FIK via OK1FIK (B) MJ/OK1NP via OK1NP (B) MJ/OK1XC via OK1XC (B), eQSL MJ0IKL via OK1DOL MJ0ILB via OK1BIL (B) MM3N via GM4SID (B) N2GC (d), (L) N4N via KA4WJR NH0/N8TEY via JE1UFF NP4DX via W3HNK (d) OE2WURZL14 via (OE-B: ADL615) OE9/HB9JOE via HB9JOE (B) OG2F via OH2NC (B) OG300G via OG2K (B) OG90AA via OH8AA (B) OH5TS (L) OP14B via ON5UB (B) OZ/DL5CW via DL5CW (B) OZ/DL8MF via DL8MF (B) OZ/PD7YY via PD7YY (B) P3F via M0URX (B, OQRS), (L) PA14NAWAKA/J via PA5UL (B), eQSL PC200ZVL via PA0ABM (B, ClubLog), eQSL PD2OOR (B), eQSL PE30K via PE2K (B) PQ5M via PP5BZ (B) PU1KMO eQSL PU1NMG via PY1NMG PY5ARP (B) R1NU/p via R1NU (B) R300G via RV1AQ (B) R310A via R1BAL (B), eQSL R44QKO via RU3KO (B), eQSL RA1ALA/mm via UA1ANA RK1OWZ/p via UA1OMZ RL70BO/p via RA3Y (L), eQSL SM/DG5CST via DG5CST (B) SN0RX via SP8RX (B) SN100LP via SP3PGR (B) SN100PKK via SP9KDU (B) SN1D via SP1RKT (B) SN777BL via SP4EOO (B), (L), eQSL SV2/SV1NJW via SV1NJW (B), (L), eQSL SV8/OK1FFU via OM2FY (B) SV8/OM6NM via OM2FY SV9/ON6DSL/p via ON6DSL (B) TA1/JJ2NYT via JJ2NYT (B) TA2LJ/0 via TA2LJ (B) TA3/JJ2NTT via JJ2NYT (B) TK/F1UJS via F1UJS (B), (L) TK/OO4O via ON4APU (B), (L) TK50O via F5RXL (B), (L) TM100LGG via F4GRW (B) TM0MN (B) TM100BS via F5KOU (B) TM14DAY via F8EMH (B) TM14JAM via F5OWK (B), (L), eQSL TM2F via F4GTT (B), eQSL TM60GW via F5PCX (B) TZ6BB via W3HNK (d), (L) UA0AWX/0 via UN6QC (d), eQSL.kz UA1NFA/p via UA1NFA (B) VC3A via VE3JO VE3WCD (B) VE4XSI via WB2UKX (d) VK3VTH/p via VK3VTH (B) VP2V/K6TOP (L) VP5/I8NHJ via N5NHJ (d), (L) VP5/I8NHJ via N5NHJ (L) VX9CMA via VE9RLW (QRZ.COM) WW1USA (d) YB4IR/5 via YB4IR (B, OQRS) YB9BU/p via YB9BU (d) YF1AR/5 via N2OO, YF1AR (OQRS) YJ0GA via ZL3GA (B), (L) YJ0UO via G4BUO (d), (L), eQSL YR48REV via YO7GWA YU177SB via YU1KN ZA/IK2RLM (L), eQSL ZF1DX via W8BLA (d) ZW8T via PS8HF (B) ZY8D via PS8AB (d) (d) = direct only (B) = bureau OK (*) = new manager (L) = LoTW * QSLs received direct: TM1INT 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SB DX @ ARL ARLD031 DX news ZCZC AE31 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 31 ARLD031 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT July 31, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD031 ARLD031 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all. ROTUMA, 3D2. Antoine, 3D2AG plans to be QRV as 3D2AG/p until August 8 while on work assignment. Activity is during his free time and on 40 to 6 meters using mainly CW. QSL direct to his Fiji address. TIMOR-LESTE, 4W. Adhi, YB3MM is QRV as 4W/NB3MM from Dili on Timor Leste, IOTA OC-148, until August 5. Activity is on 30 to 12 meters using mainly SSB with some CW and PSK31. QSL via YB3MM. TANZANIA, 5H. Flavio, IW2NEF is QRV as 5H1NE from Zanzibar Island, IOTA AF-032, until August 6. Activity is holiday style on the HF bands using SSB. QSL via IK2DUW. TONGA, A3. Dave, G4BUO is QRV as A35UO from Tongatapu Island, IOTA OC-049, until August 4. Activity is holiday style on 40 to 10 meters using only CW. QSL to home call. BAHAMAS, C6. Marilyn, WM2W and Terry, N0TW are QRV as C6AMW and C6ATW, respectively, until August 4. This includes entries in the 10-10 International Summer SSB contest. QSL via N0TW. EASTER ISLAND, CE0. Manuel, CE2NTT and Cristian, CE2WTF will be QRV from Isla de Pascua, IOTA SA-001, from August 2 to 3. They each may be QRV as XR0YNTT, 3G0YNTT, CB0YNTT, and, XR0YWTF, 3G0YWTF, CB0YWTF, respectively. Activity will be on 40, 20, 15, 10 and 6 meters using SSB, with some possible activity on various satellites. QSL via operators' instructions. ESTONIA, ES. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Baltic Way, amateur radio operators here will use the prefix ES25 during the month of August. ENGLAND, G. Special event station GB1418WAR is QRV during August. Activity is on 160 to 10 meters using predominantly SSB with some CW. QSL via M0OXO. LITHUANIA, LY. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Baltic Way, amateur radio operators here will use the prefix LY25 during the month of August. AUSTRIA, OE. Special event Boy Scout club station OE2WURZL14 will be QRV from the international camp of the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of Salzburg from the GA Steiner valley from August 3 to 13. QSL via operators' instructions. CRETE, SV9. Luc, ON6DSL is QRV as SV9/ON6DSL/p while on vacation on Crete, IOTA EU-015. Activity is holiday style on the HF bands using SSB and QRP power. QSL to home call. CANADA, VE. Look for VE3WCD to be QRV during the Welland Canal Days next to Lake Erie near Inner Lighthouse, ARLHS CAN-764, and Outer Lighthouse, ARLHS CAN-765. QSL via bureau. In addition, Donald, KB6QEW is QRV as KB6QEW/VY2 from Prince Edward Island, IOTA NA-029, until August 4 from the PEI DX Lodge. This includes an entry in the North American CW QSO party. QSL to home call. COCOS (KEELING) ISLAND, VK9C. A group of operators are QRV as VK9EC until August 2. Activity is holiday style on 160 to 6 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, FM and PSK31. QSL via JF3PLF. CHRISTMAS ISLAND, VK9X. A group of operators will be QRV as VK9EX from August 2 to 8. Activity will be holiday style on 160 to 6 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, FM and PSK31. QSL via JF3PLF. INDONESIA, YB. Imam, YB4IR will be QRV as YB4IR/5 from Tambelan Island, IOTA OC-122, from August 2 to 9. Activity will be on 40 to 10 meters using CW, SSB and various digital modes. QSL to home call. LATVIA, YL. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Baltic Way, amateur radio operators here will use the prefix YL25 during the month of August. SPECIAL EVENT STATIONS. W1AW Centennial Station W1AW/0 in South Dakota and W1AW/4 in Kentucky are QRV until 2359z on August 5. In addition, W1AW Centennial Stations W1AW/1 in Vermont and W1AW/2 in New Jersey will be QRV starting at 0000z on August 6. They will be active until 2359z on August 12. THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO. The ARRL August UHF Contest, North American CW QSO Party, NCCC RTTY Sprint, NCCC Sprint CW Ladder, TARA Grid Dip Shindig, 10-10 International Summer SSB Contest, European HF Championship, RSGB RoPoCo CW contest and the SARL HF Phone Contest are all scheduled for this upcoming weekend. The ARS Spartan CW Sprint is scheduled for August 5. The CWops Mini-CWT CW Test is scheduled for August 6. Please see August QST, page 74, and the ARRL and WA7BNM Contest web sites for details. NNNN /EX

