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OPDX 522 July 30, 2001

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The Ohio/Penn Dx 9acketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 522
BID: $OPDX.522
July 30, 2001
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF-80 BBS Cleveland, Ohio
Online at 440-237-8208 28.8k-1200 Baud 8/N/1

Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, NC1L, KF2TI, W2EJG, AJ3M, N3SL, NG3K, W3UR & The Daily DX, K4EP, KO4JY, N4AA & QRZ DX, AI5P, NH6YK, K8YSE, 5B4MF, BA4TB, DJ5JH, DL1EK & DX News Letter, DL2VFR, DL2RUM, EA4ST, F5NQL, F6AJA & Les Nouvelles DX, IK7JWX, JI3DST, LZ1NG, MM0BQI, ON4ALW/PA6TEX, OZ4PAX, PS7ZZ, RZ1OA, SP8UFO, UA6CW, VK2UW and YB5QZ for the following DX information.

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DXCC COUNTRY/ENTITY REPORT: According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Saturday, 21/July, through Friday, 27/July there were 214 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3D2, 3V, 3W, 3X, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4W, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7X, 8P, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9L, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9V, 9X, 9Y, A3, A4, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY, C3, C6, C9, CE, CE0A, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, D6, DL, DU, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, EP, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FG, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FP, FR, FW, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HP, HR, HS, HZ, I, IS, J3, J8, JA, JD/m, JD/o, JT, JW, JY, K, KG4, KH0, KH2, KH6, KH8, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OH0, OJ0, OK, OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P2, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ7, PY, PY0F, PZ, R1FJ, S2, S5, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV5, SV9, T32, T7, T8, T9, TA, TF, TG, TI, TK, TL, TN, TR, TT, TU, TZ, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V4, V5, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9N, VP2V, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XT, XU, XW, YB, YI, YK, YL, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZD7, ZK1/s, ZL, ZP, ZS

* PLEASE NOTE: The report "could" contain "Pirate/SLIM" operations. As always, you never know - "Work First Worry Later" (WFWL). OPDX InterNet Subscribers will receive an additional bulletin (due to its size) with a complete breakdown and "DXCC/Entities Chart of Activity".

Bill Moore, NC1L, DXCC Manager, reports: "T5AR (Somalia) has been approved for DXCC credit. It was on the bad list for lack of documentation. The documentation has been reviewed and it is OK. People can now receive DXCC credit. Anyone who has submitted it and had it rejected can contact us and we'll be able to update their record without having to submit the card again. If not, it can be sent in the next submission."

Bill Moore, NC1L, DXCC Manager, also reports: "The operations shown below have been approved for DXCC credit. They were on the bad list for lack of documentation. The documentation has been reviewed and they are now OK. People can now receive DXCC credit. Anyone who has submitted these and had it rejected can contact us and we'll be able to update their record without having to submit the card again. If not, it can be sent in the next submission." Stations are: 3XY1B0, 3XY7A and 3XY03A.

Bill Moore, NC1L, DXCC Manager, informed Steve, N3SL, that they have reviewed the 3B6RF doc's and the operation is approved for DXCC credit.

Chris, VK2UW, would like to offer all DX Stations the opportunity to use the Pacific DX Net on 14240 khz from 1100z until 1300z, to build up their contacts and also help others make contact with the DX.

Look for F1HAR, F5HRY, F5MZN, F5OIH, F6HLC, FY5FU, and FY5FY to be active as FY5KE for the next CQWW SSB as a Multi/Single entry.

IOTA NEWS................ (IOTA Contest July 28-29th)
AS-120. Team members of the Nicosia Contest Group and friends (Loris/ 5B4FN, George/5B4KH, Marios/5B4WN, Paris/5B4XF and George/ 5B4AGC), will activate the Cyprus Coastal Islands during the IOTA contest. Operation will take place from Agios Georgios (aka Kakoskaliou) island off the north-western tip of Cyprus. The team hopes to have a running and a multiplier station active at the same time using mostly vertical antennas and a 400W linear on the running station. QSL Manager for this expedition will be George, 5B4KH. Callsign will be announced later on, but will most probably begin with the C4 prefix.

AS-135. Members of JSDXC (Jin/BA4TA, Michael/BD5RV and Win/BD4RS) will be signing BI4U from Qingshan Island during the IOTA contest. QSL via BA4RD.

