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    DXNL 1788 - Jul 11, 2012 DX Newsletter


    DXNL 1788 - Jul 11, 2012  DX Newsletter

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

                Editor: Johannes Amchewicz, DK8JB
                    (e-mail: dxnl@dxhf.darc.de)

                    translation by: Bob, DL7VOA
                    (e-mail: dl7voa@darc.de)

        The special event stations 7T50I (Radio Club Algiers), 7U50I and
        7V50I (Radio Club Laghouat), 7W50I (Radio Club Bou-Saada) and
        7Y50I (Radio Club Mostaganem) are celebrating the 50th anniversary of
        the independence of Algeria until Dec 31. A special award is available.
        QSLs via 7X2ARA.

        The team of the Croatian Radio Amateur Association will participate in
        the IARU HF World Championship (Jul 14/15) using the special callsign
        9A20HQ this year. All QSOs will be confirmed via bureau automatically.
        See also: http://www.hamradio.hr/index.php?view=article&id=2116

        The "Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Radio Society" will join the upcoming
        IARU HF World Championship as 9Y4HQ in CW and SSB on all bands.
        QSL via DF2RG.

        Pakistani hams (AP2AUM, AP2MF, AP2MKS) announced to show up as AP2ARS
        from the Swat district (35.5044 N, 72.5996 E; Loc MM65hh) from a height
        of 2300m a.s.l. from Jul 13-15. Listen for them on 20m and 40m running
        150 watts into an Inverted V dipole and via satellite.
        Unfortunately QSL only direct via: PARS AP2ARS, Box 1450 Islamabad,
        44000, Pakistan. See also: http://www.pakhams.com

        The Radio Club de Chile (CE3AA) will sign XR3HQ in CW and SSB on all
        bands during the IARU HF World Championship. QSL via bureau.

        The German team DA0HQ will be active from eight different QTHs using
        the special DOK HQ12 
    in CW and SSB on the six main HF bands during the
        IARU HF World Championship. The DA0HQ operators are looking forward to
        make many QSOs. In the interest of fairness everybody should work
        several HQ stations during this contest.
        As every year the district Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania plans a
        special activity to support the SOP award (Sea of Peace).
        DL0SOP will be QRV from Jul 1-31 and hands out some points for the SOP
        and also the special SDOK SOP12. See also: http://www.mydarc.de/dl0sop

        Olivier,ON4EI, will be active as EI8GQB using an hybrid wind-solar
        power system from his caravan until Jul 31. He will take part in the
        IOTA Contest as EI1A. More details at QRZ.com. QSLs via ON4EI.
        Olivier,ON4EI, and Bernard,EI4II, will join the upcoming IARU HF World
        Championship as Irish HQ station using EI80IRTS (and also on Jul 21).

        Philippe,F5SKW, Dimitri,F5SWB, Freddy,F5IRO/J28RO, David,F8CRS,
        Yves-Michel,F5PRU, and possibly also others will be active as TM70TE
        from the 3rd floor of the Eiffel Tower, approximately 300 meters above
        the ground, from July 12-15 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the
        French Army Signal Corps. QSL via F6KHX oder F5OGL.

        Lars,K9FY, wants to enjoy the pile-ups on 160m-10m signing TO5U from
        Ducos on Martinique (NA-107, DIFO FM-001, WLOTA 1041) from Jul 11-18.
        QSL via homecall, unfortunately only direct.

        The RSGB team has applied the special call GO2HQ or the IARU Contest
        and they will work from several DXCCs. They have also launched a
        special awards program. QSL via M0OXO. See also: http://www.gr2hq.com

        The "Strumble Head DX & Contest Group" will be active again as MC0SHL
        from Ramsey Island (EU-124, Loc IO71) on 40m-6m using two Hexbeams and
        a Windom with one station dedicated to digital modes (mostly RTTY)
        from Jul 12-16. The Team members include Ant,MW0JZE, Charles,M0OXO,
        Chris,G1VDP, and Rob,MW0RLJ, with his XYL Jane. They will operate from
        their farm HQ in the Pembrokeshire National Park (WFF GFF-015) if they
        are unable to get to the island due to bad weather.
        QSL via M0URX (OQRS), LoTW and Clublog. See also: http://www.mc0shl.com

        Vadym,UT6UD, will be active as H44UD from New Georgia Island (OC-149)
        from Jul 10-17. Activity will be holiday style and he will work mainly
        in CW during his evening and morning. If conditions permit, Vadym will
        try to activate also the IOTA groups OC-047 and OC-158. QSL via UT6UD.