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SB PROP @ ARL ARLP031 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP31 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 31 ARLP031 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA August 1, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP031 ARLP031 Propagation de K7RA Spaceweather.com reports that a CME is coming toward us from the sun since July 30 when a magnetic filament erupted. It may sideswipe our magnetic field on Saturday, August 2, and there is a thirty percent chance of geomagnetic storms in polar regions. Right now there are plenty of sunspots, but they are magnetically weak. Since July 24, the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory in Penticton, British Columbia has been experiencing some serious computer network issues, I think involving a severed fiber optic cable. As a result, we do not have a source for the 10.7 cm. solar flux values resolved to one-tenth of a point. This is not a serious problem, except those of us who archive the values like to see the values in a consistent format. We can still get the flux values resolved to whole integers from NOAA: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/latest/DSD.txt These numbers appear at the end of the weekly bulletin. For those who archive the values, when the Penticton site goes back online you will be able to correct the values from these usual sources: http://www.spaceweather.ca/solarflux/sx-5-flux-eng.php ftp://ftp.geolab.nrcan.gc.ca/data/solar_flux/daily_flux_values/fluxtable.txt The official flux number is the daily local noon value, which is at 2000 UTC. When the system comes back online, you should see solar flux readings after July 23. NOAA has always presented these as whole integers, and for the past week the noon flux has been supplied via a daily phone call to Boulder from Penticton. Using the flux values rounded to whole integers makes little difference. For example, rounding to whole integers would change the average solar flux in ARLP027 from 129.5 to 129.6, and in ARLP028 it does not change the average at all. Thank goodness there were no zero-sunspot days over the past week, so the average daily sunspot number rose from 25.9 in the July 17 to 23 period to 107.7 this week. Average daily solar flux rose from 90.3 to a more robust 125. Solar flux on Thursday, July 31 was 156. July ended yesterday, so we can look at recent averages. The average daily sunspot number for July was 113.6, up from 107.8 for June. The three month moving averages of daily sunspot numbers for the past year are 85.6, 77.4, 91.2, 102.9, 123.7, 123.3, 138.5, 146.4, 148.2, 129.6, 118.4 and 112.8. Predicted solar flux for the near term is 160 on August 1 and 2, 150 on August 3, 145 on August 4 to 6, then 140, 120, 110, 105, 100 and 95 on August 7 to 12, 90 on August 13 to 15, 95 on August 16 and 17, 100 on August 18, and 105 on August 19 to 21. From July 21 to 27 the flux value predicted for August 18 was only 85, but that was revised back to 100 on July 28, the same value predicted from July 13 to 20 (for August 18. Is that clear as mud?) Predicted planetary A index is 5, 8, 14, 10, and 8 on August 1 to 5, then 5, 8, 6, 5 and 8 on August 6 to 10, 5 on August 11 to 21, then 8, 5, 12 and 10 on August 22 to 25, and 5 on August 26 to 31. F. K. Janda, OK1HH predicts mostly quiet geomagnetic conditions August 1, quiet to unsettled August 2 and 3, quiet to active August 4, quiet to unsettled August 5 and 6, quiet August 7, quiet to active August 8, active to disturbed August 9, quiet to active August 10 and 11, quiet August 12 to 15, mostly quiet August 16, quiet August 17 and 18, mostly quiet August 19 and 20, quiet August 21, quiet to unsettled August 22, quiet to active August 23 and active to disturbed on August 24. Scott Bidstrup, TI3/W7RI commented, "You wrote: 'No sunspots? Sky and Telescope recommends observing faculae.' There's actually a good reason for hams to do so. Faculae actually appear fairly bright in the 304 angstrom wavelength images of the sun. When they are large and numerous, even in the absence of significant sunspots, they can contribute significantly to the 304 angstrom ultraviolet that causes about half of our F2 ionization. So when the sunspots are low, but the propagation isn't all that bad, it's a good bet that there are a lot of faculae present on the solar disk. You can easily see if this is the case in the 304 angstrom image of the sun, which can be found on my propagation web page at http://www.bidstrup.com/w7ri-hf-radio-propagation.htm . The 304a image is the upper right in the group of four solar images (the image can be viewed full size by right-clicking the image and selecting "view image" from the drop-down menu). Sunspots normally appear as a bright, white spot in this image, but faculae appear as bright orange areas surrounding the sunspots, much brighter than the background granulation around them. The faculae may not be as bright as the sunspots, but they make up for that in a much larger area on the solar surface. While the faculae don't show up quite as well in the 195 angstrom image from the STEREO B spacecraft beacon, the green image just below the 304a image on my page, it will give you an idea of what faculae as well as active regions are about to rotate into view. So it can be useful to watch these images to get an idea of what is coming up - particularly for a contest weekend - it can help in planning band strategies." Thanks Scott! Tomas Hood, NW7US, the propagation editor for CQ and several other magazines, is publishing cool propagation and space weather information throughout each day on his Space Weather and Radio Propagation page on Facebook (see https://www.facebook.com/spacewx.hfradio ). These posts include current images from the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) instruments that watch the Sun 24/7, daily space weather and radio propagation conditions and forecasts, plus educational tidbits that can enhance your understanding of this exciting topic. Anyone who has a Facebook account can 'Like' and have notifications turned on so that you can see alerts when these page posts are made. Speaking of educational material, check out the self-study course that Tomas is offering at http://nw7us.us/swc . For more information concerning radio propagation, see the ARRL Technical Information Service at http://arrl.org/propagation-of-rf-signals. For an explanation of the numbers used in this bulletin, see http://arrl.org/the-sun-the-earth-the-ionosphere. An archive of past propagation bulletins is at http://arrl.org/w1aw-bulletins-archive-propagation. More good information and tutorials on propagation are at http://k9la.us/. Monthly propagation charts between four USA regions and twelve overseas locations are at http://arrl.org/propagation. Instructions for starting or ending email distribution of ARRL bulletins are at http://arrl.org/bulletins. Sunspot numbers for July 24 through 30 were 55, 65, 76, 110, 143, 160, and 145, with a mean of 107.7. 10.7 cm flux was 104, 107, 117, 121, 132, 142, and 152, with a mean of 125. Estimated planetary A indices were 5, 6, 7, 5, 9, 4, and 5, with a mean of 5.9. Estimated mid-latitude A indices were 6, 9, 9, 6, 12, 6, and 7, with a mean of 7.9. NNNN /EX