EU-038. The UBA/NOK members will travel to Texel Island to take part in this year's IOTA Contest with the call PA6TEX. They will also activate Texel Island Lighthouse NET 024 (ARLHS) during their stay. Look for them before and during the contest. QSLs go via ON4ALW or UBA Buro, please DO NOT send QSLs via the Dutch QSL bureau.

EU-091. Look for IK7FPX/P as a Multi-Op operation during the IOTA Contest from Grande Island (I.I.A. LE-002). QSL via H.C., bureau or direct (qrz.com). There will be other operators signing homecall/P, and they will be active on 50 Mhz (loc. JN80WG) and on the WARC bands.

EU-092. Jim Martin, MM0BQI, will be active from the Island of Tanera Mor in the Summer Isles from July 27th through August 3rd. The various reference numbers are: Islands of Scotland Award SC10, WAB NB90 and QRA IO78. Activity will be on all bands 80-6m SSB, CW, RTTY and PSK31 and a mixed mode entry in the IOTA contest. Jim states, "Hopefully this year conditions will be better and I am looking forward to working lots of stations who require the Summer Isles for IOTA or IOSA. I will be using special callsign GB5SI (Summer Isles)." QSL is 100% via RSGB or direct: Jim Martin, 3 Lismore Avenue, Edinburgh, EH8 7DW, SCOTLAND - UK. Full details on the web page:


EU-095. Dominique, F5RYC, will be active as F5RYC/P from Pomegues Island for the IOTA contest. QSL via HC, preferably via the bureau.

EU-113. The team of IK6CAC/Carlo (CW op.), IK0QDB/Luca, IZ7ATN/Simon and IZ0CKJ/Alessio (QSL manager) will be active from Kithira Island in order to participate in the IOTA Contest as J48K. QSL Manager's address is: Alessio Roma - via Sterparo, 43 - 03023 CECCANO (FR) - ITALY.

EU-129. The contest team DL0KWH had to change plans. They will now be active from Usedom Island in the IOTA Contest. They will use a 3 elemment Yagi for 10/15/20 meters and a TITANEX V8030 for 80/40 meters. Activity/entry will be for 24 hours - Multi Op CW/SSB. They will be active outside of contest under individual callsigns DL2RTK, DL2SWW, DL2VFR, DH7NO and DH1LA. After the contest on Monday, July 30th, they will visit the following rare islands Greifswalder Oie (EU-057 - GIA Nr. O-12) and Ruden (EU-057 - GIA Nr. O-11). On Greifswalder Oie, they will activate a lighthouse, and it counts for the WLH LH-0114 and for the German Lighthouse Award as well ( Nr. 23 ).

EU-150. An international group of hams will take part at the IOTA Contest from Insua Island. The callsign will be CQ2I and the following operators will be on the following modes:
QSL CARDS via EA4URJ (via Bureau or direct). For more info, check the web site:


EU-153. Vlad/RZ1OA, Dima/UA1OLM, Oleg/RU1OG are be active as RZ1OA/A, UA1OLM/A and RU1OG/A from Lyasomin Island now through August 2nd. This DXpedition is dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the first DXpedition to Lyasomin Island. QSL via RZ1OA: (Vlad Sadakov, P.O. Box 48, Arkhangelsk, 163040, Russia.

EU-171. Ove, OZ4PAX, will be active from Vendsyssel Island. The city name is Hirtshals. QSL is ok via the bureau or direct as seen on QRZ.COM.

EU-181. Nick, LZ1NG, reports he will try to be active from Sveta Anastasya Island between August 11-18th. Activity will be on 80-6 meters SSB/CW. QSL card will be answered by the same way that they are received. QSL to LZ1NG: Nikolay Babarev, P.O.Box 356, Plovdiv - 4000, BULGARIA.

EU-185. The team of UA6A and RA3AUM/6 plans to take part in IOTA contest from Dzendzik Island (RR2404). After the contest, they will be operating from islands: Krupenina (EU-185,RR2403), Golen'kij (EU-185, RR-possible new-one), Lisij (no IOTA, RR-possible new-one). They will be on each island for one day. Callsign RI6AAA will be used during the contest. After the contest they MAY sign homecall/p. QSL for RI6AAA via UA6CW direct or bureau.