        Members of the Quito Radio Club (HC1QRC) will be active as HD081QRC
        in CW and SSB on all bands from Jul 14-22. The operation is celebrate
        the 81st anniversary of the founding of the Quito Radio Club. Equipment
        will include both modern and some beautifully restored vintage radios
        by Gustavo,HC1BG. QSL via HC1JQ.

        Following stations will join the IARU HF World Championship from Japan:
          8N1HQ  (JA1HGY, Minato-city, 160m CW, 10m CW)
          8N1HQ  (JG1ZUY, Kimitsu-city, 15m SSB)
          8N1HQ  (7J1YAJ, Naka-gun, 40m CW, 40m SSB)
          8N3HQ  (JH3AIU, Miki-city, 15m CW)
          8N4HQ  (JH4WBY, Okayama-city, 80m CW, 80m SSB, 10m SSB)
          8N8HQ  (JH8ZMM, Iwamizawa-city, 20m CW, 20m SSB)
        QSLs will be sent via bureau automatically.
        8J1MBR is a special event call on the occasion of the 60th anniversary
    Mobara City (JCC 1210) in Chiba prefecture in the Kanto region on
        Honshu (AS-007, WLOTA 
    2376). It is active until Mar 31, 2013.
        QSL via bureau.
        HAMs are celebrating the 20th anniversary of Yachimata City (JCC 1230)
    for Suika = watermelon and peanuts) and activate the special
        event station 
    8J1SPY until Mar 31, 2013. Yachimata-City is located in
        the Chiba prefecture (AS-007, WLOTA 2376). QSL via 
        The special event stations 8N0CLEAN and 8N5CLEAN are active during the
        "Clean Reception Environment Month" until Oct 31. QSLs via bureau.
        The special event station 8J6OKAJO is working until Dec 31 to mark the
        400th anniversary of Oka Province Castle Town (now Taketa-city JCC 4408
        Jo: Castle) in the prefecture Oita on Kyushu (AS-077, WLOTA 0963).
        QSL via bureau.
        The special callsign 8J9HC is active Aug 12 to celebrate the
        36th All Japan High School Cultural Festival in Toyama (JCC 2801) on
        the island of Honshu (AS-007, WLOTA 2376). QSL via bureau.

        The radio society "Radioamateurs du Luxembourg" will be represented by
        LX75HQ during the IARU HF World Championship. QSL via LX2A.
        The special event station LX75RL marks the 75th jubilee of the society
        outside of the contest until Dec 31. QSL via LX2A.
        See also: http://www.rlx.lu

        The special event call UE95K marks the 95th birthday of Paul Kamozine
        from Jul 14-22. He was a pilot and twice hero of the Soviet Union.
        Operation takes place in all modes from Bryansk (oblast Bryanskaya,
        UA3Y, oblast #118). QSL via RV3YR, direct preferred.

        once again John,W5JON, will be operating as V47JA from Calypso Bay on
        St. Kitts (IOTA NA-104, Loc FK87pg) between Jul 12 and Aug 2. Activity
        will be in SSB on 80m-6m (incl. 60m) and also during the RSGB IOTA SSB
        Contest and the CQWW VHF Contest (Jul 21/22). His equipment includes:
        Kenwood TS-590S and a SB200 amp, a 80m-10m multiband dipole and a
        S9 vertical. His XYL Cathy,W5HAM, will occasionally operate as V47HAM.
        All QSLs should be sent via his homecall W5JON, also via LoTW.

        The Hamilton Amateur Radio Club (VE3DC) and the 1812 Special Committee
        are pleased to announce that the special callsign XM31812 will be QRV
        from Jul 13-15 to commemorate the Bicentennial of the War of 1812.
        QSL via VE3ATX. See also: http://www.wix.com/xm31812/xm31812
        A group of HAMs is going to visit Prince Edward Island (NA-029) from
        Jul 12-16. They will join the upcoming IARU HF World Championship as
        the Canadian HQ station VY2RAC. QSL via: Radio Amateurs of Canada,
        720 Belfast Road, Suite 217, Ottawa, Ontario, K1G 0Z5, Canada.