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DXNL 1896 - August 6, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Klaus Poels, DL7UXG (e-mail: dxnl@dxhf.darc.de) translation by: Oliver Bock, DJ9AO EA8, Canary Islands: Members of the national Spanish radio club URE will get on the air from the Gran Telescopio Canarias - GTC (AF-004, WW Loc. IL18bs) on August 9 and 10 to celebrate the telescope's 5th "birthday". QRV as AN8GTC on all bands in SSB, CW, and digital modes. QSL via EA8RCP (d/B). http://www.gtc.iac.es/ F, France: TP2CE, a special event station of the Council of Europe, will be active on August 9 between 08 and 24z. QRV on 80 and 40m, and on VHF in SSB, CW, and RTTY. Contacts with TP2CE are especially sought after by those who are interested in the EU28A award. QSL via F5LGF (d/B). http://dcl.darc.de/~dcl/public/diplom_details.php?diplomid=99 TM70AL celebrates the liberation of the town Alencon from German occupation 70 years ago. QRV until August 18 on HF in CW, SSB, RTTY, and PSK. QSL via F4GNN (d/B). TM70LCA likewise commemorates the liberation of Aleth (DFCF 35-104) in 1944 between the 8th and 22nd. Operators will get on the air in a concentrated effort between the 15th and 17th, QRV on 80-2m in SSB, CW, PSK, and RTTY. QSL via F4AVX (d/B). http://www.tm70lca.arace.fr/ FY, French Guiana: Paul, DL3LUM and Giuliano, PA3FHD, are travelling to Kourou in order to prepare the launch of Galileo FOC-1 on August 21. During their free time they hope to get on the air signing FY/homecalls. The following ESA stations will also be active until the launch: PI9ESA, DL0ESA, IZ0FEJ. QSOs count towards a short-term (August 1 to September 15) Galileo award. QSLs via homecalls. https://sites.google.com/site/hamradiogalileo/ G, England: GB1418WAR commemorates the beginning of World War I during August. QRV on 160-10m, mostly in SSB. QSL via M0OXO (OQRS). Please do not send QSLs via bureau, requesting online is sufficient. GB6YD operates in the context of the Yorkshire Day from Cartworth Moor until August 14. For QSL info see http://qrz.com/db/g4cdd. The Essex CW Club operates GB2VJ to commemorate V-J Day (Victory over Japan in WW2) from August 8 to September 4. QRV on HF, mainly in CW. QSL via bureau. GB100ZZ honours the memory of radio amateurs killed during WW I. QRV until the end of the month from the Marconi Centre in Poldhu, ZZ used to be the call of the Marconi Company's station there. QSL via eQSL, requests for bureau and direct cards via ClubLog. I, Italy: Rob/DL7VOA plans to get on the air during the evening and night hours as I5/DL7VOA during his holiday in Italy from the 11th to the 21st. QRV on 40-10m. QSL via h/c (d/B). J3, Grenada: Ric/AI5P announces an activity from Grenada Island (NA-024, WLOTA 0718) for the time between the 12th and 22nd. QRV as J3/AI5P mainly in CW on 40-10m. QSL via AI5P (d/B). JA, Japan: 8N4ARDF operates in the context of the All Japan ARDF Athletic Meet 2014 from August 8 to November 16. QSL via bureau. 8J7KOR celebrates the 90th anniversary of the town Koriyama (September 1). QRV from August 11 until the year's end. KH0, Mariana Islands: Yutaka/JQ2GYU and his wife Miho/JJ2VLY return to the J-Tinian Radio Space Club on Tinian Island (OC-086, USi NI-003S, WLOTA 3108). QRV from the 10th to the 15th as NH0J on 80-10m in CW, SSB, and RTTY. QSL via JJ2VLY (d). OM, Slowak Republic: OM70SNP commemorates the beginning of the Slovak National Uprising 70 years ago in Banska Bystrica. QRV on HF until the end of August. QSL via OM7AW (d//B). ON, Belgium: Members of the radio club ON4RST operate the special event call OP14S to commemorate the Battle of the Silver Helmets, the last fight between cavalry units during WWI. QRV from August 10 to September 10. QSL via ON3SKG (B). http://www.on4rst.be/Slag_der_Zilveren_Helmen/indexuk.php http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Haelen_%281914%29 The amateur radio club UBA-LGE in Liege honours the memory of WW I victims with the call OP14L until the end of August. The station will be located at various forts around Liege during that time. On August 9 operators Janny, ON5PO and Bob, ON4LRG, will put the station on the air from the Fort de Boncelles (WCA ON-00231, BCA LG-054). QSL via ClubLog (OQRS), LoTW. No paper QSLs please. PA, Netherlands: Since 1936 Zundert hosts an annual flower parade with pageant vehicles entirely decorated with dahlias. This year's event will take place on September 7/8, drawing about 50000 visitors. Members of the VERON Section 54 will operate with the calls PA73CORSO, PA73EBP, and PA73LOU from August 12 to September 8. Operators will be PA0LOU, PA0ATG, PA1ADG, PA1BR, PA1CPA, PA2CVD, PA3DPC, PA3EBP, PA5JSB, PA9DD, PD0PMS, PD0RWL, PD1GWF, PE1NGS, PE1RMO, and PI4ETL. The also issue an "73th BLOEMENCORSO ZUNDERT" award. QSL