NA-112. Philip/K4EP and Craig/KF4NLM, will activate Bogue Banks for the IOTA contest. They will operate from Jeff's, KF4WHY, QTH using the callsign W4LVS/P.

NA-076. During the IOTA Contest, KF9YL will be active (Single Op/24hr/ SSB/100w/DXpedition) from Cedar Key. QSL via bureau or direct to: Fred Levinson, PO Box 291891, Davie, FL, 33329-1891 USA.

OC-245. John, YB5NOF, will be active from Rupat Island to participate in the IOTA Contest, SSB only. QSL via John E.Daluas, P.O.Box 194/CPA, CIPUTAT, 15401, INDONESIA.

Tom, DL2RUM, informs OPDX to look for Rudi, KH4/DL7VFR, and Tom, KH4/DL2RUM, to be active from Midway from September 20-29th. Activity will be on 160-6 meters, CW,SSB and RTTY. QSL via their homecall. For further info, please see:


Ted, NH6YK, informs OPDX that he will sign NH4/NH6YK from Midway. He will be there for a short 3 day visit - he will be on the radio as time permits between 0700z August 2nd and 0400z August 5th. He will be working one of those days and "doing some pre-work-work on the other". As this is a short trip, SSB only, HF and 6m (10W, 5el yagi). QSL direct or Bureau to NH6YK. Ted states the following: "I hope to catch South Dakota :-) more of Africa, Europe, and Antarctica :-) and everyone else if the propagation is willing. Please be patient, Please listen carefully, please avoid calling when I'm asking for someone else. I can go 2-3+ per minute if you cooperate, though I enjoy talking to former island residents. BTW: I apologize for the delay in getting past cards out. Most QSOs are now on a computer logbook, and labels are underway. I hope to get my backlog done in the next month or so."

Look for W4P to be active from Ponce Inlet Lighthouse next weekend, August 4-5th. QSL route will be as announced by operators. Ponce Inlet is located in the vicinity of Daytona Beach, FL.

Look for ZX7ZZ to be active on 80-10 meters, CW/SSB/PSK31/RTTY, from the Galinhos Lighthouse (DFB RN 09) in Galinhos City, RN, Brasil. The team of operators will include PS7JS, PS7KC, PS7PIO, PS7ZZ and possibly others. QSL via the bureau or PS7ZZ: Francisco de Freitas, Av. Sao Miguel dos Caribes 31, Conj. Jiqui, 59086-500, Natal/RN/Brasil. For a picture, check the web page:


Kevin, KO4JY, informs OPDX that he will be active on Saba from August 13-18th on both CW and SSB 20, 15 and 10 meters. He may be on 40 meters if he has room for a dipole. He has applied for a local call but doesn't have much confidence he will get it in time. If not, he will sign PJ/KO4JY. His trip is mainly a dive trip, but he will try to get an hour or two in each day in the morning and evening. Kevin will be operating a FT-100D with either a R5, R8 or wire. He is undecided which antenna to take. When on CW, he will spend most of his time in the Extra band. Although he will give everyone a chance at least one day. For SSB, he will find a frequencies somewhere where everyone can work him.

Masa Miura, AJ3M, states that he operated as 4L/AJ3M from Tbilisi, Georgia, and made about 750 QSOs. QSL via AJ3M.

BV9AYA QSL INFO. Please QSL to JH3JWW via the Bureau for QSOs only between July 20-22nd.

Wolff, DJ5JH, informs OPDX that in OPDX.521 we stated QSL for J43J should go via his CBA. That's not necessary. He tells OPDX his J43J QSLs, as well as his regular callsign in Greece SV3/DJ5JH, can go via the bureau to DJ5JH (he states,"No need to use the CBA and the expensive mail). Wolff says. "QSL via bureau is one of the strict principles of the SDXG -South German DX Group

(see http://www.sdxg.net ).

OX/SP8UFO QSLs for this June/July 2001 short operation from OX land will be printed in few days. QSL card shipping will start in August. Please do not send direct QSLs via Marek/SP8UFO's home callsign. The address is incorrect in any callbook. The best and fastest way for a QSL is direct via SP8TK: Jerzy Miskiewicz, ul.Walecznych 17, 20-135 LUBLIN - POLAND.

VP9/AI5P QSLS. All QSLs sent direct are now in the mail. No bureau cards yet, but they will be answered and returned via bureau in a timely manner. Rick, AI5P, states, "Thanks for the many contacts especially on the WARC bands."