        Bob,W5UQ, and Bill,W5SJ, will be active as VP2MUQ and VP2MSJ from
        Gingerbread Hill during their annual July DXpedition from Jul 17-24.
        They will be QRV in holiday style focussing on CW, 30/17/12m and RTTY.
        QSLs via W5JAY.

        A team of Dit,DF7KF, Angelo,DM1AC, and Joe,DL9MS, will show up as
        DF7KF/VP9 (or with a special call) on 144 MHz via EME working from
        Bermuda (Loc FM72oh) starting on Jul 13. QSL via DL9MS, only direct.

        Bernd,DH1SBB, Claus,DO9BC, Guenther,DG7SF, and Mike,MD0VMD, will be QRV
        as LG5LG and SJ9WL (alternating each day) from Morokulien on the border
        between Norway and 
    Sweden (Loc JO69cw). Activities will take place in
        SSB and digital modes on 160m-6m (mainly 40m/20m) from Jul 13-17.
        QSLs via LA4EKA (please no eQSL).

    HAM RADIO IN TURKMENISTAN: N8OO (ex-EZ5AA) states that all amateur radio
        activities from Turkmenistan is illegal for about ten years.

        Die "Brave Radio Friends" sponsor the HEAD QUARTERS AWARD 2012.
        Applicants must work a minimum of 10 different HQ stations during the
        IARU HF World Championship. Each HQ stations counts only once on any
        band or mode. The award is for free and available only as a PDF.
        Send your applications to de3ear@darc.de by Aug 31, 2012. Please
        send your attachments only in one of the following formats: pdf, txt,
        doc, xls, jpg

    JAPAN DX MEETING 2012: The Japan DX Meeting 2012 will be held in Tokyo on
        Aug 25. See also: http://jdxm.web.fc2.com/e.html

    P5, NORTH KOREA: Rick,K6VVA, has been working for quite some time on a
        "P5 CW Only & IOTA AS-197 Project". Stay tuned! http://www.k6vva.com/p5

    CQ WPX award and LoTW: The WPX award is the first non ARRL award which can
        be applied for via LoTW. See also: http://www.arrl.org/news  and

    ARCTIC TOUR: The Arctic tour aanounced in DXNL 1786 will start on July 10.
        Callsigns used 
    are RW0BG/p (Krasnoyarsk region) und RW0BG/9 (outside of
        Krasnoyarsk region). See also: http://n69p.ru/english  and

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

    Jul 13    FISTS Sprint Contest
    Jul 14/15  IARU HF World Championship

    IOTA                compiled by Klaus, DL7UXG  (e-mail: iota@dxhf.darc.de)
    Island activities:
    AS-061, R0K, Ratmanova Islands & AS-092, R0K, Bering Sea Coast South group:
        Members of the Russian Robinson Club want to activate the rare islands
        Ostrov Ratmanova (AS-061, Big Diomede Island, RRA RR-11-04, RDA CK-08)
        and Ostrov Alyumka (AS-092, RRA RR-12-01, RDA CK-05) signing RI0K from
        July 15 until Aug 28. They plan to operate in SSB and CW on all bands.
        Ask the operator for the QSL route.

    EU-004, EA6, Balearic Islands: Flavio,EA6/IW2NEF, will spend his holidays
        on Mallorca (DIE E-021, MIA MB-004, WLOTA 1902, Loc JM19) again and
        will work holiday style on HF/6m/2m from Jul 16-27. QSL via homecall.

    EU-015, SV9, Crete Island: Claude,SV9/HB9CRX, will work with QRP (5 watts,
        CW only) on 30m-6m from Kissamos Island from Jul 9-21. QSL via HB9CRX.

    EU-029, OZ, Sjaelland Archipelago: Alain,F5LMJ, will be QRV as 5P5J from
        Lolland Island (DIA SJ-015, WLOTA 2773) on Jul 14-28. QSL via F5LMJ.

    EU-066, R1O, Solovetskiye Islands: Victor,UA1OEJ/p, plans to become active
        in SSB/CW on the HF bands from Solovetsky lighthouse (RLE-042, RFF-175)
        from Jul 12-20. QSL via homecall.

    EU-112, GM/MM, Shiant Islands: The activation of the Shiant Islands by GB5SI
        was postponed until 2013.