PA73CORSO via PD0RWL (d/B), PA73LOU via PA0LOU (d/B), PA73EBP via bureau. http://www.qrz.com/db/pa73corso PJ7, Sint Maarten: Rich, KB5FLA, continues to operate holiday-style as PJ7/KB5FLA from Sint Maarten (NA-105) until the 12th. QRV on 40 and 20m in CW and SSB. QSL via KB5FLA, LotW, eQSL. SP, Poland: SN0MPW commemorates the Warsaw Uprising on the air until October 3. QSL via SP5PEP (d/B). HF750J continues to operate until August 10 and celebrate 750th anniversary of the village Jankowice. QSL via SP9PRR (B). TA, Turkey: A team consisting of Kenneth/OZ1IKY, Erhard/DL5JQ, Franta /DJ0ZY, and Jo/DJ3CQ will travel to Trabzon for an operation in the WAE CW Contest as TC7T. QSL via DJ3CQ (d/B), LoTW, eQSL. TJ, Cameroon: Nicolas/F8FQX (ex 5T5SN, TN5SN) will be staying in Cameroon during the next 3 to 4 years. He hopes to get on the air as TJ3SN on HF and 6m. QSL via IZ1BZV (d), LoTW. VK, Australia: Wayne/VK5APN plans to activate the following squares on 2m (EME) between August 8 and 25: PF89, PF78, PG70, PG72, PG63, PG62, PG71, PF79, PF88, PF97, PG65 and PG64. QSL via VK5APN (see qrz.com). VP2M, Montserrat: Giovanni/IZ2PDX is going to operate as VP2MPX from Montserrat (NA-103, WLOTA 1475, WW Loc. FK86vs). QRV from the 10th to the 28th on 160-6m in SSB. QSL via IK2DUW (d/B) and ClubLog. www.iz2dpx.jimdo.com/dx-pedition/vp2mpx/ http://www.volcano-island.com http://www.vp2mpx.com VP5, Turks & Caicos Isl.: Bill, K9HZ, is currently holidaying on T & C until August 17 as VP5/K9HZ. QRV on 80-10m in CW, SSB, and a bit of RTTY. QSL via K9HZ (d), LoTW, eQSL. VP9, Bermuda: Eric/K9GY pays Ed/VP9GE another visit on Bermuda (NA-005, WLOTA 0201, WW Loc. FM72pi) and get on the air from Ed's shack from the 6th to 11th. QRV as K9GY/VP9 mainly for the WAE contest. QSL via LoTW or K9GY (d). W, USA: All year long special event station W1Aw/x will be operated from Vermont (/1) and New Jersey (/2) from August 6 to 12. http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party https://centennial-qp.arrl.org/w1aw-portable-qsos.php 25 Jahre Baltic Way: Special event stations from Estland, Latvia and Lithuania will celebrate 25 years of the Baltic Way, a human chain of 2 million individuals stretching along 600km from Tallinn to Riga and Vilnius, 25 years ago. QRV with special prefixes (ES25, LY25, YL25) until the end of August. There will also be a trophy award available for QSOs. http://www.qrz.com/db/ly25w http://www.balticway.net/ ERTC 2014: For the results of the European Radiosport Team Championship (July 18 - 20) see the following list: * Gold: Czech Republic, Sarka Vavrova, OK2SVA (21); Jindrich Kostal, OK1NOR (24) and Jan Honza Dohnalek, OK1JD (20) * Silber: Italy, Nicola Tonci, IZ6TSA (20); Gabry Iuliani, IT9RGY (26) and Orazio Intagliata, IT9DBF (25) * Bronze: Estland, Keijo Kapp, ES1XQ (17); Tauri Helimets, ES5HTA (29) and Keven Mekk, ES6AXS (18) Abbreviations in this DXNL: ARLHS Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society BCA Belgian Castle Award DFCF Diplome des Forts et Chateaux de France GIOTA Greek Islands On The Air IOSA Island of Scotland Award JCC Japan Century Cities LoTW Logbook of the World MIA Mediterranean Sea Island Award OQRS Online QSL Request System SCOTIA Scottish Island Award USi United States Islands Awards WAB Worked All Britain WCA World Castles Award WLOTA World Lighthouse On The Air Award IOTA Compiled by Friedrich, DL4BBH (iota@dxhf.darc.de) ==== AS-014; A4; Al Wusta Region Group: Members of the Omani Amateur Radio Society (ROARS) plan to activate Masirah Island (WW Loc. LL90jl) as A43MI from the 7th to the 11th. QRV in SSB, CW, and digital modes. QSL via A47RS (d/B). https://www.facebook.com/a47rs EU-008; GM; Inner Hebrides: Paul, 2E0EME, gets on the air from the Isle of Mull (IOSA NH15, SCOTIA CN10, WLOTA 2485) between the 9th and 16th. He also plans visits to the Isle of Iona (IOSA NH16, SCOTIA CN01) and the Isle of Ulva (IOSA NH18, SCOTIA CN05). QSL only direct via 2E0EME. http://www.qrz.com/db/2M0EME EU-013; GJ; Jersey: Jan, DJ8NK (GJ0VNK) and Paul, F6EXV (MJ0EXV), will operate from Jersey (WLOTA 0818, WW Loc. IN89). between the 8th and 12th. QRV on 160-6m in SSB, CW, RTTY, and PSK31. QSL via homecalls (bureau, ClubLog). EU-052; SV; Ipeiros/ Dytiki Ellas Region group: Max, IZ2ZTQ, hopes to call at all Ionian Islands with his sailing boat from the 10th to the 20th and operate as SV8/IZ2ZTQ. Follow his route at: http://www.y2ksblog.com/. QSL via homecall (d/B/L). http://www.qrz.com/db/iz2ztq EU-069; EA5; Columbretes Islands: Guillermo, EA5MON, plans to operate holiday-style as EA5MON/p from Columbrete Grande (ARLHS SPA-180, WLOTA 1747, EAFF-138) between the 6th and 9th. QSL via h/c (bureau), LoTW. EU-075; SV; Peloponnisos (Argolis)/ Attiki Region group: Diego, IZ1JFT, is going to put Agkistri Island (GIOTA SAS-047, MIA