Paul, F2YT, will be going to Corsica (EU-014, DIFM TK001) and Sanguinaire Islands (EU-104) between August 18th and September 2nd. He expects to use the special callsign TK8T. Suggested frequencies are: 7099 and 14256 SSB, and the IOTA frequencies on CW both 40 and 20 meters +/- QRM. QSL via F2YT direct or REF bureau.

IOTA Contest Quickie List

IOTA - Island - Contest Callsign - Misc & QSL
----- -------- ------------------ -------------
NA-001 Eleuthera C6DX - QSL via N8QET
NA-015 Cuba CO8LY - QSL via EA7ADH
NA-015 Cuba CO0SC -Ops CO8DD, CO8TW, CO8WE, CM8ESE, CM8EFP and CM8VDC;
       QSL via IN3ZNR: Fabrizio Vedovelli, Via Gramsci 27, 38 100 Trento -
       TN, Italy.
NA-031 Aquidneck AA1AC/1 - Op AA1AC; QSL via AA1AC.
NA-032 Miquelon FP/K9WM - Ops NN9K, KB9LIE and K9OT; QSL via NN9K; QRV
       July 26-Aug 1st as FP/homecall (QSL via homecall).
NA-038 Grindstone XM2CWI - Ops VE2YAK, VE2AYU, VE2SEI, VE2TBH, VO1NO,
       VE2DX and VE2WHO; QSL via VE2CWI.
NA-046 Martha's Vineyard K1VSJ - Op K1VSJ; QSL via K1VSJ.
NA-066 San Clemente K6FQ - QSL via Bureau.
NA-067 Ocracoke WB8YJF - Op WB8YJF; QRV July 22-29th; QSL OK via Bureau
       or direct.
NA-067 Roanoke W1F - Ops KO4PY and N4YDU; QSL via KO4PY, Bureau or direct.
NA-076 Cedar Key KF9YL - Op KF9YL; QSL via KF9YL, OK via Bureau or direct.
NA-083 Chincoteague AA3DD - Op AA3DD; 40,20,15,10 meters CW; QSL via AA3DD.
NA-090 Cozumel 4A3ZOI - Op XE1ZOI; mainly CW; July 27-29th; QSL XE1ZOL CBA
NA-090 Cozumel 6H3KK - Op XE1KK; mainly SSB; July 27-29th; QSL XE1KK CBA
NA-099 ViequesW P4U - QSL via Bureau.
NA-104 Nevis V47UY - Op KJ4UY; QSL via KJ4UY.
NA-112 Bogue Banks W4LVS/P - Ops K4EP and KF4NLM; QSL via W4LVS, Bureau
       or direct.
NA-127 Brier VE1JS - QSL via VE2JS direct.
NA-128 Orleans XL2BK - Op VA2BK; QSL via VA2BK.
NA-139 Assateague W4/VA3PL - Op VA3PL; QRV Jul 26-30th; activity may be
       from VA, Chincoteague Is (NA-083); QSL via VA3PL.
NA-141 Virginia Key W4SAA USA - Ops W4SAA, N4RP and AB4RL; QSL via W4SAA,
       Bureau or direct.
NA-143 Galveston KM5VI - ????
NA-148 Thacher W1DIG - Op W1DIG; QSL OK via Bureau or direct.
NA-148 Thacher WF1N - Op WF1N; QSL via WF1N, Bureau or direct.
AS-037 Koshiki JM6CIP/6 - Op JM6CIP; QSL via JM6CIP.
AS-037 Koshiki JN3FPV/6 - Op JN3FPV; QSL via JN3FPV.
AS-047 Daito JM1PXG/6 - Op JM1PXG; QSL via JM1PXG.
AS-049 Kuchino JI3DST/6 - Op JI3DST; QRV July 28-August 5th; QSL via JI3DST.
AS-066 Russkiy UA0NL/P - Op UA0NL; QRV July 25-30th; QSL via UA0NL.
AS-090 Tokchok HL1VAU/2 - Op HL1OYF; single op/12 hour; QSL via HL1OYF, OK
       via HL Bureau or direct: P.O. Box 54, Dong-Jak, Seoul, 156-600,
       S. Korea.