    EU-114, GU/MU: Guernsey group: Peter,OT9Z/ON8ZZ, Dominiek,ON3JA, and
        Frederik,ON3NT, will be QRV as MU/OT9Z from Guernsey (WLOTA 0013)
        from Jul 16-20. They plan to visit these islands:
          Jul 17:  Herm Island (St. Martins Point Light, GUE-007)
          Jul 18:  Sark Island (Point Robert Light, GUE-003, WLOTA 0944)
          Jul 19:  Alderney    (Alderney Light, GUE-004, WLOTA 0198)
        QSL via OT9Z (bureau) or ON3NT (direct).
        See also: http://dxpeditionchannelislands.weebly.com

    SA-037, YV5, Blanquilla group: The DX Group Caracas members plan to activate
        La Blanquilla Island (DIV-039, WLOTA 0894, ARLHS VEN-023) as YW5B from
        Jul 11-16. They will be QRV in CW, SSB, FM and digital modes on 160-2m.
        QSL via DM4TI. See also: http://www.gdxc.org

    Lighthouse activities
    9Y4HQ    LH 0563  Jul 14-15
    TO5U      LH 1041  Jul 11-18

    WFF activities
    DLFF: Daniel,DM3DA/p, will be QRV only in CW on 30m from the nature park
        "Holstein Switzerland" (DLFF-072) on July 14/15. QSL via DM3DA.

    GFF: Andrew,M6ADB/p, will be QRV ftom Wren's Nest (GFF-210, WAB SO99) or
        from Sutton Park (GFF-211/WAB SP09) on July 11, starting from 0700 UTC.
        On July 12, he will be active from Aston Rowant (GFF-175, WAB SU79).
        Depending on his time he may show up also from GFF-058. Listen for him
        only in SSB on 40m and 20m, if conditions permit also on 17m-10m.
        QSL via homecall.

    HAFF: A few members of the "Regional Radio Sport Club Puspokladany" plan to
        work with up to 4 stations on the HF bands in CW, SSB and digital modes
        from the rare nature reserve "Hevesi Fuves Pusztak" (HAFF-020) signing
        HG0WFF from Jul 13-16. QSL via HA0HW (bureau/direct), WFF LogSearch.

    LYFF: Yurek,LY/SP5VYI, plans to work from following parks until Jul 22:
        SP5VYI zu funken: LYFF-003, LYFF-010, LYFF-017, LYFF-028, LYFF-039.
        QSL via SP5VYI (bureau/direct).

    PAFF: Frans,PC2F, wants to activate the special callsign PC25HR on July 14.
        He plans to build up his station near the steam-pumping station
        "Hertog Reijnout" (PAFF-044) on Jul 14. His preferred frequencies are:
        SSB: 3744, 7144, 14144, 21 244, 18 144, 24944 and 28 444 kHz
        QSL via PC2F. More details can be found at http://www.qrz.com/db/PC25HR

    DATE          CALL          DXNL

    26Jun-09Jul    2E1EUB        1785
        -09Jul    2M1EUB        1786
        -31Jul    3G90AA        1787
    14Jul-28Jul    5P5J          1788 *
        -2014    5Z4EE          1742/1753/1772
    2012          6D0LM          1774
        -31Dec    7T50I..        1788 *
        -31Oct    8J0WAZA        1780
        -31Mar    8J1MBR        1788 *
        -31Dec    8J1MST        1779
        -31Mar    8J1SPY        1788 *
        -30Sep    8J2NDP..      1751
        -15Jul    8J3XVI        1779
        -31Dec    8J6O          1773
        -31Dec    8J6OKAJO      1788 *
        -30Sep    8J7EQ          1773
        -12Aug    8J9HC          1788 *
        -31Oct    8N0CLEAN..    1788 *
    14Jul/15Jul    8N1HQ..        1788 *
        -31Dec    8N1TDU        1780
    15May-31Jul    8N6JAPAN      1783
        -2012    9J2RI          1739/1742
        -28Jul    8N1TW          1773
    08Jul-21Jul    9A/HA4BF/p    1787
    14Jul/15Jul    9A20HQ        1788 *
        -Oct/14  9V1RM          1751
    14Jul-15Jul    9Y4HQ          1788 *