MG-006) on the air from the 7th to the 22nd as SV8/IZ1JFT. QSL via h/c (d/B). OC-210; YB8; Sangihe Islands: Din, YB8RW, and his team (Donny/YB8SX, Lambert/YC8RLM, Ronald/YC8ROP, and Arnol/YC8TDK) announce an activation of Karakitang Island (WW Loc. PI23se) for August 5 to 8. QRV with their homecalls/p on HF. QSL via YB9BU (d). WWFF ==== Titchfield Haven NNR - GFF-127 Andrew/M0YMA is going to activate Titchfield Haven NNR (GFF-127, WAB SU50) on AUgust 12 signing M0YMA/p. QRV on 40 and 20m (WWFF QRGs). QSL via h/c (d/B), LoTW, eQSL. WCA === Kaptol Castle - 9A-0025 Robert, 9A8RBX, activates Kaptol Castle (9A-0025) from the 12th to the 22nd. QRV on 80-10m. His location is also part of 9AFF-014. QSL via DO6SR (d/B/OQRS/L). Calendar ======== start - end DX DXNL 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 2Axxx 1868 09.08.14 - 16.08.14 2M0EME 1896* 25.07.14 - 08.08.14 3D2AG/p 1895 06.14 - 08.14 3E100PC 1886 - 14 3W3B 1815 19.06.14 - 31.10.14 3Z5KK.. 1890 07.14 - 07.15 4U20B 1895 - 14 5Z4/LA4GHA 1827 - 31.12.13 5Z4EE 1807 - 14 6O0LA 1810/1827 07.14 - 09.14 6V1W 1890 - 31.12.13 7P8CC 1807/1820 - 31.12.14 7S400K 1866 01.08.14 - 24.08.14 8J1A 1895 - 31.12.14 8J1AOBA 1870 18.07.14 - 02.15 8J1ATUGI 1883 04.14 - 03.15 8J1FC 1878 06.14 - 12.14 8J1INUBO 1886 04.14 - 03.15 8J1TGN 1878 20.04.14 - 31.01.15 8J1ZC 1880 - 07.14 8J23776M 1886 06.14 - 11.14 8J2GAMA 1886 - 03.15 8J2VE 1884 - 31.03.15 8J3ZUKA 1866 31.07.13 - 08.15 8J4J 1848 07.05.14 - 03.15 8J4HKR 1885 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 8J5JAZZ 1895 07.14 - 11.14 8J6GNB 1890 04.14 - 08.14 8J740YYM 1877 07.14 - 03.15 8J7INORI 1892 11.08.14 - 31.12.14 8J7KOR 1896* - 31.12.14 8J7T 1865 01.04.14 - 31.10.14 8J8JRCV 1881 04.14 - 03.15 8J9ONO 1878 07.14 - 11.14 8J9WSH 1892 08.14 - 10.14 8N1AQ 1895 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1NRT 1878 01.04.14 - 31.12.14 8N1S60A 1878 15.01.14 - 30.09.14 8N3HKC 1870 08.08.14 - 16.11.14 8N4ARDF 1896* 01.07.14 - 31.07.14 8N50YEN 1890 01.07.14 - 31.10.14 8N5CLEAN 1890 06.14 - 07.14 8N6NTO 1886 12.07.14 - 30.07.14 8Q7MH.. 1893 29.03.14 - 31.12.14 9A90Z 1880 - 11.14 9G5AC 1843 - 30.07.14 9M6XRO/p 1892 - 10.13 9V1RM 1751 unknown A25/HB9CPS 1882 29.07.14 - 04.08.14 A35UO 1894 07.08.14 - 11.08.14 A43MI 1896* - 31.12.14 A91YA 1874 21.11.13 - 20.11.14 AF1G/C6A 1865/69 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AM0#xyz 1889 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AN0#xyz 1889 09.08.14 - 10.08.14 AN8GTC 1896* 18.06.14 - 18.09.14 AO0#xyz 1889 - 31.12.14 AY1DZ 1872 27.07.14 - 16.08.14 C21BN 1894 resident C6ATH 1888 - 08.14 CE3/N5NU.. 1889 - 03.15 CE9OJZ.. 1886 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 CF3NAVY 1895 05.08.14 - 11.08.14 CT7/CU3AA/p 1895 - 31.12.14 CW30A.. 1866 16.01.14 - 12.14 D2SG 1867 15.02.14 - 01.15 D8A 1871 - 12.14 DA0EIM 1815 - 31.12.14 DB50FIRAC 1865 - 31.12.14 DF0DC 1865 - 31.12.14 DJ60DXMB.. 1865/68/77 06.14 - 12.14 DK0HORREM 1888 - 31.12.14 DK40BOSCH 1868 - 31.12.14 DK40ECH 1868 - 31.12.14 DL0HRS 1865 05.14 - 09.14 DL0MSR 1884 - 31.12.14 DL60JMZ 1865 - 08.14 DL600WW 1846 - 04.15 DM100CTK 1884 - 31.12.14 DM200TSV 1868 01.05.14 - 30.04.15 DM20KIDS 1884 31.05.14 - 31.12.14 DM50GRH 1888 12.13 - 11.14 DM50PCK 1860 - 31.12.14 DP90RKS.. 1865 - 02.15 DP0GVN 1864 - 31.12.14 DQ25GRENZE 1865 06.14 - 05.15 DQ60WAE 1887 - 31.12.14 DQ8T 1873 - 31.12.14 DQ0HARZ 1873 01.07.14 - 30.06.15 DR125HLK 1893 - 31.12.14 DR175LDE 1866 unknown DR800BI 1873 12.02.14 - 31.12.14 DS4DRE/4 1872 resident E41MT 1887 resident E41WT 1887 resident E51AND.. 1888/1892 08.07.14 - 31.12.14 E7100GP 1893 - 31.12.14 E72NATO 1892 03.14 - 12.14 E750EBL 1875 06.08.14 - 09.08.14 EA5MON/p 1896* - 31.12.14 EI14LCC 1866 - 31.12.14 EI30T 1866 - 31.12.14 EM50JA.. 1867 - 31.12.14 EO90WF.. 1866 - 31.12.14 EO90WF 1866 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 ES25xxx 1896* - 10.15 FW5JJ 1852 - 08.14 FY/DL3LUM 1896* - 08.14 FY/PA3FHD 1896* 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 GAxxx 1868 01.08.14 - 07.08.14 GB100CMM 1895 03.08.14 - 10.08.14 GB100GW 1895 03.08.14 - 30.08.14 GB100ZZ 1896* - 31.08.14 GB1418WAR 1896* 08.08.14 - 04.09.14 GB2VJ 1896* 31.07.14 - 09.08.14 GB4FWW 1895 01.08.14 - 14.08.14 GB6YD 1896* 08.08.14 - 12.08.14 GJ0VNK 1896* - 08.14 GZ4KPT 1894 - 31.12.14 HB14SAF 1873 - 31.12.14 HB40VC 1868 08.01.14 - 14.08.14 HF0RN.. 1866 15.07.14 - 10.08.14 HF100ZIM 1894 01.01.14 - 31.08.14 HF2014JP 1867 01.07.14 - 17.08.14 HF33WGC 1892 - 12.14 HF685DM 1893 29.04.14 - 31.12.14 HF80PLOCK 1883 - 10.08.14 HF750J 1896* 05.04.14 - 31.12.14 HG100ATOM 1880 - 31.12.14 HG140JLO 1879 - 12.14 HH2/PY3SB 1892 - 17 HL2/F4AAR 1837 19.04.14 - 15.08.14 HO100CANAL 1880 01.10.13 - 30.09.14 HP1A 1866 - 12.14 HS50RAST 1893 resident HZ1HZ 1886 11.08.14 - 21.08.14 I5/DL7VOA 1896* - 11.14 IA/IZ3SUS 1888 01.05.14 - 31.07.14 