AS-099 Bozcaada YM0KA - Ops TA1E, TA2DS, HB9FBL and HB9SUL; QRV July 24-30th;
       HF + 6m; QSL via TA1KA.
AS-105 Yongyu DS0DX/2 - Op Korea DX Club; 80-10m SSB/CW; QSL via HL1XP,
       OK via Bureau or direct.
AS-117 Yashiro JA4PXE/4 - Op JA4PXE; 20-10m SSB; QSL via JA4PXE.
AS-120 Agios Georgios C4??? - Ops 5B4FN, 5B4KH, 5B4WN, 5B4XF and 5B4AGC;
       QSL via 5B4KH.
AS-133 Koh Poas XU7ABR - QSL via DL4KQ; 1 day op only; 40/20/10m.
EU-002 Aland OH0V - Ops DJ2QV, DK3DM, DK5DQ, OH6LI and OH6QU; QSL OH6LI, OK
       via Bureau or direct: Jukka Klemola.
EU-004 Mallorca EA6DD - Op EA6DD (formerly EA6AEQ); QSL via EA6DD, OK via
       Bureau or direct: P.O.Box 10180 Palma de Mallorca 07080, Balearic
EU-005 Britain G9Q - QSL via Bureau.
EU-005 Britain M6Q - Op G0HSS; QSL via Bureau.
EU-006 Inish Mor EJ4GK - Op EI4GK; QSL via EI4GK.
EU-008 Isle of Tiree GM2T - Ops the Cockenzie & Port Seton Amateur Radio
       Club; QSL via GM4UYZ.
EU-010 North Uist GM0HBF - QSL via Bureau
EU-013 Jersey GJ2A - QSL via GJ3DNC
EU-014 Corsica TK/F5MCC - Op F5MCC; QSL via F3GJ Bureau.
EU-015 Crete J49R - Op I2WIJ; 24H CW 100w DxPedition section; QRV July 23-
       August 6th; mainly SSB and WARC; QSL via I2WIJ, Bureau or direct.
EU-016 Korcula 9A/DL8WAZ - QSL DL8WAZ
EU-016 Korcula 9A8RR - OM8A Contest Team; July 26th- August 6th; QSL via
       OM7JG, QSL OK via OM Bureau or direct: Greksa Julius, Rubanisko
       111/58, 948 01 Lucenec, Solvakia.
EU-018 Faroe OY/DF2SS - Op DF2SS; QRV July 20-August 8th; HF bands + 6m
       SSB/CW/RTTY; QSL via DF2SS.
EU-020 Gotland SM1T - Ops SM1TDE and SM5DJZ; QSL via SM1TDE, Bureau or direct.
EU-023 Gozo 9H4JB Malta - QSL via Bureau
EU-026 Svalbard JW5E - Ops ON7PC and ON6QR; QSL via LA5NM.
EU-028 Pianosa IQ5P - Ops I5HLK, I5JHW, I5NSR, I5OYY, IK5FTQ and IK5ZTW;
       QSL via I5JHW.
EU-028 Gorgona IA5G - Ops I5ZUF, IK5PWB, IK5UIP and IK5WWA; QSL via I5ZUF;
       QRV July 26-31st, outside contest as IA5/homecall; HF + 6m CW/SSB;
       QSL via homecall.
EU-029 Sjaelland OZ8SW - Op OZ8SW; CW only; all HF bands; QSL via Bureau.
EU-029 Sjaelland OZ0Q - Ops OZ1ETA and OZ3J; All band SSB/CW; QSL via
       OZ7HAM, OK direct or via Bureau.
EU-030 Bornholm OZ/DJ7RJ - Op DJ7RJ; QRV July 22-August 10th; 80-6m SSB/CW;
       QSL via DJ7RJ.
EU-038 Texel PA/F5PAC - QSL via Bureau.
EU-038 Texel PA6TEX - Ops the UBA section "NOK"; QRV outside contest on
       all bands and  modes; QSL via ON4ALW, bureau or direct.
EU-042 Sylt DJ5DT/p - Op DJ5DT; CW only; QSL via DJ5DT, OK via Bureau
       or direct.
EU-042 Pellworm DL4FCH/p - Op DL4FCH; July 15th-August 3rd; 80-10m; mainly
       CW; QSL via Bureau.