        -Sep/13  A52SV          1752
    18Jun-13Jul    AC0QG/5        1784
    13Jul-15Jul    AP2ARS        1788 *
        -Dec/13  C91IW          1787
    Unknown        CG3B          1786
    15Jun-15Jul    CG7CWPC        1784
    05Jul-15Jul    CK6S          1787
        -31Dec    CN2YZ          1771
    Unknown        CR6BWU        1784
    Jul            CR6W..        1786
        -Dec      CY0/VE1AWW    1784
        -May/13?  D2SG          1748/1780
    Unknown        D3AA          1781
    14Jul/15Jul    DA0HQ          1788 *
        -31Dec    DA0LSW        1785
    13Jul-        DF7KF/VP9      1788 *
    2012?          DL0SLITISA    1764
    Jul            DL0SOP        1788 *
        -Jan/13  DL125HHZ      1778
    01Jan-31Dec    DL1630Y        1760
        -31Dec    DL250COAL      1779
    10Jul-20Jul    DL4AO/p        1787
    01Jan-31Dec    DM100MGY      1763
    14Jul-15Jul    DM3DA/p        1788 *
    01Jan-31Dec    DM50KSJ        1763
        -31Dec    DM800ANH      1767
        -Feb/13  DP0GVN        1756
        -Jan/13  DQ0STRATEX    1770
        -31Dec    DQ125HSB      1763/1784

    Unknown        E40VB          1780
    02Jul-25Aug    E51AND        1786
    Unknown        E51MGA        1786
    07Jul-21Jul    E51YNB..      1787
        -31Dec    E720RS        1770
    16Jul-27Jul    EA6/IW2NEF    1788 *
    08Jul-19Jul    EI/WJ2O/m      1787
    01Jan-31Dec    EI80IRTS      1763/1788 *
        -31Jul    EI8GQB..      1788 *
        -26Aug    EM80L..        1778
    08Jul-19Jul    ES0FTZ        1787
    Unknown        EV1150P        1779
    Jul            EV910B        1787
        -Mar/13  FH8NX          1747
    10Jul-17Jul    FP/KV1J        1787
        -Jul      FR8NE          1710
    19May-27Jul    G4WAB..        1780
        -15Jul    GB10SOTA      1787
        -31Dec    GB50WVR        1767
    2012          GB80PW        1762
    08Jul-19Jul    GI/WJ2O/m      1787
    14Jul/15Jul    GO2HQ          1788 *

        -17Jul    H44UD          1788 *
        -31Dec    HA50ZH        1780
    14Jul-22Jul    HD081QRC      1788 *
    13Jul-16Jul    HG0WFF        1788 *
        -Sep/13  HI3/KL7JR      1745
    Unknown        HP1/IZ6BRN    1787
    Resident      HS0ZKG        1778
        -Dec      ID9DXC..      1755
    01Jan-31Dec    II6LN          1763
    23Jun-15Jul    IS0/IZ0KRC    1786
        -2011/2?  J28JV          1680
        -Jul      J28RO          1683
        -Jul/13  J28UC          1734
    Unknown        JT5NM          1781
    29Mar-Mar/13  JX9JKA        1769/1773
    Unknown        JY9ET          1779
        -2013    KG4AJ          1756
    13Jul-17Jul    LG5LG..        1788 *
    14Jul/15Jul    LX75HQ        1788 *
        -31Dec    LX75RL        1788 *
    03Jul-22Jul    LY/SP5VYI      1788 *
    Jul            LY54SOP        1786
    13Jul-17Jul    LG5LG..        1788 *
        -22Jul    LZ12FDAY      1770
        -31Dec    LZ1818MOG..    1770

    11Jul-12Jul    M6ADB/p        1788 *
    12Jul-16Jul    MC0SHL        1788 *
    16Jul-20Jul    MU/OT9Z        1788 *
    08Jul-13Jul    N1FJ/p        1787
        -15Aug    NR4CB          1780
    May  -Oct      OD5/IV3XNF    1777
    Unknown        OD5NJ          1784
    Jul  +Sep      OE2XXM..      1786
        -31Dec    OH150VR        1772
        -31Dec    ON500MERCATOR  1783
    04Apr-31Dec    ON100TT        1775
    01Jan-31Dec    ON65BR        1763
    07Jul-21Jul    OZ/DL2JRM      1787
    07Jul-21Jul    OZ/DO2XX      1787
    07Jul-21Jul    OZ/DO6XX      1787
    10Jul-19Jul    OZ/HB9EYW      1787
    07Jul-20Jul    OZ0FR/p        1787
    01Jul-31Dec    P3EU          1786
        -29Jul    PC100NOM      1787
    11Jul          PC25HR        1788 *
    Jul            PW7FD..        1787