II3TN 1882 - 05.15 II8IDXC.. 1856/1861 20.07.14 - 18.08.14 IM0/I0PNM 1894 29.07.14 - 13.08.14 IT9/IZ2ZTR 1895 01.03.14 - 30.12.14 IY1GMS 1881 - 08.14 J28NC 1796 12.08.14 - 22.08.14 J3/AI5P 1896* 15.06.14 - 15.09.14 JG8NQJ/JD1 1888 26.06.14 - 28.08.14 JW/UA3IPL 1890 06.08.14 - 11.08.14 K9GY/VP9 1896* 31.07.14 - 09.08.14 KF8UN/EA 1895 13.08.14 - 24.08.14 KF8UN/LU.. 1895 unknown KH9/KJ6GHN 1885 - 31.12.14 LIxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LJxxx 1865 - 31.12.14 LM1814 1865 - 31.12.14 LM2T75Y 1870 - 03.15 LU1ZD 1888 - 31.12.14 LY10NATO 1875 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 LY25xxx 1896* 01.07.14 - 31.07.14 LZ1810PPW 1890 - 31.12.14 LZ60KSP 1875 12.08.14 M0YMA/p 1896* 08.08.14 - 12.08.14 MJ0EXV 1896* unknown MX0EPC 1892 27.06.14 - 26.10.14 N5T 1890/94 10.08.14 - 15.08.14 NH0J 1896* 03.08.14 - 13.08.14 OE2WURZL14 1895 25.01.14 - 30.11.14 OF60A 1888 16.10.13 - 14.10.14 OH8R 1869 - 31.12.13 OM44LTE 1872 unknown ON1418BSH 1893 04.08.14 - 03.09.14 OP14B 1895 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 OP14L 1896* 10.08.14 - 10.09.14 OP14S 1896* - 15 OX5M 1843 - 15 OX5T 1843 - 14 P29NO 1814 - 31.12.14 PA35WO 1867 28.07.14 - 08.08.14 PA7DN/p 1894 12.08.14 - 08.09.14 PA73CORSO 1896* 12.08.14 - 08.09.14 PA73EBP 1896* 12.08.14 - 08.09.14 PA73LOU 1896* 18.07.14 - 14.08.14 PE30K 1893 03.14 - 02.15 PG200KMAR 1875 - 31.12.14 PH65PH 1869 - 31.12.14 PI30DIG 1880 - 12.08.14 PJ7/KB5FLA 1896* 15.06.14 - 15.09.14 R14GGR.. 1890 15.06.14 - 15.08.14 R700SR.. 1890 - 31.12.14 R80xx.. 1870 unknown RA1ALA/mm 1895 - 26.11.14 RI59ANT 1874 01.12.13 - 01.02.15 RI1ANT 1860/1862 28.07.14 - 22.10.14 R14CWC.. 1894 unknown S01WS 1885 02.08.14 - 17.08.14 S5/SP7VC.. 1895 - 31.12.14 S567O 1868 - 31.12.14 SC15DXR 1868 - 31.12.14 SC2014ECC.. 1866 10.03.14 - 10.12.14 SN100LP 1882/95 01.08.14 - 15.08.14 SN100PKK 1895 - 30.11.14 SN150SZ 1879 unknown SN30RVG.. 1880 01.08.14 - 03.10.14 SN0MPW 1896* 07.08.14 - 22.08.14 SV8/IZ1JFT 1896* 10.08.14 - 20.08.14 SV8/IZ2ZTQ 1896* 15.07.14 - 08.14 SV8/SV1CEI 1892 - 08.14 SV9/ON6DSL/p 1895 - 15.09.14 T6DD 1877 - 15.09.14 TA2LJ/0 1895 07.08.14 - 11.08.14 TC7T 1896* - 31.12.14 TC10SWAT 1871 - .17 TJ3SN 1896* - 07.15 TJ3TS 1877 05.14 - 10.14 TK4QL 1882 01.08.14 - 15.08.14 TK50O 1895 03.14 - 12.14 TM02REF.. 1877 24.05.14 - TM0CXX 1886 04.06.14 - 20.09.14 TM100BS 1892 27.07.14 - 12.08.14 TM14JAM 1894 - 31.12.14 TM400M 1865 unknown TM50AS 1888 27.05.14 - 18.10.14 TM68VA 1885 02.08.14 - 18.08.14 TM70AL 1896* 08.08.14 - 22.08.14 TM70LCA 1896* 28.06.14 - 12.11.14 TM80GW 1890 29.03.14 - 21.09.14 TM850CS 1877 09.08.14 TP2CE 1896* 26.07.14 - 08.08.14 V29SH 1894 25.06.14 - 06.08.14 V47JA.. 1890 05.08.14 - 15.09.14 VC3A 1895 02.08.14 - 08.08.14 VK9EX 1894 - 17.08.14 VP5/K9HZ 1896* 10.08.14 - 28.08.14 VP2MPX 1896* - 08.14 VX9CMA 1895 - 31.12.14 W100AW 1865 21.07.14 - 10.08.14 W9IMS 1893 28.06.14 - 28.12.14 WW1USA 1895 01.07.14 - XW6OU 1890 02.08.14 - 09.08.14 YB4IR/5 1895 05.08.14 - 08.08.14 YB8RW/p 1896* 05.08.14 - 08.08.14 YB8SX/p 1896* 05.08.14 - 08.08.14 YC8RLM/p 1896* 05.08.14 - 08.08.14 YC8ROP/p 1896* 05.08.14 - 08.08.14 YC8TDK/p 1896* unknown YJ0MG 1894 03.14 - 11.14 YL2014C.. 1873/74 01.08.14 - 31.08.14 YL25xxx 1896* - 31.12.14 YP1989TM 1866 - 31.12.14 YP25xx 1866 - 12.08.14 YR8IOAA 1886 - 12.14 YS1/NP3J 1875 - 31.12.14 YT0PUPIN 1866 01.03.14 - 31.12.14 YU100CER.. 1875 - 31.12.14 YW80RCV 1871 unknown ZA/IW2JOP 1888 - 08.14+ ZA/IZ4JMA 1821 - 08.14 ZC4MIS 1878 - 10.14 ZD9G 1857 - 10.14 ZD9M 1873 - 03.16 ZF2DX 1878 - 19.01.15 ZF35xxx 1873 - 10.14 ZM90DX 1851/1871 * = new or updated .. = and other calls QSL information =============== 3D2AG/p via 3D2AG (d) 2M0EME via 2E0EME (d) 3W3B via E21EIC, (L) 3Z9DX (B), eQSL 3Z50AYP via SP7DQR 4O7CC via UA4CC (B), (L) 4U2OB via 9A2AA (B) 4W/NB3MM via IZ8CCW (BOQRS) 5H9AC via IN3ECI (d), eQSL 5P2I/p via OZ1BII (B), (L), eQSL 5R8FL (d) 5Q2J via OZ0J (B), (L) 6V1W via DO3MY (B) 6Y5/K4NHW via K4NHW 8J5JAZZ (B) 8J7KOR (B) 8N1AQ (B) 8N4ARDF (B) 9M2/JE1SCJ via JE1SCJ (d/B) A43MI via A47RS (d/B) AM01AJV via EA1AJV (B) AM01CBX via EA1CBX (B) AM03NO via EA3NO (B), (L), eQSL AM03KU via EA3KU (B), (L), eQSL AM04EQ via EA4EQ (d/B), (L) AM04FLY via EA4FLY (B) AM04FTV via EA4FTV (B) AM05ASM via EA5ASM (B), (L) AM05BB via EA5BB (B), (L) AM05DNO via EA5DNO, eQSL AM05IDQ via EA5IDQ (B, ClubLog) AM05IIK via EA5IIK (B), (L) AM05HJY via EA7HBC (B) AM05HT via EA5HT (B) AM05HPX via EA5HPX (B) AM05RKE via LX1CX (B), EA5RKE (d) AM05TT via EA5TT (B), eQSL AM06QY via EA6QY (B) AM07AYF via EA7AYF (B) AM07ISH via EA7ISH (d) AM07JOY via EA7JOY (d/B) AM07RCV via EA7NL (B), (L), eQSL AM07ZY via EA7ZY (B), (L) AN9GTC via EA8RCP (d/B) AO05AHA via EC5AHA (d) AO05JC via EC5JC (B) BD4UN via (L), BD4UN (d) BD9XE via BD4HF (B), (L) BG3UPA (B) BY1WJ via BA1AK (B), (L) C6ATW via N0TW C37AC QRZ.COM CU8FN via