EU-042 Hallig Hooge DL5CW/p - QSL via Bureau.
EU-045 Ventotene IB0/IK8VRH - QSL via Bureau.
EU-047 Langeoog DL1EFD/p - Op DL1EFD; QSL via DL1EFD.
EU-052 Corfu SV8CS - Op SV8CS; QSL Direct SV8CS.
EU-064 Noirmoutier F5TYY/p - Op F5TYY; QRV July 27-29th; QSL to F5TYY, OK
       via REF Bureau or direct.
EU-068 Lle de Sein F/G0MEU/p - Ops ON4AVA, ON9CGB, ON7PQ, ON6CX, ON5SY,
       ON4ON and ON4ASG; QRV July 25-30th; outside contest signing TM1ON;
       QSL via ON4ON.
EU-070 Lle du Levant F/IK1TTD/p - Op IK1TTD; QSL direct to IK1TTD.
EU-072 Skiathos SV8/DL8MCA - QSL via DL8MCA; part time operation.
EU-091 Grande ?????/p - Salento Dx Team; callsign to be decided by drawing
       lots; QSL via IK7JWX.
EU-092 Tanera Mor GB5SI - Op MM0BQI; QRV July 27-August 3rd; 80-6m
       SSB/CW/RTTY/PSK31; QSL via MM0BQI, OK via RSGB Bureau or direct.
EU-098 Poel DL3KUD/p - QSL via DL3KUD.
EU-110 Brijuni 9A0LH - Op 9A7K + others; July 27th-August 3rd as 9A10HRM;
       QSL via 9A7K: Kresimir Juratovic, P.O. Box 88, HR-48001 Koprivnica,
EU-110 Sv Nikola 9A1P - Ops LY1DS, LY2TA, 9A6XX and 9A5AEI
EU-113 Kithira J48K - Ops IZ7ATN, IZ0CKJ, IK6CAC and IK0QDB; QSL via IZ0CKJ;
       Alessio Roma - via Sterparo, 43 - 03023 Ceccano (FR) Italy.
EU-113 Kithira SV8/IZ7ATN/p - QSL via IZ0CKJ.
EU-114 Guernsey GU8D - QSL via G3LZQ.
EU-114 Sark GU/ON4CHO/p - Op ON4CHO; 40 and 20m CW; possibly 15 and 10m;
       QSL via ON4CHO.
EU-115 Achill EI8IM Ireland - QSL Bureau
EU-116 Isle of Man GD6IA - QSL via ???
EU-120 Vir 9A0A - Ops OK1FUA, OK1HSK, OK1KA, OK1QM, OK1TC and 9A9AA; QRV
       as 9A/homecall from July 23rd; QSL via OK1FLM
EU-121 Clear EJ3HB - Ops EI5GM, EI4IS and EI1CS; QSL via WA2YMX.
EU-122 Rathland GN0ADX/P - Ops GM3ZRT, MM0BIM, GM3YEH, GM3OZB and GM4OSS;
       QRV July 27-30th; 80-10m SSB/CW.
EU-123 Bute MM8Y/p - QSL via M0ARK.
EU-127 Helgoland DL5XL/p - Op DL5XL; QSL via Bureau or direct: Box 1253,
       D-30984 Gehrden, Germany.
EU-127 Helgoland DF6QC - Op DF6QC; QSL via DF6QC, OK via Bureau or direct:
       P.O. Box 733, D-27489 Helgoland, Germany
EU-128 Fehmarn DF4XX/p - Ops DF4XX and DL5XAT; QSL via DF4XX, OK via Bureau
       or direct.
EU-129 Usedom DM5JBN/p - Ops DM5JBN and DO1CSH/DN1CR; QRV July 26-31st;
       80-2m CW SSB PSK RTTY; QSL via DM5JBN.
EU-129 Usedom DL0KWH - Op DL2SWW, DL2RTK, DH7NO, DH1LA and DL2VFR; QRV
       outside contest with home callsigns; QSL via DL0KWH.
EU-132 Wolin SO0MX - QSL via DL2MX.
EU-132 Wolin SP6CZ/1 - Op SP6CZ; QRV July 22-29th; QSL via SP6CZ.
EU-132 Wolin SP6ECA/1 - Op SP6ECA; QRV July 22-29th; QSL via SP6ECA.
EU-132 Wolin SP8RX/1 - Op DJ0IF/SP8RX; QSL via SP8RX.
EU-133 Gogland UE1CIG - QSL via RZ1AWD.