        -31Aug    R1150V        1783
        -30Aug    R11GGGR..      1784
        -31Jul    R200BS        1783
    12Jun-12Sep    R200V          1783
    15Jul-28Aug    RI0K          1788 *
        -2013    RI1ANF        1765
        -Sep      RI1FJA        1741
        -Sep      RI1FJM        1741
        -31Dec    S555E..        1772
    01Jul-31Aug    SN0HAL        1786
        -Jul      SV1EEX/8      1787
    09Jul-21Jul    SV9/HB9CRX    1788 *
        -31Jul    SX135HRC      1784
    01Jul-31Jul    SX9S          1786
    sporadical    T30BN          1785
    Resident      T32BN          1785
        -Jul      T6JP          1768/1770
        -31Dec    TC50TRAC..    1770
    30Jun-30Sep    TC6BLH..      1786
    Unknown        TK/PA3ALK      1782
    07Jul-21Jul    TK12IOTA      1787
        -31Dec    TM210VH        1770
        -22Jul    TM3FFI        1779
    12Jul-15Jul    TM70TE        1788 *
        -31Dec    TM70TRS        1763
        -Jul      TN9SN          1755
    11Jul-18Jul    TO5U          1788 *
        -06Aug    TT8PK          1785
    26Jun-12Aug    TY2BP          1786

    12Jul-20Jul    UA1OEJ/p      1788 *
        -31Aug    UE80C          1784
    14Jul-22Jul    UE95K          1788 *
    12Jul-02Aug    V47JA..        1788 *
        -Nov/14  V73NS          1604/1668/1752
    15Jun-15Jul    VC2L          1784
    01Jun-31Jul    VK100WIQ      1783
    02Jun-06Aug    VP2MDD        1782/1786
    17Jul-24Jul    VP2MUQ..      1788 *
        -Jul      VQ9JC          1755
    15Jun-15Jul    VX3ROYL        1784
    25Jun-25Jul    VX3X          1785
        -May/14  XE1/DM3DL      1730
    13Jul-15Jul    XM31812        1788 *
    14Jul/15Jul    XR3HQ          1788 *
    11Jul-16Jul    YW5B          1788 *
        -Jul      XV3C          1785
        -2014    ZY2014WC      1774