HB9CRV (d/B), (L) DM200TSV via DL4WK (B, auto.) DR50RRDXA via DJ6QT (B) EA5MON/p via EA5MON (d/B), (L) EM90WF via UR5WA, (L) EN90WF via US5WE, (L) EV5SL/p via EW1BBA (B) EX2F via RW6HS (d) F/IU0BMX via F6KOP (B) F4FRC (B), (L), eQSL FY/DL3LUM via DL3LUM (d/B) FY/PA3FHD via PA3FHD (d/B) GA14CG (ClubLog OQRS), (L) GB100CMM via G3UFO (B) GB100GW via G3UFO (B) GB1FBS via M0EDU, eQSL GB1WWO E-Mail, eQSL GB2ALE via G3NFC (B) GB2VJ (B) GB4CGS via G7GJU GB4FWW eQSL GB100ZZ ClubLog GB1418WAR via M0OXO (OQRS) GJ0VNK via DJ8NK (d/B) GM3X via GM3POI, (L) GN0GRC via G0RCI (B) GX4HRC via G3SVK, eQSL HB40VC via HB9DKZ (d/B) HF0RN via SP5NZA (B) HF750J via SP9PRR (B) HI3CC via W2CCW (new Manager) HI3TT via W2CCW (new Manager) HS7AT/p via E27EK (d) HT5T via TI4SU (d) I5/DL7VOA via DL7VOA (d/B) IP1/IQ1SP via IQ1SP (B) IQ7IA via IZ7ZKR IS0/IK1TTD via IK1TTD (B) IW5DAX via HB9CQL (B) IZ8FFA/IT9 via IZ8FFA (B), (L) J3/AI5P via AI5P (d/B) J79XB via VE2XB JW/RD1AL via RD1AL JY4CI via K2AX (d) K9GY/VP9 via K9GY (d), (L) KF8UN/EA via KF8UN (d) KF8UN/LU via KF8UN (d) KF8UN/PY via KF8UN (d) KH0UA via JF1UCV (B), QRZ.COM KL7RRC via N7RO (d) LA/DL1CW via DL1CW (B) LA/F5BLC/p via F5BLC (B) LI2IZ via LA2IZ (L), eQSL LI5TFA via LA5TFA LI8OK via LA9K (d/B) M0YMA/p via M0YMA (d/B/L), eQSL MC0SHL via M0URX (B, OQRS), MI0TLG (d), eQSL MJ0EXV via F6EXV (d/B) N2GC (d), (L) N4N via KA4WJR (d) NH0/N8TEY via JE1UFF NH0J via JJ2VLY (d) NP4DX via W3HNK (d) OD5ARMY via OD5NJ (B) OE2WURZL14 via (OE-B: ADL615) OE9/HB9JOE via HB9JOE (B) OG2F via OH2NC (B) OG300G via OG2K (B) OG90AA via OH8AA (B) OH5TS (L) OM70SNP via OM7AW (d/B) OP14B via ON5UB (B) OP14L via ClubLog (OQRS), (L) OP14S via ON3SKG (B) OQ5M via ON5ZO (L), eQSL OX5T via OZ0J (d/B) OZ/DL5CW via DL5CW (B) OZ/DL8MF via DL8MF (B) OZ/PD7YY via PD7YY (B) P3F via M0URX (B, OQRS) PA73CORSO via PD0RWL (d/B) PA73EBP (B) PA73LOU via PA0LOU (d/B) PA1914WAR via PA5V (d/B) PD2OOR (B), eQSL PE30K via PE2K (B) PF7DKW (B), (L) PJ7/KB5FLA via KB5FLA, (L), eQSL PQ5M via PP5BZ (B) PU1KMO eQSL PU1NMG via PY1NMG R300G via RV1AQ (B) R310A via R1BAL (B), eQSL R44QKO via RU3KO (B), eQSL R150LB via RA0TG (d/B) RK1OWZ/p via UA1OMZ RL70BO/p via RA3Y (L), eQSL RZ37ZF via UA9CLR SC14WNC via eQSL SM/DG5CST via DG5CST (B) SN0MPW via SP5PEP (d/B) SN0RX via SP8RX (B) SN100LP via SP3PGR (B) SN100PKK via SP9KDU (B) SN777BL via SP4EOO (B), (L) SN1944PW via SP5ZIP (B) SV8/IZ1JFT via IZ1JFT (d/B) SV8/IZ2ZTQ via IZ2ZTQ (d/B/L) T6T via RW6HS (d) TA0/DF8DX via DF8DX (d/B), (L) TA1/JJ2NYT via JJ2NYT (B) TA3/JJ2NTT via JJ2NYT (B) TC7T via DJ3CQ (d/B) TC10SWAT (B) TF3G/2 via TF3G (d/B) TJ3SN via IZ1BZV (d), (L) TK/F1UJS via F1UJS (B), (L) TK50O via F5RXL (B), (L) TM100LGG via F4GRW (B) TM0MN (B) TM14JAM via F5OWK (B), (L), eQSL TM2F via F4GTT (B), eQSL TM60GW via F5PCX (B) TM70AL via F4GNN (d/B) TM70LCA via F4AVX (d/B) TP2CE via F5LGF (d/B) TZ6BB via W3HNK (d), (L) UN6GDX (B), (L), eQSL YB0NDT (d), (L) VC3A via VE3JO VE3WCD (B) VE4XSI via WB2UKX (d) VP2MPX via IK2DUW (d/B) VP2V/K6TOP (L) VP5/I8NHJ via N5NHJ (d), (L) VP5/I8NHJ via N5NHJ (L) VP5/K9HZ via K9HZ (d), (L), eQSL VX9CMA via VE9RLW (QRZ.COM) WW1USA (d) XE1YQQ (d) VY0BRR via VE2XB YB8RW/p via YB9BU (d) YB8SX/p via YB9BU (d) YC8RLM/p via YB9BU (d) YC8ROP/p via YB9BU (d) YC8TDK/p via YB9BU (d) YF1AR/5 via N2OO YJ0GA via ZL3GA (B), (L) YJ0UO via G4BUO (d), (L), eQSL YR48REV via YO7GWA YU177SB via YU1KN ZA/IK2RLM (L), eQSL ZF1DX via W8BLA (d) ZW8T via PS8HF (B) ZX14DF via PT2AA (d/B) ZX14MT via PT2AA (d/B) ZX14RJ via PT2AA (d/B) ZY8D via PS8AB (d) (d) = direct only (B) = bureau OK (*) = new manager (L) = LoTW * QSLs received direct: 3W1D (AS-132, SP5PB), 9V1SV, E20HHK/p, FT5ZM (N2OO), C21UF (LA5UF), FP/G3ZAY, VK9GMW (HA7RY) * QSLs received via bureau: 3B9FR (M0OXO), 4S7DFG & 4S7LXG (DL7UFR), 7P8PB (EI7CC), 8J1RL, 8Q7CF (DL2MDU), 9L5VT (G3SXW), 9M2/JE1SCJ, 9Y4W (DL4MDO), A31MA (JA3MCA), A61BS (IZ8CLM), A61OQ (IT9JEW), BV1EL, D3AA (UA1QV), D2QMN (RZ3EC), D44TLL (YL2GN), E44PM (HB9IQB), EL2A (G3SXW), FS/DK5ON, HC4/AL4Q (DJ8QP), HK1,HK3 & HK8/AL4Q (DJ8QP), HZ1PS (IZ8CLM), HZ1TT (IZ8CLM), J87GU (DL7VOG), KH8/DL2AWG & KH8/PA3EWP (DL2AWG), KL5E (NI5DX), OD5ZZ (NI5DX), OY9R, PJ4DX (M0URX), PJ5J (JA1HGY), PJ6/G4IUF, SU9AF (UA3DX), T6JP (OZ2JBC), T77LA, TI5/K2PLF, TI8/DF8AN, V55A (M0OXO), V73MW (M0URX), VK9MT (M0URX), VP2MMN (DF8AN), VP2MTA (N0AT), VP2MWG (N0AT), XP2I (OZ1BII), XT2AEF (JH3AEF), XU7TZG (ON7PP), XW0YJY (E21EIC), ZD8D (DL9HO), ZD8UW (M0OXO), ZP3/AL4Q (DJ8QP) Thanks for contributing to this issue of the DXNL: Carl Smith (QRZ DX), 425DXNews, DX World, ICPO Bulletin, OPDX-Bulletin, DF6EX (for WIN-QSL), DJ3CQ, DJ5AV, DJ9ZB, DL1BAH, DL1SBF, DL7MAE, DO6SR, F4AVX, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, N0TW, NG3K, RA0TG, ... 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DXNLDXNL1895July302014