EU-134 Izaro ED2IZA - Op EA2AIJ, possibly others; July 27-31st; QSL via
       EA2URY, OK via Bureau or direct: P.O. Box 323, 48080 Bilbao, Spain.
EU-136 Krk 9A/OE1EMS - QSL via DJ2MX
EU-136 Losinj 9A6AA - Op 9A6AA; mainly on 20m, few days before and after
       contest; QSL OK via Bureau
NA-144 Santa Cruz KC6VNA - QSL via K6FQ.
EU-145 Culatra CS5C - Ops HB9CRV/CT3FN, CT1EPV and CT1AGF.
EU-145 Barreta CT7A - Ops CT1ASU, CT1ERY, CT1GFK, CT1GPQ, CT2GFJ and CT2GZL;
       QSL via CT1GFK: Toze, P.O.Box: 468, P-8700 914, Olhao, Portugal.
EU-146 Goeree Overflakkee PI4HQ - Ops PA7BT, ON5UM, ON6NL, ON6ZX and ON4AKL;
       QSL via VERON.
EU-149 Naissaar ES/SM0ELV - Op SM0ELV; Also will be on 6m; QSL via SM0ELV.
EU-149 Aegna ES1AKM/1 - Op ES1AKM; all bands CW/SSB, including 6m; QSL CBA.
       CT1CJJ and Z32AF; QSL via EA4URJ, OK via EA Bureau or direct.
EU-153 Lyasomin RZ1OA/a - Op RZ1OA; CW only; QRV July 25-August 2nd; QSL
       via RZ1OA: Vlad Sadakov, P.O. Box 48, Arkhangeisk, 163040, Russia.
EU-170 Dugi Otok 9A??? - Op ON4CJK; QSL to ON4ADN, OK via ON Bureau or
       direct: Geert Decru, St. Laurentiusstraat 18, B-8710 Wielsbeke,
EU-170 Pag 9A4A - Op 9A4A; QSL via 9A4A
EU-170 Zut 9A7T - Ops 9A2EU, 9A2NO, 9A5MR, 9A4KJ and 9A7JLJ; July 27-29;
       QSL via 9A2EU, OK via Bureau or direct.
EU-170 Pasman 9A/HA6NL, 9A/HA6PS and 9A/HA6ZV - July 21-30th; QSL via Op's
       home callsign, OK via HA Bureau or direct
EU-171 Northjylland OZ2ZB - QSL via Bureau.
EU-171 Vendsyssel OZ4PAX - Op OZ4PAX; QSL via Bureau.
EU-173 Sandstrom Reef OH9A - Ops OH1MDR, OH1NOA and OH1MM; QSL via OH1NOA.
EU-174 Thassos SW8T - Op SV8DTL and SV8DTZ; QRV Jul 28-29th; 80-10m; QSL
       via SV8DTL.
EU-177 Lammskar SM5/G0GRC/p - QSL via G0RCI.
EU-186 Gokceada YM0MA - Ops LZ1NK, LZ3ND and LZ1CNN; QRV Jul 24-31st; QSL
OC-019 Oahu NH7/N6HC - Op N6HC; QSL via N6HC.
OC-136 French VK3FMM/p -  ????
SA-NEW Piritu YV5JBI/P - Ops YV5JBI and others; QRV July 25-29th; 80-6m
      all modes; QSL via YV5JBI CBA.
SA-006 Curacao PJ2Y - Ops G6YB, G3RFX, G3TKF, G3XSV, G4FKA, G4HFX, G0WKW,
       M0AXF and M0WLF; QRV thru July 31st; QSL via G3SWH.
SA-012 Margarita YV7QP Venezuela - Op YV7QP.
SA-028 Sao Sebastiao PX2I - Ops PY2TNT, PY2AXH, PY2RAZ, PY2DCE, PY2MTF and
      PY2MWS; QRV thru July 31st; QSL via PY2TNT, bureau or direct.
SA-036 Aruba P43E - Op P43E; QSL OK via Bureau or direct: Emily Thiel,
       P.O.Box 614, Aruba.
SA-055 Martin Garcia L80AA/D - Ops LU7AWP, LU7DW, LW7DX and LW8EXF; QSL
       via LU4AA.
SA-055 Oyarvide LV5D/D - Ops LU7DS, LU6DL and others; QSL via LU7DS, OK
       direct or via Bureau.

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