    * = new or updated
    .. = and other calls

    QSL information
    3G90AA      via CE3AA (B)
    4S7BRG      via LZ3HI (B)
    5B/DJ7TO    via DJ7TO (B)
    5C13BL      via 6K5YPD (B)
    5C13IG      via 6K5YPD (B)
    5C13MC          (B)
    5C13NK      via 6K5YPD (B)
    5C13YAN          (B)
    5C13YZ      via 6K5YPD (B)
    5P5J        via F5LMJ (B)
    5T0JL        via ON8RA (B)
    7T50I        via 7X2ARA (B)
    7U50I        via 7X2ARA (B)
    7V50I        via 7X2ARA (B)
    7W50I        via 7X2ARA (B)
    7Y50I        via 7X2ARA (B)
    8J1MBR          (B)
    8J1SPY          (B)
    8J6OKAJO        (B)
    8J7FUKKO/7      (B)
    8J9HC            (B)
    8N5CLEAN        (B)
    8N1HQ            sends automatically
    8N3HQ            sends automatically
    8N4HQ            sends automatically
    8N5CLEAN        (B)
    8N8HQ            sends automatically
    9A20HQ          sends automatically
    9Y4HQ        via DF2RG (B)
    AM8EPF      via EA8URV (B)
    AP2ARS          (d)
    C91IW        via ZS1WY
    CG3B        via VE3FOI (B)
    CK6S        via VE6AO (B)
    CO6LE        via EA5GL (d)
    CR6RS        via CT1BAT (EURAO bureau)
    DA0HQ            (B)
    DA0TTO      via DL6MKA (B)
    DF7KF/VP9    via DL9MS (d)
    DL/JA5AQC    via JA5AQC (B)
    DL0SOP          sends automatically
    DM3DA/p      via DM3DA (B)
    EA6/IW2NEF  via IW2NEF (B)
    E7CW        via E73ESP (B)
    EA8/RW3DO    via RW3DO
    EE1GEM      via EB1GEM (B)
    EE3URR      via EA3URR (B)
    EG6RN        via EA6URL (B)
    EG7FCJ      via EA7FC (B)
    EH8TID      via EA8NQ (B)
    EI12VOR      via EI4GRC
    EI1A        via ON4EI (B)
    EI80IRTS    via EI4GXB, LoTW
    EI8GQB      via ON4EI (B)
    ES2012ABCS  via ES2TT (B)
    EV68P        via EW2AB (B)
    FG4NN        via NI5DX (B)
    GB5DX            (B), (L), eQSL
    GB5NTT      via M0XIG
    JX9JKA      via LA9JKA (d)
    KH8PPG      via N7RO (B)
    KL1A        via RW3AH (d, to OE address)
    LG5LG        via LA4EKA
    LX75HQ      via LX2A (B)
    LX75RL      via LX2A (B)
    LY/SP5VYI    via SP5VYI (B)
    LY2012TAFISA via LY2QT
    LY54SOP      via LY5W (B)
    LZ9M        via LZ3GM (B)
    M6ADB/p      via M6ADB (B)
    MC0SHL      via M0URX (B), OQRS
    MJ/DL9MWG    via DL9MWG (B)
    MN5ALJ      via GI7THH (B)
    MU/OT9Z      via OT9Z (B), ON3NT (d)
    NH0J        via JJ2VLY (B)
    P3EU        via 5B4AHO (B)
    OH0/DJ5HG    via DJ5HG (B)
    OZ/DB9HL    via DB9HL
    OZ/DL2JRM    via DL2JRM (B)
    OZ/DO6EBB/p  via DO6EBB (d), eQSL
    PA/DL1DN/p  via DL1DN (B)
    PC100NOM    via PA0FAW (B)
    PC25HR      via PC2F (B)
    PJ2/DF8ZH    via DF8ZH (B)
    PQ7FD        via PS7AB (B)
    SC2012ARDF  via SM6AGR
    SI9AM        via SM3CVM (B)
    SJ9WL        via LA4EKA
    SN7L        via SP7PGK (B)
    SN9F        via SP9ZHR (B)
    SV1CDY/8    via SV1CDY (B), eQSL
    SV9/HB9CRX  via HB9CRX (B)
    SX1K        via SV1MQJ (B)
    SX1Q        via SV1JGW (B)
    T88WJ        via JS3LSQ (B)
    TC6BLH      via TA1HZ (B)
    TM0HQ            (B)
    TM0TSR      via F4FJH (B)
    TM17H        via F8FZC (B)
    TM2K        via F1UVN
    TM70TE      via F6KHX, F5OGL (B)
    TO5U        via K9FY (d)
    UA1OEJ/p    via UA1OEJ (B)
    UE95K        via RV3YR (d)
    V47HAM      via W5JON, LoTW
    V47JA        via W5JON, LoTW
    VO1/W8LRO    via W8LRO (L)
    VO2/W8LRO    via W8LRO (L)
    VP2MSJ      via W5JAY (B)
    VP2MUQ      via W5JAY (B)
    VP5/OZ1LQO  via OZ1LQO
    VP9I        via DL9MS (d)
    VX3ROYL      via VE3NOO (B)
    XM31812      via VE3ATX
    XR3HQ            (B)
    YW5B        via DM4TI (B)
    Z38VB        via UA4WHX (B), (L)
    ZA/UA4WHX    via UA4WHX (B), (L)

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

    NOT QSL Manager:
        Tim,KQ8M, is NOT the QSL manager of VE2CSI. Tim was responsible
        a QSL manager ONLY for the CQ WWDX CW Contest 1992 (Nov 28/29, 1992).
        QSL for VE2CSI via M0URX (see QRZ.com).

    QSLs arrived direct: 3DA0FC (ON4CIK), AA1LC/KH2, TO3X (ON4CIT)

    QSLs arrived bureau: CE2EYN, CE3PG, HO1X (DJ2ST), JA1TLE, JE1FQV, JF1GYX,
                        JF1KFR, OM55TV (via OM3MB), R7DX, RG50D (UA3FA),
                        VK4KW, XU7KOH

    QSLs arrived LoTW:  PJ7PT

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