DXNL 1895 - July 30, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB (e-mail: d... [continue]

ARLD030DXnews

SB DX @ ARL ARLD030 DX news ZCZC AE30 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 30 ARLD030 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT July 24, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD030 ARLD030 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Cor... [continue]

DXNLDXNL1894July232014

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ARLP029PropagationdeK7RA

SB PROP @ ARL ARLP029 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP29 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 29 ARLP029 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA July 18, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP029 ARLP029 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity is suddenly weakening, and yesterday, Thursday, July 17 the daily sunspot number was zero. We had... [continue]

ARLD029DXnews

SB DX @ ARL ARLD029 DX news ZCZC AE29 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 29 ARLD029 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT July 17, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD029 ARLD029 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by the Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Cor... [continue]

DXNLDXNL1893Jul162014

DXNL 1893 - July 16, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB (e-mail: d... [continue]

ARLP028PropagationdeK7RA

SB PROP @ ARL ARLP028 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP28 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 28 ARLP028 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA July 11, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP028 ARLP028 Propagation de K7RA Solar activity strengthened recently, with average daily sunspot numbers for the seven days ending June 25 at 72... [continue]

ARLD028DXnews

SB DX @ ARL ARLD028 DX news ZCZC AE28 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 28 ARLD028 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT July 10, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD028 ARLD028 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by IK1QBT, the Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Con... [continue]

DXNLDXNL1892Jul92014

DXNL 1892 - July 9, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB (e-mail: dx... [continue]

ARLP027PropagationdeK7RA

SB PROP @ ARL ARLP027 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP27 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 27 ARLP027 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA July 3, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP027 ARLP027 Propagation de K7RA This bulletin is a day early, as Friday is the day the United States celebrates its independence from the British... [continue]

ARLD027DXnews

SB DX @ ARL ARLD027 DX news ZCZC AE27 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 27 ARLD027 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT July 3, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD027 ARLD027 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by NC1L, QRZ DX, the Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL... [continue]

DXNLDXNL1891Jul22014

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ARLP026PropagationdeK7RA

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ARLD026DXnews

SB DX @ ARL ARLD026 DX news ZCZC AE26 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 26 ARLD026 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT June 26, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD026 ARLD026 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by NC1L, QRZ DX, the Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXN... [continue]

DXNLDXNL1890Jun252014

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ARLP025PropagationdeK7RA

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ARLD025DXnews

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DXNLDXNL1889June182014

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ARLP024PropagationdeK7RA

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ARLD024DXnews

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DXNLDXNL1888Jun112014

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ARLP023PropagationdeK7RA

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ARLD023DXnews

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DXNLDXNL1887Jun42014

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ARLP022PropagationdeK7RA

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ARLD022DXnews

SB DX @ ARL ARLD022 DX news ZCZC AE22 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 22 ARLD022 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT May 29, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD022 ARLD022 DX news FRANCE, TM. TM70BBC commemorates D-Day on the air from June 3 to 13. QSL via F5UOW. TM70UTAH marks the Allied landing on Utah Beach 70 years ago. T... [continue]

DXNLDXNL1886May282014

DXNL 1886 - May 28, 2014 DX Newsletter *** 60 years DXNL *** 1954 - 2014 *** a free and weekly service of DARC Committee "DX and HF contesting" (http://www.darcdxhf.de) Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB (e-mail: dx... [continue]

ARLP021PropagationdeK7RA

SB PROP @ ARL ARLP021 Propagation de K7RA ZCZC AP21 QST de W1AW Propagation Forecast Bulletin 21 ARLP021 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA May 23, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB PROP ARL ARLP021 ARLP021 Propagation de K7RA Over the past week we saw a decline in solar activity, and the 45-day outlook showed progressively weaker numbers... [continue]

ARLD021DXnews

SB DX @ ARL ARLD021 DX news ZCZC AE21 QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 21 ARLD021 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT May 22, 2014 To all radio amateurs SB DX ARL ARLD021 ARLD021 DX news This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by NC1L, W3UR, the Weekly DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, ... [continue]

DXNLDXNL1885May212014

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